Baguio City Representative Mark Go on June 5 vowed to work harder during his second term in office.
The Baguio politiko said he will continue to prioritize bills that will help the residents of the Summer Capital.
“As I begin my second term in office as your public servant, I shall double my effort and dedication and continue doing my work with the highest level of integrity,” Go said.
He also said several of his bills have been passed on third and final reading on before the conclusion of the 17th Congress.
Among these were measures on Free Dialysis and Renal Treatment for Indigent Patients, Declaring Burnham Park as a National Heritage Park, Full Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Kennon Road, and Mandating Golf Clubs to Provide Health & Retirement Benefits to caddies.