Arrey Perez, the BCDA
vice president for business development and PHISGOC deputy director general for the Athletes' Village, said the event "symbolizes the planting of hope." "We have not come this far to only go this far.
The first batch of trees -- narra, bignay, and dita -- were planted by participants from BCDA
and its business partners, MTD, the Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc), Capas local government unit and police, and the Philippine Army.
President and CEO Vince Dizon raised in support of the proposal filed by Senator Sherwin Gatchalian to transfer the seat of government to New Clark City by 2030 to decongest Metro Manila.
supports Senator Gatchalian's proposal to start the move of government agencies from Metro Manila to New Clark City.
said in a statement that it has published a notice on June 27 inviting interested companies to participate in a competitive challenge for the long-term lease of a 450-hectare parcel of New Clark City for the resort development.
hopes the move will inspire the next generation of elite athletes," said BCDA
President and CEO Vince Dizon.
Under the Executive Order (EO) 86 signed by the president on July 25, the BCDA
will be represented by its president in the cluster.
President and CEO Vince Dizon said the autonomous or "self-driving" vehicles will be used to provide transportation services for the athletes during this year's South East Asian Games at no cost to government.
inked a deal with the BCDA
to build and operate a "smart distribution electricity infrastructure" in New Clark Cityfor an initial period of 25 years.
Dizon added that BCDA
will be signing a memorandum of agreement with a US company that will pilot the vehicles, specifically buses and cars which will take athletes around the sports complex.