Sta. Rosa, Nueva Ecija allows CSC to use its property for 25 years
The local government of Sta. Rosa in Nueva Ecija has agreed that its land will be used by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) for its office.
A “Usufruct Agreement” was signed Thursday between the CSC represented by Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala and the Municipal Government of Santa Rosa, represented by Mayor Marita Angeles.
“Under the agreement, Santa Rosa will allow the use of its 267 sq.m. lot for the construction of the building of the CSC – Nueva Ecija Provincial Office for 25 years,” the local government said.
Among those present in the signing ceremony were former Mayor Otep Angeles, Councilors Ome Angeles, Irene Bernardo, Ross Cruz, Dennis Dimacali, Mcoy Matias, Jojo Mendoza, ABC Rommel Marcelo, Municipal Administrator Argee Esquejo, some of the Department heads of the local government unit, CSC Regional Director Nelson Sarmeinto, and CSC Provincial Director Edgar Martinez.
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