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Bacolod City, PhilippinesFriday, April 26, 2013
Baywalk given due process
before closure, mayor says

The Bacolod Baywalk Restaurant and Entertainment Place at the Reclamation Area in Bacolod City was afforded due process before it was closed Monday for the deficiency of its business permit, Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia said in a radio interview yesterday.

Leonardia said the decision to close the establishment was made after a series of meetings, discussions and investigation made by the City Government. “It does not mean that the decision was automatic,” he said.

The Bacolod City Legal Office implemented the closure of Baywalk Restaurant and Entertainment Place yesterday morning and it cannot operate until it has completely complied with all legal requisites for its operation.

55 employers to join job fair

About 55 local and overseas employers are expected to join the Department of Labor and Employment May 1 jobs fair for Negros Occidental at SM City Bacolod, Ponciano Ligutom, DOLE regional director, said yesterday.

Forty local companies and 15 recruitment agencies will represent overseas employers during that jobs fair at SM, Ligutom said.

DOLE, SM-Bacolod, and the Bacolod Public Employment Service Office are conducting pre-registration service for a easier job seeking process.

‘Neg. Occ. now No. 4 in
dairy production’

Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. said in a press release yesterday  that Negros Occidental province is now No. 4 in dairy production in the country.

Marañon  said the gains in the local dairy industry, particularly in La Carlota City,  are among the achievements of his Negros First program and  leadership, that has engaged in cattle and livestock dispersal programs.

Through the dairy production, there has been a reduction in malnutrition, of grade school pupils who were given milk in feeding programs showing weight increases a week or two. The milk came  from the local dairy industry, Marañon said.

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