Ang Caviteno Newsweekly February 05-11, 2018 Issue

Parents, DOH has you covered... p.5 Amadeo Public schools receive electric fans from PGC ... p 2 Youth accepting the dare of dairy industry MoA signed to relocate families affected by LRT1 Extension.. p 3 p.5 VOLUME XXXIV No. 30 Pebrero 05-11, 2018 P6.00 Kapirasong Kritika...p 4 PGC donates tools and vehicles for use in the performance of workforce’s job TRECE MARTIRES CITY, CAVITE -- The provincial government of Cavite thru Governor Crispin ‘Boying’ Remulla recently distributed tools and equipment including vehicles in support of the workforce especially the educators and the policemen. Seventeen (17) robotics and one hundred eighty seven (187) units of 55-inch smart television sets were granted to the Department of Education- Cavite (DepEd-Cavite) to help them to be ready for future plans of possible on-line method of teaching and instructions. Gov. Remulla encouraged the teachers and other officers and employees of DepEd- Cavite to continually improve and be up-to-date with technology and that they effectively use the tools and equipment given to them in the performance of their jobs. Likewise, PGC donates continue to page 3 Tanggal Usok, Tanggal Bulok campaign left hundreds stranded To further intensify the provincial government’s program on peace and order, as well as remain steadfast in supporting PNP programs, Governor Boying Remula handed over to Senior Superintendent William M. Segun, Cavite Provincial Police Director a symbolic key during the ceremonial turn-over of ten (10) police vehicles to the Cavite Police Provincial Office on January 29, 2018 at the Provincial Capitol grounds, Trece Martires City. He was joined by Provincial Headquarters NUP Ma. Charito Pabillare (PSAO), Provincial Operations and Plans PSupt Francis Allan Reglos, Gen. Trias Chief of Police PSupt. Carlos Caceres, PSupt. Janet Arinabo – Naic, PSupt. Paul Bometivo – Tanza, PCI Willy Salazar – Indang, PCI Rheden Manalo – Alfonso, PCI Dhefry Punzalan – Kawit, PSI Ferdinand Vergara – Amadeo and PCI Romulo Dela Rea – GMA. Also present during the event was Vice-Governor Jolo Revilla. Report cases of police abuse, Año tells public MANILA -- Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) OIC Eduardo Año is encouraging the public to come forward and not be afraid should there be abuses by the policemen in the conduct of anti-illegal drugs operations. “Wag po kayong mag- atubili na i-report ang mga pulis na umaabuso sa kanilang tungkulin. Sisiguruhin ko sa inyo na masisibak sila sa tungkulin kapag napatunayang nagkasala sila sa batas,” Año said, following the release of new police guidelines on anti-illegal drug operations. He said that alleged abuses made by Philippine National Police (PNP) personnel can be reported directly to the DILG field offices, National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM), or to the People’s Law Enforcement Board (PLEB) nearest to their location. He said the DILG and NAPOLCOM will closely monitor the strict adherence of the PNP to the rule of law and the new operational guidelines continue to page 2 Social Security System top honchos meet with members of media on the sidelines of the SSS Sulit Conference 2018, “Kontribusyon Mo Sulit na Sulit!” launch, an aggressive, nationwide campaign in its bid to reach 500-million membership within the next ten years. (Photo by Joedie Mae Boliver/PIA-NCR) TRECE MARTIRES, CAVITE – The city government of Bacoor thru the Inter-Agency Council on Traffic headed by the Department of Transportation recently conducted the Tanggal Usok, Tanggal Bulok campaign in the city. The campaign is in support of the PUV Modernization program that aims to check smoke belching vehicles and road unworthiness of vehicles like those with defective parts, worn-out tires, no seatbelt and dilapidated body among others. Personnel of the Land Transportation Office (LTO) together with the Bacoor Traffic Management Division (BTMD) team inspect vehicles that were evident with any of the mentioned violations and were penalized accordingly. The said activity accounted for the difficulty of commuting in and around city as commuters was stranded and was late for school and work. The city government apologized for this inconvenience and fielded Libreng Sakay vehicles for those stranded commuters. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite with reports from Bacoor PIO) SSS offices in Robinsons malls, a win-win says Dooc QUEZON CITY -- “The arrangement is for our mutual advantage.” This is the statement made by Social Security System (SSS) President and CEO Emmanuel Dooc in describing an initiative made by mall-based firm Robinsons Land Corporation in giving rent-free spaces for the state-run pension fund. Speaking on the sidelines of the SSS Sulit Conference 2018, “Kontribusyon Mo Sulit na Sulit!” launch, a nationwide campaign to bring in new memberships, Mr. Dooc said SSS members benefit with the arrangement, as they would have better, more convenient access to the pension fund’s services. For their part, however, he said the SSS brings in human traffic to them. “We currently have 31 SSS Satellite Offices in various Robinsons Malls nationwide where members could conveniently transact,” he said. “Iyong mga opisina na ipinagkaloob sa amin ay hindi bumababa sa 3,000 araw- araw (ang nagpupunta) at kung holidays at weekends, mas marami, kaya ayun naman ay mga parokyano na nila sa mga commercial establishments located on their malls,” he added. Mr. Dooc said there would be another 12 satellite offices to open this year to cater to their projected growing membership. An SSS satellite office offers complete services such as registration for employers and members; receiving of all types of claims and applications; processing and payment of funeral claims; processing of salary loans; accounts monitoring system; UMID processing and data ca ɔȁ ѕȸ($)Mͅѕє)䁕ٕٔ)ѥՔѼ