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Baliwag Youth leaders attend nation builders summit.

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Baliwag Local Youth Development Officer and SK Presidents attended a 3-day Nation Builder’s Summit organized by the Council for the Restoration of the Filipino Values held at the Hotel Supreme, Baguio City from July 31 – August 2, 2019. With the aim to restore and relive the Filipino values as part of the nation building program of the government, Baliwag Local Youth Development Office in partnership with the SK Federation of Baliwag attended the said seminar. The three-day seminar and training is geared to develop community youth leaders of the values that an empowered young Filipino should have. Part of the program were discussions on the value of patriotism, honesty, integrity andand the importance of having a moral compass in publics service. Also, the program showcased the importance of respect, selfless love, and compassion as a community leader. SK Federation President James Viceo and Local Youth Development Officer Antonio Sablan Jr. were also there along with other SK Federation members and some SK Councilors of the 27 barangays of Baliwag. This is the 7th leg of the CRFV program which was also participated by more than 300 young leaders, faculty members, LYDOs and SK officials from different provinces across the nation.

john baliwagBaliwag Youth leaders attend nation builders summit.
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BENCHMARKING: CITY OF BACOLOD, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL

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On the first day, the Liga ng mga Licensing Officer of Bulacan made a courtesy call with the Provincial Director of DTI of Negros Occidental, Mrs. Lea Gonzales at Negosyo Center at 2F East Two Corporate Center cor. Circumferential Rd., Diola St., Villamonte, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental. The group was welcomed and entertained generously by the Director. The Director was also generous enough to let the Liga ng mga Licensing Officer of Bulacan use the function room for the seminar.

Busines Permit and Licensing Officer Atty. Aida S. Bernardino of Malolos City discussed the “Ease of Doing  Business: The Key Towards Local Competitiveness”.

 

Benchmarking: City Administrator John Orola and Permits and License Division Head Stela Rose Rayos welcomed the Liga ng mga Licensing Officers of Bulacan with our President Adriano Mendiola. The group paid a visit at Bacolod City Government Center as part of benchmarking on best practices on streamline business procedures of the city government. The province’s process on how business permits were processed was explained and showed to the group.

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List of Civil Society Organization/ Non-Government Organization “Posting of final update directory”

