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By Mark Francisco, Staff member and Cheng Ordonez, Associate Editor
MDN, BWM to honor biz leaders in Oro on July 25
ZAMIZ City––The Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (Tieza) is set to develop Misamis Occidental as a tourism conduit between Northern Mindanao and Zamboanga Peninsula.
By IRENE DAYO Staff member
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Ampatuan patriarch is dead By Carolyn O. Arguillas of MindaNews
DAVAO City––Datu Andal Ampatuan, Sr. former three-term governor of Maguindanao and one of the principal suspects in the 2009 massacre of 58
persons in Ampatuan town, passed away at 10 p.m. on Friday, Eid’l Fitr, 42 days after he was admitted at a state-owned hospital in See dead, page A15
From left Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo O.Parojinog Sr. and Tourism Infrastructure Development Authority General Manager Mark Lapid confer with Department of Tourism (DOT) Regional Director Catalino Chan III for Northern Mindanao. Lapid reported that P25 million is ready to construct an Eco-Tourism Park in Ozamiz City. See full story on page 2. Mindanao Daily News photo by Gerry Lee Gorit
WITH only a few days left, the panel of judges for the 4th Mindanao Business Leader and Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 2016 met in one of the establishments in Limketkai Center in Cagayan de Oro City on July 15 for the judging. The award is an annual project of the BusinessWeek Mindanao Corporation under President and Chief Executive Officer Mr. Dante M. Sudaria. See honor, page A6
PWDs hope to strengthen Int’l flights inclusive development for all in Misor By Shaun Alejandrae Yap Uy of BusinessWeek Mindanao
CAGAYAN de Oro––The Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO) in collaboration with the Cagayan de Oro City Council on Disability Affairs (CdOCCDA) and the city government celebrated the 37th national disability prevention and rehabilitation weeks (July 12–23) with the theme: “Health and wellness of persons with disabilities, opportunities toward an inclusive development for all.” Newly-appointed Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO) head Melagros M. Maquiling encouraged all Persons with Disability (PWDs) to participate in the 1st Mindanao PWD Job Fair on July 22
from 12 noon to 5 in the afternoon. According to Maquiling, PWD job fairs have already been implemented in Luzon and Visayas, but this is only the first time in Mindanao. “It is disheartening to know that when PWDs join regular job fairs, they are denied the opportunity to secure a job just because they have disabilities; that is discrimination,” Maquiling lamented. Maquiling also served as National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) council member for the PWD sector. PWDs are invisible In the recent “Talakayan sa PIA,” hosted by the Philippine Information Agency in Region 10,
Maquiling, citing statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO), said that 10% to 18% of the population are PWDs. “If Cagayan de Oro has a population of 700,000 then we can expect about 70,000 PWDs in our city,” she said during the holding of the Talakayan sa PIA, hosted by the Philippine Information Agency in Region 10. The problem, according to Maquiling, is that these PWDs are “invisible” or in hiding perhaps due to embarrassment or insecurity. “I encourage all PWDs to come out in the open – the issue of disability is not our own issue but everyone’s issue, almost all senior See hope, page A15
airport in Q4 this year By Mark D. Francisco Staff member
CAGAYAN de Oro City–– The Laguindingan Airport in Misamis Oriental is expected to accommodate international flights by the last quarter of the year. Speaking in an event in Ozamiz City, Department of Tourism (DOT) Regional Director Catalino E. Chan III for Northern Mindanao reported that the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) is set to initially authorize flights coming from both Seoul and Busan in South Korea to Cagayan de Oro. See airport, page A15
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Tieza develops Ozamiz as conduit for NorMin-ZamPen tourism hub By Mark Francisco and Cheng Ordonez
ZAMIZ CITY - The Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (Tieza) is set to develop Misamis Occidental as a tourism conduit between Northern Mindanao and Zamboanga Peninsula. Tieza General Manager Mark T. Lapid said that with the ongoing construction of Panguil Bay bridge and the ongoing expansion of the Labo Airport in Ozamiz City, the entry of integrated resorts, here, is expected
in the next five years. “In an integrated resort, there will be a high-end shopping mall, a hotel, a casino, a golf course, amusement rides and convention halls all in one roof. We expected that to be the
sunshine industry here in the next half-decade or so,” Lapid said. Meanwhile, Mayor Reynaldo O. Parojinog Sr. said during the city Charter Day celebration, last Thursday, July 16, that Robinsons Malls is currently undertaking a study to build a shopping mall and hotel in this city by 2016. “We will be granting a seven-year tax holiday to Robinsons once that will be realized,” Parojinog assured. During his one-day
visit here last Thursday, coinciding with the 67th Charter Day anniversary of the city, Lapid also said Tieza has earmarked P25million initial budget to construct an eco-tourism park in Ozamiz City. By tranche, the park will feature kayaking, trekking, camping, cruising and diving offshore. This, even as the P600million expansion of Labo Airport is in full swing. By the last quarter of 2016, construction of a 12-hectare terminal would
be completed. Mayor Parojinog said the design of the expanded Labo Airport was matched to international standard so that it would be ready to accommodate international flights. Currently, there are 11 international airports in the country. Labo Airport is still classified as a community airport or a notch below principal domestic airport. Still, there are 40 hectares of airport property that could be utilized as
runways and navigational facilities should the plan to push it as an international airport be realized. With all these developments, Lapid is confident that more investors are expected in Ozamiz City, which was once the seat of regional government in Northern Mindanao during the Spanish era. When the Americans took over at the turn of the last century, Ozamiz was not prioritized and Cagayan de Oro became the new economic hub.
DTI launches 54 more Negosyo Centers MAKATI -- Fifty four Negosyo Centers has been launched as of July 10, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said. “This brings us to a total of 59 Centers now operating all over the country. Five of these became operational on the fourth quarter of 2014,”
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Region 12 Assitant Regional Director (ARD) and Negosyo Center National Program Office (NC-NPO) Program Manager Dorecita T. Delima said. Of the 59 centers, 16 are located in Mindanao, 12 are
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in Visayas, and 31 are in Luzon, or a share of 27%, 20%, and 53%, respectively. Majority of these centers are located in the various Local Government Units (LGUs) where the Centers are based, and in the DTI Regional and Provincial Offices nationwide. Only one
Center is academe-based while another is housed at a Chamber’s Office. The Digos Negosyo Center hosted by Cor Jesu College and the Davao City Negosyo Center hosted by the Davao City LGU and the Davao City Investment See DTI, page A8
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JOINT AFFIDAVIT OF UNDERTAKING We, ROGELIO G. TIRONA and PRISCILLA S. TIRONA, both of legal age, Filipino, and residents of RER Subd. Phase 1, Cagayan de Oro City, after being sworn to in accordance with law, do hereby depose and say that: 1. We are bondholders of Land Bank of the Philippines; 2. We applied for the replacement of our 10 year AR Bond No. 0144425 with Land Bank; 3. That should an adverse claim be filed within a period of two (2) years, Land Bank shall be relieved from any liability thereon. Done this ____ day of MAY 18, 2015 in Cagayan de Oro (SGD.) ROGELIO G. TIRONA (SGD.) PRISCILLA S. TIRONA Affiant Affiant SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this day of MAY 18, 2015 in Cagayan de Oro, affiants personally appeared before me exhibiting their Senior Citizen Identification Cards. Name Rogelio G. Tirona Priscilla S. Tirona
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Republic of the Philippines CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR’S OFFICE City of Davao NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Publication Notice R.A. 9048 July 20, 2015 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. Act No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that MA. VICENTA AGUILON IGNACIO filed with this Office a petition for Change of First Name docketed as CFN-1722-2015 from “MARIA TOMASA VICENTA” to “MA. VICENTA” in the Certificate of Live Birth of MARIA TOMASA VICENTA who was born on APRIL 27, 1961 at DAVAO CITY and whose parents are ARC HERALD ROJAS AGUILON and PACITA LANGCUYAN ULANG. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than July 31, 2015. Issued on 10th day of July, 2015 at Davao City, Philippines.
In Compliance with section 5 of R.A. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that MRS. DANIELA BALATERO BAGA has filed with this office a petition for a Change of First Name of her son from “JIFFREY” to “DANILO” in birth certificate of DANILO BALATERO BAGA who was born on December 8, 1962, at Migkanaway, Tangub City, Misamis Occidental and whose parents are Paterno Baga and Daniela Balatero. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her/ written opposition to this office not later than August 3, 2015.
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Mambajao tops 3rd-6th class municipalities category, Camiguin also a ‘top 10’ province By MIKE BAÑOS Editor at large
THE capital town of the smallest province in Northern Mindanao has emerged as the best performing local government unit in the recently concluded 3rd Regional Competitiveness Summit held last week in Manila. That smallest province didn’t do too badly in the rankings either. Camiguin emerged as the 10th Most Competitive Province in the newly created category for the 2015 Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index (CMCI), the second of Region 10’s 5 provinces ranked in the Top 10 Provinces,
second only to Misamis Oriental which ranked 2nd. Mambajao in Camiguin Island, about 10 kilometers off the northern coast of Mindanao, was ranked the Most Competitive Municipality by the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) in the newly created category of 3rd-6th Class Municipalities. Baler, Aurora was in second place, followed by Infanta, Quezon in third. And that’s not all. Among the 978 municipalities which participated in the ranking, Mambajao emerged with the most number of recognitions with three: 2nd under the Economic Dynamism Pillar, 2nd in the Government Efficiency
Pillar, and 1st in Overall Competitiveness. “For Mambajao, the recognition given to us is a signal to the whole world that we are open for business,” said Mambajao Mayor Ma. Luisa dela Fuente-Romualdo in a text message to this paper. “We have instilled within our town a culture of excellence that is conducive for business and that will foster greater progress and inclusive growth.” The new rankings are a marked improvement over the town’s first rankings in the 2013 Overall Competitiveness Rankings where it ranked 24th among the 163 participating municipalities. Even then, Mambajao already placed 4th in infra-
structure with municipalities ranked under a single category. For the 2015 rankings, NCC created two categories for municipalities: 1st-2nd Class and 3rd to 4th class. Mambajao topped 516 municipalities in the latter category to emerge as the Most Competitive Municipality for 2015. Mambajao is a third class municipality in the province of Camiguin. Founded in 1855, it is the capital and largest municipality of Camiguin. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 36,435 people. Mambajao is one of Camiguin’s most visited destinations with natural and cultural attractions such as the San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish, Ardent Hot Sprint and White Island. It also houses most of the business establishments in Camiguin which are mostly engaged in wholesale and retail trade and services.
The Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index (CMCI) which the NCC presents in its annual Regional Competitiveness Summit measures competitiveness at the local government level using 28 indicators grouped into three equally-weighted pillars: Economic Dynamism, Government Efficiency, and Infrastructure. Scores on each pillar were combined to form the overall score used to rank cities and municipalities. In a post at its website http://www.competitive.org. ph/stories/1134, the NCC explained it introduced a new method to rank the qualified provinces and select the most competitive ones for the index. For a province to qualify in the ranking, the NCC said the combined population of all participating LGUs under the province should constitute at least 60% of the Total Provin-
cial Population. For those provinces which qualify given this specific condition, the scoring is calculated as the population and income weighted average of the LGUs covered. Scores of the LGUs covered are then aggregated. (- See more at: http://www.competitive. org.ph/stories/1134#sthash. N01klPhI.dpuf ) Previously, the NCC conferred awards for the Top 3 Overall Most Competitive Cities and Municipalities and also recognized the Top 3 Most Competitive Cities and Municipalities per pillar (Economic Dynamism, Government Efficiency, and Infrastructure). To more accurately gauge the competitiveness of the localities, NCC introduced new award categories during the summit: Provinces, 3rd to 6th Class Municipalities, 1st to 2nd Class Municipalities, Component Cities, and Highly Urbanized Cities. See MAMBAJAO, page A15
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Power is not enough! D o we appreciate the leader who has absolute power? Are we proud of having the most powerful leader? How should our leader be then? The first two questions should lead us to have No answer. But, we have to discuss the third one. Power is not enough for any leader we have. When we have an absolute power in any country, we will have a nightmare life. This absolute power tends to make any nation live in blindness in terms of public policies. Power tends to corrupt, while absolute power corrupts absolutely (John Acton, 1837 to 1869). In terms of good governance, an absolute power creates more problems. One of the serious problems is the information asymmetry. Any policy which involves public interest is always closed. Only limited parties see both the good and bad impact of that policy on public. This is due to that fact that all policies which pertain to the public interest are never disclosed. Yet, it may lead, sooner or later, to a crucial problem. We have learned a lot of experience in any nation, with fully closed-decision making, ended with many
serious problems. The public or people are not given enough information while only the policy makers have a monopoly of information concerning the policy they stipulated. That is information asymmetry. It is dangerous in any country and any organization. It is an imbalance of information between policy makers and public or people. The policy makers know more but public do not. In that case above, the second question whether we are proud of having the most powerful leader can be responded with No answer. But, now how should our leader be? In this case, we can refer to John Maxwell, stating that leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others. People in any country must be the great asset for the nation development. They are not objects to be manipulated. They need to be empowered. In order they can have power for building and developing their country, we can educate them. Finally, we admit that education is the first step for nation development. Education can enlighten
the nation. The educated people can be our good quality human resources. When we have good quality of the people in our country, we have great asset. In that case, we can empower our nation. The more the people get busy with the policy leading to development, the more activities in our country. The more we don’t empower our nation, the less development occurs in our country. In making public policies, the leaders should involve the people. They should let the people know that the public policy decisions being made are really for improving the nation. This can eventually decrease the information asymmetr y in any country because they get involved. Public policies are all related to the na-
tion development for all. All projects enhancing the nation development can be planned and exposed to public—good governance. People get busy because they are empowered. By involving the people doing all the projects for developing the country, the leaders not only have power but they also make their people empowered. So, power is not enough for being good leaders. Being open to public and minimizing asymmetr y information can lead to better life of the nation. If the leaders empower others, there willl be no people shouting for clarification. No public ask for disclosure. And, no one shouts for good governance. Dr. Djuwari Sarkawi is the Director of Language Laboratory, STIE Perbanas Surabaya. He is also, the guest lecturer at Ottimmo International Mastergourmet Academy, Surabaya; The advisor of Indonesia Association of Press Practitioners/ Journalists in East Java province (HIPSI), Indonesia. He is also the president of the International Association of Scholarly Publishers, Editors, and Reviewers (IASPER).
Entry of Rodriguez changes the political ambiance
No doubt, the EmanoMoreno rematch for the CHENG ORDOÑEZ URIEL C. QUILINGUING Cagayan De Oro City’s Associate Editor Contributing Editor mayoral post would be a much-awaited event next MARK FRANCISCO Arjay Felicilda year. Many political obLifestyle Editor Assistant Editor servers share a common GILBERT Y. CHAO gerry lee gorit perception that the rematch Motoring Editor Photo Journalist would end all the “ifs and buts” that hound Moreno’s felix santillan ROEL CATOTO EDSEL BANTOL Provincial Editor-Surigao election to office in the Layout Artists 2010 mayoral contest. PAT SAMONTE Before anything else, let irene dayo CHRIS PANGANIBAN us not forget that we are Reporter-NorthMin Regional Editors-Caraga talking about a presumptive JOE PALABAO MARLON GAYOG condition where Emano Rene Michael BaÑos Regional Editor-Davao decides to run for mayor Regional Editors-Northmin in 2016. Nevertheless, if Emano would forego the AL JACINTO JOE FELICILDA Regional Editor-WestMin Editorial Consultant idea of running for the mayoral post, the political ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI atmosphere would, then be NOTARY PUBLIC- JUNI LAW OFFICE different. CELL NO: 09352379999/ (088) 8573595 Anyway, an aberration of CRUZ TAAL ST., CAG. DE ORO CITY the local political scenario Legal Counsel --------------------------------------------------------------will also take place should bureau and mktg staff an ot h e r c h a l l e nge r ( s ) candy macabale - 09161326483 comes in. There are a lot RIZA O. ARES - 0915-9753277/0920-9600223 MISOR - LOLONG NABONG - 0906-875-8650 too many names coming GINGOOG CITY-MANNY ANSIHAGAN-0936-287-7788 out this early. The most North Buk. - DAHLIA S. BENEMERITO-0936-303-0410 popular is that of Rep. VALENCIA CITY - PHILIP PHIL CALUMBA-0905-652-5407 Rufus Rodriguez, Second KIBAWE, BUKIDNON - ROSEMARY GENON MARAMAG - TITA FINA CUALES - 0926-336-1585 District of Cagayan De Oro. Iligan City - JEFFREY OPONDA-0936-1174378 Rodriguez is now in his tubod - louie bukod-0948-1323348 last term. While Rodriguez bobby mag usara-tangub city OROQUIETA CITY - PJ TREMEDAL-0919-3452375 might fancy the idea of ARMM - Sony Sudaria-0947-4810371 cotabato - ANALISA ESPAÑOLA-0916-9351714 davao - MARLON GAYOG-09276314995 davao - tom a. caballero-09105783126 davao - tomas canoy avancena jr.-09177017010 davao del norte - sarah castor - 09263988293 davao occidental - alma ORTIZ - 09058532215 davao city/island samal - jessie palabao -0935-874-9825/ -0946-242-6672 digos city, dvo sur & kidapawan - romeo d. sanchez davao city - flaviano mahinay davao city - rene s. arias (Photo Journalist,) mati, davao - ronald “sanchez” sicad - 0936-704-2580 butuan - PAT SAMONTE-0912-8091093 san frans - CRIS PANGANIBAN-09277974193 San Francisco - deding PANGANBAN-0927-7974193 Pagadian City - GRACE FRANCISCO Member: ORO CHAMBER Philippine Press Institute
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running for senator in the 2016, the Congressman has not made any categorical decision. Assuming that Rodriguez will decide to run for the mayoral post in 2016, a shakeup in the local political setting would take place. The prize rematch of the Emano-Moreno clash would lose steam. The political balance would shift toward the EmanoRodriguez bout. As we have discussed in previous columns, if Rodriguez would decide to run for Mayor, Moreno would become a “sacrificial lamb.” Without a political
base, Moreno would transform into a “nuisance” candidate. In short, unless a “fortuitous event” takes place, Moreno’s chances of winning is doomed. The fortuitous event would definitely become another intense issue. That is another story. The point is that a political battle between Emano and Rodriguez would have a repercussion in the city’s political geography. Rodriguez claims to be in control of 24 to 26 villages – mostly in the urban center while Emano controls the remaining 76 villages in the city’s 80 villages. We will have more on this issue in the coming days. ****** -O-******* A riding in tandem suspects waylaid a senior army officer in Patag, Cagayan De Oro City, Thursday morning. The incident sent anxiety among the residents near a subdivision there. While the upsurge of crime incidence continues to hound the regional trading of Cagayan De Oro, the ambush slay-attempt of a
top army officer sounds alarming. It is also an irony that the slay-attempt took place within the perimeter of the region’s largest military camp – the 4th Infantry Division. The military is equally concerned that its intelligence community is now working to determine the motive of the ambuscade. While the incident was a purely police matter, the military could not but be apprehensive until the motive is known. What bothers the military is the notion that the ambuscade could have been part of a “terror’ plan designed to pick on ranking military officials. The police now handle the case. The early resolution of the incident would certainly lead to the identification of the suspects. Once the suspects and the motive of the slay attempt are established, the anxieties of the residents and the military would also be put to rest. -0- send comments/ reaction: crisguardian@ yahoo.com
Daily Inspiration “How can you think of saying to your friend, ‘Let me help you get rid of that speck in you eye,’ when you can’t see past the log in your own eye?” Matthew 7:4
Often we like to tell other people what to do and how to do it as if we know everything. We exaggerate our experience or our knowledge to get someone
to straighten up. However, we cannot control other. The one thing we can control is ourselves. When we examine ourselves, we find the issue our friend struggles with is the same issue we ourselves struggle with. Rather than pointing out the fault with our friends, let’s take a deep look at ourselves to see what is the heart of the issue. Then we can truly make a difference in ourselves.
