Here’s a good opportunity for Parañaque residents to find jobs!  The City Government of Parañaque will stage its “Yes Trabaho Job Fair 2013” on February 8, 2013 at the Event Center of SM City Sucat in Brgy. San Dionisio.

 

Like its past job fairs, various companies will be participating in and opening the gateway for jobs in their respective organizations. Vacant positions will range from entry level to skilled labor, technical and professional career positions.

 

The job fair is organized by the Parañaque Public Service Employment Office (P.E.S.O.)/P’que Livelihood Resource Management Office in cooperation with the Office of Councilor Benjo Bernabe.

 

”We aim to improve the livelihood prospects of our citizens, likewise enhance the investment potentials in the city so that the business community may continue to prosper and grow, expand its operations and generate more jobs. Gainfully employed, our citizens can look forward to a better life and contribute to the development of the city.”, Parañaque Mayor Jun Bernabe said.

 

Applicants must come prepared with their resume, diploma, transcript of records, clearances, ID photos and other pre-employment requirements.

 

For more information on this job fair, please contact P.E.S.O. at telephone numbers 820-6527and 28.

Manila, January 28, 2013…Whether greeting each other in Cantonese, “Kung Hei Fat Choy!” Or in Mandarin, “Gong Xi Fa Cai,” welcome the Year of the Snake at Acacia Hotel Manila!

Acaci offers an abundant buffet spread laden with lucky Chinese dishes to welcome the New Year. Sip on some Hot and Sour Soup with an array of condiments. Move on to enjoy the offerings at the Dim Sum Station such as Siomai, Siopao, Vegetable Dumplings, Hakaw, Chicken Feet, and Pork Spareribs, paired with favorite condiments like Calamansi, Chili Garlic Oil, and other light sauces.

 

Dim Sum: Indulge in an array of dim sum, which symbolize wrapped pockets of luck

 

According to Chinese culture, noodles symbolize a long life. Ensure longevity with dishes at the Noodle Station and choose from piping hot Egg Noodles, Bihon, Hopan, Lomi, or Sotanghon Noodles. Indulge in a variety of main dishes such as Deep-fried Spare Ribs King Dao style, Sautéed Scallops with Shrimp and Pine Nuts, Steamed Lapu-lapu Fillet with light soy sauce, Braised Bean Curd with assorted mushrooms, Chinese Deep Fried Chicken with chili garlic sauce, and Yang Chow fried rice. Sweeten the meal’s end with a refreshing serving of Mango and Sago with Syrup and Crushed Ice, and Fried Tikoy. Pair the sumptuous feast with unlimited soda, iced tea, and Pandan Juice.

The Chinese Food Fest will start on February 10, 2013 and will run until February 15, 2013. Buffet rates are Php1,488 nett per person on February 10 and Php995 nett per person on February 11-15 for lunch or dinner at Acaci.

To find out more about Acacia Hotel Manila, check out the website at http://www.acaciahotelsmanila.com. For inquiries and reservations, please call 720 2000 or 588 5888 or email enquiry@acaciahotelsmanila.com. Follow them on Facebook (Acacia Hotel Manila) and Twitter (AcaciaHotels).

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n  Acacia Hotel Manila is the newest five-star luxury hotel in the South of the metro. It is a homegrown Filipino hotel brand which soft opened October 10, 2011. It is located at the heart of Filinvest Corporate City in Alabang. The property is owned and managed by ALCERCE Holdings Corporation.  The hotel has 262 guestrooms including suites, a Grand Ballroom, 6 function rooms, an outdoor area, two restaurants, a swimming pool and more.

A group of concerned residents of Ayala Alabang Village wrote to us asking for help regarding their opposition to the construction of a barangay complex inside the village.

Here is the content of the letter they sent out to other homeowners of the Muntinlupa village:

 

P R O T E C T   O U R   V I L L A G E  ! ! !

January 2013

DEAR NEIGHBORS,

We want to let you know about the plan of the Barangay, without appropriate consultations and obtaining the approval of the majority of our homeowners, to construct a P 46 million 3-storey Barangay Community Complex in Narra and Maria Cristina Parks right next to the AAVA offices, which we are opposing. They also seem to be ‘fast-tracking’ it and plan to award the construction contract this Feb 4! The drawing, and bid timetable, is in the Jan 12-18, 2013 AAVA News.

This will significantly increase security, safety, and traffic concerns in our private residential subdivision. It will increase public (non-residents) access to our Village. It will also destroy our parks, cut down trees, damage our bird sanctuary, and further pollute our Village. Consequently, this could result in the depression of our property values.

On January 24, we sent AAVA a letter opposing the project and requesting for relevant documents. This letter was signed by some 180 concerned homeowners.

Given the urgency of the matter, we need as much support from Ayala Alabang homeowners  who believe in this cause. Should you wish to support, please:

  1. Sign on the space provided for below, and either:
    1. Call us at 8425854 or text us at 0919-9909878, indicating your address, so we can arrange to pick up this signed form from your home, or;
    2. Kindly drop off your signed form at # 104 Narra St., so you can also see for yourself the planned construction site within already congested Narra Park.
  2. E-mail your statement of support to apjctc@msn.com indicating your name(s) and address(es).

Thank you very much.

YOUR NEIGHBORS AND CONCERNED HOMEOWNERS OF AYALA ALABANG VILLAGE

 

I/We oppose the proposed Barangay Community Center to be built in Narra and Ma. Cristina Parks.

