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AGAYAN de Oro City’s 2nd District Representative Rufus Rodriguez has now urged the House Committee on Legislative Franchises to set the hearings for the biggest television network ABS-CBN, which seeks to renew its franchise for another 25 years.

This, even as President Rodrigo Duterte has been threatening to deny the renewal of the country’s biggest media conglomerate and to stop operating. Rep. Rodriguez has already expressed his desire for ABS CBN to continue its operation with the renewal of its license which is set to expire on March 30, 2020. In the event that the

DA boost agri prod’n in LDN with 3 new projects

LANAO del Norte— Aimed to boost agricultural production of local farmers in Sultan Naga Dimaporo town, here, the Department of Agriculture, in coordination with the Provincial Government of Lanao del Norte, turned over three tangible projects to Barangays Calibao, Pandanan and Ilian, January 6. Barangay Calibao re-

country’s giant television network will cease to operate, thousands of its workers nationwide will also be displaced. The Cagayan de Oro representative has called on Committee Chair and Palawan Rep. Franz Alvarez to start initiating hearings to tackle the renewal of ABS CBN franchise. See HEARINGS, page 11

Children of jeepney operators, drivers to get educ’l assistance from gov’t By ANTONIO L. COLINA IV, MindaNews

DAVAO CITY – The college education of children of jeepney operators and drivers who will be displaced by phase 1 of the Davao Public Transport Modernization Project (DPTMP) this year will be shouldered by the national government, Davao City mayor Sara Duterte said on Thursday. Duterte said in a press conference that the Commission on Higher Education had allotted P300 million for this purpose as

part of the social packages the city government had proposed. Aside from the scholarship, she said the Department of Trade and Industry would also provide livelihood kits worth P95 million. This is on top of the support from Department of Labor and Employment and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, she added. She said the budget was included in the 2019 General

Appropriations Act (GAA), approved during the term of former House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo from whom she had sought help to create the social packages. The mayor said the local government had prioritized the social packages in light of the implementation of the DPTMP, also known as the High Priority Bus System. She said drivers and operators could access government assistance provided that their names are in the master list of the Land

See AGRI, page 11

Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board, Land Transportation Office, and City Transport and Traffic Management Office. She said the city government has lined up orientation schedules for operators GMA star Dingdong Dantes got this photo somewhere in Tagaytay. and drivers: January 14 in Toril, January 21 in Calinan, January 24 in Bunawan, January 30 in Poblacion. “Maminaw sila sa lecBy MDN Digital News Team ture on how to access this portions sa ilahang social MANILA, Philippines - recorded in history since package, which is i-enroll The once tourist attraction, its last eruption in 1911, nila ilang anak sa college Taal Volcano, has erupted the Philippine Institute of See ASSISTANCE, page 11 Sunday, the newest eruption See TAAL, page 11

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ARAWI CITY --Some 433 rice and corn producers here have started to receive the last tranche of the cash-based transfer program implemented by the World Food Programme (WFP). With funds from the Italian government, WFP promoted sustainable farming in October to December 2019 by providing a total of 1,500 farmers with cash incentives based on their produced crops. Jamael Batingolo of Bito Buadi Itowa expressed his gratitude as one of the beneficiaries. “Nagpapasalamat po ako sa WFP kasi sila po nagbigay sa amin ng tulong. Yung binigay na P6,000 binili ng abono para sa sakahan namin,” said Batingolo. (I thanked the WFP for the assistance given to

us. The P6,000 was used to buy fertilizer for our farm.) Batingolo rents land for his corn production. He shared that he cultivated the farm himself. He started harvesting his one-hectare corn plantation on November 18, 2019. Selling it at P8 per kilo, Batingolo earned P18,000 for his first harvest. He spent P5,000 for labor and fertilizer, earning a profit of P13,000. While waiting for the harvest, Batingolo cultivates another parcel of land to grow vegetables, which he is going to sell at Saguiaran market. Batingolo expects to harvest in February his corn planted in another one-hectare lot. WFP National Programme Officer and Head of Iligan Sub-office, Bai-

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No.10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City

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con Cayongcat shared that they also intend to help the farmers in market linkage in partnership with Task Force Bangon Marawi, Department of Trade and Industry, and Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Agrarian Reform- BARMM. “We have just met with Robinsons Supermarket. One of the discussions we have is to assess the produce of our farmers, in terms of volume or season,” said Cayongcat. The implementation of the program is well coordinated with the City Agriculture Office of the local government of Marawi. With funding support from the United States Agency for International Development, the WFP also implemented the Material Recovery Facility (MRF) in the different barangays in Marawi City. MRF aims to promote the segregation of waste in the community while earning. (Lou Ellen Antonio/ PIA10)

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The World Food Programme in partnership with the City Agriculture Office of LGU Marawi distributes P6,000 of cash for work good for 3 months to the farmers in barangays Bubong Punod, Bangco, Patani, Guimba, Sugod, Mipantao Gadongan and Biaba Damag, Marawi City. (Lou Ellen Antonio/PIA10)

PRDP allots P133-M water, road projects for Mati City

DAVAO CITY -- About PHP113 million worth of projects from the Philippine Rural Development

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IN RE; JOINT PETITION TO APPROVED AND AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES FAIZAL UNGOS MA AND RONA TEJADA MERCADO-MA,

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Program (PRDP) are set to be implemented this year in the City of Mati, Davao Oriental. In a statement on Thursday. the Mati City Information Office said the projects will mostly cover potable water system (PWS) projects amounting to PHP50

million. In October last year, a PHP4.1 million PWS project was turned over to Barangay Tagbinonga consisting of 32 tap stands, which benefited at least 192 households or 960 residents. See PROJECTS, page 11

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ORDER Before this court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rite on FEBRUARY 18, 2012, JASAAN, MISAMIS ORIENTAL both petitioner’s had been converted to Muslim and thereby embraced Islam Religion as their new found faith, by virtue of their respective intellectual choices which were duly registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal process relative to this case at their residents at PUROK 32, Z-B BEHIND VILLAGE, MARIA CRISTINA, ILIGN CITY AND LOWER JASAAN, JASAAN, MISAMIS ORIENTAL respectively; That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for THREE (3) years now, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby, executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalize their separation. Since there separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on February 18, 2012, so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them has already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on February 7, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a newspaper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED Iligan City, Philippines, this 27th of DECEMBER, 2019. (SGD) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province; Lanao Del Norte Municipality of Iligan city NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that JURIE T. PAMPILO has filed with this Office a petition for Correction of Clerical Error particularly SEX from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate live of birth JURIE TALAD PAMPILO who was born on 30, JULY, 2000, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte and whose parents are Ma. Lourdes S. Talaid and Elaney B. Pampilo. Any person adversely affected by the said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than January 2020.

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Slain OFW in Kuwait possibly raped, says NBI By MINDANEWS

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ORALA, South Cotabato — Jeanelyn Villavende, the domestic helper who was reportedly beaten to death by her employer in Kuwait late last month, could have been also raped. This came out in the initial results of the reautopsy conducted by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on the victim’s remains in a funeral parlor here. Dr. Ricardo Rodaje, NBI medico-legal officer, said they have taken samples from the victim to confirm a suspected sexual abuse. He said they took oral swabs for possible oral sex, anal swabs for sodomy and vaginal swabs for possible rape. “These will still be subjected to laboratory tests,” he told reporters following the more than three-hour autopsy at the Emerald Mortuary and Services in Barangay Poblacion here. Rodaje said the victim had multiple wounds on her body and some of her internal organs were missing, including the brain. The only remaining organs were the liver, spleen, kidneys and lungs, he said.

He said “there were a lot of inflicted wounds on her back.” “The final results of the autopsy will be released as soon as possible. It will be up to the investigator to determine whether there was foul play,” Rodaje said. Moi s e s Vi l l ave n d e , Jeanelyn’s uncle, said on Friday that NBI personnel who conducted the autopsy believed the victim was possibly raped. An NBI source said there were vaginal lacerations found on Jeanelyn, an indication that she was raped. “That’s what they suspect, but the (laboratory) tests will determine if it was positive,” said Moises, who stayed with the NBI

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personnel until the autopsy was completed past 4 p.m. Abelardo Villavende, the victim’s father, said in an interview with reporters at his mother’s house in Purok Guimbal, Barangay Tinago here that they were not informed yet regarding the result of the autopsy. He said the autopsy conducted by Kuwaiti authorities cited that Jeanelyn died after her heart and lungs reportedly collapsed due to severe beating. “They said that she just collapsed,” he said. Abelardo, who gave consent for the conduct of the re-autopsy, said the final results will be compared The remains of Jeanelyn Villavende, the slain OFW in Kuwait, arrive at the house of with Kuwait’s findings and her grandmother in Barangay Tinago, Norala, South Cotabato on January 10, 2020. See OFW, page 11

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15 Tips for Success in Hospitality Management Hospitality is a multibillion-dollar international industry offering exciting career opportunities in hotels, restaurants, and bars as well as theme parks, country clubs, cruise ships, and more. The hospitality management is a challenging, all-encompassing profession that requires charisma, skill, drive, and a cool head under pressure. Here are 15 tips to jumpstart your career in hospitality management by stocking your tool belt and learning to juggle the demands of owners, employees, and customers alike: Tip #1: Get the relevant education, and continue learning. Hospitality managers are jacks of all trades — driven, hard-w orking, and eager to learn and grow — so both hands-on experience and old-fashioned classroom learning combine to produce the most successful managers. Whether or not you already work in hospitality, the first thing you should do is to invest in your education and learn the modern standards and practices of the management industry. After you’ve earned the degree, continue learning, whether that means reading books on business marketing, working alongside your housekeeping staff for a day, or experimenting with new cocktail recipes with

your bartender. Understand everyone’s job and how they contribute to the establishment’s success. Tip #2: Find a mentor. Reap the knowledge of the industry’s veterans. Mine your professional network, set up a coffee date with an influential manager, and ask about both successes and failures. If you work in hospitality, communicate with your current managers and inform them of your desire to grow professionally. Your initiative and your sincere desire to learn may be enough to spark the interest of someone who can promote you. Tip #3: Be a leader and an innovator. To become a leader in your industry, start acting like a leader in your industry. Get organized; keep a detailed calendar and to-do lists. Work efficiently at every task. Aim to impress. Read hospitality magazines. If you’re a bartender, concoct a new drink recipe and call it the month’s special. Get noticed. Once you’ve got the job Tip #4: Communicate with owners and employees. Silly mistakes can often be ascribed to miscommunication; minimize imprudence by keeping everyone — from the owner to the newest staff member — on the same page. You are the role model, the obliging ear, the problem solver, the director of time and

money. Follow directions, give instructions, address concerns, and explain procedures with confidence. Tip #5: Hire good people. You cannot do your job if you are constantly cleaning up the messes of others, so hire skilled, honest, dedicated employees. Fire employees who steal products or time. Give trusted employees authority to fix problems, such as the ability to comp a meal or a hotel room. Tip #6: Cultivate a positive work environment. You are competing for star employees, so when you find them, treat them well. This team dynamic is built on a shared respect of the skills and aptitudes of each employee, which in turn encourages the staff to take pride in their work. But sometimes the simplest gestures are the inroad to good staff relations: Smile, compliment, and remember birthdays. Host staff parties, pen a newsletter, and have some fun in the workplace. Employees will reflect this positive attitude back to customers Tip #7: Consistently reward good behaviour. Praise individual employees immediately, sincerely, and publicly. Recognize perfect attendance, procure a plaque for the Employee of the Month, and acknowledge the completion of undesirable tasks, especially when performed

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without complaint. Tip #8: Develop effective training materials. Avoid answering the same questions over and over again with clearly articulated training materials. Mentoring is an effective training method, but having a clear and concise employee handbook sets the foundation for expectations and established procedures. Tip #9: Provide the right equipment. Provide both employees and customers with quality, modern equipment. Find money in the budget to keep your customer business center up to speed, regularly replace aging vacuums, and provide business cards and branded clothing for the entire staff. Tip #10: Stay calm under pressure. When Murphy uttered his law, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong,” he was probably talking about a Saturday night at the city’s hottest roller rink. In a barrage of demands from owners, employees, and customers, all at once during the busiest day, week, and month of your life, it is crucial that the hospitality manager overcomes the stresses and delivers whatSee SUCCESS, page 11

