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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD
GENERAL SANTOS CITY

MINUTES OF THE 45TH REGULAR SESSION OF THE 17TH SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD OF THE
CITY OF GENERAL SANTOS, HELD AT THE SESSION HALL OF THE SANGGUNIANG
PANLUNGSOD, ON TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 2014 AT 9:16 A.M.

PRESENT:

Councilor Dominador S. Lagare III Acting Vice Mayor and Presiding Officer
Councilor Elizabeth B. Bagonoc
Councilor Ramon C. Melliza
Councilor Rosalita T. Nuñez
Councilor Shandee Theresa O. Llido-Pestaño
Councilor Richard L. Atendido
Councilor Marius Orlando A. Oco
Councilor Eduardo D. Leyson IV (late)

ABSENT:

Vice Mayor Shirlyn L. Bañas-Nograles (On Maternity Leave)


Councilor Franklin M. Gacal, Jr. (OB)
Councilor Brix T. Tan (OB)
Councilor Arturo C. Cloma (OB)
Councilor Vivencio E. Dinopol (OB)
Councilor Rogelio D. Pacquiao (OB)

SECRETARIAL STAFF:

Ms. Lolita P. Pedro Board Secretary IV


Ms. Ma. Lovella Morales-Gindap Board Secretary III
Ms. Joyce A. Coruña Stenographic Reporter IV
Ms. Dalisay F. Ignacio Stenographic Reporter III
Ms. Jerlyn L. Malupa -do-
Ms. Juliet A. Dela Torre -do-
Ms. Inocencia J. Tumbaga -do-
Ms. Dina B. Muring -do-

The session started with a prayer song led by the City Government Employees Performing Arts Choir Division
followed by the singing of the Philippine National Anthem and the General Santos City Hymn. The Honorable
Dominador Lagare III after thanking the choir acknowledged the presence of everyone and thereafter called the
session to order. The Board Secretary called the roll and there being no quorum yet the chair thereupon declared a
few minutes recess.

RECESS: 9:24 A.M.


RESUMED: 9:59 A.M.

With the arrival of Councilor Leyson IV the chair thereupon called the session back to order and acknowledged
the presence of the former and noting that there was already a quorum thereupon declared the session open for
business.

F. READING AND ADOPTION OF MINUTES : 44th Regular Session

On separate motions of Councilor Bagonoc jointly seconded by Councilors Nuñez and Pestaño, the reading of the
minutes of the 44th regular session was dispensed with and the same was eventually adopted without any correction.

MINUTES OF THE 44TH REGULAR SESSION – ADOPTED

G. PRIVILEGE HOUR:

NOTE: COUNCILOR BAGONOC - PRESIDING

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1. Hon. Dominador S. Lagare III

Being the privileged speaker, Councilor Lagare III relinquished the chair to Councilor Bagonoc in which after some
preliminaries introduced Engr. Arnel Sayco, the officer in charge of the Department of Trade & Industry here in
General Santos City. He was invited to present the city’s preparation in the upcoming ASEAN Economic Integration
or the ASEAN Economic Community in June, 2015.

Engr. Sayco said the country’s official accession to ASEAN Economic Integration was supposed to be in December
of 2015 yet but the government fast track its implementation that the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) actually started as
early as 2010. This FTA among ASEAN member countries was meant to reduce or eliminate tariff. The member
countries are Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Cambodia, China, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam.
There was also a FTA with Australia-New Zealand, with Korea, India and a bilateral agreement with Japan through
Philippine Japan Economic Partnership Agreement. The three pillars or levels of this ASEAN Economic Integration are
said to be Political Security, economic community and the Socio-Cultural Community.

Since the FTA will eventually result to a global economic integration where there will be free flow of goods and
services, investments/capital, skilled labor and more, the general concern of the honorable members was whether or
not the country or the city in particular which is the center of this ASEAN integration activity would be ready since
reportedly, the country is lagging behind in terms of agriculture and it is not even an accredited member. They were
also wondering why the Philippines was into microchips trade when basically it is agricultural.

