TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol, June 28 (PIA)–President Benigno S. Aquino III has declared July 2, which falls on a Monday, as a special (non-working) day in Tagbilaran City in the province of Bohol in celebration of its 46th Charter Day.
The Chief Executive issued the declaration through Proclamation No. 417 signed by Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa Jr. on June 27, to give the people of Tagbilaran City the full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.
The city marks the commemoration of its Charter Day on July 1, which falls on a Sunday.
President Aquino granted the request of the Eleventh Sangguniang Panlungsod to declare July 2 as a special (non-working) day instead of July 1 in the city.
Tagbilaran became a chartered city on July 1, 1966 by virtue of Republic Act No. 4660. (PIA/PCOO)
PRESIDENT Benigno S. Aquino III vowed on Wednesday to continue his advocacy to rid government of corruption and eradicate poverty by pursuing the removal and prosecution of other corrupt officials in government and implementing further reforms in order to sustain the momentum gained from his advocacy.
In his speech keynoting the International Conference on Public Administration and Governance, a gathering of governance experts, at the EDSA Shangri-La Hotel in Mandaluyong City, the President enjoined all Filipinos to join him in this campaign.
“Clearly, our reforms have won us momentum. And it is up to us, to all of us—whether in the private or public sector—to maintain this momentum,” the President said.
“There remain serious challenges ahead. The problem of poverty is one that must be solved. There are still corrupt officials who will be prosecuted and jailed. The changes we envision are massive, and these changes cannot be enacted by a single office. We have to do it together,” he added.
He pointed out that by endeavoring to achieve this feat as a whole would ensure that this “dream” would be completed faster.
“Through our shared efforts, we are beginning to realize the dreams we share with the Filipino people. We have, in fact, been steadily and noticeably upgrading the Filipino dream.
With your help — imagine the impossibilities we can make possible, and achieve,” the President said. (PCCO)
TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol, June 27 (PIA)–Nipahimangno ang mga tinugyanan sa Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) sa publiko nga likayan una ang pagkaon sa tanang matang sa mga kinhason nga makuha sa kadagatan sa syudad tungod sa red tide.
Gibutyag ni Cresencio Pahamutang, ang tinugyanan sa BFAR nga gawas sa Tagbilaran bay area, mikatap na ngadto sa walo ka barangay sa syudad ang red tide.
Una nang nipahimangno sa miaging mga adlaw ang BFAR sa paglikay sa pagkaon sa tanang matang sa kinhason dinha sa Causeway nga gitaliwad-an sa Dauis ug Tagbilaran.
Apan sa usa ka radio interview ganinang buntag, gibutyag ni Pahamutang nga mikatap na usab ang red tide sa kadagatan sa Poblacion 1, Mansasa ug Poblacion 2 nga adunay taas nga red tide organism samtang ang kadagatan sa Bool, Cogon, Booy, Taloto ug Manga
nakitaan usab og red tide organism.
Gitambagan ang publiko nga likayan una ang pagkaon sa tanang matang sa mga kinhason nga makuha niining mga dapita hangtud sa tukmang panahon nga ilibkas na sa BFAR ang ilang red tide advisory.
Ang red tide namugna tungod sa climatic condition ug nakatampo usab niini ang mga gikan nga hugaw sa tawo ug mga hayopan nga mabanlas sa dagat gumikan sa mga pag-uwan.
On June 23, 2012, Auza.Net formally opened its business services center located at Rm 1, K of C Building, K of C Drive, Tagbilaran City. The center offers digital printing, color photocopy, international fax, online marketing, on-the-job training, Linux training and many more.
The company has reached nearly 8 years of providing Bohol with premium internet connection and website development services catering mostly to the local market. It now expands its services to cater to the needs of businesses, professionals and students in the area.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was led by the company’s technology consultant, Engr. Jerome Auza, together with his wife, Dr. Elva Auza and the blessing of the office was officiated by Fr. Desiderio “Kiking” Magdoza of the Our Lady of Lourdes Parish. The celebration was attended by close family and friends with the company’s on-the-Job trainees.
Beginning Monday, the Auza.net Business Services Center will be providing the following services:
On-the-Job Training and lectures for IT and Computer Students
Linux Download and Installation
Introduction to Linux for Office and Home Use
Colored/black and white Printing
Bulk printing and scanning
Fax (Local, National and International)
ID and photo printing
Cell phone loading
The Bohol ICT Council represented by Chairperson Ms. Leah T. Magno and vice chair Engr. Jerome Auza, attended the Regional Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Conference on June 19, 2012 at the City Sports Club Cebu, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. The conference was organized by the Private Sector Promotion (SMEDSEP) Program of the Department of Trade and Industry – Region VII (DTI-7) and the German International Cooperation (GIZ) and the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI).
Together with Magno and Auza are Ms. Marietta Gasatan, President of the Bohol Chamber of Commerce, Atty. Lucas Nunag, Chairperson of the Bohol Provincial Tourism Council, Ms. Inday Dominise of the Bohol Investment and Promotions Center, representatives from DTI-Bohol and other MSME stakeholders in Bohol.
Magno discussed about the opportunities and challenges in the IT industry in Bohol during the “Conversations on the Development of IT-Enabled Services” while Nunag shared experiences in the tourism industry in Bohol during the “Conversations on the Development of the Tourism Sector”
The conference participants were welcomed by Mr. Prudencio J. Gesta, President of the CCCI. Cebu City Mayor Michael L. Rama, Dr. Volker Steigerwald, Program Manager of GIZ – Private Sector Promotion (SMEDSEP) Program, and Ms. Asteria C. Caberte, Regional Director of DTI-7 gave keynote messages.