Turn-over Ceremony of DENR-7 Officials

Two equally deserving personnel of PENRO Negros Oriental accepted the challenge that go along with being promoted to higher positions. In a simple yet symbolic turnover ceremony, For. Roldan Cotejo turned over the key of responsibility to Maricor Katada, Chief for the Licenses, Patents and Deeds Divison as the new OIC Chief, Technical Services for PENRO Negros Oriental.

In his message, Cotejo said change is inevitable in any organization and is grateful of the opportunity that comes along with it, as he embarks into his new journey as CENR Officer of Ayungon, Negros Oriental. He encouraged everyone to extend full support to the new TSD chief whom he thinks is best suited for the said position.

Ms. Katada, accepted the challenge and pledged to establish good working relationship with co-workers and to work closely with Section and Unit Heads. She hinted a firm monitoring and supervision for all processes, including implementation of programs and projects of DENR.

Meanwhile, PENRO Nestor Canda expressed his full trust and confidence to the two officials since both come with high credentials and are veterans to the various fields of services of DENR. He encouraged the two to embrace and explore every opportunity to learn and grow as a leader.

Lastly, PENRO Canda encouraged all PENRO NegOr employees to create a good working relationship in the workplace, an environment where open communication and respect is observed to ensure effective and efficient delivery of public service.

Aquino is the new head for CENRO Argao

Former CENR Officer for CENRO Ayungon Anecito Aquino is the new CENR Officer for Argao after the official turn-over ceremony held yesterday. Aquino replaced For. Elpidio Palaca who is now reassigned as the CENR Officer for Talibon, Bohol.

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Turn-over Ceremony of DENR-7 Officials

Two equally deserving personnel of PENRO Negros Oriental accepted the challenge that go along with being promoted to higher positions. In a simple yet symbolic turnover ceremony, For. Roldan Cotejo turned over the key of responsibility to Maricor Katada, Chief for the Licenses, Patents and Deeds Divison as the new OIC Chief, Technical Services for PENRO Negros Oriental.

In his message, Cotejo said change is inevitable in any organization and is grateful of the opportunity that comes along with it, as he embarks into his new journey as CENR Officer of Ayungon, Negros Oriental. He encouraged everyone to extend full support to the new TSD chief whom he thinks is best suited for the said position.

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