ore than 7,000 business establishment owners in this city are expected to crowd the Naga City People’s Mall beginning January 5 to 23, next year, for processing of their business permits and renewal of business licenses thru its Business One Stop Shop (BOSS) fast licensing scheme.
Given the impressive economic gains that the city was able to meet in the year that is about to close, City Mayor John Bongat assured local businessmen here that the city’s economic dynamism will continue to rise and flourish in 2015 and the years ahead.
Vegetable, corn and rice farmers in this city suffered heavy losses on crops amounting to more than P7M due to Typhoon Ruby that hit the Bicol Region last Dec. 6, reports gathered by the City Agriculture Office (CAO) revealed.
The PCIC provides P10,000 as insurance claim for every hectare of damaged rice field and P20,000 for each hectare of corn field.
More exciting and colorful events will be witnessed by residents and guests in the coming days as the city celebrates its Kamundagan Festival in the merry month of December.
Huge crowd of city residents and guests at picturesque Plaza Rizal and Plaza Quezon here cheered and clapped their hands as lights were finally switched on the city’s 34-feet-high giant Christmas tree and replica of a Christmas village.
The City Veterinary Office (CVO) here is taking three approaches to ensure that every Nagueño family is protected from contaminated meat products.