ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT FOR 2012
“To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe.” – Anatole France
Every great accomplishment starts form dreaming and believing; after which the execution of careful planning and the required action. All these inspire all of us to reach the vision we set to reach; thus, the year 2011 is marked with numerous remarkable accomplishments which elevated the town to a higher status in terms of development and sound management.
These services that we all accomplished for the benefit of the townspeople are clearly embodied in this report. With pride, I am very much honored to present them not just because its submission is required under existing laws. I am laying the report with a pure intention of having the same as a source of inspiration to make the coming years more productive and richer in terms of accomplishment.
Perhaps the most notable accomplishment remarkable for Calatagan on its centennial year is for being a Seal of Housekeeping Awardee. The honor conferred by the Seal shows that the town has an above benchmark performance in internal housekeeping. It means that this administration accords primacy to sound fiscal management, transparency and accountability.
I commend the people behind me who exerted much effort in making 2011 a better year for Calatagan. The Honorable Members of the Sangguniang Bayan deserve to be applauded for bringing vital legislative measures to address the needs of the people. Major credit is likewise given to the municipal employees and barangay leaders for their concerted effort to be effective public servants in the real sense of the word. More so, appreciation is accorded to the people of Calatagan for their cooperation and support.
With the common drive of giving the excellent Serbisyong Galing sa Puso, I strongly believe that w can make Calatagan a Palace in Batangas.
SOPHIA G. PALACIO, M.D.
The Accomplishment Report for CY 2011 is a compendium of all the accomplishment reports of different offices under the administration of Mayor Sophia G. Palacio, M.D.
The accomplishments of the different offices were based on the targets set by the Three – Year Strategic Development Thrust and Priorities embodied in the Executive – Legislative Agenda of the Municipality of Calatagan, Batangas for CY 2010 – 2012. These targets are all set to meet the desired growth and development of the municipality. Correspondingly, the same also identifies challenges, weaknesses and concerns that limit and hinder the development of Calatagan and the improvement of the quality of life of the Calatagueños.
Although the municipality is faced with priority issues and concerns, like incidence of poverty, unemployment and low agricultural productivity, the administration tried to address the issues and concerns by formulating plans and strategies.
The development of Calatagan is fueled by the following drives:
Sustainable development by focusing on agro – industrial, eco – tourism and prevailing revenue generating concerns
Outstanding public services adhering to the principle of leadership by example
Politics of performance
Healthy, educated and economically satisfied people who live in a clean environment
Implementation of projects beneficial to the majority
A watchful agent who will continue the vision of making Calatagan a Palace in Batangas
Further, the accomplishment of various offices were focused on the improvement of Health, Education and Environment, Agriculture, Roads, Tourism, Sports and Security. Furthermore, the development efforts are set to reach the provincial goals which are food security, employment generation and enhanced delivery of basic social services.
These key goals are to be achieved through the Annual Investment Plan which includes key programs categorized into three sectors namely economic, general public and social services.
For CY 2011, the sectoral distributions of the Annual Budget are as follows:
General Services - Php39,028,176.60
Social Services - 16,690,832.20
Economic Services - 25,352,498.20
Total - Php81,071,507.00
Under the Economic Services sector, incorporated are the programs and projects on agri-aqua development, veterinary services, environment management, livelihood promotions and tourism development.
The Social Services Sector is focused on the realization of programs, projects and activities on health development program, social welfare and employment, nutrition and education.
The General Services covers various infrastructure development projects and programs.
For the year 2011, the Municipality of Calatagan received an Internal Revenue Allotment in the amount of Php69,995,112.50. The collection of the real property taxes reached the amount of Php5,993,726.59 while that of that local and other miscellaneous revenues, Php9,527,298.60.
Including supplemental budget, below is the summary of 2011 Appropriations of the Municipality of Calatagan.
