City Dev’t Council okays P8.18B Annual Investment Program

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“We endeavored to include everything that you can think of within reason, but we can only spend what we can afford,” Mayor Oscar Moreno told members of the City Development Council during its full council meeting on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at Chali Beach Resort in barangay Cugman, this City.

The mayor’s appeal came after the CDC favorably approved the 2019 Annual Investment Program worth P8.18 billion. Of the amount, economic development services sector got the biggest chunk with P3.57 billion; followed by social development services sector with P2.75 billion, and general public services sector, P1.86 billion.

Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin ‘Kikang’ Uy, Majority Floor Leader Ian Mark Nacayan and City Councilros Enrico Salcedo, George Goking, Teudolfo Lao, Edna Dahino, Yan Lam Lim, Reuben Daba, Ma. Lourdes Gaane, John Michael Seno, Annie Daba and Suzette Magtajas-Daba, barangay chairmen, representatives from civil society organizations (CSOs), private sector and academe joined the meeting. (IAF-CIO/photos by Jay Arancon)    


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Cagayan de Oro City’s young and promising boxers, Carlo Paalam, Marvin Tabamo and Sugar Rey Ocaña, brought home 1 gold and 2 bronze medals in the just-concluded 1st Thailand Open International Boxing 2018, Team CdeO boxing head coach Elmer Pamisa reported.

The three pugilists who are products of Mayor Oscar Moreno’s grassroots amateur boxing development program are now members of the Philippine National Boxing Team. (IAF-CIO/photos by Nic Anches)



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Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Oscar Moreno together with Arch. Antonio Ledesma, Atty. Arnolfo Ricardo Cabling, SHFC president, Dr. Billy Tusalem, Board of Director/COO of Julio & Florentina Ledesma Foundation Inc., Rev. Fr. Juan Magallanes Lagdamen Jr., project construction chairman of Earth Based Habitat Builders and Omairah Mardan, president Muslim Christian Women Homeowners Association Inc., signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) this morning, July 9, for the establishment of a housing project intended for the 223 Typhoon Sendong survivors.

The city government and the Archdiocese through its Social Action Center will spearhead the field-level implementation of the project. The city will also provide assistance for site development, road network, electric, water and among others.

The Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC,) on the other hand, is the financing agency for the project through granting a loan to the association for lot purchase and housing construction. 



62 Piso-Piso beneficiaries receive land titles

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Some 62 Piso-Piso program beneficiaries from Barangays Tumpagon and Mambuaya have been emancipated from the bondage of political control as they got the titles of the lands they are occupying during this morning's Flag Raising ceremony at the city hall.

Mayor Oscar Moreno and Atty. Edgar Cabanlas, chairman of the Task Force for the Emancipation of Piso-Piso Beneficiaries (TFEPB), City Administrator Teddy Sabuga-a led the distribution together with foreign guests from USAID-SURGE Program, Mr. Bill Althaus, and Brad Baxter, officials from PENRO, CENRO, and BIR. (Photo by Nic Anches)

Brgy Tuburan, Canitoan & 22 bag 2017's Oro Kalimpyo Award

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After more than six (6) months of meticulously evaluating and assessing how different barangays in Cagayan de Oro implemented its proper solid waste management, the Oro Kalimpyo Search Committee together with the Solid Waste Management Board and the City Government of Cagayan de Oro awarded Brgy Tuburan (Hinterland Category); Brgy Canitoan (Sub-Urban Category) and Brgy 22 (Urban Category as this year's Oro Kalimpyo awardees. The winners received P150,000, P200,000 and P150,000 respectively.
For Hinterland Barangay category: Brgy Mambuaya won the second prize with P100,000 cash prize + trophy; Brgy Baikingon, 3rd place with P75,000 cash prize + trophy; Brgy Indahag and Balubal, 4th placers with P10,000 cash prize + certificate.
For the Sub-Urban category: Brgy Gusa won 2nd place with P150,000 cash prize + trophy; Brgy Tablon 3rd place with P100,000 cash prize + trophy; Brgy Kauswagan 4th place and Brgy Bugo 5th place with P20,000 cash prize + certificate each.
For Urban category: Brgy 24 won 2nd place with P100,000 cash prize + trophy; Brgy 23 3rd prize winner with P75,000 cash prize + trophy; Brgy 25 and Brgy 27 4th and 5th prize winners with P20,000 cash prize + certificate.###



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