THE SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD MEMBERS (2019-2022)



VICE MAYOR JOSE ANTONIO MIGUEL Y. PEREZ CITY VICE MAYOR JOSE ANTONIO MIGUEL YATCO PEREZ

A Bachelor of Arts graduate of LegislatorsThe SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD CORNER July 2019 Ateneo de Manila University, City Vice Mayor Jose Antonio Miguel Yatco Perez is a re-electionist, known for his programs like Araw ng Pagbasa (a program on increasing interest of schoolchildren in reading books), Aklatang Pambarangay (a book donation drive benefitting public schools) and Bola Kontra Droga (anti-illegal drugs awareness campaign), Akap ng Pag-asa, and Ace that Play (volleyball clinic), among others. He also promotes giving people better and easier access to government services through projects like Aldaw ti Propesyonal (PRC mobile services) and health and wellness missions. For Vice Mayor Perez, bridging the gap between the government and the people is the bottom line of public service. For the constituents of Alaminos City, he never hesitates to offer as much assistance as he can, especially when it concerns the youth.

Anton, as friends and colleagues fondly call him, is both outgoing and compassionate. He believes communication is a very important tool in fostering better understanding and making informed decisions. People need good, reliable information on things that concern them so that they can live their lives more productively. He firmly believes that youth is not an obstacle in serving the people because the best learning comes through experience and the youth has so much potential to do and be better. His major reason for coming back to his roots is to use his education and experience in giving back to his hometown and help the folks of Alaminos City. He is the only son of Mr. Jesus Rarang Perez and Mrs. Lourdes Yatco Perez and the affectionate brother to Patricia and Cristina.

 

COUNCILOR APOLONIA G. BACAY COUNCILOR APOLONIA G. BACAY
Presiding Officer Pro-Tempore
Chairperson – Health, Education, Culture and Arts and Public Information

Councilor Apolonia G. Bacay was first elected as the number 1 councilor of the Sangguniang Panlungsod in 2016, and by popular demand, she takes the top post once again. A graduate of the Great Plebeian College, she is a successful entrepreneur, a certified fashion designer, and a beauty consultant of three big companies. She was also a former chief of staff at the Sangguniang Kabataan Provincial Federation of Pangasinan.

She is currently the Presiding Officer Pro–Tempore and the Chairperson of the Com-
mittee on Health, Education, Culture and Arts and Public Information. Although her programs and advocacies center on health and education, she always has the heart to support various

programs and pro-jects for the senior citizens, barangay officials and constituents, youth sector, NGOs and other sectors.

She is happily married to former City Councilor Joseph T. Bacay and they have two offspring—the first born is 2018 Ms. Asia Global First Runner-up, Apple Joy Bacay, and Fourth Year Hotel Management student, Francis Joshua Bacay. She has captivated the heart of the majority of Alaminians and commits to do her best to deserve the trust bestowed upon her.


COUNCILOR CIRILO B. RADOC COUNCILOR CIRILO B. RADOC
Chairperson - Finance, Appropriations, Ways And Means

Atty. Cirilo B. Radoc is one of the more prolific local legislators of the City of Alaminos. A returning public servant, his colleagues in the Sanggunian voted him as the Majority Floor Leader. Councilor Radoc is a consummate public servant, whose dedication and past accomplishments in the service has earned him the trust of Alaminians. Once again, he chairs the Committee on Finance, Appropriations, Ways & Means.

He is both a Certified PublicAccountant and a Lawyer. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, major in

Accounting from the University of Pangasinan, completing the four-year course in only three years and with a cum laude in his pocket. He went on to law school and passed the Bar Examination. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Ateneo de Manila University. In his effort to share his knowledge and skill with the academe, he has taken up the Deanship of the College of Accountancy and Business Administration at the Golden West College, also serving as part-time instructor at the Pangasinan State University Alaminos Campus. Councilor Radoc is married to Nena Dy-Radoc and they were blessed with a daughter, Raiza Alexis Dy Radoc.


COUNCILOR MICHELLE SISON SEGUNDERA COUNCILOR MICHELLE SISON SEGUNDERA
Chairperson - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, SANITATION, MARKET & SLAUGHTER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, DISASTER RISK REDUCTION & MANAGEMENT


Councilor Michelle Sison-Segundera may be a neophyte legislator, but she is born into a family of public servants. The eldest child of former Board Member Antonio F. Sison and Mrs. Bernadette T. Sison, she values the trust of the people and takes public service seriously. She finished her Bachelor of Arts major in Behavioral Science and took up her Post Graduate Studies in Law at the University of Sto. Tomas. She had worked as Property Manager at the country’s premier land development company, Megaworld Corporation, but her heart is set on serving the people. She came back to her roots and initially served as the Executive Assistant V at the office of the former City Mayor Arthur F. Celeste.

