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It’s All In At The Baliwag Business Center (Business One-Stop Shop And Construction One-Stop Shop)

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Initiatives of the LGU to have Ease of Doing Business

The implementation of Executive No. 31 s. 2016 entitled Institutionalizing the Sitting Pretty Campaign signed by Mayor Ferdinand V. Estrella at the start of his term was the foremost leading initiative of Baliwag to have an ease of doing business.  The rules and regulations are almost similar with the RA 11032 or Ease of Doing Business Law signed by President Rodrigo R. Duterte in May 2018 therefore, policies were already implemented even before the EODB Law came which include the following:

  • Streamlining of the process in the issuance of the business permit  making it a one-day application for securing permits in two steps only.
  • Using a simplified and unified application form, with one signatory appearing in the permit for both new and renewal.
  • business one-stop shop had been established, accommodating all seekers of business-related permits.
  • Automation of the business permit application process allowing online registration. A computerization of BPLO was implemented producing higher business registration (from 2529 in 2016 to 3845 in 2018, 52% increase ) and higher business tax income (from 102.8 million in 2016 to 128 million in 2018, a notable growth of 25%).
  • Joint Inspection team was also created to primarily conduct inspections of business verifying information declared in the application, monitor continuing compliance as to safety standards prescribed by law and identification of unregistered business.
  • Creation of Baliwag Investment Promotions Unit through EO. 22 s. 2016. A Local Economic Investment Promotions Officer (LEIPO) was designated as implementer of the Customer Relationship Management Program.
  • In compliance with the ARTA Law of 2007, no noon break, no fixer, and no gift policy had been adopted. The Public Assistance & Complaint Center (PACC) serves as the  feedback and redress mechanism.

Aside from the Sitting Pretty Campaign, additional initiatives include the following:

  • Investing on modern technology having queuing system for front lining offices, installation of CCTVs, and Free WIFI to public places;
  • Reactivation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Baliwag, Inc. to stand as the voice of the Baliwag business community;
  • Conduct of trade fairs and product exposition;
  • Integration of the issuance of the Barangay Business Clearance in the EBPLS.
  • Recognition of Top Taxpayers and launching of High FiVE Badge that commends companies with exemplary performance and engaging the Private sectors in Corporate Social Responsibility activities.

n addition, the Municipality of Baliwag is now ISO 9001:2015 certified audited by TUV Rheinland to ensure the quality of its products and services. This added credibility and value of the organization, increases revenues through gaining more clients who trust the system, improves consistency of processes, increases customer satisfaction and serves as avenue of having empowered employees.

Moreover, to authentically give the business permit clients a Sitting Pretty experience in registering their businesses, Baliwag is eyeing to have one window set-up for  transaction  of business permit registration  upon the opening of the Baliwag Business Center where the BPLO together with Investment Promotions Unit and other utility companies (MERALCO, Baliwag Water District and Telecom Companies), public and private agencies (SSS, PAG-IBIG, LTO, PHILHEALTH, BFP) and concerned departments in the municipality (MENRO, SANITATION, MEO, MPDC) will co-locate to form the new ideal Business One-Stop Shop (BOSS).  The establishment will finally open on September of the current year.

Note:  Article was an excerpt from the entry of the Municipality of Baliwag at the Most Business-Friendly LGU Awards of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry last October, 2019.  Baliwag was hailed as one of the finalists of the said award.

Pictures were taken at the on-going business permit registration which started last January 2, 2020.

Reminder to all business tax payers:  Renewal of business permit is until January 20, 2020.

We also accept application and payments of cedula, RPT, locational clearance, building and occupancy permit, BFP certificates and all other business-related permits and clearances (also cemetery fees).

Now we can say, it’s all in at the Baliwag Business Center.

Baliwag Business Center is located at Barangay Pagala, DRT Highway, Baliwag, Bulacan (in front of SM City).

