Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Kontrata alang sa Doktor sa Baryo, aprobado na sa SP

Giaprobahan na sa Sangguniang Panlungsod ang Resolution No. 2023-0528 mao ang pagtugot kang Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran sa pagsulod sa usa kontrata tali sa siyudad sa Malaybalay ug kang Dr. Pauline Faith C. Miguel, alang sa doctor sa baryo nga gi-assign sa Upper Pulangi Lying-in clinic

Si Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran nag endorso ngadto sa SP uban sa paghangyo nga siya pagatugutan sa pagsulod sa usa ka kontrata tali sa CGM ug kang Dr. Pauline Faith C. Miguel alang sa nasangpit nga Doktor sa Baryo.
Ang lokal nga pangagamhanan gimandoan sa paghatag ug serbisyo, pag palambo ug pag protektar sa katawhan labi na sa maayong panglawas.
Human sa masusing pagtuon, atol sa ika 67th regular session niadtong Nobyembre 7, 2023 , giduso ni Hon. Cromwell Kiril D. Dinlayan hiniusang giuyunan sa konseho nga pagahatagan ug pagtugot ang halangdong mayor sa pagsulod sa nasangpit nga kontrata.
Tungod niini, mahatagan sa pagtagad ang maayong panglawas labi na kadtong nanimuyo sa Upper Pulangi.

6 Bukidnon leaders ranked in R-10 performance survey

MALAYBALAY CITY, Bukidnon – Four Bukidnon district representatives and two mayors were among the top-performing elected public officials in Northern Mindanao

This is based on the recent independent and non-commissioned “Boses ng Bayan” nationwide performance survey of public officials conducted by the RP-Mission and Development Foundation Inc. (RPMD).

As reported in their website.

The four Bukidnon members of the House of Representatives are 2nd Legislative District Rep. Jonathan Keith T. Flores and 3rd Legislative District Rep. Jose Ma. R. Zubiri Jr., 4th Legislative District Rep. Laarni L. Roque, and 1st Legislative District Rep. Jose Manuel F. Alba.

Flores ranks third, Zubiri and Roque ranks fourth, while Alba ranks fifth.

The job performance rating for Flores was 84.8 percent; Zubiri got 82.5 percent; Roque gained 82.1 percent; and Alba received 80.3 percent.

The 2nd legislative district of Misamis Occidental and the 1st and 2nd legislative districts of Cagayan de Oro City got the top spot.

On the other hand, the second spot was obtained by Iligan City’s lone legislative district and the 1st and 2nd legislative districts of Misamis Oriental.

Aside from Flores, the other three legislative districts in the third spot were Lanao del Norte’s 1st and 2nd districts and the 1st district of Misamis Occidental.

While on the fourth spot with Zubiri and Roque is Camiguin’s lone district.

The RPMD said that this “House of Representatives Public Satisfaction” survey for the Northern Mindanao Region is an integral segment of the nationwide “RPMD’s Boses ng Bayan” poll conducted between September 20-30, 2023.

For the city mayor category, last termer Valencia City mayor Azucena P. Huervas got the fourth spot while first termer Malaybalay City mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran placed fifth.

Mayor Huervas gained 83.5 percent of the job performance rating, while Mayor Pabillaran garnered an 82.9 percent rating.

The released performance evaluation survey of RPMD offers a nuanced and objective review of the efficacy of City Mayors across the Northern Mindanao Region.

The RPMD stated that the evaluation was anchored on seven fundamental parameters: service delivery, financial stewardship, economic development, leadership and governance, environmental conservation, social programs, and community involvement.

Administered by RPMD, this exhaustive survey covered various cities and districts across regions, capturing perspectives from 10,000 registered voters.

The RPMD clarified that the employed sampling methodology guaranteed a margin of error of ±1% at a 95% confidence level, with the selection of respondents being randomized and proportionally aligned with official voting population data.

Dr. Paul Martinez, a Global Affairs Analyst and RPMD’s Executive Director emphasized the pivotal role of such evaluations, noting, “Consistent assessments are paramount to ensuring our district representatives are meeting their responsibilities effectively.”

