Poll watchdog opposes postponement of ARMM election
The occasion was marked led by City Civil Registrar’s Office headed by Asuncion Avenido.
Avenido said the primary aim of the celebration is to instill to the public the importance of the registration of three important aspects in a man’s life – birth, marriage and death.
Activities of the celebration include a motorcade by the CCRO in the city, information dissemination on the need for civil registration through radio, mass wedding, free issuance of civil registry certifications, recognition for the Most Outstanding Barangay Secretary as Civil Registry Agent and others.
The triple day celebrations include National Flag Day on May 28, the 113th celebration of Philippine Independence Day on July 12 and the 61st celebration of Adlaw sa Iligan on June 16.
These big celebrations will be headed by City Councilor Marlene Young. Young will be assisted by Schools Division Superintendent Cherry Mae Limbaco as coordinator in the National Flag Day Celebration, City General Services Officer Raymundo Clavano as coordinator for Philippine Independence Day Celebration and City Tourism Officer Agnes Clerigo-Maingat as coordinator of Adlaw sa Iligan Celebration.
The Diyandi Festival Management Board is composed of City Councilor Frederick Siao for Sports Events, Raymundo Clavano for Finance, Louela Maybituin for Trade Fair And Exhibits, Carnaval, Parlor Games and Amusements and Taboan sa Iligan, Rev. Father Rodrigo Maata for Religious Activities and Cathy Tan for Search for Miss Iligan 2011.
Mayor Cruz has designated the members of the Steering Committee Working Group for Diyandi Festival: Marianito Alemania for Ways and Means, Engr. Franklin Maata for Power and Electrical Matters, Joy Taojo for Physical Arrangements, Melvin T. Anggot for Media Promotions, Glorianne Bartolome for Cultural Events, Donnabelle Olado and Alma Juntilla for Program and Invitation, Tourism Staff for Social Events, Adolfo Briones for Transportation and Communications and Pat Noel for Promotion and Documentation. (CIO)
ILIGAN CITY, Lanao del Norte -- Mayor Lawrence Ll. Cruz directed department heads to devise a system that will implement quick response to resolve the problems of barangays.
The mayor cited fast action or solution to problems particularly on filling materials, bad roads, drainage, infrastructure projects and maintenance works.
Mayor Cruz said solutions to the barangay problems will not always be immediate if we rely solely in the work schedule of the City Engineer’s Office.
The mayor designated City Engineer Franklin Maata, Acting Economic Enterprise Manager Orlando Maglinao, Waterworks Manager Christine Orbe and Planning Officer Gil Balondo to work on a system.
Mayor Cruz directed the officials concerned to present the program they designed in the next department heads meeting on Feb. 14. (CIO)
The Sangguniang Panlungsod ratified the P158.763 million for the 20% Development Fund of the city for 2011.
This appropriation was under SP deliberation after it was endorsed by the City Development Council and approved in the CDC Full Council Meeting, Jan. 27.
The appropriation include P9.763 million for General Public Services, P23 million for Social Services and P126 million for Economic Services.
Under the General Public Services are revenue enhancement, e-governance, human resource management and others.
On economic services are road development projects, livelihood assistance, tourism development programs, agricultural, pollution control, barangay development projects and other infrastructure projects. (CIO)
Lanao Norte lad is NMRAA boxing champ
In the Boxing Fly weight division , Bukidnon’s fighter Ronie Sarbalion captured the gold medal .
In the elementary level kiddie weight division John Glenn Langot of Valencia got the gold medal, followed by Chesselle Paudac of Lanao del Norte as silver medalist. Jey Pee Lanane of Misamis Oriental and Christian Madrea of Bukidnon got the bronze medal.
Valencia City fighter Roi Jake Munalem garnered the gold medal in the Ant Weight division. Elvin Bryan Juario of Misamis Oriental captured the silver medal. Laurence Oras of Bukidnon and Erwin Caontao of Malaybalay City were adjudged as bronze medalists. (PIO)
Balaodnon nga maghatag og hospitalization ug death benefits sa mga barangay tanod, BNS, BHW ug CVO napa-ilalom na sa unang pagbasa