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NegOr honors outstanding brgys

Philippine Information Agency
30 Nov 2020, 19:38 GMT+10

DUMAGUETE CITY, Nov. 29 (PIA) -- Several barangays in Negros Oriental were honored by the government for establishing functional conflict-resolution mechanisms and for having an active Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Committees (BADAC), barangay tanod team, and Barangay Peace and Order Committee (BPOC).

The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) under the auspices of the Provincial Government of Negros Oriental awarded 28 barangays who ranked 3rd, 2nd, and 1st place in the provincial search for the outstanding BADAC, BPOCs, Barangay Tanod Team (BTT), and the Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentive Awards (LTIA).

The awarding was held on Nov. 23 at the Provincial Convention Center, this city.

The winners for the LTIA in the 4th to 6th Class Municipality Category are Brgy. Bae, Jimalalud (3rd place), Brgy. Nasig-id, Zambonguita (2nd place), and Brgy. Camluctot, San Jose (1st place).

The winners for the LTIA in the 1st to 3rd Class Municipality are Brgy. Tinaogan, Bindoy (4th place), Brgy. Sta. Monica, Manjuyod (3rd place), Brgy. Puhagan, Valencia (2nd place), and Brgy. Poblacion Sta. Catalina (1st place).

The winners for the LTIA in the 1st to 3rd Class Component City Category are Brgy. Villareal, Bayawan City (3rd place), Brgy. Cambuilao, Bais City (2nd place), and Brgy. Motong, Dumaguete City (1st place).

The winners for the Outstanding BTTs in the 4th to 6th class Municipality Category are Brgy. North Poblacion, Jimalalud (3rd place), Brgy. Poblacion, Zamboanguita (2nd place), and Brgy. Banilad, Bacong (1st place).

The winners for the Outstanding BTTs in the 1st to 3rd class Municipality Category are Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan (5th place), Brgy. Sta. Monica, Manjuyod (4th place), Brgy. Tinaogan, Bindoy (3rd place), Brgy. Tabon, Vallehermoso (2nd place), and Brgy. Puhagan, Valencia (1st place).

Lasty, the third set of winners for the BTTs from the 1st to 3rd Class Component Cities Category are Brgy. Bagacay, Dumaguete City (consolation prize winner), Brgy. Villareal, Bayawan City (3rd place), Brgy. Tamisu, Bais City (2nd place), and Brgy. Mabigo, Canlaon City (1st place).

On the other hand, the winners for the provincial search for outstanding BPOCs in the 4th to 6th Class Municipalities category are Brgy. North Poblacion, Jimalalud (2nd place), and Brgy. Poblacion, Zamboanguita (1st place).

The winners for the provincial search for outstanding BPOCs in the 1st to 3rd Class Municipalities Category are Brgy. Tinaogan, Bindoy (5th place), Brgy. Poblacion, Ayungon (4th place), Brgy. Sta. Monica, Manjuyod (3rd place), Brgy. Tabon, Vallehermoso (2nd place), and Brgy. Puhagan, Valencia (1st Place).

For the 1st to 3rd Class Component Cities Category, the winners are Brgy. Motong, Dumaguete City (3rd place), Brgy. Tamisu, Bais City (2nd place), and Brgy. Mabigo, Canlaon City (1st place).

Meanwhile, the winners of the provincial search for outstanding BADACs in the 4th to 6th Class Municipality are Brgy. Poblacion, Zamboanguita (4th place), Brgy. Buntis, Bacong (3rd place), Brgy. Cambaloctot, San Jose (2nd place), and Brgy. Don E. Villegas, Vallehermoso (1st place).

The winners of the provincial search for outstanding BADACs in the 1st to 3rd Class Municipality are Brgy. Cangmating, Sibulan (4th place), Brgy. Albiga, Siaton (3rd place), Brgy. Tampocon - II, Ayungon (2nd place), and Brgy. Calayugan, Valencia (1st place).

Finally, the winners of the provincial search for outstanding BADAC in the 1st to 3rd Class Component City Category are Brgy. Motong, Dumaguete City (consolation prize winner), Brgy. Tayawan, Bayawan City (3rd place), Brgy. Binalbagan, Canlaon City (2nd place), and Brgy. Tamisu, Bais City (1st place).

DILG handed over plaques to the winners together with cash incentives with the total amount pegged at P1.18-M.

DILG Negros Oriental Provincial Director Johnjoan Mende congratulated the winners of the provincial searches.

"The DILG, true to its mandate of maintaining peace and order in local government units and raising capacities of local officials in the protection and reduction of criminal incidents and in the improvement of our crime solution efficiency in sustaining peace and order in our communities has this incentives for BADACs, BPOCs, barangay tanod and the lupong tagapamayapa. A yearly search for outstanding performance in the province of Negros Oriental," Mende said.

He added that this endeavor has been institutionalized in the province under the auspices of the Provincial Government of Negros Oriental.

Mende expressed his gratitude to the provincial government for their support to this incentive system.

Meanwhile, Assistant Provincial Attorney Loiue Rastica, who attended the event in behalf of Gov. Roel Degamo, noted in is message that the governor recognizes their efforts in combating criminality in their areas. (ral/PIA7-Negros Oriental)

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