Tuesday, September 30, 2014


A press release from the Office of the City Council.
SP to act on resolutions
of Rotary Youth

THE  40 resolutions passed by the Rotary Youth Council during a Special Session last Friday will soon be tackled  by the City Council committee on laws and rules chaired by Councilor Ramon G. Tabor.
It can be recalled that last Monday and as part of the Rotary Youth Week celebration,  24 students coming from different secondary schools in the city took their oath before the city mayor as city officials and in the afternoon, those elected members of the Rotary Youth City Council were given the opportunity to sit beside their counterpart members of the 17th City Council.  
After undergoing training on how to draft resolutions and ordinances and on basic parliamentary rules and procedures, this year’s batch of youth officials held their own special session, which was successfully witnessed by their respective teachers, parents and the officers of the Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro.
Like the previous 12 batches of Rotary Youth City Councils,  all resolutions passed will be adopted by the City Council  and endorsed to the concerned committees and to the city mayor.
In a resolution, the youth officials request the city mayor, thru the committee on education chaired by Councilor Adrian Barba to conduct seminars on Disaster Risk Reduction Management and on Human Sexuality in all secondary schools in the city.
The Rotary Youth City Council  also adopted a resolution requesting the Liga ng mga Barangay to donate Closed- Circuit  Television (CCTV) to public schools in their respective areas of jurisdiction.
This, after youth officials learned during the City Council regular session last Monday that Barangay 29 donated a CCTV to the City Central School.

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