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DAVAO de Norte Governor Rodolfo del Rosario takes his oath before Secretary Mar Roxas of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) together with the other officials of the League of Provincies of the Philippines (LPP) led by reelected League President Governor Alfonso Umali Jr. of Oriental Mindoro. Photo supplied

By Noel Baguio, Contributor

GOVERNOR Rodolfo del Rosario of Davao del Norte will continues to serve as a member of the National Executive Board (NEB) of the League of Provinces of the Philippines (LPP) after retaining his post as chair of the league for Davao region. Del Rosario, who was a former LPP

president, got his third nomination as NEB member during the League’s general assembly and election last July 19, 2013 in Manila. The governor took his oath before Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas, along with the other winning officials of the League, led by reelected LPP President Gov. Alfonso Umali Jr. of Oriental Mindoro.

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DAVAO City––Although the green designs for buildings in the Philippines has just started, it is becoming a trend and a good opportunity for Mindanao to go for it. This was said by Architect Romolo Valentino Nati, chairman, ITALPINAS European Design & Eco-Development Corporation in a press conference held during the conduct of Mindanao Energy Efficiency Forum on Tuesday at the Marco Polo Hotel Davao. Nati said there is a need to correct the impression that green design is costly saying “we should help correct this kind of stereotyping.” The design of the building helps ensure natural See design, page 11

City council urged to walk the talk for watershed preservation By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA of DavaoToday.com

DAVAO City––The city council is planning to revive its earlier resolution to ban mining in the city after reports that a mining firm has secured a permit in Paquibato District. During the council’s session Tuesday, second district Councilor Danilo DayangA PROTEST AGAINST militarization. Indigenous people from Paqui- hirang said he received a bato District stage a protest rally in front of the Sangguniang Panlungsod Building letter from a farmers group in Davao City on July 23, 2013. The group calls for an end to the militarization that is saying that MRC Allied Inc., has secured a permit on an being conducted in their village. MindaNews photo by Toto Lozano

8,475 hectares mining application in the area. The letter, written by the Paquibato District Peasant Association (PADIPA) said the mining exploration will destroy the city’s watershed area. Members of PADIPA staged a camp in front of the SP building to signify their protest to the mining firm and harassments by the Investment Defense Force

of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. The MRC Allied, Inc. (MRC), has listed Davao in one of its projects aside from others projects in Tampakan, Surigao, Boston-Cateel and New Cebu Township One (NCTO). According to the environment group Panalipdan Southern Mindanao, the firm is owned by business tycoon Lucio See watershed, page 11

Second startup weekend in Davao ganizers, said during the Club 888 press conference at Marco Polo Davao Wednesday that Startup Weekend is a DAVAO City––People with business ideas “global grassroots movement of active to share may enlist for the second hold- and empowered entrepreneurs who are ing of Startup Weekend Davao, which is learning the basics of founding startups scheduled on August 9 to 11. and launching successful ventures”. Angel Abella, one of the event orSee davao, page 11 By Florienne Melendrez of MindaNews

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Consumer rights advocacy fortified TAGUM City, Davao del Norte––The Department of Trade and Industry-Davao del Norte provincial office (DTI-DN) is now utilizing the schools to advance its advocacy and awareness on consumer rights and protection. During the just-held Kadagayaan Festival, the DTI turned over to the Department of Education (DepEd) through Governor Rodolfo del Rosario the consumer rights and responsibilities advocacy posters. DTI-DN Provincia l Director Engr. Edwin O. Banquerigo said the project, which is a component of his office’s “Ramdam Ka

Ba Ni Juan Project”, aims to increase the awareness of schoolchildren about their rights and responsibilities as consumers. “We want to have the Consumer Rights and Responsibilities Advocacy Posters in every classroom in the province of Davao del Norte because we believe that the students, especially those who are still in elementary, are one of the best vehicles for consumer advocacy,” he said. Moreover, Banquerigo said such strategy is to enhance the level of consumer awareness and for everyone to feel the presence of DTI services. We intend to start this campaign at the grade

level. “Teaching them when they are still young is most effective in moulding someone’s mindset,” he said. By employing the publicprivate partnership (PPP) mechanism, DTI-DN was able to get the support and commitment of NCCC Supermarket and NCCC Department Store wherein the said home-grown chain of stores participated by sponsoring the printing of 450 Tarpaulin Posters. The advocacy posters were given to Emilyn Saladores of DepEd-Davao del Norte, Darwin Suyat of DepEd-Tagum City, and Elsa S. Liyag of DepEd-Island Garden City of Samal.

