MERGE MASS OATH-TAKING. Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs Francis Tolentino (center) with BACIWA Board chairman Lorendo Dilag, Councilors Bartolome Orola and Renecito Novero, Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran, Mayor Evelio Leonardia, Rep. Greg Gasataya, Councilors Em Ang and Ana Marie Palermo, DILG-Bacolod director Ma. Joy Maredith Madayag and Israel Salanga (l-r) at the mass oath-taking of newly elected barangay captains and kagawads of the 61 barangays of Bacolod at SMX Convention Center Bacolod Saturday* (Andy Alvarez photo)


Keep Bacolod booming
Cooperation needed,
Duterte adviser urges brgy officials

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO

Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs Francis Tolentino urged the elected barangay officials of the 61 barangays of Bacolod City, who took their oath of office before him, at the SMX Convention Center Saturday, to take advantage of the opportunity that the city is booming.

The national and local governments have many plans for the city so he is asking the barangay officials for their cooperation, he said.

Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia said the growth of Bacolod is inevitable. The growth of Bacolod is very vibrant. moremoremore


‘Chart disaster mgmt plan’
BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO

Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs Francis Tolentino urged the elected barangay officials of the 61 barangays of Bacolod City to chart a barangay integrated disaster management plan.

He encouraged who ever will be elected Liga ng mga Barangay president, to sit down with the 61 members of the Liga to chart the BIDMP, which is very important, he said, during the oath–taking of the 61 barangay officials Saturday at SMX Convention Center.

“If some barangays will say that they have very little fund, there is nothing in the Local Government Code that will prevent you from pooling together all your resources to make a viable BIDMP,” Tolentino said. moremoremore

 

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Pests damage 81 hectares
of rice areas in Cadiz: OPA
BY MARK L. GARCIA

The Office of the Provincial Agriculturist reported Saturday that about 81 hectares of rice areas in Cadiz City were damaged due to pest and disease infestation, estimated at P2.35 million, last month.

Based on OPA’s records, 81.25 hectares of rice areas in three barangays of Cadiz City were affected by damages brought by rat, tungro, bacterial lead blight, and stemborer from May 1-31.

These barangays are Burgos, C. Villacin, and Mabini, affecting 75 farmers and rice crops at their reproductive stage worth about P2,352,960.