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Bacolod City

City to Inspect Internet Cafés

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In response to the resolution No. 08-14-754 series of 2014 and Resolution No. 08-14-755 series of 2014, the Business and Permit Licensing Division will conduct an inspection of all Internet Cafes in the city.

The office will work together with the City Mayor’s Office and the City Legal Office to inspect Internet cafes for minors playing online games and other related activities during class hours.

Maria Ann D. Biasca, Officer in Charge of the Business and Permits Licensing Division said that her office is currently conducting inspection all over the city.

City Engineer Details P9.1-M Infra Project

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The Bacolod City Engineer’s Office (CEO) has submitted a report on the completed and ongoing infrastructure projects worth P9, 160,000.00.

City Engineer Belly Aguillon stated that several developments in the city have already been finished, while others are soon to be completed. Among the first to be accomplished is the street lighting of Barangay 14 worth P25,000.00 while the maintenance of the rest of the city’s lampposts worth P2 million is 90% done.

After Electric Coops’ Protests vs. Bloated Billing for September ‘PEMC, WESM Cuts P2 - P4/kWh Rate Hike’

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The Philippine Electricity Market Corporation (PEMC) that operates and governs the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) adjusted yesterday the Visayas electric cooperatives’ September bills after the latter’s lodging of protest moves against "the unexplained and abrupt increase by as much as P4 per kilowatt-hour."


SM CITY BACOLOD’S new North Wing will be inaugurated and blessed tomorrow Oct. 16 at 9 a.m., with a mass to start the ceremonies at the new Atrium at 8 a.m.*

 

Atty. Dan Pondevilla, general manager of Manapla-based Northern Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NONECO, formerly VRESCO) told Negros Daily Bulletin (NDB) last night that his office received a revised and adjusted PEMC-WESM September billing that reduced by 50 the sudden increase in the September bill.

Pondevilla said the rate increase prior to yesterday’s 50 percent adjustment could have resulted to a billing for each NONECO consumer of about P13.90 per kWh from just about P10/kWh.

"I am checking with other electric cooperatives in the Visayas if their September bills were also adjusted and reduced. Even with the 50 percent reduction, still the rates are too high and we, with other power coops will review this new adjustment," he told NDB.

Bacolod in Worldwide Exposure Through APEC, Says MBCCI

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"This is a confirmation that we are ready, that Bacolod is open for business and we will have worldwide exposure where they will see what we can offer," Carbon said.

The APEC National Organizing Committee through Director General Marciano Paynor, Jr., sent a letter dated September 30, 2014 to Bacolod Mayor Monico Puentevella to confirm that the city was chosen as one of the venue for the conventions.

City Dad Urges Residents, Establishments to Follow CO 596 this MassKara

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Bacolod City Councilor Claudio Jesus "Kalaw" Puentevella’s resolution that urges all residential and commercial establishments in the city, particularly along Lacson Street to observe City Ordinance No. 596 was approved by the Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) last October 8, 2014.

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