Sen.Pia leads groundbreaking rites in Taguig

August 18, 2011

Sen.Pia leads groundbreaking of new multi-purpose hall in Taguig

Senator Pia S. Cayetano on Thursday led local government officials in groundbreaking ceremonies for the construction of a multi-purpose hall for residents of Sitio Una, Barangay Fort Bonifacio in Taguig City.

She was joined by her sister-in-law, Taguig Mayor Lani Cayetano, and youngest brother, Barangay Fort Bonifacio Chair and TV director Lino Cayetano.

City councilors, barangay captains and local community groups were also on hand to witness the event.

The three-storey multi-purpose building worth P3.7 million is a joint project of the lady senator and her brother Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano. It will house, among others, a community daycare center for young children of the Sitio and from neighboring sitios.

Speaking at a short program before community leaders and residents of Sitio Una, Senator Pia, Mayor Lani and Chair Lino all recalled how the late Sen. ‘Companero’ Rene Cayetano had continued to look after the welfare of Taguig residents even after he was elected to a national post in the Senate. The multi-purpose building will be constructed beside a covered court that was funded by the late Cayetano patriarch.

Sen. Pia said that as a nationally elected legislator, it is her primary duty to enact laws to benefit Filipinos nationwide. In terms of projects funded through her Priority Development Assistance Funds, Cayetano said she also makes it a point to spread her programs across various sectors and different towns, cities and provinces throughout the country, while also constantly looking after the interest and welfare of the Cayetanos’ hometown of Taguig.

Photo: Senator Pia Cayetano, Brgy. Fort Bonifacio Chairman Lino Cayetano and Taguig City Mayor Lani Cayetano pose beside a tarpaulin announcing the groundbreaking ceremonies for a multi-purpose building for residents of Sitio Una, Brgy. Fort Bonifacio.

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