Personal Services - Php39,641,087.00
MOOE - 37,720,225.43
Capital Outlays - 17,158,656.35
TOTAL - Php94,519,968.78
The Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses is further allocated into:
|Current Operating Expenditures||- Php31,448,240.08|
|Gender and Development||- 2,183,410.00|
|5% Calamity Fund||- 3,963,575.35|
|Aid to 25 Barangays||- 125,000.00|
Total - Php37,720,225.43
The local government unit posed the following expenditures for the year 2011.
Personal Services - Php39,330,409.52
MOOE - 29,541,588.02
Capital Outlays - 885,496.00
Total - Php69,727,493.54
The local government unit, under the present administration is continually coping with the demands of time. Through the support of the Sangguniang Bayan, coupled with the able assistance of the performing employees, the Office of the Mayor delivered its mandates to its clientele with zeal and vigor.
With the conviction that efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery always start with a dedicated workforce, the administration sees to it that all the offices are functioning well and the fastest and efficient services are accorded to the people.
Likewise, the participation of local special bodies and non-government organizations is strengthened in order to obtain positive development results. This is premised on the principle that progress can be strongly attained through people’s initiative and participation.
The LGU has tapped the services of higher agencies of the government for infrastructure projects and social services which include, among others, the Cash of Work Pantawid sa Pamilya Programs of the DSWD.
The local government unit’s effort of serving the people at its best may not have been enough. Still, there are some other areas that are needed to be improved which includes, among others, human resource management and development, local legislation and resource allocation and utilization. These are the areas that are identified for improvement in the State of Local Governance Performance. In the ensuing years, these identified weaknesses will be given attention for them to be strengths. It will then be the challenge to the persons concerned to see to it that the required actions will be done. It can be noted, however, that the support of the entire municipal government personnel and officers contributed to the effective delivery of services and promotion of public welfare through good governance.
PART I. THE STATE OF LOCAL GOVERNANCE PEFORMANCE
- 1. Administrative Governance
Effective administration is needed to ensure that the Local Government Unit is on the right track on its way to progress. To ensure that the governance and administrative services of the municipality are taken cared of, there should be a way to gauge the performance of the LGU in this area.
It is on the premise that the LGPMS includes Governance and Administrative Services as one of its performance areas that includes two (2) service areas, namely: (a) Organizational Development; (b) Administration;
The LGU performed high but not excellent in the area. It has installed support mechanism for Civil Society and NGO groups. Moreover, the LGU has an effective human resource management and development program through the establishment of an effective human resource planning, effective recruitment and selection process, performance evaluation for its employees, human resource and career development, installation of an incentive and awards system and establishment of grievance committee. It allows transparency ensuring that the documents are available to public, responsive to the existing felt need of the employees and allowed participation of employee’s representative on selection process.
As for the development planning sub-sector, the municipality had a high sector performance with the rating of 4.09. In the pursuance of the vision and mission, quality plans were formulated and put in place for a more participatory planning process.
Public consultations involved various development sectors and the projects identified during force are considered as among the projects for implementation. Proposed projects are also subjected to development council consultations. Public consultation is a part of the continuing process of increasing public awareness and active stakeholders of programs.
The Annual Investment Plan carries sectoral goals that are consistent with the municipal’s vision, mission and goals. The active participation of all Municipal Development Council members made prioritization fair and acceptable to all sectors.
The Sangguniang Bayan, as the legislative body of the local government unit, is mandated to enact ordinance, approve resolution and appropriate funds for the general welfare of the local government units and its inhabitants pursuant to Section 16 of the Local Government Code 1991.
It is in the premise that the LGPMS includes legislative services as one of its performance areas that include two service areas, namely; (a) development legislation; and (b) legislative tracking system.
Article 103 (b)(1) of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Local Government Code of 1991 provides the creation of standing Committees in the local sanggunian as well as the preparation internal rules and procedures within 90 days after first regular session.
In consideration of the above-mentioned concerns, the LGU is in full compliance. All standing committees have been organized; it has adopted its own Internal Rules and Procedures. A legislative agenda, which provided well-defined legislative action and time frame, was also developed in full consultation with stakeholders.
