Mayor Bongat presides City Peace and Order Council meeting for the last time
For the last time, Naga City Mayor John Bongat has presided the City Peace and Order Council Meeting.
The outgoing mayor has expressed gratitude to all the members of the council, which he led for nine years.
“Thanks to all the members of the council for your unwavering support to me for 9 years, and to the Naga City Police Office headed by Col Felix Servita, Jr. and its Advisory Board headed by MNWD Chairman Jorge Palma for this Certificate of Appreciation,” said the Mayor.
Bongat also pointed out the “dramatic” decrease of crime statistics throughout the years.
“Crime stats in the city have dramatically decreased in recent years in view of the improved performance and high trust rating enjoyed by the local police, and of course, the strong and unrelenting support from the city,” said Bongat.
Meanwhile, the Naga City Dangerous Drugs Board gave Bongat a plaque of recognition for leading the board for nine years.
“THANK YOU NAGA CITY Dangerous Drugs Board for this plaque given to me during our last board meeting today, especially to the individual members from both the Gov’t and non-Gov’t sectors for their full support to me for 9 years as NCDDB Chairman,” said Bongat.
Mayor Bongat will step down as Naga City’s local chief executive on June 30 after serving three terms or 9 years.