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Love as gold standard Just like in the financial world where the value of the different monetary units is determined in terms of gold, the quality and value of our spiritual life, our relation with God and with others and everything related to it, is determined by love, the love that comes from God as is fully revealed and shared with us by Christ. Love has dominance over all the other values and virtues that govern our life. As St. Paul said in his first letter to the Corinthians, “these three remain: faith, hope and love, but the greatest of these is love.” (13,13) Even more, he said: “If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give away all I have, and if I deliver up my body to

be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing.” (1 Cor 13,1-3) Of course, Christ himself told us what the ultimate commandment is, what the ultimate good is that God wills for us. And that is no other than to love one another as he himself loved us. (cfr. Jn 13,34) That is the new commandment that summarizes and perfects all the previous commandments God has given us, including the 10 commandments and the greatest commandment that Christ told those who questioned him about it. The challenge now is how to develop this kind of love in all of us, since it is the be-all and end-all of our life. Do we at least make an effort to know what this love entails? Do we read the gospel and meditate on it regularly, asking always for the guidance of the Holy Spirit, so that we can at least be familiar with this kind of love and try to put it into practice? More importantly, do we

know how to convert all our thoughts, words and deeds, all our desires and concerns, our successes and failures, our business and politics and all the other mundane affairs and situations we have, into expressions of this kind of love? Unless we know how to fuse theory and practice about love, we would actually be not loving as we should. We have to realize that all the other virtues can only be true virtues if they are inspired by love and if they lead us to grow more in love. Without love, these virtues would at best be apparent virtues only. They can have the appearance and feel of virtues, but they actually are not. Genuine love can only be achieved if we identify ourselves completely with Christ who went all the way to offer his life on the cross for our sins, for our salvation. “Greater love has no one than this, that he lays down his life for his friends,” Christ said. (Jn 15,13)

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ML KABACAN 1 RAMIL BLDG., CORNER AGLIPAY ROXAS ST., KABACAN, COTABATO ML KABACAN 2 NATIONAL HIGHWAY, KABACAN, NORTH COTABATO ML USM AVENUE CABRERA BLDG., USM AVENUE KABACAN, COTABATO ML CARMEN PIJO BLDG., POBLACION CARMEN, COTABATO ML PIKIT VILLAPAZ BLDG., NATIONAL HIGHWAY, POBLACION, PIKIT, COTABATO ML MIDSAYAP 1 STO. NIÑO ST., POBLACION 1, MIDSAYAP, COTABATO ML MIDSAYAP 2 JAYCEE AVENUE, MIDSAYAP, COTABATO ML QUEZON AVENUE QUEZON AVENUE, POBLACION 5, MISSAYAP, COTABATO ML PIGCAWAYAN VEGAFRIA BLDG., NATIONAL HIGHWAY, POBALACION 1, PIGCAWAYAN, COTABATO ML LIBUNGAN PUBLIC MARKET, LIBUNGAN, COTABATO ML MIDSAYAP HIGHWAY POB 8, MIDSAYAP NORTH COTABATO ML DATU PIANG PIKIT DATU PIANG, PIKIT, NORTH COTABATO ML ALAMADA KITACUBONG, ALAMADA, NORTH COTABATO ML MAKILALA GARCIA ST., PUBLIC MARKET, MAKILALA, COTABATO ML MLANG GO BLDG., M.H. DEL PILAR ST., MLANG, COTABATO ML BAGONTAPAY BERNADAS BLDG., NATIONAL HIGHWAY, BAGONTAPAY MLANG, COTABATO ML KIDAPAWAN 1 RASONABLE BLDG., OLD TERMINAL, POBLACION, KIDAPAWAN CITY ML KIDAPAWAN 2 VILLARICO BLDG., QUEZON BLVD., KIDAPAWAN CITY ML DATU INGKAL ACUNA BLDG., DATU INGKAL ST., KIDAPAWAN CITY ML ANTIPAS CADUNGON BLDG., F. CAJELO ST., ANTIPAS, COTABATO ML MAGPET JAGONES BLDG., POBLACION, MAGPET, COTABATO ML MATALAM TEJADA BLDG., GOMEZ ST., POBLACION, MATALAM, COTABATO

23. ML TULUNAN NATIONAL HIGHWAY, GARCENILLA BLDG., BRGY. SIBSIB, TULUNAN, COTABATO 24. ML DAYAO GALARAGA BLDG. PERIMETER AREA DAYAO ST. KIDAPAWAN CITY 25. ML JOSE ABAD SANTOS PALO BLDG., JOSE ABAD SANTOS ST., KIDAPAWAN CITY 26. ML ARAKAN EBON BUILDING REMOS ST. POBLACION ARAKAN NORTH COTABATO NORTH COTABATO AREA Commencing on February 18, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. those establishments above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to September 2019. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts. MANAGEMENT Sa Pebrero 18, 2020 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsa tagsa nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud Setyembre 2019, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo. TAGDUMALA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

ML KALAMANSIG 1 PIONG BLDG., POBLACION KALAMANSIG, SULTAN KUDARAT ML KALAMANSIG 2 JIMENEZ BLDG., PAG ASA KALAMANSIG, SULTAN KUDARAT ML LEBAK DOOR 7 & 8, MASAMAYOR BLDG., POB. 3, SULTAN KUDARAT ML LEBAK 2 BRILLOS BLDG., BRGY. AURELOI FREIRES SR., LEBAK, SULTAN KUDARAT ML BULALO BAINISAN PALACE, NATIONAL HIGHWAY, BULALO, SULTAN KUDARAT ML POBLACION LEBAK LEBAK, SULTAN KUDARAT

SULTAN KUDARAT AREA Commencing on February 15, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. those establishments above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to September 2019. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts. MANAGEMENT Sa Pebrero 15, 2020 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsa tagsa nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud Setyembre 2019, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo

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ML COTABATO 1 CHIONG BLDG., DON RUFINO ALONZO ST., COTABATO CITY ML COTABATO 2 PADAMABLDG., QUEZON AVENUE, COTABATO CITY ML COTABATO 3 CRISTOBAL BLDG., ORC GOV., GUTIERREZ AVENUE, COTABATO CITY ML COTABATO 4 ALNOR BLDG., SINSUAT AVENUE, COTABATO CITY ML COTABATO 5 POB. 5, QUEZON AVENUE, COTABATO CITY ML COTABATO 6 KANAKAN BLDG., ND AVENUE, COTABATO CITY ML PARANG POB. 2, PARANG, MAGUINDANAO ML RIZAL AVENUE IBRAHIM BLDG., RIZAL AVENUE, POB. PARANG, MAGUNDANAO ML MATANOG POBLACION MATANOG, MAGUINDANAO ML UPI SINSUAT AVENUE, NURO, UPI, MAGUINDANAO ML DALICAN 1 CAVITE ST., POBLACION DALICAN, DATU ODIN SINSUAT, MAGUINDANAO ML DALICAN 2 NATIONAL HIGHWAY, DALICAN, DATU ODIN SINSUAT, MAGUINDANAO ML AWANG DOOR 2, BEBANCIO BLDG., TENORIO, AWANG, DATU ODIN SINSUAT, MAGUINDANAO ML DOS DALICAN NATIONAL HIGHWAY DALICAN, D.O.S. MAGUINDANAO ML SARMIENTO ARIAGA BLDG., MASAGANA ZONE, BARYO. SARMIENTO PARANG, MAGUINDANAO ML CARMEN ORCHID RBM Bldg. Orchid St., Prk. 8 Poblacion, Carmen Cotabato ML LIBUNGAN HIGHWAY National Highway, Poblacion Libungan Cotabato ML MABINI Usman Bldg., Poblacion 6, Cotabato City ML BULALO Bainisan Palace, National Highway, Brgy. Bulalo, SK Maguindanao

MAGUINDANAO/COTABATO CITY AREA Commencing on February 17 2020 at 9:00 A.M. those establishments above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to September 2019. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts. MANAGEMENT Pebrero 17, 2020 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsa tagsa nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud Setyembre 2019, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo. TAGDUMALA

For inquiries visit our office at

M. LHUILLIER, ACUÑA BLDG. DATU INGKAL ST. KIDAPAWAN CITY

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ML-Gensan Branch 1 Pioneer corner Magsaysay Avenue,Gen. Santos City ML-Gensan Branch 3 Specialists Building, Santiago Boulevard, General Santos City 3. ML-Gensan Branch 4 Jose Catolico Avenue,General Santos City 4. ML-Gensan Branch 5 Bautista Building, Cagampang Street, General Santos City 5. ML-Malakas Branch JB Aparente Street, PurokMalakas, Gen. Santos City 6. ML-Papaya Branch #43 Papaya Street, General Santos City 7. ML-KCC JEW Branch Ground Floor, KCC Mall, J. Catolico Avenue General Santos City 8. ML-Pendatun Branch Villamor Building, Pendatun Avenue General Santos City 9. ML-Gensan 7 Fernandez Building, South Osmeña Street General Santos City 10. ML-Acharon Branch P. Acharon Blvd., Dadiangas South General Santos City 11. ML-Calumpang Branch Vergene Arcade, Brgy. Calumpang, Gen. Santos City 12. ML-Fatima Branch Brgy. Fatima Branch, General Santos City 13. ML-Calumpang Branch 2 Rengel Bldg., San Miguel St., Brgy. Calumpang, Gensan City 14. ML-Labangal Branch Malok, Brgy. Labangal, General Santos City 15. ML-Tri Star Branch Tri Star Center Bldg., Santiago Blvd. General Santos City 16. ML-LAGAO Branch GPSS Arcade 125, J Catolico Sr. Avenue, General Santos City 17. ML- Apopong Branch Brgy. Apopong, Crossing Makar, Gensan City 18. ML San Isidro Malakas Branch J & G Propeidad, Nuñes St. San Isidro,Gensan City 19. ML- Makar- Makar Road Brgy. Labangal Gensan City 20. ML Bula- P. Acharon Boulevard Bula Ext., Brgy. Bula, Gensan City 21. ML Zone 2 Fatima Brgy. Fatima, Gensan City 22. ML Mabuhay Prk. Kaunlaran, Mabuhay Road Brgy. San Isidro GenSan City 23. ML Tambler William Yang, Bldg. Prk. Banisil Brgy. Tambler, Gensan City 24.ML National Highway Gensan Ed Lansang Bldg., Dad. East National Hiway, GSC 25. ML New Society Prk. New Society, Brgy. Apopong GSC 26. ML South Osmeña Dadiangas East, GenSantos City 27. ML Pag-asa Pag-asa Village, Brgy. Mabuhay GenSan City 28. ML Doña Soledad Doña Soledad Subd., Phase 1, Brgy. Labangal, GSC 29. ML Gaisano Gensan

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Ground Floor, Gaisano Mall J. Catolico Ave., Brgy. Lagao, GSC GENERAL SANTOS AREA Commencing on February 15, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to Septembe 2019. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts. MANAGEMENT Sa Pebrero 15, 2020 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Setyembre 2019, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo. TAGDUMALA 1. ML-Glan Branch Magsaysay Street, Poblacion Glan, Sarangani Province 2. ML-Kiamba Branch 418 Academy Street, Poblacion, Kiamba, Sarangani Province 3. ML-Maitum Branch Basquenes Street, Poblacion, Maitum, Sarangani Province 4. ML-Alabel Branch Pob., Alabel, Sarangani Province 5. ML-Malandag Branch Malandag, Malungon, Sarangani Province 6. ML-Maasim Branch Nat’l. Highway, Poblacion, Maasim, Sarangani Province 7. ML-Maitum Branch 2 Sampaguita St., Malalag, Maitum Sarangani Province 8. ML-Malungon PurokMaliwanag, Brgy. Pob., Malungon Sarangani Province 9. ML-Malapatan Purok 1, Pob. Malapatan Sarangani Province 10. ML-Pangyan Prk. Centro, Brgy. Pangyan Glan, Sarangani Province 11. ML-Banate Prk. 2, Banate Malungon, Sarangani Province SARANGANI AREA Commencing on February 19, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to September 2019. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts. MANAGEMENT Sa Pebrero 19, 2020 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Setyembre 2019, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo.

