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PILAR Mayor Wilson Pajo
« on: November 09, 2010, 11:02:08 AM »
By Rey Anthony Chiu

PILAR Mayor Wilson Pajo, who has been working to get the town off the list of most poverty stricken towns in Bohol said he appreciates the new team members who are getting the people’s mandate in the past barangay and Sangguninag Kabataan elections.

These people, he said would be his partners in plotting the development plans for the town’s 21 barangays.
This too as the town retained about half of its village chairmen while residents also elected 11 new punong barangays, town information officer Gualberto Jaspe said Friday.

And from independent sources, this early, at least two returning barangay chairmen and three more newly elected chairmen would be contesting the coveted seat of the town’s Association of Barangay Councils. 
Winning however is another story, Jaspe said as he pointed out that these hopefuls would contend with incumbent ABC ex officio Sangguninag Bayan Member and still eligible candidate captain from Barangay Cansungay.
Newly elected punong barangays to man the town’s frontline offices in the basic local government units are Henry Tutor (Pamacsalan), Marcelino Auguis Jr., (Lumbay), Margarito Soriano (Ilaud), Rodelio Balaba (Lundag), Samuel Dusal (San Carlos).

Angelito Balaba (Catagdaan), Timoteo Andub (Inaghuban), Flavio Bernaldez (Buenasuerte), Aniceto Amper (San Isidro), Genaro Perenio (Estaca) and Arthur Ente (Poblacion). 
Getting fresh mandates however were Mauricio Bitancor (Aurora), Tirso Albit (Bayong), Alfredo Daguplo (Bagacay), Nicomedes Lusica (San Vicente), Carlos Cagape (Cansungay).
Gabriel Lusica (Bagumbayan), Legorio Ruperez (La Suerte), Jonas Suson (Cagawasan), Celestino Jamil (Rizal) and Lilia Butron (Del Pilar).
Pilar has remained among Bohol’s towns with the most poverty incidence, one that has caught the attention of Capitol Officials who brought in along with the Provincial Peace and Order Council’s Civac, the HEAT Caravan.
Also seen as a town with huge potential for agro-industry, Pilar has caused District representative Artur Yap to scour government resources to build a rice processing complex that aims to reduce production losses in Bohol’s most potential town for rice production.
Hosting the region’s biggest man-made body of water, the Pilar Dam has the potential to irrigate around 5,000 hectares of prime rice fields in nearly its 21 barangays. (racPIABohol)     



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Re: PILAR Mayor Wilson Pajo
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2011, 02:28:48 PM »
Way  to  go  Wilson and  all  the  Pilarnons!!!
"Don't  frown even if  you're  sad  because  you  don't  know  who  is  falling  in  love  with  your  SMILE."

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