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The Water Watch Secession

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When Water Watch Resolution No. 003, Series of 2015 entitled " A Resolution Confirming our Secession from the Bacolod Water Consumers Watch Inc. (BWCW Inc.) chaired by Councilor Wilson Gamboa Jr., " was approved on July 11, 2015 and was signed by 7 out of 12 Water Watch officers, our .purpose is plain and simple-to secede from the BWCW Inc., " to secede is to withdraw from an organizon." The root cause of out secession was the pronouncement of Councilor Gamboa that he supports the Bulk Water Supply of BACIWA. While he is entitled to his opinion, we feel that it is contrary to the advocacy of Water Watch. As a matter of fact we have registered our vehement opposition against this project because we believe that it will lead to the privatization of BACIWA which is a public water utility of the people.


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July 22, 2015

It is with great sadness that we felt this morning upon hearing the incident at Km 22, Sto. Niño, E.B. Magalona involving our two units that claimed the lives of four victims. It is very emotional time for the families of the victims. Our thoughts and prayers go to the families, friends and everyone affected by this incident.

We have extended immediate assistance to the families of the victims and those who are injured.

We are closely coordinating with the E.B. Magalona Police Station for the initial investigation report of the said incident.

Opinion on Ceres Accident and The Social Media

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Right after the accident in EB Magalona yesterday people in social media were posting and sharing photos and videos at the scene of the accident. Some posted facebook statuses condoling with the families and friends of the victims. During tragedies and accidents, there are no control on the photos and videos that come out in various social media sites and elsewhere.

Since the general notion is that if you have a social media account and a camera or camera phone, you can take photos and videos at your heart’s desire. Although there is no particular rule that limits the owner and what content will be upload to media sites, the decision will fall on the responsibility of the person holding the camera.

BFAR Urged to Put Markers at Pta. Taytay Breeding Area

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A resolution authored by Councilor Wilson Gamboa, Jr. urging the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to set up buoys and markers at the area covered by Jackson Type 1 artificial reefs on the marine waters of Barangay Punta Taytay to warn fishing vessels from entering said area which serves as the feeding and breeding grounds of marine life was recently approved by the Bacolod Sangguninag Panglunsod (SP).


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