The enforcement team of the City Legal office resumed yesterday the demolition of squatters from Lacson Street to Ochoa Street in Brgy. 7.
Before effecting the demolition, the CLO notified the concerned informal settlers in the area about said demolition, it was pointed out.
More than one hundred fifty senior citizens with low vision or poor eyesight availed of free eyeglasses and cataract screening during an eye camp sponsored by Bacolod City Councilor Em Ang and the Bacolod City Host Lions Club in Barangay Granada last Thursday, August 16, 2011. Punong Barangay Alfredo Talimodao, Jr., kagawad Armando Vito, barangay health workers and barangay nutrition scholars assisted during the eyecamp.
A rape suspect was arrested yesterday in a joint police operation led by elements of Police Station 5 (PS5) with Task Force Manhunt Charlie and Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPA-ABB) in Brgy. Alangilan, Bacolod City.
Reports said, Rudy Cabigo, 43, of Purok 6, Brgy. Alangilan was apprehended through a warrant issued by Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 41 Judge Ray Alan T. Drilon for the crime of rape in criminal case number 11-34712.
Is there quarrying being done at the end of the Circumferential Road in the northern portion of the highway in the guise of it being cleared for a memorial park project?
A concerned citizen who requested anonymity, said a construction company owned by one Charles Dumancas, has been digging soil presumably clearing the area for the construction of a memorial park.
But the soil is allegedly being brought to the nearby spaces behind the giant Robinsons mall to be used as filing materials for large spaces within the nearby grounds belonging to it, the concerned citizen said.
Bacolod Councilor Sonia Verdeflor’s proposed ordinance creating and institutionalizing the Bacolod Trade and Cultural Center was approved during the SP Regular Session, May 30, 2012.
Said ordinance aims to showcase Bacolod products, arts, crafts and promote Filipino-Muslim decorative and industrial arts and culture and appropriate funds therefor.
The Bacolod City Trade and Cultural Center aims to promote and showcase various products and services, arts and crafts manufactured and produced by component barangays of the city. It also aims to endorse the rich culture and arts of Filipino-Muslim brothers as it opens various opportunities to sustain and economically propel them in their quest to propagate traditional artistic craft and industry. The ordinance also aims to make the Center one of the landmarks or tourism destination in Bacolod.
The Bacolod City Gender And Development (GAD) Council conducted a “Potting
Session” at the Bacolod City Eco-Park in Barangay Alangilan, in connection with
its Women’s Month program. GAD council officers led by chairman Councilor Em Ang
prepared Mahogany, Mabolo, Bacan and Palosanto seedlings, transferring them to
individual plastic bags as part of the National Greening Program. These
seedlings will be planted in various public school campuses and open spaces. GAD
Council chairman Councilor Em Ang said that the activity is part of the
council’s initiative to help the environment and in line with this year’s
Women’s Month celebration theme: “Women Weathering Climate Change: Governance
and Accountability, Everyone’s Responsibility”. Ang added that this year’s theme
highlights that disaster risk reduction is everyone’s responsibility and
underscores the role of women in realtion to disaster risk reduction. “Women’s
indigenous knowledge on climate change and disaster, because of their
responsibilities and experience, should be utilized in DRR strategies,” Ang
February 28, 2012
The Bacolod City Water District will conduct service improvement activities which will cause temporary water supply interruption and turbid water in some portions of the service area.
SCHEDULE: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., March 1, 2012
ACTIVITY: Installation of 8" Electro-Magnetic Flowmeter at Boro-Boro pipelines
AFFECTED AREAS: Barangay Alangilan, Charito Heights, Capitol Subdivision, Villa Soledad, Patricia Homes, Jesusa Heights, Villa Villeta, Cityville, Fortune Towne, Camingawan, Captiol Hills, Buena Park, Villa San Agustin, Villa Angela, Lilgonville, Patria Village, Royal Meadows, Helvetia Heights, Greensville 1, 2, 3, Homesite and areas along Burgos Street.
The cancellation of the permit by the city government was requested by the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform-Extension Program (CARPER) beneficiaries through their legal counsel, the Ortiz, Sedonio and Abaygar Law Office after the motion for reconsideration (MR) of the Arceo family, the third one was denied by Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa. Previously, the MR was denied by former Secretary of the DAR, Nasser Pangandaman and twice more by Malacañang, information sourced by NNF indicated.
Workers in the 86-hectare hacienda of the Arceo family in Barangay Alangilan, this city, have asked the local Municipal Agrarian Reform Officer (MARO) and the Provincial Agrarian Reform Officer (PARO) in the province to now place the property under the coverage of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP), as it is now long overdue for implementation since a motion for reconsideration filed by the family had been rejected thrice already.
The Sangguniang Panlungsod has approved the resolution of Councilor Caesar Distrito to endorse to Vice President Jejomar Binay, the request of Barangay Alangilan National High School for a school bus for the use of its students.