#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Wednesday, July 17, 2019 due to Falcon

 

Due to Tropical Storm Falcon and the enhanced southwest monsoon being experienced, there are already suspension of classes for Wednesday, July 17, 2019. As expected, intermittent and heavy rains continue to hover around the regions mentioned by PAGASA.

Updated: 6:30AM

Here is the list of provinces already announced for suspension of classes:

Ilocos Region

The province of Pangasinan issued a PDRRMC memorandum allowing all Mayors/C/MDRRMC’s Chairpersons to suspen classes if they see the need to do so. Here is the list of Pangasinan Local Government Units with declared suspension of classes for tomorrow, July 17, 2019 (Public and Private).

Balungao – Preschool to Elementary
Bayambang – Localized Suspension of Classes
Alcala – Preschool to High School
Sta. Maria – Preschool to Senior High School
Villasis – Preschool to Elementary
Rosales – Preschool
San Manuel – Preschool
Natividad – Preschool to Elementary
Labrador – All Levels
Asingan – Preschool
Bolinao – Preschool to Elementary
Binalonan – Preschool to Senior High School
Basista – Preschool to Elementary
Urdaneta City – Preschool to Elementary
Mabini – All Levels
Sta. Barbara – Pre-school to High School
Sto. Tomas – All Levels
San Jacinto – All Levels
Laoac – All Levels
Bugallon – All Levels
Aguilar – All Levels
Urbiztondo – All Levels
Bani – All Levels
Burgos – All Levels
Malasiqui – Preschool to High School
Mangatarem – Primary to Secondary
Binmaley – All Levels
Mapandan – All Levels
San Fabian – Kindergarten to Senior High School
Anda – Preschool to Senior High School
San Carlos City – Preschool to High School
Sual – Preschool to Senior High School
Alaminos City – Preschool to Senior High School
Lingayen – Day Care to Secondary Levels
Bautista – Elementary Level
Manaoag – All Levels
Calasiao – Preschool to Highschool
Infanta – Pre-Elementary to Senior High School
Mangaldan – All Levels
Dagupan City – Preschool to Highschool (including Junior & Senior High)

 

 

Metro Manila

Caloocan City – all levels (public and private)
Las Piñas City – all levels (public and private)
Makati City – all levels (public and private)
Malabon City – all levels (public and private)
Mandaluyong City – all levels (public and private)
City of Manila – all levels (public and private)
Marikina City – all levels (public and private)
Muntinlupa City – all levels (public and private)
Navotas City – all levels (public and private)
Parañaque City – all levels (public and private)
Pasay City – all levels (public and private)
Pasig City – all levels (public and private)
Pateros – all levels (public and private)
Quezon City – all levels (public and private)
San Juan City – all levels (public and private)
Taguig City – all levels (public and private)
Valenzuela City – all levels (public and private)

Cagayan Valley

Cagayan province – all levels (public and private)

Calabarzon

Cavite province – all levels (public and private)
Batangas
Lemery – all levels (public and private)
Laguna
San Pedro – all levels (public and private)
Santa Rosa – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Rizal – all levels (public and private)

Central Luzon

Bataan – all levels (public and private)
Bulacan
Bulakan – all levels (public and private)
Pampanga
Angeles City – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Nueva Ecija
Cuyapo – all levels (public and private)
Rizal – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
San Jose – preschool to elementary (public and private)
Talavera – preschool to elementary (public and private)
Tarlac
Anao – all levels (public and private)
Bamban – all levels (public and private)
Capas – all levels (public and private)
Concepcion – all levels (public and private)
La Paz – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Zambales
Iba – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Masinloc – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Olongapo City – all levels (public and private)
Subic – all levels (public and private)

Cordillera Administrative Region

  • Abra – all levels (public and private)
  • Apayao – all levels (public and private)
  • Kalinga
    • Tabuk City – preschool (public and private)

Mimaropa

Romblon
Odiongan – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Western Visayas

Capiz
Roxas City – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Iloilo
Iloilo City – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Negros Occidental
Bacolod City – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Bago City – all levels (public and private)
Binalbagan – all levels (public and private)
Himamaylan City – all levels (public and private)
Hinoba-an – all levels (public and private)
Cadiz City – all levels (public and private)
Ilog – all levels (public and private)
Isabela – all levels (public and private)
La Castellana – all levels (public and private)
Moises Padilla – all levels (public and private)
Murcia – all levels (public and private)
Pontevedra – all levels (public and private)
Pulupandan – all levels (public and private)
Sagay City – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
San Carlos City – all levels (public and private)
Sipalay City – all levels (public and private)
Talisay City – preschool to senior high school (public and private)
Valladolid – all levels (public and private)

DOH: National Dengue alert as as cases climb

 

Prevention is better than cure. As rainy season enters, dengue cases rise in the entire country. While no foreseen solution to eliminate dengue in the country, the citizens need to be in preventative mode as mosquitoes continue to multiply. As these insects grow in numbers, dengue cases catapult also.

Department of Health Secretary Francisco T. Duque III declared a National Dengue Alert because of the rapidly elevation of numbers of cases in several regions.

Among those regions mentioned by Duque which have reach the epidemic threshold are Mimaropa (Region 4B), Western Visayas (Region 6), Central Visayas (Region 7) and Northern Mindanao (Region 10). Duque added that clustering of cases must by identified by the DOH regional office as a basis for such a declaration of an epidemic at the barangay level.

Moreover, DOH continue to monitor other regions after reaching the threshold. These regions are Ilocos, Calabarzon, Cagayan Valley, Bicol, Eastern Visayas, Zamboanga Peninsula, Davao, Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao and Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR).