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No.Name of CSOs/ NGOsAddressPresident / Contact Person
1Ang Lingap sa Mamamayan, Inc.SubicDr. Martin Gonzales
2AOFC BaliwagCatulinanRonald Castro, Jr.
3Association of Baliuag CommutersSubicRod Merida
4Bagong Pag-asa Farmers AssociationCatulinanRenato dela Cruz
5Baliuag Animal RaiserCalantipayAurelia Maranan
6Baliuag Christian Ministers CouncilPinagbarilanPastor Rey Cruz
7Baliuag Cultural and Historical Association, Inc.Sta. BarbaraNirvana Bides
8Baliuag Goat RaiserTarcanRoberto Sacdalan
9Baliuag Green CooperativeHinukayJoven Guevarra
10Baliuag Integrated Rescue Association (BIRA)MakinabangManilyn Lopez
11Baliuag Support Team MPCPaitanRufino Ramos
12Baliuag Tourism CouncilPoblacionMrs. Jonnah N. Estrella / Edwin Bautista
13Baliwag All Ladies Emergency Response Team (B!ALERT)Sto. NiñoRowena Baldesimo
14Baliwag Assistance and Rescue Group Inc. (BARG)PoblacionArnel San Juan
15Baliwag Federation of Multi-Purpose CooperativePagalaVioleta Santiago
16Baliwag HumanitarianBagong NayonRizaleo Asinas
17Baliwag Local Council of Women (BLCW)Bagong NayonMrs. Jonnah N. Estrella
18Baliwag Muslim Affairs OfficePblacionAiman Amanoddin
19Baliwag Road & Events Action Coordinating Team (BREACT)PagalaRonaldo Santos
20BAMECCOPagalaClemente Labao
21Breastfeeding Bulakenya'sTarcanDreamy Rose Loquinario
22BTECConcepcionJosefina Cruz
23Bulacan Civil Registrar Association, Inc.DRTMr. Wilfredo Vardeleon
24Bulacan Medical SocietyBagong NayonDra. Adeline Gatmaitan
25Bulacan Seeds GrowersSan JoseAntonio de Jesus
26Calantipay Farmers CooperativeCalantipayLeoncia Cruz
27CASECHOMSulivanEvelyn de Guzman
28Catholic Womens LeaguePoblacionEpifania Mariano
29Chamber of Commerce of Industries of Baliwag, Inc.TangosBienvenido Gonzales
30Change Politics MovementTangosReynaldo Dela Cruz
31Citizens Organization for Peace and Unity (COPS)Ma. Lourdes Juat
32DeborahBagong NayonVicky Gan Li
33Federation of Baliuag TODAPoblacionCatalino Carpio
34Federation of Senior Citizens Associations of the Philippines – Baliuag ChapterBagong NayonNarciso Sta. Juana
35Greater Bulacan Livelihood Development CooperativeMakinabangFederico Pineda
36Guhit Pinas Bulacan-BaliwagSto. CristoKyla Kate Noble
37HOPE Farmer's AssociationPaitanRodel del Rosario
38Inner WheelConcepcionTessie Tagle
39Integrated Bar of the Philippines – BulacanMalolosAnel Antero
40Kabalikat ng BayanMarcos Salvador
41Kapisanan ng mga Dentista sa Bulacan (KADEBU)Sto. CristoDra. Loretta Cabrera
42Lando Salvador (Greenery Fire Rescue)SabangKaren Quaimbao
43MARESabangEvelyn Salvador
44Municipal Agricultural Fisheries CouncilTarcanRoberto Sacdalan
45Pangkat Saliksik ng Kasaysayan sa Baliuag (PASAKABA)Tarcan/PobacionAleli Canoza Pedrito Cabingao
46Philippine Nurses AssociationSan JoseMa. Lourdes Policarpio
47PMC Dairy FarmersConcepcionEliseo Gonzales
48Private Midwives Association of the Phils.MalolosMary Grace Cipriano
49Persons with Disabilities Affairs FederationSan JoseDulcisimo Berioso
50Sagip Buhay, Bulacan ClusterVDFJoshua Suyo III
51Saint Augustine Volunteer Emergency Response (SAVER)Sto. CristoAmado Mangalile
52Savers Multi-Purpose CooperativeSto. CristoAmado Mangalile
53Samahan ng Dating KapitanMatangtubigRemegio Quizon
54Samahang Pangkasaysayan ng Bulacan (SAMPAKA)PoblacionPedrito Cabingao / Isabelo Santos
55San Roque Dairy Farmers AssociationSan RoqueAdor Cano
56Silver Multi-Purpose CooperativeSan JoseReynaldo Santos
57Solo Star Parents FederationConcepcionJaime Quizon
58SoroptimistBagong NayonDr. Adeline Gatmaitan
59St. Augustine Credit CooperativeBagong NayonNormita Robles
60United Guardians Brotherhood Inc. (UGBI)Sonia Kubota
61Wing Amateur Radio Enthusiast Phils. Inc. (WARE PHILS)Sto.CristoMichael Lopez
62Wing Command Communication Club Inc. (DX3WCC-Wing Command)San JoseRonnie Clavio
63ZontaSan JoseDra. Patricia Lagunda
64SMCB ECO-AMBASSADORSPoblacionDaniel Andaya
65JCI BALIWAG BUNTALBagong NayonLee Edward Nicolas
66PYAP BALIWAG Pag-asa Youth AssociationBagong NayonEarl John Paiste
67BALIWAG JUNIOR OFFICIALSBagong NayonMarcus Del Poso
68BALIWAG YOUTH VOLUNTEERS FOR EMPOWERMENTBagong NayonPaul James Reyes
69RABBIT RAISERS & MEAT PRODUCERS COOPERATIVE (RRMPC)Sta. BarbaraNirvana SG. Bides
70ASSOCIATION OF RABBIT MEAT PRODUCERS, INC. (ARaMP)Sta. BarbaraNirvana SG. Bides
71Ves Riders Group (VRG Riders)PagalaVictor Sarmiento

Mark Anthony MillanList of Civil Society Organization/ Non-Government Organization “Posting of final update directory”
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NO SEGREGATION, NO COLLECTION

