Personnel from the City Assessor’s Office headed by Candida Lawis and the team of Editha Samson received the Commission Pag-asa Award in the group category while Crisostomo Ibarra, administrative aide 1 from the City Social Welfare Development Office, (CSWDO) won the individual award. Punong Barangay of Dalig Catalino Leyva was conferred the Pag-asa award for Outstanding Public Official for 2012.
The Pag-asa Award is given by CSC to a government employee who has show exemplary work performance through noteworthy contributions and the impact of said achievements.
“It is with great pride and honor that city government employees of Antipolo City as well as our barangay officials receive such an award. This only means that they are performing their duties and responsibilities to the best of their capacities in the interest of public service. These recognitions are proof of the services given by the employees, we also thank the Civil Service Commission led by Commissioner Francisco Duque III,” said Antipolo Mayor Nilo Leyble.
Meanwhile, Duque acknowledged the achievements made by the recipients and encouraged them to work further in the service of the community.
“We commend our awardees from Region 4A through showcasing their dedication to their duties. Like Elpidio Malinao who died in the line of public service and Dr. Eleonor Javonillo who continues to serve despite distances. Again, congratulations to all the awardees. May you serve as inspiration to all public servants to always strive for excellence,” said Duque.
Other members of the city assessor’s include Antonio Buriga, Rufo Lalican Jr., Rolando Denoso, Fernando Santos, Danilo Aquino, Lerma Jacobe, Loida Salusagcol, Emilia Palo and Flora Marinas.
The annual search is in line with the celebration of the 112th Anniversary of the Civil Service Commission with the theme, “Kawani, Ikay ay Isang Lingkod Bayani” held at the main office in Quezon City. (Antipolo PIO,CPG/GG,PIA4A)