From January 1 to June 29 this year, most cases listed were from Western Visayas (13,164), Calabarzon (11,474), Central Visayas (9,199), Soccsksargen (9,107) and Northern Mindanao (8,739). Dengue cases nationwide have now reached a cumulative figure of 106,630. This is 85 percent higher compared to the same period last year (57,564).

The DOH secretary also explained that dengue cases have been observed to peak every three to four years. Furthermore, he reiterated that early detection and proper case management can prevent deaths. The last peak occurred in 2016, and given this pattern, the DOH expects an increase in cases this year.

Dengue is a viral disease with no known vaccine or specific antibiotics. Effective surveillance can also help in reducing cases and deaths if areas with clustering of cases are identified early.

Signs and symptoms of disease are severe headache, pain behind the eyes, severe joint and muscle pain, fatigue, nausea, vomiting and skin rashes.

The five year average cases of dengue is 185,008; five year average deaths is 732; and five year average Case Fatality Rate is 0.39 (2012-2016 data).

Dengue Facts from DOH Website:

Dengue is the fastest spreading vector-borne disease in the world endemic in 100 countries·

Dengue virus has four serotypes (DENV1, DENV2, DENV3 and DENV4)
First infection with one of the four serotypes usually is non-severe or asymptomatic, while second infection with one of other serotypes may cause severe dengue.
Dengue has no treatment but the disease can be early managed.

TRANSMISSION

Dengue virus is transmitted by day biting Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.

DENGUE CASE CLASSIFICATION AND LEVEL OF SEVERITY

Dengue illness is categorized according to level of severity as dengue without warning signs, dengue with warning signs and severe dengue.
Dengue without warning warnings can be further classified according to signs and symptoms and laboratory tests as suspect dengue, probable dengue and confirmed dengue.
dengue without warning signs​​

a.1 suspect dengue

– a previously well individual with acute febrile illness of 1-7 days duration plus two of the following: headache, body malaise, retro-orbital pain, myalgia, arthralgia, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, flushed skin, rash (petechial, Hermann’s sign)

a.2 probable dengue

– a suspect dengue case plus laboratory test: Dengue NS1 antigen test and atleast CBC (leukopenia with or without thrombocytopenia) or dengue IgM antibody test (optional)

a.3 confirmed dengue

– a suspect or probable dengue case with positive result of viral culture and/or Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and/or Nucleic Acid Amplification Test- Loop Mediated Amplification Assay (NAAT-LAMP) and/ or Plaque Reduction Neutralization Test (PRNT)

b. dengue with warning signs

• a previously well person with acute febrile illness of 1-7 days plus any of the following: abdominial pain or tenderness, persistent vomiting, clinical signs of fluid accumulation (ascites), mucosal bleeding, lethargy or restlessness, liver enlargement, increase in haematocrit and/or decreasing platelet count

c. severe dengue

severe plasma leakage leading to

shock (DSS)
fluid accumulation with respiratory distress
​severe bleeding

as evaluated by clinician
severe organ impairment

Liver: AST or ALT ≥ 1000
CNS: e.g. seizures, impaired consciousness
Heart:and other organs (i.e. myocarditis, renal failure)

STRATEGIES

Enhanced 4S Strategy

S – earch and Destroy

S – eek Early Consultation

S – elf Protection Measures

S – ay yes to fogging only during outbreaks

Philippine Weather: Falcon continues to move west

 

Manila, Philippines – Brace for the rain! Tropical Depression named Falcon has increased speed as it goes west, according to PAGASA Tuesday morning.

In the morning PAGASA Philippine weather update, the weather burea forecasted heavy and occasional rain in parts of the country. PAGASA said that Falcon is 690 km east of Tuguegaro City as of 4:30 AM and continually heading wast at 30 kph, from 25pm on Monday afternoon bulletin. Falcon has maximum winds of up to 55 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 65 kph.

Well, as everybody waits if there’s a storm signal warning PAGASA to know if there are classes or not, and even for a preparation, the weather burea announced Tropical Warning Signal No. 1 was raised in Northern Isabela, Cagayan and Batanes. These areas will be experiencing winds of 30-60 kph as well as rains in the next 36 hours.

The weather bureau reiterated that Falcon may increase strength and become a tropical storm as it nears the northernmost part of Luzon in Wednesday afternoon or evening.

PAGASA also added that light to moderate with occasional heavy monson rains will prevail over MIMAROPA, Western Visayas, Albay, Masbate, Sorsogon and Northern Samar on Tuesday.

“Residents in the aforementioned areas, especially those living in areas identified to be at risk of flooding and landslides, are advised to take precautionary measures, coordinate with local disaster risk reduction and management offices, and continue monitoring for updates, especially the Thunderstorm Advisories and Heavy Rainfall Warnings to be issued by PAGASA Regional Services Divisions,” PAGASA said.

Forecast path of Falcon

Wednesday morning: 305 km East of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Thursday morning: In the vicinity of Basco, Batanes
Friday morning: 435 km North Northwest of Basco, Batanes (Outside Philippine Area of Responsibility)
Saturday morning:745 km North Northwest of Basco, Batanes (Outside PAR)
Sunday morning:1,085 km North of Basco, Batanes (Outside PAR)

Suspension of classes?

In January 2012, President Benigno Aquino III issued Executive Order No. 66 which includes the complete rules on the cancellation or suspension of classes.

