Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4P's)


Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)
is a poverty reduction and social development strategy of the national government that provides conditional cash grants to extremely poor households to improve their health, nutrition and education particularly of children aged 0-14.
4Ps has dual objectives:
  • Social Assistance - to provide cash assistance to the poor to alleviate their immediate need (short term poverty alleviation); and
  • Social Development - to break the inter-generational poverty cycle through investments in human capital.
4Ps helps to fulfill the country’s commitment to meet the Millennium Development Goals, namely:
  1. Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger
  2. Achieve Universal Primary Education
  3. Promote Gender Equality
  4. Reduce Child Mortality
  5. Improve Maternal Health
Targeting System
The poorest households in the municipalities are selected through a Proxy-Means Test. This test determines the socio-economic category of the families by looking at certain proxy variables such as ownership of assets, type of housing, education of the household head, livelihood of the family and access to water and sanitation facilities.
Eligible Households
  1. Residents of the poorest municipalities based on 2003 Small Area Estimates (SAE) of NSCB;
  2. Households whose economic condition is equal to or below the provincial poverty threshold.
  3. Households that have children 0-14 years old and/or have a pregnant woman at the time of assessment;
  4. Households that agree to meet conditions specified in the program.
Set of Co-Responsibilities
To avail of the cash grants beneficiaries should comply with the following conditions:
  1. Pregnant women must avail pre- and post-natal care and be attended during childbirth by a trained health professional;
  2. Parents must attend responsible parenthood sessions, mother’s classes and parent effectiveness seminars;
  3. 0-5 year old children must receive regular preventive health check-ups and vaccines;
  4. 3-5 year old children must attend day care or pre-school classes at least 85% of the time.
  5. 6-14 year old children must enroll in elementary or high school and must attend at least 85% of the time.
  6. 6-14 years old children must receive deworming pills twice a year.
Program Coverage
4Ps operates in 45 provinces covering 255 municipalities and 15 key cities.
At present, 700,000 households are enrolled in the program and are receiving cash grants.
Program Cycle

The implementation of 4Ps Program follows the 8-step cycle starting from the 1) selection of target areas, 2) supply side assessment, 3) selection of household beneficiaries, 4) registration and validation of beneficiaries, 5) Family Registry preparation, 6) initial payment, 7) verification of compliance and 8) 2nd and succeeding release of cash grants.

 
Program Package
4Ps provides cash grants to the beneficiaries to wit:
  • P6,000 a year or P500 per month per household for health and nutrition expenses; and
  • P3000 for one school year or 10 months or P300/month per child for educational expenses. A maximum of three children per household is allowed.
A household with three qualified children receives a subsidy of P1,400/month during the school year or P15,000 annually as long as they comply with the conditionalities. The cash grants shall be received by the most responsible person in the household, usually the mother, through a Land Bank cash card.
In cases where payment through cash card is not feasible, the beneficiaries shall be provided their cash grants through an alternative payment scheme such as over-the-counter transactions from the nearest Landbank branch or offsite payments through Landbank.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

What is good governance?

Recently the terms “governance” and “good governance” are being increasingly used in development literature. Bad governance is being increasingly regarded as one of the root causes of all evil within our societies. Major donors and international financial institutions are increasingly basing their aid and loans on the condition that reforms that ensure “good governance” are undertaken.
This article tries to explain, as simply as possible, what “governance” and “good governance” means.

GOVERNANCE
The concept of “governance” is not new. It is as old as human civilization. Simply put “governance” means: the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented). Governance can be used in several contexts such as corporate governance, international governance, national governance and local governance.

Since governance is the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented, an analysis of governance focuses on the formal and informal actors involved in decision-making and implementing the decisions made and the formal and informal structures that have been set in place to arrive at and implement the decision.

