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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