CONSUMER ADVOCACY. Emilyn Saladores (left) of the Department of Education (DepEd) of Davao del Norte, Darwin Suyat of DepEd-Tagum City, and Elsa S. Liyag of DepEd-Island Garden City of Samal display the consumer advocacy posters received from Engr. Edwin O. Banquerigo, provincial director of the Department of Trade and Industry in Davao del Norte. The project aims to educate the schoolchildren to become responsible and empowered consumers. Photo supplied

Dads approve new liquor ban By CHERYLL D. FIEL of DavaoToday

DAVAO City––In a span of less than two weeks, the City council introduced, deliberated and approved a new liquor ban that prohibits business establishments

from selling and serving liquors and other intoxicating substances starting at one in the morning. “This is what the mayor wanted. He wanted to expedite its approval for him to address the issue on maintaining peace and order,”

councilor Bonifacio Militar, proponent of the ordinance said in an interview with the media, minutes after a special session Wednesday, hammered the new law. Militar said Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has frequently dealt with minors involved in such crimes that usually occur after midnight, hence he wrote the City Council last week on July 15 deeming the amendment to the liquor ban as urgent. The council immediately passed the amendments on July 16 on its first reading. A week later, the council passed the ordinance, but it took a special session Wednesday as they ran out of time during their regular session on Tuesday. Militar said, in all his 19 years in the council, this is the first time that an ordinance has been passed this fast in just a week’s time. Militar clarified that due process was observed in the passage of the law which was expedited due to the mayor’s request. Even the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) manifested their support of the ordinance, he added. If the Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte signs it today, the ordinance will be submitted to the Office of the City Mayor for approval. The ordinance shall immediately take effect three See ban, page 11

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ista Residences Inc., the condominium development arm of Vista Land, the country’s largest homebuilder, is now building its first high-rise condominium property outside of Metro Manila – right in the heart of Cagayan de Oro’s central business district.

The Loop, strategically located within the bustling Lim Ket Kai Complex, will soon tower over the central business district of Cagayan de Oro. The new high-rise condominium is set to become an icon and one of the most valuable real estate developments in the city. The landmark condo development will have two 25-storey buildings called the north and the south towers, efficiently connected by a walkway. Each tower will house 522 unique units, from studio to one-bedroom, twobedroom, and three-bedroom units. Floor area varies according to type of unit. Studio comes at 20.1 to 21.60 sq. m., one-bedroom units are at 29.55 to 38.03 sq. m., and two-bedroom units are at 50 to 59 sq. m. The Loop’s threebedroom units at the Penthouse floor have ample space at 86 sq. m., while Garden Units at the 4th floor have spacious balcony with a floor area of 60 to 80 sq. m. Down payment for a unit at The Loop Down can start as low as P5,285 monthly. The Loop’s masterplanned towers welcome unit owners and guests with an opulent and spacious lobby. Upscale amenity offerings on the ground level such as the adult and kiddie pools, fitness gym, multi-purpose hall, and commercial spaces will be on hand. The second and third levels will be the parking pods while the 4th floor will have garden residential units. Residential condo units will continue from the 5th to the 24thlevel,

with exclusive penthouse units at the 25th floor, and the “Canopy”at the topmost level. The towers’ East side will enjoy the mountainview while the West side will have the compelling view of the vibrant cityscape. Both towers will have 24-hour concierge services and advanced security system for residents’ convenience and peace of mind. The Loop by Vista Residences allows the people of Cagayan and its neighboring cities to enjoy the modern comforts and conveniences of living, working, and doing business within the city’s central business, recreation and commercial district. The comfort comes from living within the luxurious condo units of The Loop with its world-class features and amenities. The units are carefully designed to allow homeowners to live comfortably and in style. The convenience comes from living close to workplaces, schools and universities, supermarkets, retail and shopping, business centers and a whole range of amenities that make all daily living essentials within close reach. It is a few strides away from stores and shops at the Lim Ket Kai center and right across the transport hub, giving you access to neighboring towns and cities, near and far. The Loop’s “walkability” factor is a definite plus to many -- especially to those who want to live sustainably. Living within walking distance entails less time and travel to go to desired locations, translating to less car use,

saving fuel and money, and getting more time for family and other personal pursuits. As the focal point of the city, the central business district has a high concentration of job opportunities, business and commercial activities, as well as cultural, recreational and social events. These make The Loop a bastion of the modern lifestyle in Cagayan, where live, work, and play can be easily achieved. This most anticipated condominium development in the northern Mindanao region belongs to the prestigious portfolio of Vista Residences, a major player in the country’s multi-level, mixed-use property development

industry. To date, Vista Residences has 23 low- to high-rise condominiums in select prime locations in Metro Manila, Davao City -- which hosts Vista Residences first mid-rise vertical residence outside of Mega Manila -- and now in Cagayan de Oro City, making it a top choice for condo homes that provide the best city living experience. It entered the market in 2006 to offer Filipinos the convenience of condo living. Combining the space planning savvy of the country’s top architects, an innate knack for selecting accessible and attractive locations to fit a wide range of needs, budgets and lifestyles, Vista Residences has set