Councilor Mitch is an accomplished woman. She is a triathlete, an environmentalist and a loving wife and mother. Married to Atty. Napoleon F. Segundera, Jr., the General Manager of the Alaminos City Water District, they are blessed with two children, Joaquin Dominic and Sophia Mikaela. She is the Chairperson of the Committee on Environmental Protection, Sanitation, Market & Slaughter, Waste Management, and Disaster Risk Reduction & Management.


COUNCILOR VERNA DE LEON COUNCILOR VERNA DE LEON
Chairperson - PEACE AND ORDER, POLICE MATTER, DRUG ABUSE, ANTI-GAMBLING, PUBLIC SAFETY

Councilor Verna SD. Rabago is not new to public service as she has been elected as a Barangay Kagawad in 2010-2013. Her husband, Hon. German U. Rabago, is currently the Punong Barangay of Brgy. Poblacion, and together, they have a strong commitment to serve their constituents. They have two daughters, Mariclair San Diego Rabago and Aira Nicole San Diego Rabago.

An active business woman as well, Councilor Verna supports the integration of technology in the school setting, and part of her advocacies is to provide useful equipment needed in the computer rooms and laboratories in every school in our city. With her initiative, she hopes to help the students have easier and convenient access to the internet for their educational needs.

She is the Chairperson of the Committee on Peace and Order, Police Matters, Drug Abuse, Anti-Gambling, Public Safety. She will continue the advocacy of former Councilor Perlito Rabago to ensure that the city effectively addresses such issues and concerns under the jurisdiction of her committee. On top of these, she also wants to help the City Government’s continuous Feeding Programs in every school to improve children’s nutritional status and improve academic performance.


COUNCILOR JOSELITO O. FONTELERA COUNCILOR JOSELITO O. FONTELERA
Chairperson - PUBLIC WORKS, INFRASTRUCTURE, LAND UTILIZATION, HOUSING, PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT, UTILITIES AND FACILITIES


Born on January 11, 1965, Councilor Joselito “JOJO” de Ocampo Fontelera was raised and came from a family of public servants. He is the eldest son of former mayor Eduardo “DONG” Fontelera and Imelda R. Fontelera. He took up Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Saint Louis University in Baguio City. He has completed his three terms as city councilor from year 2004 to 2013. In May 2016, he was again elected to the same position and intends to continue the legacy of best and honest public service espoused by the patriarch of the Fontelera’s. He is married to Myrna Ramirez Fontelera, a businesswoman, and are blessed with two children, former City Councilor Jan Marionne “ION” and Jan Maurice “ICE”.

 

COUNCILOR CAROLYN D. SISON COUNCILOR CAROLYN D. SISON
Chairperson – TOURISM, FAMILY AND SOCIAL WELFARE, WOMEN, PERSONS WITH DISABILITY AND SENIOR CITIZENS

The Chairperson of the Committee on Tourism, Family and Social Welfare, Women, Persons with Disablities and Senior Citizens, Councilor Carolyn Dizon-Sison is continuing her career in public service. She is another re-electionist who has proven her worth as a local legislator through several terms. The daughter of former Board Member Danilo Dizon and Mrs. Cynthia Laguisma, she is a mother of six children and she also known for her active involvement in civic movements and elected officials’ leagues.

She was named one of the 2012 Ten Outstanding Councilors of the Philippines by the Philippine Councilors League and was adjudged as one of the JCI Philippines’ Most Outstanding Chapter Presidents in 2010. She is a degree holder in Commerce Major in Accounting at the University Sto. Tomas and had successfully completed several post-graduate studies and training courses at the Asian Institute of Management, Ateneo de Manila University School of Governance, the University of the Philippines-NCPAG. She is currently undergoing the third fellowship program entitled Young Leaders for Good Governance (YLGG), a leadership and good governance training program for incumbent local government officials.

In her 12 years of dedicated and committed service, she had initiated laudable programs that include the DFA Mobile Passport Service, Local and Overseas Job Fairs, One-Stop-Shop Health and Wellness, Medical and Dental Mission, VAWC Integration, Maternal Care, Reproductive Health and Cancer Service including
Information Seminars and On-line Business Name Registration. She also continues to provide scholarships for the deserving Alaminian students, sponsored accounting seminars for non-accountants and Pap Smear Campaign and continues to advocate family planning and responsible parenthood.


COUNCILOR ALFRED FELIX E. DE CASTRO COUNCILOR ALFRED FELIX E. DE CASTRO
Chairperson – LAWS, RULES AND PROCEDURE, ORDINANCE, ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Councilor Alfred Felix E. De Castro is a lawyer by profession, but the call to serve the public is strong. He first ventured into public service in 2016 where he contributed his legal expertise in the formulation of local policies and rules which have guided the development of the City of Alaminos.
He returns to the Council and once again serves as the Chairperson of the Committee on Laws, Rules, Procedures and Ordinances, Ethics and Accountability, and Human Rights.

His dedication to his craft strongly complements his constientious study of the ordinances and resolutions emanating from the Sanggunian. Atty. De Castro is married to Catherine and they are blessed with three children, namely: Julian Felix, Enrico Felix and Niña Felixa.


