La Carlota City
The operation of piggery in Sitio Paet, Barangay Batuan, La Carlota City is apparently Illegal and is without business / Mayor’s permit," Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer said in her letter dated March 11, 2014 to Mr. Henry Perez.
Perez was directed to comply with the recommendation of the City Health Office (CHO) within 15 days from receipt of the notice, otherwise his business will be closed down.
This is in connection with the letter-complaint filed by Mr. Juancho Aguirre against the operations of the piggery at Sitio Paet, Barangay Batuan, La Carlota City.
La Carlota City Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer was the Solemnizing Officer during the recent Mass Wedding 2014 Ceremony of 50 couples from the different barangays of the city.
The ceremony, which was held at the City Gymnasium was witnessed by their respective parents, relatives and friends yesterday.
Fifty newly-wed couples of La Carlota City with Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer, Regional Director-6 Engr. Norman R. Julag-ay, Jovy Jomento - City Civil Registrar Officer, SPMs Annabel Bermudo, Manuel Badillo, Ildefonso Rallo - District 4 and Thomas Gay, of the Provincial Statistics Office and Julia Uy - City Social Welfare Services Officer.* (Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)
The Mayor congratulated the newly-wed couples, distributed tokens as wedding gifts and awarded prizes to the Best in Marriage Costume, consolation prizes and winner of the washing machine donated by Vice-Mayor Luis Jacky Jalandoni III and donors.
Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer and Regional Director 6 Engr. Norman R. Julag-ay of the Philippine Statistics Authority award the winning couple at the mass wedding ceremony at La Carlota City Gym-nasium yesterday.* (Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)
DILG Secretary Mar Roxas conferred the first awardee of the Seal of Good Local Governance in 2014 to the City Government of La Carlota. The city is headed by Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer and Vice-Mayor Luis Jacky Jalandoni III.
In his message sent to Mayor Ferrer, Secretary Roxas said, "Kami po sa DILG ay nagagalak na makatulong at maging kabalikat ninyo sa pag-unlad ng inyong localidad. Patuloy nating tahakin ang Daang Matuwid tungo sa sa tapat na paglilingkod upang higit nating mapabuti at mapabilis ang pag-unlad ng bayan. Maraming salamat at muli maligayang pagbati sa inyong lahat."
DILG Seal of Good Local Governance Awardee. Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer of La Carlota City being interviewed by Larry Concepcion, anchorman/reporter of DYAF Radio Veritas Global Bacolod.* (Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)
By Gil Camporazo
La Carlota Schools Division recently conducted its 2014 Math Challenge among the pupils of 12 qualified schools from grades 1 to 6 after an elimination round conducted earlier. La Carlota South Elem. School 1 had the most winning contestants in 6 grades as champions and south 2 came next with only 2 grades named champion.
2014 METROBANK MTAP—Math Challenge champion goes to Grade VI- Champion Mia Rose Vergara (right) and Ritzi Neul Nabor (left). Mr. Marben Kudemus (not in picture) is their coach. (l-r) SDS Portia M. Mallorca of La Carlota City; Mr. Jessie Tiu, Metrobank Manager; Dr. Ditas Orezar, School Principal of La Carlota South Elem. School 1; and Dr. Ruth Convite, Education Program Supervisor in Math, Division of La Carlota City.*(Gil Camporazo photo)
The Metrobank Foundation, Inc. is annually holding this MTAP Math Challenge (MMC) to every pupils and students in the Department of Education here in the PH. This is to develop their mathematical skills in a math challenge so that the quality of mathematics education in the country is improved even to its excellence.
La Carlota City Football Club and Dancalan FC prevailed in the recently-concluded 2014 Sinulog Football Festival held January 11 and 12 in Kabankalan City.
Visiting La Carlota squad captured the U16 title as host – Kabankalan FC settled first runner – up while Himamaylan FC finished second runner-up.
Meanwhile, Dancalan FC scored victories in the U10, U13 and Open divisions.