  • BAGONG NAYON
    BAGONG NAYON
  • BARANGCA
    BARANGCA
  • CALANTIPAY
    CALANTIPAY
  • CATULINAN
    CATULINAN
  • CONCEPCION
    CONCEPCION
  • HINUKAY
    HINUKAY
  • MAKINABANG
    MAKINABANG
  • MATANGTUBIG
    MATANGTUBIG
  • PAGALA
    PAGALA
  • PAITAN
    PAITAN
  • PIEL
    PIEL
  • PINAGBARILAN
    PINAGBARILAN
  • POBLACION
    POBLACION
  • SABANG
    SABANG
  • SAN JOSE
    SAN JOSE
  • SAN ROQUE
    SAN ROQUE
  • STA. BARBARA
    STA. BARBARA
  • STO.CRISTO
    STO.CRISTO
  • STO. NINO
    STO. NINO
  • SUBIC
    SUBIC
  • SULIVAN
    SULIVAN
  • TANGOS
    TANGOS
  • TARCAN
    TARCAN
  • TIAONG
    TIAONG
  • TIBAG
    TIBAG
  • TILAPAYONG
    TILAPAYONG
  • VDF
    VDF
  • PUBLIC MARKET
    PUBLIC MARKET

Truck No.BarangayTimeDayType of waste
1Tiaong7:00 AM – 12 :00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
1Tiaong7:00 AM – 12 :00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
1Virgen Delas Flores1:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
1Virgen Delas Flores1:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
2Poblacion 7:00 AM– 12 :00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
2Poblacion 7:00 AM – 12:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
2San Jose1:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
2San Jose1:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
3Tibag 7:00 AM – 12 :00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
3Tibag 7:00 AM – 12:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
3Subic1:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
3Subic1:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
4Sto. Niño7:00 AM– 10:00AMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
4Sto. Niño7:00 AM – 10: AMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
4Sto. Cristo11:00 AM – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
4Sto. Cristo11:00 AM – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
5Barangca7:00 – 9 :30amMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
5Barangca7:00 – 9:30 amTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
5Paitan9:30 AM – 12:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
5Paitan9:30 AM – 12:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
5Public Market / Parks and Monument4:00 – 8:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
5Public Market / Parks and Monument4:00 – 8:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
6Piel7:00 – 9:00 AMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
6Piel7:00 – 9:00 AMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
6Hinukay9:30 -12:00 AMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
6Hinukay9:30 -12:00 AMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
6San Roque1:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Monday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
6San Roque1:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
7Tilapayong7:00 – 9:00 AMMonday, Wednesday, Friday and SundayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
7Tilapayong7:00 – 9:00 AMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
7Catulinan9:30 AM -12:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
7Catulinan9:30 AM -12:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
7Sulivan1:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
7Sulivan1:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
8Pagala7:00 AM – 12: PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
8Pagala7:00 AM – 12: PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
8Matangtubig1:00 – 2:30 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
8Matangtubig1:00 – 2:30 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
8Calantipay2:30 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
8Calantipay2:30 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
9Bagong Nayon7:00 – 12:00PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
9Bagong Nayon7:00 – 12:00PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
9Tangos1:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
9Tangos1:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
10Concepcion7:00 am – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
10Concepcion7:00 am – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
Barangay TruckSta Barbara7:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
Barangay TruckSta Barbara7:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
Barangay TruckMakinabang7:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
Barangay TruckMakinabang7:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
Barangay TruckTarcan7:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
Barangay TruckTarcan7:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
Barangay TruckSabang7:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
Barangay TruckSabang7:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)
Barangay TruckPinagbarilan7:00 – 5:00 PMMonday, Wednesday and FridayBiodegradable (Nabubulok)
Barangay TruckPinagbarilan7:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday, Thursday and SaturdayNon-Biodegradable (Hindi na bubulok)

NOTE:

 Ang mga basurang na Reresiklo ( Recyclable Waste) ay maaring ipalit sa Palit basura store o sa Climate Change Center.

Ang mga basurang Toxic and Hazardous Waste ay kukulektahin tuwing unang Linggo ng Buwan. Ilagay ito sa tamang lalagayan kagaya ng karton o container.

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Museo Ni Mariano Ponce, Pinasinayaan

Kuha ni Eugene Demata

Binigyang diin at tampok dito, ang mga naiambag ni Mariano Ponce sa pagkakamit ng kalayaan ng bansa.

