Pampanga town mayor to adopt Korean county’s best practices
Lubao, Pampanga Mayor Mylyn Pineda-Cayabyab will do the “Korean way” in delivering basic services to the town’s 150,000 residents.
During the launch of the “Formation of Cooperative Relationship” project, Cayabyab said the municipal government will adopt the policies and best practices of the Jeongseon county in South Korea.
The mayor and other town officials have recently visited Jeongseon.
“We are adopting the ways, equipment and best practices of the Jeongsen country to further improve our system in serving the people and enticing more economic activities,” the two-term mayor said.
Councilor Jun John Susi said that he and the Lubao officials were “impressed by the beauty and cleanliness” of the county, home to the High I Ski Resort. The resort at 1,345 meters is at the highest altitude of the Korean ski resorts.
“The mayor and the other local and municipal officials are indeed going into the direction of attracting more quality and bigger investments which provides more jobs,” said Susi.
He added that the visit of the delegation is a prelude to the signing of the sisterhood pact between Jeongseon and Lubao.
Cayabyab said that they are inviting business entities to invest in the first-class town, which is the host of the highly successful annual Lubao International Balloon Festival in Pradera Verde, Barangay Prado Siongco.
“We want more businesses and other livelihood opportunities for our people to hasten the eradication of poverty,” she said.Pampanga town mayor to adopt Korean county’s best practices Click To Tweet
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