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ML-Marbel Branch 3 Salanga Bldg., Antipolo St., corner Morales Ave., Koronadal City 2. ML-Sto. Niño Branch Aspilla Bldg., Faeldona St., Public Market, Sto. Niño, South Cotabato 3. ML-Surallah Branch 1 Mabini Street, Surallah, South Cotabato 4. ML-Surallah Branch 2 J.P. Laurel Avenue, Surallah, South Cotabato 5. ML-Tupi Branch National Highway, Pob., Tupi, South Cotabato 6. ML-Banga Branch Rendon Bldg., Improgo St., Banga, South Cotabato 7. ML-Marbel Branch 4 Ramona Plaza, Gensan Drive, Koronadal City 8. ML-Norala Branch Sawit Bldg., Brgy. Norala Public Market, Norala, So. Cot. 9. ML-Cannery Branch Acosta Bldg., Asuncion Village, Cannery, Polomolok, So. Cot. 10. ML-Tboli Branch Tboli, South Cotabato 11. ML-Lake Sebu Branch Lake Sebu, South Cotabato 12. ML-Tampakan Branch Pob. Tampakan, South Cotabato 13. ML-Polomolok Branch French Street, Pob., Polomolok, South Cotabato 14.ML-Marbel Branch 2 Alunan Avenue, Koronadal City 15. ML Tantangan Prk. Maharlika, Pob., Tantangan, So. Cot. 16. ML Bayan Polomolok Buntoyan Bldg., Bayan St., Pol. So. Cot. 17. ML KCC Marbel 2nd Floor KCC Mall Koronadal, South Cotabato 18. ML Gensan Drive Marbel Gen. Santos Drive, Zone 1, Koronadal City 19. ML Zone 2 Marbel Sueno Bldg., Balmores St., Zone 2, Koronadal City 20. ML Morrow Morrow St., Zone 2, Koronadal City 21. ML Pob. Tupi Sales Bldg., Prk. 8, Pob., Tupi, So. Cot. 22. ML Polomolok Highway National Highway, Poblacion, Polomolok, So. Cot. 23. ML Sto. Niño Pub. Market Faeldonia St., Poblacion, Sto. Niño, So. Cot. 24. ML Norala Highway National Highway, Poblacion, Norala, So. Cot.

MANAGEMENT Sa Pebrero 17, 2020 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Setyembre 2019, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo. TAGDUMALA 1. ML-Isulan Branch National Highway, Poblacion, Isulan, Sultan Kudarat 2. ML-Lambayong Branch Engracia Bldg., National Highway, Lambayong, Sultan Kudarat 3. ML-Tacurong Branch 1 Quano Bldg., National Highway, Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat 4. ML-Tacurong Branch 2 Magsaysay Street, Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat 5. ML-Esperanza Branch Lorenzo Bldg., National Highway, Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat 6. ML-Tacurong Branch 3 Astillero Bldg., Alunan Highway, Tacurong City 7. ML-President Quirino Branch Public Market, Pob. President Quirino, Sultan Kudarat 8. ML-Isulan Branch 2 Angeles Bldg., Hiso St., Kalawag III Isulan, Sultan Kudarat 9. ML-Molave Esperanza Molave St., Marquez Bldg., Fronting Public Market Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat 10. ML –Isulan Highway Branch Cabael Bldg.,Brgy. Kalawag 3, , National Highway, Isulan, Sultan Kudarat 11. ML Bagumbayan Bldg. Pob., Bagumbayan Sultan Kudarat 12. ML Kauran National Highway, Brgy. Kauran, Sultan Kudarat 13. ML Palimbang Poblacion Palimbang, Sultan Kudarat 14. ML Sharif Aguak Bandila Bldg., National Highway, Poblacion, Sharif Aguak, Maguindanao 15. ML Columbio Prk. 5, Poblacion, Columbio, SK 16. ML Isulan Kalawag Felipe Bldg., Kalawag 3, Isulan, SK 17. ML Milbuk National Highway, Brgy. Milbuk Palimbang, SK 18. ML Palimbang Prk. Crismus, Brgy. Poblacion, Palimbang, SK

SOUTH COTABATO AREA Commencing on February 17, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to September 2019. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts.

SULTAN KUDARAT / MAGUINDANAO AREA Commencing on February 18, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to September 2019. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts. MANAGEMENT Sa Pebrero 18, 2020 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Setyembre 2019, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo. TAGADUMALA

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Editor: ALLAN M. MEDIANTE

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

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Pujada Bay’s ‘beauty, cleanliness’ surprise foreign validators By CHE PALICTE

Pujada Bay in Mati City, Davao Oriental (PNA photo by Che Palicte)

Banks urged to ensure employees’ safety from impact of Taal eruption By JOANN VILLANUEVA

MANILA -- The Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP) on Monday urged its members to “exercise management discretion” to protect their employees from the impact of the Taal Volcano eruption. In a statement, BAP Managing Director Benjamin Castillo said US dollar and Philippine peso spot

trading is closed for the day after Malacañang suspended work in all government offices for Monday, except for those with frontline services. Malacañang on Sunday also announced the suspension of classes following the recommendation of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC). The class and work suspension covered Cavite,

PRA Form No. 10.1(LCRO)

Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon (Calabarzon), the National Capital Region (NCR), and Central Luzon. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) has placed Taal Volcano under Alert Level 4 as the volcano continues to spew ashes. Magmatic eruption was registered between 2:49 a.m. to 4:29 a.m. Monday and by 3:20 a.m. ashfall has reportedly reached PRA Form No. 10.1(LCRO)

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province of Camiguin Municipality of Mambajao NOTICE OF PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that RUBEN NAMATA ALIDO has filed with this Office PETITION FOR CHANGE OF FIRST NAME in his Certificate of Live Birth from “PEDRO RUBEN” to “RUBEN”. He was born on 3 December 1961 at BOLOCBOLOC, POBLACION, MAMBAJAO, SUBPROVINCE OF CAMIGUIN, PHILIPPINES whose parents are ALFREDO EBARLE ALIDO and JOVITA LANTACA NAMATA. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than 20 JANUARY 2020.

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(Sgd) EDITHA B. MOOSREINER, MBA Municipal Civil Registrar

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In Compliance with Section 5 of RA. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public the ARCHIE S. BAGUIO has filed with this Office a petition for CHANGE OF FIRST NAME (CFN) from “JULITO” to “ARCHIE” in the Birth Certificate of JULITO SUMAGANG BAGUIO JR. who was born on Dec. 21, 1981 in Cordova, Cebu and whose parents are Julito Baguio and Jocelyn Sumagang. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than February 7, 2020.

MDN: Jan. 14 & 21, 2020

(SGD) MARISSA C. NEBRADA City Civil Registrar

See SURPRISE, page 10

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry office Province: Misamis Oriental City/Municipality: Medina

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry office Province: Misamis Oriental City/Municipality: Medina

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

(complete name of petitioner)

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that MELANIE SUMAYA QUILATAN has filed with this Office

(complete name of petitioner)

Office a petition for Change of first name from “DOMINGA” To “ELAINE”

a petition for Change of first name from “MALANIE” To “MELANIE”

in the Certificate of Live Birth of DOMINGA PLAMUS, who was born

in the Certificate of Live Birth of MALANIE A. SUMAYA, who was born

on August 4, 1956 at MEDINA and whose parents

on December 10, 1968 at MEDINA and whose parents

are EMETERIO PLAMUS and GORGONIA RAMOS.

are ROSARIO SUMAYA and LONELON ANDOY.

Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than JANUARY 17, 2020.

Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than JANUARY 17, 2020.

(first name to be changed)

(complete name of document owner)

(complete date of birth)

(first name to be changed)

(new first name to be adopted)

(name of father)

(name of mother)

(Sgd) MARINA MAQUIDATO- AMONCIO Municipal Civil Registrar

(name of father)

(name of mother)

(Sgd) MARINA MAQUIDATO- AMONCIO Municipal Civil Registrar

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: AGUSAN DEL SUR City\Municipality: SAN FRANCISCO NOTICE OF THE PUBLIC

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

October 08, 2019

ln 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 RA. 10172). Notice is hereby served to the public that ESTRELLITA CABRILLOS SARNO has filed with this Office, a petition for change of first name from “MARIA” to “ESTRELLITA” and the correction of entry in the date of birth from “JANUARY 2, 1947” to “JANUARY 22, 1947” in the Certificate of Live Birth of MARIA E. CABRILLOS at Tungkop. Minglanilla, Cebu and whose parents are Francisco Cabrillos and Rosalia Ubas. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than February 7, 2020.

MDN: Jan. 14 & 21, 2020

(place of birth)

MDN: Jan. 7 &14, 2020

OFFICE OF THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR

(complete name of document owner)

Republic of the Philippines Province of Davao del Sur CITY OF DIGOS

Publication Notice R.A 10172

(new first name to be adopted)

(complete date of birth)

(place of birth)

MDN: Jan. 7 &14, 2020

OFFICE OF THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR

Asked on the result of their evaluation and the chances of the inclusion on the Pujada Bay to the prestigious list, Bodard and Rousset said they will have to refrain from giving any answer to that since the decision would come from the board and not just from one person. Bodard explained they have several Vice Presidents representing several continents in the world that would cast their vote whether to accept or deny the application. Bodard said as validators they will come up with a report and submit the same to the board before casting their votes. “After our consultations with other officers and after we cast our votes, it would take us two months before giving the result. However, all I can say is that the bays are very nice, clean and beautiful,” he added. As part of the criteria for considering Pujada Bay, the validators said they are look-

PRA Form No. 10.1(LCRO)

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that ELAINE PLAMUS METANTE has filed with this

Republic of the Philippines Province of Davao del Sur CITY OF DIGOS

Sta. Rosa, Laguna; Dasmarinas, Bacoor, and Silang in Cavite; Malolos, San Jose Del Monte, and Meycauayan, Bulacan; Antipolo, Rizal; Muntinlupa; Las Pinas; Marikina; Paranaque; Pasig; Quezon City; Mandaluyong; San Juan; Manila; Makati City; and Taguig City. Phivolcs said “hazardous explosive eruption is possible within hours to days.” (PNA)

MATI CITY, Davao Oriental -- The two foreign validators of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World (MBBW) Club were astounded at the beauty of the Pujada Bay here, as they conducted ground validation on the possible inclusion of the bay to the MBBW. MBBW founder and manager Bruno Bodard and MBBW treasurer Guy Ettiene Rousset arrived on Wednesday for the validation, and have already visited several areas in the city. “We have been surprised with what we discovered. It is much beautiful and clean than we expected,” Bodard said in a press briefing on Saturday, adding “the bays are remarkably clean.” Rousset lauded the city government for their efforts in keeping the island clean. “We were surprised how clean the bays are. One of our thrust is to recommend to them on how to take care of their island but I guess they have done their job right,” Rousset added.

(SGD) MARISSA C. NEBRADA City Civil Registrar

In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No.2013 – 1, Guidelines in the implantation of the administrative Order No.1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served of the public that MINERVA A. MOSQUITO, has filed with his office a petition for change of first name from “MERCEDITA” to “MINERVA”, in the Certificate of Live Birth of MINERVA ARIENZA MOSQUITO, who was born on NOVEMBER 11, 1967 at San Francisco, Agusan del Sur and whose parents are FRANCISCO G. MOSQUITO & GRETA U. ARIENZA. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with the Office of the Municipal Civil Registrar, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur.

MDN: Jan. 14 & 21, 2020

(SGD) TITA APURA PRADO Municipal Civil Registrar


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BOSS ni Tomas generates P894K as of Jan.9 operations

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ANTO TOMAS, Davao del Norte -The Municipal Treasurer’s Office (MTO) here has collected a total of P894, 196.88 during the 8th day of operations of the Businesss One-Stop Shop (BOSS) or known as “BOSS ni Tomas” in the renewal of business permits and tax payment this year.

MTO head Ligin Pono said the P894, 196.88 collected from January 2 to 9 was a 77 percent increase from P504, 492.98 in the same period in 2019. Pono has encouraged all business permit applicants to beat the January 20 deadline to avoid the imposition of penalties to their businesses. She added that busi-

nesses that fail to renew permits on time will pay a fine of 25 percent of the business tax due plus two percent interest rate per month. Pono emphasized that the imposition of fines is based on the existing 2012 revenue code of the Municipality of Santo Tomas approved by former Mayor Maximo Estela.

