Archive for July, 2010

Alibi para mangutang ni Noy


VICE MAYOR JOJO ESTRELLA PAJELA NG ROSALES, alam mo ba na sa Sona sa July 26 ay sasabihin ni Presidente Noynoy na ang kaban ng bayan ay bangkarote na.

Sasabihin niya na naubos na ang pondo ng bayan.

Vice Mayor Jojo, ano ang gagawin kung iginigiit ni Presidente Noynoy at sinasangayunan naman ng mga pari, negosyante at ng mainstream media na wala nang alternatiba at ang kailangan ay maghigpit ng sinturon, magtiis at umasa?

Kailangan daw na magtipid hindi lang ang gobyerno…pati ako, pati ikaw na ordinaryong mamamayan ay dapat na maghigpit ng sinturon…magtipid.

Ano po ang ibig sabihin ng paghihigpit ng sinturon?

Mababawasan ang inaasahan natin na serbisyo mula sa gobyerno.

Huwag daw tayong aasa ng maraming grasya mula sa gobyerno dahil wala nang pondo.

Ikikukundisyon na ang ating isipan na hindi kasalanan ng bagong administrasyon kung hindi makapag-deliver ng basic services.

Sasabihin naman ng pribadong sector na hindi muna sila makakapagtaas ng sahod dahil may krisis sa ekonomiya.

Kaya kahit na pataas ng pataas ang presyo ng langis, asukal, toyo, sukat at iba pa ay huwag kang umasa na tataas ang sahod mo.

Pinipilit tayo na mag-tiis at umasa tulad ng sinasabi ng simbahan dahil sa dulo daw ay may kasaganaan.

Pero matagal na tayong nakagapos sa kadena ng kahirapan

Nagsisikap ang administrasyon at ang galamay na media na papaniwalin tayo na dahil sa ginawa ng nakaraang administrasyon ay dapat tayong maghigpit ng sinturon.

COUNCILOR TONY MUYA NG ROSALES, alam mo ba na si Vice Mayor Jojo Pajela ay ay may paninindigan para sa pagbabago ng lipunan?

Siya ay kasama din sa mga pakikibaka para sa mga isyu na ikububuti ng mga mamamayan.

Si Vice Mayor Jojo ay hindi lang nakikibaka para sa kalusugan kung hindi para sa iba’t ibang batayang serbisyo para sa mamamayan.

Siya ay aktibong kumikilos para sa tunay na pagbabago.

Dapat huwag tayong maniwala sa pagsisinungaling ng mga taong namuno at sa mainstream media.

Dahil wala na daw taong pondo, kinakailangan na manutang tayo sa mga dayuhan.

VICE MAYOR NILO COSTALES ng Villasis, ano ang gagawin kung iginigiit ni Presidente Noynoy at sinasangayunan naman ng mga pari, negosyante at ng mainstream media na wala nang alternatiba at ang kailangan ay maghigpit ng sinturon, magtiis at umasa…at mangutang sa International community?

At tulad ng mga dating namuno sa atin, madadagdagan na naman ang utang ng bayan.

Matagal na tayong nabubuhay sa utang panlabas o foreign debt na kinukurakot ng nakaupong administrasyon at binabayaran ng mga mamamayan.

Parati na lang tayong tinatakot na dapat daw ay tanggapin ang mga sakripisyo, kung hindi ay wala tayong gagastusin para sa mga kalsada at tulay.

Anong klase pa bang sakripisyo angf kailangangng gawin ang Pilipino para makaahon sa kahirapan.

Sa loob ng nagdaang 50 taon ang pandaigdigang ekonomiya ay nasa krisis na.

Ang desperadong pangungutang lamang ang lagging gamot sa kawalan ng pondo.

Pero ang nakikita natin ngayon ay marami na ang mga negosyong nagsasara na nagdudulot ng kawalan ng trabaho.

July 29, 2010 at 8:12 am Leave a comment

San Carlos officials, students plant trees to remember Mayor Jolly


By Brando Cortez

SAN CARLOS CITY-The mayor and vice mayor and Binalatongan Community College students and their teachers woke up before sunrise to go to one of the remotest villages of this city to fulfill an annual mission.
They will plant trees and distribute school bags and slippers to children to
to commemorate the birth of the late mayor Julian “Jolly” Resuello.
Mayor Jolly Resuello is known to be the father of modern San Carlos City.
His sons, Mayor Julier “Ayoy” Resuello and his younger brother Vice Mayor Joseres “Bogs” Resuello led the tree planting at the Supo Elementary School where they cited their father’s development vision for the city and vowed to continue in the fulfillment of the progress of the city.
The school officials and the public school students together with the barangay officials and residents warmly welcomed Mayor Resuello and company.
“This annual tree planting activity is our way of thanksgiving for the blessings we have received from mother earth and the community,” Resuello said. “Every tree that we plant every year is for the future of the people of San Carlos.”
About 150 college students and teachers from Binalatongan Community College participated in the activity as their way of contributing to the regreening of this part of San Carlos City.
“This is our statement that trees should not be cut indiscriminately,” Joseres Resuello said. “Instead, we should continue planting and nurturing trees whenever we have the opportunity to do so.”
Aside from tree planting Mayor Resuello gave away school bags and slippers to the elementary students.
Resuello said the students deserve to be educated and it is the government’s responsibility to give them a decent education.