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200 families lose homes in P10M blaze in Butuan By PAT SAMONTE, Caraga Regional Editor
BUTUAN City -- At least 200 families were left homeless in a two-hour fire that brought to the ground some 203 residential houses, boarding houses and sari-sari stores at Lopez Jaena Street, and Villanueva Extension, Purok 2, Barangay Tandang Sora here last Thursday evening. The blaze, which the local fire station said started at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. General Alfredo Rincal at around 9:54 pm, quickly NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of spouses MARCOS TECSON and DIOSDADA TECSON, who both died intestate at Poblacion, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur on July 3, 1999 and May 9, 1999, respectively, consisting of a parcel of land (Lot No. 804, Pls-43) located at Awa, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur registered in the name Marcos Tecson under OCT No. P-6541, containing an area of 111,191 square meters, is the subject of a DEED OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION made and executed by deceased Marcos Tecson and Diosdada Tecson’s only heirs, namely, Fe T. Cepeda, Cristito C. Tecson, Beatriz T. Tecson, Delia C. Tecson, Ma. Louisa T. Garredo, Rene C. Tecson and Dan J. Tecson, adjudicating, dividing and apportioning above-mentioned real property in the following manner: 1) To Fe T. Cepeda Lot No. 804-D, containing an area of 15,889 square meters; 2) To Cristito C. Tecson Lot No. 804-A, containing an area of 15,880 square meters; 3) To Beatriz T. Tecson Lot No. 804-C, containing an area of 15,889 square meters; 4) To Delia C. Tecson Lot No. 804-E, containing an area of 15,886 square meters; 5) To Ma. Louisa T. Tecson Lot No. 804-F, containing an area of 15,884 square meters; 6) To Rene C. Tecson Lot No. 804-G, containing an area of 14,338 square meters; and 7) To Dan J. Tecson Lot No. 804-B, containing an area of 15,883 square meters, per Doc. No. 401; Page No. 40; Book No. XXVII; Series of 2015 of the Notarial Regisitry of Germiniano A. Demecillo, Jr., Notary Public at Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur until December 31, 2015 PTR No. 5861038 – 1-05-15.
spread to neighboring homes mostly made of light materials. Mrs. Asuncion Quiñones of Lopez Jaena Street said that when neighbors announced the fire, she immediately ran outside her home without her belongings. She said “Things happened so fast that she couldn’t do anything as her residence was “eaten up by the raging inferno.” SFO1 Rogelio Gonzales of the Bureau of Fire Protection said two firetrucks and crew from the Butuan City Central Fire Station immediately responded and
FIRE AFTERMATH. Mrs. Asuncion Quiñones (left photo) lost her home and all her belongings during the July 16, 2015 Butuan fire. Right photo shows children sifting through debris to look for valuable things they can retrieve the morning after the blaze. photos by pat samonte
tried to put out the blaze. Moments later, two firetrucks and crews from the AgusanFilipino Chinese Volunteer Fire Brigade Foundation, one firetruck and crew from Gaisano Volunteer Fire Brigade and a water tanker from the Butuan City local government. Firetrucks and crews
from the Agusan del Norte provincial fire marshal, Bayugan City Fire Station and neighboring municipal fire stations arrived an hour later as the blaze reached general alarm, Gonzales said. The fire was declared under control at around 12:30 am. No fatality or
Local fire protection authorities said cause of the fire was still being investigated. (With Obet Samonte)
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Mr. Sudaria, also the publisher of the triweekly BusinessWeek Mindanao (BWM) and the Mindanao Daily News (MDN), said the project aims to recognize businessmen and entrepreneurs who have helped propel the economy of Mindanao, as well as the nation. Mr. Allan Mediante, the awards executive director and editor in chief of Mindanao Daily News, said the panel of judges chose the “Top 3” for each of the categories that include Agro-industry Leader, Multi-purpose C ooperative, Mega Entrepreneur, Micro Entrepreneur, Hotel Industry, Resort and Entertainment, Franchisor in food, Franchisee in food, Food Manufacturing and Housing Development. The judges include STEAG State Power Inc.’s Community Development and Public Relations Manager, Ms. Maria Teresa R. Alegrio; Misamis Oriental Medical Society President, Dr. Ferdie Miranda; Department of Environmental Resources – Region 10 Director, Ms. Ruth Ta w a n t a w a n ; O r o Chamber President and Executive Director, Engr. Cerael C. Donggay; Philippine Management Association of the Philippines Trustee for Mindanao, Ms. Jojo Ortiz; PNB Branch Manager, Ms. Lina Estrella Faburada; Regional Association of Government Communicators President, Ms. Merlyn Ybanez; Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro President, Mr. Crisanto Parojinog; and Cagayan de Oro Press Club President, Ka. Jerry Orcullo. Mediante said the judges picked up the “Top 3” based on the prov ide d infor mation gathered from the nominated companies and the following criteria: Best Practices, Corporate Social Undertakings, Degree of Innovation, Creative and Ingenious and Production or Extent of Expansion on both local and international markets. The result will be an nou nc e d on t he Awards Night on July 25, 2015 at Centrio Ayala Mall in Cagayan de Oro City.
Fly ash-reinforced firebricks, blocks, environment-friendly By BONG D. FABE Contributing Editor
VILLANUEVA, Misamis Oriental — “AKONG ikagarantiya nga sulod sa unom ka tuig dili mapudpod ning among hollowblocks ug pavers bisan walay finishing (I guarantee that within six years, our hollowblocks and pavers will not wear off or go brittle even without finishing).” Elias Esgana, 65, officerin-charge of the Reinforced Firebricks and Blocks-Making Project of the Municipality of Villanueva, Misamis Oriental, made this strong pitch for his products touted to be environment-friendly, the first of its kind in the Philippines. And as for its firebricks, the Project’s main product, Esgana guarantees that it is unlike any other bricks and vouched for its durability. The Reinforced Firebricks and Blocks-Making Project was initiated by the local government unit of Villanueva in 2007 and is strongly supported by the STEAG State Power, Inc. (SPI), which supplies the fly ash for the manufacture of the bricks, blocks and other materials for construction. It is funded by the LGU’s share in SPI’s electricity sales under the ER 1-94 program of the Department of Energy (DOE). Aside from reducing the carbon footprint of SPI, the Project also effectively recycles and reuses so-called “wastes” materials to make durable firebricks, hollowblocks, pavers and others — the first of its kind in the entire Philippines. Helps save the environment Fly ash is one of the largest types of waste generated in the power/electricity industry in the Philippines. It contains a toxic stew of chemicals including lead, arsenic, mercury and radioactive uranium, depending on the type of coal used. But this does not mean it cannot be reused to benefit mankind. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), beneficial uses of fly ash include serving as a raw material in bricks, blocks, concrete, grout and cement or as a fill material in stabilization projects and road beds. For EPA, “beneficial use” of waste products is defined as “the reuse in a product that provides a functional
Reinforced Firebricks and Blocks-Making Project officer-in-charge Elias Esgana explaining the benefits of the project to the environment. Mindanao Daily News photo by Bong D. Fabe
benefit, replaces a product made from virgin raw materials, conserves natural resources and meets product specifications and industry standards. Beneficial use of waste products can contribute to a sustainable future by reducing production costs, reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gasses.” “Environment-friendly gyud kining atong bricks, blocks ug uban pang mga produkto dinhi kay tungod sa fly ash gikan sa SPI menos na man ang atong ginakuha nga topsoil para sa atong bricks. Unya ang mga buak nga bricks ato gihapong gina-recycle ug ginagamit para ubang materyales (Our bricks, blocks and other products are really environment-friendly because with the fly ash from SPI we have reduced our use of topsoil for our bricks. Also broken bricks are recycled and used in the manufacture of other materials),” Manong Elias said. Instead of dumping them in landfill, SPI delivers the fly ash to the firebricks factory located just a few meters from the power plant’s main gates. Then the workers mixed the fly ash with soil and then put them in brick molders. Manong Elias and his five workers used a 50:50 soil-fly ash ratio in making bricks. After molding the bricks, they are left to dry for 20 days before cooking
them in the kiln/oven for 24 hours. Villanueva’s Project is producing an average of 2,500 bricks/day “if everything is in good running condition, including our men,” he said. “Gawas sa trabaho alang sa akong mga workers, maayo usab kini kay makatabang ta sa atong kinaiyahan (Aside from providing livelihood to our workers, this is also good as we are able to help our environment),” he added. Nu m e r o u s s t u d i e s showed that fly ash is also used as one of the main materials in the manufacture of ceramic tiles, glass, cement, and sintered material. In Macedonia, fly ash is being used as a soil amendment to neutralize a soil’s acidity to encourage revegetation. “Nakatabang ta og dako sa kinaiyahan kay ato mang gamiton isip sugnod ang mga bunot ug mga biya sa mga bansohan diri. Kung wala kita, ipanglabay ra man ni nila (We are helping the environment because we are using as fuel for our kiln coconut husks and other wastes from wood processing plants here. If we are not here, these will just be thrown away),” he stressed. Researchers like Henry Liu, president of the Ecological Tech Company, found out that bricks made with fly ash are safer as it pulls minute amounts of mercury
from ambient air. Studies also showed that fly ash firebricks will not have a negative impact on indoor air quality. From an environmental and economical point of view, using fly ash in firebricks and blocks-making preserves the environment, protects the health of people and saves money on raw materials. Thus, the use of fly ash contributes to preserve resources. More economical As early as 1914, the United States already recognized fly ash as a “suitable pozzolanic material” after engineers found out that fly ash increases the overall strength of cement and other materials it is mixed with. Fly ash is generated during the combustion of coal in coal-fired power plants. The ash is composed of tiny and almost spherical particles. The major constituents of fly ashes are silica, alumina, iron oxides, unburnt carbon etc. The principal group of minerals found in fly ashes are mullite, magnetite, haematite, quartz and glass. Fly ash is increasingly being used throughout the world as ingredient for bricks and a variety of recipes have emerged. Fly ash firebricks get their strength and durability from the chemical reaction of fly ash with water, which is sealed during the “baking” process.
The use of fly ash-mixed firebricks or hollowblocks made of 50 percent fly ash and 50 percent cement-sand mix in house construction or any construction project is cheaper than using concrete and hollowblocks, Manong Elias said. He said that even Pastor Emmanuel “Manny” Alkuino, himself a manufacturer of reinforced firebricks in Valencia City, “believed” in the fly ash-reinforced firebricks the Project is making. He said the fly ash-reinforced firebricks save up to 50% on cement; is five times stronger than concrete hallowblocks; will save up to 40% on total construction cost; have very good refractory qualities; ideal for making comfortable homes; resistant to termites; and does not need any paint as it is naturally beautiful. “Makamenus pa jud sila sa gasto sa pagpapintal kay among bricks ug hollowblocks diri sinew man so dili na kinahanglan nga pintalan pa. Ang bricks pud mag-usab-usab ang shade sa iyang kolor depende to panahon. Ug kung bricks imong balay, bugnaw siya (They can also save on the cost of paint because our bricks and hollowblocks are smooth so they no longer need any paint job. The bricks also changes its color shade depending on the weather. And if you have a brick house, it is cool),” he said. For those who like to use concrete in construction projects, Manong Elias recommends using fly ash instead of pure sand to save on cost since fly ash mixed in concrete produces a high strength concrete that accommodates the design of thinner sections, reduces the risk of thermal cracking in large concrete applications, permits design flexibility accommodating curves, arches and other architectural effects, contributes to the aesthetic appearance of the concrete, and increased durability, among others. He also encouraged commercial hollowblocks makers to incorporate fly ash in their products to make it cheaper but more durable and fireproof. Manong Elias and his workers are also now experimenting on making pots and cookingwares, charcoal burner, and shingles. (Bong D.Fabe)
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Republic of the Philippines PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL MUNICIPALITY OF TAGOLOAN Barangay Santa Ana ooOoo OFFICE OF THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY EXCERPTS FROM THE MINUTES OF THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY SPECIAL SESSION OF BARANGAY SANTA ANA, TAGOLOAN, MISAMIS ORIENTAL, HELD AT BARANGAY SESSION HALL ON SEPTEMBER 29, 2014. Present :
Hon. Decoroso D. Ragandang Hon. Elmo D. Ragandang Hon. Triponia S. Dagus Hon. Gene D. Bagay Hon. Patrio J. Achas, Jr. Hon. Santos J. Escabarte, Jr. Hon. Meg C. Cabanilla Hon. Edmundo Y. Quilang
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Absent : None ORDINANCE NO. 01, S. 2014 (Explanatory Note) WHEREAS, Section 152 of R.A. 7160 otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991, empowers the barangay to levy taxes, service fees and other charges which exclusively accrue to it; WHEREAS, there is an imperative need to raise additional funds for essential development projects of the barangay through the imposition of authorized taxes, service fees and other charges; NOW THEREFORE, after proper deliberation on the matter and on unanimous motion of all members of the council present, it was RESOLVED as it is hereby resolved to amend an Ordinance. ORDINANCE NO. 01, S. 2014 “AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 03, SERIES OF 2002 IMPOSING THE PAYMENT OF THE BARANGAY CLEARANCE, CERTIFICATION, PERMITS AND OTHER FEES AND CHARGES.”
Nutrition and Education. Kindergarten students at Tomas Cabili National Highschool enjoy healthy and nutritious ensaymada from Pilmico. photo provided
Pilmico feeding program nourishes 5,000 kids ILIGAN City -- More than 5,000 school children across ten elementary schools here have received nourishment assistance from Aboitiz food subsidiary Pilmico Foods Corporation (Pilmico) through its Kutitap feeding program in the last two years. The food unit is signed last July 3, a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Education (DepEd) and Aboitiz Group social development arm Aboitiz Foundation at the Iligan City Schools Division Office, opening year three of the program. The new target is to reach out to 4,500 kindergarten and first and second grade students from 13 schools in the area. These beneficiar y schools include: Kiwalan ES, Luinab ES, Bagong Silang ES, Acmac ES, Dalipuga Central School, Kalubihon ES, Severo-Sara Memorial School, Tubod ES, Tomas Cabili National HS-Annex School Children, Victor G. Guevarra Memorial School, Villaverde ES, Ubaldo Laya Memorial School, and Doña Josefa Celdran Memorial School. Pilmico launched Kutitap to address undernutrition initially among kindergarten and Grade 1 students, consequently helping increase school participation, improve cognitive learning, and reduce drop out rates among the kids. “This feeding program strengthens our commitment to be a partner for growth to the communities where we operate,” said Pilmico President and CEO Sabin M. Aboitiz. He added that the project also aims to help small time ERRATUM In connection with the Notice for Publication of JUNAIRA S. ALI, a petition for Change of First Name published on June 25, & July 2, 2015, the correct should be JUNAIRA S. ALI, not as published.
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bakeries in the area grow their business as they will serve as the suppliers of bread snacks. Pilmico will distribute healthy and nutritious bread snacks to target students three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) for 38 weeks or one school year. The partner schools, meanwhile, will monitor the children’s weight and height progress on a monthly basis and compare findings with the established nutrition stats from DepEd .
The bread snacks include cheese bread, king roll, raisin bread, choco bread, star bread, ensaymada, and pan de coco. Pilmico is providing its customers with high quality wheat flour and related products since 1962. It also excels in swine production and animal feeds businesses. With its consistent excellence and top-notch products, the company ensures its market competitiveness through increases customer satisfaction.
EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS
4311-H & 4311-I, all of Psd-10-003023 situated in the Barangay of Patag, City of Cagayan de Oro. Containing an area of TWO HUNDRED THIRTY THREE SQ. M. (233), is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS, made and executed by and between: RIXIE S. GALES, of legal age, single, and a resident of Cagayan de Oro City; NATHAN S. GALES, of legal age, single, and a resident of Cagayan de Oro City; FLORENCIA S. GALES, of legal age, widow and a resident of Cagayan de Oro City; the above-named wife and children as his sole and only heirs. That RIXIE S. GALES and NATHAN S. GALES have irrevocably waived and relinquished all their rights, interests and participation in the above-described conjugal share of their deceased father BEBINO GALES, as they hereby irrevocably waive and relinquish unto and in favor of their mother and co-heir FLORENCIA S. GALES. Notary Public of ATTY. EMMANUEL A. GAABUCAYAN, per Doc. No. 386; Page No. 78; Book No. V; Series of 2003.
Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late BEBINO GALES, died on January 11, 2003 in Gingoog City, leaving behind his above-named wife and children as his sole and only heirs; at the time of his death, left behind two parcels of land covered by TCT Nos. T-49123 and T-93021 located at Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City and Patag, Cagayan de Oro City respectively which properties are more particularly described hereunder: TCT No. T-49123 “A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 3-G, Psd-10-009063) being a portion of Lot 3, Pcs-10-000086) situated in the Barrio of Bulua, City of Cagayan de Oro, Province of Misamis Oriental. Containing an area of ONE HUNDRED FORTY (140) square meters more or less. TCT No. T-93021 “A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 9 Block 18, of the Cons. Subd. Plan Pcs-10-001272 being a portion of Lot 4315-D-1, 4315-D-2, 4315-D-4, Psd-10-0088620 lots 4315-E, 4315-H, 4315-I & 4315-K, all of Psd-10-000112 lots 4315-G-1, 4315-G-2, 4315-G-3 & 4315-G-4, Psd-10-008603 and lots DEED OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late MARGARITA BATUTAY, who died intestate on October 28, 2014 at Poblacion, Gitagum, Misamis Oriental; at the time of her death left a Parcel of Land, more particularly described as follows to wit; Tax Declaration No. 08-19-0001-00496 “A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 12972-P), situated in the Barrio of Poblacion, Mun. of Gitagum, Province of Misamis Oriental. Containing an area of FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED NINETEEN (5,519) SQUARE METERS, more or less, is the subject of DEED OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE, made and entered namely; SOTERA M. CAGUBCOB, of legal age, married, Filipino; ALFREDO B. MAGHANOY (dec.) rep. by: JESSIE B. MAGHANOY, of legal age, married, Filipino; VICTOR B. MAGHANOY (dec.), rep. by: GABRIEL MAGHANOY, of legal age, married, Filipino; PEDRA P. GONZALES, of legal age, married, Filipino; BONIFACIA P. CENAS, of legal age, married, Filipino; MATILDE P. MICUTUAN, of legal age, married,
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Filipino; JOSEFA P. CORDOVA, of legal age, married, Filipino; ANNA P. PEQUIRO, of legal age, married, Filipino; FELIX PACULBA, of legal age, married, Filipino; PROCESO PACULBA (dec.), rep. by: DANTE PACULBA, of legal age, married, Filipino; and NESTOR B. PACULBA, of legal age, married, Filipino and residents of Poblacion, Gitagum, Misamis Oriental, are the only, sole legitimate, and surviving legal heirs of the Late MARGARITA BATUTAY. That for and in consideration of the sum of FIFTY THOUSAND (P50,000.00) PESOS, is hereby acknowledged from the Vendee ESTHER M. RUEDAS, of legal age, married to ROLAND RUEDAS, Filipino and resident of Gitagum, Misamis Oriental, hereby CEDE, SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY, portion of the above-described Agricultural/Residential Land, known as Lot No. 12972-G-1, with an area of ONE THOUSAND (1,000) Square Meters, more or less, to be delineated by a competent surveyor, unto and infavor to said Vendee ESTHER M. RUEDAS. Under Notary public of ATTY. BUENAVENTURA E. SAGRADO; As per Doc. No. 315; Page No. 63; Book No. 100; Series of 2015. MDN: JULY 6, 13 & 20, 2015
BE IT ORDAINED by the Sangguniang Barangay of Santa Ana, Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental, that: SECTION 1. Title. This Ordinance shall be known as AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 03, SERIES OF 2002 IMPOSING THE PAYMENT OF THE BARANGAY CLEARANCE, CERTIFICATION, PERMITS AND OTHER FEES AND CHARGES. SECTION 2. Regulated Acts. This Ordinance shall apply to all private individuals or persons seek a barangay clearance, certification and permit in our Barangay; SECTION 3. Rules and Regulations. a.) For any individuals who wants to do or renew business or commercial establishment permit in the Barangay. He/She must first file an application from the Barangay Secretary and to be inspected by the concerned committees (Environmental Protection, Health and Sanitation, Peace and Order, Infrastructure) together with the assigned Sangguniang Barangay Member where the proposed business or commercial establishment is located. Then the checklist will be forwarded to the Punong Barangay for his/her approval. Once the application is approved, a clearance or certification or permit will be issued and to be released by the Barangay Treasurer upon paying the corresponding obligations. b.) In the case of individuals who want to secure Barangay clearance, certification, endorsement and permit must first obtain a Zone clearance from the designated Zone Leader where he/she permanently resides. Then the Barangay Secretary prepares the issuance of the needed document(s) for the approval of the Punong Barangay. Again once the needed document(s) approved by the Punonn Barangay, it will be released at the Barangay Treasurer upon paying corresponding obligations. And the fixed amount is hereby imposed on the following: A. Barangay Clearance: 1. For Employment purposes 1.1 Local employment 1.2 Foreign employment 2. For Sari-sari Store 3. For Retailer Store 4. For Wholesaler/Peddler, Gen Merchandise Store 5. For Hardware Store 6. For Pharmacy Store 7. For Carenderia/Eatery 8. For Restaurant/Bar/Foodhaus/Catering Services 9. For Banana buyer 10. For Corn/Copra/Cassava Buyer 11. For Papaya grower (yearly per hectare) 12. For Mango sprayer 13. For Business Establishment Rental 14. For House Rental, Pads, Apartments, Boarding 15. Houses, land rental 16. For Banana/Pineapple Grower 16.1 Local Investor 16.2 Foreign Investor 17. For Other Purposes 18. To operate poultry farm (per Building) 19. To operate Slaughter house/Dressing Plant, Band Saw mill (per table) 20. To operate Cement/Asphalt Batching Plant 21. To operating Stone Crushing Plant 22. To operate Rice/Corn mill, manpower services 23. To extract Sand and Gravel (paying of clearance regardless of volume) 24. To operate internet café (per unit) 25. To operate Video-K 26. To operate Billiard hall (per table) 27. To operate Vulcanizing shop (per location) 28. To operate Automotive/Junk/Upholstery/Welding Shop 29. To operate Car Wash Shop 30. To operate Lending Services 31. To operate Thresher/Sheller B.
Barangay Permit (Use of Facilities) : 1. To sponsor Benefit dance 2. To hold a Disco 3. To hold an Exhibit (per daytime) 4. To conduct Raffle draw/Bingo for a Cause 5. To hold a Fun Run/Reunion/Competition 6. To organize an Event/Fashion show
Travel Permit : 1. Pig and goat (per head) 2. Cow, carabao and horse (per head)
Php 35.00 65.00 400.00 500.00 600.00 1,000.00 500.00 400.00 1,000.00 600.00 300.00 600.00 1,500.00 600.00 400.00 300.00 500.00 50.00 750.00 2,500.00 3,500.00 5,000.00 1,500.00 2,500.00 150.00 500.00 300.00 300.00 1,000.00 500.00 1,000.00 300.00 100.00 200.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 25.00 50.00
D. Service Fee: 1. Multi-Purpose Hall Function Room (per hour) 2. Covered Court (per hour) 3. Water usage (per drum) 4. Lawn mower (per half liter) 5. Barangay Ambulance 5.1 between life and death 5.2 accident FREE 5.3 for Senior Citizen FREE 5.4 for Person with Disability 5.5 for Special Child FREE 5.6 for check-up (to CDOC hospital) 5.7 for pregnant (to Tagoloan Health Center) 5.8 for pregnant (to CDOC hospital) 5.9 for Special Trip (case to case basis) 5.9.1 to CDO City 5.9.2 to outside CDOC/Region X (fuel charge to requesting party) E.
100.00 100.00 20.00 30.00 FREE FREE 150.00 75.00 150.00 300.00 500.00
Filing Fees : 1. For family/relatives/neighbor disputes 2. For Slight Physical injury 3. For Land/Boundary disputes (complaint) 4. For Life threatening 5. For Collection of Sum of Money 6. For Damage to Property 7. For Public disturbance 8. For Certificate to file action 9. For other purposes
100.00 200.00 150.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 100.00 100.00 100.00
SECTION 4. Exemptions. Any individuals who belong or categorized as poorest of the poor by the National Government through 4P’s who are currently a beneficiary is exempted in the payment when securing a Barangay clearance for employment purposes only. As well as Senior Citizen and the representative or a direct family member who will secure a clearance or an endorsement for the processing of death certificate are also exempted. SECTION 5. Penalty. Violation of any provision of this Ordinance shall be punished by a fine of the following: 1st Offense - Php 500.00 2nd Offense - 700.00 3rd Offense - 1,000.00 and cancellation of permit SECTION 6. Repealing Clause. All Ordinances, Rules and Regulations, or parts thereof, whose provisions are in conflict with, or contrary to the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed, amended and modified accordingly. SECTION 7. Effectivity Clause. This Ordinance shall take effect after thirty (30) days from the date of approval. We hereby certify to the correctness of the foregoing Ordinance, which was duly enacted and approved by the Sangguniang Barangay during its special session held on September 29, 2014.
Certified True and Correct:
(Sgd.) ELVESSA N. CASIÑO Barangay Secretary Attested and certified to be duly enacted: (Sgd.) HON. DECOROSO D. RAGANDANG Presiding Officer Approved September 29, 2014 (Sgd.) HON. ELMO D. RAGANDANG (Sgd.) HON. MEG C. CABANILLA SB Member SB Member (Sgd.) HON. GENE D. BAGAY (Sgd.) HON. PATRIO J. ACHAS, JR. SB Member SB Member (Sgd.) HON. TRIPONIA S. DAGUS (Sgd.) HON. SANTOS J. ESCABARTE, JR. SB Member SB Member (Sgd.) HON. EDMUNDO Y. QUILANG SB Member (Sgd.) HON. DECOROSO D. RAGANDANG Punong Barangay MDN: July 20, 2015
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BOI chief welcomes govt’s action on Mamasapano incident D
By Joey Sem G. Dalumpines
AVAO CITY -- The chief of the Board of Inquiry investigating the Mamasapano Encounter in Maguindanao last January 25 welcomed the government action on the many recommendations to pursue justice for the victims in the incident. Police Director Benjamin Magalong, chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group, said the liability of the aggressors is currently investigated by the National Bureau of Investigation. He also said the liabil-
ity of the police officers and personnel who were involved in the operation is also probed by the Ombudsman and the Internal Affairs Service of the Philippine National Police. “We are very much satisfied with the post actions being done by different concerned agencies,” Magalong said. He said the Office of the Ombudsman also investigates the administrative side of the operation. Ma g a l ong s ai d t h e awards for the fallen policemen are also deliberated
by the awards committee of the PNP. “The financial support for the families of the victims is given. The other day, P20 million was released from the donations of private individuals, and corporations for the families of the SAF 44 and their wounded companions,” he said. Magalong also revealed that the promotion of the police personnel involved is also being deliberated, while the investigation on the defective equipment and ammunitions goes on with the review on the procurement plan for equipment.
DTI DavNor hands P1.7-M to San Isidro for Cacao DAVAO DEL NORTE -- The Department of Trade and Industry – Davao del Norte turned over recently a check amounting to P1.7-million to the municipality of San Isidro at their municipal hall. According to the DTI records, the P 1.7 million is the second and final tranche of turn-over under the said Bottom Up Budgeting (BUB) program for the municipality, which is the
Cacao Industry Development and Rehabilitation program. Judecia Ponio, information officer of DTI Davao del Norte, disclosed that the first tranche of P 800,000 was given on October last year. Ponio also revealed that the amount totalling to P2.5 million is appropriated for farm rehabilitation, and trainings for livelihood of the farmers.
“Since the first release, fifty farmers already availed cacao propagules and training on good agricultural practices,” she said. She added that the second tranche of turn-over will be allocated for the farm rehabilitation. The municipal government of San Isidro will also avail this year from DTI, P200,000 for the formulation of investment code. (PIA11, Michael Uy)
He also vehemently denied the speculation that an alleged American operative was killed in the incident. Magalong said based on their investigation, through pictures and statements of his companions, the person killed was identified as a member of the Special Action Force.
“Definitely, he was not an American,” he said. Magalong said the involvement of the Americans in the incident was just to provide intelligence and technical support. He said American soldiers fighting side by side with the Filipinos soldiers is untrue.
“There is no deception here. I can honestly say that no American soldier was on the ground, involved in the tactical operation during the Mamasapano incident. They were on the command post providing intelligence support,” Magalong said. (PIA 11-Joey Sem G. Dalumpines)
A total of 146 Negosyo Centers are set to be launched by end of the year, or 46% of the total target of 100 centers for 2015. The total number of Negosyo Centers operating by then would reach 151, including the 4 centers already operating in 2014. “Based on the numbers, we are on track in our goal of making sure that Negosyo Centers are set up in the areas where they matter the most, where they are felt the most. This is DTI’s commitment for the continued growth of our MSMEs, as enunciated by the DTI Secretary himself, Gregory L. Domingo,” DTI Regional Operations Group (ROG) Undersecretary Zenaida C.
Maglaya said. DTI has been given the key responsibility and challenge of establishing Negosyo Centers in all provinces, cities, and municipalities nationwide, as provided for under the Go Negosyo Act, which seeks to strengthen micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) nationwide to create more job opportunities in the country. It was signed into law by President Benigno S. Aquino III on 15 July 2014, with the DTI issuing Department Administrative Order (DAO) No. 14-5 series of 2014 or the Implementing Rules and Regulations for Republic Act No. 10644. (DTI)
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Promotions Center (DCIPC) were launched on July 9, with Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV gracing the event. Senator Aquino is the author of Republic Act (RA) No. 10644 or the Go Negosyo Act. Meanwhile, the Malaybalay Negosyo Center has also been launched on 10 July. For the rest of the month of July, 26 more Negosyo Centers are likewise set for launching all over the country. It is expected that by month’s end, Negosyo Centers will be present in all the regions of the country.
Pagbati ng isang Maligayang Pagdiriwang ng Eid’l Fit’r ang aking pinapaabot sa buong Muslim Ummah. Sa pagtatapos ng buwan ng Ramadhan, atin sanang isabuhay ang mga turo ni Propeta Mohammed na nakasulat sa Banal na Aklat na Qur’ an. Kaugnay nito ay aking hinihiling ang pagkakaisa at pagtutulungan ng lahat ng mga mamamayan. Ang pagpapanatili ng kaayusan at kapayapaan sa ating bayan ay tungkulin nating lahat. At sapagdiriwang natin ngaun ng Eid’l Fit’r, ating simulan ang malaking pagbabago sa ating bayan. Lalo pa sana nating pagtibayin at palakasin ang pagsasamahan at pagtutulungan ng lahat maging anu man ang ating pananampalataya. Ating ipakita sa buong mundo na dito sa Municipality of Madalum, Lanao del Sur, aking binabati ang lahat ng maligayang EID’L FIT’R AL MUBARAK.
Mayor Usman M. Sarangani, Jr Municipality of Madalum, Lanao del Sur
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Assalamu Allaikum Waramatullahi Wabarakatuhu… It is indeed self- gratifying to all Muslims and Islam believers over the world. That after a monthlong sacrifice, we were able to complete again another pages in the Holy Ramadhan history in celebrating the Eid’l Fit’r. Let us therefore congratulate ourselves for another achievement well done being a true Muslim Ummah. Deserves the praises and blessings of Almighty ALLAH. By receiving our vows to Him, let me remind our brothers and sisters in Islam to work hand in hand and continue the noble deeds expected to all of us in spreading the words of God in fulfilling our spiritual commitments and obligations. Again, my best wishes to all...