1. When there is a storm signal, cancellation or suspension of classes is AUTOMATIC.

In the event of a storm signal raised by PAGASA, the executive order provides for a cancellation or suspension of classes following a standard set of guidelines:

Signal No. 1: Cancellation or suspension of classes at the pre-school level in the affected area

Signal No. 2: Cancellation or suspension of classes at the pre-school, elementary, and secondary level in the affected area

Signal No. 3 or higher: Cancellation or suspension of classes at the pre-school, elementary, and secondary and tertiary levels, including graduate schools in the affected area

Mallare seeks another term against Martinez: Infanta, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Percival Mallare is looking for another term as he faces Marvin in the mayoralrace. Meanwhile, Noel Montano will face Virgilio Vallarta for the vice-mayor position.

Infanta  is politically subdivided into 13 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 15,287
registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Infanta, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

MALLARE, PERCIVAL (PDPLBN)
MARTINEZ, MARVIN (NP)

VICE-MAYOR

MONTANO, NOEL (IND)
VALLARTA, VIRGILIO (NP)

COUNCILORS

BELTRAN, LETY (PDPLBN)
DARAGAY, LUZ (PDPLBN)
DIAZ, BOYET (PDPLBN)
GABUYO, RANDY (NP)
KHO, CHARLITO (NPC)
LEGASPI, YOLANDA (NP)
MADARANG, LUIS (NP)
MALLARE, JOJO (PDPLBN)
MANIAGO, ALEX JR. (PDPLBN)
MAS, MARLE (NP)
MASCARIÑA, ELPIDIO (NP)
MELANIO, JEROME (NP)
MILLORA,CRISPIN (IND)
MILLORA, EFREN (PDPLBN)
MORES, JOSEPHINE (PDPLBN)
MUJER, RODOLFU JR. (IND)
NAVAJAS, REMY (NP)
SILVESTRE, CHIT (PDPLBN)
SORIANO, ERDUL (NP)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election in Infanta?

Art Villafania, a winnable and qualified candidate, aims a councilor seat in Santa Barbara, Pangasinan

Santa Barbara, PANGASINAN – Polished public servant Art Villafania seeks a Municipal Council seat in the upcoming local election. Villafania expects the election to be competitive as everybody prepares to capture the attention of the voters. What matters for Villafania is to allow the people to know him and to evaluate his character when the campaign starts.

Villafania is the president of TESDA Santa Barbara, a learning hub for his constituents. He wants to see his townmates be transformed and find jobs through the TESDA Training Center. It is Villafania’s vision that his townmates or kababayans, especially the youth sector, will be able secure training in an efficient way within the locality. Through the skills gained, the people will be able to easily improve their ways of living by obtaining their desired jobs.

Villafania’s résumé shows that he is more than qualified and capable to be part of the Municipal Council. As a three-term barangay kagawad, Villafania understands the needs of his townmates that he would be able to file resolutions for their advantage if elected. Also, Villafania is the vice-president of Barangay Kagawad Association of Santa Barbara (Barkadas).

Aside from his heart and knowledge in crafting resolutions, Villafania also is known as a moral value educator. As a Senior Pastor of the Jesus Is Lord in Santa Barbara, Villafania exemplifies moral ascendancy and good governance.

Villafania’s campaign platform is inculcated through this line:

“Kapag may maayos na hanapbuhay…hayahay ang buhay.”

Are you going to vote for Villafania as councilor in Santa Barbara?

 

Santa Barbara, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

DELOS SANTOS, JOEL (NPC)
ZAPLAN, CARLITO JR. (PDPLBN)

VICE-MAYOR

CABANGON, JUAN EMMANUEL (PDPLBN)
DALOPE, NORMAN (NPC)

COUNCILOR 

ALANO, JOAQUIN II (NPC)
BARBIRAN, BERNADINE (IND)
BARBIRAN, BOBBY (NPC)
BRUAN, JOHN (NPC)
CABINTA, ROMMEL (NPC)
CALIMLIM, MARLYN (NPC)
DALOPE, ELEAZAR (NPC)
GARCIA, WILLIAM (IND)
ICO, BUENA (PDPLBN)
IGLESIAS, NIMROD (NPC)
JOSE, RUBEN (PDPLBN)
NAVARRO, ROGER (PDPLBN)
PIOQUINTO, SHERWIN (PDPLBN)
TAMAYO, ANGEL (PDPLBN)
TAMAYO, ERIC (IND)
TORIO, RODERICK (PDPLBN)
VILLAFANIA, ART (PDPLBN)
VILLANUEVA, MANNY (NPC)
ZAPLAN, ROGER (PDPLBN)

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Four candidates aim for top post: Bugallon, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Vic Castro, Priscilla Espino, Rodolfo Javier and Rodrigo Orduna will be facing each other for the mayoralty race. On the other hand, Zaldy Canullas and Winston Tandoc will be vying for the vice mayoraly race.

Bugallon is politically subdivided into 30 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 38,360 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Bugallon, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

CASTRO, VIC (KDP)
ESPINO, PRISCILLA (PDPLBN)
JAVIER, RODOLFO (IND)
ORDUÑA, RODRIGO (NP)

VICE-MAYOR

CANULLAS, ZALDY (NP)
TANDOC, WINSTON (PDPLBN)

COUNCILORS

AQUINO, DOMINGO JR. (NPC)
BAUZON, CONRADO (NPC)
CANULLAS, GEMMA (NPC)
CUISON, MARLON (PDPLBN)
DE GUZMAN, AISLINN (PDPLBN)
DE VERA, BERNARDO (PDPLBN)
DORIA, ELMER (IND)
MADRIGUERA, ROGELIO (PDPLBN)
MANAOAT, DONG (PDPLBN)
MAZA, ILDEBRANDO (PDPLBN)
NAVARRO, ROD (NPC)
OCSAN, RAMIE (PDPLBN)
ORDUÑA, BERT (NPC)
ORDUÑA-MACAALAY, APRILLE (NPC)
PARAGAS, RONNY (IND)
TANIGUE, ERNING (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners of the upcoming 2019 May elections in the municipality of Bugallon?