Government is one of the actors in governance. Other actors involved in governance vary depending on the level of government that is under discussion. In rural areas, for example, other actors may include influential land lords, associations of peasant farmers, cooperatives, NGOs, research institutes, religious leaders, finance institutions political parties, the military etc. The situation in urban areas is much more complex. Figure 1 provides the interconnections between actors involved in urban governance. At the national level, in addition to the above actors, media, lobbyists, international donors, multi-national corporations, etc. may play a role in decision-making or in influencing the decision-making process.

All actors other than government and the military are grouped together as part of the “civil society.” In some countries in addition to the civil society, organized crime syndicates also influence decision-making, particularly in urban areas and at the national level.

Similarly formal government structures are one means by which decisions are arrived at and implemented. At the national level, informal decision-making structures, such as “kitchen cabinets” or informal advisors may exist. In urban areas, organized crime syndicates such as the “land Mafia” may influence decision-making. In some rural areas locally powerful families may make or influence decision-making. Such, informal decision-making is often the result of corrupt practices or leads to corrupt practices.

GOOD GOVERNANCE
Good governance has 8 major characteristics. It is participatory, consensus oriented, accountable, transparent, responsive, effective and efficient, equitable and inclusive and follows the rule of law. It assures that corruption is minimized, the views of minorities are taken into account and that the voices of the most vulnerable in society are heard in decision-making. It is also responsive to the present and future needs of society.

  • Participation 
    • Participation by both men and women is a key cornerstone of good governance. Participation could be either direct or through legitimate intermediate institutions or representatives. It is important to point out that representative democracy does not necessarily mean that the concerns of the most vulnerable in society would be taken into consideration in decision making. Participation needs to be informed and organized. This means freedom of association and expression on the one hand and an organized civil society on the other hand.
  • Rule of law
    • Good governance requires fair legal frameworks that are enforced impartially. It also requires full protection of human rights, particularly those of minorities. Impartial enforcement of laws requires an independent judiciary and an impartial and incorruptible police force.
  • Transparency
    • Transparency means that decisions taken and their enforcement are done in a manner that follows rules and regulations. It also means that information is freely available and directly accessible to those who will be affected by such decisions and their enforcement. It also means that enough information is provided and that it is provided in easily understandable forms and media.
  • Responsiveness
    • Good governance requires that institutions and processes try to serve all stakeholders within a reasonable timeframe.
  • Consensus oriented
    • There are several actors and as many view points in a given society. Good governance requires mediation of the different interests in society to reach a broad consensus in society on what is in the best interest of the whole community and how this can be achieved. It also requires a broad and long-term perspective on what is needed for sustainable human development and how to achieve the goals of such development. This can only result from an understanding of the historical, cultural and social contexts of a given society or community.
  • Equity and inclusiveness
    • A society’s well being depends on ensuring that all its members feel that they have a stake in it and do not feel excluded from the mainstream of society. This requires all groups, but particularly the most vulnerable, have opportunities to improve or maintain their well being.
  • Effectiveness and efficiency
    • Good governance means that processes and institutions produce results that meet the needs of society while making the best use of resources at their disposal. The concept of efficiency in the context of good governance also covers the sustainable use of natural resources and the protection of the environment.
  • Accountability
    • Accountability is a key requirement of good governance. Not only governmental institutions but also the private sector and civil society organizations must be accountable to the public and to their institutional stakeholders. Who is accountable to whom varies depending on whether decisions or actions taken are internal or external to an organization or institution. In general an organization or an institution is accountable to those who will be affected by its decisions or actions. Accountability cannot be enforced without transparency and the rule of law.

CONCLUSION
From the above discussion it should be clear that good governance is an ideal which is difficult to achieve in its totality. Very few countries and societies have come close to achieving good governance in its totality. However, to ensure sustainable human development, actions must be taken to work towards this ideal with the aim of making it a reality.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Which do you prefer, Cutcut Cemetery or Holy Mary Memorial Park?

There is exclusiveness even in death.  It has been shared that in the Philippines, there are two types of people; rich and poor, rich people do not want to be with the poor ones.