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You are accountable to your neighbors S pecial G ospel of the day(July20, 2015-Sunday) John 13:115”Now before the Feast of the Passover, Jesus knowing that His hour had come that He would depart out of this world to the Father, having loved His own who were in the world, He loved them to the end. During supper, the devil having already put into the heart of Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon, to betray Him, Jesus, knowing that the Father had given all things into His hands, and that He had come forth from God and was going back to God, got up from supper, and laid aside His garments; and taking a towel, He girded Himself. Then He poured water into the basin, and began to wash the disciples’ feet and to wipe them with the towel with which He was girded: James 4:7”Submit therefore to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. What Jesus did during last supper was telling them to serve one another. This is the scarcity of this world, to help each other. We are not born to compete but to complete each other. In Mathew25:31-46” One of the questions of God at the judgment day is what you did to the least of my
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Isuzu Previews New Heavy-duty Trucks Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), recently showcased five of its newest heavy-duty trucks under the C and E Series at the 2015 Isuzu Truck CBU Special Display held at their plant in Biñan, Laguna. The four-day event highlighted Isuzu’s five heavy-duty trucks: the EXR51F Tractor Head Golden Yellow (available in 20-tons, 42-tons and 45-tons); the EXZ51K Tractor Head Marine Blue (available in 33-tons and 60-tons); the CYZ51M Cab and Short Chassis (available in 33-tons); the CYH51T Cab and Long Chassis (available in 41tons); and the NPS75 4x4 Cab and Chassis. These trucks are equipped with a 14.2-liter 6WF1-TCC direct-injection OHC diesel engine which provides a maximum output of 390 horsepower at 1,800 rpm and a torque of 1,863 Nm. The environment-friendly power plant also comes with electronic controlled common rail system which reduces emission and greater fuel economy. “To be the number one market leader in
the truck segment, you need to have a variety of products that will build and maintain customers. Today marks another special day for IPC as we displayed our latest heavy-duty trucks here in our office in Laguna,” said IPC president Hajime Koso. Koso explained, “We are aiming to provide every business with world-class quality trucks that can endure through time.” The Isuzu C and E series also come with a wider gear range with the addition of a 7-speed and 16-speed transmissions that gives better handling. Inhibitor shift warning alerts, which warns the driver when shifting on the wrong gear, is also available on the 16-speed transmission. Buyers can choose different tire sizes which range from the standard 295/80R, an optional 315/80R tubeless up to the larger 11.00R 20 tubular tires depending on their need. Isuzu has also improved the safety features of their heavy-
duty trucks combining its highly rigid cab construction and steel door beams with features such as ABS, worry-free trailer coupling, locking fuel tank with step to prevent theft and spillage, replaceable sediment filters to remove deposits and water from oil and a
protective insect screen over the radiator grille to avoid damage caused by stone chips and insects. The Japanese carmaker will start stocking minimal volume of these heavy-duty trucks, which will be available for indent orders.
The “Scooter for all” Invades Laguna SM City Sta. Rosa, Laguna – Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) recently held the public launching of the Honda BeAT-Fi eSP series at SM City Sta. Rosa in Laguna. The 3-day event was filled with exciting activities including riding lessons and test rides of motorcycles in Honda’s line-up. This activity was facilitated by accredited Honda Safety riding instructors, using the Japanese firm’s latest offering, the Honda BeAT Fi together with the Click 125i and the Zoomer –X. The exciting games for the Honda Riders, and dance showdown competition added a flavor of fun which entertained mall-goers. A local launch of the new Honda BeAT –Fi eSP series was hosted by “Papa Dan of Brgy. LS FM”, together with HPI Motorcycle Sales Coordinator Pearl Cerrudo. Everyone thought the night is over, until Callalily entered the scene and performed for the crowd. They also had a mall display with the efforts of HPI Partner Dealers: Honda Prestige Traders Inc. ,Motortrade Topline,
Mazda Launches the 6 Sports Wagon and New Variants of the CX-5
Berjaya Auto Philippines (BAP), the exclusive distributor of Mazda vehicles in the country, recently held the media launch of the Mazda 6 Sports Wagon and the new variants of the Mazda CX-5. The 6 Sports Wagon shares the same 2.5-liter Skyactiv-G engine of the 6 sedan, which produces 187 PS of power and 290 Nm of torque. The 6 Sports Wagon is available at an SRP of P 1,795,000. The CX-5, on the other hand, is now offered in three variants: 2.5-liter CX-5 AWD Sport 2.0-liter CX-5 FWD Pro 2.0-liter CX-5 FWD Maxx
Inc. and Desmark Corp. HPI plans to conduct similar exhibits in various malls nationwide.
--- PhP 1,695,000 --- PhP 1,495,000 --- PhP 1,345,000
The CX-5 AWD Sport is powered by a 2.5-liter Skyactiv-G engine which generates 188 PS and 240 Nm, while the CX-5 FWD Pro and CX-5 FWD Maxx uses a 2.0-liter mill with 155 PS and 200 Nm.
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Poblacion I-0101449 LC 54,050.00 8,463.16 2010-2014 DR Poblacion I-0101450 BRC 188,130.00 29,517.42 2010-2014 Naasag I-1013680 LA 17,410.00 2,726.82 2010-2014 Alam, Mary A. Poblacion I-0101456 LC 28,700.00 4,493.44 2010-2014 Gallardo, Lourdes Agoho I-0205848 LA 4,870.00 1,757.00 2002-2014 c/o Gallardo, Rogelio I-0205657 LA 3,270.00 1,846.32 1991-2014 Aranas, Loudes B. Agoho I-0204636 LA 4,620.00 1,708.00 1998-2014 Arado, Rosa O Agoho I-0205272 LA 12,450.00 4,397.56 2000-2014 c/o Marisel Arado Acero, Teoidulo Agoho I-0205964 LA 7,290.00 2,338.04 2003-2014 Arro, Emeliano Agoho I-0204692 LR 4,880.00 1,960.48 2000-2014 Agoho I-0205268 LA 2,840.00 1,128.98 1998-2014
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Agoho I-0205495 LA 10,030.00 2,053.30 2008-2014 Ebarle, Nilda Agoho I-0205551 LA 5,890.00 2,921.50 1991-2014 Dumpa, Beatriz, & children Agoho I-0205876 LA 2,160.00 1,242.48 1994-2014 c/o Magarin, bonifacion Olarte, Zosima Agoho I-0205547 LA 4,900.00 1,283.54 2005-2014 Abamonga, Hipolito Hrs. Anito I-0306639 LA 2,550.00 802.52 2003-2014 Anito I-0306648 LA 5,340.00 1,675.30 2003-2014 Anito I-0306649 LA 230.00 71.76 2003-2014 Abanil, Eusebio Anito I-0306626 LA 4,480.00 1,910.00 1997-2014 Abanil, Francisca Anito I-0306016 LR 3,690.00 1,136.12 2004-2014 Abao, Candelaria Anito I-0306818 LA 1,010.00 412.80 1997-2015 c/o Leila Casquego Anito I-0306816 LA 1,400.00 692.10 1991-2014 Anito I-0306815 LA 20,700.00 2,118.86 1991-2015 Anito I-0306819 LA 4,910.00 2,558.84 1994-2014 Agbu Francisco Anito I-0306672 LA 13,500.00 6,746.00 1997-2014 c/o ricardo soronio Bajao, Victoriano Anito I-0306654 LA 5,380.00 1,851.58 2001-2014 c/o Erminda Morano Borromeo, Gregorio Anito I-0306489 LA 84,280.00 41,784.34 1995-2014 Concepcion c/o Corazon C. Duessing Borromeo, Gregorio Anito I-0306530 LA 25,100.00 9,659.90 1980-2014 c/o Leon Roy Magante Borromeo, Gregorio Anito I-0306592 LA 230.00 616.08 1985-2014 c/o Severa Borromeo Anito I-0306595 LA 12,110.00 6,548.02 1991-2014 Anito I-0306593 LA 59,050.00 28,763.68 1991-2014 Anito I-0306591 LA 890.00 1,410.12 1991-2014 Anito I-0306205 LA 24,710.00 11,058.54 1996-2014 Cabanducos, Rosa Anito I-0306840 LA 3,540.00 1,320.58 1985-2014 c/o Jollinda Laplana Carrillo, Nicanor Anito I-0305938 LA 6,230.00 4,083.74 1985-2014 Anito I-0306185 LA 17,120.00 9,340.40 1992-2014 Corrales, Emmanuel Anito I-0306366 LA 5,230.00 1,990.96 2002-2014 & Paul Anito I-0306198 LA 10,020.00 2,771.38 2006-2014 Dychauco, Gloria Anito I-0306827 LA 27,180.00 7,943.44 2004-2014 Martinez, Gloria Anito I-0204400 LA 6,170.00 2,101.64 2002-2014 Elondo, Nicolas Anito I-0306770 LA 13,160.00 6,940.94 1990-2014 Estanilla, Leonila Anito I-0306668 LA 4,880.00 1,084.70 2007-2014 c/o Jollinda Laplana Anito I-0306667 LA 4,970.00 1,060.62 2007-2014 Estaño, Eustiquio Anito I-0306788 LA 30,010.00 11,838.40 1997-2014 c/o Jocel Madronero Estaño, Nieves Anito I-0306480 LA 1,640.00 586.00 1998-2014 Ladesma, Prescillano Anito I-0306225 LA 3,150.00 942.86 2004-2014 c/o Epefania Galon Lagura, Lucia & Maritcha Anito I-0306151 LA 750.00 234.46 2003-2014 c/o Kent Lee Lagura Limit, Josefa vada de] Anito` I-0306632 LA 17,780.00 2,120.00 2010-2014 c/o Melnie Limit Llacuna, Evangelista Anito I-0306186 LA 34,070.00 11,667.68 2002-+2014 Anito I-0306197 LA 13,310.00 4,663.52 2002-2014 Lumbay, Salome Anito I-0306777 LA 1,230.00 389.36 2003-2014 Maestrado, Dominador Anito I-0306683 LA 4,880.00 1,580.62 2002-2014 c/o Josephine Ucat Magallon, Fortunato Anito I-0306497 LA 3,420.00 930.70 2004-2014 c/o Margarito Magallon Anito I-0306498 LA 4,400.00 1,197.74 2005-2014 Magallones, Martina Anito I-0306508 LA 6,050.00 3,594.86 1980-2014 c/oi M<ercedes Sagaral Magallon, Melecio Anito I-0306623 LA 970.00 203.48 2007-2014 Montalba, Francisco Anito I-0306768 LA 2,180.00 743.44 1998-2014 Quiblat, Jacinto Anito I-0306481 LA 3,230.00 1,179.36 2001-2014 quijada, Isabel Anito I-0306511 LA 5,690.00 1,942.38 1995-2014 Lumba, Regalada Anito I-0306828 LA 9,580.00 3,611.14 2000-2014 Corrales, soledad et al Balbagon I-0406956 LA 5,490.00 1,604.34 1996-2014 Ederosas, Virrgilio Balbagon I-0407828 LA 6,880.00 3,280.54 1995-2014 c/o Josefina Ederosas
July 20, 2015
DECLARED OWNER LOCATION T.D. NO. Kind ASSESSED TAX DUE YEAR of of VALUE DELIN Property Property Francisco, Salud Balbagon I-0407859 LA 154,500.00 53,695.12 2000-2014 Francisco, Toribio Balbagon I-0407468 LA 54,940.00 2,174.92 1997-2014 Balbagon I-0407467 LA 890.00 214.92 2005-2014 Galito, Alejo Balbagon I-0407267 LA 2,630.00 1,344.06 1992-2014 Gono, Epifanio Balbagon I-0407980 LA 6,970.00 990.12 2011-2014 Balbagon I-0407987 LA 7,550.00 2,799.24 1999-2014 Balbagon I-0408000 LA 9,250.00 3,047.62 2003-2014 Inting, Prudencia & Balbagon I-0407996 LA 13,300.00 6,682.80 1998-2014 Lumbay, Pedro Balbagon I-0407995 LA 6,770.00 1,929.06 2003-2014 Labial, Celedonio Balbagon I-0407077 LA 490.00 180.80 2001-2014 c/o Labial, Pedrita Labial, Gavino Balbagon I-0408012 LA 63,020.00 28,241.54 1998-2014 C/o Curly Labial Labial, Martina Balbagon i-0407108 LA 390.00 605.16 1997-25014 Balbagon I-0407100 LA 580.00 914.38 1997-2014 Lagunay, Roque Balbagon I-0406994 LA 3,440.00 1,025.66 2004-2014 Maestrado, Olimpio Balbagon I-0408026 LA 750.00 250.44 2003-2014 Ranulo, Teofista Gaid Balbagon i-0406988 LA 2,890.00 1,309.80 1997-2014 Remegoso, Raul Balbagon I-0407202 LA 1,660.00 561.72 2004-2014 Reyes, amado Balbagon I-0407637 LA 18,090.00 8,010.16 1999-2014 Balbagon I-0407982 LA 27,640.00 11,677.02 1998-2014 Poblacion I-0103490 LR 12,770.00 3,193.86 2007-2014 Reyes, Ricardo III Balbagon I-0407628 LA 8,460.00 3,371.88 1999-2014 Balbagon I-0407629 La 430.00 155.30 1999-2014 Balbagon I-0407628 LA 8,460.00 3,143.02 1999-2014 Neri, Esperanza Dr. Balbagon I-0407938 LA 55,010.00 21,745.00 2000-2014 Neri, Raul Leoncio E. Poblacion I-0103521 LA 13,830.00 3,294.54 2007-2014 Sorosoro I-1215562 LA 22,690.00 9,211.86 2000-2014 Neri, Amy Corazon, O. Baylao I-0509953 LA 4,980.00 11,801.08 2007-2014 Baylao I-0509954 LA 5,410.00 1,282.57 2007-2014 Neri, Amy Corazon, Nicole, Jennifer, Poblacion I-0104292 LA 76,580.00 8,411.68 2012-2014 Nolan Walter Brandt, Ma. Esperanza Poblacion I-0101495 LA 1,350.00 237.62 2010-2014 N. et al Poblacion I-0101493 LA 960.00 136.92 2011-2014 Poblacion I-0101500 LA 1,350.00 193.24 2011-2014 Poblacion I-0101499 LA 1,570.00 224.76 2011-2014 Sorosoro I-1215561 LA 34,640.00 19,887.20 2000-2014 Neri, Jose P. Hrs. Baylao I-0508968 LR 5,530.00 1,107.06 2009-2014 Baylao I-0208965 LR 5,830.00 1,167.82 2009-2014 Baylao I-0508964 LR 5,770.00 1,155.66 2009-2014 Baylao I-0508961 LR 5,780.00 1,155.66 20092014 Baylao I-0508962 LR 5,770.00 1,155.66 2009-2014 Baylao I-0508963 LR 5,770.00 1,155.66 2009-2015 Baylao I-0508966 LR 5,770.00 1,155.66 2009-2015 Baylao I-0508967 LR 6,000.00 1,231.65 2009-2014 Poblacion I-0105892 LR 5,850.00 2,441.22 2000-2014 Poblacion I-0102904 LR 5,520.00 970.08 2000-2014 Poblacion LR 9,530.00 1,049.64 2012-2014 Total bal. carried forward 2,075,603.68 Neri, Jose P Hrs. Poblacion I-0102912 LR 17,180.00 7,171.64 2000-2014 Poblacion I-0102913 LR 5,240.00 2,187.12 2000-2014 Poblacion I-0102921 LR 19,460.00 2,139.88 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0102903 LR 10,920.00 1,203.26 2012-2014 Baylao I-0508998 LR 56,640.00 11,407.92 2007-2014 Poblacion I-0102897 LR 3,780.00 416.40 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0102898 LR 14,190.00 1,563.04 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0102915 LR 5,120.00 652.82 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0102916 LR 9,650.00 1,063.08 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0102917 LR 8,620.00 949.62 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0102918 LR 7,790.00 858.22 2012-2014 Baylao I-0509341 LA 3,530.00 1,336.58 2000-2014 Poblacion I-0102919 LR 14,570.00 3,291.18 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0102899 BR 591,060.00 136,471.26 2007-2014 Baylao I-0508959 LR 5,780.00 1,156.38 2009-2014 Baylao I-0508983 LA 2,240.00 849.68 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509006 LA 850.00 185.20 2008-2014 Baylao I-0509007 LR 108,970.00 22,000.00 2009-2014 Baylao I-0509008 LR 165,550.00 33,134.66 2009-2014 Baylao I-0509009 LR 80,940.00 16,199.42 2009-2014 Baylao I-0509010 LA 49,270.00 9,860.60 2009-2014 Baylao I-0509017 LR 34,940.00 6,993.32 2009-2014 Baylao I-0119441 LR 4,190.00 43,326.38 2009-2014 Balbagon I-0407683 LA 6,410.00 3,872.72 1980-2014 Neri, Nicolas, E. Baylao I-0509015 