Ayon sa saliksik, si Mariano Ponce ay tumulak sa Espanya pagkatapos ng kanyang pag-aaral ng Medisina sa Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas. Doon ay nakilala niya sina Rizal, Del Pilar at marami pang mga Pilipino na noon ay nagsisimulang labanan ang mga Kastila. Siya ay nahalal bilang kalihim ng Samahang Filipino-Hispanico at naging matalik na kaibigan ni Rizal. Sinasabing naging matalik na kaibigan si Rizal nina Marcelo del Pilar at Jose Rizal at siya na nga ang nabuhay ng pinakamatagal hanggang siya ay bawian ng buhay sa edad na 54.

Kuha ni Eugene Demata

Tampok sa museong ito ang mga papel na ginampanan at naiambag ni Mariano Ponce bilang isang manunulat, repormista, poklorista, propagandista, asemblyman at isang mabuti at tapat na kaibigan.

Ayon pa sa paglalahad masasabing isa siyang tapat na kaibigan dahil naging abala si Ponce sa pagaasikaso sa libing ni Teodora Alonzo, ina ni Rizal, noong 1912 habang siya ay isang Asemblyman. Siya din ang nagalaga kay Marcelo Del Pilar sa kanyang mg huling araw at siya din ang nagbigay ng magandang sombrero na may burdang bandila ng Pilipinas kay Blumentritt. Si Ponce din ang nagtatag sa batas ng pagkakatatag ng Pambansang Aklatan ng Pilipinas. Siya ang tagapangulo ng Komite sa Aklatan.

Panauhin sa pasinaya ang Pambansang Alagad ng Sining at Dating Dekano sa Kolehiyo ng Sining at Literatura sa Unibersidad ng Pilipinas Diliman, Virgilio Almario Jr. at NHCP Chair Dr. Rene Escalante.

Bantayog ni Mariano Ponce (Kuha ni Eugene Demata)

 

Photo by Johnnie Gonzales


Photo by Eugene Demata

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Plano Ng Barangay (BDRRMP) Siniyasat Ng Office Of The Civil Defense

Nito lamang Pebrero 01, 2019 ay bumisita ang tanggapan ng Office of the Civil Defense, Regional Office III sa bayan ng Baliwag, upang suriin ang Barangay Disaster Plans ng dalawamput pitong Barangay sa ating Munisipalidad. Ang aktibidad na ito ay binigyan ng pansin ng ating Punong Bayan, Mayor Ferdie Estrella, upang masiguro ang kalidad ng bawat plano, patungkol sa kaligtasan ng bawat Baliwagenyo sakaling magkaroon man ng hindi inaasahang kalamidad saan mang Barangay saating Bayan.

 

Pinadalo sa nasabing BDRRM Plan review sina Ginoong Alvin Lee Asuro (MDRRMO), Engr. Nemencio De Leon (MPDC), Mr. Gerard Mhel Tolentino (SWO-III), at si Ms. Brenda Bernardo (PDO-III). Nasa nasabing Pagsisiyasat rin si Ginoong Jayfie Nasarro (MLGOO) ng DILG upang gabayan ang bawat barangay at ang Munisipalidad sa nasabing pag susuri ng OCD.

Pinangunahan ni Richard Santos (Plans and Programs Chief), Liezel Cayanan at Gerry Verdoz( Plans and Programs Staff) mula sa OCD.

Dinaluhan ng dalawamput anim na Barangay ang nasabing pagsusuri na binuo ng Barangay Secretary, Barangay Treasurer at Barangay Kagawad na responable sa Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.

 

Ang mga nasabing Barangay na nagdaan sa matagumpay na BDRRM Plan Assessment ay ang mga Sumusunod:

Bagong Nayon, Barangca, Catulinan, Calantipay, Concepcion, Hinukay, Makinabang, Matangtubig, Pagala, Paitan,Piel, Poblacion, Pinagbarilan, Sto. Cristo, Sabang, San Roque, Sto. Niño, Sta. Barbara, Subic, Sulivan, Tarcan, Tangos, Tiaong, Tibag, Tilapayong at VDF.

Layunin ng nasabing Review and mapabuti at mapaigting ang kalidad ng mga BDRRMPlan sa bayan ng Baliwag, kung san magkakatuwang ang Lokal na Pamahalaang Bayan at bawat Barangay na magtitiyak sa Kaligtasan ng bawat Baliwagenyo.