Dancalan FC dominate three divisions in the 2014 Sinulog Football Festival.*
La Carlota Singing Group renders love songs for the birthday celebrant led by Jovy Aries Abaño, Edna Bermudez, Edna Peñafiel, Ramir Abaygar, Arlene Luces and Rosa Abaygar and Tom Formby with Acoustic Band of La Carlota City Jerald Liper and JM Zamora.* (Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)
Popularly known as the "Las Vegas of the Philippines" - La Carlota City popularized the Christmas Festival of Lights and Music since more than 26 years ago with the annual tradition of La Carloteños giving importance to the tree of life, the gift God has given to every man to live.
Thousands of lights glitter on trees surrounding the city public plaza for the kids, the young and the adults and the entire family members to enjoy this Christmas Season and to remind that "Jesus Christ is the Light of the World."
Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer, Vice Mayor Luis Jacky Jalandoni III, Provincial Board Member Joeben Alonso, councilors Karen Aguirre, Amalia Aguirre, Dr. Rex Jalando-on, Zaldy Pernito, Jose Luis Jalandoni, Jacob Liansing, Jaime Mariño, David T. Baga Jr., Manuel Badillo, John Badillo, ABC President Annabelle Bermudo, barangay captains and kagawads spearheaded the opening ceremonies of the 2013 La Carlota City Festival of Lights and Music 2013.
Police authorities in La Carlota City arrested a suspected bus thief over the weekend and recovered the remaining part of the stolen cash from the vehicle’s passenger.
PSInsp. Gary Alan V. Resuma, La Carlota City Police officer-in-charge apprehended Angelo Lingco, 31, of Dela Rama St., Brgy. 2, for allegedly stealing the P44, 000 cash of Rodolfo Nonar, 42, of Brgy. Quintin Remo, Moises Padilla.
Initial investigation said, Nonar was on board a Ceres bus to Canlaon City and was in the area of Brgy. Haguimit in La Carlota City when he discovered that his money from the sale of his sugarcane and placed inside the lower pocket of his short pants was gone.
He then reported the incident to the police station and identified the suspect through the rogues’ gallery of the police. Pursuit operation by Resuma led to the apprehension of the suspect inside his live-in partner’s house at Zone 5, Brgy. Bagumbayan, Valladolid.
La Carlota City College celebrated its 47th Founding Anniversary last November 23, 25-27, 2013. Through a thanksgiving convocation held at the City Gymnasium on November 25, students, faculty members as well as heirs of the people behind this institution offered tribute to the founding fathers who built La Carlota City College that produced a quality leaders and globally competitive citizens with a trade mark of a proud LCCCian over 47 fruitful years.
Vice-Mayor Luis J. Jalandoni III in behalf of Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer, welcomed the guests and visitors. He said that "despite the recent devastation and destruction caused by the recent supertyphoon, it is good to recognize and thank God for the wonderful things He had done to us," and that this 47th Founding Anniversary is worth celebrating.
Vice Mayor Luis J. Jalandoni III (right) in behalf of Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer gives the plaque of appreciation to Atty. Jocelle Batapa-Sigue (center), main speaker of the event together with Dr. Fatima G. Bullos, La Carlota City College President.*
Governor Alfredo G. Marañon Jr. together with Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer and Vice-Mayor Luis Jacky Jalandoni III spearheaded the mass oathtaking of the newly elected Punong Barangays and Kagawads of La Carlota City at the city’s Gymnasium yesterday.
Present were DILG’s Marissa Costelo, SPMs Karen L. Aguirre, Dr. Rex Jalando-on, Amalia Aguirre, Zaldy Pernito, Jose Luis Jalandoni, Manuel Badillo, John Badillo, Jacob Liansing, Jaime Mariño and David T. Baga Jr.
"If there is unity there is progress, peace and harmony. You are the frontliners in the delivery of basic social services to our people," Governor Alfredo G. Marañon, in his inspirational message said. "We in the Provincial Government are doing our best to help and set aside programs for the upliftment of the lives of our people. We focus our attention to Health Care Services. In Negros Occidental Comprehensive Insurance Plan more than 50,000 out of our target of 200,000 availed of the hospitalization benefits. About 90% to 100% hospitalization were paid," the Governor said.