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BY CARLA GOMEZ
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Provincial Elections Supervisor Jessie Suares yesterday reminded candidates for the May 10, 2010 polls to avoid premature campaigning, which is an election offense, after the filing of their Certificates of Candidacy.

He pointed out that the period for filing CoCs will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning Nov. 20 until 30, and from 8 a.m. up to midnight on Dec. 1, 2009, inclusive of Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Suares urged candidates to avoid the rush and file their CoCs early. moremoremore

Declare bridge in
Banago an imminent danger

Bacolod City Mayor Evelio Leonardia has asked the Sangguniang Panlungsod to declare the Banago-Sibucao Bridge in Barangay Banago, Bacolod City , in “imminent danger of calamity” as it needs immediate reconstruction.

The request was made based on the Department of Interior and Local Government Memorandum Circular 2003-2, dated July 24, 2003, which allows local government units to utilize their calamity funds for undertaking disaster preparedness activities and measures, provided that the Sanggunian concerned declares imminent danger of calamity, a City Hall press release said. moremoremore

Police bust illegal
tapping of electricity

BY ADRIAN NEMES III

Combined forces of the Bacolod City police and of the Central Negros Electric Cooperative raided a residence in Brgy. Taculing at about 10:30 a.m. yesterday for power pilferage and supplying illegal electricity to at least 25 households.

Police Officer 2 Clint William Ferrer said they went to the residence of Angelo Bandong at Purok Cosmos, Taculing, Bacolod , following a complaint from a concerned citizen.

The complaint prompted them to conduct surveillance for a week, where they discovered that the residence of Bandong has electricity but has no electric meter, Ferrer said. moremoremore

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