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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesTuesday, June 30, 2009
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Revenue district officer  
ready to face accusers

TO ANSWER COMPLAINT BEFORE SANGGUNIAN
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE

Revenue District 79 officer Aldo Esmena of the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Dumaguete City has volunteered to appear before the Sangguniang Panlungsod this week, to shed light on claims of perceived harassment in the collection of taxes by complaining businesses.

Esmena said yesterday he is ready to face his accusers to answer questions objectively. He said the local BIR office is merely looking into past transactions, which the businesses have reported in 2006 and 2007.

These records have been audited by private accounting offices or certified public accountants, and the BIR would like to ascertain their veracity.

Guv expresses concern  
over tapping of reservists

BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

Negros Oriental Gov. Emilio Macias II yesterday urged the military to ensure the safety of reservists being utilized in the anti-insurgency campaign of the government.

Macias raised this concern during the second quarterly meeting of the Provincial Peace and Order Council attended by the military, police, other law enforcement groups and representatives from various government agencies and the private sector.

Macias visited Manjuyod town Saturday as guest of the Manjuyod Mutual Aid Inc., founded by ex-mayor Girmot Banjao, who holds the rank of captain in the reserve force.

DepEd ok’s 100 teacher items
BY ROMY AMARADO

The Department of Education has allocated 100 more items for high school and elementary teachers in Negros Oriental, for school year 2009-2010.

Gov. Emilio Macias II yesterday said this is a fulfillment of the commitment made by Education Secretary Jesli Lapus, to hire a teacher for every classroom built by the provincial government.

The governor said that Lapus informed him in a letter, dated May 14, 2009, which he received just last week, of the allocation of 100 additional teachers for the province.

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