Brgy. Tangub changes course, will join ‘Business One-Stop-Shop’

Posted by watchmen
January 6, 2020
Posted in HEADLINE

After previously announcing his barangay would not join the ongoing “Business One-Stop-Shop” at the Bacolod City Government Center (BCGC), citing the presence of several “illegal structure owners” continuing to obstruct roads within his jurisdiction, Barangay Tangub Captain Noli Villarosa has since changed his mind and said the neighborhood would join the event.
In a phone interview yesterday, Villarosa confirmed they would participate beginning today, noting, he does not want to hamper the program of the local government.
The barangay official added, he plans to meet with city legal officer, Atty. Joselito Bayatan, to provide an explanation for his earlier pronouncements.
In response to his previous statement, Executive Assistant Samuel Montoyo, a member of the Anti-Red Tape Act Core Team, said he would recommend the mayor penalize the barangay official for disobeying the order.
The event, which provides a venue for the renewal of business permits and registration of new businesses, is scheduled to run until January 20.
According to Assistant City Treasurer Arlene Memoria, the event opens from Monday to Friday, beginning at 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.; and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
All government agencies, City Hall offices, along with barangays are expected to be on hand to process their respective documents.
In previous years, not all barangays participated in the event.
In anticipation, Bacolod City Mayor Evelio Leonardia earlier issued an executive order requiring all barangays to set up desks at the BCGC./DGB, WDJ

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