For public order

Mayor Mel Aguilar (third from left) is pushing for a reinforced public safety and order program in Las Piñas City this 2018. In photo, she confers with Senior Supt. Marion Balonglong, Las Piñas Police Chief (second from left) to discuss priorities like public security, traffic management and disaster resilience. Also present during the meeting (from left) Councilor Mark Anthony Santos and representatives from the Bureau of Fire Protection in Senior Insp. Irwin U. Alejo, Senior Insp. Michelle S. Borlagdan, and Insp. Arvin G. David

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