Despite IRA cut, Calasiao mulls bigger 2012 budget

October 24, 2011 at 9:51 am Leave a comment

Calasiao Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay

By Mortz C. Ortigoza
CALASIAO- Despite the more than P4 million reduction in its share from the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA), this town increased its proposed budget for next year by P8 million.
Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay confidently said that his administration could compensate for the slash in IRA, and that there will be no employees to be laid-off.
He said the budget of P132 million for next year from the P125 million this year, is attainable.
Macanlalay explained that the computation of the next year’s budget did not include the business and other taxes this town can get from the mammoth retail giant Robinson that will open for business next year.
Macanlalay did not discount a supplemental budget from the revenues of Robinson in case this town’s needs more funds.

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