In a recent announcement, Iligan City Mayor Frederick Siao has officially declared the suspension of classes at all levels in both public and private schools within the city, as well as the temporary halt of work in the Local Government, including its 44 barangays, on September 20, 2023.

Mayor Siao’s decision was formalized today with the release of Declaration No. 1, which outlines the city’s plans for the upcoming suspension. While the city administration has taken this proactive step to ensure the safety and well-being of its residents, Mayor Siao emphasized that the discretion to suspend work on this day rests with the management of National Government Agencies based in Iligan and private companies operating within the city.

The announcement comes as part of Iligan City’s commitment to safeguarding its citizens during exceptional circumstances and events that may pose risks to their health and safety. By suspending classes and, to a certain extent, work activities, the city aims to mitigate potential disruptions and provide its residents with the opportunity to prepare and stay safe.

Residents and stakeholders in Iligan City are encouraged to stay updated on any additional announcements or guidelines that may be issued in the lead-up to the suspension day. Mayor Siao’s decision reflects the city’s dedication to its constituents’ welfare and readiness to adapt to changing circumstances for the betterment of the community.

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