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Lawyer Lorenzo Alminaza and Urs Schlosser (1st and 2nd from left) present what they said is the original certificate of title to the Gonzaga land at a press conference yesterday*

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Gonzaga heirs warn
Ayala vs. land lease
Nothing to worry about, guv says

Heirs of the late Aurelia Gonzaga-Villadelgado yesterday warned Ayala Land that they are claiming a portion of the 7.7-hectare prime property in Bacolod City it is set to lease from the Negros Occidental provincial government, which is now the subject of a case before the Bacolod Regional Trial Court.

Urs Schlosser, a Swiss national and spokesman of the heirs, said at a press conference yesterday that 6,900 square meters or more than half a hectare of the property designated as lot 403-A-1 up for lease to Ayala, belongs to the descendants of Aurelia Gonzaga-Villadelgado, of which his wife, Riza Lambatin, is a member.

The property in question is along the North Capitol Road, facing the Pala-Pala Food Terminal. moremoremore

CIDG seizes guns
from businessman


Several guns and ammunition were seized by members of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group and Station 3 policemen from the residence of a businessman in Brgy. Banago, Bacolod City, at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Armed with a search warrant from Regional Trial Court Branch 47 Judge Edgar  Garvilles, CIDG-Bacolod led by Chief Insp. Ernor Melgarejo raided the residence of Ranie Celis, ”alias Tura”, 41, at block 3 lot 9 of Pueblo Portobello Subdivision.

A 9-milimeter caliber pietro beretta pistol with 28 rounds live ammunitions, 2 magazine assemblies for a  .9-milimeter pistol, a .22 caliber rifle with scope cma and 26 rounds of live ammunition for the same caliber were recovered from the house of Celis, police records showed.moremoremore

PUV operators seek
TRO on city officials for terminal


Four operators of public utility vehicles plying the route from Bacolod City to various towns in southern Negros Occidental have filed a petition against six Bacolod City officials and two police officers yesterday asking the court to restrain them from permanently closing the waiting station at Libertad and from requiring them (petitioners) to use the Sambok south terminal for loading passengers.

The petition for declaratory relief with prayer for issuance of temporary restraining order and/or writ of preliminary injunction was filed yesterday before the Regional Trial Court Branch 49 by Nenita Peters, Rizalina Alon, Noel Moncay and Jovito Gahataon against Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia, Police Chief Inspector Luisito Acebuche of the Bacolod Traffic Authority, City Legal Officer Joselito Bayatan, and Bacolod City Police Director Senior Supt. Ricardo de la Paz.moremoremore

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