Legacy of a Good Leader: Mayor Jose “Pepe” T. Capco

The legacy of good leaders is the memory of a great name and the inheritance of a great example…

Today we commemorate the 3rd death anniversary of our Former Mayor Jose “Pepe” T. Capco (Term 1989-2001), the forerunner of PATEROS BEYOND 2000.

“Ako ang Taga-Pateros, ang kahapon ko at sining ay nais kong gunitain.”

This made us proud of our origin and cultural heritage. Pateros is our home and our identity no matter where we go and how far in life we have reached.

A leader is the one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way…

“Ang sino mang nais manguna at mamuno ay dapat magpahuli at maglingkod sa lahat. He also taught us the “DIGNITY OF LABOR”, no matter what our profession or line of work, as long as we are honest and we do our best we will have a future to look forward to.

“Sa serbisyo publiko, Huwag paghintayin ang tao… Ang lingkod bayan ay dapat bumabalik, bumababa, lumalapit at naglilingkod sa inyo kung saan man kayo naroroon.” In public service, he was a servant and fought hard for the good of his people.

Mayor Pepe, you will be missed and the legacy of your examples and teachings will forever remain in our hearts.

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Pateros Beyond 2000

PATEROS BEYOND 2000

A letter written by Jose “Pepe” T. Capco, Jr.

Mayor of Pateros

1989-2000

Pamahalaang Bayan ng Pateros – Ang gusaling ito ay katuparan ng pangarap ng mga taong ikinararangal sabihing:

AKO ANG TAGA-PATEROS, ang kahapon at sining ay nais kong gunitain.

At kanilang sama-samang itinayo sa ibabaw ng malalim at matatag na pundasyon at matibay na panukalang bato na nagsasaad ng:

“ANG SINO MANG NAIS MANGUNA AT MAMUNO AY DAPAT MAGPAHULI AT MAGLINGKOD SA LAHAT.”

Ito ang moog na ating sasandalan sa paglingon sa ating Kahapon, pagtutulungan sa pagharap sa Ngayon, at paghahanda sa Bukas at sa Dako pa roon, na kung tagurian ay:

PATEROS beyond 2000

Ito ay pamahalaan ng mga taong naniniwala at tumutupad sa ating kawikaang:

“Sa Serbisyo Publiko, Huwag Paghintayin ang Tao”, at

“Ang Lingkod Bayan ay Dapat Bumabalik, Bumababa, Lumalapit at Naglilingkod sa Inyo kung Saan man kayo Naroroon.”

Sa ilalim ng patnubay ng Panginoon at sa tulong ng lahat, atin pong pagtulungan at itaguyod ang ating sariling kinabukasan.”

Ito naman ang sagot ko sa request ng mga friends na sabihin kung saan-saan naka-ukit sa bato ang slogan/vision na “Pateros Beyond 2000”.

1. New Municipal Hall sa Aguho

2. Centennial Monument sa Dulong Bayan sa ngalan ng 1896 Revolution

3. Pateros Technological College established in 1998 for Information Technology Courses

4. M.R. Flores Memorial Health Center- San Pedro

5. Quintin de Borja Health Center ng Aguho

6. J.R. Sanchez Health Center- Sta. Ana

7. Tabacalera Barangay Hall

8. Poblacion Barangay Hall

9. Magtanggol Barangay Hall

10.Delfin C. Salonga Health Center (Kanluran)

11. Tabacalera/Magtanggol Day Care Center

12. Elizabeth Cruz High School (Sta. Ana)

13. Pateros Municipal Library- San Pedro

14. New road from P. Rosales to C. Almeda and M. Almeda st.

Sincerely,

Pepe T. Capco

Mayor 1989-2001

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Defender of Senior Citizens Atty. Romulo Macalintal: Championing the Rights of Senior Citizens

Senior citizens’ rights advocate and election lawyer Romulo Macalintal filed his certificate of candidacy for senator, marking his first attempt to run for public office.

“MacaRomy” at 71 years old, vowed to push for bills for senior citizens and persons with disabilities. He seeks to lobby more benefits and privileges to senior citizens and to uphold their rights especially most senior citizens are not working anymore and need special health care.

In 3 separate cases filed by Romulo Macalintal in 2013 and 2014, he sued several business establishments which denied to give discount for senior citizens on certain technicalities such as lack of senior citizen ID despite having other government issued IDs and denial of discounts on top of paid privilege cards.

