The City Peace and Order Council (CPOC) and City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC) conducted their third joint quarter meeting. City Mayor Atty. Eliordo U. Ogena presided the meeting, who strongly acknowledged the significance of contribution of every member which will help the Government in improving and maintaining the order of the city.
In the said meeting, Ogena urged the members of the council to further reinforce the curfew hour to reduce wandering minors at night, as well as to keep them from any harm. Moreover, the City Mayor ordered expedited clearing operations. “We are campaigning in cleaning the area. Those agri vendors, those structures that were available in the road right of way,” Ogena stated after the release of the memorandum circular by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) wherein all chiefs were given a 60-day deadline to implement it.
The joint meeting also discussed the Peace and Order of the city, as well as the cases that the City Health Office is continuing to monitor. Furthermore, the Task Group Koronadal thanked the office for the invitation to be a part of the meeting, in which they pointed out that their primary mandate is to deter terrorism in the city.
The CPOC and CADAC meeting was held on Monday, August 5, 2019, at City Hall.