LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – La Trinidad vice mayor Joey Jovencio Marrero on Thursday vowed to work for the construction of a new
“The residents of La Trinidad deserve to have a new municipal building,” Marrero said, running for mayor of this first class municipality known as the Salad Bowl and Strawberry Capital of the
country and the Rose Capital in recent years.
Local residents welcomed the plan of Marrero with optimism and are hopeful that it will be carried out in due time as they pushed for their town’s city hood.
Topping the list of Marrero’s platforms of government include the support for agri-tourism programs by implementing pro-active approach activities for the welfare of local farmers and traders; and the promotion of sustainable environmental programs aimed at instilling discipline and strict compliance to national and municipal regulations.
Marrero has authored and co-authored important ordinances and resolutions that benefited local residents, and said he will strengthen community-based security by installing CCTVs and lights on strategic locations to maintain peace and order.
The incumbent vice mayor, whose battle cry is “always your partner in community service” also vowed to add more traffic lights to critical locations to help ease the existing growing problem on traffic and ensure public safety, among others.
Photo courtesy of Team Marrero/ABN