“Napagpasiyahan po namin na dito ganapin ang tree planting activity at ang pamimigay ng school bags at tsinelas para mailapit namin ang gobyerno sa inyo,” Resuello said. “Malayo man po sa sentro ng San Carlos ang barangay na ito ay hindi po natin nakakalimutan ang pagsilbihan kayo.”
With his new and overwhelming mandate from the people of San Carlos, Mayor Resuello said that he is now more inspired to translate the people’s trust into more tangible projects that will not only touch their lives now but much more for the future of the children of today.

July 29, 2010 at 8:08 am Leave a comment

Insurance


Helen Bautista of Binalonan town receives a symbolic check forP20,000 representing insurance coverage of her late husband, Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team(BPAT) member Jimmy Bautista, from Sr.Supt.Percival Barba, Pangasinan police director, recently at the Pangasinan PNP provincial office. Also in photo is second district Rep. Leopoldo Bataoil.(CESAR RAMIREZ)

July 27, 2010 at 8:03 am Leave a comment

Taiwanese interested to invest in Pangasinan


By Danny O Sagun

LINGAYEN – Pangasinan continues to attract prospective foreign investors.

This time a group of top government officials and businessmen from the Republic of China visited the province to explore the possibilities of setting up business.

The group, led by Taiwan Senator Lu Hsuen-Chang, called on Gov. Amado T. Espino, Jr. at the provincial Capitol Thursday. They later faced the local media in a press conference at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center and also visited scenic Bolinao town.
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July 27, 2010 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

I’m not the acting vice governor – Rosario


By Mortz C. Ortigoza

LINGAYEN – The most senior board member of the provincial board of Pangasinan denied he was the acting vice governor after Vice Governor Ferdinand Calimlim could not attend the series of sessions in this capital town due to a slipped disc.

Board Member Jeremy Agerico Rosario hoped for the speedy rehabilitation of Calimlim so he can go back to his duty as the second highest provincial official.

“Hindi po totoo iyan that I am the acting vice governor. Of course all of us know that Vice Governor Ferdinand Calimlim is suffering from a back pain. It’s a simple case of slipped disc, “Rosario said.
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July 27, 2010 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Romero leads tree planting along Angalacan River


By Mortz C. Ortigoza

MANGALDAN- Not satisfied with being a back-to-back winner for the contest of cleanest river in Pangasinan, Mayor Herminio Romero led residents in planting thousands of tree seedlings along the Angalacan River in barangay Nibaliw..

Romero said the trees could protect lives and properties in case another flood would visit this town again.

“Pray that the trees will grow fast. Pray that the trees will protect us against a big calamity. Planting adds plus 10 years to your life. Plant trees so your life will be longer,“ he exhorted his constituents.
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July 27, 2010 at 7:56 am Leave a comment

P4.5 B re-regulating pond will continue, Mencias says


By Virgilio Sar. Maganes

ROSALES- Project Manager Reynaldo Mencias of the Agno River Integrated Irrigation Project (ARRIP) debunked claims by some quarters that the re-regulating pond, an irrigation component of San Roque Multipurpose Dam will not be pushed through under the administration of President Aquino.

“The construction of the re-regulating pond will continue under the new administration. The funds are already available through the loan of the Government of the Philippines (GOP) from the China Export-Import Bank amounting to P11.2 billion. The P4.5 billion is earmarked for the construction of the re-regulating pond,”Mencias told this paper.

It will be recalled that the project was started during the administration of then President Arroyo and was considered as one of her banner projects. It was then under the monitoring supervision of then Secretary Hermogenes Esperon Jr. of Presidential Management Staff.
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July 27, 2010 at 7:55 am Leave a comment

SY FILES: Susan V. Yadao


Kasambahay

Nakakataas ng morale para sa mga kasambahay ang panukalang batas kasambahay o magna carta for household helpers ni Sen. Loren Legarda.

Ayon sa http://www.familymatter.org mahigit anim na raang libo ang mga katulong sa bansa pero iilan lang sa kanila ang nakakaalam na matagal ng may batas na pomoprotekta sa kanilang mga karapatan. Gayundin karamihan sa mga pamilya na may katulong ay hindi alam na mayroong ganitong batas.

Nakasaad sa Labor Code of the Philippines na hindi dapat lalampas sa dalawang taon ang kontrata ng isang katulong pero maari itong i-renew depende sa kanilang kasuduan, ang minimum wage ay P800, P650 o P550 depende kung saang lungsod o bayan sila namamasukan. Entitled din sa SSS coverage yaong mga tumatanggap ng at least one thousand pesos a month at syempre libreng tirahan, pagkain at medical attendance. May karapatan din ang mga katulong na mabigyan ng oportunidad na makapag-aral at makatapos kahit man lang sa elementarya.
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July 27, 2010 at 7:53 am Leave a comment

Bone Dry



The spillway of the San Roque Dam where millions of cubic meters were released at the height of typhoon “Pepeng” in October last year, is dry at present. (Cesar Ramirez)

July 25, 2010 at 6:33 am Leave a comment

IF ALL FACTORS ARE IN: San Roque Dam will release water


By Yolanda Sotelo

SAN MANUEL, PANGASINAN – There are no guarantee that Pangasinan will not submerge once more, similar to the kind of flooding that occurred at the height of typhoon” Pepeng “in October last year.

Virgilio Garcia, hydrologist of the National Power Corporation, said if four factors under the dam discharge protocol of NPC and related agencies, the San Roque Dam in San Manuel will open its gates to release water that can no longer be contained by its reservoir.

Garcia and other officials involved in the flood forecasting and warning activities, presented to the reporters on Friday the “dam discharge protocol” to be followed when releasing excess water from the San Roque Dam.
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July 25, 2010 at 6:31 am 3 comments

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