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Bohol Barangays start getting Capitol financial aid
« on: October 18, 2016, 05:08:45 PM »
Barangays start getting Capitol financial aid
Published on October 8, 2006 - Bohol Standard

GOV. Erico Aumentado has started distributing this year’s edition of the P5,000 provincial aid to barangays.

BARANGAY captains in Balilihan town who were among the first to receive the checks said they intended to use the amount to renovate a day care center, add to funds for the on-going construction of a barangay hall, among others.

Some had to convene their respective councils yet to come up with a collective decision on how to spend the aid.

The governor distributed the checks to the town’s 31 barangays the day before its 178th Foundation Day celebration.

He also inaugurated that day the wet section of the town’s public market. The two rows of well-ventilated, well-illuminated white-tiled tables with a faucet for every stall were built with a P2-million aid from the provincial government’s calamity reserve fund after the old market got burned.

Mayor Dominisio Chatto, former mayor and now Rep. Edgar Chatto and his mother, Vice Mayor Victoria Chatto led local officials and barangay folk in thanking Aumentado for the aid and the re-operationalization of the wet market section.

Also happy recipients of P5,000 checks that day were the 35 barangays of Valencia town. Mayor Henrietta Lim-Gan and former mayor turned Provincial Board member Concepcion Lim relayed their constituents’ thanks to the governor.

San Miguel town’s turn came the following day during the launching in Barangay Bugang of the P37.6-million Livelihood Integrated for Food and Family Enhancement (LIFFE) project in partnership with Heifer Project International-Philippines.

Aside from distributing carabaos and goats, the governor, assisted by Mayor Silvino Evangelista also gave P5,000-checks to the town’s 18 barangays.

The turns of Talibon and Ubay towns came last Sunday. Mayor Juanario Item led his constituents from 25 barangays including islanders in thanking the governor for the checks.

Mayor Eutiquio Bernales also thanked him for making each of his 44 barangays P5,000 richer.

Joseph Lemuel Camacho, Aumentado’s executive assistant for barangay affairs said up next in the distribution line are Getafe, Loay and Lila, Catigbian and San Isidro.

Camacho and his team are still synchronizing the schedules of the governor, the mayor and the village chiefs for the next batches.

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