The “Boses ng Bayan” initiative by RPMD symbolizes a commitment to fostering transparency and responsibility in public service, championing a milieu where service excellence is both acknowledged and celebrated. (MG Mayumi B. Madera)

Turnover, Blessing of new city gov’t vehicles, motorcycles held

The City General Services Office (CGSO) hosted the “Blessing for Newly Acquired Vehicles and Motorcycles of the City Government of Malaybalay” ceremony on September 21, 2023, at the City Hall’s parking lot. City Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran, along with esteemed officials from the Sangguniang Panlungsod, graced the occasion, marking another important event in the city’s public service

Mayor Pabillaran expressed his appreciation for the arrival of a new fleet of government vehicles, acknowledging the late Mayor Florencio Flores for initiating this significant move. He shared his hopes that these newly acquired vehicles would enhance and expand the services offered to the city’s constituents.

The event, attended by various department heads and distinguished guests, witnessed the blessing of 14 service vehicles and 11 motorcycles. Father Mariano Chia officiated the blessing ceremony.This milestone underscores Malaybalay City’s commitment in improving public services and fulfilling its mandate. The new vehicles and motorcycles are expected to enhance government efficiency, furthering the city’s mission of providing better and more accessible services to its constituents.

The breakdown of vehicle allocations is as follows:

Toyota Hilux Pick-up Trucks (5 units) are allocated to the City Agriculture’s Office, City Engineer’s Office, Office of the Building Official (OBO), Philippine National Police (PNP), and TMC.

Mitsubishi Strada Pick-up Trucks (4 units) allocated to the City Assessor’s Office, CDILG, City Veterinary Office, and Malaybalay City Government Water Supply System (MCGWSS); Toyota Innova designated for the City Administrator’s Office; Mitsubishi Montero SUV assigned to the City Health Office; Toyota Hi-Ace Transport Commuter Van turned over to the Barangay Government of Sto. Niño; and Toyota Avanza (2 units) allocated to SP Flores and SP Orquia.

Motorcycles were also distributed to various city offices: Honda CFT 125 (5 units) for OBO; Honda XR-150 (4 units) City Treasurer’s Office; Honda CRF to MCGWSS; and Honda Click to Parole and Probation Office. (LGU Malaybalay)

Grand Opening sa Malaybalay Market Square, nagmalampuson

Malampuson nga napahigayon sa City Economic Enterprise Development and Management Office (CEEDMO) ang grand opening sa Malaybalay Market Square niadtong Sept. 04, 2023

Base sa report sa Philippine Information Agency-Bukidnon, gipahigayon ang aktibidad sa Multi-purpose Building A sa Malaybalay City Public Market.

Ang ribbon cutting gipangulohan ni Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran ug CEEDMO chief Romeo R. Lapeciros, Jr.

Sa tagline nga “Kalimpyo, Kahapsay, ug Kabibo”, ang CEEDMO Malaybalay nagpadayag sa Market Square nga nag-feauture sa 16 ka local cuisines ug delicacies stalls.

Ang Market Square mag-abli sugod alas 9:00 sa buntag ngadto sa alas 11:00 sa gabie, kada Lunes ngadto Miyerkules. (Omar Rashid Z. Abdullah)

Malaybalay City Vet office collaborates with livestock farmers for livestock intensification program

In a proactive move towards strengthening the local livestock industry, the Livestock Production Section of the City Veterinary Office extended a helping hand to the Barangay Caburacanan Livestock Farmers Association. On August 17, 2023, the services was offered to enhance livestock production and management

Dr. Omar T. Cahanap, the Livestock Production Section provided a range of services to the members of the said association. This included the issuance of essential credentials, the provision of livestock insurance, free consultation, and treatment services, along with pregnancy diagnosis for the livestock.

The event took place at the Upper Pulangi Barangay Caburacanan, where the City Veterinary Office’s extension officers from Upper Pulangi, joined to help facilitate the activity. The collaborative effort aimed to equip the livestock farmers with the necessary tools and knowledge to optimize their livestock production.

The initiative aligned with the broader Livestock Intensification program set forth by the city, as a crucial component of the upcoming Malaybalay City Livestock Farmers Federation Program under the leadership of Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran.

The program is expected to foster the growth of the local livestock sector, ensuring its sustainability and economic viability for the years to come. (LGU Malaybalay)