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News and features about Cong. Alfredo Abelardo "Albee" Bantug Benitez, Representative of Third District of Negros Occidental.
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E.B. Magalona Distributes Burial Assistance to First Beneficiaries

Thu, 09/28/2017 - 18:28


September 27, 2017





Photos www.ebmagalona.gov.ph

Cong. Albee Benitez Kampeon ng mga Maralitang Tagalungsod

Thu, 09/28/2017 - 06:38


September 27, 2017



Nakipagtalakayan si Cong. Albee Benitez kaninang hapon sa mga lider ng APOAMF na kumakatawan sa mga pamilyang apektado ng nakaambang demolisyon sa Manggahan Floodway. Tiniyak ni Cong. Albee Benitez na isusulong niya ang karapatan ng mga maralitang tagalungsod at informal settler families sa maayos na pabahay.

Photos Galo Glino III

TESDA in partnership with office of Cong. Albee Benitez Orient Victorias City & EB Magalona STEP Beneficiaries

Sat, 09/23/2017 - 07:22


September 22, 2017


Edukasyon, Partisipasyon, kag Determinasyon = @SENSO KA!
JO3 LUNIL JOHN D BANAYLO -Deputy Jail Warden who gave the message of J/SINSP ADRIANO D PARACUELLES -City Jail Warden


Lagrimas Berdin Lamason Silvestre District Staff Programs & Services Head
Liana Montepio - District Staff Victorias GCoor


Sir Ronald Canson - TESDA Training Coordinator
Victorias City TESDA STEP Beneficiaries - BJMP Inmates BJMP Personnels District Staffs of Cong. Albee Benitez


Sir Ronald with EB Magalona Beneficiaries
Benjie Villa - District Staff EB Magalona GCoor


* Photos Lagrimas Berdin Lamason Silvestre

Cong. Albee Benitez Kampeon ng Edukasyon

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 20:50


September 19, 2017


Rep. Albee Benitez joined Negros Occidental and Silay City DepEd officials and personnel earlier, spearheaded by Negros Occ. Schools Division Supt. Gladys Amylaine Sales, Silay City Schools Division Supt. Dr. Neri Anne Alibuyog, ASDS Dr. Lynee Penaflor, and Cheryl Tondo, Principal III, Victorias City National High School, in a benchmarking workshop-seminar on the 21st century classroom developed by the Department of Science and Technology.



Rep. Benitez believes that an ideal classroom should be equipped with innovative education technology to build a more conducive learning environment for students.

Around Metro3rd Today with Cong. Albee Benitez

Fri, 09/15/2017 - 17:38


September 15, 2017



At the Victorias City Hall, Cong. Albee Benitez together with Victorias Mayor Francis Frederick Palanca joined the signing of the Perpetual Right to Use Agreement for the donation of the 10-hectare lot by the Canetown Development Corporation, a subsidiary of the Victorias Milling Company, as relocation area for informal settler families of Victorias City. Leading the signing are VMC president Eduardo Concepcion and CDC president Roy Hautea. The donation is part of their corporate social responsibility program.



Cong. Albee lauded the gesture of CDC and VMC as a milestone for the housing sector development not only in the Third District but for the province and the whole country, as the problem of informal settler families continue to grow. As chair of the House Committee on Housing and Urban Development, he noted that this development will provide government to design and plan for a viable and sustainable community that will include basic services and facilities for residents.



Mayor Palanca and Cong. Albee Benitez thanked CDC and VMC for the perpetual right to use agreement, as both underscored the mutually beneficial partnership for continuous community development. Witnessing the signing are the members of the Victorias City Council, Punong Barangays and the city department heads.



Cong. Albee met and hosted lunch for members of the national media covering the House beat at his home in Victorias City. The Congress media group visited Bacolod City and the Third District of Negros Occidental today.



Joining Cong. Albee and the Congressional Media Group is Talisay Mayor Neil Lizares.



Cong. Albee led the formal turn-over of the Barangay Alicante Multi-Purpose Building in E. B. Magalona. He is shown here cutting the ribbon with Punong Barangay Alan Matapaja.



Cong. Albee turns over the ceremonial key to the new Barangay Hall to PB Matapaja and EB Magalona officials led by Mayor Marvin Malacon.



The Alicante Barangay Hall is the first Multi-Purpose Building to be formally turned over to the officials of the municipality and the barangay this year. The blessing was officiated by Fr. Giovanni Garde.



The Alicante Barangay Hall is the first Multi-Purpose Building to be formally turned over to the officials of the municipality and the barangay this year. The blessing was officiated by Fr. Giovanni Garde.


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Cong. Albee urged the barangay officials to match the beautiful structure with equally efficient and effective service for constituents in the barangay. He reminded both officials and residents to take care of the building and to work hand in hand for the growth and development of the barangay.

Cong. Albee in a Dialogue with Tulong-Dunong Grantees

Sun, 09/10/2017 - 20:44

Mrs. Melina Monecillo of Barangay Lantad in Silay City, mother of an educational assistance beneficiary was not in the program but approached the organizers for a chance to thank Congressman Alfredo Benitez on stage. So Nanay Melina was called to say her brief pasalamat for the opportunity given her daughter, Angel who in 2015 graduated Cum Laude from STI-WNU with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Criminology.

Angel Monecillo is one of the more than 7,000 students from all over District Three in Negros Occidental who have successfully graduated from college under the educational assistance program of Congressman Benitez since his first term of office in 2010. Closely coordinating with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Congressman Benitez office is able to facilitate assistance for students enrolled in both public and private colleges in the District and in Bacolod City.

