Mayor Rellon and 5 Tagumenyos get recognized by LTO XI for Traffic Law Enforcement

Tagum City – Keeping the city safe doesn’t only mean manning the checkpoints and roaming around the city but also making sure that the traffic flow is well managed. Under the Genuine Peace, Safety, and Security development thrust of the Rellon administration, the city exemplified such standard in traffic management thus, earning some deputized traffic law enforcement officers due recognition.

Last January 25, Assistant Regional Director Eleanor S. Calderon of the Land Transportation Office XI conferred some plaque of commendations to three Traffic Management Officers and two members of the Tagum’s FINEST.  These individuals are deputized traffic law enforcement officers of the LTO tasked to implement the laws, rules, and regulations of traffic management. They were awarded for their satisfactory performance from January – December of last year.

These officers are as follows; Billy B. Baliwan, Lowel R. Catre, and Exxon O. Bitsuso from TMO and Virgil M. Casareno and Gerico S. Colorines from Tagum’s FINEST.

As the head of the city, Mayor Allan L. Rellon also received a similar award for his extraordinary support and distinguished partnership with LTO on the said matter.

Meanwhile, the Tagum City Youth Development Office organized the Barangay Youth Peacekeepers and Disaster Action Team in the 23 Barangays of the city on the same day. This organization aims to involve the youth in peacekeeping and disaster response programs of Tagum that would be composed of 20 individuals each barangay.

PLTC Jed G. Clamor the PNP Tagum Chief of Police, Mr. Redentor Cardinal of the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office, and Health Education and Promotions Officer Ms. Rae Katherine Apura of the City Health Office briefed the youth on peace situation, disaster response programs, and COVID-19 updates in the city. They also gave pointers on the youth’s role on the said topics. Ziyarah Manalo/CIO Tagum

 

Mayor Allan L. Rellon, Billy B. Baliwan, Lowel R. Catre, and Exxon O. Bitsuso from TMO and Virgil M. Casareno and Gerico S. Colorines from Tagum’s FINEST are given plaques of commendation for their exemplary performance on traffic enforcement of laws, rules, and regulations as head of the city and deputized traffic enforcers respectively from the period January – December of 2020. The awards are conferred by Assistant Regional Director Eleanor S. Calderon of the Land Transportation Office XI last Monday, January 25, 2021. Vinz Davo/CIO Tagum

 

The Tagum City Youth Development Office launched the Barangay Youth Peacekeepers and Disaster Action Team on January 25. The event aimed to brief the youth about their role on peacekeeping, disaster response, and COVID-19 prevention. Officers are elected as well to sustain the program that would bind youth from all 23 barangays of the city. TCYDO