Councilor Lagare III also ventilated his apprehension because, though Region XII has six products to boast, but the
city he said is wanting of better logistics, of globally competitive facilities like wharfs and airports, infrastructure
support, trucking services in which Councilor Melliza said even the farm to market roads remain neglected. Likewise,
Councilor Nuñez asked whether there are safety nets for this ASEAN economic integration so much so that this
inclusive growth will be a reality not for the rich to become richer and the poor become poorer. Councilor Melliza
also said that he was reminded of the Free Trade Act in 1960 between the Philippines and the US where it led to the
collapse of Philippine economy because the country at that time was not ready in terms of infrastructure. This FTA
now should be actively disseminated to all sectors in the city so that everybody will be prepared and eventually
benefited.

Engr. Sayco said there were interventions made by the government and both the agriculture sector and the
Tourism Industry this year were given bigger budgets. The rice being a major staple food was not included in the free
trade as there is an imposed 40% tariff. As to Health Care Investment, the city as Councilor Oco had said, can well
compete because of its modern facilities as well as the city’s able and competent doctors.

It was also stated by Councilor Atendido that Filipinos are ready in fact more than capable to compete with other
ASEAN nations as far as free trade agreement is concerned but only lacking in infrastructure support. In all sector,
Filipinos are competitive in terms of technology, skill, knowledge, human resources, where neighboring nations only
learned from Filipinos.

The chair finally asked Engr. Sayco to update the body from time to time to strengthen the evolutionary
preparations expected from all sectors so that the city’s and the country’s various resources will not be exploited.
Further stating that the Philippines will not only be a meeting place of businessmen but a competitive nation where
both the rich and poor will be equally benefited out of this ASEAN free trade agreement. Engr. Sayco said he will
invite personnel from DTI national to give more information on this FTA and this council he said will be invited and
requested to possibly share the expense which the chair acknowledged. The chair further requested the guest to
probably consider the mainstreaming of climate change adaptation and mitigation in their presentation as it is also
equally important. After thanking the guest and the motion for the resumption of the rules was sustained the chair
thereupon ruled to proceed to the next item.

NOTE; COUNCILOR LAGARE III – PRESIDING

2. Hon. Arturo C. Cloma

Since Councilor Cloma was on official business, as moved and seconded Councilor Eduardo Leyson IV was
recognized to avail the privilege hour which topic was about his sponsored Arbor Day ordinance. He yielded the
floor to Mr. Allen Terenelo, the project officer of the Mahintana Foundation which “Ridge to Reef Integrated
Watershed and Coastal Rehabilitation Project” from Mt. Matutum to coastal areas was ongoing. This project was
accordingly part of Dole’s corporate social responsibility and Mahintana Foundation was its implementer. The main
goal of the project is to enhance vegetation cover of the riverbanks and the coastal areas of General Santos City up to
Maasim, Sarangani and to address the problem on climate change.

Mr. Terenelo enumerated the interventions implemented by Mahintana supported by Dole Philippines in
coordination with various government agencies where it resulted to the declaration of Mt. Matutum in 1995 as a
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protected landscape and eventually, around 700 hectares were reforested, curtailed illegal logging activities thereat
that leads also to the protection of endangered species like the tarsier. The DENR had also declared the Silway River
as water quality management area where there were 24 water river sampling stations that the DENR regularly
monitors. Further, Mahintana through its various fund and co-funded support projects were able to reforest 10.5 km
stretch of riverbanks; planted thousands of bamboos, thousands of assorted fruit trees and the installation of cages of
gabion wires along riverbanks. Accordingly, the implementation of reforestation and preservation project of the
headwater of Silway River located in Brgy. Datal Bob, T’boli was on going.

As regards to setbacks in implementation, Councilor Bagonoc informed him that the city have already adopted
the Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Plan and other major legislations that
address the protection and preservation of environment that includes watershed because the city has four big rivers.
She therefore invited him to attend the SOCSKSARGEN Climate Change Summit on July 4, 2014. She also mentioned
that the city is heading towards the use of green charcoal out of palay husk to replace the use of firewood.

