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Talisay City

Access to Health Programs Always Been a Top Priority of Talisay City

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Talisay City Mayor Doc Eric Saratan turns over a set of nebulizer to Mrs. Merlinda Lopez of Barangay Zone 3 during the Monday flag ceremony at the Talisay City Hall grounds. The continuing support of the Mayor on the health programs as part of the priorities of the City to extend basic health services to the people.


Mayor Doc Eric Saratan turns over a set of nebulizer to Mrs. Merlinda Lopez of Barangay Zone 3 during the Monday Flag ceremony at the Talisay City Hall yesterday. Also in the photo is SPM Edmundo Celiz.*(TALISAY CMO-PIO photo)

Woman Killed, 7 Others Figure in Road Mishap

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A woman was killed due to fatal head injury after their motorcycle figured in a road accident in Talisay City, Sunday.

Seven other persons were injured in a separate accident the same day.

Police identified the victim as Ellen Apolinario, 25, of Brgy. San Fernando, Talisay who was riding-in-tandem with Argie Alegre, 24, of Brgy. Katilingban, who was also hurt. They were on board a motorcycle with plate number 8619SI.

Prov’l Board Stays Away from Talisay City’s Political Rift

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The Sanggunian Panlalawigan (SP) is staying away from a possible political rift between partymates in Talisay City.

This was the stand of Negros Occidental Vice Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson after Talisay City Mayor Eric Saratan wrote the SP asking for it to reconsider its approval on the ordinance creating the Oversight Committee, which was passed by the city’s Sangguniang Panlungsod.

Saratan, in a letter addressed to members of the provincial provincial board dated October 17, Saratan said he only learned about the SP’s approval on the said ordinance from the news.

Projects that Help Sustain the People

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When people are empowered by skills and provided with the support of Government though priority projects in livelihood, people will thrive and prosper. In Talisay City, I was witness to various food and product producers on how they start and make a living out of what they have and the support that they get.

PDRRMC Holds Regular Meeting

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The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) held a regular meeting at the Nature’s Village Resort and Restaurant in Talisay City, yesterday and realigned a total budget of P8,050,946 to be utilized in the rehabilitation of various disaster preparedness projects and purchase of support equipment.

The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)–Negros Occidental featured a comprehensive video presentation on disaster preparedness for local chief executives.

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