new standards for mid to high-rise living. Vista Residences’ roster of elegant condo buildings include KL Mosaic, Salcedo Square, and Laureano Di Trevi (Makati), The Currency (Ortigas), The Symphony Towers, Wil Tower Mall, Vista Residences Katipunan, Madison Place Pine Crest, Brescia Residences (Quezon City), 515 Shaw (Mandaluyong), Cerritos Residences (Pasig). It also includes Marfori and Presidio (Sucat), Vista Residences Taft, 878 Espana, and Crown Towers U-Belt (Manila), Pacific Residences, Avant at the Fort, and The Hudson (Taguig), Northpoint (Davao), and now, The Loop in Cagayan de Oro. Vista Residences draws from 38 years of property development expertise of Vista Land which has created over 250,000 homes in 33 provinces and 65 cities and municipalities across the country. Catering to all income segments, Vista Land has been building homes where families can live a better quality of life.

More information on The Loop is available at 0917-8102445 and Communities Cagayan Inc., 2nd Floor Pelaez Arcade, RN Abejuela corner JP Rizal St., Cagayan de Oro City, and at http://www.vistaresidences.com.ph/


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Cebu Pacific launches bigger Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge for university students

Bigger prizes and more exciting adventures await young explorers in the Cebu Pacific Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge, now on its second year. Once again, the Philippines’ leading low-cost carrier will bring daring students with an insatiable thirst for adventure and a knack for budget travel on the ultimate all-expenses paid backpacking trip around the country. Cebu Pacific representatives will tour different colleges and universities all over the Philippines this July in search of fun-loving students who want to join the Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge. The contest is open to college and university students who are 17 to 23 years old and residing in the Philippines. To join, interested participants must form a team with three members and upload a short video to www. juanforfun.com. The audition video should answer the question “Why

should we send your team to a fun adventure?” Deadline of application is July 29, 2013. The five teams with the best and most creative audition videos will be chosen to explore six of the best destinations in the country from August 27 to September 2. During the week-long backpacking challenge, the teams will be tasked to have as many fun and adventurous experiences and discoveries within a given travel allowance. They should also complete the special fun challenges prepared by Cebu Pacific in each destination to earn extra points and win additional prizes. At the end of the challenge, the team with the most number of experiences and the least amount of total expenses will win the competition, based on these criteria: Fun Activities (50%) and Budget Friendliness (50%). The team will win 12 round-trip tickets to any

short-haul international or domestic destination, plus a three-day, twonight Philippine tour package for three, courtesy of the Department of Tourism. Each member of the team will also receive Samsung Galaxy tablets, Wenger watches, Sun Cellular pocket wifi and broadband wireless kits. The Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge 2013 is co-presented by Sun Broadband Wireless and the Department of Tourism, with the support of Wenger, the official travel gear of the Juan for Fun backpackers, and Canon. “This will be a bigger Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge, so we encourage student teams to send in their most creative and fun audition videos, for the opportunity to travel all over the country, and represent their schools. It will be a celebration of travel and adventure, so if you’re up for it, go to www.juanforfun.com

now,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog Last year, Team Big Explor-

ers, composed of Iris Patricia Ang and Benj Tuason of De La Salle University, and Godfrey Medina of the Philippine State College of Aeronautics, won the first-ever Cebu Pacific Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge. “The challenge taught us that we didn’t really have to spend a lot to have fun in the Philippines. From the people we met to the bucket list activities we got to do, the experience was definitely worth it,” said Iris. “Cebu Pacific is giving so many students the chance to travel around the country with their affordable fares. We’re very excited for the next batch of Juan for Fun backpacker teams,” she added. Among the daring tasks that the trio had to overcome were eating exotic Kapampangan delicacies such as kuhol (snail), batute (fried frog) and kamaro (crickets) in Clark

and learning the art of making puso (cooked rice wrapped in a woven palm leaf pouch) in Cebu. In Iloilo, they were given the mission to put on a Dinagyang costume and have their photos taken with 10 locals in Iloilo, while in Davao, they were tasked to complete a durian-eating and pomelo-peeling race. The challenge concluded in a stilts race in Cagayan de Oro and a trivia game in Intramuros, Manila. Do you have what it takes to be named the ultimate backpacker team? Then join the Cebu Pacific Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge Year 2. Visit its official website, www. juanforfun.com, for the complete contest mechanics, plus backpacking adventure stories and tips from popular travel bloggers. To stay up to date on their exciting promos and events, follow Cebu Pacific’s official Facebook and Twitter pages.

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APPLICANT request authority for Extension of Validity of the certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service on the line ;Cagayan de Oro City to Iligan and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least TEN(10)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 25th day of July, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for Extension of Validity of the Certificate of Public Convenience to operate PUJ service on the line ;Cogon Market –Apovel Bulua and vice versa with the use of two (2) unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least TEN(10)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 25th day of July, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority For approval of sale and transfer with extension of validity to operate PUJ service on the line;Divisoria P.N. Roa Calaanan Relocation and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least TEN(10)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 25th day of July, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for extension of validity of certificate of public convenience to operate Aircon Taxi service on the line;within CDO and to any point in Region X and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 25th day of July, 2013.