Responding to the concern of Councilor Melliza to make use of the fallen big wood/trees in the forest rather than
leave it there to rot, the guest said he would bring the matter with the DENR provided they will be informed of the
exact location of such trees.

After an extended discussion where the privileged speaker said he would like that the LGU and Mahintana would
have a MOA in regard to the said environmental concerns just presented and also the provision of endemic varieties
of trees, the guest said the body could just write the foundation’s executive director for this matter. Other concerns as
regards to flora/fauna, reforesting station of the ridge connecting Mt. Matutum to K’laja Karst, were also brought to
Mr. Terenelo’s attention.

In reaction to the suggestion of Councilor Nuñez, Councilor Bagonoc said there was already an initial move when
the Water Quality Management Area was convened and it is indeed necessary that the watershed alliance group be
organized so that the implementation of coordinated eco-system and the watershed master plan will be certainly
sustained.

There having no more concern the chair thanked Mr. Terenelo and acting on the motion presented, the chair
thereby ruled for the resumption of the rules.

H. COMMITTEE REPORT:

1. ConsultativeMeeting conducted by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources held on May 12,2014. ( Hon. Eduardo
D.Leyson IV – Reporter )
2. Committee Hearingconducted by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources held on May 28, 2014. ( Hon. Eduardo
D.Leyson IV – Reporter )

ALL COMMITTEE REPORTS ADOPTED

I. CALENDAR OF BUSINESS:

I. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

1. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9915. - RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION NO.13, SERIES OF 2014, RE:
RESOLUTION APPROVING THE APPLICATION OF THOMAHAWKS REALTY INC. FOR THE DEVELOPMENT
OF A SIMPLE SUBDIVISION PROJECT “A” SITUATED IN BARANGAY CITY HEIGHTS, GENERAL SANTOS CITY,
HAVING AN AGGREGATE AREA OF 3.178 SQUARE METERS, SO AS TO CHANGE THE PROJECT
CLASSIFICATION OF THE RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION FROM BATAS PAMBANSA 220 TO PD 957. (HON. ARTURO
C. CLOMA.- SPONSOR).

LAID ON THE TABLE

2. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9916. – RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 14, SERIES OF 2014, RE:
RESOLUTION APPROVING THE APPLICATION OF THOMAHAWKS REALTY INC. FOR THE DEVELOPMENT
OF A SIMPLE SUBDIVISION PROJECT “B” SITUATED IN BARANGAY CITY HEIGHTS, GENERAL SANTOS
CITY, HAVING AN AGGREGATE AREA OF 3.178 SQUARE METERS, SO AS TO CHANGE THE PROJECT
CLASSIFICATION OF THE RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION FROM BATAS PAMBANSA 220 TO PD 957 . (HON. ARTURO
C. CLOMA – SPONSOR).

LAID ON THE TABLE

ii. BUSINESS OF THE DAY:

(a.) FIRST READING AND REFERRAL TO PROPER COMMITTEE: None

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(b.) THIRD & FINAL READING:

1. SPPO NO.2014-1000 - AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SYSTEMS AND MECHANISMS FOR AN EFFICIENT


AND EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MATERNAL NEWBORN AND CHILD-HEALTH AND
NUTRITION (MNCHN) STRATEGY. (H ON R OSALITA T. N UÑEZ, – AUTHOR)

Councilor Nuñez moved that the foregoing ordinance be referred back to second reading since there
were amendments to the introduced which was duly seconded by Councilor Pestaño. The chair sustained the
said motion.

The foregoing was discussed under Second Reading where it was moved by the author that all the
amendments in the committee hearing last May 14, 2014 be incorporated in the ordinance, duly seconded by
Councilors Bagonoc and Pestaño. As there was no objection registered the chair ruled the same approved.

APPROVED ON 2ND READING AS AMENDED SUBJECT TO STYLE

In the Other Business Councilor Nuñez moved for its approval on 3 rd and final reading jointly seconded
by Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño, and Oco. There being no objection the chair finally ruled the same
as approved on 3 rd and final reading.