LR 1,440.00 295.72 2007-2014 et al Baylao I-0103031 LR 6,850.00 854.84 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0103029 LR 2,040.00 224.60 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0103032 LR 9,350.00 1,029.84 2012-+2014 Poblacion I-0103034 LR 3,930.00 432.82 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0103035 LR 3,500.00 385.84 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0103026 LR 8,290.00 913.40 2012-2014 Baylao I-0509535 LA 14,640.00 1,133.12 2013-2014 Baylao I-0509337 LA 1,150.00 437.09 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509344 LA 5,010.00 2,218.30 2000-2014 Poblacion I-0103027 LR 2,020.00 222.44 2012-2014 Poblacion I-0103149 LA 13,180.00 4,991.14 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509534 LA 21,840.00 10,486.70 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509653 LA 23,360.00 9,465.12 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509939 LA 20,720.00 4,735.92 2007-2014 Baylao I-0509342 LA 4,340.00 1,693.26 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509348 LA 8,660.00 3,983.80 2000-2014 Baylao I-0520441 LA 30,040.00 6,066.26 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509334 LA 3,730.00 1,423.98 2000-2014 Baylao I-0520813 LR 3,780.00 3,826.28 2007-2014 Neri, & Son’s Realty Poblacion I-0100226 LA 350.00 61.16 2010-2014 of Camiguin Inc. Poblacion I-0103555 LR 34,450.00 6,919.96 2009-2014 Poblacion I-0103559 LR 3,540.00 801.88 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103558 LR 3,570.00 809.30 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103557 LR 3,570.00 809.30 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103562 LR 3,570.00 809.30 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103561 LR 3,570.00 809.30 2008-20145 Poblacion I-0103560 LR 3,560.00 693.24 2008-2014 Neri & Sons Realty Poblacion I-0103538 LR 39,970.00 7,882.66 2008-2014 of Camiguin Inc. Poblacion I-0103537 LR 33,750.00 7,617.52 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103544 LR 27,500.00 5,359.10 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103532 LR 5,800.00 1,125.28 2008-2014
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from page A12 DECLARED OWNER LOCATION T.D. NO. Kind ASSESSED TAX DUE YEAR of of VALUE DELIN Property Property Poblacion I-0103523 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103524 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103525 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103526 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103527 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103528 LR 4,950.00 958.94 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103529 LR 1,980.00 448.44 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103533 LR 4,680.00 911.88 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103534 LR 2,340.00 453.61 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103535 LR 2,340.00 530.00 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103547 LR 2,340.00 530.00 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103548 LR 2,430.00 471.66 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103549 LR 2,400.00 544.35 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103536 LR 12,190.00 2,417.40 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103556 LR 3,570.00 720.50 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103563 LR 3,560.00 805.65 2008-2014 Baylao I-0509021 LR 17,840.00 3,570.72 2009-2014 Baylao I-0509025 LR 148,280.00 29,678.34 2009-2014 Poblacion I-0100237 LR 8,190.00 1,655.50 2009-2014 Poblacion I-0100229 LR 21,040.00 4,255.28 2009-2014 Poblacion I-0103539 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103540 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103546 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103545 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103551 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008.2014 Poblacion I-0103552 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008.2014 Poblacion I-0103566 LR 20,700.00 4,334.04 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103570 LR 5,770.00 1,307.12 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103569 LR 5,770.00 1,307.12 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103568 LR 5,770.00 1,307.12 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103567 LR 5,580.00 1,264.34 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103576 LR 6,040.00 1,367.63 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103575 LR 5,770.00 1,307.12 2008-2014 Pioblacion I-0103574 LR 5,770.00 1,307.12 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0103573 LR 5,770.00 1,307.12 2008-2014 Baylao I-0509019 LA 142,200.00 25,366.50 2009-2014 Baylao I-0509028 LR 101,250.00 17,552.08 2009-2014 Baylao I-0509016 LR 151,410.00 34,167.60 2007-2014 Baylao I-0509027 LR 195,470.00 39,123.58 2009-2014 Poblacion I-0103550 LR 3,900.00 883.24 2008-2014 Baylao I-0508999 LR 36,650.00 4,031.12 2012-2014 Baylao I-0509026 LR 161,880.00 32,401.08 2009-2014 Paderanga, Narciso Benhaan I-0610082 LA 1,010.00 590.98 1994-2014 Nabale, Inocencio Benhaan I-0610421 LA 3,770.00 1,787.34 1994-2014 Tagum, Melecio Benhaan I-0610396 LA 6,970.00 1,900.18 2004-2014 c/o Rodrigo Señara Aboc, Bernabe Hrs. of Benhaan I-0610384 LA 1,770.00 926.08 1994-2014 c/o Emma Acson Abuzo, Cenon Benhaan I-0610146 LA 7,770.00 1,141.28 2010-2014 Abuzo, Emeliano Benhaan I-0610429 LA 6,200.00 2,650.26 1996-2014 Abuzo, Severo Benhaan I-0610402 LA 4,060.00 2,286.34 1994-2014 Abuzo, Teodorico Benhaan I-0610150 LA 7,550.00 2,194.66 2000-2014 Bacsarsa, Felipe Benhaan I-0610034 LA 340.00 192.96 1989-2014 Bajao, Mamerto Benhaan I-0610368 LA 23,820.00 7,009.70 2004-2014 Borromeo, Primitiva Benhaan I-061007 LA 17,700.00 9,864.18 1982-2014 Cabrillo, Petrona Benhaan I-0610412 LA 7,570.00 2,008.34 2005-2014 Danlog, Lucio Benhaan I-0610197 LA 12,620.00 4,957.38 1992-2014 c/o Mrs. Alma Bayucot Danlog, Porferio Benhaan I-0610337 LA 9,900.00 2,261.92 2007-2014 Espinosa, Semeona Benhaan I-0610162 LA 1,390.00 460.52 2003-2014 c/o Cristita Pequiro Espinosa, Rosario Benhaan I-0610047 LA 30,750.00 10,019.08 2002-2014 Tecio, Temoteo Benhaan I-0610362 LA 7,380.00 4,207.44 1980-2014 c/o Linda Domoloan Babia, Rosario Baylao I-0509425 LA 15,550.00 3,877.20 2000-2014 Babia, Pempe Eugenio Baylao I-0509888 LA 25,470.00 9,832.20 1995-2015 Rago, Marcelo Baylao I-0509876 LA 3,650.00 1,944.34 1986-2014 Alasan, Juliana Baylao I-0508376 LA 1,260.00 708.00 1985-2014 Olao, Teodulo Baylao I-0509023 LA 7,830.00 2,154.36 2003-2014 Sino, Teodoro A. Baylao I-0509259 LA 3,330.00 1,626.44 1991-2014 Abacajen, Victor Baylao I-0509228 LA 3,640.00 1,219.28 2002-2014 Abadejos, Mario & Baylao I-0508826 LA 3,440.00 909.88 2005-2014 Abadejos, Roberto Awatin, Iluminada Baylao I-0509355 LA 16,910.00 7,902.24 1997-2014 c/p Isabel Arbuladora Babalcon, Francisco Baylao I-0508186 LA 610.00 343.82 1987-2014 c/o Ampo Benedicta Babalcon, Macario Baylao I-0508221 LA 1,720.00 1,129.38 1991-2014 Babalcon, Rosita Baylao I-0508728 LA 1,220.00 576.00 1994-2014 Babia, Carmen R. Baylao I-0509875 LA 3,300.00 1,151.28 2002-2014 Baylao I-0509868 LA 18,350.00 8,574.34 1997-2014 Baylao I-0509051 LA 7,980.00 2,226.60 2001-2014 Baylao I-0509052 LA 8,220.00 3,141.08 2001-2014 Baylao I-0509189 LA 10,250.00 6,796.62 1994-2015 Babia, Eugenio C. Baylao I-0509890 LA 17,530.00 6,474.98 1998-2014 Bonggot, Semion Baylao I-0509414 LA 1,370.00 516.38 1999-2014 Mahinay, Agatona Baylao I-0508832 LA 6,500.00 2,512.32 2000-2014 Bacolcol, Eustaquio Baylao I-0509748 LA 930.00 501.80 1991-2014 c/o Gigi Torrecampo Bacor, Marcelino Baylao I-0509811 LA 2,420.00 1,083.48 1991-2014 Bollozos, Eulalia Baylao I-0509044 LA 3,900.00 2,772.22 1989-20014 Baylao I-0509046 LA 2,750.00 1,050.66 1991-2014 Borromeo, Angelina Baylao I-0509837 LA 72,820.00 34,631.24 1991-2014 Cabasagan, Florentino Baylao I-0509391 LA 3,570.00 1,064.07 2000-2014 Chan, Modesto Baylao I-0509671 LA 11,910.00 5,691.02 1991-2014 Dablo, Edmedio Baylao I-0509902 LA 18,740.00 6,339.10 1998-2014 Dado, Serapia Baylao I-0509142 LA 3,130.00 2,184.42 1994-2014 Dagondon, Celerina Baylao I-0509049 LA 3,320.00 1,232.84 1998-2014 Dagondon, Rosario Poblacion I-0100359 LA 11,500.00 6,361.38 1994-2014 Total bal. carried forward 5,038,785.98 Dagondon, Paulino Baylao I-0508495 LA 3,920.00 1,882.42 2000-2014 c/o Modesta Mercado Baylao I-0508455 LA 530.00 354.96 1991-2014 Baylao I-0508454 LA 1,710.00 1,081.86 1991-2014 Baylao I-0509213 LA 2,950.00 1,441.00 1991-2014 Digamon, Nicolas Baylao I-0509852 LA 42,390.00 12,493.26 2003-2014 Doria, Leoncio Baylao I-0508831 LA 8,670.00 4,158.50 1996-2014 Baylao I-0508822 LA 18,260.00 6,637.04 2000-2014 Baylao I-0509860 LA 12,180.00 4,281.74 2001-2014 Elio, Vicente Baylao I-0509864 LA 17,530.00 7,882.04 1994.2014 Gultiano, Sixto Baylao I-0509640 LA 10,670.00 3,899.38 1998-2014 Ignilan, Domingo Baylao I-0508478 LA 3,350.00 2,241.80 1991-2014 Ilogon, Valeriano Baylao I-0509130 LA 3,590.00 1,742.04 1980-2014 Mejoc, Inocencio Baylao I-0509507 LA 2,070.00 991.36 1995-2014 Neri, Paz Baylao I-0509203 LA 130.00 173.06 1991-2014 c/o Francisco Valdehueza Baylao I-0509201 LA 270.00 113.20 1994-2014 Baylao I-0509200 LA 900.00 442.00 1991-2014
DECLARED OWNER LOCATION T.D. NO. Kind ASSESSED TAX DUE YEAR of of VALUE DELIN Property Property Oclarit, Angel Baylao I-0509464 LA 1,250.00 249.14 2007-2014 Oclarit, Felomina Baylao I-0509574 LA 9,240.00 2,057.54 2007-2014 Oppus, Condrado Baylao I-0509340 LA 10,290.00 7,061.80 1989-2014 Pabillore, Danilo Baylao I-0508404 LA 9,600.00 5,226.64 1997-2014 Pabillore, Narciso S. Baylao I-0508412 LA 5,800.00 3,160.06 1997-2015 Pacon, Bernardo Baylao I-0509757 LA 2,640.00 1,320.14 1985-2014 Pulvera, Arnulfo & Luisita Baylao I-0509522 LA 5,810.00 2,781.74 1989-2014 Ragas, Policarpo Baylao I-0509754 LA 5,750.00 1,965.36 2002-2014 Ragas, Reynaldo Baylao I-0509702 La 6,570.00 2,107.11 2001-2014 Rago, Eugenio Baylao I-0509878 LA 1,630.00 734.32 1994-2014 Ravelo, Teresita Baylao I-0509521 LA 14,400.00 4,789.44 2001-2014 Dagondon, Jose Baylao I-0509646 LA 7,970.00 1,592.20 1994-2014 Reyes, Jose Baylao I-0509662 LA 7,220.00 1,953.06 1995-2014 c/o emelio Biwang Baylao I-0509661 LA 7,160.00 3,692.55 1997-2014 Baylao I-0509800 LA 1,090.00 463.66 1995-2014 Baylao I-0509262 LA 4,380.00 2,034.16 1994-2014 Somo, Domingo Baylao I-0509043 LA 5,830.00 1,938.38 2001-2014 Tiro, anastacia Baylao I-0509452 LA 6,500.00 2,425.90 1999-2014 Ilajas, Ofelia Baylao I-0508847 BR 91,170.00 13,977.20 2010-2014 Arado, Rosa Kuguita I-0811768 LA 510.00 264.36 1999-2014 Dangga, Gregorio Kuguita I-0812079 LA 3,810.00 2,406.84 1994-2014 c/o Huerbana, Gregoria Peñaloza, Paterno Bug-ong I-0711296 LA 1,650.00 702.12 1999-2014 Bug-ong I-0711252 LA 4,300.00 1,340.12 2004-2014 Bug-ong I-0711258 LA 3,790.00 1,182.04 2004-2014 Babia, Pacita, Lopoy Bug-ong I-0711254 LA 190.00 154.36 1995-2014 Sabuga, Ireneo Bug-ong I-0711231 LA 23,020.00 4,037.80 2010-2014 Delada, Josefa Bug-ong I-0711164 LA 1,580.00 875.36 1995-2014 Bug-ong I-0711165 LA 1,640.00 947.56 1994-2014 Dagondon, Faustino Bug-ong I-0711301 LA 7,770.00 4,327.88 1992-+2014 Libo-on, Rogelio Teresita Bug-ong I-0711362 LA 7,240.00 1,419.94 2009-2014 Delada, Eustaquio Bug-ong I-0711167 LA 3,750.00 1,203.68 2004-2014 Borromeo, Leon Bug-ong I-0711351 LA 42,180.00 16,438.26 2001-2014 Dagondon, Gervacio Bug-ong I-0711212 LA 4,930.00 1,453.56 2004-2014 Babia, Casiano Bug-ong I-0710995 LA 9,140.00 2,242.02 2007-2014 Bug-ong I-0711006 LA 4,830.00 2,180.58 1997-2014 Babia, Felipa Bug-ong I-0711256 LA 5,580.00 1,734.00 2003-2014 Bug-ong I-0711277 LA 3,770.00 2,037.44 1987-2015 Babia, Pastor Bug-ong I-0710971 LA 2,080.00 1,208.10 1996-2014 Bug-ong I-0710989 LA 820.00 439.08 1991-2014 Bug-ong I-0710988 LA 560.00 379.94 1994-2014 Cañete, Vicente Bug-ong I-0710445 LA 2,060.00 628.94 2004-2014 Dagondon, Paulino Hrs. Bug-ong I-0710867 LA 36,040.00 14,441.02 1991-2014 Dumpa, Beatriz, & Children Bug-ong I-0711342 LA 1,220.00 442.02 2001-2014 Bug-ong I-0711340 LA 3,470.00 1,330.92 2001-2014 Gahot, Lucresia Bug-ong I-0711074 LA 2,280.00 686.66 2005-2014 Bug-ong I-0711076 LA 490.00 160.54 2005-2014 Bug-ong I-0710672 LA 12,770.00 4,689.24 2000-2014 Jaculan, Miguel Hrs. Bug-ong I-0710656 LA 2,570.00 582.18 2008-2014 Largo, Alipio Bug-ong I-0711106 LA 3,150.00 616.42 2009-2014 Largo, anastacio Bug-ong I-0711273 LA 9,290.00 4,759.20 1996-2014 Largo, Placido Bug-ong I-0711110 LA 3,010.00 1,188.42 2000-2014 Bug-ong I-0711111 LA 2,860.00 1,138.80 2000-2014 Bug-ong I-0711246 LA 1,610.00 644.46 2000-2014 Pabua, Perfecto Bug-ong I-0711316 LA 5,290.00 2,354.30 1999-2014 Sumile, Apolonio Bug-ong I-0710773 LA 2,470.00 855.58 2003-2014 Bug-ong I-0710774 LA 3,580.00 2,093.76 1991-2014 Sumile, Isidro Bug-ong I-0710792 LA 4,460.00 1,760.50 1999-2014 Sumile, Rufino Hrs. Bug-ong I-0719198 LA 1,890.00 680.66 2002-2014 Sumile, Victoriano Bug-ong I-0710786 LA 2,140.00 432.36 2007-2014 Bug-ong I-0710787 LA 5,750.00 2,249.18 2001-2014 Magallon, Aplonio Sorosoro i-1215552 LA 1,080.00 655.96 1980-2014 Monton, Genoveva Sorosoro I-1214996 LA 1,970.00 849.54 1999-2014 Montalba, Zenaida Sorosoro I-1215538 LA 102,160.00 43,575.70 1997-2014 Balacuti, Gavino Sorosoro I-1215524 LA 1,970.00 920.70 1998-2014 chan, Waldetrodino Sorosoro I-1215570 LA 55,090.00 17,617.62 2002-2014 Abang, alberto Sorosoro I-1215576 LA 7,770.00 3,350.54 1991-2014 Omol, Gabriel Sorosoro I-1215206 LA 3,280.00 1,992.08 1991-2014 Montalba, Placido & Sorosoro I-1215501 LA 4,110.00 2,333.54 1995-2014 |Aguiman, Eugenio Marapao, Teofilo Hrs. Sorosoro I-1220173 LA 8,310.00 856.96 2008-2014 Abian, Solomon Sorosoro I-1220170 LA 14,250.00 4,616.72 1995-2014 Hondanero, Glecerio Sorosoro I-1215139 LA 4,980.00 2,601.92 1998-2014 Sorosoro I-1215484 LA 3,280.00 1,266.16 2001-2014 Montalba, antonio et al Sorosoro I-1215502 LA 6,460.00 2,376.16 2002-2014 Dayac, Desamparados Pandan I-1114057 LA 8,140.00 2,874.02 1997-2014 Cabeguin, Amando Pandan I-1114128 LA 1,900.00 544.80 2005-2014 Pandan