Name(s)                                                              Address(es)                                                       Signature(s)

 

MEMBER, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES – CITY OF PARAÑAQUE FIRST DISTRICT

  1. OLIVAREZ, ERIC (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  2. ROMEY, JUN
    (INDEPENDENT)
  3. ZIALCITA, EDZA (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)

SECOND DISTRICT

  1. MARQUEZ, JOEY
    (INDEPENDENT)
  2. ROSAL, PACIFICO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  3. TAMBUNTING, GUS (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

MAYOR – CITY OF PARAÑAQUE

  1. BERNABE, BENJO (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  2. OLIVAREZ, EDWIN (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)

VICE-MAYOR – CITY OF PARAÑAQUE

  1. BENZON, EDWIN (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  2. GOLEZ, RICO (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

COUNCILOR – CITY OF PARAÑAQUE

FIRST DISTRICT

  1. ALLANIGUE, RUFING (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  2. BAES, ERIC (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  3. BURGOS, MARILYN (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  4. CAILLES, DONDON (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  5. CO, JOHNNY (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  6. DE LEON, MEL (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  7. DIAMANTE, JIMMY
    (INDEPENDENT)
  8. GABRIEL, RAQUEL (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  9. INCIONG, BOK (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  10. LACSAMANA, ALMA MORENO (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  11. NAVA, ROSELLE (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  12. RODRIGUEZ, TUKMOL (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  13. ROGACION, JOEY (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  14. SANTOS, MARVIN (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  15. VILLAFUERTE, JOAN (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  16. WEBB, JASON (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  17. WENCESLAO, DINDO (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)

SECOND DISTRICT

  1. AMURAO, BENG (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  2. ANTIPUESTO, MILES (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  3. BELMONTE, OLIVIERE (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  4. BONSOL, BERT (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  5. BUSTAMANTE, JACKIE (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  6. CASALE, POL (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  7. CASTILLO, ARNOLD
    (INDEPENDENT)
  8. DE ASIS, TESS (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  9. ESPLANA, JUVAN (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  10. FAVIS, BINKY (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  11. MACARAIG, RONALD
    (INDEPENDENT)
  12. MANAHAN, FELY (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  13. MATE, ZANDRO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  14. PUZON, GENE
    (INDEPENDENT)
  15. RESUELLO, ALAMAT (LP)
    (LIBERAL PARTY)
  16. ROCO, FRANCO FACUNDO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  17. SALVADOR, JOBELLE
    (INDEPENDENT)
  18. SCHEERER, PADILLA RICHARD
    (INDEPENDENT)
  19. SINGSON, MITHOR (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  20. SOTTO, WAHOO (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  21. VIRATA, JUN (UNA)
    (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  22. YLLANA, RYAN (PMP)
    (PWERSA NG MASANG PILIPINO)

MEMBER, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES – CITY OF LAS PIÑAS

  1. ALVARADO, FILIPINO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  2. CASIMIRO, LUIS
    (INDEPENDENT)
  3. VILLAR, MARK (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)

 

MAYOR – CITY OF LAS PIÑAS

  1. ABELLAR, ANTONIO JR.
    (INDEPENDENT)
  2. AGUILAR, VERGEL (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  3. ANTONIO, KIKO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  4. MIRANDA, CONRADO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  5. SINAJON, FELIX
    (INDEPENDENT)

 

VICE-MAYOR – CITY OF LAS PIÑAS

  1. BUSTAMANTE, LOUIE (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  2. GONZALES, BENJAMIN
    (INDEPENDENT)
  3. SANTOS, RENATO
    (INDEPENDENT)

 

COUNCILOR – CITY OF LAS PIÑAS

FIRST DISTRICT

  1. ARREGLO, CORNELIO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  2. VILBAR, RODERIC
    (INDEPENDENT)
  3. ABELLERA, ZARDI (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  4. AGUILAR, FILEMON JR. (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  5. LAVILLA, GIOVANNI
    (INDEPENDENT)
  6. LLAMASARES, MICHAEL
    (INDEPENDENT)
  7. MARASIGAN, WALDY
    (INDEPENDENT)
  8. MENDOZA, ANDRIANO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  9. MIRANDA, VILMA
    (INDEPENDENT)
  10. PEÑA, OCA (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  11. QUILATAN, BUENAVENTURA (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  12. REYES, RAYMOND
    (INDEPENDENT)
  13. RIGUERA, REX (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  14. SANTOS, MARK (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  15. SECUYA, MARLON
    (INDEPENDENT)
  16. TARIPE, LOIE
    (INDEPENDENT)

 

SECOND DISTRICT

  1. AGUILAR, CARLO (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  2. BENEDICTO, DONG (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  3. CASIMIRO, EMMANUEL (KPTRAN)
    (ANG KAPATIRAN)
  4. DOMINGUEZ, RONALD
    (INDEPENDENT)
  5. HERNANDEZ, ALBERT FRANCIS (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  6. LOPEZ, DANILO
    (INDEPENDENT)
  7. MEDINA, HENRY (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  8. PEPITO, EMMANUEL
    (INDEPENDENT)
  9. POMIDA, FRANCISCO JR.
    (INDEPENDENT)
  10. RAMOS, RUBEN (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  11. RIGUERA, BONIFACIO (NP)
    (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  12. ZOZOBRADO, BUTZ
    (INDEPENDENT)

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