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A POULTRY that has been operating in Ormoc City for more than nine years now, reportedly without a business permit and necessary licenses, has been issued a Cease and Desist Order (CDO) in the morning of Friday, February 1, 2019. 

The poultry, located in Brgy. Catmon, is owned by former Ormoc mayor Eric Codilla. They now have applied for a “new” business permit for AOG Enterprises. 

The CDO was served by the City Administrator’s Office represented by Ruel Cañete, OIC Business, Permits, and Licensing Officer Joel Mendoza and Aida Kiamco, and witnessed by Sangguniang Barangay Member (SBM) Ma. Theresa Mabilangan.  read more

235 register new biz in 2019

ORMOC CITY has 235 new businesses that have registered this year 2019, resulting in a P 20-million hike in the City’s income for business taxes, said Joel Mendoza, OIC of the Business, Permits and Licensing Office. 

For 2019, the City stands to collect a total of P 120,958,603.74 from business tax assessments from a previous of 99,039,192.72. 

Of the 235 new business, 70 are retailers; 148 are services and 9 are manufacturers which are deemed labor intensive, and 8 are banks and financial institutions.  read more

Villasencio wins vs. protest

MERIDA, LEYTE – Question about the residency of Engr. Rolando Marson Villasencio, who is running for Mayor in this town in the May 2019 polls, was settled this week after the municipal judge ordered the inclusion of his name, and that of his wife Marites, in the registry of voters for Brgy. Puertobello where they are now residing.

The protest against Villasencio was filed by Puertobello resident Pedrito Abapo, a known supporter of incumbent mayor Marcos Antonio Solaña whom Villasencio is challenging. He protested against Villasencios’ transferring as voters in their barangay, saying they had not met the required number of months to be considered as resident. The protest was initially approved by the Election Registration Board with a 2-1 vote, but Villasencio appealed it to the Municipal Circuit Trial Court (MCTC) Merida-Isabel circuit by filing a petition for inclusion. read more

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