Saturday, 07 December 2013 00:00
THE WORD: “HE’LL ORDER HIS ANGELS TO PROTECT YOU WHEREVER YOU GO.” (Psalm 91:11)
HOW’s GM GEORGE L.'s RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN ZAMCELCO?
NEW GM George Ledesma said the role of management is to provide information to the board of directors.
“If you give bad information to the board, the board will also come up with a bad decision. The board won’t make bad decision if management will give good information,” pointed out GM Ledesma.
“Ansina gale’ se pencing?” c Bogs ya ace su pregunta.
IT only means that management & the board of directors should better have constant communications to each other.
“Right now I have no problem talking to the board,” GM Ledesma averred.
WHAT ABOUT HIS RAPPORT WITH THE CITY OFFICIALDOM?
ENGR. Ledesma also assured his good rapport with the city officials, especially our city mayor, be during those days of former Mayor Celso Lobregat(now Congressman of District 1) or during the present reign of Mayor Beng Climaco-Salazar.
“I have no problem at all with them,” GM Ledesma briskly stated.
GOOD! If so, what’s there to talk 'evil' of Zamcelco from now on huh?
“Pencing, nuebo palang c Engr. Ledesma lli, manada lli precura gaha’ cunele pone baho, sabe yaman tu na Zamcelco, manada dao culebra lli,” c Ador tampa sabe gayot.
GEORGE MAKES HIS APPEAL
THE new GM makes his earnest appeal to the public by helping and treating Zamcelco as their very own. He urged all member-consumers to pay their bills on time, and report any discovered pilferages and/or those so-called jumpers as these are all violations that’ll even result to our own system’s loss which we’re the ones shouldering as reflected in our billings.
He said for any tipsters of such violations, they’re entitled to a tipster’s fee of P1,000 and even more, depending on the gravity of the violations, perhaps.
THERE’LL be more to know from the new Zamcelco GM, but due to time’s constraint, we might as well set another appointment with him, as he’s right now a busy man attending to all those important matters relevant to the day-to-day affairs of Zamcelco.
BUT, one thing sure he told us: “I’m not on probation, they’re ones who’re on probation (pointing to his office staff).”
“ESE MGA lider tiene kta ki, tien gayot bolabola!” C Bogs ta aprecia. Pero’ Bogs no man bastos aki.. ay pruba bos nuay na ora.
"Pencing excuse me, hinde' se malo bola-bola, tiene gane ki antes Col. bolabola hinde bah?"
Ya kui pa cun pencing nuay na ora.Yan bukul pa yo ste! Tupao ya bos!
THOSE CCTV SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS
ACCORDINGLY, it cost the city some (P22 million?), but these city-purchased surveillance cameras aren’t working at all.
IN short, the council described those surveillance cameras as defective and simply unworkable at all.
AND for that, the council passed a resolution, authorizing Majority floor-leader Dist. 2 Councilor Elong Natividad to make its representation in going to COA, and to ask COA its supposed findings on such defective surveillance cameras.
UNDER WHOSE REIGN THE CCTV CAMERAS WERE PURCHASED?
IT was very obvious that those surveillance cameras were bought and acquired by the city during the time of then Mayor Celso Lobregat, now a congressman.
NOW, it was very obvious too, that the council, is still having the proclivity of doing everything in its power to supposedly cover up any alleged anomalies happening during Celso’s administration.
THEY seem really not interested to go for a thorough probe on the supposed irregularities involving the purchase of these ‘defective’ CCTV cameras.
LOOK the way they argued in the August Body, and their exposed body languages clearly doing everything to save the neck of the past administration from any supposed wrongdoings.
Bien claro gat caniño lli, quiere kamo tapa mga mortal sins de-esos. Buisiit!!
GOOD, there are still those out to unveil the ‘evils’ of the past reign, but still lackadaisical in their approach.
“Quiere decir, palta gayot el pusak. Dol nuay gat backbone siempre,” c Bogs ta analisa..
CLO CARBON ADMITS..
FORMER Judge Jesus Carbon, now our city legal officer, the other day admitted that being in his present position is more challenging than when was then a judge for so long in our local court/s here.
“This is more challenging in being a city legal officer now than when I was a judge,” was Judge Carbon’s terse reply.
“Mapait cuneste c former Judge Carbon cay tiene gayot le balls pencing, poreso gane’ cunese ta llama sila antes “Hanging Judge” cay nuay miedo sentencia masken cun quien basta claro guilty,” c Nado real, sabe aserca cun Judge.
OK guys, see you when pencing comes back!
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