Bolinao, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

 

Vice Mayor Alfonso Celeste will take on Serafin Cacho Jr and Paul Tucay in the battle for mayoralty race in Bolinao. On the other hand, Richard Celeste, Paul John Tucay and Hermoso Villareal will be vying for the vice mayoralty race.

Bolinao is politically subdivided into 30 barangays. where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 39,870 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

 

BOLINAO, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

CACHO, SERAFIN JR. (PDPLBN)
CELESTE, ALFONSO (NP)
TUCAY, PAUL (IND)

VICE-MAYOR

CELESTE, RICHARD (NP)
TUCAY, PAUL JOHN (IND)
VILLAREAL, HERMOSO (PDPLBN)

COUNCILOR (Pangasinan – BOLINAO- LONE DIST)

ABAD, CAROL (NP)
ADREMESIN, REY (PDPLBN)
BUCCAT, TONY JR. (IND)
CAASI, ANONG (NP)
CAASI, JOVEN (NP)
CAMBA, JASMIN (NP)
CASTELLANO, AMBI (NP)
CATANAOAN, ROMY (PDPLBN)
CELESTE, CARLO (IND)
CELESTE, GREG (NP)
DELA CRUZ, JESUS JR. (NP)
DE PERIO, ANTONIO JR. (PDPLBN)
DEVERA, FELIX JR. (PDPLBN)
FRANCISCO, YOYOY (PDPLBN)
ORLANDA, ALEX (IND)
PONCE, PITOY (PDPLBN)
QUISAY-VILLANUEVA, GINALYN (NP)

Who will be the winners of the upcoming 2019 May elections in the municipality of Bolinao?

Guico vs Gotoc: Binalonan, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Binalonan continues to be the center of political action in the upcoming 2019 election as Ramon Guico Jr. returns to try to lead the town after his son MonMon Guico seeks for a higher office. Guico Jr. will face his nephew Ryan Guico Gotoc Jr. for the mayoralty race in this town. Meanwhile, incumbent Vice Mayor Melicio Patague II faces Eduardo Boado and Conrado Paul Ramos for the second highest office of the town.

Binalonan is politically subdivided into 24 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 32,746 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

BINALONAN, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

GOTOC, RYAN (PDPLBN)
GUICO, RAMON JR. (LAKAS)

VICE-MAYOR

BOADO, EDUARDO (IND)
PATAGUE, MELICIO II (LAKAS)
RAMOS, CONRADO PAUL (PDPLBN)

COUNCILORS

AQUINO, DOROTEO (PDPLBN)
ARADANAS, JERRY (LAKAS)
BALANGUE, BRYAN LOUIE (LAKAS)
BAUTISTA, NOEL (LAKAS)
BUQUING, ERNESTO (LAKAS)
CABURNAY, JOSIE (LAKAS)
CALSO, ALLEN JR. (PDPLBN)
ESPIRITU, ALBERTO (PDPLBN)
GOTOC, BRYAN (PDPLBN)
JAVIER, MICHAEL (PDPLBN)
LAPEÑA, DIOSDADO (PDPLBN)
LEGASPI, RENATO (IND)
LOPEZ. GEORGE (PDPLBN)
MANAOIS, GLORY JOVELYN (LAKAS)
RIVERA, DOMINGO JR. (LAKAS)
TAMBO, LORENZO (LAKAS)
VILLENA, RUBEN (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners of the upcoming 2019 May elections in the municipality of Binalonan?

Espino takes on two opponents: Bautista, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Amadeo Espino is looking to have another term as he faces Rolando Jimenez and Roel Tamaneng in the mayoralty race. Daniel De Leon is taking on Joseph Espino for the vice mayoralty race.

Bautista is politically subdivided into 18 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 17,974 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

MAYOR

ESPINO, AMADEO (PDPLBN)
JIMENEZ, ROLANDO (LPP)
TUMANENG, ROEL (NPC)

VICE-MAYOR

DE LEON, DANIEL (NPC)
ESPINO, JOSEPH (PDPLBN)

COUNCILOR 

AQUINO, RAEM (PDPLBN)
BRILLANTE, PAUL MELVIN (NPC)
GACUTAN, ROSE (PDPLBN)
LAGUARDIA, NILO (PDPLBN)
MARCOS, ERIC (NPC)
MEJIA, ALBINO SR. (PDPLBN)
MOSUELA, ROBERTO (IND)
NAVARRO, JOHNSON (IND)
PETINEZ, SIMPLICIO III(PDPLBN)
RAMOS, DOMINADOR (PDPLBN)
SIAHON, ENRICO (PDPLBN)
SUÑGA, JOSELITO (IND)
TAGULAO, ALEX (IND)
VILLANUEVA, JESUS (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners of the upcoming 2019 May elections in the municipality of Bautista?

 

Incumbent Mayor and Vice Mayor in the mix: Basista, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Manolito de Leon seeks another term but with two opponents, current Vice Mayor Jolly Roque Resuello and Joy Perez. Bovan Bugarin, Lando De Guzman and Marilou Perez are vying for the second office of the municipality.

