#TaytayUnaSaLahat News | Emergency Response Vehicles, at your service Taytayanos.

Great news! Our community’s emergency response capabilities just got a major boost. Thanks to the efforts of our Municipal Mayor, Christian V. Rodriguez, and the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (MDRRMO), we are now proud owners of not one, not two, but three brand new Emergency Response Vehicles.

These state-of-the-art vehicles have been specifically acquired to provide fast and efficient responses to emergency health situations in our different barangays. With the arrival of these new vehicles on February 13, 2023, we can now be confident in our ability to provide the highest level of emergency care to those in need.

During the flag ceremony announcements, we had the pleasure of showcasing our new Emergency Response Vehicles. With their flashing lights, smooth-running engines, and distinctive paint marks, they are easy to spot from afar. We are excited to have these new vehicles at our disposal and look forward to the positive impact they will have on our community.

Serving for You: A Day with Barangay Program Reaches Out to Barangay Libertad

The A Day with Barangay program in Barangay Libertad was an excellent initiative by the local government to reach out to the community and provide them with the services they need. Through initiatives like this, the government can continue to build bridges with its people and show its commitment to serving them. The event featured messages from government officials, an awarding ceremony for youth programs, a ceremony for Marriage Renewal of Vows, and music from the LGU Singers. Food packs were also distributed to senior citizens, and various government services were provided to the community. This program highlights the importance of bringing local services closer to the communities and improving the quality of life for citizens.

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In the A Day with Barangay program held in Barangay Libertad, the local government aimed to bring local services closer to the community, including health, nutrition, and agricultural services. Various government offices such as MHO (Municipal Health Office) and agricultural services were present to provide appropriate services to everyone in the barangay. Food packs were also distributed to the senior citizens, highlighting the importance of nutrition in their daily lives. This event demonstrates the government’s commitment to providing essential services to the community and improving their overall well-being.