MERGE The EY Security Agency guards at the south terminal in Bacolod City yesterday* (Yasmin Pascual Dormido photo)


CLO: Demolitions set
in more Bacolod brgys
BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO

The Bacolod City Legal Office will conduct clearing operations in three more barangays in Bacolod City which are being subject to further validation, City Legal Officer Joselito Bayatan said yesterday.

Bayatan said they are conducting clearing operations of illegal structures along danger zones and those that are considered public nuisance.

He said the demolition being conducted in Barangays 10 and 12 may take five days to finish, since they need to seek the assistance of the Department of Public Works and Highways in removing the illegal structures made of concrete materials. moremoremore


OVY stops takeover
of bus terminals
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

The matriarch of the Yanson family prevented the takeover yesterday morning of two Vallacar Transit Inc. terminals in Bacolod City by security guardssent by the group led by her son RoyYanson.

Olivia V. Yanson stopped the EY Security Agency guards from entering the premises of the north terminal in Barangay Bata and south terminal at Lopez Jaena Street prompting them to eventually leave.

About 25 security guards were reportedly sent to each of the terminals. moremoremore

 

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IN NEG. OCC.
Mentoring seen to boost MSMEs
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

The business mentoring program of the Department of Trade and Industry and Go Negosyo is expected to boost the micro, small and medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs) in Negros Occidental.

During the “Mentor Me On Wheels” program at Robinsons Place in Bacolod City yesterday, mentors and government officials stressed that mentoring is very effective in learning the ropes of a business.

The nine business owners from Bacolod City, who served as mentors, have specific expertise and focused their sessions on the concerns of the participants, such as marketing.