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BM Mylyn resigns post: Pinedas transfer voters’ registration in CSF

Following her resignation on Monday as member of the Pampanga Provincial Board, 2nd district Board Member Mylyn Pineda-Cayabyab today officially filed her transfer of residency in the City of San Fernando, “to take roots where she was born.”

“I am resigning to take roots in San Fernando where I was born,” said the lady board member.

She filed her transfer of residency and voter’s registration in the capital city of Pampanga, along with father, businessman Rodolfo “Bong” Pineda, and her husband Archen, a former UAAP player appointed by Converge to replace former PBA commissioner Chito Salud as alternate governor.

They were also accompanied by 23 barangay chairmen of the City of San Fernando.

On whether she will run as city mayor in the May 2025 polls or as 3rd District Board Member, Cayabyab has yet to confirm as of press time.

Pineda-Cayabyab completed her 1st term as Board Member and served one year and nine months before she filed her resignation, which she read during Monday’s regular session at the Capitol.

The outgoing board member, during her stint, led three committees including Culture and the Arts; Appropriations; and Education.

Cayabyab has been pushing Pampanga to be named as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines in Congress, with the support of former President and now 2nd district Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Deputy House Speaker Aurelio “Dong” Gonzales Jr., 4th district Rep. Anna York Bondoc-Sagum and 1st district Rep. Jonjon Lazatin.