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Edith Colmo

Cops Eyed for Directors in Negros Occ, Bacolod City

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There are four top officers of the Philippine National Police (PNP) who are eyed for directorship in Negros Occidental Provincial Police Office (NOPPO) and the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO).

The Senior Police Officers Placement Board will recommend to the local executives for them to choose to head the police offices in their respective areas.

In an undisclosed source, being eyed for NOPPO director are Police Superintendents Rhoderick Augustus Alba, Leo Agpangan and Casmer Sumangcoc.

Bizman: Stop Implementing Clamping Ordinance, Look for Parking Space First

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Before implementing the clamping ordinance, the city should look for parking spaces for vehicles.

Thus said Frank Carbon, president of Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) reacting to the clamping ordinance authored by Councilor Wilsom Gamboa, Jr. and approved in the session of the Sangguniang Panlungsod.

Gamboa said the clamping ordinance would minimize, if not, eliminate parking of vehicles in the main thoroughfares which contribute to traffic congestion.

In Negros Island: One Island One Power Rate?

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With public officials in the provinces of Negros Island, Occidental and Oriental, exerting efforts for the One island Region, the electric cooperatives in this island are also aiming for One Island One Power Rate.

ALI to Groundbreak Multi Billion Peso Capitol Project

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The multi billion peso development project of the Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) will have its groundbreaking on March 5 according to Gov. Alfredo Marañon, Jr. The project is located at the prime lot of the province that ALI leased.

The project includes a mall and hotel at the leased Capitol property, and a condominium at the Coscolluela property that the company acquired, according to Provincial Administrator Enrique Pinongan.

Construction of the said projects may also follow within this year especially since Ayala has already paid for the rentals of the Capitol properties.

ARBs to BIR: ‘Release our Sugar Held by Sugar Mills’

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The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) was urged by the Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBS) who are members of 12 farmer cooperatives in Negros Occidental who trooped to the BIR office at Brgy. Taculing, Bacolod City, Friday, February 27, considering that their sugar were held by the sugar mills four weeks already. They also asked BIR to scrap the Revenue Regulation 11-2014 which is 1% Withholding Tax on raw sugar that caused the non-release and non-buying of their sugar from the sugar mills.

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