Strongly recommending to Hon. Secretary Angel C. Alcala, DENR Secretary, re-designataion of Officer-In-Charge of the provincial environment and natural resources office, Lino H. Rustia for the Province of Rizal.
An ordinance establishing the department of traffic management and enforcement office in the City of Antipolo and providing for defining its: organizational structure, duties, functions and responsibilities.
An ordinance filling-up of the positions of Sixteen (16) day care workers II created by the Ordinance No. 01-99 entitled “An ordinance adopting a reorganized structure and staffing pattern of the city government of Antipolo” dated January 6, 1999, and appropriating the necessary funds therefore, and for other purposes.
An ordinance requiring the establishment, operation and maintenance of an ecological center in every Barangay of the City of Antipolo and for other purposes.
An ordinance reclassifying a parcel of agricultural land situated in Sitio Ampaula, Barangay San Isidro, Antipolo City,registered under the name of Durawood Construction and Lumber Supply Inc.., containing an area of Twenty Seven Thousand Three Hundred Thirty One square meters (27,331 SQ.M.) covered and embraced by transfer certificate of Title No. 400539 into a residential area, and for other purposes.
An ordinance amending Sections 17, 18 and 19 of Kautusan Nilang 03-93 “ Isang kautusang bayan nagtatakda ng paggawad ng linya o prangkesa para sa de motor na tricycle at nagtatakda ng mga alintuntunin at kaukulang parusa sa mga paglabag doon at iba pang mga bagay, alinsunod sa mga tadhana ng Section 447 (3) (VI) ng bagong local government code, RA 7160 “ by increasing the minimum fare of tricycles from P3.50 to P4.00 for the first kilometre and an additional P0.50 for every succeeding kilometre thereafter for short rides only, increasing the maximum passenger load form three(3) to four(4) persons, and regulating the installation of Anti-Noise device, silence of muffler, and for other purposes.
An ordinance renaming circumferential road ( City Proper) after the late Senator Lorenzo M. Sumulong memorial circle.
An ordinance regulating the construction of road humps or similar obstacles in Antipolo City, providing penalties for violation thereof, and for other purposes.