 

Mark Anthony MillanPlano Ng Barangay (BDRRMP) Siniyasat Ng Office Of The Civil Defense
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Convergence Strategy: Disaster Preparedness Towards Public’s Safety.

Alinsunod sa kagustuhan ng Punong Bayan Mayor Ferdie Estrella, na masiguro ang kaligtasan at ang pangkalahatang kapakanan ng mga mamayang Baliwageño sa anu mang uri ng sakuna ay ipinag utos ni Mr. Enrique Tagle, Municipal Administrator ang pag kakaroon ng malawakang Disaster Preparedness Seminar and Workshop sa mga mamayan ng Baliwag upang sila ay mabigyang kaalaman ukol sa mga dapat gawin bago, habang at matapos ang pagbaha, paglindol at ibang uri ng sakuna. Bilang

pag tugon ang Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office, sa pangunguna ni Ms. Josephine Lopez, Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office sa pangunguna ni Mr. Tagumpay Cruz, Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Office, at ng Social Service Specialist ng nasabing bayan ay nagkaroon ng pagplaplano ukol sa gaganaping malawakang Disaster Preparedness Orientation sa lahat ng Barangay dito sa Bayan ng Baliwag ngayong buwan.

Nagkaroon ng konsultasyon at pagpupulong ang mga nasabing opisina kasama ang mga nahirang na pinuno ng bawat grupo mula sa naitarget na 1800 na pamilyang dadalo sa nasabing workshop.

Napinalisa ang nasabing schedule na magsisimula sa Hulyo 10,2017 at matatapos sa Hulyo 24, 2017.

Hangarin ng nasabing workshop ang maihanda ang bawat Baliwageño sa aling uri man ng sakuna, upang maiwasan ang mga ito at ang masiguro ang kaligtasan ng baway miyembro ng pamilya kung sakaling magkaroon man ng kalamidad.

Dahil sa bayan ng Baliwag, ang bawat pamilyang Baliwageño ay mananatiling malusog, ligtas at matagumpay, kasama ang matatag at matapat na Pamamahala ng Lokal na Pamahalang Bayan na nag hahandog ng Serbisyong May Malasakit.

Mark Anthony MillanConvergence Strategy: Disaster Preparedness Towards Public’s Safety.
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2018 in Review: Buhay na Buhay ang Diwa ng Dugong Baliwag, Pusong Baliwag

Dugong Baliwag, May Puso sa Kabayinahan

Noong nagsisimula pa lamang si Mayor Ferdie Estrella sa kanyang panunungkulan ay madami ang nagtatanong kung bakit nga ba ang kanyang mga kuha sa litrato ay yung mga patong ang kanang kamao sa kaliwang dibdib. Ano nga ba ang ibig sabihin nito?

Ayon kay Mayor Ferdie, “iyon ang dapat magpapaalala sa atin na dapat mahalin o kaya ay pagmalasakitan natin ang bayan natin, ganoon din ang ginagawa natin kapag kakantahin natin ang Lupang Hinirang ‘dba? Kaya naman naka sarado ang ating kamao ay upang maging paalala sa atin na kailanman ay higit pang pagaalabin ang ating pagmamahal sa ating bayan na siyang nagbigay sa atin ng mayayamang karanasan kaya’t handa nating ipaglaban at itaya ang buhay sa sino man na sumubok na pigilan, putulin o kitilin ang magagandang adhikain nito.

Katulad ng mga sumusunod na kwentong ito na tunay na bumuhay sa diwa ng Dugong Baliwag, Pusong Baliwag. Ang kwento nina Emmanuel, Marcelino at Danilo ay umantig, tumimo at nagpabilib hindi lamang sa mga Dugong Baliwag, Pusong Baliwag kung hindi sa buong bansa. Sila ay mga buhay nainspirasyon sa atin dahil naisabuhay nila ang diwa ng serbisyong may malasakit. Hndi alintana ang pangamba sa buhay; o kaya ay ang matinding pangangailangan; o kahit nga walang nakakakita at walang gumagawa ay kaya nilang ipadama ang malasakit sa kapwa.