APPROVED ON 3RD AND FINAL READING

2. SPPO NO. 2014 - 0994. – AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 4.3 OF ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF
2013, RE: AN ORDINANCE SETTING THE MECHANISM ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF FEES-FOR-SERVICE
PAYMENT DERIVED FROM THE PHILIPPINE HEALTH INSURANCE CORPORATION (PHIC) RENDERED BY
THE LYING-IN CENTERS OF GENERAL SANTOS CITY. (HON ROSALITA T. N UÑEZ,– AUTHOR)

Councilor Nuñez again moved that the foregoing ordinance be referred back to second reading since
there were amendments to be introduced which was duly seconded by Councilor Pestaño. The chair
sustained the said motion.

The foregoing was discussed under Second Reading where it was moved by the author that the word
“pro-rata” be inserted after “distributed” in section 1 thereof which was duly seconded by Councilors Bagonoc and
Pestaño. As there was no objection registered the chair ruled the same approved.

APPROVED ON 2ND READING AS AMENDED SUBJECT TO STYLE

In the Other Business Councilor Nuñez moved for its approval on 3 rd and final reading jointly seconded
by Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño, and Oco. There being no objection th e chair finally ruled the same
as approved on 3 rd and final reading.

APPROVED ON 3RD AND FINAL READING

3. SPPR NO. 2014-9861 - RESOLUTION CONCURRING THE FREE PATENT APPLICATION OF MS. LUZ C.
SAGO OVER LOT NO. 390-B, CSD-12-009134 IDENTICAL TO LOT 1460, PLS-553 CONTAINING AN AREA
OF 20,000 SQUARE METERS, MORE OR LESS, SITUATED IN BARANGAY UPPER LABAY, GENERAL SANTOS
CITY, PURSUANT TO SECTION 1, RULE III OF THE RULES AND REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING REPUBLIC
ACT 9649, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS AN ACT FURTHER AMENDING REPUBLIC ACT 5412 OR THE CITY
CHARTER OF GENERAL SANTOS. (HON . A RTURO C. CLOMA – SPONSOR )

LAID ON THE TABLE

4. SPPR NO. 2014-9752 - RESOLUTION CONCURRING THE SPECIAL PATENT APPLICATION OF


MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY-GENERAL SANTOS CITY OVER LOT NO. 02 MR-11-000022
EARMARKED AS MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY- GENERAL SANTOS CITY, FATIMA CAMPUS SITE
CONTAINING AN AREA OF 153.6949 HECTARES UNDER PROCLAMATION 887, DATED APRIL 3, 1992,
SITUATED IN BARANGAY FATIMA, THIS CITY. (HON. ARTURO C. C LOMA – SPONSOR )

Mover - Councilor Nuñez


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño

APPROVED ON 3RD AND FINAL READING

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5. SPPR NO. 2014-9894 - RESOLUTION AFFIRMING THE VALIDITY OF RESOLUTION NO. 15, SERIES OF
2014, PASSED BY THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY OF BULA,RECOGNIZING THE SAMAHANG
ILOKANONG MANDARAGAT OF PUROK 2 FISHERMEN'S VILLAGE, AS A NON-GOVERNMENT
ORGANIZATION FOR LOCAL FISHERMEN IN THE BARANGAY. (HON . RAMON R. MELLIZA – SPONSOR ; H ON. B RIX T. TAN
AND HON. ROGELIO D. PACQUIAO – C O-SPONSORS )

Mover - Councilor Melliza


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño

APPROVED ON 3RD AND FINAL READING

6. SPPR NO. 2013-9311-B. - RESOLUTION CONCURRING THE FREE PATENT APPLICATION OF REYNALDO V.
BOLORON OVER A PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED AS LOT NO. 3, BLK 2, TS-11-000091-D, CONTAINING
AN AREA OF 173 SQUARE METERS, MORE OR LESS, LOCATED AT CAHILSOT VILLAGE, BARANGAY
CALUMPANG, THIS CITY,PURSUANT TO SECTION 1, RULE III OF THE RULES AND REGULATIONS
IMPLEMENTING REPUBLIC ACT 9649, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS AN ACT FURTHER AMENDING REPUBLIC
ACT 5412 OR THE CITY CHARTER OF GENERAL SANTOS. (HON. ARTURO C. C LOMA – SPONSOR )

