stars Police Station 3 personnel and augmentation forces painting the walls at Lacson Street near the flyover in Bacolod City, Saturday*


Troops sent to Sipalay
to ease mines tension
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

Troopers of the Regional Public Safety Battalion 6 have been deployed at the Maricalum Mining Co. mine site in Brgy. San Jose, Sipalay City,after the entry in the area Saturday of about 50 unarmed security guards in civilian attire, Chief Inspector Romeo Vargas, city police chief, said yesterday.

Vargas said about 50 members of the Radiant Security Agency joined members of the National Mines and Allied Workers Union also stationed at Post Number 2 of the mining site.

The security guards of Radiant initially proceeded to the mill plant and warehouse. But they were prevented by security guards of Ultra Fine Security Agency hired by the G Holdings Inc. from do so, he added. moremoremore

16 high-powered
guns surrendered
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

The Oplan Katok campaign of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office has already yielded 16 high-powered firearms in Sagay City alone, including the three M-16 assault rifles surrendered to them, Friday.

Chief Inspector Robert Mansueto, Sagay City police chief, yesterday said the three M-16 rifles were surrendered by a private security agency, for safekeeping.

Other high-powered firearms surrendered consisted of M-14 and carbine rifles, as well as automatic pistols. moremoremore

 

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Celebrating the month
for wildlife
Loving the world sans worldliness
Like a phoenix-5

 

 

Bacolod taxpayers can
start processing permits next month

Taxpayers in Bacolod City can start processing their business permits as early as the first week of December, Business Permits and Licensing Division head Stela Rose Rayos said.

However, Rayos said the processing of barangay clearanceswill start on January 2, although they can start processing other clearances.

They are releasing application forms early so taxpayers can also process them early and do not have to queue, she said. ..