Members of the 17th Sangguniang Panlungsod led by Angeles City Vice Mayor Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno pose for their first group photo inside the new legislative hall after their first council session held June 5. The new city council include (L-R) Carlito Ganzon, Jae Vincent Flores, Jay Sangil, Carmelo Lazatin Jr., Joseph Ponce, Alexander Indiongco, Jericho Aguas, Edgardo Pamintuan Jr., Amos Rivera, Joseph Alfie Bonifacio, and Danilo Lacson.
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan, Vice Mayor Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno and City Nutrition Officer Arnel Calaguas led the ribbon cutting ceremonies and the opening of the city hall food fair held Monday here. This signals the official start of the city’s month-long celebration of Nutrition Month. Also in the photo are Councilor Joseph Ponce (right most) and Councilor Jae Flores (middle). Inset photo shows concessionaires of the two-day Food Fair at the city hall lobby.
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan, Vice Mayor Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno and members of the new Sangguniang Panlungsod flash the iconic "closed fist sign" during the inauguration and oath-taking ceremonies held Thursday at MarQuee Mall. This is to express support to President Rodrigo Duterte's national agenda, advocacies and platform for change as chief executive of the country for the next six years. (AC-CIO)
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan takes his oath of office before Angeles City Regional Trial Court Executive Judge Omar T. Viola (left) for his third and final term as the city's local chief executive. Accompanying him in his oath-taking rites is his youngest son Fidel Pamintuan (right). (AC-CIO)
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency- Region 3 (PDEA-R3) Public Relations Officer Glenn Guillermo (right most) join Barangay Captain Rey Malig of Salapungan (4th from L) and Barangay Captain Arturo Candelaria represented by Darenz De Leon of Cuayan (5th from L) during the awarding of plaques and pronouncement ceremonies of the now “drug free” villages in Angeles City held Monday at the City Hall grounds. (AC-CIO)


This gives notice that the declared owners of real properties with delinquent accounts hereunder listed have been served copy of the Notice of Delinquency through mail or personal service, however, were returned to the City Treasurer's Office either for reason of addressee's refusal to accept, moved out, unlocated and/or change of address. That despite receipt of Notices, the declared owners failed to ccordinate with this office prior to this publication.
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eBOSS (Electronic Business One-Stop Shop) is a computer-based system used in the processing and issuance of business permits in the city of Angeles, Pampanga. The system has been in place since 2003, and has garnered the city numerous citations from several prestigious award-giving bodies (latest of which is recognition from the Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Inc.), and has been ISO-9001-2008 certified for its utmost efficiency in facilitating the processing of business permits.
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