Basista is politically subdivided into 13 barangays. where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 19,611 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Mayor Manolito de Leon
• Vice Mayor Jolly Roque Resuello
• Electorate 19,611 voters (2016)

MAYOR

DE LEON, MANOLITO (PDPLBN)
PEREZ, JOY (NPC)
RESUELLO, JR. (NUP)

VICE-MAYOR

BUGARIN, BOVAN (PDPLBN)
DE GUZMAN, LANDO (NUP)
PEREZ, MARILOU (NPC)

COUNCILORS

BACANI, CHRISTIAN (NUP)
BUSTARDE, CARLOS JR. (PDPLBN)
CAPUA, MARIÑO (NUP)
CASTRO, JEAN (NPC)
CAYABYAB, DANNY (PDPLBN)
DE GUZMAN, ARSIE (PDPLBN)
DE GUZMAN, JET (NUP)
DE GUZMAN, LEO (IND)
DE GUZMAN, ROSALIE (NUP)
DORIA, BERNARD (NUP)
ERGUIZA, TERESITA (PDPLBN)
FRIAS, DOMINADOR JR. (NUP)
FRIAS, SONNY (NUP)
HERMOGENO, RICARDO (PDPLBN)
MACARAEG, ABA (PDPLBN)
PEREZ, JAKE (NPC)
RAMOS, SOCORRO (NUP)
RESULTAY, DOMING (NPC)
SOLOMON, OSCAR (NPC)
SORIANO, TITO (PDPLBN)
URSUA, VICTORINO (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners of the upcoming 2019 May elections in the municipality of Basista?

Yamamoto takes Rivera: Bani, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Gwen Yamamoto seeks another term at the expense of her opponent current Vice-Mayor Filipina Rivera in the upcoming 2019 May election. This is one of the interesting races as the top two politicians in the municipality will have a gigantic collision. Benjie Navaro takes on Hannibal Olores for the Vice-Mayor position.

Bani is politically subdivided into 27 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. The town is popularly known as one of a tourist destinations. In 2016, there were 27,568 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Bani, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

RIVERA, FILIPINA (PDPLBN)
YAMAMOTO, GWEN (NP)


VICE-MAYOR

NAVARRO, BENJIE (PDPLBN)
OLORES, HANNIBAL (NP)

COUNCILORS

AQUINO, WILHELM (PDPLBN)
AVELINO, ARNOLD (IND)
CAMBA, MAGGIE (PDPLBN)
CATABAY, MARIANO (NP)
CATABAY, RONALDO (NP)
CRUZ, BOBET (PDPLBN)
DACAYANAN, ALICE (IND)
DELA CRUZ, ISIDRO (PDPLBN)
DEL ROSARIO, DOMY (PDPLBN)
ENRIQUE, HERNANDO (PDPLBN)
ESTABILLO, PHILIP (NP)
FLONDARINA, EDWIN (NP)
NACARIO, HEROHITO (NP)
NARAL, JUDY (IND)
NAVARRO, JP (IND)
OCAMPO, ELMER (NP)
OLORES, AMY (NP)
OLORES, OKOY (NP)
RIVERA, MANDING (PDPLBN)
TALANIA, NOEL (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners of the upcoming 2019 May elections in the municipality of Bani?

Three candidates targets the highest post: Asingan, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Vice-Mayor Carlos Lopez Jr. is seeking a higher position in this year’s election. Lopez will face Emmanuel Sapigao and Joshua Viray for the mayoralty position in the municipality of Asingan. Virgilio Amistad and current Mayor Heidee Chua are vying for the town’s vice-mayor position.

Asingan is politically subdivided into 21 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 34,236 registered voters.It is the root and hometown of President Fidel V. Ramos, the 12th President of the Philippines (1992–1998). The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Mayor

LOPEZ, CARLOS JR. (NPC)
SAPIGAO, EMMANUEL (PDPLBN)
VIRAY, JOSHUA (PDPLBN)

VICE-MAYOR\

AMISTAD, VIRGILIO (PDPLBN)
CHUA, HEIDEE (NPC)

Councilors

ABELLA, MARK (NPC)

BADUA, PATRICIO JR. (PDPLBN)

BENITO, JIMSIN (PDPLBN)

CACHOLA, RICARDO JR. (NPC)

CARDINEZ, MELCHOR SR. (NPC)

CARIAGA, JERRY (PDPLBN)

CARIG, JOHNNY MAR (PDPLBN)

CHUA, ATHENA IRA (NPC)

CRUZ, JUN (PDPLBN)

DAYAG, JULIO (NPC)

DORAO, EVANGELINE (PDPLBN)

GAMAZON, EUGENE (PDPLBN)

GARCIA, REYNALDO (IND)

IGNACIO, JOKER (PDPLBN)

LAMIGO, HERMINIO (IND)

LOPEZ, MEL (NPC)

MALILAY, VALERIANO (IND)

MILLAN, EMILIO JR. (NPC)

ORDONIO, FROILAN JR.

(PDPLBN)
ORINES, LEOPOLDO (PDPLBN)

PESALBO, MARLON (PDPLBN)

PICO, JESUS (PDPLBN)

ROBENIOL, MARIVIC (NPC)

VILLAR, ENRIQUE (PDPLBN)

VIRAY, JOSELITO (PDPLBN)

Callejo faces Mencias: ALCALA, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Callejo faces Mencias: ALCALA, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Re-electionist Mayor Jojo Callejo will face Rene Mencias for the battle of the top position in Alacala in the upcoming 2019 election. For the vice-mayor position, Anong Rosquita will try to stay but with opposition from Amado Reyes.

