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Edith Colmo

Bizmen Demand Police Assurance of Security, Solution to Killings of Bizmen

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With the drop of oil prices, several businessmen are trying to venture investing business in Bacolod City. However, with the recent murder of retired bank manager Francis Loarca, Frank Carbon, president of Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) fears investors might think otherwise. He said, Loarca was killed by unidentified persons riding in tandem, and the families as well as businessmen are highly expecting assurance from the police that the crime will be solved soonest possible, and that the police will assure the

DSWD Inaugurates P2.5 M Infra For Education in San Carlos City

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Two day care centers and materials for mobile education with total value of P2.5 million were inaugurated yesterday in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental.

Projects of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) the day care centers worth P2.1 million were of the Lupao Day Care Center in Brgy. Quezon; the Bairan Day Care Center in Brgy. Buluangan; and the Maragoos Day Care Center in Brgy. Nataban; and the P400,000.00 worth of materials for the the San Carlos City Mobile Education for street children, all in San Carlos City.

Transport Groups Won’t Hike Fares

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Two transport groups in Bacolod and Negros Occidental have expressed not to decrease the fares of passengers even as the Manila transport group has implemented the reduced fares by P1.00.

According to Elizabeth Katalbas, chair of the Federation of Bacolod Drivers Association (FEBACDA), at the height of fuel increase, our transport rates here is lower than in Metro Manila. So there is no need to reduce the transportation fare.

One thing more, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), did approve our petition for P.50 centavo fare increase.

Police, Army No Break This Season

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Both the police and the army have no break this Yuletide season.

Police Chief Superintendent Josephus Garrote Angan, Regional Director of Police Regional Office (PRO) 6 said. The entire organization has to intensify its security preparations considering that this time, petty crimes increase as people flock to shopping malls, transport terminals, churches and other public places. Therefore, Regional Dir. Angan ordered "no break" for all men and women of PRO 6.

Despite RTC Branch 46 Verdict ‘I Am Still BACIWA Director,’ Ramos Insists

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Marichi Ramos

Marichi Ramos, the beleaguered director of the Bacolod City Water District (BACIWA) maintained that she is still a member of the board of directors despite an ouster order from the Regional Trial Court.

"I stand by the recent injunction order issued by Judge Franklin Demonteverde ruling that I am still a BACIWA director," Ramos said yesterday.

She added that she will also meet with her lawyer Roger Reyes to address the issue.

Judge Estefanio Libutan of the Regional Trial Court Branch 46 in a decision dated December 1, 2014, ordered the ouster of Ramos as member of the water firm representing the professional sector, and declaring former Bacolod Vice Mayor Ramiro Garcia Jr. as the duly appointed member.


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