BM Arevalo: I will value the lessons from my public service stint
Masbate Senior Provincial Board Member Jason Arevalo said that he will cherish the memories and lessons he learned in public service as his term ends in June this year.
Arevalo, who is serving his final term as a board member, considers the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Masbate as his second home for the last nine years.
“For all its flaws and flaks, the chamber has become a part of my journey. The memories and lessons I will forever value as I embark into a new chapter in my personal and professional life,” he said.
He also thanked the SP Secretariat and staff for bearing with his strictness, especially with respect to the house rules and in the disbursement of SP funds.
“You all are a part of the politician that I will have been and the private person I soon will revert to,” he said.
“I hope you will remember me for the many ‘Nos’ I said because those were right. And the many ‘Yeses’ I said because those were just and necessary. As your resident fiscalizer, presiding judge for the administrative cases brought before its halls, and presiding chairman for the last two years and a half, I know I did my best. As a team member of a collegial body, I know I did my just part,” he added.
Arevalo said that the Senior Board Member will be signing off soon.
“Damo-damo po na salamat! And may God bless all of you! Until then. Until the next,” he said.
“And to God, thank You for this singular opportunity to have served the Masbatenos. As before, for always, be my North Star in the next stop of my journey,” he added.