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Earthquake  in Batangas  on 7 April 2017

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TANGANING MACIERTO AN OPERASYON: PNR Bikol binubuhay kan Mla

November 3, 2016 by bicolmail in Bikol News

Kun daing sustento bulan-bulan an Philippine National Railways (PNR) Manila sa operasyon kan PNR Bikol dagos nang paralisado an viaje kaini, si dating viajeng Ciudad nin Naga asin Ciudad nin Legaspi dai na nakakabuelta envez Naga Station na sana asta Barangay Mantalisay, Libmanan, Camarines Sur dai na nakaantos sa estasyon kan perrokaril sa Sipocot, CamSur.

An dahilan palyado na an sarong makina na naggugoyod kan train, efecto kaini halipot nang distancia  an  kayang antuson kaya dai na nagdederetso si viaje kan commuter train haling Naga Station hasta sa Sipocot Station alagad pinipirit giraray an viaje nin Sipocot Station kun mga aldaw sana nin Lunes, Miercules asin Viernes, sabi ni Division Manager Jose Florece.
Maabot sa on milyon pesos  an  bulanan  na subsidia para sa maintenance and operation asin sueldo nin mga empleado kabale sa mga guwardiya.   An pagpalyar kan makina asin pagparalipot kan viaje kaini sa railroad towns kan Camarines Sur asin sa provincia nin Albay nagresulta na nin dakulang pagkalugi nin cincuenta por ciento sa aroaldaw na ingreso kan manijamiento lokal.
Sa entrevista ka Bicol Mail ki Florece, sinabi kaini na kan nagkakaigwa pa nin regular na viaje an train haling Naga pasiring sa Legaspi an average nindang koleksyon aroaldaw nagaabot sa P30 mil na dai na kaipuhan an bulanan na suporta finansyal kan Manila alagad sa ngonian naghuros na sana sa P15 mil na nagaabot ini sa P450 mil pesos cada bulan.
Pinundo si viaje kan Naga-Legaspi huli kan problema sa relis kan perrokaril na pueding gikanan nin diskarel kan mga kotse. An decicion kan manijamiento  iwalat na sana an regular na viaje kan commuter train haleng Naga hasta Sipocot.
Alagad nadagdagan naman nin problema kan magraot-raot an makina kan commuter train, limitado na sana an viaje hasta Brgy. Mantalisay, Libmanan.  Sa Camara-Baja, si Congresista Gabby Bordado kan tercer distrito kan Camarines Sur nagpahayag na saiya nang tinututokan na iimplementar an concretong rehabilitasyon kan PNR sa paagi kan sinangat niyang house bill.
An serbisyo kan perrokaril saro sa hinahalat kan mga Bikolano huli ta barato an flete asin kun marealisar an proyecto dakulang tabang sa economia sa rehiyon Bikol.   Kaipuhan an modernong kotse, concretong relis asin tulay nganing dai na apudon an PNR na ‘’Permi Nalang Raot-raot’’, sabi pa ni Bordado.  Kan nagtalikod na administrasyon ni Presidente Benigno Aquino III igwa nang nakatagamang P171 bilyon para sa sinambit na proyecto.                   (DPA)

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Legazpi, 9 other Bicol LGUs get ‘Seal of Good Local Governance’

November 3, 2016 by bicolmail in Top Stories

By Emmanuel P. Solis

LEGAZPI CITY — This major Bicol city was among the 306 local government units (LGUs) across the country which received the “2016 Seal of Good Local Governance Award” (SGLG) award from the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) for its good governance practices.
Mayor Noel E. Rosal announced Friday that DILG Secretary Ismael Sueno and Sen. Sonny Angara handed a plaque of recognition and P3M check to him and DILG-Legazpi Director Elmer Villanueva during the awards ceremonies held Thursday last week in Manila.
Rosal said the SGLG award is the highest recognition given by DILG to an LGU in its performance in the areas of financial administration, social protection and disaster preparedness.
He said the three other criteria in the award include business friendliness and competitiveness, peace and order, and environmental management.
“The SGLG award will inspire our investors to do more business in the city,” Rosal said.
He said the P3M that came with the award can be used to implement important projects and programs of the city administration.
Rosal said the award would also help the city hurdle one of the requirements for securing approval of loans in the bank.
In the Bicol region, the LGUs that received the 2016 SGLG award were the provinces of Catanduanes, Camarines Norte
and Sorsogon; the four cities of Legazpi, Ligao, Masbate and Sorsogon; and in the municipalities category – Tigaon, Camarines Sur; Virac, Catanduanes; and Mobo, Masbate.
Nationwide, the 2016 SGLG award produced 306 winners — 43 in the provinces level, 51 cities and 212 municipalities.
The SGLG was launched by DILG in January 2014 to challenge LGUs to continue good governance practices while providing better services. It originated from the “Seal of Good Housekeeping” program that was introduced in 2010.

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