Resolution requesting his excellency, Joseph Ejercito Estrada, for financial grant in the amount of Four Hundred Million Pesos (PHP 400,000,000.00) for the construction of farm-to-market roads in the City of Antipolo.

“A resolution expressing profound gratitude to the Sangguniang Bayan of Lucban, Quezon for its generous expression of sympathy to the victims of the Cherry Hills tragedy as embodied in Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 163, and for other purposes.”

A resolution earnestly requesting the Housing And Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) to furnish the City Government of Antipolo legal opinion on the clarificatory question concerning the acceptance of abandoned subdivisions by the City Government, and for other purposes. “A resolution expressing profound gratitude to the Sangguniang Bayan of Lucban, Quezon for its generous expression of sympathy to the victims of the Cherry Hills tragedy as embodied in Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 163, and for other purposes.”

A resolution earnestly requesting the Housing And Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) to furnish the City Government of Antipolo legal opinion on the clarificatory question concerning the acceptance of abandoned subdivisions by the City Government, and for other purposes. “A resolution expressing profound gratitude to the Sangguniang Bayan of Lucban, Quezon for its generous expression of sympathy to the victims of the Cherry Hills tragedy as embodied in Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 163, and for other purposes.”

A resolution strongly urging the office of the City Engineer to conduct regularly soil investigation and slope stability analysis as a requirement before the issuance of building permits and development permits for the development of subdivisions and relocation sites, and to strictly enforce or Implement the national building code and the structural code of the Philippines as well as related laws, rules and regulations, and for other purposes.

A resolution earnestly expressing unqualified and unconditional support to the enactment of Resolution No. 99-147 of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, City Of Ormoc, “A resolution respectfully urging the civil service commission through its Chairman, Honorable Corazon Alma G. De leon, to exempt from the coverage of the mandatory annual five-day vacation leave, elective local government officials, especially members of the Sanggunians, “Adopting for the purpose the aforecited resolution en toto, and for other purposes.”

A resolution strongly condemning the raid conducted by the Presidential Anti-Organized Crime Task Force (PAOCTF) on the residence of Hon. Angelito C. Gatlabayan, City Mayor.

A resolution establishing a City Health Unit or center at Sitio Sapinit, Barangay San Juan, this City, providing the basic health services therein, and for other purposes.

A resolution strongly and earnestly urging Engr. Edgardo Peralta, district engineer, sub-engineering district, Binangonan, Rizal to immediate cause the construction of steel railings along the sidewalks of Sumulong Highway as well as the paving or concreting of the same and the construction of gutters along both sides of Sumulong Highway, and for other purposes.

A resolution earnestly requesting the Japanese Government thru its developmental programs/financing schemes to extend the loan package to the Philippine Government for the integrated rehabilitation program of the City of Antipolo in the aftermath of the Cherry Hills tragedy and other calamities and for other purposes.

A resolution earnestly requesting his excellency, President Joseph Ejercito Estrada, thru Honorable Orlando S. Mercado Chairman of the National Disaster and Coordinating Council, and Chief Superintendent. Reynaldo Acop, Chairman, Regional Disaster Coordinating Council, Region IV-A to cause the immediate release of the One Hundred Sixteen Million Nine Hundred Thirty Thousand (P116.930) Pesos calamity fund as provided for in presidential proclamation no. 156 dated 03 August 1999, “Declaring a state of calamity in Metro Manila and the province of Rizal including Pampanga and Pangasinan, and for other purposes”.

Accrediting Urban Poor Association Of Lot 6038, Inc., (Non-Government Organization) Barangay Dela Paz, Antipolo City.

A Resolution Approving Ordinance No. 02-94 of the Sangguniang Bayan of Antipolo, Rizal. 

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A resolution authorizing the City Mayor, Hon. Angelito C. Gatlabayan, to negotiate and/or enter into a memorandum of agreement for the acquisition by sale of the lots covered by Tct No. N-18581 situated at Boso-Boso, San Jose, Antipolo City, to be converted into a relocation site for deserving landless residents of the city.

A resolution authorizing the reclassification of land having an aggregate area of 24,781 square meters located at Circumferential Road, Barangay San Jose, Antipolo city.

A resolution authorizing the Sangguniang Kabataan Federation for the construction of the Antipolo Youth Center at the Puericulture Center located at the Burgos Street, Barangay San Jose, Antipolo City and for other purposes.

A resolution authorizing the Honorable Angelito C. Gatlabayan, City Mayor, representing the City Government, grantee, to enter Into a contract of usufruct with Mrs. Lolita M. Carigma, grantor for the use of portion of the grantor’s property for the construction of a building and multi-purpose pavement which will serve as a training and Agricultural Information Center under the Agricultural Facility Project of the Honorable Congressman Victor R. Sumulong, and for other purposes.

A resolution authorizing the Honorable Angelito C. Gatlabayan, City Mayor, thru the City Treasurer, to release the amount of Three Hundred Twenty One Thousand Pesos (P321,000.00) from various donors representing the City Government Cash Assistance to the Three Hundred Sixty One (361) homeowners/families who are victims of the August 3, 1999 Cherry Hills Subdivision tragedy.

A resolution authorizing the Honorable Angelito C. Gatlabayan, City Mayor, to enter into a Memorandum Of Agreement (MOA) with the National Food Authority (NFA) for the purchase of rice on credit from the nfa, the payment for which shall be charged to the five percent (5%) of the estimated revenue from regular sources set aside as an annual lump sum appropriation for unforseen expenditures arising from the occurrence of calamities (Calamity Fund).

A resolution authorizing the release of the amount of Twenty Thousand Pesos (P20,000.00) as consultation fee for the professional services of Prof. Lucio San Pedro for the review and indorsement of the “ANTIPOLO MARCH” as the official hymn and march of Antipolo City, such amount to be taken from any available source.