LAID ON THE TABLE

(c.) URGENT:

1. SPPR NO. 2014-9931- RESOLUTION AFFIRMING THE VALIDITY OF RESOLUTION NO. 21, SERIES OF 2014,
PASSED BY THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY OF BULA, THIS CITY, APPROVING THE “BULA YOUTHFEST
2014”. (HON . RAMON R. MELLIZA - AUTHOR)

Mover - Councilor Melliza


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño

APPROVED

2. SPPR NO. 2014-9932- RESOLUTION AFFIRMING THE VALIDITY OF ORDINANCE NO. 02, SERIES OF 2014
ENACTED BY THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY OF BULA, THIS CITY, UPDATING ITS INTERNAL RULES OF
PROCEDURES. (HON. RAMON R. MELLIZA - A UTHOR)

Mover - Councilor Melliza


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño

APPROVED

3. SPPR NO. 2014-9933- RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND LOCAL
GOVERNMENT (DILG) – GENERAL SANTOS CITY, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT (DOLE)
12, BUREAU OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC RESOURCES (BFAR) 12, CITY AGRICULTURIST’S OFFICE, AND
SPECIAL PROJECTS AND COOPERATIVE DIVISION OF THE CITY ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT AND
COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE (CEMCDO) TO FACILITATE AND ASSIST IN THE ESTABISHMENT
AND/OR FORMAL REGISTRATION AND ACCREDITATION OF FISHERFOLKS AND FISHERIES-RELATED
ORGANIZATIONS, COOPERATIVES, AND/OR ASSOCIATIONS IN THE BARANGAYS WITH COASTAL OR
INLAND FISHING COMMUNITIES IN GENERAL SANTOS CITY. (HON. BRIX T. TAN - S PONSOR)

Mover - Councilor Pestaño


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez

APPROVED

(d.) SECOND READING:

1. SPPO NO. 2014-1004- AN ORDINANCE DECLARING EVERY 3RD FRIDAY OF THE MONTH OF JUNE OF
EVERY YEAR AS ARBOR DAY IN THE CITY OF GENERAL SANTOS. (HON. EDUARDO D. LEYSON IV - A UTHOR)
Note: all amendments in the committee report will be incorporated in the ordinance. As manifested, this was
included and reconsidered in the Other Business for third and final reading.

Mover - Councilor Leyson IV


CO-AUTHOR - Councilors Bagonoc, Atendido
Seconder - Councilors Nuñez, Pestaño, Melliza

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APPROVED ON 2ND, 3RD AND FINAL READING

OTHER BUSINESS:

1. FIRST READING: SPPR NO. 2014-9935 - RESOLUTION URGING THE CITY LEGAL OFFICE TO INVESTIGATE
WHETHER OR NOT THE IMPOSITION AND COLLECTION OF REAL PROPERTY TAX BY SOCOTECO II
AND PASSING IT ON TO THE CONSUMERS, IS VALID. (HON. EDUARDO D. LEYSON IV – S PONSOR)

2. FIRST READING: SPPR NO. 2014-9940 - RESOLUTION RECOMMENDING THE APPROVAL OF THE PLANS
AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF DRAINAGE CANAL ALONG
APARENTE ST., BARANGAY SAN ISIDRO, THIS CITY, WITH A PROJECT COST OF P2,279,200.00
CHARGEABLE AGAINST THE CITY’S SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET NO. 02 FOR CY 2014 (HON. A RTURO C. C LOMA –
SPONSOR)