Rev. Gaudario was talking to a lady about one of her family members had been recently buried.  He asked where they buried the wake. She told him Holy Mary Memorial Park, which is an exclusive cemetery for the rich folks.  It is located at Cutcut, Angeles City.  So, priest said "Oh Yes,  I know where that it is in Cutcut."  She got a little testy, because there is also another cemetery for the poor folks, commonly known as Cutcut Cemetery. She replied "No! Holy Mary." He may have again tried to clarify by saying "Yes in Barangay Cutcut." but she would not be caught dead (argh) burying a relative there, so she said "No. Holy Mary!"

No matter where a wake would it be buried whether in a “museleo” or in a simple apartment, what important is his/her final destination; heaven or hell.

“Just as man is destined to die once, and after that to face judgment” (NIV) Hebrew 9:27



The more important question is not where your body will be buried, but where will your soul spend eternity?

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Mission and Vision

A reposeful landscape in a new found leadership

The cardinal reason for building a new community has something to do, in fact, with the characteristic of our age; the fundamental needs of the constituency; especially the poor. this is a necessity over which the might of government can be of no avail, for the poor, and marginalized are in many ways, the people for which government exist. The deficiencies of the past are primarily brought about by mis- education. therefore; with a new thrust of education in combining work, study and social involvement, the management of a reposeful community begins, in this crucial times, with the government, but it ends with the people. Introduce therefore reforms in an effort to correct the past deficiencies and broaden the base of participation by the population in the development process. Initiate economic reform that will contribute to create an environment more conducive to sustained economic growth.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

RESOLUTION No. 25 Series of 2011

RESOLUTION AMENDING BARANGAY ORDINANCE NO. 20 SERIES OF 2006 AS AMENDED BY BARANGAY ORDINANCE NO. 31 SERIES OF 2011.

WHEREAS, this august body has enacted Ordinance No. 31 further amending Ordinance No. 20 series of 2006 as emended;

WHEREAS, the Honorable Barangay Captain has returned the said legislative measure with the suggestion that it be further amended Section 7 of Barangay Ordinance No. 20, series of 2006 as amended by the Barangay Ordinance No. 31, series of 2011 particularly on Section 7 thereof is hereby further amended;

WHEREAS, this ordinance shall take effect 30 days after its approval.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion Barangay Kagawad ROY DANTE OGURIDA, duly seconded by Barangay Kagawad EMERENCIANA L. SIGUA, a resolution amending Barangay Ordinance No. 20, Series of 2006 as amended by Barangay Ordinance No. 31, Series of 2011 is hereby approved.

APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on July 05, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

Monday, July 4, 2011

RESOLUTION No. 24 Series of 2011

On joint- motion of the proponent,  Kagawad EMERENCIANA L. SIGUA, chairman of the Committee on Education and Kagawad ROY DANTE OGURIDA, chairman of the Committee on Appropriation, duly seconded;

RESOLUTION CREATING THE BARANGAY CUTCUT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.

WHEREAS, this resolution aims to provide financial assistance to poor but deserving students who
want to pursue secondary education at any public school.

WHEREAS, One hundred (100) scholars/grantees shall be accommodated per school year

WHEREAS, the CUTCUT BARANGAY COUNCIL shall incorporate in the annual budget the funds to cover the implementation of this program.

WHEREAS, this program shall take effect beginning school year 2012-2013.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion Barangay Kagawad EMERENCIANA L. SIGUA, duly seconded by Barangay Kagawad ROY DANTE OGURIDA, a resolution creating the Barangay Cutcut Scholarship Program hereby unanimously approved.

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on July 05, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

Monday, June 20, 2011

RESOLUTION No. 21 Series of 2011

Resolution implementing Barangay ID System which will be the file maintenance system of the barangay to be used in keeping their records. The Barangay ID System will also be a census-like system of each resident of the barangay for each resident will now have an identification number containing their personal records. This is also based on the Memorandum Circular No. 2008-144 of the DILG issued last September 19, 2008.

