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San Pablo Councilor Karla Adajar looks for ways to give the economy a boost

Jun 27, 2020 @ 14:46

San Pablo Councilor Karla Adajar is open to suggestions on how to prop up the hobbled economy amid the pandemic.

In a Facebook post, Adajar said that as chair of the ways and means committee, she is looking for the best method to help the business sector and the entrepreneurs of San Pablo.

The health crisis has derailed the operations of many businesses and they need help.

But without enough taxes collected, the government is also hard pressed to fund programs to assist them, she noted.

The suffering of people losing their jobs and going hungry breaks her heart, which is why she will keep on looking for the best way to jump start the economy.

If you have any ideas, share it to the konsehala!

“IKAW, ANO ANG SUGGESTION MO?

Kahapon sa aming Regular na Session ng Sangguniang Panglunsod, iniisip ko bilang Committee Chairman ng Ways and Means kung paano ang Lokal na Pamahalaan naman ay makatutulong sa sektor ng Negosyo at mga namumuhunan sa ating Bayan.

Alam nating lahat na sanga-sanga na ang dalang problema ng pandemya at sa nakikita natin ang Covid 19 ay mananalasa hindi lamang sa Kalusugan nating mga Pilipino pati narin sa Ekonomiya ng ating Bansa.

Sabi nga, budget is just a piece of paper, until realised. Ibig sabihin hangga’t walang koleksyon o pera ang pamahalaan magiging mas mahirap sa Gobyerno ang kumilos para tumugon sa iba’t ibang mga pangangailangan ng ating Bayan.

Napaka sakit sa dibdib makita ang mga katagang “hindi nga kami namatay sa Covid, mamatay naman kami sa gutom!” At mga mga post na “Kailangan na namin mag-bawas ng trabahador.” Kaya po naman nanininwala po ako na dapat ay may sangay din mismo na dapat agarang buuin para matutukan ang mga pangangailanagan sa sektor ng negosyo.

Kailangan na natin masimulan ang pag jump start ng ating ekonomiya dahil marami ang nakasandal dito, kasama na ang gastos na kailangan sa sektor ng pangkalusugan.

📸 Arvin Jullian Abadicio Cornejo,” Adajar posted.

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