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Team Big Explorer jams with locals in Malasag Eco Village. Team Big Explorer was introduced to the traditional music of the Tigwahanon tribe in Cagayan de Oro.

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Gamba Artsada features CdeO culture, arts in LKK By Elaine O. Ratunil The City of Golden Friendship will host an art exhibition of the Artsada team of artists on July 22 to 28, 2013, at LimKetKai Mall, Lapasan, this city. Gamba Artsada is intended to help promote Cagayan de Oro as a place of unique culture, heritage and visual arts, said Marigold Cherie RamosGarrido, Artsada artist. She said it will display oeuvres of the Artsada artists, showcasing the city’s rich heritage and culture in recognition of the Kagay-anon cultural heritage, history, natural wonders, values and socio-cultural and economic aspirations. The team members are composed of “tubong Cagay-anon” promising artists. Some of them won in the various regional and national art competitions. The exhibit is also supported by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Visual Arts Committee, as part of their off-shoot activities in promoting local arts and also R Productions for promotions. The participating artists for this exhibit are visual artists with varied line of interests or medium in arts: Bo Daclan (contemporary artist), Shamae Casino (sculptor), Mark Bailo (anime artist), Lloyd Hinosolango (portrait artist) and Marigold Cherie Ramos-Garrido (pastelist). (Artsada/PIA10) Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City JOEBEN DAUG -Vendor SOLIDAD B. OLVIDA -Vendee

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NCCA now accepting project proposals for 2014 DAVAO C I T Y — T h e Nat iona l C ommission for Culture and the Arts (NC CA) is calling on cultural and art groups, individual artists, nongovernment organizations, local government units and academic institutions to submit project proposals for the 2014 NCCA Grants program. Deadline for submission is on August 30. Marlene Ruth Sanchez, NCCA deputy director, said during the “Salabat at Sining” press conference at the Philippine Information Agency-11 Friday that proposals should be in line with the theme “Filipino

culture as the wellspring of national and global well-being.” The theme is decided annually by the 19 committees of the NCCA based on the identified priority needs of the sector. “Projects must establish culture as pillar of sustainable development, advance creativity and diversity of artistic expression, and promote a strong sense of nationhood and pride in being Filipino through culture and arts,” Sanchez said in calling for project proposals. Grace Reytes, NCCA project development officer and cultural dis-

semination chief, said that they received at least 1,000 proposals last year but approved only about 450. “The problem is some proposals are not geared towards the priority set by the committee,” she added. Proposals should be submitted at their na-

tional office at Intramuros, Manila addressed to Marichu G. Tellano, chief of the NCCA’s policy, plan, formulation and program division. Online submissions though their email info@ ncca.gov.ph and pmd@ ncca.gov.ph will also be accepted if the documents

are complete with the scanned signature of the head of the proposing institution or the individual proponent. Reytes said they will give priority to proposals from Mindanao given its diverse and rich cultural heritage. (Florriene Melendrez/MindaNews)

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APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension and amendment of route of service to operate FILCAB service on the line;Kisolon –Malaybalay City and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 25th day of July, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service on the line ;Cogon Market to Balulang (all in Cagayan de Oro City)and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 25th day of July, 2013.

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NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer of certificate of public convenience with amendment of line to operate PUJ service on the line;Cogon Market to PN Roa –Calaanan –Relocation (all in Cagayan de Oro City )and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 25th day of July, 2013. MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer MDN: July 26, 2013

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APPLICANT request authority TO extend the validity of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service on the line;Cogon Market to Lapasan (all in Cagayan de Oro City) and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 24rth day of July, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ on the line;Manolo Fortich to Camp Philips –Alae,(all in Bukidnon)and vice versa with e use of ONE (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 24rth day of July, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for issuance of certificate of public convenience to operate TH FRIEGHT TRUCK service on the line;within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in Region X accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of one (1) unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 24rth day of July, 2013.

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A picture showing a crying SPO1 Joselito Sevilla, a 12-year veteran in the police force, and a young Caucasian verbally berating him during Monday’s dispersal of an estimated 15,000 anti-State of the Nation ralliers not far from the Batasang Pambansa complex in Quezon City went viral and given media mileage by print and electronic media. Social media netizens lambasted the Caucasian for what they say his gall in interfering with domestic affairs. A good number called for his immediate deportation. Some said he should be sent to jail for