Si Emmanuel Romano ng Solid Waste Mgt. Unit

Pagpasok pa lang ng taon ay bumulaga na sa atin ang istorya ng pagsauli ng halos kalahating milyon ni Emmanuel, isang kawani mula sa Solid Waste Management Unit ng Baliwag. Isa lamang siya sa mga kawani ng lokal na pamahalaan na sinaluduhan at kinilala dahil sa kanilang katapatan at ang hindi pagkasilaw sa pera tulad naman ni Ferdinand na isa naman kawani mula sa GSO-Maintenance na nakapag sauli ng naiwang wallet ng isang taxpayer.

Panoorin ang istorya ni Emmanuel Romano sa link na iyan mula sa pagbabalita ng Baliwag Web TV.

Ang Tricycle Driver na si Marcelino Villamor

Good Samaritan nga ang tawag kay Marcelino Villamor na isang Baliwagenyong tricycle driver. Matapos na makita mula sa command center kung saan naroon ang mga cctv monitors ng Baliwag na kanyang itinatawid ang isang matandang hirap tumawid sa kalsada ay agad itong ipinost ng Public Assistance and Complaint Center upang pamarisan ng iba pa. Tugon nga ito sa Good Deed Project ng Pamahalaang Bayan na kilalanin ang mga Baliwagenyong nagpamalas ng mabuting at katangi-tanging gawain nang pamarisan ng lahat.

https://baliwagnewsonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/export_720_30_14_39-1.mov

Narepost ng iba’t-ibang media outfit ang video na ipinost ng Baliwag Public Asssistance and Complaint Center at umabot ito ng mahigit 2 Million Views. Panoorin ang link na ito ng Manila Bulletin – Repost Baliwag Good Samaritan

Naririto ang link ng ulat ng Baliwag WebTV Good Samaritan ang Baliwagenyong Tricycle Driver

Danilo San Pedro

Sino nga ba ang makakalimot kay Mang Danilo San Pedro? Ang Mr. Kuryente Man na nagligtas sa buhay ng isang Grade 5 Student ng Concepcion Elementary School na nakuryente sa tapat ng kanilang mismong bahay. Hindi alintana ang bigat ng kuryente, tiniis niya ang hapdi at bigat ng boltahe ng kuryente upang mailigtas lamang ang batang nakahandusay na sa nagbahang kalsada. Naririto ang mga links mula sa iba pang media organization na nagbalita dito Aksyon TV 5 News Bata Nakuryente ng Lumusong sa Baha, GMA Balita Nailigtas Bata Nailigtas sa Pagkakakuryente

Ang pagkilala kay Emmanuel, Danilo at Marcelino ay pagkilala sa diwa ng dugong Baliwag, Pusong Baliwag dahil iyan ang pinakabuod ng mga salitang iyan…ang dugong Baliwagenyo ay may malasakit sa kapwa niya Baliwagenyo; hindi niya ito pagmamalabisan bagkus ay bibigyan; hindi pagdadamutan; bagkus ay bukas-palad; hindi gagawin ang tama kung may nakakakita lamang bagkus gagawin niya ang tama sa lahat ng panahon; hindi pagnanakawan bagkus ay pagmamalasakitan; at hindi papatay bagkus ay handang ibigay ang sarili para sa iba o sa bayan. Iyan ang pusong Baliwag.

Mark Anthony Millan2018 in Review: Buhay na Buhay ang Diwa ng Dugong Baliwag, Pusong Baliwag
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DTI-3 Recognizes Baliwag as the Nation’s 9th Most Competitive Municipality

 

The Municipality of Baliwag was conferred the recognition by the Department of Trade and Industry Region 3 as the 9th Most Competitive Municipality, Rank 2 in Infrastructure Indicator and Rank 10 in Government Efficiency Pillar based from the Cities/Municipalities Competitiveness Index at The Orchid Gardens, City of San Fernando on December 7, 2018.

Present during the ceremony to receive the awards on behalf of the LGU were Municipal Administrator Enrique V. Tagle together with LEIPO Karen Joy R. Rivera, MDDRMO Head Alvin Lee Asuro, NutriPop Head Brenda Bernardo and Project Officer  Clarinda Guanzon. The said event was led by DTI Provincial Director Judith P. Angeles and Assistant Provincial Director Zorina Aldana. The keynote speaker for the awarding ceremony was Mr. Guillermo Luz, former co-chair of the National Competitiveness Council.

