By virtue of his exemplary leadership and devotion to service, Councilor Rey Lyndon Lawas has been officially appointed by Mayor Felipe Antonio B. Remollo as Deputy Mayor for Concerns on Peace and Order, Drug Abuse, Public Safety, Transportation and Traffic.
Deputy Mayor Lawas, a multi-awarded retired Police Brigadier General, is called upon to advise and provide effective strategies to prevent and solve crimes, curtail the proliferation of illegal drugs, enhance public safety and reduce traffic congestion.
Pursuant to Executive Order No. 10 issued on July 29, 2022 by Mayor Remollo, Deputy Mayor Lawas shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:
1. Extend his proficient knowledge and expertise to opportunely share propositions, suggestions or comments in advisory character to LGU Dumaguete City on sensibly delicate or recently disturbing issues and concerns when such circumstances may rationally warrant or allow;
2. Co-preside and afford true and authentic leadership in the agency on the concerns of the given committee;
3. Co-represent the Agency at official functions as permitted under the circumstances in routinary tasks or ceremonial events, meetings and or activities being tasked under the Committee;
4. Co-carry out or fulfill duties and/or functions as may be delegated or called upon by the Office of the City Mayor to faithfully exact and put in actual and apt perspective its office mandate to essentially service, protect and represent the interest of this LGU in the actual discharge of its official duties all for the best interest of the service.
Councilor Lawas will perform his duties and responsibilities as Deputy Mayor without remuneration or salary of any kind but only on a voluntary basis.