City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo issued EO No. 137 s. 2020
An Order revoking the hereunder Executive Orders issued in the City of San Carlos, Negros Occidental:
1. No. 4 of EO No. 116, s. 2020, Waiving Rental Fees for space, stalls inside the premises (of the Public Market) collected by the City Gov't
2. EO No. 120, s. 2020 RE:
(1) Waiving the Rental Fees of blocks/stall and space at the San Carlos City Public Transport and Terminal, and the surcharge and deliquency interest on the current water bill not paid on due date, and (2) Extending the deadline for the payment of real property tax and business tax for the 1st Quarter and 2nd Quarter 2020 respectively
LGU of Murcia visits city
Officials of the Municipality of Murcia headed by their Mayor Victor Gerardo M. Rojas visited San Carlos City to learn about its best practices especially in the field of waste management last Feb. 24.
|City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo (left) talks with LGU Murcia City Vice Mayor Christopher Paul S. Carmona (2nd left)
Mayor Victor Gerardo M. Rojas (3rd right) and SB and SP Member Carlos Manuel L. Valmayor (left) talks with
members Mayor Gerry Rojas and Vice-Mayor Johnny P. Reosura
Said visitors were greeted by San Carlos City officials headed by City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo together with Vice Mayor Christopher Paul Carmona with members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod.
The group went to the eco-center to see how waste materials are being processed and also visited the award-winning cemetery of the city.
City Government Inaugurates Child Development Center in So. Malindog
The city government of San Carlos thru City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo formally opens the newly constructed Child Development Center in SO. Malindog and turned it over to Brgy. Palampas after its blessing yesterday, Feb. 26.
|City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo formally turn-over the The newly-built Malindog Child Dev't Center
ceremonial keys to Brgy. Palampas PB Danny M. Suan
during the blessing of Malindog Child Dev't Center
Said project worth P1.5M is a partnership between the San Carlos City thru its City Social Welfare & Development Office (CSWDO) and the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) thru the Department of Social Welfare & Development (DSWD). The DSWD funded said project at P800,000 while the city government shelled out P745,000 as counterpart.
BFP Presents New Fire Truck
The San Carlos City Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) presented their new fire truck after the flag ceremony at the city hall this morning.
BFP Chief Inspector Kim Celisio showed the city officials how the said firefighting vehicle functions with an actual demonstration.
Said officials led by San Carlos City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo inspected said equipment afterwards
|City officials and BFP personnel Actual demonstration of newly acquired BFP firetruck|
Senior Fire Officer 2 Marilou Dela Cruz said the new firefighting vehicle has a capacity of 4,000 liters or 1,000 gallons of water and costs P11,988,000.
Fire Officer 1 Eric Acuesta on the other hand said that the latest fire truck they have is the super tanker provided by the city government 13 years ago while the other unit from the national government was given during the 1980’s.
The new fire truck brings the city’s BFP firefighting vehicles to a total of four of which three are operational while one is presently undergoing full body repair.
Other localities in Negros Occidental which received new fire trucks from the BFP of the Department of the Interior & Local Government include the cities of Bacolod, Talisay, and Escalante and the municipalities of La Carlota and Pulupandan.