WHEREAS, under the Local Government Code, barangays can compel all barangay residents within their jurisdiction to register.

WHEREAS, barangay residents shall have the option to apply for an ID card.

WHEREAS, a unique reference number (URN) will be assigned to each agency program member or registered barangay resident.

WHEREAS, Barangay Identification system will reduce the hard time procedure of accessing files and records they keep and store. The system will also be the census like system of the barangay for all of its constituents and new people who will live in the place. The system will be effective in maintaining, searching and storing of records of all resident in the barangay.

WHEREAS, The Barangay Identification system also benefits its residence for they will be accommodated easily for they will have an identification that can be used to access their accounts if there are some changes to be done in their part. It will also be easy for them in requesting some information and services because the barangay had already have it. This will also assure the residents that their information is properly secured and maintain through the manipulation of the proposed system.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion Barangay Kagawad ROY DANTE OGURIDA duly seconded by Barangay Kagawad JUANITO D. DAYRIT a resolution implementing Barangay ID System which will be the file maintenance system of the barangay to be used in keeping their records. The Barangay ID System will also be a census-like system of each resident of the barangay for each and every resident will now have an identification number containing their personal records hereby unanimously approved.    

RESOLVED, that this Resolution once approved and executed shall be valid and effective after fifteen days.

RESOLVED FINALLY, that copies of this resolution be furnished the office of the Punong Barangay, all
barangay outpost and all government agencies concerned.

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on June 07, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

RESOLUTION No. 19 Series of 2011

A Resolution requesting the Department of Social Welfare and Development – Angeles City, the City Council of Angeles and other government concerned to grant financial assistance each of the two (2) families who were affected by the fire last 27th of March 2011 chargeable to the 5% Calamity Funds.

WHEREAS, on the 27th day of March around 3:58 in the afternoon, a fire incident occurred in a residential house located at Rizal St., Ext., Cutcut, Angeles City.

WHEREAS, on the ocular inspection by the Bureau of Fire Protection appears, that there is no evidence gathered to proved that the said involved property was willfully, feloniously and intentionally set on fire.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion Barangay Kagawad ROY DANTE C. OGURIDA, duly seconded by Barangay Kagawad EMERENCIANA L. SIGUA in session assembled do hereby resolved as it hereby unanimously resolved approving this Resolution this 2nd day of April 2011 at Barangay Cutcut, Angeles City.

RESOLUTION No. 18 Series of 2011

A Resolution granting financial assistance amounting five thousand pesos (Php 5,000.00) each of the two (2) families who were affected by the fire which happened on the 27th of March 2011 and such amount is chargeable to the 5% Calamity Funds.

WHEREAS, on the 27th day of January around 3:58 o’clock in the afternoon, a fire incident occurred in a residential house located at #786 Rizal Extension, Barangay Cutcut, Angeles City.

WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of RA 8185, otherwise known as ‘An Act Amending Section 324 (d) of RA 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991’, (sic) its Implementing Rules and Regulations, and Executive Order No. 201 dated 26 April 2003, it is hereby clarified that the 5% local calamity fund of every local government unit (LGU) shall be utilized only for the relief, reconstruction, rehabilitation and other works and services, in connection with a calamity which occurred during the budget year. Under the aforesaid Act, calamity has been defined as a state of extreme distress or great misfortune caused by adverse event or natural force, causing widespread loss or extensive damage to livestocks, lives, crops and properties. Accordingly, any adverse event, such as but not limited to, acts of terrorism and spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) or other endemics, that could fall within the ambit of the definition of calamity defined by law, can be a legal basis for LGUs concerned to declare their own state of calamity.

