Timeline – Angeles Wall

    Tarzan asks BIR probe in case vs. Edpam

    Tarzan asks BIR probe in case vs. Edpam

     

    ANGELES CITY -- Comebacking city mayor Carmelo “Tarzan” Lazatin has requested the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) for the tax information of a certain Elvira Cruz-Granil in aid of his graft and corruption complaint against incumbent Chief Executive Edgardo Pamintuan and other city officials.

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    Give more to Kapampangans

    Give more to Kapampangans

     

     

    CLARK FREEPORT – The president of Pampanga’s premier business organization believes that SM Supermalls should do more to help resolve the social cost brought about by the rising economy in the province.

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    Koreans and crime in Angeles City

    Koreans and crime in Angeles City

    ANGELES CITY, Philippines – The atmosphere near Friendship Plaza in Barangay Anunas in Angeles City, Pampanga, was quiet, almost mysterious, weeks after news broke out that a resident was abducted inside the guarded subdivision, and later killed in Manila.

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    Village chief expresses support to smoking ban

    Village chief expresses support to smoking ban

     

    ANGELES CITY -- A village chairman in this city has expressed support to the nationwide smoking ban which took effect last July 23 by providing several prohibited acts to business owners and managers.

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    Balibago hosts Katarungang Pambarangay seminar

    Balibago hosts Katarungang Pambarangay seminar

     

    ANGELES CITY -- Barangay Captain Tony Mamac hosted over the weekend a seminar for barangay officials here on the rudiments of the Katarungang Pambarangay (KP) system.

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    Angeles mayor wants ‘Balangiga’ in history subjects

    Angeles mayor wants ‘Balangiga’ in history subjects

     

     

    ANGELES CITY -- Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan issued on Monday, July 31, Executive Order No. 33, directing all schools to include in history subjects “the importance of the Balangiga Bells and its significance to the country struggle for national independence and patrimony.

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    8 drug suspects arrested in Angeles City

    8 drug suspects arrested in Angeles City

     

    CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga -- At least eight drug personalities were arrested in separate anti-illegal drugs operations in Angeles City over the weekend.

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    NCCA opens submission of proposals for 2018 grants

    NCCA opens submission of proposals for 2018 grants

     

    ANGELES CITY -- The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) is now open for the submission of proposals for its 2018 Grants Program and has invited Central Luzon residents to submit.

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    Bizman backs transfer of DOTr to Clark

    Bizman backs transfer of DOTr to Clark

     

    ANGELES CITY --- A businessman here has expressed support to Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade for the transfer of the agency’s head office from Mandaluyong City to Clark Freeport.

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    Pamintuan vows to continue contract with Angelenos

    Pamintuan vows to continue contract with Angelenos

     

     

    ANGELES CITY -- Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan has vowed to continue implementing programs under his "service contract" with Angelenos during his recent State of the City Address.

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    Angeles prepares for railway, Clark airport expansion

    Angeles prepares for railway, Clark airport expansion

     

    ANGELES CITY — Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan has rolled out 14 road and bridge projects to help this city in Pampanga province cope with heavier traffic when the government completes the P211.43-billion Malolos-Clark Railway and P12.55-billion expanded Clark International Airport (CRK) in nearby Clark Freeport in 2020.

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    Foreign national shot dead in downtown Naval

    Foreign national shot dead in downtown Naval Philippines

     

    NAVAL, Biliran - A foreign national was shot dead in downtown Naval early morning today, Wednesday, July 26.

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    Number of new HIV cases in PH breaches 1,000-mark

    Number of new HIV cases in PH breaches 1,000-mark

     

    MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Health (DOH) reported a total of 1,098 new cases of HIV infections in May.

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    Pamintuan: Duterte infra projects to impact Angeles City

    Pamintuan: Duterte infra projects to impact Angeles City

     

    ANGELES CITY -- The infrastructure projects of President Rodrigo Duterte's administration will have a big impact on the development of the city, said Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan during his State of the City Address (Soca) at the city hall on Tuesday, July 25. “Sa ngayon po, ang Angeles City ay nasa bungad ng makasaysayang pag-unlad at tiyak na pakinabang mula sa mga programa at inisyatiba ng administrasyong Duterte, sa unang taon pa lamang nito sa kapangyarihan,” Pamintuan said.