Misplaced reaction A deeper view Jesse E.L. Bacon II his act. In an open letter to Sevilla that went viral also, the Caucasian, a Dutch national actually who claimed to be in the country to join an international human rights fact finding mission on the reported blatant rights

violations by state security forces against hapless citizens, explained he was just emphatically asking Sevilla why are they using force to disperse a peaceful assembly. The Dutch national though acknowledged that Sevilla never used force

against the ralliers. Perhaps this was the reason why all the policeman could do is just cried because the order issued by police superiors was to disperse by all means the ralliers so they can’t force their way near the Batasan complex and deep in his heart he did not want to hurt anyone. Reportedly, it was the first time in his 12 years in the police service that Sevilla was assigned to perform anti-riot duties. Sevilla’s display of human emotions in a highly charged situation is of no moment to me. I respect See reaction, page 8

Make corruption a capital offense CORRUPTION in the Philippines is so rampant it is happening nearly every moment of one’s life. It is taking place in so many government offices, in congress, in public work projects, nearly everywhere. The country ranks high according to foreign observers and yet the government is just silent and not doing anything about it. Because of this catastrophe, the country is dwindling. We cannot lift a bit because our money is tied to the corrupt people. So many of our government workers and executives are wealthy people. They have mansions in exclusive villages and private areas. They have properties nearly everywhere including in foreign lands and many of which not registered in their names. They have flashy cars, resorts, vacation homes and a lot of them make frequent trips to cities in

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Ben Emata Jr. foreign lands. All of them have huge bank deposits, some of which are outside of the country. The government is aware about it but is helpless to run after its cronies, its relatives and political supporters. We are just helpless in this regard the reason why corruption thrives freely, smoothly and constantly. It is high time something is done. The general public should march forward and denounce this great monster in our society. Our politicians should be thought of the effects of corruption in the general appearance of Philippine society.

We should express our indignation over the government’s inaction and exhaust all our efforts to bring justice to the country. We must change our attitude and behavior and reform the ugly appearance of our country so foreigners will respect us better. We must make corruption a capital offense and restore the death penalty. Corrupt people must die either by hanging or before a firing squad. Whatever way, they should be eliminated and get rid of the terrible effects of their stupidity. The country must change its approach and appre-

ciation of criminality. We must destroy the network of corruption because our country has suffered so much. It is a shame we are lagging behind among Asian countries when we used to be on the top of them all. Execute the corrupt government employees and their accomplices. By doing this, I can see the country will wallow in wealth, beautiful and a lot of people employed by so many private and government firms around. We will become a progressive nation in Asia and identified in the regatta of happy states. Now is the time that we should do it before ugly politicians overtake our desire and make us slaves forever. I call on all Filipino citizens to be strong, brave and bold in our desire to make this country clean and successful. ben-emata.com

Serving men, serving God: Rotary’s life LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… `Love your neighbor as yourself ’…” (Jesus Christ, our God and Savior, in Matthew 22:39, the Holy Bible). -oooSERVING MEN, SERVING GOD, ROTARY’S LIFE: Just what drives some 1.5 million Rotarians, old and young alike, men and women, from countries and nations across the world, to tirelessly render what is now famously known all over the planet as “service above self ”, a monicker that fully recognizes Rotary International as the organization of choice for charitable and socio-civic work anywhere in the globe? It is serving the poor and the needy, as if God Himself is the one being served, according to Born Again Pastor Consolador “Ador” Parong, the outgoing Peacebuilder President of the Rotary Club of Intramuros, in his valedictory speech marking the end of his term last Thursday, July 25, 2013, and the ushering

Kakampi mo ang batas Atty. Batas Mauricio in of a new set of officers for the 32 year old club. Here are excerpts from Parong’s speech: “As I stand before you today, my heart is filled with gratitude to God, in the name of Jesus Christ, that the Rotary Club of Intramuros and its members allowed me to become its president for Rotary Year 2012-2013, Rotary International’s Peacebuilder Year, under President Sakuji Tanaka’s `Building Peace Through Rotary’. -oooSERVING THROUGH ROTARY IS A LIFETIME HONOR: “I am thankful, not only for the privilege of leading a club that has been blessed with the recognition of Rotarians not only from

District 3810, not only from the nine (9) other Rotary Districts in the Philippines, but more importantly, from Rotary International leaders worldwide. “And this, largely as a consequence of the fact that the Rotary Club of Intramuros has produced not only an outstanding district governor, but a superb and savvy officer of Rotary International, engaged in the tricky work of projecting Rotary internationally, and making known its brand of `service above self; everywhere in this planet, in the person no less of PDG Lyne Abanilla. “Indeed, being the Peacebuilder President of the Rotary Club of Intramuros,

whose other members are recognized as undisputed leaders in Philippine society, has conferred me an honor that my family and I will cherish for the rest of my life. -oooROTARIANS, WITH A HEART TO SERVE: “Consequently, to the Rotary Club of Intramuros and its Ilustres, please accept my felicitations and my lifelong gratitude. To all of us I say, may God continue to allow us to be of service to all who may need our help, in one way or another, through the Rotary way. “For indeed, what is a Rotarian if he has no heart to serve? The very motto alone of Rotary clearly defines what we should do as Rotarians---to give `service above self ’ all the time, everywhere, to everyone, whether or not our own organization or our own fellow Rotarians are looking, or would even want to recognize what we have done. See GOD, page 8