WHEREAS, the Fund valid for used on relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction and other works or services in connection with man-made disasters resulting from unlawful acts of insurgents, terrorists and other criminals, as well as for disaster preparedness and other pre-disaster activities.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Barangay Kagawad ROY DANTE OGURIDA, duly seconded by Barangay Kagawad EMERENCIANA SIGUA in a session assembled, do hereby approved the financial assistance amounting to five thousand pesos (Php 5,000.00) each of the two (2) families who were affected by the fire last 27th of March 2011 chargeable to the 5% Calamity Funds.

RESOLUTION No. 13 Series of 2011

A RESOLUTION CREATING THE BARANGAY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

WHEREAS, Section 106 of the Local Government Code of 1991 mandates the LGU to organize a Local Government Council at the Province, city, municipal or barangay which shall assist the corresponding Sanggunian in setting the direction of economic and social development and coordinating development efforts within its territorial jurisdiction.

WHEREAS, the Barangay Development Council, pursuant to Section 107 of the same Code shall be headed by the Punong Barangay and shall be composed of members of the Sangguniang Barangay representatives of NGOs operating in the barangay who shall constitute not less than one forth (1/4) of the members of the fully organized council and a representative of the congressman;

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Kagawad FERNANDO A.BONDOC duly seconded by Kagawad ROY DANTE C. OGURIDA;

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on March 04, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

INTER-PUROK BASKETBALL TOURMENT 2011


2011 INTER-PUROK BASKETBALL TOURMENT
San Roque Basketball Court – Cutcut, Angeles City

We are cordially
inviting you to join the
INTER-PUROK BASKETBALL TOURMENT

Rules and Regulations of Basketball Tournament

          I.    ELIGIBILITY
a.     To be eligible to participate in this tournament, a player must be a resident of the Purok he represent for no less than six (6) months prior to the opening date and duly certified by the Designated Kagawad.
b.     He must not be a present member of any of country’s National Basketball Leagues (PBA, MBA, PBL).
c.     AGE REQUIREMENTS
·       MINI-MIDGET CATEGORY
ü     Must born after 1995
·       JUNIOR CATEGORY
ü     Must born after 1992
·       OPEN-AGE CATEGORY
ü     No age limit / NOTE: no imports
II.   Team composition
a.  Participating teams may have fifteen (15) players and all fifteen (15) players will be allowed to play in any game.
     b.   Only one team per purok
iii.   Uniforms
a.   No Team/Player shall be allowed to play without wearing the proper uniform (identical).
b.  The official number of the players begins from number 1 following by 2, 3, and 4 up to the last number of players.

iv.   REQUIREMENTS
 a. Mini-midget and Junior division shall provide a original copy of birth certificate & a valid I.D
V. LAST DAY OF SCREENING OF PLAYERS IN LOWER CATEGORY IS ON JUNE 04, 2011 AT CUTCUT BARANGAY HALL.
VI. league start june 05, 2011 parade 3:00pm

Any rule, which is not covered by this undertaking, shall be announced by the organizer as soon as the need arises. For inquiries, look for SK Chairman LADY LEINE SAGUN, Kagawad ROY OGURIDA , COMMISSIONER REGGIE SAGUN, MR. REINER CALMA.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

PABASA

Ang Pabasa ay ang pag-awit o pagbasa ng mga deboto sa mahabang pasyon ni Hesukristo. Ang nasabing pasyon na nasa anyong patula ay hango sa Bibliya ng mga Katoliko Romano. Ang grupo ng mang-aawit ay kakanta nang sabay sa saliw ng luma o bagong kanta, sinasamahan ng mga instrumento kung minsan upang mas masigla ang pagbabasa. Kadalasan ang pabasa ay idinadaos kapilya ng barangay. Ang pagbasa ng pasyon ay sinisimulan sa Miyerkoles Santo at tinatapos sa Biyernes Santo.

