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Gov. Marañon Gives P7M Worth of Projects to Barangays in Hinigaran and Binalbagan

Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. distributed checks worth a total of P7 Million to eight barangays in the Municipality of Hinigaran and thirteen barangays in Binalbagan, during his visit in the said towns, yesterday.

The recipient barangays in Hinigaran were Bato, Gargato, Miranda, Narauis, Nanunga, Zone II, Zone III, and Zone IV (Poblacion).

Gov. Marañon Gives P7M Worth of Projects to Barangays in Hinigaran and Binalbagan

Gov. Alfredo G. Maranon, Jr. (seated 2nd from right) distributed checks amounting to 3,850,000 to thirteen barangays in Hinigaran. In photo are Mayor Hermilo Aguilar (seated 2nd from left), Vice Mayor Jose Nadie Arceo (seated right), ABC President Oscar Yulo (seated left) and Executive Asst. Angel Verdeflor (standing left). */Capitol photo

Each of them received P250,000 for projects such as construction of Day Care center, purchase of multi-purpose vehicles, rehabilitation of stage and multi-purpose hall, construction of basketball court, rehabilitation of barangay health center, and construction of rip-rapped drainage canal.

A check worth P500,000 of financial assistance was also given to the Municipality of Hinigaran for the construction of the male and female comfort rooms and P650,000 for the Liga ng mga Barangay for various development projects.

In Binalbagan, recipient barangays include Amontay, Bagroy, Biao, Enclaro, Marina, Progreso, San Jose, San Pedro, San Vicente, San Teodoro, Santol and Sto. Rosario.

Gov. Marañon Gives P7M Worth of Projects to Barangays in Hinigaran and Binalbagan

Gov. Alfredo G. Maranon, Jr. (5th from left) turns over checks amounting to P3,160,000 to eight barangays in the Municipality of Binalbagan led by Mayor Emmanuel Aranda (6th from left). */Capitol photo

Each barangay also received P250,000 worth of financial assistance for the various projects such as the rehabilitation of health care centers and procurement of medicines, construction of CHB Canals and riprap, purchase and repair of service vehicles, rehab of drainage systems and solid waste management projects. While Brgy. Payao received P550,000 for the purchase of service vehicle for solid waste management program.

The town also received P300,000 for the rehabilitation of Barangay health centers in Sto. Ubay & Brgy. Progreso Proper.

The checks were personally received by the respective barangay captains.

Gov. Marañon urged them to make good use of the projects entrusted to them for the benefit of their respective barangays. /Capitol News

Former DOT Sec and Homestay Services and Management Course Seminar Participants Visit Guv

Former DOT Sec and  Homestay Services and Management Course Seminar Participants Visit Guv

Former Department of Tourism Secretary and now President of the International School for Sustainable Tours Dr. Mina Gabor (seated 3rd from right) together with Warner Andrada of DOT Manila (seated 2nd from left); Alex Divinagracia, Travel Operator in Davao; and participants of the Homestay Services and Management Course Seminar called on Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated 3rd from left) at the Capitol, yesterday. Also in photo are Negros Occidental Tourism Center (NOTC) staff led by Tourism Officer Cristine Mansinares. */Capitol photo

Guv Receives Three Units of Defibrillators from Michael McGivern of New Zealand

Guv Receives Three Units of Defibrillators from Michael McGivern of New Zealand

Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. receives the three (3) units of defibrillators donated by Michael McGivern from New Zealand through the Negros Occidental Filipino Chinese Amity Club, Inc. led by Fire Chief Carlos Ganihong (right). The units will be distributed to Teresita L. Jalandoni Provincial Hospital (TLJPH) in Silay, Don Salvador Benedicto District Hospital in La Carlota and Lopez District Farmers Hospital, Inc. in Sagay. In photo are EEDD Head Atty. Japhet Masculino (4th from right), TLJPH Chief Dr. Girlie Pinongan (center), Atty. Enrique Barcelona (2nd from right) of Lopez District Farmers Hospital, Dr. Miguelito Aquino of DSB District Hospital (2nd from left), Dr. Romulo Rhoel Mogul (4th from left), Yvonne Gustilo (left) and James Benares of the Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade. */Capitol photo