Members of the Centennial Force Foundation Incorporated (C-Force) pay a courtesy call to Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo and to the other city officials present namely Councilors Karissa Tolentino-Maxino and Lilani Ramon, Tuesday afternoon at the session hall.
Mayor Remollo credited C-Force led by Mavin A. Moreno and PEMS Emmanuel Gonzaga for their consistent support to the anti-crime initiatives of the City Government by serving as force multipliers in tandem with the Dumaguete City Police and City Local Government Operations Officer Christopher M. Pastor.
C-Force also rendered service during the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) as the members were deployed in the various checkpoints to regulate the flow of traffic and people.
Mayor Remollo requested the organization to help the City Government enforce the anti-COVID 19 measures under the General Community Quarantine to include the imposition of curfew, mandatory use of face masks and social/physical distancing for residents and non-residents.
As one of the frontliners in the fight against COVID-19, Mayor Remollo provided food stuff to C-Force members to convey his appreciation of their contribution in maintaining the peace and stay-at-home policy.