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Arman Toga

CENECO’s Plus, Subdivisions Not for Cargo Trucks

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We can appreciate the improvements that CENECO has so far attained.

A few years back, a little wind and rain can easily trip off our power connections.

These days, even during stormy weather, we can still enjoy steady stream of electricity, at least in most areas it covers.

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Nothing is perfect though.

There are still areas where power supply easily trips off because Ceneco facilities there need to be upgraded.

Professional Regulation Commission at Bacolod People’s House Until January 15

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A team from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)-Iloilo is at the Bacolod City People’s House since yesterday until Thursday, January 15.

The PRC team is at the Masskara Hall of the People’s House to cater to applicants for examinations, initial registration, renewal and other PRC services.* (APT)



LPA, ‘Amihan’ but Storm

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Late last night we got inquiries on how true are “reports” in southern Negros that “a typhoon will hit that area tomorrow, Wednesday.”

They also asked us at NDB if it is also true that Pope Francis’ visit in Tacloban City and Palo, Leyte will be cancelled due to the same storm.

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Based on the latest weather report, Pagasa said the trough of Low Pressure Area (LPA) is causing rains in some areas of Mindanao and the Visayas.

Not Just America, British, France, Australia

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A reader of NDB has this to say on the exchanges between Bacolod Congressman Bing Leonardia and Mayor Monico Puentevella:

“Good p.m. NDB I’m your avid fan of your newspaper, I would like to tell the Mayor and Congressman to help building progress for Bacolod instead of blaming each other. Can you publish this in your column... 09496167328.”

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If you have your own say on issues, you may text to NDB text hotline 0919-911-2707.

We will give you a space.

Loud MobilePhone Talk, Heartless Corporate Meow

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Majority of Bacolodnons are just observing on the sidelines.

They hear and read about the exchanges of the camps of Congressman Bing Leonardia and Mayor Newks Puentevella.

They prefer to keep silent, but will only speak through the ballots.

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