LUBAO -- Three more villages here were able to avail of Provincial Government services and dialogue with Governor Lilia Pineda on their local needs and concerns.

Indigents from barangays San Roque Arbol, San Pablo and Calangain where personally visited by Pineda to personally address their concerns under the Kapitolyo sa Barangay.

The people were also asked about their suggestions and opinions on how to effectively and comprehensively deliver the services of the Capitol down to the grassroots level.

Pineda said that this will be the start of the province-wide information caravan that will address the basic and unmet needs of the populace particularly in the most remote areas of the province.

The governor said that the Capitol is eyeing to reach out to the people of the 505 barangays of the province in a span of two months within the first quarter of the year.

Pineda also announced the accomplishments of the Provincial Government under her less-than-four-year stint at the Capitol that prioritized health, education, livelihood, infrastructure and the operation of the quarry industry.

Recently, seven barangays assembled in San Francisco. These were barangays Concepcion, San Jose Apunan, Sto. Domingo, San Francisco, San Miguel, San Vicente and San Antonio and were given basic-social services by Pineda.