MIAGAO, ILOILO – The Municipality of Miagao was awarded Outstanding Municipality in Organic Agriculture during the 6th WV Regional Organic Agriculture Congress at Roxas City, Capiz on September 13, 2018.
The recognition entitled the Municipality the Plaque of Recognition and cash incentive of P300,000.00 which were received by Mayor Macario Napulan together with Municipal Agriculturist Raymundo P. Monroy, Municipal Organic Agriculture Focal Person Ma. Frea Monsale and Mrs. Fe Rem Niñofranco.
The award, an annual search among various municipalities in Western Visayas, is recognizes for the town’s outstanding achievement in the field of agriculture and its credence in the upliftment of the agriculture sector through the production and promotion of organic agriculture.
According to Mayor Napulan, the municipality, through the Office of the Municipal Agriculturist (OMA), has been consistent in its implementation of Organic Agriculture Program. It is recipient and maintains the operation of various organic agriculture projects from the Department of Agriculture such as plant nursery in Barangay Tatoy, Miagao, vegetable seeds, bio control laboratory in OMA compound and solar irrigation facility in Barangay Durog. Only recently, the municipality was also given the mini rice mill forbrown rice, red rice, and other organically produced rice which was set up in Barangay Kirayan Tacas, Miagao.
Also, the OMA maintains the operation of an organic village situated in Sitio Guisian, Barangay Tatoy, Miagao. The Village showcases organically grown fruits and vegetables.
“The Municipality is an advocate of organic farming which is very much sustainable and environment friendly,” said Mayor Napulan. (ABM with reports from OMA Miagao)
SALOMON X-TRAIL RUN PILIPINAS IN MIAGAO. The Municipal Sports Development Council of the Municipality is inviting all sports aficionados in the biggest trail running race in the Philippines – the Salomon X-Trail Run Pilipinas 2018 – Iloilo Leg. Salomon X-Trail Run is a series of trail running events in the Asia-Pacific Region. This race is known to be a more technical trail running race, with mixture of different terrain surfaces including dirt, rocks, sand and concrete paths. The race for the Iloilo leg will be held at the UPV Covered Court, Miagao Campus on September 16, 2018. Those interested may register in the 32 kilometers, 24 kilometers, 14 kilometers, 8 kilometers and Kiddie Run categories. Assembly time for each category is at 4 am (32 km), 5 am (24 km), 6am (14 km and 8 km) and 8 am (Kiddie Run) in the aforesaid venue.
You may look for Mr. Renand John Fermindoza, Municipal Consultant on Sports, at the venue or may signify your intention to join prior event at the Office of the Municipal Mayor.
Registration is free. Prizes await the winners. (ABM)
ON WEBSITE UPDATING. Prime movers in the updating of the LGU website listen with gusto to Mr. Joel Sumadic of Virtual Byte IT Solutions as he impart insights and ideas on how to administer the updating of the website. The website, www.miagao.gov.ph, is one of the LGU’s medium in informing the public about the town’s events, projects, and accomplishments. On top of it, financial reports and other full disclosure policy documents may be accessed in the website as soon as the team commences the updating.
Seen in the pictures are (L-R) Mr. Joel Sumadic of Virtual Byte IT Solutions, Bids and Awards Committee Secretariat Head Cheryl N. Monreal, FDP Focal Person Adora B. Mande, Municipal Administrator John F. Nocal, ICT personnel Ragin Minioto and Jonna Mae Salaya. (ABM)
Herewith is the list of Barangay with dreadful dengue cases.
As such, Miagaowanons are told to not just remember but practice 4S to prevent the disease: search and destroy breeding place, seek early consultation, observe self protection; and say no to indiscriminate fogging.
DocMac: Go out and register
July 19, 2016
Miagao, Iloilo – Mayor Macario”DocMac” Napulan advised the public to take advantage of the 15-day period of registration on July 15 to 30 for the upcoming Barangay and SK elections in October 2016.
To register to vote for the SK polls, voters must be 15 years old but not more than 30 years old on election day and must have been residing in the barangay for at least six months on election day. On the other hand, voters in the barangay polls must be 18 years old on or before October 2016, must have been resided in the country for at least a year and must be residing in the barangay for at least six months before election day.
To register, the applicant must personally appear before the COMELEC office and present any of the following identification documents that bear his/her photograph and signature:
- Current employee’s identification card (ID), with the signature of the employer or authorized representative;
- Postal ID;
- Student’s ID or library card, signed by the school authority;
- Senior Citizen’s ID;
- Driver’s license;
- NBI/PNP clearance;
- SSS/GSIS ID;
- Integrated Bar of the Philippine (IBP) ID;
- License issued by the PRC and;
- Any other valid ID.