THE GVC ADMINISTRATION
Working the Present for a Better Future of Angono

A THIRD CLASS MUNICIPALITY IN THE VERGE OF DEVELOPMENT IN 1998, ANGONO HAS ITS SHARE OF SQUATTER PROBLEM, TRAFFIC CONGESTION, FLASH FLOODS AND ONE OF THE DIRTIEST TOWN IN PROVINCE. 

At present, the Municipal Government of Angono has reinvented its various economic policies through collateral effort with the national and provincial government, artist's group and non-govenment organizations. A comprehensive action plan has been mapped out as to take off point for the implementation of the projects and programs for the Calderon administration renamed into Integrated Developement for Angono or IDA. These includes for infrastructures, development of potential spots and tourists promotions, improvement and rehabilitation of town's physical facilities in terms of road widening, construction of walking pavements, clearing of easements, cleaning and greening drive, rehabilitaion of Angono River, construction of amenities such as parks and plazas, livelihood and cooperative programs, relocation of squatters and other related projects. 
Social services were intensified and the Municipal Government, in its desire to upgrade and uplift the socio-economic demands and to efficiently address the needs of the growing constituents has tapped financial assistance from all sources that were available to render such needs and to support all the short, medium and long term prriority projects and developments. 
Among the priority thrust and projects of the CAlderon Administration included the connected with the Action Plan since its assumption in office in July of 1998 are the following:
  • Relocation of squatters from easements of higways, in the river banks and other danger areas into safer places designated for them.
  • Dredging/rehabilitation of Angono River. 
  • Clearing the easements of illegal structures and construction of Bangketa para sa Tao. 
  • Intensified campaign on Clean and Green. 
  • Development of eco-tourism such as Lakeside Park Development. 
  • Development of parks and recreational facilities. 
  • Low-cost housing project and marginal families. 
  • Purchase of a permanent and owned municipal sanitary landfill. 
  • Agricultural support program such as Gulayang Bayan/Gulayang Barangay/komunidad. 
  • Construction of museums, art hall, art building and relief structures. 
  • Construction and widening of access road along Laguna de Bay. 
  • Improvement and expansion of Angono Public Market.
  • Concreting of Don Mariano SAntos Avenue. 
  • Assist and facilitate small and medium entrepreneurs. 
  • Continuous consultation with Municipal Peace and Order Council 
  • Meeting and building bridges among private sectors and non-government organizations. 
  • Facilitate socio-economic assistance among the poor. 
  • Asphalting and concreting of pavements, main streets and roads. 
  • Holding trade fairs and assists artist's exhibits. 
By: Manalastas, Rowleth Mae R.