 

Mark Anthony MillanIt’s All In At The Baliwag Business Center (Business One-Stop Shop And Construction One-Stop Shop)
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Pamahalaang Bayan Ng Baliwag, Muling Hinirang Na “Child Friendly Local Government”

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Sa ikatlong sunod na taon ay muli na namang iginawad sa bayan ng Baliwag ang “Seal of Child Friendly Local Government Award”. Ito ay mula sa Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC), Department of Social Welfare and Development Office (DSWD), Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) at sa pakikipag-tulungan ng Provincial Government of Bulacan. Isinagawa ang pagkilala noong Nobyembre 12, 2019 sa The Pavillion, Hiyas Convention Center, City of Malolos, Bulacan. Pinangunahan ni Igg. Kon. Lowell C. Tagle ang mga delegadong tumanggap ng nasabing parangal mula sa Pamahalang Bayan ng Baliwag kasama sina Municipal Administrator Eric V. Tagle, Social Welfare Officer III Gerard Mhel Tolentino, Nutrition Officer Brenda Balaga, Community Affairs Officer III Mercy Grace Ventura, PTA Federation President Chistopher Cruz at Day Care Worker Federation President Corazon Dantes. Ang pagkilalang ito ay nagpapatunay lamang na ang bayan ng Baliwag ay nangunguna at nakikiisa sa pagsiguro na ang bawat batang Baliwagenyo ay nakakamit ang kanilang karapatang mabuhay, umunlad, maproteksyunan at makilahok. . Layunin ng administrasyon ni Mayor Ferdie V. Estrella na mabigyan ng magandang kinabukasan ang mga batang ito sa pamamagitan ng paglulunsad ng mga makabuluhang programa para sa kanila.

john baliwagPamahalaang Bayan Ng Baliwag, Muling Hinirang Na “Child Friendly Local Government”
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Baliwag Muling Tatanggap Ng SGLG Sa Ikatlong Taon

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Baliwag, Bulacan – Muling tatanggap ang Baliwag sa ikatlong sunod-sunod na taon ang Pamahalaang Bayan ng Baliwag mula ng manungkulan si Mayor Ferdie V. Estrella.

Ang Seal of Good Local Governance o Selyo ng Matino at Mabuting Pamamahala ay iginagawad sa mga Lokal na Pamahalaan na pumasa sa pitong sektor tulad ng Financial Administration, Disaster Preparedness, Social Protection, Peace and Order, Environment Protection, Business Friendliness and Competitiveness at Arts, Culture and Tourism. Ito ang pinakamataas na paggawad at pagkilala na ibinibigay ng DILG sa mga lokal na pamahalaan.

11 sa Bulacan, Tatanggap ng SGLG

Tatanggap din ang pito pang bayan, dalawang Lungsod at ang Pamahalaang Panlalawigan ng SGLG ngayon taon. Kasama ng Baliwag na tatanggap ang mga Bayan ng Balagtas, Bulakan, Guiguinto, Pulilan, Plaridel at Sta. Maria at mga lungsod ng Meycauyan at San Jose del Monte. Tatanggap din ang Pamahalaang Panlalawigan ng Bulacan sa ikalimang taon ng SGLG.

 

Mark Anthony MillanBaliwag Muling Tatanggap Ng SGLG Sa Ikatlong Taon
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Baliwag CLUP, Pinuri Sa 28th SHDA National Convention

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“The best CLUP”, ito ang pahayag ni Commissioner Melzar Galizia ng Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development, matapos ang presentasyon ni Baliwag Mayor Ferdie Estrella sa 28th Subdivision and Housing Developers Association (SHDA) na ginanap kahapon, ika-23 ng Setyembre sa Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City.

Naimbitahan si Mayor Ferdie na magbahagi ng Comprehesive Land Use Plan (CLUP) experience and best practices sa nabanggit na convention, kasama ang punong lungsod ng Cagayan De Oro City na si Mayor Oscar Moreno.

Sa kanyang presentasyon, ibinahagi ni Mayor Ferdie ang ilang highlights sa paggamit ng lupa sa Baliwag alinsunod sa aprubadong CLUP 2017-2025. Kabilang dito ang pagtaas sa industrial use, mula 22.97 ektarya, naging 175.97 ektarya.

Dinagdagan din ang residential land use mula 852.32 , naging 917.32 ektarya; ang Commercial land use, mula 74.63, naging 90.63 ektarya; ang institutional land use mula 19.66, naging 33.66 ektarya; at inaasahan din na magkakaroon ng mga karagdagang tulay at kalsada, mula 58.47, naging 78.42 ektarya.

Ayon kay Mayor Ferdie, ang mungkahing pagbabago ay ginawa na naka-ayon sa bisyon ng Baliwag na maging sentro ng kalakalan at negosyo, edukasyon at modernong teknolohiya sa Central Luzon.