ITEM NOS. 1 & 2 – REFERRED TO THE APPROPRIATE COMMITTEE

3. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9936 - RESOLUTION DECLARING THE SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET NO. 01 OF
BARANGAY SAN JOSE, THIS CITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014, IN THE AMOUNT OF P138,319.49 TO BE IN
CONFORMITY WITH BOOK II, TITLE V OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF 1991 AND OTHER
APPLICABLE LAWS, RULES AND REGULATIONS. (HON. FRANKLIN M. GACAL, JR – SPONSOR )

Mover - Councilor Melliza


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño

APPROVED

4. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9937 - RESOLUTION AFFIRMING THE VALIDITY OF RESOLUTION NO. 24,
SERIES OF 2014, PASSED BY THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY OF LAGAO, INTERPOSSING NO
OBJECTION TO THE PROPOSE TOP GAS (MINI-GASOLINE STATION) OWNED BY MR.VOLTAIRE Q.
GARCIA LOCATED AT DENOGA SUBDIVISION, PUROK 21, BARANGAY LAGAO, THIS CITY. (HON . E DUARDO D.
LEYSON IV – SPONSOR)

LAID ON THE TABLE

5. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9939 - RESOLUTION DECLARING THE SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET NO. 01 OF
BARANGAY SIGUEL, THIS CITY, FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014 IN THE AMOUNT OF P672,824.98 TO BE IN
CONFORMITY WITH BOOK II, TITLE V OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF 1991 AND OTHER
APPLICABLE LAWS, RULES AND REGULATIONS. (HON. FRANKLIN M. GACAL, JR – SPONSOR )

Mover - Councilor Melliza


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez, Pestaño

APPROVED

6. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9941 – RESOLUTION RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE HONORABLE MAYOR
RONNEL C. RIVERA TO CREATE THE TECHNICAL WORKING TEAM FOR THE FORMULATION OF
GENERAL SANTOS CITY INTEGRATED COASTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN. (H ON. E LIZABETH B. BAGONOC – SPONSOR )

Mover - Councilor Bagonoc


Seconder - Councilors Nuñez, Pestaño

APPROVED AS AMENDED SUBJECT TO STYLE

7. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9942 - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MAYOR, HONORABLE RONNEL
C. RIVERA TO ENTER INTO A MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION IN REGARD TO THE GRANT OF ADDITIONAL ALLOWANCES TO PUBLIC ELEMENTARY AND
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS AND PERSONNEL IN GENERAL SANTOS CITY. (HON. R OSALITA T. N UÑEZ – SPONSOR; HON .
RAMON R. MELLIZA & HON. F RANKLIN M. G ACAL, J R., - C O-SPONSORS )

DEFERRED

8. URGENT: SPPR NO. 2014-9943 - RESOLUTION COMMENDING SOCSKSARGEN MASONIC FOUNDATION


AND TZU CHI FOUNDATION FOR HOLDING A FREE SURGICAL MISSION LAST MAY 29-31, 2014 AT

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SOCSKSARGEN MASONIC TEMPLE, BARANGAY SINAWAL, THIS CITY. (HON. SHANDEE THERESA O. L LIDO -PESTAÑO –
SPONSOR)

Mover - Councilor Pestaño


Seconder - Councilors Bagonoc, Nuñez

APPROVED

9. RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING THE NEW BOXING CHAMP, NONITO DONAIRE FOR WINNING
LAST SUNDAY’S BOXING BOUT. (SUBJECT TO STYLE)
NOTE: to mention in the “whereases” inviting him to come in Gensan for a hero’s welcome.

Mover - Councilor Bagonoc


Seconder - Councilors Melliza, Nuñez, Pestaño

JOINT SPONSORSHIP

J. QUESTION AND ANSWER HOUR: NONE


K. ANNOUNCEMENT: NONE
L. ADJOURNMENT:

There being no more matter to take up and as moved by Councilor Bagonoc duly seconded by Councilor
Pestaño, the chair thereupon declared the session adjourned at about 1:30 pm.

SESSION ADJOURNED

Prepared and certified correct by:

LOLITA P. PEDRO
Board Secretary IV
OIC- Secretary to the Sanggunian

Concurred by:

DOMINADOR S. LAGARE III


City Councilor and Acting Vice Mayor

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