Halos lahat ng mga tao sa isang komunidad ay nakikisali sa gawaing ito, maliban lamang sa iba na may ibang pananamaplataya. May mga may-ari ng imahen na nagpapahiram ng kanilang poon, mayroon din naman na nagbibigay ng pera at pagkain bilang kontribusyon. Karaniwang salabat ang inihahaing inumin dito upang mapaganda at hindi mapaos ang boses ng kalahaok sa pagbsa ng pasyon.

Dito sa atinng barangay ang mga babae at ilang lalaki ay ginagawa ang pabasa sa loob ng kapilaya ng baryo o kaya naman ay sa bahay ng may-ari na magpapabasa. Gumagawa sila ng pansamantalang altar at lalagyan ito ng Krus o mga imahen na nauugnay sa pasyon katulad ng Kristung Makagapus, Desmayadu o Dolorosa. Kadalasan ay ipinapatong ang mga ito sa ibabaw ng altar na may mga bulaklak at mga nakasinding kandila. Ang pabasa ay ginaganap isang beses sa lahat ng Linggo ng Kuwaresma. 

Ang pasyon ay isang anyo ng sining. Ang unang bersyong Tagalog ay ang ginawa ni Gaspar Aquino de Belen, na may pamagat na Mahal na Pasion ni Jesu Christong Poon. Habang ang pinakatanyag ay ang Pasyong Genesis ni Mariano Pilapil (1814). Dahil sa gawa lamang ang mga ito ng mga ordinaryong tao ay tinuligsa ang mga ito ng mga prayleng Espanyol, sapagkat ang mga ito raw ay naglalaman ng mga pagsalungat sa itinuturo sa simbahan.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

RESOLUTION No. 10 Series of 2011


A RESOLUTION CALLING ON THE SUPREME COURT TO STOP ILLEGAL CONVERSION OF MUNICIPALITIES TO CITIES, PROTECT THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE, UPHOLD THE LAW AND RESPECT THE CONSTITUTION.

WHEREAS,    after declaring the sixteen (16) cityhood laws unconstitutional in ruling issued on August 24, 2010, the Supreme Court reversed the said decision once again, and reinstated its December 21, 2009 ruling, which affirmed the constitutionality of the said laws.

Whereas,    this is the third time that the Supreme Court has reversed itself on the issue of whatever or not the cityhood laws, which allow 16 municipalities to be converted into cities, is constitutional;

WHEREAS,    the constitutional provision states that no province, city, municipality or Barangay shall be created, divided, merged, abolished or its boundary substantially altered, except in accordance with the criteria established in the Local Government Code and subject to approval by a majority of the votes cast in a plebiscite in the political units directed affected;
Whereas,    the flip-flopping of the Supreme Court is unprecedented in its history and will set a bad precedent and will disturb the well-establish legal principles on finality and immutability of final judgments;
WHEREAS,    this action of the Supreme Court does not inspire confidence in our judicial processes and is another setback in our quest to restore the people’s faith in our judicial system;
WHEREAS,    the Supreme Court decision will only open the floodgates for more conversions of unqualified municipalities to become cities in violation of the express provisions of the Constitutional and the Local Government Code of 1991;
WHEREAS,    the Supreme Court ruling shall only cause confusion and instability in the development and planning process of Philippine cities and will seriously and adversely affect the delivery of basic services;
WHEREAS,    the Supreme Court decision will unduly reduce the income of Philippine Cities intended for anti-poverty, health, education and other equally significant programs aimed at improving the quality of their constituents;
WHEREAS,    League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) does not oppose the creation of cities per se; LCP is against the conversion of municipalities to cities which do not comply with the requirements under the Constitution and Republic Act No. 7160, as amended by Republic Act No. 9009;
WHEREAS,    League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP has endorsed and supported the conversion of the cities of Biñan and Dasmariñas; and LCP is also ready to endorse the conversion of qualified municipalities including Bacoor, Imus, Cabuyao and other progressive municipalities who may determined as qualified for conversions;

NOW THEREFORE, the Cutcut Barangay Council on behalf of its constituents and residents, hereby resolves to;

1.     URGE the Supreme Court to honor and uphold the mandates of the Constitution and the rule of law which is the basic foundation of our democratic system.