 

Alcala is politically subdivided into 21 barangays where the candidates will try to lure votes. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

ALCALA, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

CALLEJO, JOJO (PDPLBN)
MENCIAS, RENE (LAKAS)

VICE-MAYOR

REYES, AMADO (LAKAS)
ROSQUITA, ANONG (PDPLBN)

COUNCILORS

AGUILAR, CESAR SR. (LAKAS)
AQUINO, BEN (LAKAS)
BAUZON, EDDIE (LAKAS)
CABALTEJA, PLUTO (IND)
CABANAYAN, LAGALAG (LAKAS)
CABREROS, BETH (LAKAS)
CARAJAY, JOHNNY (PDPLBN)
CATALAN, ALDONG (PDPLBN)
CEREZO, CAMILO (PDPLBN)
DELA CRUZ, JR (PDPLBN)
ESPIRITU, AMOR (PDPLBN)
LIBOT, ART (LAKAS)
MENOR, JESS (IND)
PABUNAN, JORGE (LAKAS)
PEREGRINO, TOP (PDPLBN)
RAMOS, ROBERT (PDPLBN)
SALAZAR, THELMA (PDPLBN)
VALDEZ, LINO (LAKAS)

Up for grab: ALAMINOS CITY, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

 

The City of Alaminos in Pangasinan provides three candidates for Mayor in the upcoming 2019 local election. As one of the top tourist destinations in the Province, the battle for Alaminos City is critical. As a matter of fact, position for Mayor is up for grab as incumbent Mayor Arthur Celeste is running for governor in the province. Earl James Aquino, Wenard Camba and Bryan Celeste are vying for the Mayor.

Alaminos City is politically subdivided into 39 barangays where the candidates will be campaigning. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

ALAMINOS CITY, List ofPangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

AQUINO, EARL JAMES (PDPLBN)
CAMBA, WENARD (IND)
CELESTE, BRYAN (NP)

VICE-MAYOR

PEREZ, ANTON (NP)
RABAJA, DELIA (IND)
RAPAYRAPAY, ETONG (PDPLBN)

COUNCILORS

BACAY, APPLE (NP)
BERNAS, ORLAN (IND)
BOLING, RONNEL VICTOR (PDPLBN)
BRAGANZA, ARVIN (NP)
CAMPOS, DANILO (IND)
CARAMBAS, TOMAS (IND)
CELINO, ORLANDO (IND)
CORTEZ, LEO MICHAEL (PDPLBN)
DAMASCO, REVELINA (IND)
DE CASTRO, ALFRED FELIX (NP)
DELA CRUZ, ANTONIO (IND)
DE LEON, DAHLIA (NP)
DIZON-SISON, CAROL (NP)
FERNANDEZ, ELIANAS (IND)
FONTELERA, JOJO (NP)
GO, MILAGROS (PDPLBN)
HUMILDE, TONTON (PDPLBN)
IMPERIAL, JOHN CARLO (PDPLBN)
MENDEZ, RODOLFO (IND)
RABAGO, VERNA (NP)
RADOC, BAN (NP)
RANOY, FROEBEL (NP)
RARANGA, BERNARDO (PDPLBN)
RENDON, MARCELO (PDPLBN)
SISON-SEGUNDERA, MICHELLE (NP)
SORIANO, ALLAN (PDPLBN)

Who are the winners of the 2019 local election in Alaminos City?

Five aim for Mayor: AGUILAR, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

The municipality of Aguilar in Pangasinan has five candidates for Mayor in the May 2019 local election. In the vice-mayor position, four candidates are vying for it. In 2016, there were 23,781 registered voters in this town.

Aguilar is politically subdivided into 16 barangays where the candidates will be campaigning. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

MAYOR

BALLESTEROS, BETH (PDPLBN)
EVANGELISTA, ANO (NUP)
QUERODA, EDUARDO (IND)
SAGLES, BOYET (NPC)
ZAMUCO, BERT (IND)

VICE-MAYOR

PERTUDO, JUN (IND)
SALVADOR, ZALDY (NPC)
SISON, RAMON (PDPLBN)
ZAMUCO, DONDON (NUP)

COUNCILORS

BACANI, PAPOT (PDPLBN)
BAUTISTA, ELSIA (IND)
BERNAL, AGIDS (NPC)
CERVANTES, RENATO (NUP)
CORTEZ, TITO (PDPLBN)
DELA CRUZ, ROD (NUP)
DELOS SANTOS, RAFFY (NPC)
DUMLAO, MAT (PDPLBN)
DUQUE, BALDO (IND)
FRIAS, HILDA (NPC)
GONZALES, ACHILLES (IND)
HERMOGENO, DEMY (IND)
LADIA, GABRIEL (NUP)
LAOANG, LITO (IND)
LIMOS, ANG (NUP)
MANGALIAG, JASON (IND)
OCAL, ELEO (PDPLBN)
POSADAS, JESSIE (PDPLBN)
REPANCOL, DIN (IND)
REPATO, SONNY (NPC)
REY, SISSY (IND)
REYES, JING (NPC)
ROSARIO, JOSE (NPC)
SISON, MAGDALENA (PDPLBN)
SORIANO, KRISTAL (PDPLBN)
SUDIACAL, JOSEPH (NPC)
VILLANUEVA, BELEN (PDPLBN)
VILLANUEVA, EMONG (NPC

Who are the winners of in Aguilar, Pangasinan in the upcoming 2019 local election?