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    ‘No law mandating on village chief appointment yet’

    ‘No law mandating on village chief appointment yet’

     

    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) clarified that there is no law or memorandum yet from DILG-Central Office mandating their agency to appoint the officers-in-charge (OICs) of villages in the region as replacement for the village chief positions which will be deemed vacant due to the supposed postponement of October elections.

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    Angeles village hall ransacked

    Angeles village hall ransacked

     

    ANGELES CITY -- A day after the City Government here inaugurated its command center on Wednesday, July 19, still unidentified suspects carted away cash and monitoring equipment from the village hall of Cutcut in this city.

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    Angeles City mayor leads command center launching

    Angeles City mayor leads command center launching

     

     

    ANGELES CITY -- Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan Wednesday, July 19, led the formal opening of a state-of-the-art command center in line with local government’s drive against illegal drugs, criminality, and terrorism.

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    Backlog of 3-Year LTO License Finally Ends; 5-year Licenses to be Released Soon

    Backlog of 3-Year LTO License Finally Ends; 5-year Licenses to be Released Soon

     

     

    Good news for drivers waiting for their 5-year license: LTO announced that the backlog of driver’s license cards with 3-year expiration dates have finally been fixed, and the 5-year licenses may soon be released in the coming months.

    The remaining backlog of 3 million 3-year license cards were released starting December 2016, and was finished last February 2017. However, LTO had to tie up some loose ends in their records, so they had to extend it to June 2017.

    Good news for drivers waiting for their 5-year license: LTO announced that the backlog of driver’s license cards with 3-year expiration dates have finally been fixed, and the 5-year licenses may soon be released in the coming months.

    The remaining backlog of 3 million 3-year license cards were released starting December 2016, and was finished last February 2017. However, LTO had to tie up some loose ends in their records, so they had to extend it to June 2017.

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    Those with 5-year expiration dates may also receive their plastic cards starting August this year.

    “We are now processing those (companies) which have qualified in our bidding and we’re about to award the license cards. We hope to start delivering the license cards by August,” says LTO chief Assistant Secretary Edgar Galvante.

    Backlog of Driver’s Licenses due to legal problems

    The “backlog” problem started in 2013, when the Commission on Audit (COA) stopped LTO from paying Amalgamated Motors Philippines Inc. for insufficient proper contract. LTO XI Regional Director Gomer J. Dy said that the company wasn’t able to keep up with the number of applications LTO received daily.

    In 2015, LTO signed a P336.8 million deal with Allcard Plastics Philippines to supply plastic cards for LTO, but the Regional Trial Court enforced a Temporary Restraining Order against them for not following the correct bidding procedures.

    According to Christopher John Cueto, LTO-Lucena’s licensing chief, one of the main reasons why the processing of license cards got delayed was due to the change of LTO suppliers. The restraining order slowed down operations, and also limited the number of PVC cards they could use to print the licenses.

    In the past, LTO offices only received around 10,000 PVC cards instead of the 36,000 units they expected. Limited PVC cards prompted them to prioritize printing driver’s licenses on the same day they’re claimed in person. This was to avoid wasting cards that were left unclaimed by drivers.

    NCR Region the first to receive the 5-year Driver’s License cards

    Now that the 3-year license backlog has finally been solved, the focus has now shifted to issuing license cards with 5-year expiration dates to their owners. According to Galvante, the NCR region will be the first one to receive these driver’s licenses, since it’s where the demand is at its peak.

    Presently, there are around 200,000 5-year driver’s licenses that are set to be released in the NCR Region alone.

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    DTI warns vs unauthorized emission testing centers

    DTI warns vs unauthorized emission testing centers

     

     

    ANGELES CITY - The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Central Luzon Region has warned motorists against unauthorized emission testing centers.

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    100 millionth Pinoys set for birthday celebration

    100 millionth Pinoys set for birthday celebration

     

    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – The Commission on Population (Popcom)-Central Luzon enjoins regional and local partners in the conduct of a series of activities for the month with the eight 100 millionth symbolic Pinoys’ third birthday celebration on July 27.

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