HUH!?! OH! C'MON! If the explanation allegedly offered by the Office of the Virac Mayor were to be taken as gospel truth, it appears that this piece of land, which happens to be the shoulder of the national road located in front of Ficelco, is private property. Even the simplest of folks, simpletons included, know that this is public property. Will Mayor Alberto care to please explain the matter?
|•||Bahay ng lespu, nilooban ng NPA|
|•||Nakawan sa undas|
|•||Ipis gang, nasakote|
|•||2 hinuli sa undas|
|•||3 durugista, timbog dahil kay kagawad|
|•||Brgy Chair's son killed by rebels|
|•||5 crime groups neutralized in September alone|
|•||Oplan Linis ng INC, DepEd nabenipisyuhan|
|•||CDA needs re-engineering|
|•||Kantina ng CNHS, pinasok ng mga kawatan|
|ROAD MISHAP. This is an all-too-common
sight these days, claiming untold number of victims every year. One only
has to read the police blotter to get a glimpse of just how many fall
victim to reckless drivers, some of whom do not even have a license to
|UNDAS 2003. Families trek back to cemeteries nationwide to visit and remember their dearly departed. Photo taken at Virac Public Cemetery last Nov. 1.|
|Mga drayber, sinisisi si Mayor Cito Alberto|
|Isang grupo ng mga drayber
at operator ng pampublikong sasakyan sa lalawigan ang ibinubunton ang
sisi sa tanggapan ni Mayor Cito Alberto ng munisipyo ng Virac dahil sa
pagliit ng kanilang kita at anila ay lantaran nitong paglabag sa batas.
Ito ang napag-alaman ng Forum sa isang panayam sa isang opisyal ng San Miguel Mabato Virac Transport Association (SMMVTA), na humiling na huwag ilabas ang kaniyang pangalan dahil sa takot na mapagdiskitahan umano siya ng mga "galamay" ng alkalde sa kaniyang pagbiyahe sa downtown Virac.
|FROM JANUARY TO SEPTEMBER 2003|
|Rabies claims 50|
|Poor support by local government units (LGUs) in
the implementation of the anti-rabies campaign in Bicol is among the factors
that contribute to the continuous rise of rabies cases in the region,
now with 50 reported deaths due to rabid dog bites since January this
year, the Department of Health (DOH) said.
|STUBBORN. Despite repeated warnings from the NFA, several business establishments continue to sell re-bagged NFA rice which are being sold as commercial rice. This is according to the Consumer Advocacy Caravan Team, a multi-agency organization.|
|ACPS for doctors|
|Doctors accredited by the Philippine Health Insurance
Corporation will be receiving their payment from PhilHealth for reimbursement
of professional fees through an Auto Credit Payment Scheme (ACPS).
PhilHealth's ACPS is a system where payment of professional fees is made through an automatic credit to the account opened by PhilHealth in the Land Bank of the Philippines branch nearest the residence or hospital affiliation of the accredited doctor.
PhilHealth Bicol regional head Orlando D. Iñigo said that ACPS implementation in Bicol started last October 15.