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SONA speech shows Aquino detached from people’s problems of rapid economic growth, rising world competitiveness rankings, investment grade ratings and praise from the World Bank was predictable. However, the SONA should have discussed how unemployment, underemployment and poverty have risen in the last three years. The calculated neglect is evident in how the SONA speech delivered and its

THE speech made by President Benigno Aquino III during his administration’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) ran for nearly two hours and was full of details but intentionally did not mention the most important things that matter to millions of Filipinos. According to research group IBON, this only reflects Aquino’s detachment from the country’s problems, especially from those of the poor. The group said that the speech’s mention Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City REY LAWRENCE TAN Applicant/s

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Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City ERMA M. BANDIN Applicant/s

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APPLICANT request authority for issuance of certificate of public convenience to operate SHUTTLE service on the line;Camiguin to any point in Region X and vice versa with the use of One(1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least TEN(10)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 24th day of July, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension and amendment of route of service to operate PUJ service on the line ;Carmen Market to Tignapoloan and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 24th day of July, 2013.

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PATROCICINIO SALCEDO - Vendor CASE NO; 2013-10-1264 CHARMAINE ALAM –ALAM -Vendee 2006-10-953

NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension and amendment of route of service to operate FILCAB service on the line ;Iligan City –Proper Tubod Rosario Heights and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 23rd day of July, 2013. MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

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“Serving, through the Rotary way, is loving our fellow men as we love ourselves… Serving, the Rotary way, is doing everything within one’s power to help someone because that is pleasing to God, and not really because one is expecting an award from men whose judgment are anyway too often tainted with bias and prejudice, for purely selfish reasons…” -oooREACTIONS? Please call me at 0917 984 24 68, 0918 574 0193, 0922 833 43 96. Email: batasmauricio@yahoo.com, mmauriciojr111@ gmail.com

him and even praise him for his ability to be on top of himself and be in total control of his actions. In fact, he earned the respect of other ralliers one of whom even offered the policeman his handkerchief to wipe his tears with. What interests me more are the reactions of several merons castigating the Dutch national for his supposed act of interfering in local affairs? I can’t understand such reaction because it has been the official policy of this country to always let foreigners interfere with domestic concerns.

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Just think of this. When it comes to training our local soldiers to make them more effective in their duty as such, we look up to America to give our soldiers the necessary training. That is what the periodic military exercise with the American soldiers called Balikatan is all about my friends. In our dream of becoming an economic giant, we not only look up to the foreigners to do this for us. We are even willing to amend provisions of our Constitution just so these foreigners can have equal rights with all of us in owning land here, in exploiting our natural and mineral resources also. But did we hear a collective whimper from our people about this proposed travesty of our rights guaranteed by the Constitution? We even imagine, this is actually how we were shaped to think by foreign allies together with their tutas among our elective and appointive officials, that the economic uplift

of the country can only be had by having foreign direct investments falling on our country like manna from heaven. This is the reason why we are figuratively opening the nation’s legs so that foreigners can freely rape it unhampered and without resistance. Even in the running of governmental affairs, we look up to the foreigners to guide us, and more often than not, dictate on us. This is the reason why government agencies performing crucial tasks in the areas of finance, economics, education, to mention just three, are teeming with foreign advisers and consultants. This is the reason why a body such as Agile is there advising our government to behave according to the dictates of giant financial institutions such as the World Bank. Now that we have ruffled diplomatic relations with China because of its ownership assertion over certain portions of the West Philippine Sea, we immediately looked up to America for

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help even militarily if it be necessary. And did you from page 7 remember who pressured supporting technical the Philippine government report103-page did not have anything on these to enter into a peace settle- vital indicators of the state of the nation people. ment to end the armed and the According to IBON, acknowledging conflict waged by the Moro the problem would have been the first Islamic Liberation Front step to finding a solution for this. Yet by being silent, the president in Mindanao? Was it not affirmed that there will not be any real social and economic reforms and the America? of his term will see more But in all these open and remainder of the same policies that have caused brazen interference by for- the country’s unprecedented jobs and crisis. eigners, notably America, poverty The long list of supposed accomin our domestic affairs, did plishments the SONA dwelled on -- spanwe ever cry collectively to ning infrastructure, disaster response, revenue-generation and others -- was a denounce it? Did we not mechanical inventory of things that any enjoy their interference that government does and is a poor indicator at times we even sought of achievement. IBON added that Pres. Aquino conand prayed for? Where is tinues to use anti-corruption rhetoric for image-building and promotion. the consistency now with personal He continues to package himself as our denunciation of that an individual anti-corruption crusader even publicly shaming officials for Dutch national’s interfer- -maximum propaganda effect -- while ence in domestic affairs vital and more genuinely institutional when we are not ashamed anti-corruption measures like the Freedom (FOI) bill fail to prosper. and alarmed by the more of Information The president’s closing statement ruinous interference by “Napakasarap maging Pilipino sa panaito” (It is wonderful to be a Filipino foreign interests in the hong in times like this)” only refers to the affairs of our government? prosperity of a few and highlights the administration’s insensitivity to I am just thinking aloud Aquino the plight of the majority of Filipinos, here. the research group said. •• Republic of the Philippines (Reactions at jelbacon@ Department of Transportation yahoo.com or at jelbaconii@ and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING gmail.com. This can also be AND REGULATORY BOARD read at www.raconteurme. Region X, Cagayan de Oro City blogspot.com) MIGUEL PLA JR.