I-1114135 LA 8,160.00 2,298.78 2004-2014 Sorosoro I-1215481 LA 28,590.00 9,100.18 2005-2014 Namoc, Conchita Pandan I-1114384 LA 55,020.00 17,852.80 2003-2014 Oclarit, Apolonia Pandan I-1114244 LA 880.00 604.56 1980-2014 Uy, Maximo Pandan I-1114452 LA 5,620.00 1,972.40 2004-2014 Romualdo, Jesus Pandan I-1114423 LA 1,530.00 656.80 1998-2014 Pandan I-1114435 LA 3,860.00 1,893.04 1998-2014 Sagrado, Semeon Pandan I-1013062 LA 22,130.00 5,487.10 2007-2014 Pandan I-1114442 LA 3,320.00 816.36 2007-2014 Sagrado, Semeon Pandan I-1114649 LA 1,980.00 510.36 2007-2014 Alejandria, Venancio Pandan I-1114614 LA 3,360.00 1,379.68 1999-2014 Chan, German Hrs, Pandan I-1114831 LA 21,820.00 7,512.88 2002-2014 Cabeguin, Nicolasa Pandan I-1114073 LA 3,240.00 1,160.46 2004-2014 Agbu, Simplicio Pandan I-1114101 LA 1,040.00 323.84 2004-2014 Bodiongan Guillermo Pandan I-1113982 LA 2,680.00 950.20 2003-2014 Arbuiz, Arsenia Pandan I-1114207 LA 900.00 359.96 1998-2014 Abian, Rodrigo Pandan I-1114508 LA 3,120.00 1,171.20 2001-2014 Abbu, Biato Pandan I-1114405 LA 3,840.00 1,987.84 1992-2014 Oclarit, Julieta Pandan I-1114712 LA 9,560.00 1,047.68 2012-2014 Pandan I-1114714 LA 33,510.00 3,654.24 2012-2014 Pandan I-1114727 LA 4,620.00 504.50 2012-+2014 Pandan I-1114728 LA 14,260.00 1,555.76 2012-2014 Pandan I-1114736 LA 6,720.00 737.52 2012-2014 Pandan I-1114746 LA 12,270.00 1,344.96 2012-2014 Aguiman, Eugenia Pandan I-1114490 LA 1,480.00 554.76 2002-2014 Pandan I-114498 LA 2,980.00 1,386.32 1998-2014 Magamano, Nicanora Pandan I-1114297 LA 64,310.00 18,815.74 2005-2014 Abian, Leon Pandan I-1114068 LA 1,230.00 483.60 1997-2014 Pandan I-1114046 LA 2,160.00 4,449.28 2000-2014 Pandan I-1114048 LA 2,740.00 746.08 2006-2014 Cabanducos, Rosa Pandan I-1114061 LA 1,470.00 616.82 1998-2014 Dagondon, alberto Tagdo I-1315831 LA 2,100.00 683.28 2004-2014 c/o Cleofe Zerrudo Tagdo I-1315884 LA 16,750.00 5,391.20 2004-2014 Magdales, Julio Tagdo I-1315781 LA 2,360.00 1,428.90 1993-2014 Peñaloza, Juan Tagdo I-1316042 LA 4,820.00 2,509.38 1991-2014 Tagdo I-1315959 LA 26,350.00 13,494.10 1991-2014 Dagondon, Dioscoro Tagdo I-1317434 LA 2,830.00 1,718.60 2002-2014 Tagdo I-1315910 LA 12,880.00 4,065.86 2001-2014 Tagdo I-0509797 LA 32,480.00 11,226.36 2002-2014 Tagdo I-1317443 LA 5,730.00 1,767.44 2003-2014
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Kind ASSESSED TAX DUE YEAR of of VALUE DELIN Property Property Tagdo I-1315902 LA 25,760.00 9,119.38 2001-2014 Tagdo I-1315859 LA 12,720.00 2,512.90 2008-2014 Babia, Sabas Tagdo I-1315772 LA 1,430.00 684.66 1991-2014 Dagondon, Clementina Tagdo I-1317441 LA 58,000.00 17,180.64 2002-2014 Peñaloza, Ignacio Tagdo I-1317464 LA 670.00 346.06 1991-2014 Jamito, Gregorio Tagdo I-1316174 LA 13,200.00 5,657.68 1997-2014 Ebarle, Marcelino Tagdo I-1316140 LA 2,460.00 1,192.04 1994-2014 Babatugon, Federico Tagdo I-1317512 LA 11,420.00 5,275.00 1997-2014 Guibone, antonio Tagdo I-1316171 LA 6,140.00 3,039.40 1991-2014 Sino, Luis Tagdo I-1315760 LA 2,980.00 1,785.34 1991-2014 Largo, Gorgonia Tagdo I-1315736 LA 15,590.00 5,070.42 2004-2014 Chan, Katrina Ivy Tagdo I-1316167 LA 21,420.00 8,920.66 1998-2014 Babia, Casiano Tagdo I-1315773 LA 3,090.00 431.32 2011-2014 Lumantac, Roman Tagdo I-1316094 LA 1,480.00 551.12 1991-2014 c/o Domingo Ignilan Salvacion, Felicisimo Tagdo I-1317419 LA 1,080.00 749.18 1985-2014 c/o Ignacio Peñaloza Pacon, Cornelia Tagdo I-1317361 LA 2,250.00 1,173.08 2001-2014 Chan, Nerio Tagdo I-1315954 LA 25,470.00 11,494.42 1997-2014 Silagan, Modesto Tagdo I-1315668 LA 2,300.00 247.76 2012-2014 Tagdo I-1315669 LA 9,970.00 1,677.44 2009-2014 Mejoc, Inocencio Tagdo I-1317473 LA 5,420.00 2,020.72 1999-2014 Dalwag, apolinar Tagdo I-1315624 LA 9,400.00 2,776.96 2005-2014 Rabu, Felomina Tagdo I-1317496 LA 2,000.00 800.16 2002-2014 Dagondon, Lazaro Tagdo I-0103464 LA 26,130.00 9,507.74 2002-2014 Tagdo I-1316117 LA 4,020.00 1,455.78 2000-2014 Pacon, Apolonio Tagdo I-1316086 LA 11,690.00 2,184.60 2008-2014 Chan, Ria Tagdo I-1316177 LA 16,340.00 7,145.22 1998-2014 Paderanga, Rosario Tagdo I-1316105 LA 840.00 401.42 1995-2014 Loong, Modesta Tagdo I-1315997 LA 860.00 444.72 1991-2014 Dagondon, Martin Tagdo I-1315606 LA 4,030.00 894.58 2008-2014 Lagang, Miguel Tagdo I-1317341 LA 2,450.00 1,517.70 2000-2014 Madrona, Feleciano Tagdo I-1316144 LA 2,910.00 1,125.10 1997-2014 Jamero, Eusebio Tagdo I-1315926 LA 1,550.00 946.28 1994-2014 Lopecillo, Aquilina Tagdo I-1315784 LA 1,580.00 967.98 1991-2014 Dagondon, Benjamin Tagdo I-0101244 LA 590.00 167.98 2006-2014 Sumaylo, Clara Tagdo I-1317380 LA 1,140.00 545..42 1994-2014 Dalagan, Ignacio Tagdo I-1315979 LA 5,940.00 1,345.16 2008-2014 Dangga, RosendA Tagdo I-1315757 LA 4,510.00 3,186.08 1990-2014 Bajao, victorio Magting I-0912963 LA 7,600.00 2,109.08 2005-2014 Fabiaña, Agapito Hrs. Poblacion I-0103452 LA 2,360.00 988.56 1996-2014 Magting I-0912703 LA 2,840.00 909.64 2003-2014 Lactao, Basilio Magting I-0912746 LA 15,720.00 4,818.48 2004-2014 Lactao, Leonarda Magting I-0912160 LA 3,730.00 1,507.86 2001-2014 Magting I-0912161 LA 3,780.00 1,387.30 2002-2014 Magting I-0912738 LA 15,510.00 3,697.80 2007-2014 Carillo, Victor Magting I-0912735 LA 4,430.00 2,075.65 1996-2014 Magting I-0912372 LA 2,340.00 686.88 2004-2014 Magting I-0912534 LA 2,720.00 890.86 2003-2014 Lago, Casemero Magting I-0912967 LA 74,340.00 21,313.02 2003-2014 Logronio, Carmen Magting I-0912544 LA 8,590.00 2,789.24 2002-2014 Mangmang, Consorcia Magting I-0912189 LA 1,190.00 466.48 2000-2014 Tagotongan, Procopio Magting I-0912934 LA 5,660.00 1,056.64 2000-2014 Magting I-0912933 LA 4,620.00 1,432.80 2000-2014 Anggon, Segunda Hrs. Magting I-0912811 LA 7,120.00 1,205.84 2010-2014 c/o simplicio Flores Flores, Simplicio Magting I-0912303 LA 2,180.00 678.28 2007-2014 Magting I-0912824 LA 1,560.00 454.06 2005-2014 Juni, Felomino Magting I-0912185 LA 912,185.00 9,138.04 1994-2014 Flores, Jesus Magting I-0912813 LA 2,220.00 441.14 2009-2014 Tan, Samson Magting I-0912424 LA 8,330.00 3,466.84 2000-2014 Magting I-0912273 LA 10,280.00 3,926.02 2000-2014 Magtin g I-0912272 LA 2,710.00 1,031.40 2000-2014 Magting I-09123447 LA 410.00 173.36 2000-2014 Flores, Andres Magting I-0912543 LA 2,080.00 2,005.76 1992-2014 Magting I-0912281 LA 13,850.00 4,298.74 2004-2014 Bollozos, Leoncio & wife Magting I-0407749 LA 12,800.00 2,199.04 2010-2014 Abbu, rosario Magting I-0912260 LA 42,320.00 16,605.04 2001-2014 c/o Estaño, Eustaquio Calamba, Magno Naasag I-1013679 LA 2,100.00 566.80 2007-2014 Salvo, Nemesia Naasag I-1013580 LA 8,530.00 2,982.48 2004-2014 Salering, antonia Naasag I-1013439 LA 4,690.00 1,470.64 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013455 LA 4,510.00 1,183.52 2005-2014 Badajos, Emeteria Naasag I-1013256 LA 3,800.00 663.66 2004-2014 Gorres, Raymunda Naasag I-1013753 LA 6,430.00 1,343.50 2004-2014 Valdehueza, Victorino Naasag I-1013867 LA 9,650.00 3,371.12 2003-2014 Naasag I-1013884 LA 13,630.00 5,847.72 2000-2014 Arado, Porferia Naasag I-1013532 LA 1,680.00 832.50 1994-2014 Isin, Alberta Naasag I-1013270 LA 4,660.00 794.46 2010-2014 Sangrano, Eusebio Naasag I-1013765 LA 7,520.00 2,252.80 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013899 LA 9,800.00 3,118.78 2004-2014 Gamo, Grato Naasag I-1013014 LA 870.00 262.68 2005-2014 Salering, Catalino Naasag I-1013387 LA 8,810.00 958.00 2012-2014 Sabacajan, Agustin Hrs. of Naasag I-1013425 LA 950.00 562.02 2002-2014 Macapayad, Genoveva Naasag I-1013389 LA 4,130.00 2,245.57 1994-2014 Naasag I-1013410 LA 6,640.00 2,030.50 1996-2014 Naasag I-1013404 LA 4,760.00 1,228.06 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013413 LA 6,290.00 2,062.76 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013403 lA 2,550.00 440.56 2010-2014 Naasag I-1013394 LA 16,880.00 5,239.02 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013405 LA 7,790.00 1,768.22 2004-2014 Madulin, Sisinando Naasag I-1013916 LA 6,860.00 1,606.04 2007-2014 Salcedo, Julio Hrs. of Naasag I-1013505 LA 5,330.00 2,815.46 1995-2014 Naasag I-1013506 LA 6,330.00 3,210.40 1995-2014 Balaba, Bonifacio Naasag I-1013378 LA 2,910.00 1,114.10 2001-2014 Naasag I-1013657 LA 4,180.00 1,557.76 2001-2014 Naasag I-1013360 LA 6,600.00 2,400.56 2001-2014 Ariata, Raymundo Naasag I-1013935 LA 12,060.00 5,456.86 1995-2014 Sino, Nemesio Naasag I-1013792 LA 10,600.00 3,847.00 2003-2014 Babarin, Potenciano Naasag I-1013541 LA 1,570.00 463.10 2004-2014 Bacol, Feleciana Naasag I-1013138 LA 1,560.00 511.12 2003-2014 Naasag I-1013125 LA 3,290.00 1,003.70 2004-2014 Gamorot, Jose Naasag I-1013372 LA 23,010.00 5,046.56 2008-2014 Naasag I-1518345 LA 2,810.00 658.24 2008-2014 Cabalang, Saturnina Naasag I-1013346 LA 3,520.00 924.02 2006-2014 Olalo, Pedro Naasag I-1013947 LA 3,150.00 1,637.16 2004-2014 Macabodbod, Calixto Naasag I-1013516 LA 6,020.00 1,732.78 2005-2014 Orcales, Vicente Naasag I-1013720 LA 3,590.00 1,234.96 2003-2014 Isin, alberta Naasag I-1013272 LA 1,210.00 378.36 2004-2014 Ballentos, Eustaquio Hrs. Naasag I-1013468 LA 900.00 485.16 1991-2014 Naasag I-1013284 LA 4,790.00 1,479.62 2003-2014 Naasag I-1013471 LA 1,390.00 437.16 2004-2014 Ballentos, Roberto Hrs. Naasag I-1013951 LA 11,010.00 4,949.34 1996-2014 Naasag I-1013952 LA 8,760.00 3,638.16 1999-2014 Cagmat, Pio Hrs. Naasag I-1013238 LA 4,080.00 894.08 2008-2014 Ballentos, Leoncio Hrs. Naasag I-1013643 LA 4,770.00 813.96 2010-2014 Naasag I-1013871 LA 2,410.00 805.86 1999-2014 Naasag I-1013297 LA 760.00 300.08 1999-2014 Luza, eugenio Naasag I-1013616 LA 2,890.00 687.82 2007-2014
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Kind ASSESSED TAX DUE YEAR of of VALUE DELIN Property Property Naasag I-1013827 LA 9,240.00 4,687.64 1993-2014 Naasag I-1013859 LA 4,070.00 1,347.10 2003-2014 Naasag I-1013823 LA 1,930.00 651.78 2003-2014 Naasag I-1013856 LA 3,650.00 880.22 2007-2014 Naasag I-1013825 LA 3,880.00 1,361.18 2002-2014 Luza, Narcisa abang Naasag I-1013697 LA 8,660.00 2,114.14 2007-2014 Naasag I-1013728 LA 3,960.00 947.42 2007-2014 Luza, Espiridion Naasag I-1013716 LA 35,240.00 12,108.00 2002-2014 Dalion, Pedro Naasag I-1013800 LA 10,060.00 4,456.80 2002-2014 Macabodbod, Restituta Naasag I-1019308 LA 4,230.00 1,434.66 2003-2014 Naasag I-1019304 LA 2,070.00 360.26 2010-2014 Isin, Nicolas Naasag I-103370 LA 1,230.00 398.16 2003-2014 Casero, Buenaventura Naasag I-1013363 LA 10,840.00 3,318.56 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013729 LA 36,260.00 11,134.08 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013598 LA 2,270.00 754.52 2004-2014 Naasag I-1019305 LA 3,330.00 1,059.80 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013802 LA 42,970.00 13,645.52 2004-2014 Macabodbod, Nicolas Naasag I-1013356 La 11,350.00 5,248.60 1995-2014 & Restituta Mata, Juanaria Naasag I-1013640 LA 2,260.00 1,610.84 1985-2014 Tagod, Valentino Naasag I-1013888 LA 1,010.00 454.56 1999-2014 Adlaon, Teodoro Naasag I-1013816 LA 20,840.00 4,032.16 2009-2014 Adlaon, Marcial Naasag I-1013484 LA 3,960.00 1,418.52 2002-2014 Aranas, Carmelo Naasag I-1013596 LA 6,080.00 6,202.99 1980-2014 Naasag I-1013742 LA 19,030.00 7,573.44 2001-2014 Naasag I-1019519 LA 29,060.00 13,438.62 1995-2014 Naasag I-1013507 LA 34,810.00 18,141.16 1991-2014 Naasag I-1013741 LA 24,650.00 9,603.62 2001-2014 Naasag I-1518808 LA 750.00 256.72 2002-2014 Naasag I-1518809 LA 2,700.00 530.72 2009-2014 Gue, Miguela Naasag I-1013482 LA 2,610.00 16,935.14 2005-2014 Sasil, Genaro Naasag I-1013599 LA 19,490.00 7,849.72 2003-2014 Cajilla, Rosa Naasag I-1013641 LA 1,910.00 380.56 2006-2014 Naasag I-1013362 LA 3,090.00 1,334.02 2004-2014 Saburnido, Elpedio & Norma Naasag I-1013154 LA 3,470.00 1,064.40 2003-2014 Cabahug, Claudio Naasag I-1013948 LA 11,030.00 4,100.42 2003-2014 Semine, Jaime Naasag I-1013422 LA 17,070.00 3,652.42 2008-2014 Abang, Abdon Naasag I-1013885 LA 1,140.00 270.96 2007-2014 Naasag I-1013819 LA 6,360.00 3,903.32 1985-2014 Isin, Alberta Naasag I-1013277 LA 440.00 157.60 2002-2014 Naasag I-1013276 LA 3,710.00 3,710.00 1330.26 Naasag I-1013273 LA 550.00 198.62 2002-2014 Naasag I-1013277 LA 440.00 157.60 2002-2014 Arado, Florentino Naasag I-1519149 LA 25,940.00 13,992.08 1994-2014 c/o rosa Arado Bulawin, Eustacio Naasag I-1013458 LA 8,750.00 3,980.26 1996-2014 Salering, Glecerio et al Naasag I-1013515 LA 5,900.00 2,191.00 1990-2014 Salering, Francisco Naasag I-1013441 LA 3,970.00 1,481.57 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013457 LA 3,710.00 961.53 2005-2014 Sabacajan, Felix Naasag I-1013438 LA 9,360.00 2,885.84 2004-2014 Sagrado, anecito Naasag I-1013152 LA 9,770.00 2,029.60 2006-2014 Cajilla, Guillermo Naasag I-1013349 LA 26,660.00 9,031.12 2003-2014 Sagrado, Florencio Naasag I-1013041 LA 880.00 279.60 2003-2014 Naasag I-1013043 LA 330.00 115.50 2003-2014 Sacote, Francisco Naasag I-1013752 LA 1,470.00 1,812.66 1985-2014 Naasag I-1013928 LA 68,960.00 54,984.52 1995-2014 Naasag I-1013929 LA 6,560.00 2,769.14 1999-2014 Abulag, Aurea Naasag I-1013908 LA 7,800.00 3,126.92 1999-2014 Delada, Arcadia Naasag I-1013798 LA 2,030.00 791.30 2000-2014 Naasag I-1013786 LA 2,610.00 1,407.94 1991-2014 Ariata, Francisco Naasag I-1013956 LA 10,990.00 3,247.46 2004-2014 Adlaon, Wilfredo Naasag I-1013595 LA 8,470.00 2,758.64 2008-2014 Adlaon, Temoteo Naasag I-1013714 LA 3,210.00 388.16 2008-2014 Ariata, Montano Naasag I-1013562 LA 3,570.00 1,097.64 2004-2014 Gabule, Eustaquia Naasag I-1013531 LA 1,640.00 491.26 2004-2014 Sangrano, Eleuterio Naasag I-1013939 LA 12,630.00 3,322.48 2006-2014 Naasag I-1013938 LA 11,880.00 3,138.48 2006-2014 Naasag I-1013937 LA 11,910.00 3,675.15 2004-2014 Naasag I-1013936 LA 1,530.00 420.46 2006-2014 Olarte, Candido Naasag I-1013796 LA 4,870.00 2,548.44 1993-2014 Salon, Arcadio Naasag I-1013914 LA 4,490.00 2,353.60 1991-2014 Dagondon, Rosario Poblacion I-0100359 LA 11,500.00 6,682.50 1994-2014 Madrona, Dalmacio Poblacion I-0104249 LA 9,300.00 3,889.82 2002-2014 Madrona, Leonila Poblacion I-0101238 LA 1,660.00 929.08 1985-2014 Nery, Consuelo D. Poblacion I-0103510 LA 1,210.00 466.44 1996-+2014 Poblacion I-0103511 LA 24,360.00 9,678.98 1996-2014 Nery, Fritz Poblacion