Barangay Alimodias is the farthest barangay in the Bacauan Valley.
It is about 18 kilometers from the Poblacion. The barangay was a sitio of Barangay Olango which became an independent barangay after World War II.
The Barangay got its name from alimodias, a fruit bearing plant which used to grow in abundance in the area.
The leaders of the place were Francisco Nabua assisted by Juan Nalaunan (1942-1947), Francisco Nabua and Francisco Famisaran (1948-1951), Roberto Failagal and Daniel Paguntalan (1952-1955), Francisco Paguntalana and Jose Nebre (195601971), Porperio Paguntalan (1972-1979), Roberto Failagao (1991-1997). The present head of this barangay for the year 1998-2003 is Amado Failagao.
Total Land Area
|700 square meters
|50 square meters
|623,425 square meters
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|Day Care Center
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|cellphones 9, Handheld radios 1
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|Spring Water 6