The Parañaque City government received 10 service vehicles from a private company on Friday, May 6, for the use of City Hall employees who will be working in their satellite offices in Ayala Malls Manila Bay and Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX).
Mayor Edwin Olivarez, together with Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) chief Atty. Melanie Soriano-Malaya and other City Hall officials thanked Perry’s group of companies represented by its president, Lourdes Grace Mapalad, for their donation of service vehicles.
Olivarez thanked Mapalad for supporting the local government’s effort to safeguard its employees in the current pandemic situation through its Malasakit: Wheel for a Cause program.
He said the donated service vehicle will be used by City Hall employees especially those who will be assigned in the Express Lingkod Office (ELO) Service Center in Ayala Malls Manila Bay that will be operational starting June.
The mayor said another Parañaque City satellite will soon open at the PITX.
He said the five-storey satellite office in the PITX will also house the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), Social Security and Services (SSS), Government Service and Insurance System (GSIS), and other counterpart national government agencies.
The mayor said offices at the City Hall like the BPLO, the City Treasurer’s Office, and the Land Tax Division will have their satellite offices at the PITX.