ORION, Bataan – Mayor Antonio L. Raymundo, Jr. is bent on accelerating infrastructure improvements in the coastal and upland areas to make this town an extra attractive hub for trade and investment.
Mayor Raymundo is quietly convinced such constructive changes in the town plan is indicative of a heightened objective of becoming an agro-industrial site as increasing number of poultry and piggery corporate farms, land and housing property developers, port operators and commercial establishment entrepreneurs are starting to take notice of the potential opportunities that the town, one of the most progressive municipalities in the province, has to offer to locators.
Citing the attributes of strategic geographical location; good road network, communication and port terminal; stable power and sufficient water supply facilities are basically the requirements which attract foreign and local business community, Mayor Raymundo explained during an interview the other day.
The growing vibrancy of economic activities in the locality is the outcome of Bataan Governor Albert Raymond S. Garcia and the twelve (12) municipal and city executives in formulating a viable agro-industrial development mechanism of promoting the province into a premier investment center in Central Luzon.
He said the foremost economic fundamentals being implemented by Governor Garcia are the fruits of strategic development scheme initiated by the late Governor and Congressman Enrique T. Garcia, Jr. of the province’s second district.
Mayor Raymundo added the high-level economic agenda of the late Governor “Tet “Garcia has greatly shaped the system of industrial development in the historic peninsula.
As the economic activities in the province have become increasingly brisk as businesses and industries are setting up in the locality, subsequently, resulted to the opening up of better employment opportunities for the residents.