Mayor Del de Guzman


Our new city Mayor, Honorable Del de Guzman

officials_marides copy Born January 9, 1963

EDUCATION:

ELEMENTARY : H. Bautista Elementary School – 1974

HIGH SCHOOL: Roosevelt College, Lamuan – 1978

COLLEGE:

  • AB Political Science – University of the East – 1985
  • Bachelor of Laws – University of the East – Undergraduate

AFFILIATIONS:

  • Rotary Club of Marikina
  • Marikina Jaycees
  • Marikina City Scouting Committee
  • Metro Manila East Council Boy Scouts of the Philippines
  • Boy Scouts of the Philippines
  • Marikina Peace and Order Council
  • Marikina Anti-Drug Abuse Council
  • Tau Lambda Kappa

During his stay in congress, he was able to propose and co-sponsor a lot of bills. Those which he was the author are the following:

Republic Act No. 9289 An Act Converting the Marikina Institute of Science and Technology into the Marikina Polytechnic College, Defining its Powers, Functions and Duties, Appropriating Funds Therefor and for Other Purposes

Republic Act No. 9290 An Act Promoting the Development of the Footwear, Leather Goods and Tannery Industries, Providing Incentives Therefore and for Other Purposes

Republic Act No. 9432 An Act Amending R.A. 8996, entitled ‘An Act Granting the End-Time Mission Broadcasting Service, Inc. a Franchise to Construct, Install, Establish, Operate and Maintain religious, Educational and Non-Commercial Purposes Radio and Television Broadcasting Stations Anywhere in Luzon’

Republic Act No. 9364 An Act Amending Sections 10 and 53 of R.A. 8223, Otherwise Known as the Charter of the City of Marikina for the Purpose of Providing Two (2) Congressional Districts for the City of Marikina and Amending the Composition of the City Council of Marikina

Republic Act No. 9419 An Act Increasing the Bed Capacity of the Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center from One Hundred Fifty (150) to Three Hundred (300) Beds and Appropriating Funds Therefor

Republic Act No. 9424 An Act Creating Four (4) Additional Metropolitan Trial Court Branches in the City of Marikina, National Capital Region, Amending for the Purpose Section 27 of Batas Pambansa Blg. 129, otherwise Known as the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980, as Amended and Appropriating Funds Therefor

Republic Act No. 9431 An Act Creating a Barangay to be Known as Barangay Tumana in the City of Marikina, Metro Manila

Republic Act No. 9432 An Act Creating a Barangay to be Known as Barangay Fortune in the City of Marikina, Metro Manila

Republic Act No. 9431 An Act Strengthening the Workers’ Constitutional Right to Self-Organization, Amending for the Purpose P.D. No. 442, as Amended, Otherwise Known as the Labor Code of the Philippines

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3 thoughts on “Mayor Del de Guzman

  1. I am doing a PhD research project on disaster management in the philippines and would like to contact people who were involved as disaster relief workers during Ondoy – preferably as members of a disaster relief management team – at municipal and barangay level
    please contact me with name and phone number if would like to participate in this research project
    maraming salamat
    regards

    Allan Sheppard
    Griffith University Australia

  2. I strongly suggest Roosevelt College Lamuan Security Agency Group of security last Alumini Homecoming will be change due to lack of discpline, lack of control & lack of orientation. Mga Palpak ang lahat ng guwardya sa School na yan. I suggest palitan nyo na yan para sa safety ng mga students ng RCL!

  3. I would like to request and in-behalf of other neigbor in the subdivision, a consideration in-line to the Municipal Ordinance No. 131, Series of 2006, Section 142 Chapter XX. This is concerning of using street sidewalk. A team from the City Hall (CTMDO- (SSCOT) a certain name & signed J/O Ostolano (if am correct on the said name signed) give a Notice of Violation at Luzon St.,Filipinas Village, Barangay Malanday, dated Feb. 24, 2014. Due to lack of income and unsuffcient to support the family for living that force us and few neigborhood to find and look on our own way for living doing selling siomai, halo-halo and BBQ using a table space only. A minimal capital only and earn “Pera-Pera” for our living to support for our kid expense too. What we are requesting is just a small favor from the City Government for fellows small time earner be given a consideration in-line to the ordinance no. 133. In fact, the City Government couldnt have the capability to provide job for lot of Marikenos for living. Give us the chance to do our own way to survived present hardship of living in this community by giving us exemption on the said ordinance to small earner for living.

    We, the common and small time vendor inside the Filipinas Village Subdivision in Barangay Malanday be supported and given a favor on the said ordinance for a consideration exemption by the Marikina City Government. Thank you and more power to all.

    Truly yours,
    Arturo Lao Binuluan
    29 Luzon Street, Filipinas Village
    Barangay Malanday
    Marikina City

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