12TH SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD JOINS ALAY LAKAD 2014

Alay Lakad 2014
Early Sunday morning, September 28, 2014, the 12th Sangguniang Panlungsod officials and employees joined the rest of Tagbilaran City during the Alay-Lakad 2014. Together with the different departments of the City Government of Tagbilaran, the 12th SP assembled at the City Hall and walked towards the CPG Grandstand where all the participants shall gather for a short program to turnover the proceeds for the education and training of out-of-school youths.
Alay-Lakad is an annual event conducted by the Alay-lakad Foundation,Inc. to support out-of school youths. The Alay Lakad para sa Kabataan is a nationwide activity which was created by Presidential Proclamation No. 168.

A CLOSER LOOK INTO THE ROAD PROBLEMS OF SAN ISIDRO DISTRICT

San Isidro Session
The 12th Sangguniang Panlungsod is hell-bent in its objective to hear the core problems of each barangay in the City and what better way to get to the heart of each barangays’ problems than to conduct of City Hall Sessions. Today, September 19, the 12th Sp conducted another successful joint session, this time with the Sangguniang Baranagay of San Isidro.
The Sangguniang Barangay of San Isidro’s main concerns focused mainly on roads and drainage or canals that are not maintained and pose risks of accidents and danger to the residents of San Isidro. The following roads being proposed by the barangay for concreting and asphalt overlay works would traverse to Cabawan District providing more convenient public access to City and Provincial Facilities such as the City Jail and BJMP; the other road proposed for development is the Binayran Road which connects San Isidro and Dampas. The concreting of Binayran Road would give the public an alternate route to MMG Coop Hospital and will also minimize the traffic along JA Clarin street because Public transports can use this street in going to the Integrated Bus Terminal. Binayran road could also be used as a farm to city road wherein truckloads of produce from the towns will be transported using this route towards the Dao Central market.
The 12th Sangguniang Panlungsod’s responded to San Isidro’s problems by referring to the Committee on Appropriations and Committee on City Planning so that the proper committees can further study their next steps and what actions to take. The SP will coordinate with the current project of the city to identify possible barangay roads measuring at least 8 meters wide that can be reclassified as city roads so that the City Government will receive a bigger share in the tax revenues to fund these road development projects.

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CITY GOV DONATES LAND FOR COA BUILDING

September 12, 2014 —Ms. Jeremia A. Lagunda, State Auditor IV, Team Leader  and Atty. Eva Cabrera, Supervising COA Auditor of Bohol joined the  12th Sangguniang Panlungsod during the second regular session of September. The COA heads personally requested  the 12th Sangguniang Panlungsod for 1,000 square meter parcel where they propose COA Building will be built. Initial requests for a vacant lot from the Provincial Government of Bohol were declined despite the earnest efforts of Governor Edgardo M. Chatto because they could not find any suitable lot that would pass  COA Central Office standards in terms of accessibility. The 12th SP  immediately catered to the request of the COA and have  included the urgent request as a Special Order of the Day.  The  City Government generously donated the parcel of land and the 12th SP’s presiding officer Hon. Jose Antonio S. Veloso banged his gavel to signify the approval of Proposed resolution 138 – 14, a Resolution,  Authorizing the Hon. Mayor John Geesnell Yap to enter into and sign a deed of Usufruct in favor of the Commission on Audit on a 1000 sq meter parcel of land as a site for the proposed COA office building.

The COA top officials expressed immense gratitude for granting the request and will proceed with the construction of the COA Office Building once the donation is finalized. COA was faced with the urgency to relocate because of the needed renovation of the building they are currently occupying which was damaged by last year’s terrible 7.2 magnitude earthquake.

12TH SP CLEANS CAUSEWAY

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In support of the 114th observance of the 114th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary and the International Cleanup Day, the 12th Sangguniang Panlungsod headed by Vice Mayor Jose Antonio S. Veloso, will be joining the rest of the City Government in cleaning up the coastal barangays of the City on September 13, 2014 (Saturday). The City has nine coastal barangays namely, Bool, Mansasa, Poblacion I, Poblacion II, Cogon, Booy, Taloto, Ubujan and Manga. The whole Sangguniang Panlungsod, Vice-Mayor’s office and the Office of the Secretary will be assigned to clean the Poblacion I Causeway Fish Port. The Hon. Vice Mayor Jose Antonio Veloso and his fellow SP councilors gamely joined the SP staff and employees in picking up trash and other waste that pollutes the sea waters and harm the marine resources.
Aside from coastal clean-up, the City Government also had Mangrove Planting Activities in the selected barangays of Bool, Mansasa, Taloto, Ubujan and Manga.
With the efforts of the City Government in initiating the cleanup of our Coastal Barangays, it is hoped that it will influence barangay officials to continue to monitor the cleanliness of the coastal areas and help protect the marine resources.

12TH SP HOLDS JOINT SESSION WITH BARANGAY BOOY

Booy session

AUGUST 29, 2014 – The 12th Sangguniang Panlungsod, headed by their presiding officer, City Vice Mayor Jose Antonio S. Veloso, held its first joint session with the Sangguniang Barangay of  Booy,  led by Punong Barangay Eutorgio Telmo. The session was held at the Barangay Hall of Booy, this city.

This is the second out-of-city hall session conducted by the 12th Sangguniang Panlungsod, after its successful first joint and out-of-city hall session with the Sangguniang Barangay of Dampas.   Joint sessions with the barangays are the best venue to hear out the concerns of the barangays and to provide possible immediate action.

Today’s session focused on the concerns of Barangay which are the following:

  1. Violation of Environmental laws and regulations by Kasadpan Resort or “Booy Beach”
  2. Unattended posts of city streetlights along major roadways in Booy
  3. Repair and Renovation of Kainget Beach Road
  4. Covering of open structures for water connection or household tapping purpose
  5. Traffic and road signs near schools (Holy Infant School, Booy South Elem., Booy Main and Wisdom School)
  6. Opening of Public Roads and Development of Existing Roads
  7. Declaration of Public Beaches
  8. Installation of Road Signage for Accident-Prone Area