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NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT request authority for issuance of certificate of public convenience to operate TAXI Airconditioned Service on the line;within Cagayan de Oro City to any point in Region X with the use of two (2)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on July 31, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 24th day of July, 2013. MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

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the ordinance is both administrative and criminal in nature. No person, he added, shall, however, be apprehended in violation of the ordinance, if no case has been filed in court. The amendment also provides a clause on the handling of minors caught violating the law, where they shall be dealt with in accordance with the juvenile justice law. Under the law Republic Act 9344 or the Juvenile Justice Welfare Act of 2007, a child 15 years of age or under at the time of the commission of the offense shall be exempt from

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The LPP primarily aims to ventilate, articulate, and crystallize issues affecting provincial and metropolitan government administrations. It specifically seeks to foster unity and co op eration among all provinces of the country, among other objectives. Del Rosario also sits as concurrent chair of the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC)-XI and the Confederation of all the Local Chief Executives in Mindanao (Confed).

built an eco-friendly mix use building in Cagayan de Oro City where funding was accessed through the Renewal Energy facility of the Bank of the Philippine Islands. He said the mix use building offers the same price range with the other buildings in the market. Meanwhile, Noel Verdote, operations officer, Sustainable Energ y Fi-

nance, International Finance Corporation said only few projects fall under renewable energy and investment size is large. He said there is a huge opportunity for investment on energy efficiency of about 97 billion dollars for 97,000 investment decisions. But he said despite the huge opportunity, it is not perceived as a core

business because more is focused on top line growth and competing internal interests. He also said that the potential is underestimated because decision makers underestimate energy losses by half and technical personnel focus on reliability and not on efficiency. He also said there is also the lack of turnkey package as solutions seem

fragmented and ambiguous while the value of savings uncertain and the need for external financing. Verdote said several banks and other financial institutions have facilities to fund projects on renewable energy even as he said that the need to innovate must continue. And this can be done through microfinance, the ESCO financing and Green

buildings for commercial retrofits, construction of green buildings and green mortgages. He also said that banks like the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) provide funding for energy efficiency projects for SMEs and the savings they generate from energy consumption is used to pay for the loan. --Digna D. Banzon of the Philippine News Agency

tion and Penson’s Mining Corporation since 2011. First District Councilor Melchor Q uit ain said he consulted with IP Mandatory Representative Mambo-o who told him the application was already disapproved and that the NCIP should be consulted. Councilor Diosdao Mahipus said that Davao City should “walk the talk” in standing against mining. Mahipus said certain mining companies have applied permits in Manila, and “already started

talking to the tribes or the indigenous peoples’ community in Paquibato,” he said declining to name the company but admitting to having talked with their lawyer. “If we really want to protect the environment of Davao City, then mining should be farthest from our mind. We do not only talk about it, we should walk the talk,” Mahipus said. Dayanghirang urged the council to firm up its resolution on mining, recalling that last year a com-

mittee hearingconducted by Advincula tackled the resolution item number 1247, “Resolution Probiting Mining and Declaring Davao City as Mining-Free City, specifically open-pit and underground mining.” A review of the council’s official record showed it only passed first reading. Dayanghirang was wary though that Aquino’s Executive Order 79 gives the President the authority to permit mining operations even without the approval of local leaders. Aquino has used this order to

override the South Cotabato LGU’s ban on open pit mining. The EO, signed in 2012, identifies areas for largescale and small-scale mining, and revenue sharing. The order suspends the application of new mining permits, but allows DENR & MGB to issue permits to explore. Mahipus was concerned that when the national g ov e r n m e nt ap p r ov e s such mining operation in Paquibato, the local government will be the “whipping boy” of these

mining companies. In an interview with davaotoday, Panalipdan S p o k e s p e r s o n Ju l a n d Suazo said that it is not too late for the Council to pass the resolution. “Although the LGU has the right to veto, it has lost such right because of EO 79 of President Aquino. But, it is still appropriate and timely for the Council to pass such a resolution to register that it has a firm stand against mining,” said Suazo. (John Rizle L. Saligumba/ Reposted by (http://bulatlat.com)

