house The house of Ronnie Palisoc Dayan's family in Brgy. 1-B, Manapla, Negros Occidental, that is now being rented by a teacher.* ( Gilbert Bayoran photo )



DAR eyes win-win solution;
Install us now, farmers say
BY CARLA GOMEZ

Regional Director Stephen Leonidas of the Department of Agrarian Reform yesterday said he is exploring a win-win solution for the Negros Occidental provincial government and the farmers demanding to be immediately installed on its property in barangays Sta. Rosa and Canlandog, Murcia.

The land acquisition process under the agrarian reform program could take more than nine months and could be further delayed by legal moves by the provincial government, so he is working on a proposal to allow the farmers to till a small section of the property in the meantime as a source of livelihood, Leonidas said.

He said he will present the proposal agreed on by Gov. Alfredo Marañnon Jr. to the farmers but it depends on whether they will accept it. moremoremore

‘No multi-million house built for
family of de Lima's driver'
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

MANAPLA, Negros Occidental – The family of Ronnie Palisoc Dayan, a driver of Senator Leila de Lima being alleged by Sandra Cam, president of the Whistleblowers Association of the Philippines, to have  a multi-million house in this town, turned out to be living in poverty.

  Contrary to claims that Dayan built a multi-million house for his wife, Norly Magallanes and four children in Manapla town, they were living in a squatter area of Brgy. 1-B, Manapla, according to their relatives.

  But the Dayan family had relocated to Manila in 2014, the second cousin of Norly, who requested not to be identified for security reasons, said yesterday. moremoremore

 

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of 2 Capitol dep't heads
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE

The Department of Interior and Local Government provincial office has enforced the decision of the Ombudsman against two Capitol employees, after the 60-day temporary restraining order issued in their favor, expired last week.

DILG provincial director Dennis Quiñones posted a copy of the dismissal order issued by the Ombudsman, dated Jan. 24, 2016, against Provincial Treasurer Danilo Mendez and Provincial Accountant Teodorico Reyes, at the premises of the Provincial Accounting Office upon receipt of a memorandum from Negros Island Region DILG regional director Margie Biligan on Tuesday.

Mendez said they haven't received the official copy of the supposed dismissal order and he will continue to perform his duties and functions as provincial treasurer ..