Umani naman ng papuri at paghanga ang Baliwag sa naging presentasyon ni Mayor Ferdie. Matapos ang 30 minutong paglalatag ng Baliwag CLUP, sinabi ni G. Kerwin V. Padua, pangulo ng Lynville Land Development Corporation “Parang ang sarap mag-invest sa Baliwag.”

Napahanga rin si Bb. Vivian Vestil, manager ng Tuscania CDO, sa mga ibinahaging trailblazing projects ni Mayor Ferdie, ang tanong niya, “Paano ninyo Mayor naisip ang mga proyekto sa Baliwag? kasabay ang komento na  “talagang nakakabilib.”

Umani naman ng papuri at paghanga ang Baliwag sa naging presentasyon ni Mayor Ferdie. Matapos ang 30 minutong paglalatag ng Baliwag CLUP, sinabi ni G. Kerwin V. Padua, pangulo ng Lynville Land Development Corporation “Parang ang sarap mag-invest sa Baliwag.”

Napahanga rin si Bb. Vivian Vestil, manager ng Tuscania CDO, sa mga ibinahaging trailblazing projects ni Mayor Ferdie, ang tanong niya, “Paano ninyo Mayor naisip ang mga proyekto sa Baliwag? kasabay ang komento na  “talagang nakakabilib.”

Mark Anthony MillanBaliwag CLUP, Pinuri Sa 28th SHDA National Convention
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Social Workers Gearing Towards A New Image

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Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Central Office Policy and Development Program Bureau organized a Capabality Building Activity (CBA) on Case Management for Social Workers held at The Linden Suites, Ortigas Center, Pasig City last September 9-13, 2019. Participants came from different associations of social workers in the country like Philippine Association of Social Workers Inc. (PASWI), Philippine Association of Court Social Workers Inc. (PACSWI), Association of Local Social Welfare and Development Officers of the Philippines Inc. (ALSWDOPI), Association of Medical Social Workers of the Philippines Inc. (AMSWPI), Association of DSWD Social Workers Inc. (ADSWI), Association of Child Caring Agencies in the Philippines (ACCAP), DOH League of Medical Social Workers Inc. (DOHLMSWI) National Association for Social Work Education Inc. (NASWEI) and National Council of Social Development (NCSD). Mr. Gerard Mhel M. Tolentino Social Welfare Officer III of LGU Baliwag, Bulacan is one of the three (3) representatives of ALSWDOPI.

The training gave the participants a refreshment about case management which is an important method used by social workers in the problem solving process. Different theories and perspectives were discussed as well as techniques on handling cases of children in difficult circumstances. USec. Florita R. Villar of DSWD graced the event and stressed the importance of a social worker in helping individuals, families, groups and communities. Further, she elaborated for the organization to move for the upliftment of the profession so that others may view it as integral part of the society and not just during the times of disaster.

Mark Anthony MillanSocial Workers Gearing Towards A New Image
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Production of Large-Scale 1:10,000 orthoimage Maps covering the Municipality of Baliwag and Vicinities

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National Mapping and Resource Information Authority

 

Mayor Ferdinand V. Estrella

Municipality of Baliwag

Province of Bulacan

 

Dear Mayor Estrella:

Please be informed that one of our contractors, Geo-Survey & Mapping Inc.,

(GSM) will undertake field editing and verification activities for the project “Production

of Large-Scale 1:10,000 orthoimage Maps covering the Municipality of Baliwag and Vicinities”.

 

 

The activities include gathering of secondary geographic information (e.g. name

of prominent establishment, barangay, streets, river/creeks) within the Municipality of Baliwag

and its vicinities. This is to ensure that the maps to be produced comply with quality standards

and specifications. The final output of this project will be useful for Disaster Risk Reduction and

Management (DRRM), Comprehensive Land Use Planning (CLUP) and other decision making activities of LGU’s

 

The head of the GSMI field team who will conduct these activities is Ms. Michalle Zeta

and Ms. Princess King.

 

In this regards, may we request your kind assistance in coordinating this activity with

other local official in your locality.

 

Thank you very much for your valuable support and cooperation.

 

Very trult yours,

Usec. PETER . TIANGCO, PhD

 

Mark Anthony MillanProduction of Large-Scale 1:10,000 orthoimage Maps covering the Municipality of Baliwag and Vicinities
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Bakit Hindi Normal Ang Pagkolekta Sa Basura?