Raising HIV-AIDS awareness needed to check disease spread DAVAO CITY -- One of the main challenges of the Philippine government is to address the spread of HIV-AIDS while raising public awareness for the said virus. Previously, the spread of HIV/AIDS was only largely prevalent with Men who have sex with Men (MSM) but now the Department of Health (DOH XI) has recorded new cases within the region with women and children who have been infected with said virus. The Regional Epidemiology Surveillance Unit for the DOH XI Dr. Cleo Fe Tabada is worried that the spread of HIV/AIDS will now be also prevalent with females and children. “The sad part is that HIV/

AIDS is already starting to affect females and children because some of the MSMs are married or have female partners,” Dr. Tabda mentioned. Dr. Tabada is looking forward to how the Enhanced Service Delivery is going to positively impact the government’s campaign in reducing the spread of HIV-AIDS in the Philippines. “As of today, we have more service areas because hospitals who were previously not equipped with HIV/AIDS management services have received upgrades to their capacity like the hospitals in the provinces have been oriented on what to do if they encounter a new case,” Dr. Tabada said.

Part of the solution to curtailing the spread of HIV/AIDS in the country is being able to document the scope of infection in the population that is why the government has made huge strides in identification and diagnosis of patients affected by the said disease. “Several years ago, if there’s a case outside Davao City it’s hard to handle because there are no available services but, at present, the Department of Health and Local Government Units have enhanced its capacity to serve to even to the extent of community health centers being able to cater to individuals who wish to be tested for HIV/AIDS,” Dr. Tabada said. (PIA-XI/ Kevin L. Caro)

DANGCAGAN EMERGENCY RESCUE VEHICLE BLESSING AND TURN OVER CEREMONY AND BUGWAK SPRING RESORT OPENING

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A local revenue code is a compiled tax and revenue ordinances arranged systematically. It is a necessary element for imposing and collecting revenues where Municipal Treasurers are mandated to collect the said fees and fines as provided for by the revenue code. Meanwhile, Jane Gatillo, the head of the LGU Santo Tomas’ Business Permits and Licenses Office said that BPLS recorded a total of 439 business permit application. Gatillo said that the BPLS is expecting around 2,000 business permit renewals, based from 2019’s data of businesses registered in the municipality. For her part, Municipal Administrator Atty Elisa

Evangelista-Lapina underscored the importance of implementing the revenue code since it plays a vital role in the promotion of the general welfare and maintaining the public order of this town. “Fees are not primarily meant to generate revenues. It should be linked to a ser vice being performed by the LGU to promote general welfare and maintain public order,” she said. She explained that fees as provided for in the revenue code is one way to help the LGU to perform a particular service. Taxes, for one, are considered to be the “lifeblood of the government.” These are used to finance basic services such as education

programs, health services as well as infrastructure – all vital to the economy’s growth and improvement of the lives of all Tomasinos. “This means that the payment of their taxes are essential to fund all the basic social services of our LGU. We encouraged our tax payers to help us improved the delivery of effective and quality public service by means of paying their taxes diligently,” Lapina said. She assured the public that the money they put in the LGU’s coffer will be converted into a pro-people and quality public services. (PR-MIO Santo Tomas/Reynald Jaye Tamping with reports from Rhona Mae Royo)

Republic of the Philippines OFFICE OF THE CITY TREASURER Oroquieta City Tel. No. (088) 531-1214 / Fax No. (088) 531-0134

City of Good Life January 2, 2020

NOTICE OF TIME FOR PAYMENT OF REAL PROPERTY TAX FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2020 NOTICE is hereby served that pursuant to Sections249 and 250 of Republic Act No. 7160, otherwise known as “The Local Government Code of 1991”, the owner of the real property or the person having legal interest therein may pay the basic real property tax and additional tax for Special Education Fund (SEF) due thereon for the calendar year 2020 without interest in four (4) equal installments as follows: 1st installment - on or before the thirty-firsts (31st) of March 2020 2nd installment – on or before the thirtieth (30th) of June 2020

By: ROSEMARY A. GENON (MARIAN AG)

HE local Government of Dangcagan Bukidnon Headed by Municipal Mayor Fruto B. Dandasan Jr. purchased seven (7) units of emergency rescue vehicles for the seven Barangays. Said vehicles was blessed by Arnold Ranque last January 8, 2020 and turn over to their respective barangays, said occasion was witnessed by Municipal Vice Mayor Edilberto Ayuban, SB, ABC, SK Officials together with Municipal

employees, PNP and members of MDRRMC and visitors. Another seven units of rescue vehicles to be purchase by the LGU next month to complete the 14 barangays to answer the emergency call by the people of every barangay. This was followed by the official opening of their tourist spot Bugwak Spring Resort located at Barangay Bugwak of said Municipality the project was funded by the LGU Amounting 3 million pesos.

The Bukidnon Third District Representative Manuel F. Zubiri will add another 5 million pesos allocation for the completion of the said Spring Resort through the Department of Tourism.

3rd installment – on or before the thirtieth (30th) of September 2020 4th installment – on or before the thirty-first (31st) of December 2020 A ten percent (10%) discount is allowed if the basic real property tax and additional tax accruing to the Special Education Fund (SEF) are paid on time in accordance with the above prescribed schedule of payment. (SGD)JOSE LEMUEL M. TORTOLA, JD City Treasurer Distribution: Posting - City Hall Main - City Hall Annex - Public Market - Every Barangay Hall - Oroquieta City Town Center - City Engineer’s Office All Offices (Local Structure) Publication in the Local newspaper

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IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF WAGE ORDER NO. RB X- DW-02

contracting of domestic workers services through a licensed PEAs, the wage rates prescribed in the Order shall be borne by the principals or clients of the PEAs and the contract shall be deemed amended accordingly. In the event, however, that the principals or clients fail to pay the prescribed wage rates, the PEAs shall be jointly and severally liable with his principal or client.

Section 7. Exemption from Compliance. Filing of applications for exemption from compliance with the Wage Order is not allowed.

Pursuant to Section 15 of Wage Order No. RB X DW-02, Providing For Wage Increase for Domestic Workers in Region X and NWPC Guidelines No. 01, Series of 2014, The Rules of Procedure on Minimum Wage Fixing for Domestic Workers, the following Rules are hereby issued for the guidance and compliance by all concerned in Region X.

Section 8. Provision of Basic Necessities. The employer shall provide for the basic necessities of the domestic workers as defined in Rule I, Section 2.i of this Rules.

RULE I GENERAL PROVISIONS

At no instance shall the employer withdraw or hold in abeyance the provision of these basic necessities as punishment or disciplinary action to the domestic worker.

Section 9. Non-Diminution of Benefits. Nothing in the wage order shall be construed to reduce any existing wage rates, allowances and benefits of any form under existing laws, decrees, issuances, executive orders and/or any contract or agreement between the workers and employers.

Section 1. Title. These Rules shall be known as the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Wage Order No. RB X- DW-02. Section 2. Definition of Terms as used in these Rules.

Section 10. Competency-Based Pay Scheme. Household employers and their domestic workers may voluntarily and mutually agree to adopt a compensation system that rewards domestic workers with additional pay in exchange for formal TESDA certification of the domestic workers mastery of skills, knowledge and/or competencies.

a. Order – refers to Wage Order No. DW RB-X-02. b. Commission or NWPC – refers to the National Wages and Productivity Commission.

c. Board – refers to the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board of Region X. d. DOLE-X – refers to the Department of Labor and Employment Regional Office No. X.

Those who will adopt the Competency-Based Pay Scheme may refer to the NWPC Advisory on Competency-Based Wage for Domestic Workers issued on 24 February 2015. RULE III SPECIAL PROVISIONS

e. TESDA – refers to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.

Section 1. Appeal to the Commission. Any party aggrieved by the Wage Order may file an appeal with the NWPC, through the Board, in three (3) legible copies, not later than ten (10) days from the publication of this Wage Order, subject to compliance with Sections 11 and 12 of the NWPC Guidelines No. 01, Series of 2014.

f. Republic Act 10361 – refers to the law enacted by Congress known as an “Act Instituting Policies for the Protection and Welfare of Domestic Workers” commonly referred to as Batas Kasambahay.

Section 2. Complaints for Non-Compliance. Complaints for non-compliance with the Wage Order shall be filed before the DOLE Field/Provincial/Regional Office X and shall go through the thirty (30) day mandatory conciliation under the DOLE Single Entry Approach (SEnA) program to exhaust all efforts for settlement.

g. NWPC Guidelines 01-14 – refers to the rules of procedure on minimum wage fixing for domestic workers. h. Domestic Worker – refers to any person engaged in domestic work within an employment relationship, whether on a live-in or live-out arrangement, such as, but not limited to, general househelp, “yaya”, cook, gardener, or laundry person, but shall exclude service, family drivers, children who are under foster family arrangement, or any person who performs domestic work only occasionally or sporadically and not on an occupational basis.

The DOLE Regional Director shall issue a Compliance Order within ten (10) days from the submission of the case for resolution. Section 3. Freedom to Bargain. The Wage Order shall not be construed to prevent domestic workers from bargaining for higher wages with their respective employers.

i. Basic Necessities – is defined pursuant to Rule IV, Section 13, Rules Implementing R.A. 10361 to include: a) At least three (3) adequate meals a day, taking into consideration the Kasambahay’s religious beliefs and cultural practices; b) Humane sleeping conditions that respects the person’s privacy for live-in arrangement; and c) Appropriate rest and medical assistance in the form of first-aid medicines, in case of illness and injuries sustained during service without loss of benefits.

Section 4. Unlawful Acts and Penalties. Withholding and interference in the disposal of wages of the domestic workers are declared unlawful and shall be punishable with a fine of not less than Ten Thousand Pesos (P10,000.00) but not more than Forty Thousand Pesos (P40,000.00), without prejudice to the filing of the appropriate civil and/or criminal action by the aggrieved party pursuant to Rule XII, Sections 1 and 2 of Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 10361.

Section 5. Prohibition Against Injunction. No preliminary or permanent injunction or temporary restraining order may be issued by any court, tribunal or other entity against any proceedings before the Board.

For the Kasambahay under live-out arrangement, he/she shall be provided space for rest and access to sanitary facilities.

j. Private Employment Agency (PEA) – refers to any individual, legitimate partnership, corporation or entity licensed to engage in the recruitment and placement of domestic workers for local employment.

Section 6. Repealing Clause. All orders issuances, rules and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of the Wage Order are hereby repealed, amended or modified accordingly.

k. Single Entry Approach (SEnA) – refers to an administrative approach to provide a speedy, impartial, inexpensive and accessible settlement procedure of all labor issues or conflicts to prevent them from ripening into full blown disputes.

Section 7. Separability Clause. If any provision or part of the Wage Order is declared unconstitutional, or in conflict with existing law, the other provisions or parts thereof shall remain valid.

l. Competency-Based Pay Scheme – refers to a compensation system that rewards domestic workers with additional pay a) by reason of the National Certification II program of the TESDA or b) by written mutual agreement.

Section 8. Effectivity. These Implementing Rules and Regulations shall have the same date of effectivity as that of the Wage Order No.RBX-DW-02.

RULE II WAGE ADJUSTMENTS

APPROVED, this 4th day of December 2019 at Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines.

Section 1. New Monthly Minimum Wage Rates. Upon effectivity of Wage Order No. DW RBX-DW-02, the new monthly minimum wage rates for domestic workers in the Region shall not be less than the following: MR. ARSENIO L. SEBASTIAN III Management Representative

MR. NICANDRO L. BORJA Labor Representative (with reservation)

Section 2. Coverage of the Wage Order. Wage Order No. RB-X-DW-01 shall apply to all domestic workers, whether on a live-in or live-out arrangement, such as but not limited to: a. b. c. d. e. f.

General Househelp; Yaya; Cook; Gardener; Laundry Person; or Any person who regularly performs domestic work in one household on an occupational basis.

MR. PRUDENCIO T. PLAZA, JR. Management Representative

MR. MILBERT M. MACARAMBON Labor Representative

Not covered are the following: a. b. c. d.

Service Providers; Family Drivers; Children under foster family arrangement; and Any other person who performs work occasionally or sporadically and not on an occupational basis.

DIR. MYLAH FAYE AURORA B. CARIÑO Vice-Chairperson Regional Director, NEDA-X

Section 3. Mode and Frequency of Payments of Wages. The wages of the domestic workers shall be paid in cash at least once a month. No payment by means of promissory notes, vouchers, coupons, tokens, tickets, chits, or any object other than cash shall be allowed.

