Filipinos are known for their passion and love for music. In fact, numerous Filipino talents were bared and applauded in the international scene and local singing contests became a rounding gossip and mobbed with overwhelming attention. Because of this natural inclination to music, singing on videoke machines and karaoke systems during a gathering or even when you’re home alone became a trademark and is certified 100% Pinoy.
Singing is one of the primary activities during reunions, parties, fiestas, or a family’s close-in Saturday night because it seems everyone has their fair share of hugot songs and can easily jive along all-time favorite videoke songs. However, this clean fun activity is now considered a threat to community’s peace due to the noise it produces. Because of the complains related to the activity, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, through the efforts of Hon. Kerby J. Salazar, enacted Provincial Ordinance No. 166, cited as “The Noise Ordinance in the Province of Cavite”.
To raise public awareness about the widespread surge of tuberculosis and the efforts made to prevent the disease, the Provincial Government of Cavite led by Governor Boying Remulla, thru the Provincial Health Office headed by Dr. George Repique, in coordination with the TB Provincial Coordinating Council and the Department of Health Region IV A, conducted the World TB Day Celebration with the theme “ Unite to End TB” on March 23, 2017 at the Junction Tagaytay, Tagaytay City.
The Provincial Government of Cavite thru Governor Boying Remulla together with Vice-Governor Jolo Revilla, 7th District Board Members Reinalyn Varias and Rainier Ambion, and 6th District Board Member Munding del Rosario distributed a total of 170 units of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras as assistance to peace and order maintenance for the municipalities of Tanza, Naic, Indang and Trece Martires City(TMC). Receiving the CCTVs during the simple turnover rite held on March 27, 2017 at Brgy. Inocencio Covered Court in Trece Martires City were Naic Mayor Junio Dualan, Indang Mayor Perfecto Fidel, TMC Mayor’s wife Ms. Aiza de Sagun, and their ABC presidents. The CCTVs will be installed and utilized in barangays, subdivisions and schools in order to aid the local authorities in monitoring criminal activities. Governor Remulla assured the recipients that more projects aligned to public safety will follow and likewise guaranteed the public that these are brand new, not second hand nor reconditioned. (PICAD)