QUEZON City Mayor Herbert Bautista recently led the inauguration of two new Bistekville buildings in Barangay Culiat to benefit the poor.
He opened buildings G and J of Bistekville 4 for occupancy for over 50 families.
According to Bautista, building G is a two-story facility with 10 units, while the two-level building H has 16 units.
Bistekville 4 has a total of eight buildings with 145 families.
Quezon City has 37 Bistekville projects with 7,184 beneficiaries.
In his inauguration speech, Bautista encouraged Bistekville awardees to religiously pay their monthly amortizations to help the city government build and fund more Bistekville projects.
The beneficiaries thanked Bautista in continuously creating affordable social housing projects for informal settler families staying along waterways, danger-prone areas and those affected by infrastructure projects.
Meanwhile, the city’s accounting department will be given the Outstanding Accounting Office 2018 Award by the Association of Government Accountants of the Philippines Inc. in Mandurriao, Iloilo City on Oct. 17.
The Commission on Audit chose the city’s accounting department for its accounting practices resulting in quality service, timeliness, and accurate 2017 financial reports.