Antipolo shares best practices with Baguio City reps
Antipolo recently welcomed representatives from Baguio City who want to learn about its best practices.
A total of 60 representatives from the summer capital came to Antipolo to study the programs of the Office of the City Treasurer, according to Antipolo Mayor Andrea Ynares.
In a Facebook post, Ynares said she was proud of the fact that the city has been known for its good public service, with other local governments opting to learn more about its programs.
“Hindi sikreto na sunod-sunod ang paghakot ng Pamahalaang Lungsod sa iba’t-ibang mga parangal dahil sa ating BEST PRACTICES na pinagtibay ng ating excellent work ethics and values, work performance at #malasakit sa kapwa,” Ynares said on Facebook.
She said many local government representatives visited Antipolo after it was named Most Competitive City from 2017 to 2019 by the National Competitiveness Council and Department of Trade and Industry.
They wanted to learn Antipolo’s best practices when it comes to good governance and transparency, infrastructure, solid waste management, livelihood, tourism, and more, she said.
She called on city personnel to continue working together.
Antipolo may not be perfect, but it is always striving to do better, she said.
“Ipagpatuloy natin ang pagkakaisa at pagtutulungan na nagbibigay parangal at pagkilala sa Antipolo. Malayo pa tayo sa pagiging perpekto pero ang mahalaga ay ginagawa natin ang lahat upang marating ito. Congrats sa ating lahat!” she said.
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