DIR. LINDA O. BONIAO Vice-Chairperson Regional Director, DTI-X

Section 4. Deductions for Loss or Damage. Other than those mandated by law, the employer shall not deduct any amount from the wages of the Domestic Worker without his/her written consent or authorization; provided that, deduction for loss or damage shall only be made under the following conditions: a. The Domestic Worker is clearly shown to be responsible for the loss or damage; b. The Domestic Worker is given reasonable opportunity to show cause why deductions should not be made; c. The total amount of such deductions is fair and reasonable and shall not exceed the actual loss or damage; and d. The deduction from the wages of the domestic worker does not exceed 20% of his/ her wages in a month. Section 5. Deduction for Loans. By written agreement, the employer may deduct the loans from the wages of the domestic worker, which amount shall not exceed 20% of his/her wages every month. Section 6. Application to Private Employment Agencies (PEAs). In the case of hiring/

ATTY. JOFFREY M. SUYAO Chairperson, RTWPB-X Regional Director, DOLE-X

APPROVED this ______ day of ____________ 2019.

HON. SILVESTRE H. BELLO, III Secretary Department of Labor and Employment MDN: January 14, 2020


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Republika ng Pilipinas LUNGSOD NG ILIGAN Tanggapan ng Sangguniang Panlungsod REGULAR SESSION HELD ON JUNE 11, 2019 PRESENT: Petronilo G. Pardillo, Eric M. Capitan, Jesse Ray N. Balanay, Demosthenes R. Plando, Belinda C. Lim, Sorilie Christine R. Bacsarpa, Rosevi Queenie C. Belmonte, Ian C. Uy, Rhandy Ryan Francis A. Ong, Bernard Y. Pacaña, Renato L. Ancis, Cesarve C. Siacor, Datu Diamla Rolando D. So-ong, Nhicolle B. Capangpangan, ABSENT: Jemar L. Vera Cruz, Samuel P. Huertas,

SECTION 12. Membership to the Program - The following requirements shall be secured by the applicants from the barangay where he/she resides i. Certification of Purok Residency indicating that the applicant is a resident in the purok and of good standing in the community. ii. Certification ‘of Barangay Residency indicating that the applicant has been a resident in the barangay for at least six (6) months; iii. Certificate of Indigency, indicating the applicant’s combined gross monthly family income iv. Certificate the COMELEC or voter’s ID indicating that the applicant is a registered voter of Iligan City

City Vice Mayor, (OB) Member, (On Leave)

SECTION 14. Card Issuance - Once the application is approved, the applicant shall be issued with the appropriate color-coded health card, free of charge.

WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of any Local Government Unit (LGU) to protect and promote the right to health consciousness among its people; WHEREAS, in its desire to help the poor residents of Iligan City who can ill afford to free hospitalization, the Sangguniang Panlungsod has adopted City Ordinance No. 02-4224, entitled, “An Ordinance Establishing Certain Policies In The Enrollment Of Qualified Indigents Of Iligan City Under The Indigent Sector Component Of The National Health Insurance Program (NHIP), And Creating The PhilHealth Capitation Fund (PCF) From The Proceeds Of The Outpatient Consultation And Diagnostic Benefit Package To Be Provided By The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth)”; WHEREAS, on top of this, the City Government of Iligan has also allocated funds to provide limited but free medicines for the indigent patients seeking consultations and treatment at the City Health Office and Gregorio T. Lluch Memorial Hospital; WHEREAS, in spite of these two laudable measures to alleviate the medical needs of the city residents, still there are poor people who are not covered by PhilHealth, due to some reasons; WHEREAS, to fulfill one of the goals of the city which is to have a healthy community with equitable access to a broad range of basic and effective health services, there is a need to take full advantage of the resources of the City Government by adopting an ordinance creating the Iligan City Integrated Socialization Color-Coded Health Card Program; WHEREAS, public hearings were conducted on October 12, 2017, March 18, 2019 and May 28, 2019 to listen to the comments and suggestions of the public and these were included in the Ordinance; WHEREFORE, upon motion of Member Belinda C. Lim, duly seconded by Member Rhandy Ryan Francis A. Ong; BE IT RESOLVED, AS IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of the Iligan, that the following City Ordinance be ADOPTED and APROVED: CITY ORDINANCE NO. 19-6829 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE ILIGAN CITY INTEGRATED SOCIALIZED COLORCODED HEALTH CARD (ISCCoH) INDIGENCY PROGRAM Be it ordained by the Sangguniang Panglungsod of Iligan in its session assembled, that:

SECTION 1. Title - This Ordinance shall be otherwise known as the “Integrated Socialized Color-Coded Health Card (ISCCoH) Program for Indigents”. SECTION 2. Objectives - This Ordinance is enacted pursuant to the inherent authority of Iligan City to provide general welfare services to its residents. Through this Ordinance and the regulations adopted, indigents who are residents of Iligan City shall receive quality health service in a fair and equitable manner. This Card shall serves as: a. An identification card that may be used by the residents of Iligan City, to give them priority in availing and receiving the benefits of the basic health care in the City Health Office, GTLMH and the Barangay Health Center (BHC) funded by the taxes of the people. b. A discount card, that may be used by the residents of Iligan City to avail from the City Health Office and GTLMH’s health services such as but not limited to out-patient consultations, laboratory procedures, medicines and hospitalization services. SECTION 3. Definition of Terms - As used in this Ordinance, the following terms shall mean as follows:

Card Holder - refers to a resident of Iligan City who is the primary holder of the Integrated Socialized Color-Coded Health Card (ISCCoH) Indigency Program”, including the Senior Citizens and PWDs

ISCCoH Card - refers to the Integrated Socialized Color-Coded Health Card

Card Dependents - refers to the cardholder’s parents and identified and qualified family members i.e., spouse, children who are not more than 21 years old

Contestability Period -the period wherein the Iligan City Health Office and GTLMH can refuse the benefits of the ISCCoH Program

Private Health Care Professionals - doctors of medicines, nurses, midwives, dentists, medical and radiologic technologists or other health care professionals or practitioners who are duly- licensed to practice in the Philippines and accredited under the ISCCoH Card Program

Program - refers to the Integrated Socialized Color-Coded Health (ISCCOH) Card Program as established in this Ordinance.

SECTION 4. ISCCoh Council - There shall be established the ISCCoH Counc to be composed of the following Chairman: City Mayor or his representative Co-Chairman: City Vice Mayor or his representative Vice-Chairman: SP Chair Committee on Health Members:

City Health Officer or Representative Chief, GTLMH or Representative Head, City Social Welfare or Representative ABC President or Representative Head, Federated Purok Presidents

SECTION 5. Powers and Functions of the ISCCoh Council - To carry out the mandate of this Ordinance, the ISCCoh Council shall have the following functions:

a. b. c. d.

Monitor, assess and evaluate the status of the program; Formulate the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) Investigate issues affecting the delivery of program to the beneficiaries Approved the suspension, revocation of the card holders as recommended by the ISCCoh card facilitators

Section 6. Meetings - The ISCCoh Council shall have a regular meeting at least every quarter of the year to be called by the Secretary. Special or emergency meetings may also be called when necessary as requested by any member and approved by the Chairman. SECTION 7. Creation of the ISCCoh Card Office - With the promulgation c this Ordinance, the Iligan City ISCCoH Card Office is hereby created under the Offic of the City Mayor, to be staffed with qualified and competent personnel. SECTION 8. Function of the ISCCoH Card Office - The ISCCoH Card Office shall have the following functions: a. Formulate the Implementing Rules and Regulations as may be necessary to facilitate the efficient and effective implementation of the Program; b. Formulate administrative and operating systems and such other regulations, as may be necessary in the implementation of the Program; c. Establish procedures necessary for the proper implementation of the ISCCoH Card Program; d. Oversight function over the ISCCoH Card Office and program implementation; e. Solicit and accept fund from private funding institutions, to be accrued in the Trust Fund; f. Manage the ISCCoH Card Program Trust Fund; g. Negotiate and recommend to the Local Chief Executive, the hiring of health care providers who have specialization needed by the indigents and whose expertise are not available in City Health Office and GTLMH; h. Approve, suspend temporarily, revoke permanently, or restore the accreditation of health care providers; i. Approve, suspend temporarily, revoke permanently, or restore the membership of a beneficiary and the right to benefits of the member; j. Reconcile the benefit claims for those who are not covered by PhilHealth with that of the ISCCoH Card Office records of the holder and the dependents. SECTION 9. Function of the ISCCoH Card Facilitators - The ISCCoH Card Facilitators shall have the following functions: a. Administer the ISCCoH Card Program; b. Screen applicants for card holder and dependents of the program; c. Recommend to the ISCCoH Council the screened applicants for approval, suspension, revocation of the Card holder d. Recommend to the ISCCoH Council amendments to the IRR as may be necessary to facilitate the efficient and effective implementation of the Program; e. Maintain a data bank for the card holders and their beneficiaries f. Submit an annual report to the Sangguniang Panlungsod regarding the status of the implementation of the program g. Perform such other functions that may be assigned by the ISCCoH Council SECTION 10. Trust Fund - An ISCCoH Card Program Trust Fund shall be set aside for the purpose of financing the health care services rendered to the beneficiaries of the Program An amount of One Million Pesos is hereby initially appropriated for the first year of operation of the ISCCoH Card Program. The coffers of the Trust Fund shall be replenished and restored to its original level whenever the balance falls below One Million Pesos

Program including the funds received from private funding institutions and organizations shall accrue directly to the Trust Fund The ISCCoH Card Program Trust Fund shall be used solely for payments of health care services covered by the program The ISCCoH Card Program Trust Fund shall be managed and administered by the ISCCOH Council of Iligan City.

Member, Acting Presiding Officer Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

RESOLUTION NO. 19-276

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

SECTION 11. Management of the Trust Fund - All funds received for the ISCCoH Card

SECTION 13. Evaluation - The staff of the ISCCoH Card Program shall evaluate the qualifications of the prospective member and endorse the same for approval to the Local Health Board. Once approved, the membership shall be subject to annual validation in accordance to a procedure adopted by the Local Health Board.

SECTION 15. Card Effectivity - Card holder can enjoy the full benefits of the programs for a period of one (1) year only, to expire based on the date of the issuance of the card. The card holder shall see to it that the card will be renewed within thirty (30) days before the expiration date. SECTION 16. Before renewing the card, the ISCCoH Card Office shall assess to ascertain whether the card holder and/or his/her dependents are still qualified in the Program. SECTION 17. Change of Income before the Expiration and Renewal of the ISCCoh Card - In the event of a change of income of the card holder before the renewal or expiration of the card, the card holder has to apply for a new card from the ISCCoH Card Office who will then issue a new color card appropriate to the new income of the card holder. SECTION 18. ISCCoh Card with Bar Code - If the funds of the City Government allows, the ISCCoH Card Office as much as possible, issue a color coded cards with bar codes which can be scanned by special optical scanners, or barcode readers, to speed up processing and helps track patients admittance. SECTION 19. The health card beneficiaries are required to obtain and present prescriptions or admission orders from the GTLMH/CHO prior to the administration of appropriate health care services or hospital admission, except for emergency cases. During such instances, the health card holder or his/her representative shall notify, within reasonable time, the ISCCoH Card Office regarding the hospital admission.

Lamberto S. Macapagal Jr., Jessie Ray N. Balanay, Providencio A. Abragan, Jr., Rosevi Queenie C. Belmonte, Rudolph Charles LI. Tamula, Petronilo G. Pardillo, Michelle E. Sweet-Booc, Simplicio N. Larrazabal, III, Cesarve C. Siacor, Datu Diamla Rolando D. So-ong, Nhicolle B. Capangpangan, ABSENT: Sorilie Christine R. Bacsarpa, Demosthenes R. Plando, * - Out during the deliberation

SECTION 24. Migrating to PhilHealth - Members of this program shall be migrated to PhilHealth system once membership and utilization rates have reached a level which makes cost of the Program benefits, as may be recommended by the ISCCoH Card Office. SECTION 25. Except as already expressly provided for this Ordinance, the ISCCoH Card Office, with approval of the Local Health Board, may establish additional policies and v procedures for the effective implementation of this Program. SECTION 26. Suspension or Cancellation of Membership - Membership in the Program may be suspended, revoked or canceled without further notice when the member/dependent/ beneficiary is no longer a resident nor a voter of Iligan City. SECTION 27. Color- Coding Scheme. The following shall be the color-coding scheme for this program: Category A B

C

D

Card Monthly Benefit Color Household Income Red 7,000 below Free health services (outpatient and hospitalization in the city-owned health facilities like the CHO and GTLMH and BHC Yellow 8,000 and below 75% discount for health services (outpatient and hospitalization). Green 10,000 and below 50% discount for health services (outpatient and hospitalization). White 12,001 and above 25% discount for health services (outpatient and hospitalization).