Last September 9 (Saturday), 2017 at the Silay City Plaza covered court, a total of 1,600 old and new grantees of the Tulong - Dunong Program met with Congressman Benitez for a dialogue and an orientation from CHED Region VI representatives on new guidelines of the program.

As the students met Congressman Benitez up close to extend their thanks, he reminded all the grantees to continue their studies seriously, graduate successfully and join the mainstream of productive citizens of the country. He also updated them of recent legislative initiatives to help strengthen the education system in the country – the implementation next year of free tuition in state universities and colleges and the installation of Wi-fi facilities in many public areas around the country that will boost the technical capability of Filipinos to cope with global trends.

CHED officials in the orientation were Cristy Laurente representing regional director Cesar Medina and Supervisor Ma. Karen Catalina Zaldivar.

Also present to be updated on the 2017 financial assistance guidelines are the scholarship program coordinators of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College in Talisay City; Central Philippines State University and Colegio de Sta. Ana in Victorias City; Silay Institute; University of St. La Salle, Colegio de San Agustin, Bacolod City College and STI-WNU in Bacolod City; and Bago City College.

Silay City Mark Golez welcomed guests and participants to the orientation and dialogue.*

Cong. Albee Benitez @ 18th Minulu-an Festival

Sun, 09/10/2017 - 17:35


September 10, 2017





Cong. Albee Benitez and Talisay City Mayor Neil Lizares III

* Photos Pio Talisay

Metro Third Scholars Meet Cong. Albee Benitez

Sat, 09/09/2017 - 14:46


September 9, 2017




1,600 Tulong Dunong Program grantees of the 3rd District converged at the Silay City Plaza Covered Court today for an orientation on current guidelines from CHED and a dialogue with Cong. Albee Benitez.



Mrs. Melina Monecillo of Brgy. Lantad, Silay City thanked Cong. Albee for the educational assistance for daughter Angel who graduated from STI-WNU with a degree in BS Criminology, Cum Laude in 2015.

Rochelle Luceno is a proud 4th year BS Elementary Education student of Silay Institute. She is a member of the Indigenous People’s (IP) Tribu Bukidnon of Sitio Sibato, Brgy. Guimbalaon, Silay City.



Talisay City Scholars with Cong. Albee Benitez

Murcia Scholars with Cong. Albee Benitez

Victorias City Scholars with Cong. Albee Benitez

EB Magalona Scholars with Cong. Albee Benitez

Silay City Scholars with Cong. Albee Benitez and Mayor Mark Golez

Third District Scholars Orientation and Dialogue with CHED and Cong. Albee

Sat, 09/09/2017 - 09:16



Ongoing now in Silay City, Negros Occidental 1,700 scholars all over Third District in an orientation and dialogue with CHED and Cong. Albee Benitez

Cong. Albee Benitez Joins Sugar and More Negros Occidental Summit Today in Bacolod City

Thu, 09/07/2017 - 19:19


September 7, 2017




With Cong.Albee are Vice Governor Bong Lacson and Gov. Freddie Maranon

HAPPY TEACHERS MONTH!

Wed, 09/06/2017 - 17:36



Alinsunod sa Presidential Proclamation No. 242, s. 2011, ang ika-5 ng Setyembre hanggang ika-5 ng Oktubre ay Buwan ng mga Guro.


Maraming salamat, Ma'am, Sir at Prof, sa pag-aambag ng inyong kaalaman para linangin ang kakayahan at itaguyod ang galing at talino ng estudyanteng Pilipino.

Cong. Albee Reports on Housing Initiatives to Negros, Panay Lions

Sun, 09/03/2017 - 19:39


Negros Occidental Third District Representative Alfredo Benitez rallied Lions Clubs International District 301-B1 of Negros and Panay to “get our acts together” in addressing problems of urbanization.


Congressman Benitez was guest speaker at the 1st Cabinet Meeting and District Convention’s Governor’s Ball and Induction Ceremony  September 2 at SMX in Bacolod City.

As chair of the House Committee on Housing and Urban Development, Congressman Benitez reported on the latest developments regarding initiatives to re-create a Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development, a vital move that will integrate government efforts to solve the growing housing backlog in the country as well as address problems of urbanization as population explosion critically continues.



He also disclosed findings of the recent Housing Committee public hearing that he  led in Tacloban City  on the status of the housing relocation and resettlement project for victims of Typhoon Yolanda in 2012.  The Committee noted, Cong. Albee said, that only 7% of the 24% structures already finished are occupied and that construction materials have been found substandard.  The Committee will further validate the findings and push for actions so that the program can finally be fast-tracked, he added.

Congressman Benitez also urged the Lions delegates to give their feedbacks on the ongoing campaign to push for federalism, noting that the program is already moving forward, as he underscored his participation in the House drafting of the federal Constitution.


His challenge to the new officers and members of the various Negros and Panay Lions Clubs is to further strengthen projects that truly provide services to the underprivileged in communities, as he lauded the Lionism way of reaching out and helping the poorest of the poor.


Congressman Benitez showcased his ASENSO movement and programs in his District , now focusing on utilizing the solar technology to provide electricity and water for poor households.

“I am now on my third and last term and my ASENSO thrust is to truly help reduce the cost of living in as many households as we can in the Third District,” he stressed.  *

 

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