San Miguel resolution extols Lim

August 20, 2020
Alfredo S. Lim
The resolution described former Manila Mayo Alfredo S. Lim as a well-respected and notable statesman and a veteran policeman. “San Miguelenios express sadness over the passing of Mayor Lim for he served as an inspiration to the former who have been always proud of him for his exemplary achievements and contributions in public service. Lim will be gone but he will remain in the heart of San Miguelenios,” it added.

THE Office of the Sangguniang Bayan of the Municipality of San Miguel has passed a resolution extolling the late ex-Manila Mayor Alfredo S. Lim. 

The resolution also conveyed condolences and offered prayers for Lim and his bereaved family.

Lim, whose maternal roots trace to San Miguel, Bulacan, was lauded via Municipal Resolution No.. 2020 – 078 passed by the council headed by  Vice Mayor and presiding officer John Alvarez as well as Councilors Gerome Reyes, Emmanuel Magtalas,  Richard dela Cruz and Jayvee Lacsina; Crisanto Tiongson, president, League of Barangay Captains and Pol David Buencamino, president of the Sangguniang Kabataan Federation.

The resolution, which described Lim as a well-respected and notable statesman and a veteran policeman,  said that “San Miguelenios express sadness over the passing of Mayor Lim for he served as an inspiration to the former who have been always proud of him for his exemplary achievements and contributions in public service.”

“The people of San Miguel idolize and consider him as a beloved son of San Miguel, Bulacan for having an ancestral root (maternal side) from this town. It is an honor to pay him last respects befitting the great public figure and to pray for the repose of his soul and eternal peace,” it added.

“On behalf of the people of San Miguel, the Pamahalaang Bayan and its Sangguniang Bayan joins the Filipino nation in mourning the untimely death of a great political leader and public servant, extending our deepest condolences to his families, friends and supporters, and offer prayers in this time of grief,” the resolution further stated.

Lim, the council said, “will be gone but he will remain in the heart of San Miguelenios.”