ACCEPTING RESPONSIBILITIES TO UNLOCK NEW OPPORTUNITIES. Regional Executive Director (RED) Gwendolyn Bambalan of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 2 administered the turnover of responsibilities for the new head of Cagayan Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) and Regional Office Conservation and Development Division (CDD) on Jan. 20, this year in Tuguegarao City.
Pursuant to DENR Regional Special Order Nos. 17 and 19 s. 2023, For. Enrique Pasion is designated as In-Charge, Office of the PENR Officer Cagayan vice outgoing OIC, PENR Officer Eliseo Mabasa who is retiring effective 1st of February while For. Corazon Mabborang takes the post of OIC, CDD Chief vacated by For. Pasion.
In her message, Director Bambalan expressed appreciation to the two newly-installed officials for accepting the challenge to take the helm in their respective offices.
“With your good performance and earned technical competencies, I am confident that you will be able to discharge your functions while ensuring better environment program implementation,” the regional environment chief told the officials.
Director Bambalan also commends Engr. Mabasa for his achievements even in barely a year and three months of stay at the PENR Office.
The turnover ceremony was also witnessed by Assistant Regional Director for Management Services Atty. Ismael Manaligod, Assistant Regional Director for Technical Services Engr. Marcos Dacanay, Regional Director of Mines and Geosciences Bureau Engr. Mario Ancheta, PENR and CENR Officers, and other environment officials.
Meanwhile, DENR employees attended on the same day the retirement program of Development Management Officer V Mabasa at the Regional Office where he was previously assigned. He was the former chief of the Licenses, Patents and Deeds Division before his designation as OIC, PENR Officer of Cagayan.
During the program, RED Bambalan and her Assistant Directors Manaligod and Dacanay recognized the Honoree for his exemplary performance as a public servant for 43 years.#