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Negros Opinion

State Of Booming Bacolod A Humdinger Of More 'Bombas' To Come

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Comparing today's Bacolod City with was just a little over two years ago, there have been very marked changes which took strong political will, grit and gumption, a string sense if mission and vision with an unshakeable goal in mind because of the strong support of City's other leaders, the barangay captains and the ever-dynamic citizenry.

THE AUTHOR? NONE OTHER BUT TODAY'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRANT BACOLOD CITY MAYOR MONICO O. PUENTEVELLA What he has accomplished in a just two years IS PHENOMENAL

FIRST THINGS FIRST HAPPY BIRTHDAY SIR AND MAY YOU HAVE MORE PRODUCTIVE YEAR AS THE MOST ENERGETIC, ENTERPRISING AND, DYNAMIC LEADER OF OUR BACOLOD.

Letters for Councilor Paglumotan (Last of 2 Parts)

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Dear Councilor Paglumotan;

Greetings from Power Watch-Negros!

We would like to bring to the attention of your Committee the issue on the proposed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Central Negros Cooperative (CENECO) and Aboitiz Power Corporation (Aboitiz). This MOA if finally signed by both parties, will ultimately lead to the privatization of CENECO, an electric cooperative in which we, the consumers are presumed to be the collective owners. This MOA was initiated by the CENECO Board of Directors without sufficient consultations with the majority of CENECO consumers, the CENECO Board of Directors failed to disseminate to the consumers what would be the impact of this MOA on the policy direction of CENECO.

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Letters for Councilor Paglumotan

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Dear Councilor Paglumotan!

Water Watch, which is an alliance of water consumers in Bacolod City would like to reiterate our vehement opposition against the proposed Bulk Water Supply project of BACIWA on the ground that this will lead to the privatization of BACIWA. This public water utility is presumed to be owned collectively by all BACIWA consumers.

A CENECO Sell - Out?

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Hidden from the purview of the CENECO consumers, a proposed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Central Negros Electric Cooperative and Aboitiz Power Corporation has been drafted and will soon be signed if we as CENECO consumers shall not register our vehement opposition against the privatization of CENECO as an electric cooperative, that belongs to us. Some of the salient features of this Agreement are the following: