Goodbye! Laguna Vice Gov. Karen Agapay leads last session at the old building of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Laguna
Laguna’s Sangguniang Panlalawigan is getting a new home, and Vice Gov. Karen Agapay made sure to remember the last session day in its old home.
In a Facebook post, Agapay said the last session at the old building at the Provincial Capitol in Santa Cruz was held on September 16.
The old building is known as the Batasang Panlalawigan and was built in 1994 under Governor Restituto Luna, Vice Governor Teresita Lazaro, and members of the first Sangguniang Panlalawigan.
One of the members was her father, Board Member Nelson Agapay.
The provincial council would have its new home at a new building in the capitol, she said.
Just like her father, she would get to be the first to enjoy a new home for the council!
“Sept 16, 2020: Our last session at the old building of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Laguna, during our 57th Regular Session held at the SP Session Hall, Provincial Capitol, Santa Cruz 🇵🇭
Ang old building po na ito, mas kilala bilang “Batasang Panlalawigan” ay naitayo noong May 5, 1993 hanggang May 10, 1994, sa panahon ng panunungkulan nina Governor Restituto Luna, Vice Governor Teresita Lazaro, at mga miyembro ng 1st Sangguniang Panlalawigan (after ng effectivity ng Local Government Code). Isa po sa mga Bokal noon ay ang aking ama na si Nelson Coroza Agapay Sr. ng 3rd district.
Nakatakdang lumipat dito sa Batasang Panlalawigan ang mga opisina na nasa admin building, sa paglipat namin ng 10th Sangguniang Panlalawigan sa bagong building, sa loob din po ng provincial capitol.
#SangguniangPanlalawigan #RegularSession #Laguna #CasualGreen #BoardMembers #ViceGovernor #vgkarenagapay,” Agapay posted.
Sept 16, 2020: Our last session at the old building of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Laguna, during our 57th Regular…
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