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Moreno unfazed

By Nitz Arancon, Correspondent INCUMBENT and re-elected Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Oscar Moreno will not be stepping down from office anytime soon even as the Ombudsman has rejected his motion for reconsideration in connection with the administrative case filed against him by a former village chair. It is business …

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Acenas tries City Hall takeover anew

By Cong B. Corrales, Associate Editor AFTER an unsuccessful takeover of City Hall last year, Vice Mayor Caesar Ian Acenas is at it again. In his letter to the Department of Interior and Local Government Regional Director Arnel Agabe, dated June 28, Acenas “officially” informed DILG that he “will forcedly[sic] …

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Mordeno to file an appeal at CA

By LITO RULONA, Correspondent The Legal counsel of embattled City Mayor Oscar Moreno would file an appeal before the Court of Appeals (CA) after the Office of the Ombudsman denied his motion for reconsideration for the controversial Ajinomoto case. Lawyer Dale Bryan Mordeno, chief legal counsel of Moreno said he …

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City council fails to override Oca’s veto

By LITO RULONA, Correspondent and CONG B. CORRALES, Associate Editor Members of the Padayon Pilipino have failed to override the veto message of City Mayor Oscar Moreno during the last session of the 17th City Council yesterday at Sangguniang Panglungsod session hall. Vice Mayor Cesar Ian Acenas said there is no need …

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Moreno vetoes budget

By Cong B. Corrales, Associate Editor The City Council known to obstruct initiatives of Mayor Oscar Moreno convenes for the last time today with the mayor issuing a veto of the 2016 Appropriation Ordinance on Friday. It remains to be seen if the Padayon Pilipino could muster at least 12 …

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Amend CCTV, helmet laws, urges cop chief

By LITO RULONA Correspondent CITY police director Senior Supt. Faro Antonio Olaguera’s proposal to amend two ordinances in an effort to improve law enforcement in the city has gained support from the city council’s committee on police, fire and public safety. Olaguera said he wanted the law on closed-circuit television …

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