Great Expectations

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014


LIKE the recent raging mountain fires in California, great expectations and burning hopes for a better life is now sweeping Mabalacat City and the towns under the Pelco II.

Starting this June, a traditional month for auspicious beginnings, the partnership of Meralco and ComsTech will demonstrate their expertise in world-class management and operational excellence. The partners will take over the works and responsibilities of the sickly Pelco II with P1.2 billion initial capital.

“Let there be light, and light abundantly!” is the humming mantra of the new management team. The vaunted “Makati north of Manila” and the erstwhile power-starved municipalities of Guagua, Sta. Rita, Bacolor, Lubao and Porac are already excited over the fusion of forces of the corporate legend known as MVP and Angeles City wonder boy and ICT taipan Dennis Uy.

When the works would have been completed and electric power is constantly, efficiently available in affordable rates, the areas in Pelco II will become more prosperous than, or at par at least, with the most progressive urban communities of Pampanga.

Gov. Lilia Pineda was happy with this welcome development, according to Board Member Michael Tapang. “A rehabilitated Pelco II will usher a new and explosive socio-economic development in formerly blighted areas, “Tapang quoted the governor.

The Porac senior councilor was certain that an efficient, reliable and well-managed power Coop will energize economic, industrial and agricultural activities, including small, medium and large scale enterprises in the Pelco II area.

MVP’s and Dennis Uy’s goal for steady and cheap power rates for every subscriber is likened to Pres. Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s dream of putting “a chicken in every pot” in all American homes during the Depression. All power consumers can be entrepreneurs in various income generating activities, Dennis stressed.

The efficiency, professionalism, and mastery of his ICT market has made Dennis Uy’s flagship firm, ComClark the biggest service provider in Region 3.

If Meralco linemen are the most visible work forces in Metro Manila, ComClark’s work crew are the equivalent professionals who are busy as bees in installing ACCTN cable service connections in Central Luzon.

In vetting Dennis’s organizations MVP was impressed by ComClark’s leading edge in professional technological services as well as in the firm’s protection of stakeholders’ interest and their money’s growth.

Dennis Uy’s humility and sincerity as a person “reflects his corporate simplicity, innovation, and excellence,” said Angeles City Mayor Ed Pamintuan in his tribute to the Fil-Chinese businessman.

Dennis’s commitment is to stay as “a partner of choice in the delivery of innovative ICT solutions to its clients,” said ComClark executive Anthony Alberto.

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Angeles City Mayor Pamintuan led his security escorts in chasing and arresting a knife-wielding snatcher last week. The world-rated mayor, who has gained a few pounds, courtesy of his wife Miniang’s culinary artistry, “was gasping for breath in the spectacular sprint (l00-m dash) but never faltered in his bold and risky foray into accidental police work,” reported the security guard at the Villa Angelina subdivision. The mayor whose favorite exercise is aerobics has put his lung power and leg strength to test, an early preparation for his 20l6 final run?

Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on June 11, 2014.

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