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Tanggapan ng Punongbayan

PAHAYAG UKOL SA HINDI NORMAL NA PAGKOLEKTA SA BASURA:

Mga minamahal kong kababayan,

Magandang araw po!

Alam ko pong sumasakit na ang ulo ninyo at hindi na maipinta ang mukha ng ilan sa inyo sa hindi paghakot sa inyo ng basura.
Ganoon din po ako.

Hindi po mabilang ang text at fb messages at mga tawag ang aking natanggap upang tanungin ako kung kailan hahakutin ang basura o bakit hindi pa hinahakot ang basura.
Sa ngayon, katulad na rin ng mga nangyari noon ay nagkakaproblema tayo sa pinagtatapunan ng ating basura o sa ating Sanitary Landfill. Hindi lamang tayo ang may problemang ganito sa ngayon. Marahil ay ang ibang bayan din.

BARANGAY KALIKASAN CENTER

Ang paulit-ulit na problemang ito ang nagbunsod sa atin upang utusan ang mga barangay na magkaroon ng sariling mga Barangay Kalikasan Center or Material Recovery Facility.

Sa ngayon, mayroon na ang mga barangay ng Sabang, Tangos, Pagala, Paitan, Pinagbarilan at

Alam ko na isa ito sa mga problema ng ating bayan ang sa paniwala ninyo ay kaya kong solusyonan kung kaya’t ako ay pinagtiwalaan ninyong muli.

Habang papanormal na ang operasyon ng hakot ng basura ay hindi ito pangmatagalang solusyon. Bukod sa ito ay kumakain sa malaking porsiyento ng ating gugulin o budget ay malaking epekto ang dinudulot ng ating basura sa ating kalikasan, kalusugan at klima.

Kung paano ninyo ako pinagtiwalaan ay ganoon din sana ang ibigay ninyong pakikiisa upang matuldukan natin ang problema at hindi tayo masyadong nakaasa o nakadepende sa mga sanitary landfills.

SEGREGATION AT SOURCE

Kung kaya’t mula ngayon hanggang sa Hunyo 27 ay magsasagawa ng massive information and education campaign sa buong bayan sa SEGREGATION NG BASURA.

Ngyon lingo ay sisimulan na ngang ilabas ng ating Baliwag MENRO ang takdang oras at araw ng hakot ng basura sa inyong mga lugar. Magkakaroon na rin ng iskedyul ang hakot ng basura base sa klasipikasyon ng basura: nabubulok, hindi nabubulok, residual at hazardous.

HUWAG PAGSAMA-SAMAHIN ANG MGA BASURA.

Madidinig ninyong ang anunsyo tungkol sa iskedyul ng hakot sa mga trompa at ipapaskil ang iskedyul sa ating website, facebook page; magkakabit din ng mga tarpolin at magpapamigay din ng mga polyetos nang higit ninyong maunawaan ang segregation policy na ating ipapatupad. Mayroon ding mga kawani ng Pamahalaang Bayan ang susunod sa mga truck ng basura upang ipaliwanag pa sa inyo ang programa sa segregation at imonitor ang implementasyon nito.

Ang mga nabubulok tulad ng tirang pagkain, gulay at prutas at karne ay ating dadalhin sa mga mrf at iko-compost upang maging pataba. Ang mga sanga at dahon ay iiwan at hindi kokolektahin samantalang ang mga balat ng buko ay gigilingin upang gawing lubid. Hinihikayat ko na ang mga kabahayan at may-ari ng mga bakanteng lupa na magtraining sa ating Baliwag Climate Change Center kung paano gawin itong pataba.

Ang mga hindi nabubulok ay pagsasamasamahin upang irecycle. Ang mga sachet o foil wrappers ng mga sitsirya ay dadalin sa Brgy Subic upang gilingin at doon ay isama sa mga pavers at hallowblocks. Ang mga pet bottles, bote at dyaryo ay maaari naman ninyong ibenta sa mga PALIT BASURA STORES. O ipakolekta sa araw na itinakda para dito.

Ang mga residuals na hindi nabubulok tulad ng gamit na diapers, seramiks atsanitary napkins at mga hazardous waste tulad ng mga pintura, thinner, aerosol sprays sa canisters, at mga sirang appliances ay kokolektahin naman sa iba rin araw na itinakda.

