The Angeles City Local Government was recently cited by the Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Inc., for ranking 9th in the Cities in Government Efficiency (Highly Urbanized City Category), in the Cities and Municipalites Competitive Index (CMCI) by the National Competitiveness Council (NCC). Receiving the citation are officials of the local government headed by Councilor Maricel Morales (center). The awarding ceremony was held Friday at the Holiday Inn Grand Ballroom in Clark. (AC-CIO)
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan (second from right) and DepEd OIC Schools Division Superintendent Leilani Cunanan poses for posterity after presenting certificates to SPED (Special Education) teachers during the Pamirangal ning Gelingan awarding ceremony held Friday at the Gabaldon Building, DepEd Division, Angeles. The award is given to teachers and students for their outstanding work and achievement in academics, research and sports.
Angeles City Human Resource Management Officer Ms. Elizabeth Lagman, and secretary to the mayor Kirk Galanza, formally received the PRIME-HRM award from the Civil Service Commission Region-III held April 7 at the Fortune Hongkong Seafood Restaurant in Balibago.
Kicking off Angeles City's Lenten observance is Peter De Vera's Panata at Panalangin, performed by the Sinukwan Kapampangan Performing Arts Group, held Monday at the Marquee Mall Park. An encore performance will be held on Saturday, March 26, 5:00 pm at the same venue. (Photo courtesy of Bruno Tiotuico - ACTO)
Mayor Ed Pamintuan signs the voucher for the release of the allowances of public school teachers in the presence of DedEd City officials, headed by their Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Leilani Cunanan, public school teachers and local government officials.


This gives notice that the declared owners of real properties with delinquent accounts hereunder listed have been served copy of the Notice of Delinquency through mail or personal service, however, were returned to the City Treasurer's Office either for reason of addressee's refusal to accept, moved out, unlocated and/or change of address. That despite receipt of Notices, the declared owners failed to ccordinate with this office prior to this publication.
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eBOSS (Electronic Business One-Stop Shop) is a computer-based system used in the processing and issuance of business permits in the city of Angeles, Pampanga. The system has been in place since 2003, and has garnered the city numerous citations from several prestigious award-giving bodies (latest of which is recognition from the Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Inc.), and has been ISO-9001-2008 certified for its utmost efficiency in facilitating the processing of business permits.
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