‘Civil Registration’

As per the directive of Mayor Oscar “Richard” S. Garin, Jr to bring the government closer to the people and true to their mandate of counting all Miagaowanons, the Office of the Municipal Civil Registrar under the leadership of Mrs. Ma Teresa Jambre is now conducting mobile registration.
On time for the Brigada Eskwela of the schools, Mrs. Jambre are accepting requests for processing of birth certificate and other vital documents with the Philippine Statistics Office. She will be at Alejandro Firmeza Memorial National High School until August 28, 2022.
Among the services offered are:
-Registration of Live Birth
-Registration of Marriage
-Registration of Death
-Legitimation
-Receive applications for the Issuance of Marriage License
-Correction of Clerical Error/Change of Name
-Issue certified transcripts of copies of any certificate or document registered
-Endorsement of documents
-Affidavit of acknowledgement/admission of paternity

Provincial Population Officer Engr. Ramon C. Yee, MPG paid a courtesy visit to Mayor Oscar “Richard” S. Garin, Jr and personally handed over the signed Memorandum of Agreement for the Establishment of the Multi Purpose Counseling situated at the 2nd Floor of the JRBB Hall.
They also presented the Miagao Population Profille 2019 to 2021. For 2022, Miagao has a total population of 72,267.
Engr. Yee was joined by PPO Ms. Eireen Digcaboon and Most Outstanding Ilonggo Ms. Rose Mary Galvan.

‘Meeting friends’

Mayor Oscar “Richard” S. Garin, Jr in a short chit chat with Mr. Nono Palmos and the members of the Little Miss Hablon Committee.
Little Miss Hablon will be back as one of the Hablon Festival activities on September 17, 2022.

‘Taste of Miagaowanon hospitality’

Mayor Oscar “Richard” S. Garin, Jr let his guests feel at home as he sits down in a dinner with the visitors from the National Commission for Culture and Arts at Sulu Garden here.
The NCCA personnel were here for two days to extend their technical assistance in updating world heritage marker particularly for the baroque Miagao Church.

Offices are now busy prepping for the Annual Budget 2023. Photos show the preliminary Budget Hearing with Atty. Henida Genise, SB Chairperson Committee on Appropriations Hon. Cezar Florece, OIC Budget Officer Sheila Marie Montehermoso and the Heads of Offices concern. The activity is a 3-day event that will initially screen the offices’ budget proposals and ensures that their plans and programs are aligned with the 10-Point Executive Agenda of Mayor Oscar “Richard” S. Garin. Jr.

Who could be the best tour guide and historian of the place than the Municipal Mayor?
Mayor Oscar “Richard” S. Garin, Jr tells the history of the town to the personnel from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts as they paid courtesy visit to him earlier today.
They came to Miagao to conduct site inspections and consultative meetings with the key stakeholders of all the serial component of the Miagao Church.
They are also here to update the specific World Heritage site markets of the Baroque Miagao Church.
For his part, Mayor Garin shared his plans for Miagao in his dream of making the whole town as tourist destination to include putting up of railings and lightings from the Tumagbok Bridge to the town proper with designs that will complement the Church. Also in his plans are the shoreline and riverbank protections that will provide access to the famous Church.