The city government thru the Naga City Ecology Park Botanical, Zoological and Recreational Center Development (BZRCD) Task Force is finalizing the blueprint for the Naga City Ecological Park’s physical improvement to ensure its optimal utilization as recreation center.
The Bicol Business Month is an annual activity spearheaded by the Metro Naga Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the strong support of the City Government of Naga and various partner agencies from both the government and private sectors.
The P10-M structure will also accommodate the central communication center’s sub-component called the Unified Rapid Response Team which is composed of personnel from different agencies each representing the police, medical and investigative, and that of other group of personnel who compose the standby force tasked to respond 24/7 to any emergency situations.
This pilgrim city since last week began identifying roads and parcels of lots where ambulant vendors coming from outside of the city will be allowed to display and sell their wares.
Jian Cayla Salazar, a medical student, shone the brightest among the 19 other candidates who vied for the most coveted Ms. Bicolandia title in the region’s most prestigious beauty competition.
Since 1952, the PSAI, a non-stock, non-profit professional organization, has been conducting annual conferences to discuss issues that need to be addressed by the statistics community and stakeholders of statics.
The preparation for the pageant is focused on recruitment of candidates that will go on until August 27 when the screening of candidates, which will be conducted at the Avenue Convention Plaza, is scheduled. Public presentation of the candidates will be held at the poolside of Avenue Plaza Hotel including the photoshoot on the same day.
The Sangguniang Panlungsod of Naga recognized the exemplary works of Dr. Bombase through Resolution No. 2016-220, congratulating and commending her performance. The resolution was sponsored by City Councilors Cecilia V. De Asis, Elmer S. Baldemoro and Ray-An Cydrick G. Rentoy.
We are very much thankful for the enduring support and trust of our citizenry. Amidst decadent strategies to divide us, we have remained united. We have shunned the temptation of exchanging short-term gratification over long-term success and prosperity.
A roaring economy, flourishing trade and commerce, and laudable performance spurred by best practices in local governance and efficient delivery of services are the indisputable triumphs that the present city leadership under the helm of Mayor John G. Bongat has achieved in its first six years of administration.
The idea came up during presentations in a workshop by 42 forest protectors which include barangay officials and barangay tanod (watchmen) whose villages are within the coverage of the protected areas of this city and the neighboring town of Calabanga.
A study submitted by Francisco Mendoza, acting manager of the CBT, to the city council showed that for the use of four toilets alone, FPM Corp. could have earned about P1.4 million from collecting fees of P5 per person. Based on its fee collections of at least P40 per passenger from bus companies, FPM could have earned at least P18.8 million a year.
Mayor Bongat added that the ongoing construction of Robinsons Place Naga at Almeda bypass highway at corner Roxas Avenue (Maharlika Diversion Road) will feature a BPO Center with its own building adjacent to the mall.
Grant of P20.8M from the Road Board and the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) for the supply and installation of modern traffic lights in 7 strategic points of the city.
Barangay Concepcion Pequena ranked first and was rewarded with P1,000,000 worth of project as a prize. Dayangdang and Pacol received P750,000 and P500,000 worth of projects for placing second and third, respectively.