LEGISLATIVE TRACKING SYSTEM
The Sanggunian get a fair rating on this sector (3.31). It has not yet installing proper indexing of resolution and ordinances for easy retrieval on inquiry. It has not yet adopting Code of General Ordinances, Gender and Development Code and Local Investment Code.
In the aspect of citizens’ participation, the municipality get a total score of 4.33 which is equivalent to an adjectival rating of high performance. The LGU is strong on the NGO/PO participation in the special bodies in the development process which is evident in the high rating it obtained in most indicators.
The participation of non-governmental organizations and people’s organization in all aspects of governance is encouraged by the municipal government. All accredited NGOs are represented in the municipality’s Special Bodies and other councils and boards created through an Administrative Order by the Municipal Mayor.
The six (6) Local Special Bodies are organized and made functional. The composition of these Special Bodies is in accordance with what is prescribed in the Local Government Code of 1991. Other councils and boards were also organized in pursuance to the issuances by National Government Agencies such as Solid Waste Management Board, the Municipal Council for the Protection of children, the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, the Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse Council, among others.
A high rating of 4.87 was garnered by the municipality in this sub sector which is indicative of the fact that the municipality has always promoted transparency in all dealings and operations. It has published newsletter entitled “ Ang Palasyo” which features the latest executive measures and programs implemented by the executive and legislative body. Aside from the newsletter, the municipality has also produced flyers and brochures on the profile of the LGU and its tourist attraction, list of business establishments, banks, restaurants that are available for distribution to tourists and guests.
The LGU’s financial accountability is rated 4.76. It has exhibited an efficient system to enhance taxes and revenue. The Annual Budget is responsive to the budgetary requirements of the local government plans and satisfies statutory and mandatory obligations. The LGU has effective financial management system. The composition of the Bids and Awards Committee is in accordance with Republic Act 9184 and all transactions made and recorded in accortdance with prescribed accounting and auditing rules and regulations. Annual financial statements of the LGU are completed and audited at the end of the year.
The LGU has streamlined civil application processes. The applications for business permits, building permits, real property assessment and certificates of occupancy are available in the one – stop shop.
Real Property Taxes
Local Taxes & Fees
2. ON SOCIAL GOVERNANCE
For the year 2011, the Municipality of Calatagan’s performance in the Health Services, Support to Education Services, Support to Housing and Basic Utilities and Peace, Security and Disaster Risk Management are as follows:
In general, the delivery of basic education in the municipality shared a positive level of condition. In fact, it has gained a perfect rating of five (5) with an adjectival equivalent of excellent performance. The condition must be attributed to organized and functional municipal school board which meets regularly to discuss the annual plan and budget of the Special Education Fund.
The Board has fairly utilized the SEF with prime consideration on the construction and repair of classroom buildings and school facilities and salary of extension teachers.
For the period ended December 31, 2011, the Special Education Fund posted an income in the amount of Php7,155,598.95 of which Php5,372,131.28 fully spent for Personal Services, Maintenance and Other Operating Expense.
As a result, the literacy rate, being a key impact of education sector, is high in school year 2011. This is attributed to the presence of number of schools in the municipality.
HOUSING AND BASIC UTILITIES
The LGU fell short in its attempt to increase its support to housing and basic utilities. It has received a rating of 3.40 which has an adjectival equivalent of fair.
The low performance maybe attributed to the household’s access to potable water and sanitary toilets. The municipality has a total of 12,086 households. On this, 10,273 or 84.9 % have access to potable water while only 8,302 or 69 % have sanitary toilets.
The LGU is doing its best to address the problem. It has purchased 500 pieces toilet bowl for distribution to those households without sanitary toilets.
There are three barangays covered by level III system operated by Level III system operated by the cooperative which pumps water from ground sources and distributed to some households.
Electricity is provided to almost all households. Telephone companies like Globe, Smart and WBTS accorded landline and wireless connection to some households. With the installation of cell sites in the area, some people have access to the state of the art communication facilities. In addition, the municipality has an access to postal services.
PEACE, SECURITY AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS
The municipality is considered one of the most peaceful municipalities in the Province. Average crime rate for the year 2011 is 0.63 %. This is an indication that police force has been doing their job despite the lack of manpower and the increasing population of the municipality.
