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RIGODON AT ICPO

Mabilog picks Disomangcop as city’s top cop

By: F. Allan L. Angelo

A MAJOR revamp is looming at the Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO).

This, as Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog handpicked Senior Supt. Kashmir Disomangcop as the next ICPO director vice Senior Supt. Ruperto Floro.

Disomangcop, who joined the PNP in 1991, currently heads the Regional Personnel Holding and Accountability Office at Camp Delgado and formerly headed the Regional Intelligence Division and the Roxas City Police Station.

Chief Supt. Josephus Angan, Police Regional Office (PRO-6) director, confirmed Mabilog’s decision in a text message to journalists.

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Can Donna Acap solve city’s traffic woes?

By: Wenceslao E. Mateo Jr.

MIXED reactions met the designation of Donna Acap as officer-in-charge of the Iloilo City Transportation Management and Traffic Regulation Office (TMRO) last March 2.

Councilor Plaridel Nava, transportation committee chairman, said Acap’s designation to the TMTRO helm is “a welcome development”.

“I believe that Donna can handle the office well,” he even added.

Raymundo Parcon, president of the Iloilo City Loop Alliance of Jeepney Operators and Drivers Associations (ICLAJODA), said they will support Acap’s plans for the TMTRO but they will reserve further comment a month after her appointment.

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Driver faces raps for destroying bridge

By: Louine Hope Conserva

A TRUCK driver is facing criminal charges for damaging a bridge in Mina, Iloilo.

Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr. said he will file a criminal case against the driver who wrecked the Amiroy Bailey Bridge at Brgy. Amiroy, Mina.

The bridge links the Jelicuon-Amiroy Mina provincial road.

While they have yet to pinpoint the owner of the truck, Defensor said he was informed that it is owned by either Mina Mayor Rey Grabato or his son.

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P10M glass elevator for Iloilo City Hall

By: Wenceslao E. Mateo Jr.

ILOILO City Engineer Roberto Divinagracia said a glass elevator will be installed at the City Hall soon.

Divinagracia said the special elevator will allow passengers a 180-degree view of the nearby Iloilo River and the downtown area.

It will be installed at the west wing of Iloilo City Hall which faces de la Rama Street.

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By: Venus G. Villanueva

KALIBO, Aklan – Physically and mentally fit Aklanons who wish to work with the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) can now have their chance to do so by taking the Penology Officer Examination on August 12, 2012 in Iloilo City.

According to Ma. Cynthia P. Aranas, Director II of Civil Service Commission (CSC) Field Office-Aklan, the examination is open for incumbent personnel of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, personnel of Provincial and Sub-Provincial Jails and other interested applicants.

Aranas said successful examinees will be conferred the Penology Officer Eligibility, considered appropriate to second level ranks in the jail management and penology and functionally related services only, except for ranks under the Philippine National Police (PNP).

To pass the test, the examinee should get a grade of at least 80, according to Aranas.

Aranas said interested applicants can now file their applications at the CSC Regional or Field Officers.

Incumbent employees of the BJMP, on the other hand, may file their applications at the BJMP Regional Office.

“Application forms are available at the CSCROs/FOs and can also be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph.

To qualify, applicants must be a Filipino citizen; must be of good moral character; must be mentally and physically fit; must not have been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude, or disgraceful or immoral conduct, dishonesty, examination irregularity, drunkenness or addiction to drugs and must not have been dishonorably discharged from the service.

A waiver for height requirement will be granted to applicants belonging to cultural communities, subject to submission of certification of membership to a cultural community issued by the National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP), the CSC emphasized.

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Marshal law

March 06, 2015 02:06 AM

By: Limuel S. Celebria

LAST February 20, a Ceres Bus bound for Kalibo was held up by armed men along the highway in Dingle town with the suspects, after taking the money and valuables Read more...

Unity amid plurality

March 06, 2015 02:13 AM

By: Fr. Roy Cimagala

THIS is, of course, a constant quest for us. How do we achieve unity, a desired ideal, amid an obvious plurality we can observe even in each one of Read more...

‘Pavia Inc’ in Caluya

March 06, 2015 02:21 AM

By: Manuel “Boy” Mejorada

WITHOUT its coal in Semirara Island, the town of Caluya would probably have never emerged in the national news. This is a town which is endowed with this combustible Read more...

Uncommon alliance

March 06, 2015 02:29 AM

By: Modesto P. Sao-noy

IT IS SAID that the enemy of my enemy is my friend. This is demonstrated these days when big sugarcane planters and agrarian reform beneficiaries have come to an alliance against the Bureau of Internal Read more...

Graft conviction a hell for retiring public servants

March 06, 2015 02:38 AM

By: Alex P. Vidal

“Fighting corruption is not just good governance. It's self-defense. It's patriotism.” – Joe Biden Read more...

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