August 8, 2018, Filed under Press Release

usufruct to TESDA office


LINGAYEN, Pangasinan—The provincial government through the Pangasinan provincial board has granted a second renewal of usufruct to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) for the continued use of the lot at the Capitol compound where their office is situated.

This developed after the august body headed by Vice Governor Jose Ferdinand Z. Calimlim, Jr. has unanimously approved on its regular session on August 6 Provincial Resolution No. 1737-2018 that authorized Gov. Amado I. Espino III to enter into a deed of usufruct with the TESDA for the continued use of the lot which has an area of 7,160 square meters.

Authored by Clemente Arboleda, Jr. (5th district), BM Generoso Tulagan, Jr., (3rd district), and BM Noel Bince (6th district), the resolution stated that “the province, recognizing the significant role of the TESDA in providing the students, out-of-school youths, and unemployed adults technical-vocational training and skills development for them to become productive, self-reliant and globally competitive Pangasinenses, hereby agrees to allow the use of the aforementioned property by way of usufruct to the latter.”

As such, the resolution also noted that “pursuant to Resolution No. 41-93, Pangasinan has provided a parcel of land on which TESDA Provincial Office and the Provincial Training Center were built through a Deed of Usufruct way back in June 18, 1993.”

TESDA Provincial Director Joel M. Pilotin who attended the session, expressed grateful appreciation to the provincial government led by Gov. Amado I. Espino III for its unwavering support to their office not just for the usage of the lot but for other fields of endeavor. (Ruby R. Bernardino)





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