Muntinlupa celebrates its 18th Cityhood Anniversary today, March 1, with simple festivities to mark the occasion.
Muntinlupa Mayor Aldrin San Pedro, Vice Mayor Artemio Simundac, councilors and city officials will lead the anniversary celebration with a parade in the city.
“We celebrate Muntinlupa City Charter Day today as another milestone in the city’s history,” Mayor San Pedro said.
The parade will start from Barangay Sucat to Laguerta in Barangay Tunasan, where the formal ceremony will be held.
Mayor San Pedro said March 1 will also mark the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Muntinlupa City Central High School, which will be the biggest high school in the city when finished.
The mayor, together with elected and city officials, and representatives from the education sector, will lead the groundbreaking ceremony at Laguerta, the site of the new high school.
“The new high school is a priority project of the city government that will benefit thousands of our young people,” said Mayor San Pedro.
He will also present his State of the City Address that will highlight the accomplishments of the city government including the programs and projects that have been implemented.
“Muntinlupa today is one of the most progressive cities in the country, thanks to the unity, support and camaraderie of our residents and businessmen,” he said.
Mayor San Pedro said the city government has been at the forefront in providing quality basic services to residents in areas such as health, education, infrastructure, social services, peace and order and employment.
“All our accomplishments were achieved because of the support of the public. Rest assured that we will further improve our public service through projects and programs.
After his State of the City Address, a free concert will be held for the public.