As one of the regular members of the council, Nunungan Mayor Marcos M Mamay attended the joint meetings of the Provincial Development Council (PDC), Provincial Peace and Order Council (PPOC), Provincial Anti-Illegal Drug Abuse Council (PADAC), and Provincial Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (PTF-ELCAC) held virtually on November 23, 2021.
The said meeting was chaired by Governor Imelda ‘Angging’ Quibranza-Dimaporo and was attended by the two District Representatives, Congressman Mohaman Khalid Quibranza Dimaporo and Congressman Abdullah Dimakuta Dimaporo, Sangguniang Panlalawigan Members, all the municipal chief executives, PGLDN department heads, and partner national line agencies like the DILG, AFP, DepEd, PNP, and DA.
The Provincial Chief Executive commends the efforts and hard work of all members of the four councils in sustaining peace and order in the province and said, “After years of considerable hardships and tremendous effort, we can say that we have successfully maintained the peace and order of our province and performed our respective duties. However, there are some tasks that we have committed ourselves to address that will take more time to complete. “
The agenda of the said meeting was the Presentation of the Provincial Commodity Investment Plan CY 2020-2025, Presentation of the Proposed Realignment of the Project, “Concreting of Malingao-Bualan Provincial road” under 20% Development Fund 2020 Utilization Program of PGLDN, Presentation of Balik Probinsya, and Bagong Pag-asa (BP2) Program, Presentation of the Lanao del Norte-PCA’s Vision-Mission-Goals and its Priority Agenda.
The meeting also paved the way to discuss further the devolution transition plan for implementing the Mandanas-Garcia ruling next year to foster the alignment of priorities and complementation of resources. In line with this, the breakdown of Investment of Fund source (35% External, 65% General) and the investment of every sector for CY 2022, which is 48% Economic services, 27% General Services, and 25% for Social Services.
Mayor Mamay guaranteed his undivided support to the endeavors of the council and said, “The government will remain faithful to the people. Lasting development will not be achieved unless there is peace and cooperation among all.”