ANGELES CITY - Mayor Edgardo "EdPam" Pamintuan forged a "contract" with multi-sectoral groups as he ground to work at City Hall Thursday.

The contract was signed during the oath taking and inauguration of Pamintuan, Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting and members of the new City Council. It will serve as the guide of the administration in the next three years as Pamintuan steers back the highly urbanized city on its tracks.

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Jiving with his campaign battlecry "Agyu Tamu" (We Can), the contract calls for "Abot kayang edukasyon; Gawing tama at marangal [Ibalik ang tiwala ng taong bayan]; Yumayabong na kalikasan; Umuunlad na ekonomiya; Tapat at mabilis na serbisyo; Akma at patas na patakaran sa dekalidad na pamilihang bayan; Mapayapa at maayos na pamayanan; at Unahin ang mga barangay."

The contract calls for focus on education, the creation of a multi-sectoral governance council, solid waste management, a multi-sectoral summit, enhanced health programs and the immediate delivery of social and administrative services to the barangays.

A job fair also highlighted the first day in office of Pamintuan.

The job fair dubbed "Trabahong Pang-Angeleño," was held at the SM City Clark on Thursday. It is a gathering of more than 34 firms, mainly from the Clark Freeport, which will present employment opportunities to qualified residents of the city.

He noted that job creation is one of the provisions in his contract with Angeleños. "Clark is now poised to become a part of a projected primary production and logistics center in the Philippines, and we must be always ready to tap this rich source of opportunities," he added.

Pamintuan was the chair of Subic-Clark Alliance for Development Council (SCADC), a government agency tasked with creating a harmonized environment that can attract more investments and employment within the former American bases.

After the opening ceremonies at the job fair, Pamintuan proceeded to the City Hall grounds for the Holy Mass and the formal inauguration ceremonies. Bishop Pablo "Ambo" David led the concelebrated mass in the liturgical service.

The mayor administered the oath taking of Vice Mayor Vicky Vega and the City Council members.

Pamintuan immediately buckled down to work by calling for an executive conference with City Hall heads and the rank and file. (Reynaldo G. Navales/with reports from Jovi T. De Leon)