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Vladi congratulates Greg

Pamilya MKK vice mayoralty candidate Vladimir Gonzalez congratulated Vice Mayor-elect Greg Gasataya for winning the election and said he hopes he can make the City Councilmore cohesive.

"What is more important is for us to consolidate our programs and support each other. We should set aside politics and party differences and move forward together," he said.

Gonzalez admitted that there were blunders in their political machinery, but he never blamed anyone because what is more important is that they tried their best.

He believes that he and Mayor-elect Monico Puentevella will continue to help each other, as his private consultant, he said.

Gonzalez said that by next week, they expect people from Manila to help them draw out a master plan where they can continue their hope for job generation and they also plan to create economic zones in Bacolod.

“Our enemy in Bacolod is poverty. So I will try my best to help the mayor since we cannot waste time. Our projections are long term, medium term and short term,” he said.

Gonzalez said he was tasked by Puentevella to pursue their plan to open a coastal road and find solutions to flood control.

He said they have also discussed that this year, they will call for a Bacolod Economic Summit to invite officials from other cities, investors and businessmen to participate in putting up a Bacolod Investment Promotion.*CGS

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