2.     Urge the Supreme Court to RESPECT the well-establish legal principles on finality of judgment and preserve the stability of our judicial and legislative.

3.     CALL on the Filipino people to safeguard the Supreme Court as the last bulwalk of democracy and the final arbiter of all judicial and constitutional issues.

4.     CALL on the Filipino people to join the effort and advocacy to Stop the illegal Conversion of Cities Protect the Local Government Code, Uphold the rule and Respect the Constitution.

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved as it is hereby resolved by the Cutcut Barangay Council in session assembled, that a resolution calling on the Supreme Court to stop illegal conversion of municipalities to cities, protect the local government code, uphold the law and respect the constitution.

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the copies of this Resolution be furnished the Supreme Court Justices and the League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) Secretariat for their information.

APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on March 04, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

RESOLUTION No. 09 Series of 2011

A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THANKS AND GRATITUDE TO BAGUMBAYAN HOMEOWNERS Association FOR ASSISTING THE BARANGAY IN THE DIFFERENT UNDERTAKINGS OF BAGUMBAYAN SUBDIVISION.

WHEREAS,    Bagumbayan Homeowners Association has always extended assistance to the Purok 5 (Bagumabayan Subd) during its undertakings and its other service-oriented programs, projects and activities; and

Whereas,    the aforesaid Homeowners Association deserve lasting thanks and gratitude for their selfless devotion to public service;

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Kagawad FERNANDO T. BONDOC duly seconded by Kagawad ROY DANTE OGURIDA;

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved as it is hereby resolved by the Cutcut Barangay Council in session assembled, that a resolution expressing Thanks and Gratitude to Bagumbayan Homeowners Association for assisting the Barangay in the different undertakings of Bagumbayan Subdivision.

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on March 04, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

RESOLUTION No. 08 SERIES OF 2011

A Resolution authorizing the Honorable Barangay Captain Cecilia C. Nepomuceno to ESTABLISH sisterhood ties with Barangay Sta Cruz, Porac, Pampanga.

WHEREAS,    Barangay Cutcut is cognizant of the rapid development and progress.

Whereas,    Barangay Cutcut desires to establish sister barangay ties with Barangay Sta Cruz, and;

WHEREAS,    such ties between the Barangay of Cutcut and Sta. Cruz, Porac, Pampanga would pave the way for cultural and trade exchange, and other beneficial and mutual relation;

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Kagawad ROY DANTE C. OGURIDA duly seconded by Kagawad EMERENCIANA L. SIGUA;

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved as it is hereby resolved by the Cutcut Barangay Council in session assembled, that a resolution authorizing the Honorable Barangay Captain Cecilia C. Nepomuceno to establish sisterhood ties with Barangay Sta Cruz, Porac, Pampanga.

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on March 04, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

Monday, February 7, 2011

RESOLUTION No. 06 Series of 2011

A RESOLUTION REQUESTING HONORABLE FRANKLIN DRILON, SENATOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES TO ALLOCATE FUNDS FROM HIS COUNTRYSIDE DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR THE PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT OF CUTCUT BARANGAY HALL IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED NINETY NINE PESOS AND SEVENTY FOUR CENTAVOS (P 1,851,299.74).

WHEREAS, the improvement of Cutcut Barangay Hall is a priority concern of this Barangay;

WHEREAS, Barangay Cutcut having limited funds and income necessitate the allocation for the improvements of Cutcut Barangay Hall;

WHEREAS, its proposed improvement of Cutcut Barangay Hall will be more advantageous and convenient, management-wise, resulting in increased efficiency in operations and improved services to the public.