 

 

 

The CMCI is an annual ranking of the country’s cities and municipalities developed by the NCC  through the Regional Competitiveness Committees (RCCs) with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

 

The Cities and Municipalities are ranked on their competitiveness based on their overall score which is the sum of all the scores of the four main indicators. These four main pillars are the Economic Dynamism, Government Efficiency, Infrastructure and Resiliency which pool data from other sub-indicators. Based from the index, the higher the score of the city or municipality the more competitive it is.

It can be recalled that Baliwag was awarded the 3rd Most Improved Municipality in 2017 for its rank jumped from 960th in 2016 to 47th the next year.  For 2018, the business-friendly town ranks 9th among the more than 1400 Municipalities in the Philippines making it the Most Competitive First Class Municipality in Bulacan and also in the entire Central Luzon.

“In behalf of LGU Baliwag and  Mayor Ferdie V. Estrella, we wish to thank all the  diligent men and women who always give serbisyong may malasakit and made this great milestone be achieved. Our rankings for the past two years under this administration truly serve an inspiration for everyone of us to continue implement more projects and programs to give more than what Baliwagenyos deserve,”  said by MA Tagle.

“Next in pipeline is the opening of the Baliwag Business Center which is a co-location of all departments of the municipality having business related transactions, utility companies and also national agencies. It will serve as a Business One-Stop Shop providing streamlined processes in getting clearances and permits,” he added.

Last August 16 during the 6th Regional Competitiveness Summit at the PICC, Mayor FVE received the award of Baliwag being the top 2 in Infrastructure for 1st and 2nd Class Municipalities Category based also on the CMCI given by the DTI – Competitiveness and Ease of Doing Business Group.

Mark Anthony MillanDTI-3 Recognizes Baliwag as the Nation’s 9th Most Competitive Municipality
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DICT eBPLS Users Training at Baliwag, Bulacan

BALIWAG, BULACAN. The Municipality of Baliwag in partnership with the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) conducted a 3-day Electronic Business Permits and Licensing System (eBPLS) Training last November 27-29, 2018 at the Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO), G/F Annex Building, Municipal Hall Compound, Bagong Nayon, Baliwag, Bulacan.

The participants actively listen to the DICT trainers as they explain the eBPLS application software.

The training was attended by participants from the BPLO, Municipal Information and Communications Technology Office (MICTO), Office of the Municipal Treasurer, Human Resource Management Office (HRMO), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Office of the Building Official/Engineering Office, Municipal Planning and Development Office/Zoning Administrator, Municipal Health Office (MHO), Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO), Assessor’s Office, and Investment Promotions Unit (IPU).

One of the participants demonstrate the roles and responsibilities of the BPLO user account.

Mr. Jose Nilo C. Fernando, the BPLO Chief supervised the 3-day training held at his office, and accepted the challenge this new system will bring to the processing of business permits. “Habang tayo ay umuunlad, kailangan pa natin itong isabay sa makabagong sistema na mas makakapagpabilis ng pagpo-proseso ng mga aplikasyon sa pagkuha ng business permit. Gayundin naman, kailangan din nating sumunod sa mga latest development sa batas ukol sa paghahandog ng serbisyo sa publiko. Malaking tulong ang pag-a-upgrade natin sa eBPLS na handog ng DICT,” Mr. Fernando firmly expressed.

The training is likewise a response to the mandate of the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018 (RA 11032) to automate the business permitting and licensing system for a more efficient business registration process.

The municipality, thru the leadership of Mayor Ferdinand V. Estrella on the advent of his term, already started reforms in the business registration process. Various programs such as the Sitting Pretty Campaign (SPC) and the creation of the Joint Inspection/Assessment Team (JIAT) were introduced to better serve the public, especially the business sector.

The DICT eBPLS will allow business owners to file their application for business permits online and enable the municipality to process the applications electronically. The DICT eBPLS implements business processes based on the DILG-DTI-DICT JMC 2016-01 standards and therefore shortens the processing time and provides up-to-date information on the status of applications to the business owners and to the municipality. END

In the past, the BPLO personnel attended the COACHING AND MENTORING ON BPLS AUTOMATION/COMPUTERIZATION CUM E-BPLS USER TRAINING on November 14-16, 2018 held at Calamba City, Laguna as part of its support to this DICT program.

The DICT eBPLS Training Participants from the Municipality of Baliwag, Province of Bulacan together with the trainers from the Department of Information and Communications Technology.

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