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Bacolod City government permits and licensing division personnel beat the power outage at City Hall by working in the hallway yesterday.**

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Compromise reached,
Bacolod power restored

BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO

Power was restored at City Hall and  other areas in Bacolod after the city government and the Central Negros Electric Cooperative arrived at a compromise agreement during a closed-door meeting at the Bishop’s House last night.

The agreement signed by the officials of the city led by Mayor Evelio Leonardia, CENECO led by its president Vicente Sabornay, representatives of the business sector and the Bishop, included several conditions.

“All is well that ends well,” Leonardia said.moremoremore

Bishop happy impasse ends
BY CARLA GOMEZ

Bacolod Bishop Vicente Navarra, who mediated the impasse between the Bacolod City government and Central Negros Electric Cooperative that had plunged about one-third of Bacolod into darkness last night, said he was happy the problem had been resolved.

Many parts of Bacolod City had no electricity, while in some areas water supply was affected,  triggering numerous angry complaints from residents.

Before the dialog, Navarra said the city government and CENECO should resolve their differences and not let the public suffer.moremoremore

Cop killed, son
injured in Victorias

BY GILBERT BAYORAN

A former police intelligence operative was shot dead and his son slightly injured by three unidentified gunmen Thursday night in Victorias City, Negros Occidental.

The slain policeman was identified as SPO1 Dennis Gimay, a former intelligence operative of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office, while his son, Benjiever, a second year high school student, was grazed by a bullet on his left side.

Supt. Jomil John Trio, Victorias police chief, yesterday said they are not discounting the possibility that the suspects were New People’s Army hitmen who are also engaged in “agaw-armas” operations.moremoremore

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