Comelec releases Consolidated List of All Substitute Candidates in Pangasinan

Changing mind is not new when it comes to running for an office in the coming May 2019 elections.  The emotion to join the race in a position sometimes is stronger than reason that an individual files for a certificate of candidacy. Upon considering and thinking about everything, the decision was not right for that individual or a party that substitution needs to be done.

While Comelec already released the tentative list of candidates and also provided the consolidated list of all substituted candidates in Pangasinan. Here are the complete list of all substituted candidates.

 

MUNICIPALITY NAME TO APPEAR ON THE OFFICIAL POSITION
BALLOT
OPES LAMBINO, MARK (NPC) VICE-GOVERNOR
ALAMINOS CITY MABALOT, VLADIMIR (PDPLBN) VICE-MAYOR
ALAMINOS CITY BACALA, BONJING (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
ALAMINOS CITY BOLING, OSCAR (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
ALAMINOS CITY MENDEZ, REGINA (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
BASISTA BUSTARDE, DANTE (PDPLBN) VICE-MAYOR
BAUTISTA ONG, EDUARDO (NPC) MAYOR
BAYAMBANG ANGELES, JUNIE (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
BAYAMBANG UY, LEVINSON NESSUS (NP) COUNCILOR
BINALONAN RIVERA, DOMINGO JR. (LAKAS) COUNCILOR
BINMALEY FRANCISCO, TIBOKEL (NUP) COUNCILOR
CALASIAO GABRILLO, NESTOR (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
DAGUPAN CITY FERNANDEZ, ALFIE (NP) VICE-MAYOR
DAGUPAN CITY LIM, CELIA (NP) COUNCILOR
LINGAYEN CRUZ, KAP ELDO (NUP) COUNCILOR
POZORRUBIO SONGCUAN, NONA FAYE (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
ROSALES TABIGNE, GRACE (PDPLBN) VICE-MAYOR
ROSALES TAMIN, ARCADI (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
SAN CARLOS CITY POSADAS, JUN (NPC) VICE-MAYOR
SAN FABIAN GUBATAN, MARIA ROLYN (NPC) VICE-MAYOR
SAN FABIAN BASBAS, REY (NPC) COUNCILOR
SAN JACINTO CONCEPCION, LONS (NPC) COUNCILOR
SAN JACINTO SOLOMON, EVA (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
SAN NICOLAS PRIMICIAS, ALICIA (PDPLBN) MAYOR
SAN NICOLAS PULIDO, AMOR (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
SUAL ARCINUE, JOHN CHRISTOPHER (NP) COUNCILOR
TAYUG CABOTAJE-RAMIREZ, MADLYN (NPC) COUNCILOR
URBIZTONDO VEDAÑA, MARK SALVADOR (PDPLBN) VICE-MAYOR
URBIZTONDO ATIENZA, VISSIA (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
URBIZTONDO DELA VEGA, JESUS (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
URBIZTONDO PALISOC, JOMEL (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR
URBIZTONDO PAYAOAN, ROGELIO (PDPLBN) COUNCILOR

Mass, thanksgiving concert kick off Binalonan Town Fiesta 2018

 

To thank the Lord Almighty for all the blessings that the Municipality of Binalonan has received from the past year, the celebration of the Town Fiesta 2018 began with a celebration of the Holy Mass and Thanksgiving Concert.

Both events, which occurred Feb. 11, were participated in by municipal officials and employees, barangay officials, teachers, students and other Binalonians from various sectors. The Thanksgiving Mass was celebrated at the Sto. Nino Parish Church officiated by Rev. Father Numeriano Gabot, who recalled the history of Sto. Nino being the patron saint of Binalonan.

On the other hand, the Thanksgiving Concert was held in the evening at the Binalonan Public Auditorium. In his message, Binalonan Mayor Ramon Guico III recognized “one true God” as the unifying factor why Binalonan continues to progress. Pastor Butch Charvet, gospel singer and composer, was the guest speaker of the celebration, emphasized the importance of God in everyone’s life. Pastor Nady Olinares, president of the BMF, led the Prayer for Binalonan, while Pastor Manuel Viloria did the Benediction.

 

Source: Binalonan, Pangasinan FB Page

National Bonsai Exhibition reels off in Binalonan

 

Binalonan, Pangasinan – The first nationwide Inter-Club Bonsai Exhibiton and Competition on Nov. 18 reeled off at the Bonsai Park at the Binalonan Municipal Town Plaza.

The cutting of the ribbon was done by the municipal officials headed by Mayor Ramon V. Guico with the Bonsai and Suiseki Club Alliance of the Philippines’ officials.

An opening program followed at the municipal grounds where the President of the Bonsai and Suiseki Club of Pangasinan, Pats Lopez welcomed all guests, participants and bonsai-enthusiasts coming from different Bonsai Ligas all over the country.

Most strategic

Michael Morden, vice-president of the Bonsai and Suiseki Alliance of the Philippines, stated in his remarks that Binalonan was chosen among other places as the site of the competition.

“Binalonan is the most strategic place for the activity. The Bonsai Park complements the centennial old acacia trees in the Rock Garden. Besides, it is not difficult to come over the town because of the TIPLEX which makes Binalonan, the gateway to the north, ” he said.

Significance

The significance of the endeavour was made by Pablo Dychitan, president of the Bonsai and Suiseki Alliance of the Philippines in his message. He said that the competition does not stop here. Nationwide activities will be done yearly and that they will contemplate for the 1st International Bonsai and Suiseki Exhibition by 2019.

