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Multinational Village Homeowners’ Assn., Inc. Mr. JUANITO I. VELASCO, JR Village President 2012 Board. 3 rd Quarter General Assembly. Program. Registration Invocation National Anthem President’s Report Treasurer’s Report

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Multinational Village Homeowners’ Assn., Inc.

Mr. JUANITO I. VELASCO, JR

Village President 2012 Board

3rd Quarter

General Assembly

program
Program
  • Registration
  • Invocation
  • National Anthem
  • President’s Report
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Consultation with the General Assembly: Turn-over of New Water System to Maynilad
  • Open Forum
report on the referendum on the columbary
Report on the Referendum on the Columbary
  • TOTAL # OF HOMEOWNERS LISTED IN THE MASTERLIST (as of September 28):
  • Phase 1: 217 Phase 3: 550 TOTAL: 1,519
  • Phase 2: 521 Phase 4: 231
  • TOTAL # OF VOTERS: (BASED ON VOTERS’ REGISTRATION SHEETS & BALLOT STUBS)
  • Phase 1: 35 Phase 3: 90 TOTAL: 254
  • Phase 2: 92 Phase 4: 37
total votes counted
Total Votes Counted
  • YES NO
  • PHASE 1 14 21
  • PHASE 2 22 69
  • PHASE 3 14 73
  • PHASE 4 9 31
  • ___________
  • TOTAL: 59 194
percentages
Percentages
  • TOTAL % OF VOTERS (254) OUT OF TOTAL # OF HOMEOWNERS (1,519): 16.73%
  • TOTAL % OF YES VOTES: (59 OUT OF 253) / 23.23%
  • TOTAL % OF NO VOTES: (194 OUT OF 253) / 76.38%
ballots cast
Ballots Cast
  • TOTAL BALLOTS CAST:
  • Phase 1: 35 Phase 3: 87* TOTAL: 253*
  • Phase 2: 91 Phase 4: 40*
  • 1 ballot unaccounted for
  • Phases 3 & 4 (discrepancies maybe due to mistake in dropping ballots in respective marked boxes)
what we have achieved as a united community
WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED AS A UNITED COMMUNITY
  • A Financially Stable Association;
  • A More Engaged Residents;
  • Improved Infrastructure and Facilities;
  • Emergency and Disaster Readiness;
  • Higher Land Values;
  • Improved Security; and
  • Safe, Affordable and Efficient Water Supply.
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BEFORE

AFTER

NAZARETH COR. JUDEA ST.

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BEFORE

NAZARETH COR. JUDEA ST.

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AFTER

NAZARETH COR. JUDEA ST.

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BEFORE

JERUSALEM ST.

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AFTER

JERUSALEM ST.

automatic gate barrier system for installation on december1 2012
AUTOMATIC GATE BARRIER SYSTEM FOR INSTALLATION ON DECEMBER1, 2012
  • Rationale:
  • The Multinational Village Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (MVHAI), thru its Security Committee, has embarked on a project to automate the gate barriers in its three gates. It is envisioned that the boom barriers will automatically rise upon electronic recognition of the stickers installed on the vehicles that are allowed access into the Village.
key components
Key Components
  • 10,000 pcs. of machine readable stickers;
  • 2 units reader with range of at least 5 meters, with option to add 4 more;
  • Software license;
  • Vehicle detectors;
  • 2 units 3 meter boom;
  • Other materials necessary to operationalize the automatic gate barrier system as envisioned.
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WATER REPIPING

Completed From Phases I to IV

what we can look forward to in 2013
What We can Look Forward to in 2013
  • Flood Mitigation Measures:
  • Construction of River Embankments;
  • Construction of Water Catchment Facilities;
  • Improvement of Drainage Systems;
  • More Road Restorations;
  • Repair/Renovation of Village Facilities
  • Enhanced Security Measures with the Establishment of a Police sub-station in the Village.
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