For the year 2011, 11 crimes were recorded as index crimes. There are serious crimes in nature such as murder, rape, homicide, physical injury, robbery, theft, carnapping and cattle rustling. Most of the crime incidence occurring in the municipality are petty crimes and violations of ordinances.
3.ON ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE
The local government unit has improved in terms of economic governance as compared to last year’s rating on the three sub-areas namely Support to Agriculture Sector, Support to Fishery Services and Enterprises, Business and Industry Promotion.
The municipality has fishing and farming as sources of income of the townspeople. The above result on the LGU’s performance on these areas may have been contributed to some factors on the indicators since the LGU is very much supportive to the aforesaid areas; the same being the bread and butter of the Calatagueños.
The support of the provincial government when it comes to the improvement of farm-to-market road is an important factor which contributed much in elevating the quality of life of the townspeople.
In the field of fishery, support has been extended. The LGU is aided by various non-government organizations which provide logistical and training support to fisher folks and local leaders.
On top of this, the LGU is seeking for other alternative sources of income other than fishing and farming for the total satisfaction of the constituents.
RA 7160 otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 states that the local government units shall enhance, among others, the right of people to a balanced ecology. It is in this premise that LGPMS includes environmental management as one of its performance areas that include forest ecosystems management, coastal marine ecosystem management and urban ecosystem management.
Under the Coastal Marine and Forest Ecosystem Management, the LGU performed well and garnered a rating of five (5.0). This could be attributed to the fact that the LGU enacted ordinances necessary in protecting the environment. Information on this has reached the barangays thru Information Education Campaign (IEC)
Using LGPMS as a toll, the LGU performed well in waste management and pollution control having garnered a service area rating of five (5.0).
The Municipality of Calatagan has exhibited excellent performance on Coastal Marine Ecosystem Management; the same being a core concern of the LGU. Long – term planning is practiced. CSOs and citizens are engaged in coastal marine protection and rehabilitation. Areas for rehabilitation and protection are set, and that target areas for rehabilitation and protection are met.
Calatagan is a coastal municipality composed of twenty – five barangays; nineteen of which are coastal. Helping the LGU in the management and protection of the marine environment, aside from the Municipal Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Management Council (MFARMC) are volunteer Bantay Dagat members whose number in 2010 reached 42. They are deputized sea soldiers and are grouped for an effective seaborne patrol on the fluvial jurisdiction of the municipality. The LGU is maintaining 4 patrol boats, 5 marine protected areas, 11 mangrove parks / areas. Other than this, seaweed farms are introduced and the same became an alternative livelihood among local fishers.
The growing number of population in the urban areas made the ecosystem management a tougher job among implementers; the LGU got a fair performance in the area. Programs on solid waste management have been started and implemented to promote awareness on litter – free community. In the year 2010, the LGU, through the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office, in coordination with the schools in the district, has launched the
“ECO-BANK May Pera sa Basura Project”. This is seen to be an effective program targeting the youth as partner implementers
Part II - Financial Performance
ON REVENUE GENERATION
For the year 2011, the LGU estimated an annual budget in the amount of pesos : Eighty One Million Seventy One Thousand Five Hundred Seven Only (Php81,071,507.00); the same is illustrated as follows:
PARTICULARS BUDGET ESTIMATE PERCENTAGE
Real Property Taxes Php5,200,000.00 6.41%
Locally Sourced Revenue 11,250.00.00 13.88%
Internal Revenue Allotment 64,621,507.00 79.71%
TOTAL Php81,071,507.00 100%
The budget estimate for the collection of Real Property Taxes and Internal Revenue Allotment fully met as shown in the table below: However, tax collection initiatives for the locally sourced revenue seemed not to be wholly successful since collection fell short.
