March 3, 2024

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Castilla town is on the roll for clients satisfaction

Castilla, Sorsogon – The Local Chief Executive of LGU Castilla Isagani “Bong” Mendoza did “walk his talk” towards client satisfaction. This time an operational municipal dental clinic will be inaugurated, November 18, as part of its holistic health program.

“Doing what is right to benefit my constituents is a responsibility and an obligation there is no turning back” was how Mayor Isagani “Bong” Mendoza dispenses the funded programs of Castilla that wellness and dental hygiene becomes accessible for Castillanons as the Municipal Dental Clinic will be inaugurated.

Castilla PIO photo

Part of the continuous approach to delivering a holistic health program aside from the thrust for education, agriculture, peace and order, environment protection, tourism and good governance that passed the competency for an ISO 2000 second audit.

Mendoza’s tagline is “Dagos Tabi sa ProgresiBong Castilla” now on its second installment after his re-election levels that of the general welfare clause expressed by the Local Government Code. As a hands-on local chief executive personally delivers benefits to his constituents opting for a disciplined citizenry by co-opting with the Land Transportation Office to make sure that road safety and other traffic obligations of the would-be motor vehicle license applicants received the basic instruction for road safety driving.

Castilla PIO photo

The promotion of the town’s coastal resources and beaches is in the pipeline as part of the DONPICASO(Donsol, Pilar, Castilla, Sorsogon) tourism highway.

Not left out in the ongoing 7K provincial programs, his leadership created a unifying character in the community that the “Tungod Mo Linig Mo” is now the “Kalinigan and Kagandahan” extends to the peripheries of the national highway and that of the inner community of the flagship program of Governor Edwin Hamor and its pilot Bobby Gigantone of the Provincial Tourism Culture and Arts Office.

The town has a long way to go but they can never be wrong if all stakeholders share a common responsibility to uplift themselves as a community of believers and doers aiming for a better life the mayor admitted.

He said that they started creating an avenue to have a peaceful, progressive and empowered town to live in.