Mayor Ramon V. Guico III thanked the organizer of the activity, the Bonsai and Suiseki Club of Pangasinan Incorported headed by Mr. Faustino Lopez for choosing Binalonan as the venue of the nationwide competition. The mayor supports the Bonsai Liga and said that it is one way of introducing the Binalonians to love and venture on this artistic activity. It is one of the ways of advocating his creative economy for the municipality.

Awarding

About 362 entries (the biggest ever in the history of bonsai competitions) were judged and 177 were awarded as winners in the following categories; Non-Bonsai for Bonsai Liga (Gold, Silver, Bronze), Bantigue Bonsai (Gold, Silver, Bronze), Special Bonsai Awards, Innovative Bonsai Category (Gold, Silver, Bronze), and Suiseki Category for Bonsai Liga (Gold, Silver, Bronze).

Judges of the competition were from bonsai advocates Mike Siow, Noryadi Noruddin, Abdul Hakam Bin Mohamed Esivan of Malaysia, Samson Adina from USA, David Du and Noland Sison, Board of Directors of the Bonsai Alliance of the Philippines.

Meanwhile, to give the opportune chance for the Binalonians to participate in the exhibition and to give credence to the core program of the town, Binalonan, ang Galing, the following awards exclusively for Binalonians were presented: Bonsai Category for Binalonan “Ang Galing” (Gold, Silver, Bronze), Special Bonsai Awards for Binalonan “Ang Galing” and the Novice Category, judged by 3 of the outstanding bonsai artists of the Philippines, Bernabe Millares, Erwin Mejiano and Cading Centeno.

Different activities are lined-up for the show until December 3. The schedule includes the following: Bonsai Lecture and Demonstration by the Malaysian Bonsai-experts, November 19; Everyday Lecture and Workshop of Bonsai Institute of the Philippines from November 20-24; Bonscience and Bonsai Best Practices on November 25 by Pangasinan artists; Bonsai Challenge on November 26 by the 5 Outstanding Bonsai Artists of the Philippines; Everyday Lecture and Workshop by the Bonsai Institute of the Philippines on November 27 and All Day Workshop (Bring Your Own Bonsai)) on December 2 and Egress on December 3.

Source: Binalonan, Pangasinan Facebook Page

Senate Blue Ribbon Committee hearing live stream on the Makati City Parking Building & Science HS

The probe on the alleged overpricing of the 11-storey new Makati City Hall II Parking Building continues on Tuesday November 18 at 9:00 AM, at the Session Hall 2/F Left Wing, Senate of the Philippines.

Vice President Jojemar Binay snubbed the invitation of the mother committee headed by Senator Teofisto Guingona in the last hearing. After the hearing was adjourned, the sub-committee continued its investigation about the alleged anomalous transactions in Makati City during the tenure of the Vice President then-Mayor.

In today’s hearing, the agenda would continue on the Makati City Parking Building II but more time probably would be given to the Makati Science High School building which Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV always said that was also overpriced.

Members of the Senate Blue Ribbon subcommittee members, Sen. Aquilino Pimentel III and Sen. Trillanes, went on for an ocular inspection of the New Makati Science Building during the weekend.

Trillanes said the city government of Makati used P1.3 billion for the construction of the MSHS building. The cost per classroom as computed would be equivalent to P24.6 million, which he said appears to be too expensive.

Expected to attend on Tuesday’s hearing are professional assessors and quantity surveyors. The first seven floors were being used for laboratories, classrooms, faculty room as and other school facilities. The eight floor is utilized for the 20 room dormitory, which can fill in 240 students having 12 students per room. However, these rooms are not yet being utilized.

The Senate Blue Ribbon subcommittee hearing live stream is available here.

Will there be new revelations from new witnesses to be presented?

Ayala Land Inc. pours P75 billion in Porac

MANILA, Philippines– Property Giant Ayala Land Inc. is pouring P75 billion ($1.68 billion) over a 20-year period to transform a new community in Porac, Pampanga, as it seeks to lure homeowners and manufacturers to northern Luzon.

Alviera is a 1,100-hectare master-planned, township development in Central Luzon and Ayala Land’s first large-scale estate development in the region, done in partnership with the Leonio clans. It will comprise residential communities, industrial parks, schools, country club, and recreational facilities.
Bernard “Bobby” Dy, Ayala Land CEO, said that the project would allow the company to replicate its success in developing other large-scale communities, like the 1,800-hectare Nuvali project in Laguna province.

Dy also added that the size of the property development allows them to do what they do best.

Ayala Land vice president Anna Margarita Dy said that Alviera would provide homes to around 65,000 people, and employ 20,000 workers over the next 20 years. “We are known for large-scale, master-planned, mixed-use, and sustainable communities that become thriving economic centers in their respective regions. These growth centers serve as platforms for Ayala Land’s various product offerings, integrating into thriving communities that generate value over time,” she added.

The first phase of Alviera would be launched this month with an estimated P8 billion ($189.68-million) to be spent for the project. The initial phase will involve 207 hectares.

The Alviera Industrial Park is a 30-hectare project registered with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority and will be sold to non-polluting light industries at P15,000 ($336.90) per sq. m. Aside from Local exporters that have already shown interest, Ayala Land said that Korean and Taiwanese manufacturers are also drawn to the property,

Educational facilities will also be major component of Alviera, with two schools, Holy Angel University and Miriam College., have agreed to put up their Campus in a 10 Hectare lot.

Ayala said land cuts will range from 150 to over 1,000 square meters, with prices ranging from P10,000 to P15,000 per square meter.