WATCH. SAN ENRIQUE NEW PUBLIC MARKET INAUGURATED
Today, Governor Bong Lacson, Vice Governor Jeffrey Ferrer, and Mayor Jilson Tubillara led the inauguration of the Municipality of San Enrique’s new public market (March 16). The event began with a blessing of the market building, which was followed by a ceremonial ribbon-cutting and a short program. The P80 million new market was funded by the Municipal Development Fund Office and the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental.
Mayor Tubillara expressed gratitude to provincial officials, led by Gov. Lacson, for their efforts and support in realizing the town’s dream of constructing a new public market; he pledged to oversee the project’s success. Vice Gov. Ferrer also assured that provincial government programs and projects would continue, and that local unity would prevail despite local officials’ divergent political views on national issues.
Gov. Lacson urged San Enrique officials and residents to assist in maintaining the market’s cleanliness and boosting the local economy in order to spur further development in the town. San Enrique Vice Mayor Meschille Balenario and SB members, as well as other local officials and vendor associations, were also on hand to witness the new market’s inauguration.
Meanwhile, Gov. Lacson and Negros Occ. Schools Division Superintendent Marsette Sabbaluca, also led the turn over of laptops and printers to the teachers of San Enrique, funded through the Provincial School Board.
District Supervisor Almera Monreal thanked Gov. Lacson and the provincial government for the strong support to education, through projects that helped them cope with the distant learning modality.