Five-star Sofitel Hotel in Pasay City was sued for denying him his 20 percent senior citizen’s discount on top of the Sofitel Accor Advantage card, which he pays P8,800 a year for the card.

Owners and operators of Café Mediterranean in Resorts World and Black Canyon Coffee in Las Pinas sought public apology and a P40,000 donation for charities catering to senior citizens after being sued for denying senior citizen discount on seniors without the Senior Citizen ID.

RA 9994 or the Expanded Senior Citizens Act allows the use of other identification cards like driver’s license, voter’s ID, SSS, GSIS, and other government issued identification documents, if the senior citizen could not present his Senior Citizens card issued by the Office of the Senior Citizens Affairs Office, to avail of the privileges under the law.

As part of his mission-vision for senior citizens, here are some of the bills he seeks to propose and pass:

✔️To pool together some unused or unclaimed senior citizens’ discount, more specifically on the mandatory 5-percent discount on grocery items, electric and water consumption. He added the amount is enough to build almost every year a home for the aged or modern medical facilities for senior citizens.

“A substantial number of senior citizens are not aware that under RA [Republic Act No.] 9994, they are entitled to 5 percent discount on weekly purchase of grocery items not to exceed P1,300 per week; 5 percent discount of the cost of water or electrical consumption bills not exceeding 100 kilowatt-hours [kWh], and 30 cubic meters provided utility meters are registered in their names. ”

✔️To provide free movie tickets to senior citizens nationwide

“Dapat bigyan ng libreng sine para sa mga senior citizens sa buong bansa kasi kaming mga senior citizens kapag nanood kami, may kasama kami 2 o 3 apo na magbabayad. Kikita ang sine,” he said.

(Senior citizens across the country must be given free movie tickets because we senior citizens, when we go to the cinema, we take 2 or 3 grandchildren who are paying patrons. The theater will make money.)

✔️To expand cash grants for Filipino centenarians.

Filipinos “beyond 100 years old” should also be given P100,000 for each birthday.

“Ilan lang ba ang makakarating diyan (Just how many could reach that age)? Its benefts will trickle down to the sons, daughters, grandchildren of senior citizens,” he said.

✔️To give bigger discounts for senior citizens.

Senior citizens, or those 60 years old and above, already enjoy a 20% discount on food and medicine. Senior citizens who reach 70 years of age should receive a bigger discount – 30%.

Meanwhile, those who reach 80 years of age should get a 40% discount, while those 90 years old and above should have a 50% discount on medicines and medical services.

✔️To push for an amendment to the Centenarian Law, which extends a cash gift of P100,000 to Filipinos who reach 100 years of age

He said the P100,000 should be given in tranches – the first P30,000 when a person reaches 80 years old, the next P30,000 when the person reaches 90, and the remaining P40,000 when the person reaches 100. “And every year beyond 100, give them P100,000,” he said.

✔️To bat for the passage of a mandatory retirement age at 70 both in the government and private sector.

Macalintal said most senior citizens are forced to retire at 60. They are compelled to retire even if they are still capable to work.

Legacy truly is leaving something behind even if you have gone ahead. These bills if passed will benefit the sector needing special attention.

References:

ABS-CBN News

Manila Times

Manila Standard

Inquirer News

Rappler

Business Mirror

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JT Capco Sta Ana Pateros street named after former Mayor Jose Tulad Capco

November 7, 2018 is a momentous day for the people of Pateros as the Jose T. Capco Street in Barangay Sta. Ana is inaugurated and opened to the public.

In honor of the late Jose “Pepe” T. Capco, Jr., former Mayor of Pateros, this street JT. Capco in Sta Ana was named after him. From the vision of Pateros Beyond 2000 to Isang Pateros, this project remains to be “by the people of Pateros, for the people of Pateros”

After more than two decades of waiting and hoping for this project to be realized, the newly opened street will serve its purpose to ease out traffic and provide access to residents in and out of the villages in Sta. Ana.

We extend our gratitude to everyone, who from the planning stage to its execution has participated and gave their efforts for this project.

#PaterosBeyond2000
#IsangPateros

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Photo credits: Giancarlo Capco, Joven Gatpayat, Gerald German, Bojic Raymundo

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First Industrial Solar Street Lights and other Solar Lights installed in Pateros to make it a Solar City

When it comes to Advancing and Transforming Pateros to become a Solar City, the Calriger SolarRev Generator System owned by Mr.Giancarlo Capco brings industrial SolarRev Generator and solar street lights technologies for this small town with a big heart and great developers.