PARTICULARS ESTIMATE COLLECTION OVER COLLECTION
Real Property Taxes Php5,200,000.00 Php5,993,726.59 Php793,726.59
Locally Sourced Revenue 11,250,000.00 9,534,402.60 (1,7115,597.40)
Internal Revenue Allotment 64,621,507.00 69,988,008.00 5,366,501.00
TOTAL Php81,071,507.00 Php85,516,137.19 Php4,444,630.19
The above data is one an eye – opener for the concerned officials and employees to come up with strategies to intensify tax collection efficiencies. The Local Government Code gave the LGUs the autonomy to use their resources to maximize revenue generation. Likewise, it is encouraged that LGUs should not be dependent on Internal Revenue Allotment.
It can be gleaned from the graph above that Calatagan is very much closer to the average collection of a second class municipality; it fell short by 0.71 %. Luckily, it has surpassed the national average by 0.87 %
Calatagan posed an excellent performance in this area wherein the regular revenue is higher than the average of LGUs with the same LGU type and income class and the national average of the same LGU type regardless of income class.
The municipality is very much behind the average of second class municipalities when it comes to the status of locally – sourced revenue level but is doing well when compared to the national average.
On Locally-Sourced Revenue Per Capita, Calatagan posed a fair performance as it did not meet both the municipal and national average.
Calatagan displayed exceptional performance when it comes to the collection of real property taxes. It has surpassed the municipal and national average by 14.06 % and 16.81 % respectively.
The LGU has exceeded on personal services expenditure ratio by 2.52% in the municipal average and is almost the same as that of the national average
The LGU should revisit its revenue allocation in order to meet the required municipal and national average where it fell short by Php700.88 and Php1,578.42 respectively.
ON RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND UTILIZATION
In the year 2011, the Municipal Government of Calatagan has a total budgetary appropriation in the amount of Pesos: Eighty One Million Seventy One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos Only (Php81,071,507.00) broken down as follows:
Personal Services Php39,644,087.00
Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses 22,197,708.00
Statutory and Contractual Obligations 11,049,302.00
(Gender and Development Inclusive of
Budget for Senior Citizen’s Activities) 2,183,410.00
The aforesaid budgetary appropriation have not been fully utilized which resulted to an obligated balance in the amount of Pesos: Eight Million Eight Hundred Four Thousand Eight Hundred Eighteen and 89/100 (Php8,804,818.89). The expenditures are as follows:
Personal Services Php39,330,409.52
Capital Outlays 855,496.00
The collaborative effort of the different department of the local government unit aided by the leaders and volunteers from the barangays thru the supervision and mandate of the Municipal Mayor has brought numerous accomplishments which are all beneficial to the majority. As planned; the program and projects which were designed to be completed in the year 2011 were successfully implemented and/or started.
The following were the completed and implemented development projects:
ACTUAL COMPLETED INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS (20% Development Fund)
- Concreting of Barangay Road Php488,400.00
(Sambungan, Real, Carretonan, Quilitisan,
Biga, Balibgao, Talisay, Paraiso, Lucsuhin)
- Construction of Covered Court 994,300.00
- Purchase of Agricultural Tools and Planting Materials 77,050.00
- Purchase of Medical Centrifuge 17,000.00
- Rehibilitation of Water System 8,072.00
- Rehabilitation of Irrigation System 25,905.00
- Construction of Bantay Dagat Guardhouse 53,550.00
- Construction of Multi Purpose Building at 518,450.00
Gulod / Talisay
- Concreting of Barangay and Municipal Roads 476,925.00
(Bagong Silang, Poblacion II, Poblacion IV)
- Construction of Footbridge at Bucal and Balibago 287,285.00
- Flood Control Projects 776,759.00
- Other Public Infrastructure 627,889.40
- Construction/Other Structures 61,450.00
- Purchase of Engine of Heavy Equipment 200,00.00
- Construction/Land Improvement 999,440.00
- Development of Old Municipal Cemetery 1,969,800.00
- Construction of Municipal Building – Phase V 1,627,200.00
ACTUAL COMPLETED PROJECTS (GENERAL FUND)
- Construction/Repair of Barangay Hall and Php150,523.00
Other Public Buildings
- Construction of Water System 268,034.00
- Construction of Flood Control Facilities 1,407,769.00
- Other Public Infrastructure 1,116,553.00
ACTUAL COMPLETED PROJECTS (SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND)
- Repair and Maintenance of Classroom Building Php831,794.00
At different Schools
- Construction of Covered Court at LNHS 2,050,000.00
- Construction of ALS Building 310,000.00
Part III - State of Local Development
State of Local Development Report is an approximation of the state of socio – economic and environmental development; the result of which is based on LGU self – assessment or estimates of key development indicators. National target, average and expert inference are used as benchmarks; the result of the same is given every three years.
