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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, June 4, 2011
Negros Oriental
ButtonJoin deliberations on budget, solon urges local civil society
ButtonBizmen hand over school buildings in city
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Lake Balanan to use green energy
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Budget augmentation for inmates requested
ButtonDepEd launches project on skills
Button P3 million set for repair of LMSCC

Join deliberations on budget,
solon urges local civil society

Deputy House Speaker Lorenzo Tañada III urged local government units in Negros Oriental to institutionalize people’s participation in the preparation of budget process, a Philippine Information Agency press release said.

As  congressional representative, Tañada expressed support to the initiatives of Dauin, La Libertad and Sibulan in Negros Oriental  for allowing non-government organizations and people’s organization  to participate in the preparation of local budget deliberations.

This, he said, will  help to ensure transparency measure and good governance of the municipality’s budgetary process.

Bizmen hand over
school buildings in city

BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

The Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Inc. Negros Oriental Thursday morning turned over a two-classroom schoolbuilding to the Batinguel Elementary School in Dumaguete City.

 Neileen Wale, principal of the Batinguel Elementary School, said the two-classroom building is donated by Mr. and Mrs. Co Kin Hung.

 Wale said she is happy to have the additional school building and that, when classes open next week, they will use it most likely, for Grade VI students.

Lake Balanan
to use green energy
BY MARICAR ARANAS

The Balanan Lake Development Authority has decided to adapt solar power for lighting the path walk connecting facilities and amenities around the lake in Barangay Sandulot, Siaton, Negros Oriental.

An initial 25 units of solar lamps will be installed and will replace the existing ordinary lamp at the path walk.

Board Member Erwin Michael Macias, newly elected vice chairman of BLDA said, power from solar energy will compliment the government’s campaign on green and clean energy. It will also help reduce electric consumption.

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