Ang pagsasabit sa mga pader at pagiwan sa mga basura ay isang hindi magandang nakaugalian ng iba sa atin. HINDI KOKOLEKTAHIN ANG MGA NAKASABIT AT INILABAS SA HINDI TAMANG ORAS. Huwag po kayong magagalit. Disiplina po ang kasagutan sa karamihan ng problema sa ating bayan.

NO SEGREGATION, NO COLLECTION POLICY PO TAYO. Ang mga barangay na may MRF ay inaaasahan na sundan ang iskedyul ng pamahalaang bayan. Hindi rin tatanggapin sa transfer station o sa central mrf ang mga hindi segregated na basura. Ang mga nareresiklo at nabubulok ay dapat maiwan sa mga barangay at tanging mga residuals lamang na nakasako ang kukunin. Inaasahan din na tuturuan ang mga kabahayan at grupo ng mga kabahayan ng sistema ng pagsesegregate.

 

Ang mga wala pang BARANGAY MRF O BARANGAY KALIKASAN CENTER ay binibigyan ng hanggang Agosto 30 upang makahanap lugar na pagtatayuan at maipatayo ang kani-kanilang mga MRF. Ang mga barangay na may Kalikasan Center ay bibigyan ng isang truck bilang insentibo. Ang mga barangay na nais na makipagcluster sa isang barangay ay dapat na lumagda sa kontrata na doon ay nakasaad ang mga tungkuling pinansiyal at operasyonal. Ang mga barangay na may pondo para sa kanilang shredder at iba pang kagamitan ay dapat na ngang bilhin ang mga ito.

ESTABLISYIMENTO

Ang mga paaralan, pribado man o publiko ay dapat na sumunod sa ZERO WASTE PROGRAM at magkaroon ng sariling MRF. Ang mga malalaking kumpanya ay dapat na may sariling MRF at sumunod sa patakaran ng ating bayan. Ang iba ay itatakda na magkaroon ng sariling hauler o tagahakot dahil sa dami at laki ng hakutin sa kanilang establisyimento. MAHIGPIT NA SEGREGATION DIN ANG AMING IPAPATUPAD. HINDI HAHAKUTIN ANG MGA RESIDUALS HANGGA’T MAY NAKITANG NAKAHALO NA RESIDUALS DITO.

BALIWAG PUBLIC MARKET AT IBA PANG PAMILIHAN

Ang Baliwag Public Market ay dapat na sumunod sa patakaran ng paghihiwalay ng mga basura. Ang Public Market Office Katuwang ang Vendors Association ay magpapatupad ng mga alituntunin upang makasunod sa regulasyon ng ating bayan. Magkakaroon din sila ng sariling MRF at shredder upang makasunod sa segregation policy. Ang iba pang pamilihan ay inaasahan susunod din ayon sa patakaran at iba pang mapagkakasunduan.

BAWAL ANG PLASTIK AT STYRO

Bawal ang mga single use plastic tulad ng sando bag at styro. Kung mamimili ay magdala ng mga sariling bag na magagamit na muli. Hihilingin ko sa susunod na Sangguniang Bayan na maamyendahan ang Baliwag Environment Code na ipagbawal ng tuluyan ang paggamit ng plastik maging ito man ay biodegradable. Maging ang mga straw ay hihilingin ko na ipagbawal.

BALIWAG PUBLIC MARKET AT IBA PANG PAMILIHAN

Ang Baliwag Public Market ay dapat na sumunod sa patakaran ng paghihiwalay ng mga basura. Ang Public Market Office Katuwang ang Vendors Association ay magpapatupad ng mga alituntunin upang makasunod sa regulasyon ng ating bayan. Magkakaroon din sila ng sariling MRF at shredder upang makasunod sa segregation policy. Ang iba pang pamilihan ay inaasahan susunod din ayon sa patakaran at iba pang mapagkakasunduan.

BAWAL ANG PLASTIK AT STYRO

Bawal ang mga single use plastic tulad ng sando bag at styro. Kung mamimili ay magdala ng mga sariling bag na magagamit na muli. Hihilingin ko sa susunod na Sangguniang Bayan na maamyendahan ang Baliwag Environment Code na ipagbawal ng tuluyan ang paggamit ng plastik maging ito man ay biodegradable. Maging ang mga straw ay hihilingin ko na ipagbawal.

Mark Anthony MillanBakit Hindi Normal Ang Pagkolekta Sa Basura?
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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
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71Ves Riders Group (VRG Riders)PagalaVictor Sarmiento

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