In the year 2009, the Municipality of Calatagan’s performance is described below
On Social Development
The LGU posed a high performance rating as it obtained a Development Index of 4.27 in social development which is 0.84 higher than the Overall Development Index.
The result is attributed to the municipality’s programs and projects on health and nutrition, education, housing and basic utilities and peace and order condition.
Being the primary concern in the HEARTS program of the LGU, health is given an utmost importance among the leaders and employees of the local government. In the year 2010, the Rural Health Unit, being the arm in implementing programs on health, has effectively implement the basic services that the townspeople need. Fund is appropriated to support various programs on disease prevention and cure. Being an accredited center of the Philhealth, it provides medical, dental and laboratory services to patients who also receive free medicines.
Perhaps the most important accomplishment on health for 2010 is the establishment of the Calatagan Annual Bite Treatment Center. This enables the patients to save money when they accidentally meet animal bite.
The LGU conducted free medical mission in order that the patients from far – flung barangay’s have the chance to meet the minimum requirements of annual check-up.
The Local School Board Chaired by the Municipal Mayor functioned effectively to support the public elementary and secondary education. It also actively supported the Alternative Learning System and Special Education Programs of the LGU. It is noteworthy to note that various non-government organization and private individuals have actively supported education and health programs. This includes, among others, the E. Zobel Foundation, Inc., Kabisig ng Kalahi, Rotary Club of Makati, Mrs. Ann Puno, etc.
While it is true that the lack of tertiary school in the municipality is a major educational problem in the municipality, the LGU is doing its best to work on the problem. Meantime, a computer – technical school opened in Barangay Gulod and another technical – vocational school is set to open in Barangay Balibago.
On Environmental Development
In term of environmental development, the municipality of Calatagan, Batangas posed an average performance by obtaining a 3.52 Development Index which is a little higher than the Overall Development Index which is 3.43.
In the year 2010, the LGU has initiated various projects on environmental concern a detailed accomplishment of the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office is presented in attachment 3 of this Annual Report.
It is noted that income per capita is very low and that poverty incidence is alarming. Thus, the LGU has focused some of its projects on livelihood activities for women and other organizations in the year 2010. It has also tapped higher national government agencies to address the problem; luckily, Calatagan, is chosen as a recipient of the Pantawid sa Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4 Ps) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development.
On Economic Development
A low rating of 2.50 Development Index is gleaned from the wheel chart; it does not reach the national target average of 3.43.
Part IV - Priority Strategies for Implementation
Attachment 1 - Brief Narrative of the LGU
LGU NAME: Calatagan, Batangas
Calatagan is a more – improved agro-industrial and eco-tourism oriented municipality whose satisfied progress-oriented residents are active participants in the attainment of balance and sustainable development.
To implement plans and programs that will address the people’s necessities and subsequently making them partners in developing and protecting the natural resources of Calatagan that will ,compete with the modern day infrastructure facilities and business enterprise.
LGU Type: Municipality
Income Class: 2nd
Total Land Area: 10,527.8890 has.