WHEREAS, this august body and the people of Barangay Cutcut look up to Honorable Senator Franklin Drilon for support towards the realization of this endeavor.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Kagawad ROY DANTE C.OGURIDA duly seconded by Kagawad FERNANDO A. BONDOC;

RESOLVE, AS IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED, to adopt a resolution requesting Honorable FRANKLIN DRILON, Senator of the Republic of the Philippines to allocate funds from his countryside development fund for the proposed improvement of Cutcut Barangay Hall in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty One Thousand Two Hundred Ninety Nine Pesos and Seventy Four Centavos (P 1,851,299.74).

RESOLVED FURTHER, that copies of this resolution be forwarded to the Office of the Honorable Senator FRANKLIN DRILON and other government agencies concerned for their reference and guidelines.

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on February 08, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.

RESOLUTION No. 04 Series of 2011

A Resolution granting financial assistance amounting five thousand pesos (Php 5,000.00) each of the four (4) families who were affected by the fire which happened on the 17th of January 2011 and such amount is chargeable to the 5% Calamity Funds.

WHEREAS, on the 17th day of January around 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon, a fire incident occurred in a residential house located at # 307 Rosal St., Nepo Subd., Cutcut, Angeles City.

WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of RA 8185, otherwise known as ‘An Act Amending Section 324 (d) of RA 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991’, (sic) its Implementing Rules and Regulations, and Executive Order No. 201 dated 26 April 2003, it is hereby clarified that the 5% local calamity fund of every local government unit (LGU) shall be utilized only for the relief, reconstruction, rehabilitation and other works and services, in connection with a calamity which occurred during the budget year. Under the aforesaid Act, calamity has been defined as a state of extreme distress or great misfortune caused by adverse event or natural force, causing widespread loss or extensive damage to livestocks, lives, crops and properties. Accordingly, any adverse event, such as but not limited to, acts of terrorism and spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) or other endemics, that could fall within the ambit of the definition of calamity defined by law, can be a legal basis for LGUs concerned to declare their own state of calamity.

WHEREAS, the Fund valid for used on relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction and other works or services in connection with man-made disasters resulting from unlawful acts of insurgents, terrorists and other criminals, as well as for disaster preparedness and other pre-disaster activities.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Barangay Kagawad ROY DANTE OGURIDA, duly seconded by Barangay Kagawad JUANITO D. DAYRIT in a session assembled, do hereby approved the financial assistance amounting to five thousand pesos (Php 5,000.00) each of the four (4) families who were affected by the fire last 17th of January 2011 chargeable to the 5% Calamity Funds.

Approved, January 18, 2011.

RESOLUTION No. 03 Series of 2011

A RESOLUTION persuading the Honorable Barangay Chairman CECILIA C. NEPOMUCENO the non-issuance of Barangay Clearance and or Barangay Business Permit to Kennon Farms of Paradise, Cutcut, Angeles City.

WHEREAS, on the several occasions that the City Council ‘s Committee on Environment and Natural Resources had conducted an ocular inspection on Kennon Farm.

WHEREAS, upon the inspection, presence of maggots on the waste water drainage were visible, thus violating the RA 9275, known as Philippine Clear Water Act of 2004

WHEREAS, a very obnoxious odor emanating from the whole compound of Kennon Farm, most specially near the water treatment area, is also a violation of RA 8749 or Clean Air Act of 1999.

WHEREAS, pursuant to the said inspection and investigation Kennon Farm violate Environmental Laws.

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Kagawad ROY DANTE C. OGURIDA duly seconded by Kagawad GINA T. NULUD;

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved as it is hereby resolved by the Cutcut Barangay Council in session assembled, that a resolution persuading the Honorable Barangay Chairman CECILIA C. NEPOMUCENO, the non-issuance of Barangay Clearance and or Barangay Business Permit to Kennon Farms of Paradise, Cutcut, Angeles City.

APPROVED in regular session assembled by Cutcut Barangay Council held on January 11, 2011 at the Cutcut Barangay Hall, Angeles City.
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