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Alagar lauds 2 provinces for declaring Reds unwelcome

By Jigger J. Jerusalem Correspondent . CAMP Alagar has welcomed the move of two provinces in the region in declaring the Communist Party of the Philippines -New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) unwelcome in their respective jurisdictions. In a statement on Tuesday, Brig. Gen. Rafael Santiago Jr., PNP-10 regional director, has commended …

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Dads approve annual budget of Puntod

THE BARANGAY Council of Puntod can now implement its projects and programs planned for 2019. This, after the City Council has adopted a resolution returning to the Barangay Council of Puntod its ordinance covering the Annual Budget 2019 with the information that said ordinance is in order and may be …

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Alleged drug pusher, minor nabbed in buy-bust op

By Jigger J. Jerusalem Correspondent . TWO persons, including a minor, were apprehended by anti-narcotics agents for possession of illegal drugs in a coastal village here late Monday night. Operatives from the Regional Police Drug Enforcement Unit, Macabalan police, and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency were able to confiscate about 56.2 …

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Dads ink pact for drug test of city hall workers

THE city government and the Regional Laboratory of Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-10 (PDEA-10) will be collaborating for the conduct of mandatory drug testing of all officials and employees. This after the City Council approved Ordinance No. 13707-2019, authorizing City Mayor Oscar Moreno to enter into and sign the Memorandum of …

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Envi committee looks into concern of homeowners

THE City Council committee on environment and natural resources chaired by Councilor Enrico Salcedo recently discussed the petition of the Morning Mist Village Homeowners Association, Inc. (MMVHOA) that the members be excluded from the collection of garbage tipping fees This is in relation to  City Ordinance No. 13378-2018, known as …

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City council accredits more CSOs

THROUGH separate resolutions, the City Council accredited two more civil society organizations in the city’s Local Special Bodies. This, after the City Planning and Development Office endorsed the applications for accreditation of the Oro Transport Service Cooperative and the Bukidnon Transport Multi-Purpose Cooperative, noting that these groups have complied with …

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Commies claim it still has people’s support

By Jigger J. Jerusalem Correspondent . DESPITE being declared as unwelcomed by some municipalities in Misamis Oriental, the New People’s Army (NPA) has maintained that they still have the support of the people. “The people remain warm in accommodating the Party and Red armies in their communities,” said Ka Norsen …

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