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Bacolod City, Philippines Thursday, September 10, 2020
Baciwa disconnection
suspended until Oct. 31

The Bacolod City Water District has again suspended disconnection activities and imposition of penalty charges until October 31 as movement is limited with the city under modified enhanced community quarantine until end of this month.

Juliana Carbon, Baciwa general manager, in an advisory yesterday, said their office will be closed to the public effective today, and will reopen and start accepting bill payments on October 5.

The reading of water meters and delivery of bills for September are also suspended, she said, adding that billing for the current month will be based on the billing consumption in August.

SEC Bacolod adopts new
work hours under MECQ

The Securities and Exchange Commission-Bacolod Extension Office will have new working hours starting today following the modified enhanced community quarantine status implemented in the city, its information officer, Clyde Padilla, said yesterday.

She said their new work hours will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday to Thursday. She added that every Friday, the office is being disinfected and drop boxes are provided outside for reports and documents that will be submitted.

She said they will adopt the new schedule until the MECQ status is lifted.


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