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rssDILG-8 commends Samar SP for temporarily setting aside political differences

December 9, 2011

s DILG-8_RD_Pedro_A._Noval_Jr._confers_with_Samar_Governor_Sharee_Ann_Tan_in_a_recent_courtesy_callDILG-8 Regional Director Pedro A. Noval, Jr., today commended members of the sangguniang panlalawigan from both political fences in Samar, for temporarily putting their differences aside, and instead working on their real duties as legislators.

Noval, who had just assumed office in Eastern Visayas last October, happily reported that the sangguniang panlalawigan of Samar was able to hold its regular session at the governor’s conference room last Thursday, December 8, 2011 after failing to achieve a quorum for several months now.

rssNEW DILG RD LAUDS SUPPORT OF SOUTHERN LEYTE OFFICIALS

November 9, 2011

 

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The new DILG-8 Regional Director, Dr. Pedro A. Noval, Jr., CESO III, lauded local officials in Southern Leyte for their strong support and open-mindedness towards DILG programs shown during his three consecutive visits to Southern Leyte over the past two weeks.

Dir. Noval, who visited Southern Leyte on October 28, November 3-4, and November 9, 2011 cited the local government units' (LGUs) positive response to policies being implemented by the department, particularly those on transparency and suspension of imposition and collection of illegal pass-through fees.

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DILG URGES LGUS TO UPDATE DEVELOPMENT, LAND USE PLANS

November 10, 2010

 

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To efficiently plan and manage local development, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) on Monday called on all local government chief executives to prepare and update their comprehensive development plan (CDP) and comprehensive land use plan (CLUP) to include the current policies of the Aquino administration.

Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse M. Robredo said there was a need for all provincial governors, and city and municipal mayors to formulate or revisit their respective CLUPs and CDPs to consider the continuing changes in the physical framework of local government units and the present thrusts of President Benigno S. Aquino III.

 

ENSURE IP REPRESENTATION IN LEGISLATIVE COUNCILS, ROBREDO URGES LGUS

November 9, 2010

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Indigenous persons (IPs) should be represented in local legislative councils and policy-making bodies, Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse M. Robredo asked all local government executives in the country on Tuesday.

In a memorandum circular, Robredo reminded provincial governors, city and municipal mayors, and other local government officials of Republic Act 8371, or the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act of 1997, which calls for the mandatory representation of IPs.

 

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