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TACLOBAN CITY – Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez and Rep. Lucy Torres-Gomez have confirmed that they will be switching places in the coming 2022 elections.

In a post by the City Government of Ormoc FB Page on Thursday, September 16, the couple further confirms this plan with the posting of their line-up under the Ormoc Development Team (ODT).

This discounts the possibility that Lucy, who is now on her last term as representative of the 4th district of Leyte will run for senator.

“The decision made was on a basic and simple premise— to continue to develop Ormoc City to be a premier city in Region 8,” Gomez explained. read more

THE CITY government of Ormoc is targeting to complete its coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination rollout by October 2021.

An Ormocanon receiving his COVID-19 vaccine. (Photo grabbed from the City Government of Ormoc FB Page)

Accordingly, with the arrival of the procured Astrazeneca vaccines, the city government has started its vaccine rollout to the general public per barangay.

The first to receive the vaccines this week are the 10 villages with the most COVID-19 cases logged since 2020 with priority lanes being designated for A2 to A5 categories.

At the vaccination site, residents were asked to present identification cards with their address, while workers in the barangays were asked to present their mayor’s permit and certificate of employment. read more

TACLOBAN CITY – The approval by the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) of Ormoc City’s comprehensive land use and development plan (CLUP) will, accordingly, lead the city in the right direction of progress.

According to City Mayor Richard I. Gomez, the said 10-year plan from 2017 to 2027 will become the city’s development bible.

In addition, Secretary Eduardo Del Rosario has also approved Southern Leyte’s 2019-2029 Provincial Development and Physical Framework Plan (PDPFP). read more

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