I-010425 LA 24,400.00 8,164.50 2000-2014 Nery, Henry Poblacion I-0103864 LA 24,440.00 7,078.66 1999-2014 Poblacion I-0103693 LA 16,620.00 6,293.56 1999-2014 Poblacion I-0100020 LA 2,640.00 1,141.90 1997-2014 Poblacion I-0100021 LA 800.00 356.74 1997-2014 Griffiths, Ana Plaza Poblacion I-0102537 BC 72,510.00 425,677.52 2014-2014 Poblacion I-0102538 BC 75,930.00 9,063.76 2011-2014 Olavides, Patrocinio Poblacion I-0102011 LA 860.00 297.22 2003-2014 Cuarteros, Jose Poblacion I-0104185 LA 1,150.00 329.60 2004-2014 Abadejos, Mario Poblacion I-0100575 LR 1,340.00 747.16 1994-2014 Reyes, Alberto Sr. Poblacion I-0102606 BR 18,076.04 69,210.00 2003-2014 Go, Ruben Poblacion I-0103246 LA 6,490.00 1,483.10 2008-2014 Dalupines, Pelagia L. Poblacion I-0102521 LA 3,150.00 560.36 2010-2014 Sisi, Epifania Ybañez Poblacion I-0101833 LA 690.00 208.44 20014-2014 Zamora, mMariano Poblacion I-0104351 LA 19,160.00 8,767.24 1998-2014 Madrona, Leonila Poblacion I-0101238 LA 1,660.00 929.08 1985-2014 Dagondon, Nicolasa Poblacion I-0103747 LA 24,010.00 8,165.80 2003-2014 c/o PDIC Palad, Luis Poblacion I-0101961 LA 8,020.00 3,062.94 2002-2014 Elio, Gloria Turrecha et al Poblacion I-0102951 LA 10,110.00 3,381.00 2004-2014 Elio, Nicolas R. Balbagon I-0407027 LA 2,040.00 226.48 2012-2014 Turrecha, Consuelo Socorro Poblacion I-0407028 BR 3,150.00 793.64 2007-2014 Balbagon I-0407021 BC 213,650.00 50,982.14 2007-2014 Balbagon I-0407026 LR 986.52 3,900.00 2010-2014 Turrecha Consuelo Socorro Balbagon I-0407024 LR 3,900.00 986.52 2007-2014 Balbagon I-0407023 LR 3,900.00 986.52 2007-2014 Balbagon I-0407020 LR 19,130.00 4,837.49 2007-2014 Balbagon I-0407022 BC 24,270.00 5,613.35 2007-2014 Elio, Vicente Baylao I-0509864 LA 17,530.00 8,372.12 1994-2014 Elio, Edilberto Poblacion I-0102938 LA 20,540.00 3,628.90 2010-2014 Poblacion I-0104235 LA 1,740.00 532.76 2003-2014 Balbagon I-0407158 LA 1,030.00 200.66 2009-2014 Balbagon I-0407166 LS 3,880.00 1,579.22 1998-2014 Alido, Roberto Balbagon I-0107038 LA 32,410.00 13,499.24 1997-2014 Gardner, Lilia Poblacion I-0100447 LA 3,900.00 1,759.62 2001-2014 Poblacion I-0102177 BR 95,910.00 42,819.64 2003-2014 Luspo, Francisco Poblacion I-0102175 LR 11,620.00 4,346.88 2002-2014
DECLARED OWNER LOCATION T.D. NO. Kind ASSESSED TAX DUE YEAR DECLARED OWNER LOCATION T.D. NO. Kind ASSESSED TAX DUE YEAR of of VALUE DELIN of of VALUE DELIN Property Property Property Property Yumbing I-1519138 LA 7,400.00 2,778.86 2001-2014 c/o PDIC Pandan I-1114798 LA 37,980.00 9,549.78 2007-2014 Arro, Pedro Yumbing I-1517619 BC 28,210.00 4,108.02 2011-2014 Luspo, Francisco Sorosoro I-1215115 LA 18,730.00 4,865.06 2007-2014 Gomez, Felisimo Yumbing I-1517620 BC 23,310.00 5,157.56 2008-2014 c/o PDIC Poblacion I-0104172 LA 4,420.00 1,021.24 2007-2014 Yumbing I-1518617 LA 7,500.00 2,510.25 2003-2014 c/o PDIC Pandan I-1114255 LA 8,750.00 2,202.20 2007-2014 Lobido, Paula Yumbing I-1519052 LA 12,690.00 6,313.10 2003-2014 c/o PDIC Sorosoro I-1215533 LA 4,780.00 1,195.86 2007-2014 Yumbing I-1517554 LA 8,510.00 5,145.24 1996-2014 Luspo, Francisco Poblacion I-0103722 LA 19,330.00 4,776.68 2007-2014 Aranas, Ramona Yumbing I-1517627 LA 4,230.00 1,290.96 2005-2014 c/o Paul Llacuna Poblacion I-0104201 LA 11,220.00 2,561.70 2007-2014 Yumbing I-1517573 LA 2,700.00 1,234.10 1996-2014 Dagooc, Casemero Poblacion I-0103597 LA 1,470.00 461.88 2004-2014 Yumbing I-1519078 LA 10,400.00 5,971.22 2000-2014 Dagooc, Jose Poblacion I-0103903 LA 4,830.00 2,449.18 1995-2014 Michaler, Albina Yumbing I-1519109 LA 25,590.00 8,494.90 2003-2014 Dagooc, Blandina Poblacion I-0103909 LA 5,310.00 1,582.36 2005-2014 Jamil, Felix Yumbing I-1518987 LA 8,930.00 3,537.24 1999-2014 Rodrigues, Marvi Poblacion I-0103908 LA 12,470.00 4,401.46 1989-2014 Arado, Nemesio Yumbing I-1519149 LA 25,940.00 14,119.18 1994-2014 Poblacion I-0101512 LR 3,840.00 1,454.86 2002-2014 Arado, Florentino Godmalin, Andres Yumbing I-1517750 LA 4,870.00 2,273.76 1998-2014 Luspo, Francisco Yumbing I-1518958 LA 1,660.00 509.34 2008-2014 c/o Niño Luspo Poblacion I-0101513 BC 44,330.00 15,963.30 2002-2014 Arado, Domingo Yumbing I-0103972 LA 35,390.00 3,981.94 2012-2014 Montalba, Cayetano Poblacion I-0103752 LA 81,680.00 18,290.00 2008-2014 Aranas, Felino Yumbing I-0204752 LA 2,630.00 555.72 2008-2014 Poblacion I-0101769 LA 1,910.00 1,910.00 1997-2014 Yumbing I-1517980 LA 1,460.00 321.36 2008-2014 Ladio, Eufrocino Poblacion I-0101763 LA 310.00 150.94 1994-2014 Yumbing I-1519050 LA 74,290.00 20,646.00 2006-2014 Lagura, Teresita Poblacion I-0104302 LA 38,640.00 16,033.55 1995-2014 Yumbing I-1519102 LA 9,680.00 5,950.30 2003-2014 Labial, Sabino Poblacion I-0100858 LA 2,720.00 615.20 2008-2014 Yumbing I-1519103 LA 5,490.00 1,820.67 2003-2014 Ebarle, Miguel Poblacion I-0100578 LR 3,150.00 1,408.58 2001-2014 Yumbing I-1519104 LA 3,160.00 1,073.74 2003-2014 Gogo, Pedro Poblacion I-0100607 LR 7,730.00 2,740.46 2003-2014 Yumbing I-1519105 LA 10,630.00 3,491.52 2003-2014 Hondrado, Faustino Poblacion I-0101373 LR 2,720.00 1,193.72 1999-2014 Yumbing I-1519107 LA 7,820.00 2,928.96 2003-2014 Mora, Ceferina Poblacion I-0101135 LR 2,170.00 901.22 2000-2014 Yumbing I-1519108 LA 8,570.00 2,660.62 2003-2014 Dagondon, Lazaro Poblacion I-0100549 LR 4,510.00 793.88 2010-2014 Yumbing I-1519202 LA 52,500.00 9,303.00 2010-2014 Inguito, Isabelo Poblacion I-0103464 LA 26,130.00 9,552.02 2002-2014 Yumbing I-0205257 LA 3,620.00 794.82 2008-2014 Jamis, Mario Poblacion I-0103976 LA 17,740.00 3,104.30 2010-2014 Yumbing I-1518589 LA 23,010.00 5,783.46 2008-2014 Go, Vilenda Poblacion I-0104186 LA 6,060.00 2,122.98 2001-2014 Agbon, Antonio Yumbing I-1518588 LA 22,720.00 4,723.54 2008-2014 Tacder, Benita Polbacion I-0100728 LR 2,530.00 360.76 2011-2014 Agbon, Jose Yumbing I-1518358 LA 2,400.00 549.76 2008-2014 Tarde, Bernardo Poblacion I-0103605 LA 1,790.00 905.76 1995-2014 Casero, Edmundo Yumbing I-1518478 LA 1,080.00 351.48 2003-2014 Mambajao Credit Yumbing I-1518729 LA 12,860.00 3,280.98 2007-2014 Cooperative Poblacion I-0103604 LA 1,790.00 1,240.12 1980-2014 Badajos, Emeteria Yumbing I-1519011 LA 9,190.00 2,901.11 2004-2014 Reyes, Dolores, Poblacion I-0100642 BR 64,600.00 9,888.62 2011-2014 Mercado, Lourdes Yumbing I-1519016 LA 4,940.00 706.78 2011-2014 Flores, Alex Poblacion I-0102519 LR 2,160.00 1,106.06 1996-2014 Guatno, Isabel Ibahay, Catalina Poblacion I-0100674 LR 1,690.00 713.34 2000-2014 Castaños, Lusi Yumbing I-1517739 BC 55,070.00 8,056.14 2011-2014 Ibahay, Veteliano Polblacion I-0100872 LR 2,380.00 543.88 2008-2014 & Amelia Yumbing I-1518792 LA 1,240.00 418.60 2003-2014 Pantanosas, Reynaldo Poblacion I-0100667 LR 5,030.00 1,905.12 2002-2014 Madulin, Sisinado Yumbing I-1518082 LA 1,100.00 597.32 1991-2014 Poblacion I-0100322 BR 92,400.00 11,395.74 2008-2014 Boholano, Eulogia Yumbing I-1518719 LA 11,430.00 3,155.74 2006-2014 Poblacion I-0100321 LR 6,780.00 2,716.54 2001-2014 Aranas, Teodoro Yumbing I-1519191 LA 6,770.00 1,186.18 2002-2014 Ibahay, Basilio Poblacion I-0100671 LR 3,840.00 1,680.56 2000-2014 Yumbing I-1519089 LA 8,150.00 3,707.92 1998-2014 Galisa, Casiano Poblacion I-0103946 LA 7,040.00 3,014.74 2001-2014 Yumbing I-1518989 LA 2,230.00 757.54 1991-2014 Labor, Victorina Poblacion I-0103051 LAC 689,430.00 6,005.56 2012-2014 Yumbing I-1519051 LA 12,870.00 4,989.04 1994-2014 Salugsugan, Oscar Poblacion I-0102590 LR 3,520.00 715.52 2009-2014 Yumbing I-1518627 LA 3,000.00 1,570.52 1990-2014 Salugsugan, Venancio Poblacion I-0103807 LA 3,670.00 1,663.48 1997-2014 Yumbing I-1519117 LA 29,540.00 14,962.77 1994-2014 Poblacion i-0103800 LA 2,430.00 1,191.80 1996-2014 Yumbing I-0101349 LA 5,420.72 4,588.69 1996-2014 Eñola Fedila Poblacion I-0103779 LA 2,240.00 3,503.18 2002-2014 Poblacion I-0101350 LA 24,780.00 4,354.42 2010-2014 Pacatan, Ponciano Pobacion I-0101939 LR 18,490.00 3,756.04 2009-2014 Yumbing I-1518856 LA 83,470.00 4,017.93 1991-2014 Labial, Renato Yumbing I-1519018 LA 30,400.00 13,118.96 1991-2014 & Bertilla Poblacion I-0101061 BC 23,630.00 9,110.68 2000-2014 Yumbing I-1013539 LA 32,680.00 8,390.62 1991-2014 Poblacion I-0101060 BC 77,230.00 30,768.90 1998-2014 Yumbing I-0205951 LA 28,450.00 7,256.60 2006-2014 Poblacion I-0100690 BC 57,780.00 8,244.48 2010-2014 Yumbing I-1519084 LA 11,730.00 6,020.88 1980-2014 Gayramon, Benigno Yumbing I-1114830 LA 2,010.00 859.42 1997-2014 & Adelaida Poblacion I-0103188 LR 11,340.00 3,752.06 2004-2014 Yumbing I-1519142 LA 12,220.00 14,622.66 2003-2014 Poblacion I-0104268 LA 39,920.00 9,996.10 2006-2014 Yumbing I-1519080 LA 14,080.00 7,569.92 1991-2014 Nenaria, Olimpio Poblacion I-0102853 LA 11,310.00 7,102.48 2004-2014 Poblacion I-0103933 LA 13,120.00 4,186.50 2004-2014 Guatno, Aracadia Yumbing I-158988 LA 9,850.00 3,111.10 2003-2011 Gallana, Aurora Poblacion I-0101612 BC 7,650.00 2,896.90 2000-2014 & Modesta Yumbing I-1517954 LA 2,740.00 1,050.64 2001-2014 Ebarle, Myrna Poblacion I-0101870 BR 27,510.00 4,896.06 2010-2014 Gorres, Raymundo Yumbing I-1518058 LA 3,620.00 1,407.96 2003-2014 Palad, Raymundo Poblacion I-0101822 LA 6,510.00 2,075.66 2004-2014 Yumbing I-1518818 LA 1,750.00 911.56 1992-2014 Cutab, Jose & Virginia Poblacion I-01023654 LR 8,640.00 2,140.70 2007-2014 Gorres, andres Yumbing I-1518773 LA 15,890.00 3,559.28 2008-2014 Digamon, Daniel Poblacion I-0102893 BR 130,630.00 32,054.90 2004-2014 Lobido, Eustaquio Yumbing I-1517769 LA 4,430.00 1,352.42 2005-2014 Baylao I-0509063 LA 480.00 144.60 2004-2014 Bolotaolo, Ernesta Yumbing I-1518077 LA 5,730.00 1,826.44 2004-2014 Fabiaña, Rosevelta Poblacion I-0101160 LR 3,550.00 1,004.84 2005-2014 Mitchaler, Rufino Yumbing I-1518467 LA 1,300.00 414.02 2004-2014 c/o Paulino Hondrado Poblacion I-0103452 LA 2,360.00 998.68 2005-2014 Bangot, Oligario Yumbing I-1518468 LA 2,080.00 721.60 2004-2014 Magting I-0102337 BC 34,790.00 15,193.34 2003-2014 Yumbing I-1519066 LA 3,290.00 1,081.50 2004-2014 Gabucan, Rhey Poblacion I-0100361 BR 23,050.00 16,500.12 2008-2014 Lobido, German Hrs. Yumbing I-1518980 LA 11,670.00 3,367.00 2003-2014 Macamy, Angelita Yumbing I-1518322 LA 5,660.00 2,613.32 2008-2014 Eligio Poblacion I-0103123 LA 2,600.00 1,170.78 2003-2014 Yumbing I-1519093 LA 7,760.00 1,617.34 2008-2014 Salugsugan, Rogelio Yumbing I-1518799 LA 820.00 174.44 2008-2014 JR. Poblacion I-0104172 BR 78,240.00 18,188.94 2005-2014 Yumbing I-1518146 LA 2,260.00 494.54 2008-2014 Orcales, Martin Poblacion I-0100679 LR 1,490.00 529.18 2003-2014 Yumbing I-1519035 LA 7,410.00 2,370.14 2003-2014 Salugsugan, Juanito Yumbing I-1518941 LA 3,680.00 1,230.42 2003-2014 & Lucila Poblacion I-0103820 LA 17,650.00 5,244.86 2005-2014 Yumbing I-1518379 LA 5,780.00 1,266.94 2008-2014 Pantanosas, Alberto & Poblacion I-0102226 LR 7,130.00 2,537.52 2003-2014 Abuzo, Carlos Tupsan I-1416671 LA 1,510.00 453.66 2005-2014 Carmelita Tupsan I-1416508 LA 10,390.00 4,091.38 2002-2014 Salcedo, Perfecto Poblacion I-0101360 LR 780.00 178.20 2008-2014 Lago, Casimero Tupsan I-1417145 LA 3,140.00 2,520.52 2005-2014 Poblacion I-0101361 LR 33,720.00 9,755.76 2005-2014 Quiñones, Pastora Tupsan I-1417285 LA 3,200.00 1,592.68 1980-2014 Pacon, Apolonio Poblacion I-0100674 LR 3,000.00 686.02 2008-2014 Palarca, Carmen Tupsan I-1417021 LA 660.00 8,289.06 1980-2014 Labis, Jimmy Jr. Tupsan I-1416513 LA 4,020.00 2,241.26 1985-2014 Mary Jeane Poblacion I-0103475 BR 31,120.00 753.8.10 2007-2014 Borromeo, Faustina Tupsan I-1416350 LA 5,910.00 2,109.52 2003-2014 Osma, Oscar Poblacion I-0100603 LR 3,110.00 1,384.06 1999-2014 Vivares, Francis Tupsan I-1416955 LA 5,920.00 710.88 2011-2014 c/o Sarah Osma Abao, Valeriano Tupsan I-1416965 LA 340.00 123.90 2000-2014 Lantaca, Nora Reyes Poblacion I-0101674 LA 420.00 119.76 2004-2014 Tupsan I-1417227 LA 1,630.00 1,190.52 1979-2014 Manongol, Zacarias Poblacion I-0100647 BR 19,320.00 21,201.78 2001-2014 Palarca, Romulo Tupsan I-1416642 LA 720.00 308.92 2001-2014 Labial, Gavino Sr. Poblacion I-0102277 LA 4,600.00 1,451.70 2004-2014 Borromeo, eulogio Tupsan I-1416639 LA 670.00 291.98 2001-2014 Gamo, Rustom Poblacion I-0103840 LA 28,330.00 9,130.52 2004-2014 Tupsan I-1416640 LA 720.00 308.92 2001-2014 c/o Rodolfo Gamo Tupsan I-1416590 LA 3,180.00 1,275.68 2001-2014 Gamo, Eugenio Poblacion I-0103843 LA 970.00 322.48 2004-2014 Villadores, Gaudencia Tupsan I-1417321 LA 3,990.00 1,920.22 1997-2014 Gamo, Ruodulfo 10,950.00 2,641.54 2007-2014 & Pedrita Poblacion I-0103257 BR 70,500.00 8,301.30 2010-2014 Nadela, Antonio & Nimfa Tupsan I-1417069 LA Tupsan I-1416545 LA 7,150.00 4,289.14 1980-2014 Francisco, Lauro Poblacion I-0102566 BC 23,560.00 7,727.12 2004-2014 Paeranga, Alipio Tupsan I-1417115 LA 73,250.00 23,396.30 2003-2014 Omahoy, Gordon Poblacion I-0103670 LA 1,330.00 568.10 2000-2014 Nery, Jose Jr. et al Tupsan I-1417172 LA 61,690.00 20,213.16 2002-2014 Talan, Benito Poblacion I-0102993 LR 1,190.00 528.70 1999-2014 Nery, Carlos Tupsan i-1417165 LA 21,660.00 7,021.12 2003-2014 Sagocsoc, Alfredo Poblacion I-0102258 LA 1,350.00 362.92 2006-2014 Nery, Natividad Tupsan I-1416263 LA 1,760.00 1,401.96 1997-2014 Napisa, Fructosa Poblacion I-0101340 LA 750.00 284.02 2003-2014 Bacsarsa, Felipe 1,330.00 723.60 1991-2014 Sabacajan, Natividad Yumbing I-1518367 LA 12,420.00 3,863.74 2005-2014 Bacsarsa, Emeliano Tupsan I-1417260 LA Tupsan I-1417258 LA 2,520.00 1,255.84 1995-2014 Yumbing I-1519537 LA 82,400.00 29,774.58 2000-2014 Bacsarsa, emeliano Naasag I-1013368 LA 5,520.00 2,428.74 1997-2014 c/o Emelia Vivares 6,250.00 3,231.54 1991-2014 Palarca, Arcadio Yumbing I-1519101 LA 11,580.00 5,651.84 1991-2014 Guibelondo, Juan Hrs Tupsan I-1417292 LA Aban, Ingrita Yumbing I-1519071 LA 6,670.00 2,396.82 1994-2014 Guiberlondo, Tupsan I-1417220 LA 4,500.00 2,371.68 1994-2014 Reyes, Juan Yumbing I-1518451 LA 18,620.00 9,522.00 1992-2014 Incarnacion Tupsan I-1417230 LA 1,080.00 495.96 1996-2014 Gamorot, santiago Yumbing I-1518849 LA 6,250.00 3,278.78 2000-2014 Abuzo, Gregorio Tupsan I-1417116 LA 42,490.00 18,152.46 2000-2014 Yumbing I-1518280 LA 3,280.00 3,395.16 2000-2014 Lusdoc, Atanacio Tupsan I-1417048 LA 3,740.00 1,765.06 1996-2014 Naasag I-1013065 LA 10,270.00 5,757.66 1985-2014 Tupsan I-1417065 LA 9,720.00 5,234.26 1994-2014 Aban, Funny Yumbing I-1519070 LA 3,460.00 1,410.84 1994-2014 Tupsan I-1417190 LA 16,470.00 16,470.00 4039.72 Bacasnot, gorgonio et al Yumbing I-1519140 LA 56,060.00 15,137.38 2005-2014 Gorres, Dionesio Yumbing I-1518502 LA 7,110.00 1,773.90 2004-2014 Gorres, Victoriano Yumbing I-1519012 LA 1,670.00 705.12 1999-2014 Agbon, Jose Yumbing I-1518358 LA 2,400.00 546.40 2008-2014 CERTIFIED CORRECT: Sabacajan, Martin Yumbing I-15179*22 LA 3,290.00 1,349.64 1994-2014 Sabacan, amador Yumbing I-1518069 LA 3,490.00 553.60 2005-2014 Ballentos, Eusebio Yumbing I-1519753 LA 20,680.00 5,889.84 2001-2014 Madarieta, Rufino Yumbing I-1518503 LA 10,130.00 3,495.50 2001-2014 Yumbing I-1519055 LA 350.00 418.86 2003-2014 (Sgd.) CRISTITA V. ABASTAS Cashier II Yumbing I-1013479 LA 1,120.00 1,771.78 2001-2014 ICO-Municipal Treasurer Yumbing I-1518658 La 850.00 296.80 2003-2014 Yumbing I-1518540 LA 4,380.00 10,585.87 2001-2014 Yumbing I-1519203 LA 50,050.00 17,332.72 2003-2014 Yumbing I-1519157 LA 55,600.00 18,032.44 2003-2014 Bangot, Domingo Yumbing I-1518494 LA 830.00 429.44 1991-2014 MDN: July 13 & 20, 2015
