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Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. has appealed anew to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) to approve the 2013 Annual Budget, even as he rallied the incumbent and newly elected board members to work together for the progress of Negros Occidental.
"I appeal to the SP to approve the budget now. The election is over," he said in a press conference yesterday.
The governor claims that since the disapproval of the budget was politically-motivated, there is no more reason to further delay its approval as the election is over.
"Let’s work together, let’s forget politics. Come 2016, maybe we will fight again, but for now, let us unite and talk to each other for the future of this province," he added.
Some people say the extraordinary appearance of the sun at 12noon of May 2, 2013, was already a sign of the times. This photo was taken by Josephine Diaz, employee of the Bacolod Traffic Authority Office (BTAO).
Actually, in the other shots of Jo, first a bloodstain looked dropped in the outer light of the sun. But as the time went nearer at 12 high noon, the blood spot slowly moved to the center of the sun, until it looked like a bloodstain dropped at the center of the sun, and surrounding the sun seemed a bloody color too.
Fire investigators esti-mated at least P2 million worth of properties were damaged by fire that broke out at about 6:45AM, yesterday along Lizares Avenue, Brgy. 40 in Bacolod City, near the chapel of UNO-R.
Fire Investigator 1 (FO1) Jerson Ganaba reported to NDB that three estab-lishments namely; DAAL-CO, Kabalagnan Office and Marby’s Internet Cafi damaged by fire which allegedly originated at the ceiling of the said internet cafi.
Thick black smoke attracts (L) early morning joggers and motorists along Lizares Avenue near a chapel at UNO-R yesterday when a P2M fire caused damage to properties of three establishments.* (RGT/ NDB photo)
The St. La Salle Academy for Arts and Culture (SLAAC) showcased the talents of its graduates at the summer workshops Graduation Performance held in Gallaga Theater last May 17.
Fifty-twoworkshoppers from the different classes: Stage Production by Tanya Lopez and Jaime Chua, Popular Piano by Gerry Grey, Voice by Romeo Gamilla and Serry Repique, Creative Writing for Beginners by Jonathan Davila, De la Salle Shidokan Karate Clinic by Dennis Ferrales and Lope Jan Alcazar, and Basic Acting for Kids & Teens by Nonilon Torpez and Adelyn Maluluy-on, received their certificates of completion in the event where art became a venue for students’ transformation.
The students from the St. La Salle Academy for Arts and Culture Voice Class during the summer workshops Graduation Performance at the Gallaga Theater last May 17.*
After taking their oath of office before Judge Ray Allan Drilon, re-elected councilors under the banner of Magnificent 7, Councilors El Cid Familiaran, Archie Baribar and Sonya Verdeflor assured to give their best for the welfare of Bacolod City. They are called the "three musketeers" coming from First Five to Magnificent 7 and down to 3, they expressed gratitude to all Bacolodnons who supported and inspired them to continue the battle.
They said that it was a difficult campaign but then it was sustained to the finish considering that many people have appreciated what they have done to the city in their first three year term. We value and consider this fresh mandate, the 3 musketeers said.
Judge Ray Alan Drilon administers the oaths of office of the elected councilors of Bacolod City, namely, Sonya Verdeflor, Archie Baribar and El Cid Familiaran (l-r), yesterday.* (Capitol photo)
Bayan Muna Rep. Atty. Neri Colmenares at Purok Katilingban, Barangay Banago recently for the distribution of assistance to the fire victims.* (Owen S. Bayog/NDB photo)
Never have Negrenses been in a quandary as to which story to believe in - that the CIDG raiding team had found scores of the 90 firearms seized from the Mayor Magdaleno Peña compound in Pulupandan were not licensed. And that he also had several pounds of explosives recovered by the raiders inside the Peña compound.
Peña had come out with the statement that all the firearms have licenses under the name of corporations which he reportedly owns. It seems that until yesterday, he had failed to produce the said licenses.
Then, we have the statement by SPO1 Rosendo Bursal, Jr. in a sworn affidavit that he denied having seen the recovery of the explosives in the compound as with the CIDG raiders.
But later, he also issued another affidavit denying his first version of the claims that there was never that explosive. And he claims that he had been forced to sign the denial.
CIDG, however, just went ahead and filed the charges against Magsie before the DOJ in Manila. Actually, the CIDG had come all the way from Manila to stage the raid on the Peña residence in Ubay, Pulupandan.