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During the flag raising program last Monday, Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Rolando ‘Klarex’ Uy expressed his commitment to bring his government closer to the residents of Cagayan de Oro.
Despite the name change, Mayor Uy assured that the weekend program ‘Suroy-Suroy Sa Baryo (SSB)’ will continue to provide the same quality service at City Hall, which was previously offered under the name ‘Klarex Village Service ( KSB).’
These services were established at the beginning of his administration and have been expanded to every barangay in the city.
“Come with me, let’s take a tour of the village. We will visit different neighborhoods in the city to see what should be added or improved to help the people,” Uy said in the Bisaya dialect.
Mayor Uy’s dedication to bridging the gap between the government and the people can be seen through the implementation of the Suroy-Suroy Sa Baryo program.
This initiative allows City Hall officials and staff to interact directly with the residents of their respective barangays.
By bringing government services closer to residents, the mayor aims to make these services more accessible and meet their needs.
The Suroy-Suroy Sa Baryo program has been very successful since its inception, according to Uy.
It not only provides essential services but also creates a platform for open dialogue between the government and residents.
Through these interactions, Mayor Uy and his team gained valuable insights into the challenges and concerns facing the community, allowing them to make more informed policy decisions and allocate resources that effective.
Under Uy’s leadership, the Suroy-Suroy Sa Baryo program has become a symbol of transparency, accountability, and true public service.
By ensuring that every barangay in Cagayan de Oro City receives the same brand of service from City Hall, Mayor Uy emphasized equality and inclusivity in governance.
“Every citizen, regardless of their location, deserves the same level of support and assistance from the government,” said Uy.
Through his commitment to bring his government closer to the residents, Mayor Uy also aims to develop a stronger sense of community and togetherness.
By actively engaging with people, he aims to build trust and create a collaborative environment where residents feel empowered to contribute to the development of their neighborhoods and the city as a whole.
The Suroy-Suroy Sa Baryo program serves as a testament to Mayor Uy’s vision of a government that is truly responsive and accountable to the needs of its constituents.
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