HospitalPatients and equipment being brought out of the Southern Negros Doctors Hospital that was shut down yesterday.*

City gov't employees
slam delayed salaries

Regular employees of the Bacolod City government yesterday aired complaints over the delay in the release of their salaries because of the repeated failure of the Bacolod Sangguniang Panlungsod to act on the request of acting Mayor Greg Gasataya to grant acting City Administrator Goldwyn Nifras authority to co-sign checks issued by the city.

During the regular session Wednesday, acting City Treasurer Giovanni Balilhe, said the salaries and wages of 1,575 regular employees are being drawn from the Land Bank of the Philippines, which requires a resolution from the SP authorizing Nifras to co-sign checks.

Their current funds with the Philippine National Bank is just enough for the salaries and wages of job order casuals for November and is not sufficient to pay for the salaries and wages of regular employees, as suggested by some councilors, he said.moremoremore

Hospital closed down

A private hospital in Kabankalan City was shut down yesterday prompting the transfer of its patients to nearby hospitals.

Shut down by virtue of a court issued writ of possession was the Southern Negros Doctor's Hospital, that was padlocked by a sheriff.

A notice to the public posted outside the hospital said by virtue of the writ of possession issued Oct. 20,2 015, and a resolution dated Dec.1, 2015 in CAD case No.1070 the hospital property had been covered by a transfer certificate title in the name of the Philippine Investment One. .moremoremore


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11 centenarians honored

Eleven Negros Oriental centenarians each received P90,999 in a ceremony yesterday, attended by Department of Social Welfare and Development Region 18 director Shailyn Sun Lucero and provincial government officials, headed by Gov. Roel Degamo.

The awardees were Constancia Agbon, 101 years old, from Poblacion in Guihulngan City; Demetria Aldecoa, 106, Dumaguete City; Dionesia Comcom, 114, Bonawon, Siaton; Virginia Escares, 102, Mabigo, Canlaon City; Milagros Fortuito, 101, Sibulan; Margarito Init, 105, of Jawa in Valencia town;

Dalmacia Jamin, 107, Mabuhay, Sta. Catalina; Restituta Remollo, 101, Sto. Niño, San Jose; Fuastino Ricaborda, 101, Alangilan in Sta Catalina; Basilia Torres, 101, San. Cruz Viejo in Tanjay City, and Socorro Valencia, 106, of Guihulngan City. .moremoremore