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citizens now have disabilities,” Maquiling added. PWD ID Registered Social Worker Rovelyn B. Taboclaon of the City Social Welfare and Development (CSWD) says that to date, there are 1,500 PWDs registered with their office and were issued PWD Cards which entitles the holders to discounts in pharmacies, hospitals, professional fees, recreational facilities, and the like. However, not all establishments in the city are diligently complying with the said discounts according to Taboclaon. To maximize the registration, PDAO and the CSWD have intensified their barangay-to-barangay PWD registration so that more PWDs can benefit from the program. The requirements for the said registration are: (1) Barangay Residence Certificate, (2) Birth Certificate, (3) 1x1 ID photo, (4) Confirmation of Disability. Taboclaon also encourages all establishments to honor the discount privi-
leges of the PWD IDs and also encourages all concerned agencies to fully implement and advocate the program. Sign language Among PWDs, the deaf has more use for a human assistant rather than a device. Deaf Association of Misamis Oriental Inc. (DAMOR) Executive Director, Hazel D. Bual, said (through her interpreter) that rather than an assistive device, the deaf has much more need for an on-call assistant who doubles as an interpreter. She notes that their disability is not physically visible until they speak using their hands. House Bill No. 450 was introduced in the Philippine House of Representatives to declare Filipino Sign Language (FSL) as the National Sign Language of the Philippines and to mandate its use as the medium of official communication in all transactions involving the deaf and the language of instruction of deaf education. According to reports, HB 450 was recently approved by the House of Representatives Committee on Social Services. A taste of freedom Freedom Technology Wheelchair is a company engaged in the manufacturing of customized assistive devices that helps empower the user to optimize his capacity to integrate himself in his community and liberating him from the usual confinements of his disabilities. Maquiling, who uses a customized wheelchair from Freedom, said that there is a big difference between the “hospital type” wheelchairs and the ones built by Freedom Technology Wheelchairs. “Aside sa patsada (nice), I like it kai ha-om gyud sa ako ang wheelchair (I like it because the wheelchair really fits me), and customized wheelchairs lessen the chances of the PWD aggravating their disability” notes Maquiling. She also adds that PWDs should have this kind of wheelchairs and that donors should also take this into consideration. Martin Monico Q. Gadrinab, President of Handicapped Anchor is Christ (HACI de Oro) and Vice Chair CDO City Council on Disability Affairs (CdOCCDA) also uses a Freedom built wheelchair. He said “my wheelchair
Publication Notice R.A. 10172 PUBLICATION NOTICE July 09, 2015 In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013 Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172 and 9048), Notice is hereby served to the public that HIRA M. LAGAT has filed with this Office , a petition for correction of entry in her date of birth from “NOVEMBER 19,1960” to “JULY 19, 1960” in the Certificate of Live Birth of HIRA M. LAGAT at KIBIA, KABACAN, COTABATO and whose parents are ALEJO MAGPUSAO and BASTIANA SARMIENTO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than July 28, 2915.
(Sgd) GANDY B. MAMALUBA Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: July 13 & 20, 2015
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was built according to my size and according to my comfort.” Gadrinab also clarifies that we should use the term ‘non-disabled’ instead of ‘normal’ when used as reference, “after all, we are not abnormal.” The 37th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) celebration in Cagayan de Oro also has the following activities: Accessibility Audit on various establishments in the city on July 18, a sports festival on July 19 at the Macasandig Covered Court, a symposium on PWD Laws on July 20 at the Centrio Ayala Mall activity center, “PWDs Got Talent, The Concert!” on July 21 at the SM City CDO atrium, and a variety show on July 23 at the SM City CDO activity center.
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Quezon City for “advanced liver cancer,” and four days after he lapsed into a coma after a massive heart attack. Quoting Ampatuan’s lawyer, Salvador Panelo, ABS-CBN news announced nearly midnight that the 74year old Ampatuan passed away at around 10:02 p.m. at the National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI) in Quezon City. No other details were reported. Maguindanaons expect Ampatuan’s remains to be flown to Maguindanao immediatley for burial, in accordance with Islamic rites of burying the dead within 24 hours. But there will be no burial honors for the former Maguindanao governor and former mayor of Shariff Aguak town who was known not only for the November 23, 2009 massacre in Ampatuan town of 58 persons, 32 of them from the media, but also for his state-tolerated private army and for delivering votes, including the controversial 12-0 win of the senatorial slate of then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in 2007. “No burial honors. Hindi na kailangan mag half mast (There will be no flying of the flags at half mast),” for the former three-term governor of Maguindanao, Governor Esmael “Toto” Mangudatu, told MindaNews Friday morning. Mangudadatu’s wife Genalyn and his two sisters
were among the massacre victims. Genalyn led the convoy bound for the Commission on Elections provincial office at the Provincial Capitol in the Ampatuan stronghold in Shariff Aguak town, Maguindanao, to file her husband’s certificate of candidacy for governor. Early Wednesday, when news about the comatose Ampatuan broke out, Mangudatu told MindaNews that if his former political ally dies, security protocol is not necessary bcuase because his remains are not a threat to the community anymore,” he said. But Mangudadatu said Ampatuan Sr., said he is “not entitled to burial honors kasi hindi rin sya bayani sa bayan pero karapatan nya na mailibing siya ng maayos” (because he is not a hero, but it is his right to be buried decently). In Cotabato City, Ghazali Jaafar, vice chair for political affairs of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), in an interview by Tira Birada’s radio anchors on Friday morning said Ampatuan, Sr., was a Datu and political clan leader in Maguindanao that’s why he is part of the history of Maguindanao and the Bangsamoro. “Nakikiramay ang MILF sa pamilya ni Andal bilang siya ay kapatid na Bangsamoro pero hindi ibig sabihin na sinasangayunan namin ang mali niyang gawain. Hindi naman lahat ng Ampatuan ay sang-ayon sa kanyang masamang gawain” (The MILF condoles iwht the family of Andal as a fellow Bangsamoro but this does not mean that we agreed with his wrongdoings. Not all the Ampautans agreed with him. In a certification dated June 26, Dr. Jade Jamias of the NKTI said Ampatuan, who had been hospitalized since June 5 was “being managed as a case of advanced liver cancer with signs of decompensation,” and the prognosis is “currently dim as pharmacologic intervention is limited.” “Expected life expectancy for such case is usually 3-6 (three to six) months but may be shorter if the liver function will continuously and progressively deteriorate,” Jamias said. Detained along with the patriarch for the 2009 massacre are his sons Zaldy, second-term governor of the Autonomous Region
R.A. Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines Province; north Cotabato Municipality: Magpet OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR CCE-0033-2015 R.A. 9048/R.A. 10172 Date July 28, 2015
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“For Camiguin, it means that being small is not an obstacle to being competitive,” said Jurdin Jesus M. Romualdo in a text message sent to this paper. “With a lot of hard work, discipline,
and political will, we can be as good as and even better than larger localities.” Besides Misamis Oriental at #2 with a score of 38.9269 and Camiguin at #10 with a score of 34.2111, the other provinces in Region X were ranked for overall competitiveness in 2015 as follows with their respective scores: Lanao del Norte #19 (31.0575); Bukidnon #32 (28.9225) and Misamis Occidental #46 (26.8057).
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When Laguindingan Airport was built in 2007, it was set to international standard to pave the way for global flights. But when it opened in 2013, it was able to accommodate domestic flights only and CAAP classified it as a Principal Domestic Airport Class I. The airport has a single 2,1000 x 45 meter runway which can accommodate four plane landings and takeoffs in an hour. Its 7,1854 square-meter passenger terminal can accommodate 2,000 passengers a day. In 2014, a total of 462,825 incoming passengers passed though Laguindingan Airport disembarking from 6,200 incoming flights. Converting Laguindingan from a domestic airport to an international one was painstakingly slow. It was only in March this year that it accommodated night flights after navigational equipment was fully installed. Still, there were no red eye flights yet as operations are terminated for the day at 9 in the evening. Despite that, Mr. Chan was constantly lobbying at CAAP to push for the South Korean international flights citing the large South Korean presence in Northern Mindanao. They rank second among foreign arrivals here with Americans on top in 2014. By then, Laguindingan would become the 12th international airport in the country.
PRA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
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In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No.. 2013-1 Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that REYNALDO DIMAANO RAVINA has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in date of birth from “July 11, 1964” to “July 10, 1964” in the Certificate of Live Birth of EDITA DIMAANO REVENA who was born on July 11, 1964 at Magpet, Cotabato and whhose parents are Nicolas Bongjanoy Ravena and Guillerma Siriales Dimaano. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than August 3, 2015. (Sgd) CHONA M. PROVIDA, MPA Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: July 13 & 20, 2015
in Muslim Mindanao at the time of the massacre; Anwar, then mayor of Shariff Aguak; and Andal “Datu Unsay” Ampatuan, Jr., then mayor of Datu Unsay town. The younger Andal is believed to have led the armed men who flagged down the convoy of the emissaries of political ally-turned-rival Mangudadatu and herded them off to the massacre site in Sitio Masalay, Barangay Salman in Ampatuan town. Until their detention, the principal suspects in the 2009 massacre lived in mansions in the country’s third poorest province, in neighboring cities, and even in Metro Manila, traveled with a retinue of heavily armed escorts in a convoy of black SUVs, flew business class, and paid the equivalent of at least two business-class tickets for the handling fees of their bodyguards’ guns flown on board (and several thousands of pesos more for their bodyguards’ tickets). Each of their purchase, including those of multimillion-peso lots and luxury vehicles, was reportedly paid for in cold cash. Ampatuan was “arrested” in his mansion in Shariff Aguak (“invited” according to then Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita) at around 1:30 a.m. on December 5, 2009, a few hours after mrtial law was declared. He was told he would be brought to the Eastern Mindanao Command camp in Davao City, some 290 kilometers away via Cotabato City. In Davao City, however, Ampatuan complained of chest pains and was brought to the Davao Doctors’ Hospital, the premier private hospital in the city. After several tests, he was given a cardio clearance for transfer to the camp hospital. He was fetched by military operatives from Davao Doctors nearly midnight December 6 and brought to the Camp Panacan Station Hospital of the EastMinCom in the early hours of December 7. He was flown to Manila on April 17, 2010. (Carolyn O. Arguillas / MindaNews)
In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that RITCHIE DEL PUERTO BABIA has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s SEX from “F” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of RECHIE DEL PUERTO BABIA who was born on January 10, 1962 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are BLAS BABIA and LUZ DEL PUERTO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than July 21, 2015.
(SGD.) NORMA S. DIPUTADO City Civil Registrar MDN: July 13 & 20, 2015
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