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THE City Development Council on Thursday passed its supplemental annual investment program (AIP) worth P4.52 billion and 2024 AIP worth P16.8 billion in its second full quarterly meeting this year.
In a message read on his behalf by Councilor Yan Lam Lim, Mayor Rolando Uy called for the support of the council to approve the AIP of his administration and the sewage treatment plant project.
Mayor Uy specifically called for support from the 80 barangay captains in the city who he said will either finish their term or run for reelection.
“I hope that I can still count on you to support the programs of my administration because we are one to serve the people of Cagayan de Oro and our commitment to bring the people closer to the government and the government and closer to the people,” is reading Uy’s message in Visayas.
Councilor Lim, who chaired the council meeting is also the chair of the 20th City Council’s budget and appropriations committee.
Next year’s AIP and its proposed programs, projects, and activities (PPAs) are in line with the RISE development agenda of the Uy administration as well as the national and regional development policy.
In May, the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) held a workshop in all departments and offices of City Hall to form their PPAs for the next year.
Of the P16.8 billion AIP for 2024, about P8 billion will go to economic development services, P7.26 billion will go to social development services and P3.5 billion will go to general public services.
Of the P4.52 billion supplemental AIP for 2023, about P246 million is for maintenance and other operating expenses (MOOE) and P128.42 million for social development services.
Among those listed under social development services include disaster preparedness and management (P29.17 million) and the city scholarship fund (P31 million). Around P17.85 million has been allocated for ‘barangay empowerment programs’ under the City Engineering Office (CEO) such as the construction of a water system in Sitio Hawai, Barangay Bayanga, and a hanging bridge in Sitio Pasto, Barangay Tagpangi. (Stephen Capillas of the City Information Office)
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