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Edith Colmo

Army Regular Participant in Brigada Eskwela

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Every year, the Brigada Eskwela of the Department of Education (DEPED) is assisted by the different units of the Philippine Army under the 3rd Infantry Division.

This year, with its theme “Tayo Para sa Kalinisan, Kaligtasan at Kahandaan ng Ating Paaralan”, Brigada Eskwela started May 18.

In Negros Island, members of the 33rd CMO Company, 3rd CMO Battalion stationed at Barangay Hacienda Fe in Escalante City shared their time and efforts in helping the teachers and parents in preparing public schools for the opening on June.

At the City Assessor’s office: Polvora Out, dela Cruz In

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City Assessor Atty Maphilindo Polvora was reassigned by Mayor Monico Puentevella to the City Legal office (CLO) effective yesterday, to focus on the Real Property Tax Code, that the Secretary of Justice recently penned to suspend the implementation of it. In Lieu of Polvora, Puentevella designated Rommel dela Cruz. He was formerly the municipal assessor of Salvador Benedicto, then joined the provinciual assessor’s office, and lately with the city assessor’s Office.

SP Enjoins Office to Support the Brigada Eskwela

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Considering the bayanihan values of Filipinos, espousing the spirit of volunteerism, wherein the teachers, pupils/students, parents, civil society, private and government organizations, partake in the school clean up of the Department of Education (DEPED), prior to the opening of regular classes, called BRIGADA ESKWELA.

This year’s theme, “Tayo Para sa Kalinisan, Kaligtasan at Kahandaan ng Ating Paaralan,” certainly with everybody’s participation will yield wonderful results, not only for the schools, but, as well as for the City.

Familiaran: Tricycle Ordinance Needs Review

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The Tricycle Ordinanace needs to be reviewed to find out some areas that need amendment.

Thus said Bacolod City Councilor El Cid Familiaran, chair, peace and order committee. He said, The tricycle ordinance needs review for peace and order. But he said, he suggested to involve the force multipliers to help the police in maintaining peace and order.

55% of Stroke is Due to Hypertension: Dr. Montero

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One of the leading diseases that cause death among Filipinos is hypertension or high blood pressure. Aside from hypertension, other top diseases causing death are: acute upper respiratory infection, acute lower respirator infection, bronchitis, acute watery diarrhea.

Thus said Dr. Luis Jardiolin Montero, nephrologist at the Iloilo Doctors’ Hospital, who was guest lecturer at the 13th Dr. Telesforo delos Reyes, Jr. Memorial Lecture, sponsored by Pfizer, and the Philippine College of Medicine (PCOM), held at the Business Inn, this City over the weekend.