No. of Barangays: 25
No. of Households: 11,633
IRA Share: Php60,840,962.00
Locally-Sourced Revenue: Php14,732,111.00
Other Revenues: Php3,629,914.75
Total LGU Income: Php79,202,987.75
Coastal Marine Ecosystem
BEACH RESORT: Lago de Oro
Nacua Sea Park
Golden Sunset Resort
STILTS Beach Resort
Ronco Beach Resort
History and Culture: Cape Santiago Lighthouse
Sto. Domingo de Silos Parish Church
Natural Attractions: Ang Pulo Mangrove Conservation Park
Mangrove Areas / Diving Sites
Marine Protected Areas
Economic Activities: Agricultural
Commercial and Services Centers
Attachment 2 - Budget Performance and Financial Statements
STATEMENT OF INCOME
Beginning Balance - Php16,766,320.00
Tax Revenue - 8,030,000.00
Non – Tax Revenue - 8,120,000.00
Receipts from External Sources - 64,621,510.00
TOTAL RECEIPTS - 97,537,830.00
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
Personal Services - Php34,843,580.00
Maintenance & Other - 25,240,270.00
Capital Outlays - 13,240,270.00
Statutory and Contractual - 19,740,140.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURES - 93,323,990.00
Un-appropriated Balance - 4,213,840.00
Attachment 3 - Plans, Programs and Accomplishments
CONSTRUCTION OF COMFORT ROOM AT TALISAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE KIOSK WITH TABLE AND BENCH AT JOSE M. CAISIP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BRGY. BIGA
CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE KIOSK WITH TABLE AND BENCH AT TALISAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CONSRTRUCTION OF OPEN CANAL ALONG NATIONAL ROAD OF BRGY. TALISAY
CONSTRUCTION OF RETAINING WALL OF BRGY. LUCSUHIN
CONSTRUCTION OF STAIRS AT CARLOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CONSTRUCTION OF STAIRS AT CARLOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
COMPLETION OF BRGY. HALL OF BRGY. LUCSUHIN
COMPLETION OF LIBRARY BUILDING AT TANAGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CONCRETING OF BRGY. ROAD OF BRGY. BALIBAGO
CONCRETING OF BRGY. ROAD AT BRGY. PARAISO
CONCRETING OF BRGY. ROAD OF BRGY. CARRETUNAN
CONSTRUCTION CLASS BUILDING AT PARAISO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CONSTRUCTION OF CLASSROOM CR AT BIGA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CONSTRUCTION OF COVERED COURT OF BRGY. TANAGAN
CONSTRUCTION OF PERIMETER FENCE AT ENRIQUE ZOBEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CONSTRUCTION OF PERIMETER FENCE AT NEW MUNICIPAL CEMETERY
CONSTRUCTION OF RETAINING WALL AT BRGY. STA. ANA
CONSTRUCTION OF STAGE AT CARLOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
INSTALLATION OF STREET LIGHT AT BRGY. TALISAY
WIDENING OF BRGY. ROAD AT BRGY. BUCAL
Attachment 4 - List of Ordinances and Resolutions
Attachment 5 - List of Executive Orders
Number Title Date Issued
SGP AO # 01 Creation of the Municipal Census Coordinating February 9 , 2010
SGP AO # 02 Creation of the Local Governance Transition April 16, 2010
Team (LGTT) in the Municipality of Calatagan
Batangas and for Other Purpose
SGP AO # 03 Designation of Municipal Link for 4Ps March 23, 2010
(PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO
SGP AO # 04 Recognition of the Municipal Disaster July 21, 2010
Coordinating Council (MDCC)
SGP AO # 05 Mobilizing an Executive and Legislative August 5, 2010
Agenda Team (ELA TEAM) and designating
SGP AO # 06 Reconstitution of the Municipal Development September 23, 2010
SGP AO # 07 Reorganization of the Local Health Board September 23, 2010
SGP AO # 08 Re-Appointment of Municipal Fish Wardens / September 29, 2010
SGP AO # 09 Reorganization of the Municipal Peace and October 4, 2010
Order Council (MPOC)
SGP AO # 10 Organizing the Food Donation Team of the November 12, 2010
Municipality of Calatagan, Batangas
SGP AO # 11 Organizing the Crisis Management Committee November 12, 2010
of the Municipality of Calatagan, Batangas
SGP AO # 12 Creation of a Transition Team for the Inventory November 24, 2010
and Turn Over of Barangay Financial Records