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BLAZE.  Fire hit the  Mabuhay Lumber and Hardware store at Lopez Jaena Street  in Bacolod at about  12:30 a.m. today.*
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PENRO issues CDO
versus Murcia mayor

The Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office  has ordered Murcia Mayor Andrew Montelibano  to stop the construction of a rest house inside the Northern Negros Natural Park, which is a protected area.

PENRO head Andres Untal issued a cease-and-desist order to Mayor Andrew Montelibano on March 3 after receiving reports that he was constructing a building in Spur 20 of Barangay Bunga, Salvador Benedicto town, inside the NNNP, without a permit.

Yesterday, Untal said that more occupants within the  NNNF in Salvador Benedicto town will also be issued CDOs next week.moremoremore

Vallacar assures aid to victims

The Vallacar Transit Inc., that manages operations of Ceres Liner buses, yesterday assured financial assistance to the victims of the vehicular accident Tuesday in Hinigaran, Negros Occidental.

The VTI also issued an appeal for understanding from the general riding public and the media not to jump in any conclusion, as to whose fault it was, while they are waiting for the result of an extensive investigation of the incident.

On Wednesday, the Hinigaran police released the two drivers of Ceres Liner passenger bus and the mini-bus that figured in a collision, that claimed the lives of five individuals and caused injuries to 32 others, after the lapse of the 18-hour reglamentary period for detention, Inspector Raymundo Franco, town deputy police chief, yesterday said.moremoremore

Vallacar assures aid to victims

The proposed reorganization of Capitol employees is now on its way to approval on second reading by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Negros Occidental, after it was also approved by the Committee on Personnel, its chairman, Board Member Miller Serondo, yesterday said.

Vice Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson, who presided over the SP regular session, said that, with the endorsement of the Committee on Personnel for approval on second reading, the partial reorganization of Capitol employees will be deliberated on their session next week.

Of the 1,077 existing positions at the Capitol, based on the overall summary of staffing changes submitted to them, Serondo said, 129 positions are up for abolition, while 219 positions will be created.moremoremore

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