The SolarRev Generator Invention made in Pateros by Mr.Giancarlo Capco

The lead developer for the SolarRev Generators and the Pateros Solar Powered Facility is Mr.Giancarlo Capco, he is known for his invention the SolarRev Generator which originated in the event the Search for the Best Entrepreneurship Student of the Philippines which was won by Mr.Capco and also the International Business Plan Competition of the World held in Harvard Business School USA which Mr.Capco was the head representative of the Philippines together with his solar ready Sanitary Aqua Vendo Unit Invention.

We have no doubt that Mr.Capco’s technologies can compete in the industrial arena because of its formulation foundation which was rooted in his serial entrepreneurship awards during the first stage of his business career- Pateros News TV

Recently, Mr.Capco together with his Calriger And Capco Business Development Group the SolarRev Contractors did a Historical installation of Industrial Solar Street Light also known as the SolarRev TerraLite with heavy duty steel post in Pateros Metro Manila, also known as the Solar Town of the Philippines because of various solar projects in the area of Pateros.

This is the day where these industrial solar lights will give bright light to the people of Pateros passing by our Solar Powered Facility in the M.Almeda Street for their safety and convinience.

After our various projects around the Philippines, we want to give our technologies by sharing them to the Pateros community thru our free lectures about the SolarRev Generator setup, anyone is welcome to visit our Solar Powered Facility to learn about it or invite us to share what we know to your community.

Our next project which we are already starting now will be a powerful Ebike Solar Charging Stations for Ebike Users in Pateros. With this project, we can help Etricycle users to lower their electric charging bill possibly by half or even none at all if they will allow us to setup their own Ebike Solar Charging Station in their homes, said Mr.Capco

We support Pateros to become a brownout free town and we already know that this is now the first Solar City in the Philippines for its advancement in solar projects and for its transformation as a Green City with Good Renewable Energy Technologies, said Mr.Capco

The Solar Powered Facility Pateros Contracting Group is composed of Calriger Tech http://www.facebook.com/calriger, SolarRev Generator contractor group http://www.facebook.com/solarrevgenerator, the Capco Business Development Center http://www.capcolaw.com and the Terralite Team of Terranutra http://www.terranutra.com

More development news in Pateros Solar City at http://www.pateroscity.net

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Pateros Solar Projects Making it a Solar City

Various solar projects emerged in the small town of Pateros Metro Manila and the efforts of its town people and its government are making Pateros to be know as a green Solar City.

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The Town Pateros is know for its Balut but now its making a new name as a Solar City/Solar Town.

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Solar EVehicle ChargingCore Power Station Business by Motolite Pateros

EVehicle Solar Charging Station Business or Setup Shared by Motolite Pateros: Investments in an Electric Vehicle Solar Charging Station are in two parts first its better to apply for motolite dealership or as distributor para makakuha ng discounted batteries. 2nd part of investment is the solar power setup at Php 120,000 more or less para free ang power na ipang chacharge mo sa mga batteries ng mga Evehicle. Two business, motolite battery sale, 2nd is solar charging station. Pwede naman na solar setup charging station lang if walang funds for motolite business.

The ChargingCore new system design is a project in partnership with barangay and mga Toda na makakareceive ng mga electric tricycle sa Department of Energy pero that project can also be setup sa bahay for personal use at php 50,000 personal EVehicle SolarRev ChargingCore Power Station.

Bakit ok magkaroon ng EVehicle Solar Charging Station? Kasi ang gagamitin mo na pang charge ng mga battery ng mga EVehicle ay mangagaling sa araw na ipapasa ng solar panel sa battery bank papuntang inverter tapos papunta sa Evehicle. Sa ganitong kalse ng charging mas mababa ang cost ng charging kasi maintenance lang ng Solar Charging Facility and cost mo at walang monthly fee kasi di ka gumagamit ng kuryente na provided ng grid power o Meralco kung sa Maynila ka base. Ibig sabihin walang fee and operation charges sa battery charging businesa pag gamit mo as solar charging station, ibig sabihin lahat ng kita sa charging gamit ang solar charging station power ay purong kita na.

Mag invest na sa pag gawa ng EVehicle SolarRev ChargingCore Power Station at makaranas ng magandang kabuhayan at 24/7 availability na provided ng solar panels and solar battery bank. Credit to http://www.facebook.com/solarrevgenerator

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