SPED students participate in GSP leadership training

Seven deaf students of the La Union SPED Center joined the 2013 GSP Patrol Leader Training held at the North Central School grounds, Barangay Tanqui, City of San Fernando, La Union on August 9-10, 2013. The Deaf Girl Scouts were led by their SPED teacher Mrs. Rosebeth R. Gabay, who also is their acting troop [...]

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CHO helps uplift quality of education in CSF

The City Health Office (CHO) headed by Dr. Eduardo S. Posadas together with his team started on July 2013 visiting 8 public schools per week to be able to achieve one of the city’s Enterprise breakthrough of improving the quality of education through the increase of NAT passers to grades 3, 6 and 4th year [...]

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BHC students shine in international math competition

Ten students from the BHC Educational Institution, Inc. won in the recently concluded International Math Competitions (IMC) held in Hongkong and Singapore last July 24-28, 2013. Six of the ten BHC students are winners in Mathematics competitions (Asia Cup of Stars, King of Math Cup and Environmental Match Cup). They are: Lovely Anne Nullar (grade [...]

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CSF Market improves rental collection

With the City Economic Enterprise Management breakthrough which aims to increase monthly cash ticket revenue from 1M to 1.5M by December 2013, the office made an inventory on the existing rentable areas within the auxiliary wet market, to further improve its collection. Mr. Edison Jacildone, Officer-in-Charge/Market Supervisor together with his staff, has already identified 54 [...]

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Worm- development to help in San Fernando City’s organic crop growing

The wriggly and oftentimes irksome creature in earthworms which used to be dug only for fishing baits found in wet soil to cultivate our plants, are now turning fast to be organic crop fertilizers and even processed into pesticide spray. “The excrement of these worms is a good fertilizer as it also enriches the soil [...]

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Campaign tries plastic recyclables as life-saver in disaster times

A group which is composed of members of a city government of San Fernando in La Union’s Governance Trailblazer Project, collects recyclable plastic materials as it attempts to make life-saving makeshift devices out of it during times of disaster by the barangay folks of Cabaraoan. Called as Litter for Life, the project depends on empty [...]

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PMSI and PCEP 2 to improve quality of city’s public services

The City Government of San Fernando, with its vision to become the Premier Capital City of Ilocandia by 2020 and in line with its medium term breakthrough focus for 2016, is conducting the Performance Measurement for Service Improvement (PMSI) and Personnel Capacity Enhancement Program (PCEP) II for all the department and section offices of the [...]

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CSF Trailblazer “Kilo-Kilo Empleyado” re-launches health advocacy for city employees

CSF Trailblazer Project “Kilo-Kilo Empleyado”, is a brain project conceptualized during the CSF Mini Bootcamp held at Kahuna Resort and Spa on May 2013 by Green Team Perfectionists One of this city’s Trailblazer Projects, “Kilo-Kilo Empleyado” influenced the employees of the city government through fitness exercises as they re-launched their project after the first Monday [...]

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CSF lands to 7th spot in competitiveness nationwide

The City of San Fernando in La Union makes it to the Top 10 of the first Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index, according to an evaluation conducted by the National Competitiveness Council (NCC), recently. The scores were taken from 2012 details presented by all participating local governments to help cities and municipalities assess its business [...]

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CSF intensifies Budget Coaching

In line with the San Fernando City’s vision to become the Premier Capital City of Ilocandia, the Budget Office headed by Ms. Cleopatra A. Noces, Budget Officer has intensified the budget coaching in all the offices of the city government. With the goal of increasing the utilization rate of the departments to at least 85% [...]

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