SECTION 28. Inclusion and Limitation of Health Services - The following services are covered by the program, pending availability: a. Prescribed medical/health needs and services, available in the City Health Office and GTLMH; b. Prescribed medicines and laboratories by government health provider c. Prescription from accredited private medical practitioner. SECTION 29. Limitation of Benefits - The benefits of this program may only be availed at the GTLMH, City Health Office and the Barangay Health Center (BHC) SECTION 30. Accreditation Of Private Health Care Providers - Private Health Care Providers within the territorial jurisdiction of Iligan City are hereby encouraged to participate in the Program. Interested and willing health care providers shall apply for accreditation under the Program by accomplishing an Accreditation Application Form and submit the required supporting documents for accreditation of health care providers based on the following: 1. The private health care provider operates with a valid Mayor’s Permits, except for government hospital/institutions; 2. The health care provider is accorded under the National Health Insurance Program. The board shall determine such other qualification requirements or may impose other terms and conditions for maintenance of accredited status as may be necessary to effectively carry out the purpose of this Ordinance. In doing so, it shall ensure that documentary requirements shall not be too burdensome to the point of deterring participation of health care providers in the Program and; 3. Application for accreditation of health care provider which meet the requirement for accreditation shall be favorably endorse to the Local Health Board for further deliberation. SECTION 31. Suspension or Cancellation of Accreditation - The accreditation status of the health care provider shall be cancelled or revoke for violation of the terms and conditions as imposed by the Board for maintenance shall not exceed a period of two (2) years. SECTION 32. The Office of the City Mayor is hereby authorized to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with health care providers for the purpose of implementing this Ordinance. SECTION 33. Separability Clause - If any provision of the Ordinance is declared unconstitutional by a competent court, the same shall not affect the valid provisions hereof. SECTION 34. Repealing Clause - All Ordinances, Resolutions, City Government Issuances, Rules and Regulations or parts thereof which are inconsistent or contrary to this Ordinance shall be deemed repealed or amended accordingly. SECTION 35. Effectivity - This ordinance shall take effect immediately in the manner prescribed by R.A. 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code. (VOTING BY ROLL CALL: CAPITAN, “Yes”; BALANAY, “Yes”; PLANDO, “Yes”; LIM, “Yes”; BACSARPA, “Yes”; BELMONTE, “Yes”; UY, “Yes”; ONG, “Yes”; PACANA, “Yes”; ANCIS, “Yes”; SIACOR, “Yes”; SO-ONG, “Yes” and CAP AN GP AN GAN, “Yes”).

CARRIED Unanimously.

The undersigned hereby attests to the adoption of the foregoing Ordinance as verified to by the Member-author.

ATTY. ARTHUR LL. PADILLA Secretary to the Sanggunian

PETRONILO G. PARDILLO Member, Acting Presiding Officer

WHEREAS, after a thorough deliberation on the propriety of the said proposal, the same was recommended for adoption; WHEREFORE, on motion of Member Simplicio N. Larrazabal, III, duly seconded by Member Jesse Ray N. Balanay BE IT RESOLVED, AS IT S HEREBY RESOLVED, By the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Iligan, that the following City Ordinance be ADOPTED and APPROVED: CITY ORDINANCE NO. 19-6841 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING CITY ORDINANCE NO. 05-4818, ENTITLED, “AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE COLLECTION OF STALL, AMUSEMENT AND OTHER APPROPRIATE FEES, UNDER EXISTING REVENUE ORDINANCES, ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS, BEQUEATHS, CONDUCT OF FUND RAISING ACTIVITIES AND THE LIKE ON THE OCCASION OF THE ILIGAN CITY FIESTA AND TOURISM MONTH CELEBRATION, CREATING A SPECIAL FUND THERETO, AUTHORIZING THE DISBURSEMENT THEREOF SOLELY FOR THE PURPOSES RELATED AND INTENDED FOR SAID CELEBRATION BY AND UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT BOARD OF DIYANDI FESTIVAL 2019.

August 22, 2019 CELSO G. REGENCIA City Mayor

Victor Ozarraga Teves Republika ng Pilipinas LUNGSOD NG ILIGAN Tanggapan ng Sangguniang (Panlungsod REGULAR SESSION HELD ON AUGUST 27, 2019 PRESENT: Jemar L. Vera Cruz, Rhandy Ryan Francis A. Ong, * Ian C. Uy, *

Be it ordained by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Iligan in its session assembled, that:

SECTION 1. - The 2019 Executive Management Board created by City Mayor Celso G. Regencia is hereby authorized to manage, allocate, fix the rate of rentals, fees fob occupancy of spaces, stalls and the like of trade, commercial goods exhibitors, sellers or engaged in similar commercial activities in areas designated for trade and commercial goods, the display of tarpaulins and advertisements, exhibition and sale, receive, accept donations in cash or in kind from individuals, associations, corporation and the like during and in connection with the various affairs, events and activities in pursuit of, and in connection with the month long 2019 Iligan City Fiesta and Tourism celebration. SECTION 2. - The regulatory fees, taxes, including but not limited to business permits, amusement and other appropriate taxes, presently imposed and collected under the existing Revenue Code of 1993 (City Ordinance No. 2193, s.1993) of the City of Iligan, as amended, as well as, the Local Government Code RA 7160, shall and for always be collected by the City Treasurer and all the collections, Income, revenues derived from therefrom shall accrue to the general fund of the City Government. SECTION 3. - The rental fees and other similar charges collected, and the donations or contributions received by it, as authorized under Section 1 hereof, in cash or in kind for value, received by the Executive Management Board in cash or things shall be duly issued with receipts printed and duly registered, at the instance of the Board. For this purpose, the Chairman of the Executive Management Board 2019 and authorized under this Ordinance, is directed and authorized to open an account under the name of the Executive Management Board, with any reputable government or private commercial banking firm in the City of Iligan, that shall accommodate such nature of deposit. SECTION 4. Use of Funds Collected by the Board - The funds, donations and contributions in cash or kind received by the Executive Management Board shall be appropriated, used and disbursed solely for the purpose of meeting the management’s operational and day to day expenses and other needs of the said Board in connection with the holding and ensuring the success of the different fiesta activities, events and activities. The Board shall designate its duly authorized signatories for the deposit and withdrawal of funds for the purposes aforementioned. However, after Section 4, there shall be additional provisions, to wit: SECTION 5. - All activities, contracts, Memorandum of Agreements or any other engagements of any sponsors, exhibitors, sellers, or commercial traders or any other activities related to the Fiesta that shall involve signatures of person in authority binding the City of Iligan shall be signed by the City Mayor as maybe authorized by the Sanggunian. SECTION 6. - Any lessor, any lease of any stall, store, commercialspace, place of exhibition or any other space available in the compound where the activities of the Fiesta Committee or the celebration is organized and conducted, who is found to have sub-leased the space allotted to him shall lose the right, automatically, to the space which shall be cancelled and any payment of any additional fee by any buyer or exhibitor or any person, in addition to the original lease rental shall be forfeited, and collected by the Board, to be remitted to the City of Iligan. Provided further, that representatives from the City Treasurer’s Office or the Chairman of the Executive Management Board shall every now and then conduct inspection, monitoring and/or examination of an account in the place of celebration. SECTION 7. Provided, however, that any other additional amount that may be appropriated within the duration of the fiesta and in relation to the celebration shall be suppletory to the income of the fiesta committee. Expenses, therefore, of the fiesta committee shall first be charged against all collection by the fiesta committee and only in the event of each deficiency shall the said money be used and applied to the expenses of the fiesta. Provided further that any advance applied for the fiesta committee through the Chairman, as authorized by the Board, may be charged against the said money subject to the condition that it shall be replenished by whatever excess amount that will be remitted after the celebration. SECTION 8. - Reporting. The Executive Management Board is hereby directed to submit a post fiesta celebration management and financial reports to the City Mayor and the Sangguniang Panlungsod within a period of sixty (60) days from the first Sunday of October 2019, which marks the end of the fiesta celebration in the year 2019. In future fiesta celebration, sixty (60) days period within which to report shall be reckoned from the first Sunday of October each year. Unreported income within sixty (60) days shall be for the account of the Executive Management Board. SECTION 9. - That the carnival rides, flea market (Mugna), parlor games, food stalls, dry goods, KTV and other amusement stalls, contract, Memorandum of Agreement entered into by the City Government, shall be subject to the approval, confirmation and ratification by the Sangguniang Panlungsod. SECTION 10. - That all contracts, agreement of the fiesta-related activities entered into by the City Government to the various fiesta operators, business establishments shall be signed by the Local Chief Executive. SECTION 11. - All city’s road closure in the related activities shall be approved by the City Council as clearly provided by in the Local Government Code. SECTION 12. - The lessee-operator of the stalls, flea market (Mugna), parlor games, food stalls, dry goods, KTV and other stalls, carnival rides is not allowed to sub-lease the stalls and the likes, otherwise the lessee and the sub¬lessor or buyer of said stall or space shall forfeit the payments and the space to the fiesta committee. SECTION 13. Repealing Clause - Any existing resolutions or ordinances contrary to the provisions hereof, shall be deemed modified, amended or repealed accordingly. SECTION 14. Effectivity Clause - This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its approval and publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Iligan. (VOTING BY ROLL CALL: ONG, “Out”; UY, “Out” MACAPAGAL, “Yes”; BALANAY, “Yes”; ABRAGAN, “Yes”; BELMONTE, “Yes”; TAMULA, “Yes”; PARDILLO, “Yes”; BOOC, “Yes”; LARRAZABAL, “Yes”; SIACOR, “Yes”; SO-ONG “Yes” and CAP AN GP AN GAN, “Yes”) CARRIED Unanimously.

The undersigned hereby attests to the adoption of the foregoing Ordinance as verified to by the Member-author.

APPROVED:

WHEREAS, the Iligan City Fiesta and Tourism Month 2019 is about to begin:

WHEREAS, for this purpose, presented for consideration of the body was the proposed ordinance authorizing the collection of stall, amusement and other appropriate fees under existing revenue ordinances, acceptance of donations, bequeaths, conduct of fund raising activities and the like on the occasion of the Iligan City Fiesta and Tourism Month Celebration, creating a special fund therefore, authorizing the disbursement thereof solely for the purpose related to and intended for said celebration by and under the auspices of the Executive Management Board;

CERTIFIED:

Member, (OB)

WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary and imperative to hold fund raising activities including the acceptance of donations to augment the funds to defray the expenses of the month-long celebration;

VERIFIED: BELINDA C. LIM Member-author

Member, (OB)

WHEREAS, the Executive Management Board of 2019 DIYANDI FESTIVAL SA ILIGAN, which manages the affairs and activities for the coming Fiesta and Tourism Month Celebration is in need of logistic and financial support to ensure the success in the preparation for various events and activities of the said occasion;

SECTION 21. Claims for health care services or hospitalization rendered to the program beneficiaries shall be processed and paid for by the ISCCoH Card Office.

SECTION 23. The card holder and their beneficiaries are required to update their ISCCoH Card record by presenting their records of medical services rendered to the ISCCoH Card office every time they availed of the benefits.

Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

RESOLUTION NO. 19-446

SECTION 20. The GTLMH/CHO shall assess whether the card holder or his/her beneficiaries need to be admitted or rendered with appropriate health care service prior to the issuance of the prescription and/or admission order.

SECTION 22. Only claims with the necessary prescription and/or admission order from the GTLMH/CHO accompanied by pertinent records of medical services rendered shall be processed and paid for.

