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Pampanga Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda led the turn-over ceremony of 95 barangay service vehicles at Mexico Evacuation Center on Saturday, May 11.

Joined by former 2nd district board member, Mylyn Pineda-Cayabyab, the governor personally handed over symbolic keys to barangay officials, urging them to utilize the vehicles in providing transportation services to those in urgent need.

“Ang pinakikiusap ko lang po sa ating barangay officials ay ‘yung 24/7 transportation services sa kani-kanilang mga nasasakupan, lalo na in emergency cases gaya ng mga kailangang dalhin sa ospital o sa Kapitolyo para humingi ng tulong para hindi na gumagastos sa pamasahe ang mga tao,” said Gov. Delta.

He also reiterated to the recipients the importance of utilizing the barangay service vehicles strictly for official purposes, cautioning against any misuse, such as personal excursions to malls, outings, reunions, and other non-essential activities.

“Maraming, maraming salamat kay Governor Delta at kay Vice Gov. Nanay. Malaking tulong ito sa aming barangay, dahil kailangan na kailangan ng service ng mga may sakit. Gagamitin din namin ito sa iba pang emergency needs ng aming barangay,” said Lavernie Gopez, captain of Brgy. Bulaon, City of San Fernando.

Each van, costing โ‚ฑ1,399,500, was sourced from the General Fund of the Provincial Government of Pampanga.

To date, 405 out of the targeted 505 barangays have already received their designated barangay service vehicles since the program commenced in 2022. โ€”Jasmine Jaso/GO

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