The management of the Bacolod Baywalk Restaurant and Entertainment Place at the Bacolod Reclamation Area yesterday said they have all the necessary permits to operate the business.
Dennis Cortes, legal counsel of Almana Property and Development Corp, that operates Baywalk, said their company is entitled to all the legal rights for the development and maintenance of the business.
Cortes said they purchased the property from a registered private entity and there are no indications in the title that the property belongs to any other entity.
Martin to lead PHL team
to SugarWorld conference
Sugar Regulatory Administrator Ma. Regina Bautista-Martin will lead the Philippine delegation to the 9 th SugarWorld Asia on April 28 to 30 at ParkRoyal, Yangon, Myanmar that will discuss the country's sugar market and its preparation for the Asian Free Trade Area by 2015.
Martin will be joined by SRA chief regulatory officer Jose Rojo-Alisla who will talk on ethanol market developments.
The conference will discuss perspectives of sugar markets of Brazil, India, Philippines, Myanmar, Thailand, and Pakistan, Martin said.
‘Small, large scale mining
ok if firms follow regulations'
Operations of small scale and large scale mining are needed because there are sectors that need its products, Western Visayas director for Mines and Geosciences Bureau Leo Van Juguan, said yesterday.
Juguan, who was the guest speaker at the general assembly of the Negros Occidental Miners Permitees Association Inc., at the Golden Table Restaurant in Bacolod City, however also said that the last operation of large scale mining in Western Visayas was in Sipalay City, Negros Occidental in 2002 .
It was a gold mining operation but the miners had to halt work due to economic reasons, Juguan said.