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Bacolod City, Philippines Thursday, September 8, 2016
Gaisano airs complaint
vs. fish vendors' stalls

The management of Gaisano Bacolod is complaining about the presence of fish vendors beside its establishment in Ballesteros Street, Bacolod City.

City Legal Officer Joselito Bayatan yesterday said Maria Chone Tan, area operations manager-Negros, of the Gaisano Grand Group of Companies wrote the city questioning the temporary transfer of the fish vendors to Ballesteros Street since they are planning to establish their exit door along the area.

The fish vendors, who were transferred temporarily to Ballesteros Street, start selling at about 4 p.m. until evening. The next morning they will have to sell at the meat shop in Central Market, he said.

DAR issues guidelines
on distribution of estates

The Department of Agrarian Reform recently issued guidelines governing the completion of distribution and titling of landed estates under Republic Act No. 3844, as amended, and turned over by the Landbank of the Philippines through Administrative Order No.08, Series of 2016, a press release from DAR said.

 Secretary Rafael Mariano said the  DAR is mandated under  RA No. 9700 to complete   the distribution of   all remaining   undistributed lands   covered   under the agrarian reform program, which  include landed estates acquired by the government and financed by the   Land Bank of the Philippines.

 Mariano said the transfer of title of the landed estates acquired and financed by LBP that were turnedover to DAR shall not be imposed or charged tax of any kind.

Subdivision to
produce its electricity

The first subdivision that produces its own electricity in Bacolod City was recently launched through groundbreaking rites in Barangay Estefania.

The Golden Palm Subdivision that was urbanized by JECO Development Corporation, is a 12-hectare project that incorporates photovoltaic panels in the development to harvest solar energy that is priced from P525,000 to P1.5 million.

Michael Ranier Tan, Golden Palm general manager, said at the recent groundbreaking and grand open house that the subdivision is not just a development, but an option for average earners to live in affordable homes that are environmentally-friendly.


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