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City Vice Mayor, Presiding Officer Member Member

VERIFIED:

ATTY. ARTHUR LL. PADILLA Secretary to the Sanggunian

SIMPLICIO N. LARRAZABAL, III Member-author ATTESTED: JEMAR L. VERA CRUZ City Vice Mayor, Presiding Officer APPROVED: Victor Ozarraga Teves

CELSO G. REGENCIA City Mayor September 5, 2019

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ing at three things which include its recognition on the national level certifying that it is actually a beautiful place, it must have a local environmental protection program, and must have worked on international networks. “We also consider the biodiversity of the area

and we want to instill to the young generation the importance of protecting the area,” Rousset said. If given the chance to be included the prestigious list, Bodard said the Pujada Bay will have the chance to be promoted internationally, as it already carries the logo of the MBBW. “We can help through promotion and we can entice more tourists to

English proficiency By CRISTINE G. MAESTRE Teacher III Pedro Sa. Baculio Elementary School

PROFICIENCY in English is usually defined by a combination of skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. These are measured by standardized and internationally recognized tests such as TOEFL and IELTS which are usually marked on a band score. IELT S has a b and score ranging from 0 to 9 is required for residency, citizenship, job, college and university eligibility purposes. There are many other tests both for ma l and infor ma l which aim to determine English proficiency. English proficiency is one’s ability to understand and produce English including reading and writing. Knowing lots of words and grammar doesn’t necessarily NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late CRESENCIO DIAZ MINA and ANASTACIA KINONTAO MINA, died on September 30,2005 and April 13,1993, respectively both at Malaybalay City, without issue, leaving real properties acquired through their work and industry with no known debts, both embraced by Original Certificate of Title (OCT) No. C-800, and Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT) No. 133-T11008, registered and declared in the name of Cresencio Mina, containing an areas of 377 sq. m. , and 1,000 sq. m., more or less, respectively, situated at Malaybalay City. Whereas, for and in consideration of the premises, said heirs, being the only surviving heirs, do hereby by these presents AGREE to settle extra-judicially and to this effect, do hereby SETTLE, DIVIDE, and ADJUDICATE the same among themselves, in accordance with the successional rights embodied in our laws, the real properties described below; PARCEL I OCT NO. C-800 A parcel of land (Plan Psu230547, LRC Case No. W-86, LRC Record No. N-47126), with all the improvements thereon, situated in the Poblacion, Municipality of Malaybalay, Province of Bukidnon. Containing an area of Three Hundred Seventy Seven (377) sq. m., more or less. PARCEL II TCT NO. 133-T-11008 A parcel of land (Lot 180-A-5 of the subdivision plan, (LRC) Psd241862 being a portion of Lot 180-A, (LRC) Psd-85584, LRC Rec. No. Free Patent-6625) situated in the Barrio of Impalambong, Mun. of Malaybalay, Prov. Of Bukidnon, Island of Mindanao. Containing an area of One Thousand Seven Hundred Ten (1,710) sq. m., more or less. Is subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE INTESTATE ESTATE OF SPOUSES CRESENCIO DIAZ MINA AND ANASTACIA KINONTAO MINA WITH APPOINTMENT AS PROPERTY ADMINISTRATOR, Under the Notarial Registry of Atty. Fiel Damian A. Decena, Notary Public, Per Doc. No. 293; Page No. 59; Book No. XLIII; Series of 2015. MDN: Jan 14, 21 & 28, 2020

come in your city. Apart from that, it will also be a weapon to protect the island and be recognized,” he said. Mayor Michelle Rabat is hopeful for the approval of their application and become part of MBBW list. She thanked the validators for visiting the city and commending on the potentials of the bay. “Apart from boosting our tourism, we wish to be accepted so that we can give alternative jobs to our small fisherfolk,” she added. The Davao Oriental

mean one has more English proficiency. Someone can have a smaller vocabulary but if that person has confidence speaking and communicates well, then said person has stronger English proficienc y than someone who isn’t as comfortable speaking. I’m going to tell you one method in which your English fluency is going to improve drastically within weeks. Call different customer care for different products. Mind you, the English fluency of the tele callers are always good. I call them, ask random doubts and try to extend the conversation as much as possible. I very carefully listen to all the words they use, how sentences are formed.

NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late ALEJO S. ROBILLOS, who died on December 15, 2011, at Oroquita City, Misamis Occidental, who died without any will, That the said deceased at the time of his death left a parcel of Agricultural land and more particularly described to wit; A parcel of Agricultural land, covered by Original Certificate of Title No. AO-1403, known as Lot 1408, SWO-42001, Case-19, situated at Dagumbaan, Maramag, Bukidnon. Containing an area of Seventy Thousand One Hundred Ninety Six (70,196) square meters. That at the time of his death, the deceased left no last will and testament and had no debts left unpaid; That no personal properties are involved in this extrajudicial settlement; Is subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF INTESTATE ESTATE AMONG HEIRS OF DECEASED, ALEJO S. ROBILLOS AND SALE OF A PARCEL OF AGRICULTURAL LAND. Under the Notarial Registry of Atty. ABUNDIO UR. GAITERA, Notary Public. Per Doc. No 61; Page No. 12; Book No. 1; Series of 2020.

EXTRA JUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE OF THE DECEASED OF CONSUELO M. GARDUQUE WITH DEED OF DONATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS;

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JOSE GARDUQUE, SR., a surviving of legal age, widower, Filipino, citizen, a resident of Sinangguyan, Don Carlos, Bukidnon, Philippines husband of the Late CONSUELO M. GARDUQUE, herein referred to as the DONOR. That the Donor is the owner of parcels of land and more particularly described as follows; (1) “ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITILE NO. P-442” ‘Containing an area of FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTY FOUR (574) square meters, identified as Lot No. 2002, PLs-98 Ext., Located at Poblacion Maramag, Bukidnon. (2) “KATIBAYAN NG ORIHINAL NA TITULO BLG. P-30616” “A house and Lot containing an area of ONE HUNDRED FORTY NINE (149) square meter. Identified as Lot No. 165, Csd-10-012017. Located at Sinangguyan, Don Carlos, Bukidnon. (3) “ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. P-2347” “Containing an area of FORTY THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED SIXTY SIX (40,166) square meters, Identified as Lot No. 200, Maramag , Pls-98 EXT., Located at formerly Sinangguyan, Maramag, and now Sinangguyan, Don Carlos, Bukidnon (4) “KATIBAYAN NG ORIHINAL NA TITULO BLG. P-72042” “Containing an area of EIGHTY SEVEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED TWENTY ONE (87,621) square meters. Identified as Lot No. 201, PLs-98 Ext. Located at Sinangguyan, Don Carlos, `Bukidnon. Is subject of EXTRA JUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE OF THE DECEASED OF CONSUELO M. GADUQUE WITH DEED OF DONATION, Under the Notarial Registry of Atty. LORDINO P. SALVAÑA, Notary Public, Not. Reg. No. 37; Page No. 8; Book No. LXXIV; Series of 2012. MDN: Jan 14, 21 & 28, 2020

team presented the Pujada Bay application to join the club during the MBBW Congress in Japan

last October. T h e P h i l ippi n e s i s among the 26-member countries of the club, with

Puerto Galera Bay as the lone bay in the country included in the official MBBW list. (PNA)

Contingency plan in place amidst Mideast tensions-OWWA DAVAO CITY -- An official of the Overseas Workers’ Welfare Administration in Davao Region assured that a contingency plan is in place for Filipino Overseas Workers in Iraq and Iran following the conflict between the United States of America and Iran as the Philippine observes Alert Level No. IV. Speaking in the Kapehan sa SM City, Carmelo Elaya, chief of the program and services division of the OWWA XI said that the government is now open for the repatriation of Filipino overseas foreign workers in Iraq and Iran where there are 24 and 10 Filipinos situated in these countries respectively. “Our focus now is the immediate repatriation of Filipino Overseas Foreign Workers from these countries,” he said.

Elaya said they are currently actualizing several task forces to determine Filipinos which are undocumented in these countries. He said they are catering to OFWs through the Balik-‘Pinas Program for livelihood assistance. “Our welfare officers are just waiting who among the OFWs will be reporting for repatriation. A contingency plan is in place in order to prepare OFWs and their respective families for evacuation to the Philippines,” Elaya said. He said that in the long run the OWWA will institute special programs for the welfare of the OFWs which will be discussed some more by top OWWA administrators. (PIA XI-Joey Sem G. Dalumpines)

How to get your Kids Interested in STEM By HAILY JOY B. CAÑETE, Teacher 1 Pulot National High School Pulot, Ozamiz City

CONNECT to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) all around you. There are plenty of things parents can do in terms of real-world connections to STEM education. Every day can be an opportunity for parents to expose their kids to STEM topics because they relate to virtually every facet of your environment and sur-

roundings. Take walks. Walk with your children. Look at different architecture and the role that it plays in artistic and engineering accomplishments. Mention the changing colors of the leaves and the scientific aspect of nature. Notice how technology was used to develop your community. That’s all STEM-related in some way or another. Cook at home. Explain why there is a scientific purpose and process behind recipes and measurements

and how that affects each meal you cook. Discover different cultures through food and its global impact in the culinary world. Observe your child’s interests. Tap into what your child is interested in. Take every opportunity to explain the science and technology behind their hobbies and pursuits. If they are interested in art, educate them on different types of art. Get them excited about enhancing those basic skills and relating them to STEM topics.

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R. A 10172 Form No 10.1 (LCRO)

R.A.9048 Form No (LCRO) R.A.10172 Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province; Lanao Del Norte City /Municipality: MATUNGAO

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province; Lanao Del Norte Municipality of Iligan city NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that MARLY P. DAGSANGAN has filed with this Office a petition for Correction of Clerical Error particularly SEX from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate live of birth MARLY PANDANA DAGSANGAN who was born on 22, NOVEMBER 1994, Iligan city Lanao del Norte and whose parents are MaNISAN t. Pandana and Elson A.Dagsangan Any person adversely affected by the said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than January 2020.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In Compliance with Rule 7 of R.A Act No. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the Public that SA-AMINA SALIMBAGO MABANDUS has filed with this Office a petition for (Complete name of petitioner) Correction Of Clerical Error particularly his / her DATE OF BIRTH (Clerical Error to be corrected) From “6 AUG. 1995” to “07 SEPTEMBER 1995”

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(Sgd) MARIA PURA C. MASCARIÑAS Municipal Civil Registrar

(BIRTH DATE TO BE ADOPTED)

(Complete name of Documents owner)

born on 07 September 1995 @ Matungao,lanao de Norte, whose parents are

(Complete date of Birth)

(Place of birth)

LAUT DIMARO MABANDUS and CALINA MACAUMBOS SALIMBAGO

(DATE OF BIRTH TO BE CHANGE)

and the ____________________ from ___________ to __________ IN THE (CLERICAL ERROR TO BE CORRECTED) ( Gender to be Change ) ( New Gender to be adopted) CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH SA-AMINA SALIMBAGO MABANDUS who was

(Name of Father)

(Name of Mother)

Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not Later than JANUARY, 2020 MDN: Jan 14 &21, 2020

(Sgd) ALICE F.PAASA-SASAM Municipal Civil Registrar


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ever is being demanded. Perfect the skills of multitasking and prioritizing the needs of others. And manage your own stress by setting boundaries to avoid letting your work life encroach on your personal life. Tip #11: Be prepared for emergencies. In the event of an emergency, you are the unequivocal leader. Make detailed evacuation and communications plans, and train the staff in how to respond to every conceivable emergency. Hold regular drills, maintain working equipment such as battery-operated radios, and continually update your emergency preparedness plan. Tip #12: Know the competition. Keep your establishment on the cutting edge by visiting restaurants, hotels, and other businesses that appeal to your same client base. Network with managers and professionals in complementary industries, such as catering and event planning. Develop these relationships and look for opportunities to make mutually beneficial business deals. For example, a hotel might offer a 10% discount to a local pizzeria, which will reciprocate by posting free advertisements for the hotel. Tip #13: Work to improve the business. Your job is not simply to manage the day-to-day operations; it is also to help realize company growth, whether that means expansion of services or greater efficiency. Regularly examine procedures and systems. Get input from employees. Aim to get things right the first time and perpetuate good practices. Be proactive in reputation management, offering incentives to customers who write reviews for websites like Yelp. Tip #14: Be present for your guests. Take joy in spending time with your customers. If you’re not running around fixing 50 problems at once, take time to greet them upon their arrival, check in during their experience, and wish them well upon their departure. Tip #15: The customer is always right. The cliché applies to every aspect of hospitality management because this is a profession built on customer service. Turn complaints into an opportunity to grow, learn, and change. A suggestion box is always a good idea, for both customers and employees.

