Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Friday, January 6, 2012
Negros Oriental
Star Business
Police Beat
Star Life
People & Events
Follow us on:
Classified Ads

Web www.visayandailystar.com
Relief Goods

MORE AID. Donations from Bacolod City being loaded on a truck for “Sendong” victims in Negros Oriental.* (click here for story)

Top Stories

buttonMayor finally enforces suspension of 5 officials
buttonPetroleum products watch up
buttonIggy, Jules among top absentees
buttonPhilHealth chief to meet guv, mayors
buttonP91M set for RPA areas
buttonKorean flight arriving in Negros
buttonDonations for storm victims pour in

button‘Negros may be last to be freed of NPA’
buttonGequillana to take oath Monday

Negros Oriental

buttonDOH: 1 death, 25 cases of leptospirosis in NegOr
buttonFarmer beneficiary knifed dead
buttonDrivers told to wear appropriate ID’s
buttonChanging of guards at DAR prov’l office
buttonRelief goods given

Star Business

button‘Inflation down to 4 percent; Rate adds to rosy outlook’
buttonDA to spend P61.7B to attain food staple sufficiency by 2013
buttonDOLE to release P7M for  employment
button‘Tiktilaok!’ launched at 2 Bacolod malls
buttonSeminar calendared for realtors: REBAP

buttonPreparations start for 2012 WVRAA
buttonFilipino GMs in good start at India Open chess tourney

Mayor finally enforces
suspension of 5 officials


The Ombudsman’s order suspending five officials of the Sipalay City government for three months without pay was finally enforced Wednesday, Sipalay Mayor Oscar Montilla confirmed yesterday.

The Ombudsman’s order cited the respondents for the purchase of overpriced medicines and medical supplies ranging from 100 percent to 600 percent over the prevailing market price for Sipalay City in 2001.

Ordered suspended are City Accountant Eva Sabusap, City Budget Officer Fernando Balbin, City Health Officer Noel Villanueva, City Treasurer Renato Manilla and Revenue Collection Officer III Evangeline Seneres, all of the Sipalay City government.moremoremore

products watch up

Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia has issued an executive order creating a joint inspection team to monitor compliance with the rules and regulations governing the sale of petroleum products in Bacolod City.

Leonardia also designated Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson to represent him as chairman of the Joint Inspection Team and Coordinating Council, inMemorandum Order No. 188 dated December 29, 2011.

Executive Order No. 30 said there is a need to create a Joint Inspection Team and Coordinating Council to ensure compliance with the rules and regulations governing business of petroleum products in relation to Department of Energy Circular No. 2003-11-010, or Rules and Regulations Governing the Business of Retailing Liquid Petroleum Products.moremoremore

Iggy, Jules among
top absentees
Alvarez has perfect attendance

Rep. Mercedes Alvarez (Neg. Occ., 6th District) registered perfect attendance at the House of Representatives in 2011, but two lawmakers from Negros Occidental were among the top 15 with the most absences.

An attendance report of the House of Representatives posted at its website at www.congress.gov.ph shows that there were 59 session days from January 17 to December 14, 2011.

The two lawmakers from Negros Occidental with the most absences were Ignacio Arroyo (Neg. Occ., 5th District) with 28 and Rep. Julio Ledesma IV (Neg. Occ., 1st District) with 22.moremoremore

Opinion | Negros Oriental | Business | Sports
Star Life | People & Events| Archives | Advertise!
Email: visayandailystar@yahoo.com
WebMaster: Mr. Cedric B. Florentino