able energy, and there are some investors who have indicated that they want to come in,” the mayor said in an interview over TV Patrol Socsksargen. The mayor said he met with officials of the South Cotabato II Electric Cooperative (Socoteco II) on Wednesday to discuss the power projects that are appropriate for the area. He cited that the city government wants to make sure that Socoteco II is properly consulted when it comes to power projects as it would eventually act as their “proponent.” Rivera said Socoteco officials assured him that the city’s power supplies

are currently stable and sufficient. “But we just want to make sure that we will have enough reserves to avoid another series of long brownouts,” he said. Socoteco II signed in late May a power sales agreement with Miami-based power provider SoEnergy International for the augmentation of the area’s power supplies using diesel-fed modular generator units. The two-year deal specifically provides for the operationalization of the modular generator sets and the provision of 15 megawatts (MW) of embedded power supply to the electric cooperative.

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ments and in other public places within curfew hours. These include, but are not limited to parks, plazas, parking areas, and uninhabited private places. The amendment also exacts higher penalties for violators, such as a fine of P3,000 for first-time offenders; P5,000 fine and three-month imprisonment or both upon discretion of the court for second-time offenders; and a P5,000 fine, with imprisonment of one year upon determination of the court and revocation of business permit for third-time offenders. Militar clarified that

days posting in a publication for three consecutive times. The ordinance seeks an earlier curfew of one in the morning for the selling, serving and consumption of liquors, coco wine and other nature wine and other alcoholic beverages, instead of two in the morning, stated in the previous liquor ban ordinance of 1994. The ordinance also prohibits the consumption of intoxicating substances within business establish-

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ventilation as Nati said we need to control the temperature inside the building. He said the use of aircondition units is 60 percent of the total power consumption and with green designs the consumption of energy can be reduced. Nati’s corporation has

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Tan. Dayanghirang said the city has the right to know how and where the mining company secured permit. The legislator said he personally checked MGB on the existence of such a permit. “I have talked to Mr. Angeles (OIC of MGB 11), and he informed me there was no such favorable endorsement but, indeed, there is an application for exploration permits of Alberto Mining Corpora-

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L ast year, the event drew 110 participants who came up with 14 startup ideas. During the event, there will be a “pitch fire” where participants will be given 60 seconds to pitch an idea for business. The ideas will then be voted on and teams will be formed to develop the top chosen ideas. Dulce Rose Lada, head organizer of the event, said that this is an avenue to develop skills and easily start up business. She also mentioned that the winning team last year will be going to Silicon Valley to propose another product later this year. The event will be held at Centron Building, Quirino Avenue. Applicants may register at http://davao. startupweekend.org for a fee of P1000.

The event originated in Seattle, Washington in 2007. She said they have invited chief executive officers and chief product officers from IT companies in Cebu and Manila to serve as mentors and judges for the event. A lt houg h t he usu a l participants are businessmen, software developers, web designers, marketers, product managers and startup enthusiasts, everyone is still welcome to participate. “Even if you’re a student, you can join as long as you have ideas to share and passionate enough to start up a business,” said Bert Barriga, execucriminal liability but will tive vice president of ICT be subjected to an inter- Davao. vention program. A child above 15 years but below 18 years, under the law shall also be from page 1 exempted from criminal On his second term liability, unless he has acted i n 2 0 0 1 , D e l R o s a r i o with discernment, in which was elected by his peers case he shall be subjected as president of the LPP to appropriate proceedings. and, subsequently, the There is, however, a powerful Union of Local pending proposal in Con- Authorities of the Philipgress to amend the law pines (ULAP). wherein children, 12 to 15 Among his accomyears old who are proven plishments as LPP presito have committed a crime dent then was the monmay now face imprison- etization of the internal ment of not lower than revenue allotment (IRA) one year. (Cheryll D. Fiel/ share of LGUs to augment davaotoday.com) limited local resources.

GENERAL Santos City–– The city government is pushing for the entry of investments on renewable energy projects to help stabilize the area’s power supply condition. Mayor Ronnel Rivera said several investors have already signified interest to put up major power projects in the city to help address its rising power requirement. He did not specify the type of power projects that were initially proposed to the local government but said they are leaning towards clean or renewable energy. “We are (continuously) looking for other resources that could be put up here in the city, especially renewfrom page 2

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The generator sets were already installed in a property owned by Socoteco II in Barangay Apopong and is only waiting for the go-signal of the Energy Regulatory Commission so it can start operating. In February, Socoteco II entered into a build-operate-transfer (BOT) deal with A Brown Co. Inc. (ABCI) for a 20.9 MW bunker-fired power plant in the city. Under the agreement, ABCI’s wholly owned subsidiary Peak Power Energy Inc. will build, operate, maintain and transfer a bunker-fired power plant in the franchise area of Socoteco II over an undisclosed period. mindanews

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