COUNCILOR FROEBEL A. RANOY COUNCILOR FROEBEL A. RANOY
Chairperson - AGRICULTURE, AQUATIC AND NATURAL RESOURCES, LIVELIHOOD AND COOPERATIVES

Another returning public servant, Councilor Froebel A. Ranoy, is a graduate of Civil Engineering from the Baguio Colleges Foundation (now University of the Cordilleras). He is married to Shaheen Carolyn Ranoy and a good father to two lovely daughters, Moriah Diorella Ranoy (former SK Federation President and Ex-Officio Councilor) and Diorjica Faine Ranoy.

During his first stint as a councilor, he had championed the transportation sector and public infrastructure, true to his expertise ad an engineer. This term 2019-2022, he chairs the Committee on Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources, Livelihood and Cooperatives. He commits to serve these sectors as diligently and steadfastly as he did in his previous term.


COUNCILOR DAHLIA DE LEON COUNCILOR DAHLIA MALQUERIDA DE LEON
Chairperson - LABOR, TRADE, INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE, OFW

Councilor Dahlia M. De Leon is a first-timer in public service, but she takes up the advocacy of her husband Hon. Rany De Leon, who graduated as councilor. She is described as a dedicated wife, who has sacrificed for her family and fully suppots her husband in all their endeavors. She worked as an Overseas Filipino Worker in different countries like Malaysia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates for fifteen (15) years. And now, she’s been helping her husband in managing their family’s business and building a home for their four children: Margarette, Sheena, Ardy and Tamara. Theirs is a real-life story of rags-to-riches and their humble beginning has blessed them with success. Councilor Dahlia is the strong partner of her husband and she has helped him energetically in his career in public service. She has been voted to the council by virtue of the trust her husband has built. As the Chairperson of the Committee on Labor, Trade, Industry and Commerce, OFW, Councilor Dahlia draws from her experiences and brings her dedication and determination to help improve the lives of Alaminians.


COUNCILOR OSCAR BOLING COUNCILOR OSCAR BOLING

A consistent performer as a councilor from 1988 to 1998 then from 2007 up to 2016, Councilor Oscar A. Boling, Sr. returns to public service. He is the designated as the Minority Floor Leader and he ascribes his success in the recent elections to the people who recognized his brand of public service as trustworthy. A civil engineer by profession, he first entered politics when he decided to settle in his hometown after some years working in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. At the time, he was starting his own construction business, but he had a clear vision of change and development he wanted to see in Alaminos and he was encouraged to run for public office. Councilor Boling strived hard to juggle family and career and he and his wife, Cecilia, were greatly rewarded as all of their six children have become successful professionals. He describes his growth in politics as consistent and full of courage. He has experienced being a member of the minority in the Sanggunian, yet he ensures his convictions were heard and he has made a clear stand on issues being tackled in the council. As the Minority Floor Leader, Councilor Boling is a member of all the Sanggunian Satnding Committees.


LBP RAUL BACAY LBP RAUL BACAY
Ex-Officio Member
Chairperson - BARANGAY AFFAIRS, TRANSPORTATION

The current President of the Liga ng mga Barangay, Punong Barangay Raul is no stranger to public service. He first assumed his position as Ex-Officio member of the Sanggunian by virtue of succession due to the untimely demise of Bued Punong Barangay Salvador Camba. After the 2018 Barangay Elections, he became Vice President of the LBP and after the election of then Punong Barangay Arth Bryan Celeste as Provincial President of the LBP, Kap Raul became the Acting President of the LBP Alaminos City Chapter.

This term 2019-2022, he is formally sworn in as the President of the LBP as his fellow barangay captains voted him as the leader of the city chapter. He proudly represents the interest of barangay councils in the City of Alaminos and their constituents as he serves as the Chairperson of the Committee on Barangay Affairs and Transportation.

LBP RAUL BACAYLOVERLY VINLUAN BERNABE
Panlungsod na Pederasyon ng Sangguniang Kabataan President (PPSKP)
Chairperson - YOUTH AND SPORTS DEVELOPMENT

Our lovely President of the Sangguniang Kabataan Federation, Loverly Vinluan Bernabe takes the lead role in all the SK initiatives in the City of Alaminos. Since her election in 2018, she has actively promoted the welfare of the youth, encouraging participation of young people in various commendable programs.

Love, as she is known to family and friends, hails from Brgy. Lucap—the Chairperson-elect of the barangay’s SK. She is a pioneer of K-12, and consistent honor student, now taking up BS Civil Engineering with particular focus on structural engineering. She is hardworking, and active in extra-curricular activities—her position as the youth leader of the Parish Youth Ministry in Lucap serves as proof for her dedication, and now that she represents the youth sector, she is even more determined to gather together the force of the youth to enact change and development.

In such a short span of time, this little SK President has shown she can achieve so many things. She may be small, but she has a big heart and bigger dreams.