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Rep Rodriguez authored the bill which seeks for the renewal of the TV network franchise, along with nine other bills with the same content. “Congress should always uphold the Constitutional mandate under [Section] 4,

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improve the mass public transport and to address the worsening traffic congestion in the city. Following the National Economic Development Authority-Board approval of the project last November 25, the mayor said she expects an expeditious development for this proposed project at the national level. In a press release last December 5, the Department of Transportation announced that the bus system is scheduled for implementation from 2020 to 2023, which aims to “provide an efficient and affordable mode of transport for Davaoeños through the delivery” of a modern HPBS. It added that the interconnected bus services would be prioritized along the 137-kilometer core network, and 489 km of feeder routes. The proposed project would be funded through an official development assistance, covering three components: Public Transport System Improvement, Inst itut iona l C ap acity Strengthening, and Social Development Program. The press release stated that the HPBS or the project’s public transport system improvement component will involve the provision of hierarchical, interconnected bus services along major arterial roads, as well as an extensive network of feeder services covering the entire urban area. Once operational, the HPBS will have 29 bus routes divided into the following four tiers: MetroDavao (will form the core services that connect all major commercial centers along the five routes), DavaoInter (will run along with eight routes connecting the inner urban areas directly to the Davao Central Business District), DavaoFeeder (will run along nine routes linking smaller centers and areas of more dispersed populations to the MetroDavao services), and DavaoLocal (will provide a link between the outer rural areas of the City and main transport system or from page 1 the integrated terminals). and then bayran ang tuitions [Antonio L. Colina IV/ ilang anak until mahuman MindaNews] ang bata sa 4 years (They should listen to the lecture on how to access portions of from page 1 their social package, which ceived the Solar-Powered is enroll their children in Irrigation System (SPIS) college and then pay the worth P5.8 million while tuitions of their children Barangay Pandanan got the until they finish the four P34 million Small Water Imyears),” she said. NOTICE She said the local government targets to have all the NOTICE is hereby given that children enlisted by March the intestate estate of the late and get everything ready SPS. BRIGILDO & MAXIMA before the start of the next OCERO consisting of a parcel school year. of land situated at Sta. Ana, The local government Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental, conwill shell out P250 million taining an area of 15,500 sq. m., from its local funds for the more or less, covered by Tax Declaration of Real Property No. initial phase of the project, 08-14-000807331, is the subject of Duterte announced earlier. EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT The interim bus system OF ESTATE WITH SPECIAL would be implemented by POWER OF ATTORNEY, under the national government, the Notarial Registry of ATTY. pending the approval of the AL PONCIANO R. DATU, as per No. 08; Page No. 02; Book DPTMP, at a cost of P18.6 Doc. No. 08; Series of 2019. billion. The DPTMP seeks to MDN: January 14, 21 & 28, 2020 [Article] 3 to ensure freedom of the press. I request the hearings to be conducted upon the resumption of session on Jan. 20,” Rodriguez told reporters. Rodriguez explained that he would want to start tackling the renewal of ABS CBN franchise since Congress is also set to adjourn in March. If hearings are not started yet, the giant TV networks application for renewal of franchise is loomed. Congress has only 24 sessions left from January to March 11, it was learned. Rodriguez added: “All authors and stakeholders, especially ABS-CBN, must be heard. Then the committee will have to decide to renew or not to renew.” “But it is not proper not to act on my bill and the other bills. ABS-CBN is the Philippines’ largest media conglomerate in terms of revenue, operating income, net income, assets, equity, market capitalization and number of employees,” he pointed out. The Cagayan de Oro solon said in his HB 5705 explanatory note that the said TV network has a big and amazing corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, most especially in helping Filipinos under threat of lives and properties because of typhoon and other calamities like earthquakes. The TV network has been in the forefront in conducting relief operations, construction of many schools all over the country, among other activities. “The late Gina Lopez initiated the Bantay Bata 163, the Bantay Kalikasan and the Kapit Bisig para sa Ilog Pasig Project,” Rodriguez added. President Duterte has repeatedly threatened to deny the renewal of franchise of Abs Cbn as he got mad on the TV network, to whom he accused of failing to air his ad campaign during the last presidential elections which he won a wide margin against rival politicians.

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pounding Project (SWIP). Barangay Ilian received the Small Diversion Dam worth P5.8 Million, funded under the 2017 Budget of Rice Program. DA Regional Director Carlene C. Collado said the projects will help rice farmers increase cropping intensity per year, as well as increase the farm productivity income of the province. (PIO LDN/PIA10)

Taal... from page 1

Volcanology and Seismolohy (Phivolcs) reported. Since January 13, around 3:20 a.m., the ashfall has already reached Dasmariñas, Bacon and Silang in Cavite; San Jose del Monte, Malolos Bulacan; Escala, Tagaytay; Sta Rosa Laguna; Tanauan in Batangas, Antipolo, Rizal, Quezon City; and the cities of Metro Manila, Makati, Taguig, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Parañaque, Marikina, Muntinlupa and Las Piñas. Phivolcs advised residents to stay on their homes and avoid the ashfall as this fine ashfall can cause irritation as well as problem in breathing especially to people with ashtma problems. Phivolcs told the media “Fine ashfall can cause irritation and breathing problems especially among the elderly and children and it is particularly dangerous to our health.” The Taal Volcano is now under Alert Level 4 early Monday morning, January 13. It is reported to have spewed lava fountains around 3 a.m on Monday. The spewing of lava, Phivolcs said, is called magmatic eruption. Phivolcs told reporters “this magmatic eruption is characterized by weak lava fountaining accompanied by thunder and flashes of lightning.” Meanwhile, a number of earthquakes was also recorded several hours after Taal Volcano erupted Sunday. According to Phivolcs, there were a total of 52 volcanic earthquakes especially in the Taal Region. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late BELLA JANETTE S. TABURA, who died on April 29. 2015, at Balangay 1A, Poblacion, Quezon, Bukidnon, who died without any will; That the said deceased at the time of her death left a parcel of Agricultural land and more particularly described to wit; A parcel of Agricultural land, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-34607, known as Lot No. 760, Pls-1005, situated at Mirangiran, Quezon, Bukidnon. Containing an area of Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred (17,600) square meters, more or less. That at the time of her death, the deceased left no last will and testament and had no debts left unpaid That no personal properties are involved in this extrajudicial settlement. Is subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF INTESTATE ESTATE AMONG HEIRS OF DECEASED, BELLA JANETTE S. TABURA AND SALE OF A PARCEL OF AGRICULTURAL LAND, under the Notarial Registry of Atty. Abundio UR. Gaitera, Notary Public. Per Doc. No, 3088; Page No, 617; Book No. VI; Series of 2019. MDN: Jan 7, 14 & 21, 2020

Taal Volcano is one of the 24 active valcanoes in the Philippines based on the list provided by Phivolcs. Taal Volcano is also considered among the world’s lowest and deadliest volcanoes. The local government has already ordered residents in the danger zones to evacuate as the volcano may have more eruptions that will endager their lives. SIGNS OF ERUPTIONS Foreign vlogger Flying Kell and his companion Amy visited the Taal crater a week before it erupted Sunday. Through an expert guide, they were brought to the secret trail of the Taal Volcano, leading to the boiling hot green crater lake. Flying Kell and Amy saw several spots in the area with boiling water and areas that were steaming hot, an indication that the degree of hotness is increasing. “Taal Volcano erupted 1 week after swimming there. I feel like an angel has watched over us! Our thoughts are with the people of Taal! Please notify me if there are any disaster relief efforts going on!” Kell said in his Youtube Channel.

nana Cardava Trading and is set for implementation this year. PRDP projects are jointly funded by the World Bank, the national government, and the participating LGUs. (PNA)

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back up the charges against the suspects. Jeanelyn, according to her family, was brought to a hospital dead last Dec. 28. They were officially informed by the Department of Foreign Affairs about her death on Dec. 30. The Kuwaiti couple that employed Jeanelyn have been detained in connection with her death. (MindaNews)

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Two other PRDP projects were turned over to the local government unit in November last year. For deep-well water system projects, four are set to be implemented for this year with a total cost of PHP19.6 million. The projects will be located in Dawan, Mamali, Bangunay, and Lawigan, CIO said. CIO said the biggest chunk of the PRDP budget is allocated to the rehabilitation of the NHJ-Bantal farm-to-market road (FMR) with PHP60.1 million estimated cost. The FMR project is still on its initial phase and not yet expected to be completed this year. For the PRDP Enterprise Development Component (I-REAP), a PHP3-million project is allocated for the Fresh Ba-

Petition for Extension of Validity of a Certificate of Public Convenience to operate a PUJ DUAL Ordinary Regular Service.

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NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late MICHAEL BABELA,SR. who died on March 2,2001 at Valencia City, Bukidnon, and ANTONINA BINALHAY BABELA,who died on October 28,1999 at Valencia City, Bukidnon . Whereas, Michael Babela , Sr., and Antonina Binalhay, died intestate, without Will or Testament, and without any outstanding debts in favor of any person entity; Whereas, Michael Babela Sr, and Antonina Binalhay are the absolute and registered owner of parcel of land located at Lumbo, Valencia City, Bukidnon, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No, TCT No. 133T-24691, of the Register of Deeds of Bukidnon, and more particularly described as follows; A parcel of Land, known as Lot No. A-2, PSD-10-009842 being a portion of Lot A, (LRC) PSD-106120 situated in the Barrio of Lumbo, Municipality of Valencia Province of Bukidnon, Island of Mindanao. Containing an area of FIFTY EIGHT THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED FORTY NINE (58,749) square meters more or less. Is subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE, under the Notarial Registry of Atty. Paul Vincent G. Villegas, Notary Public. Per Doc. No. 54; Page 11; Book No. 60; Series of 2019. MDN: Jan 7, 14 & 21, 2020

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Regional Franchising and Regulatory Office No. 11 Balusong Ave., McArthur Highway, Matina, Davao City

EMERALD EILEEN O. LOVITOS, Case No. R11-EV-PJ-2020-1-157 Petitioner. (2014-XI-00157)

NOTICE OF HEARING Petitioner is a grantee of a Certificate of Public Convenience issued in this case authorizing the operation of a PUJ Dual Ordinary Regular service on the route: BANGKAL and for cargoes as dual service from said route to any point in Region XI with the use of ONE (1) unit, which Certificate will expire on January 7, 2020. In the petition filed on January 7, 2020, petitioner requests authority to extend the validity of said Certificate to operate along the same route with the use of the same unit previously authorized. NOTICE is hereby given that this petition will be heard by this Board on JANUARY 28, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. at this office at the above address. At least TEN (10) days prior to the above date petitioner shall publish this Notice once in a newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao. Parties opposed to the granting of the petition must file their written opposition supported by documentary evidence on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the petitioner, and may if they so, desire appear on said date and time. This petition will be acted upon by this Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidence submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and / or oral evidence. WITNESS Atty. ARMAND B. DIOSO, Regional Director, this 8th day of January 2020 in Davao City, Philippines. (Sgd.) Atty. CATTLEYA B. ACAYLAR Attorney IV Acting Chief Transportation Development Officer MDN: January 14, 2020

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Regional Franchising and Regulatory Office No. 11 Balusong Ave., McArthur Highway, Matina, Davao City

Petition for Extension of Validity of a Certificate of Public Convenience to operate a AIRCONDITIONED UV EXPRESS Service. ALEX M. PAÑA, Case No. R11-EV-UV-2020-1-912 Petitioner. (2015-XI-00912)

NOTICE OF HEARING Petitioner is a grantee of a Certificate of Public Convenience issued in this case authorizing the operation of a AIRCONDITIONED UV EXPRESS service on the route: DAVAO CITY – BANSALAN (DAVAO DEL SUR) AND VICE VERSA with the use of ONE (1) unit, which Certificate will expire on January 7, 2020. In the petition filed on January 7, 2020, petitioner requests authority to extend the validity of said Certificate to operate along the same route with the use of the same unit previously authorized. NOTICE is hereby given that this petition will be heard by this Board on JANUARY 28, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. at this office at the above address. At least TEN (10) days prior to the above date petitioner shall publish this Notice once in a newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao. Parties opposed to the granting of the petition must file their written opposition supported by documentary evidence on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the petitioner, and may if they so, desire appear on said date and time. This petition will be acted upon by this Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidence submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and / or oral evidence. WITNESS Atty. ARMAND B. DIOSO, Regional Director, this 7th day of January 2020 in Davao City, Philippines. (Sgd.) Atty. CATTLEYA B. ACAYLAR Attorney IV Acting Chief Transportation Development Officer MDN: January 14, 2020


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