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ANG PANABO KARON @ 99.9 RP FM RECAP with ASSISTANT CITY HEALTH OFFICER DR. ERANIE L. PANGILINAN

-Ang dengue virus tibuok body ang gina affect ug different systems nga gina transmit sa Aedes aegypti mosquito. -Ang Aedes mosquito naga breed sa cool and clear na water even ang mga flower vase nato pwede na siya puy-an sa Aedes nga lamok. -From January to July naa tay 583 suspected cases. Suspected means kung [...]

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8TH CITY COUNCIL NAMES CHAIRPERSONS OF STANDING COMMITTEES ON FIRST SESSION

City Vice-Mayor Hon. Janrey G. Gavina, presided the first inaugural session of the 8th City Council of Panabo on July 8, 2019. In the session, privilege speeches were delivered by the members of the said council: Hon. Emmanuel G. Pamisaran, Hon. Gregorio U. Dujali, Hon. Devona H. Jumamil, Hon. Janno Paolo P. Gentiles and Hon. Wendel [...]

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KSB – Barangay Buenavista!

LIVE RECAP | Kahibalo ba ka nga adunay hidden waterfalls sa Panabo? Located at the heart of Barangay Buenavista! Atoang suruyon kini nga barangay uban sa atong reigning Binibining Panabo Eloisa Monique Yepez ug mga Hiyas ng Binulig 2018 winners! Watch Katikaran sa Barangay featuring Barangay BUENAVISTA. Get to know their officials, Sangguniang Kabataan, and [...]

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Message from the City Mayor


This year is a time of hope and new beginnings as we unfold another chapter of life. With God as our refuge, we will steadfast in our faith from any challenge that we will face. Thank you for being one with me in my dream of a better tomorrow . Service to Panaboans, service to God.

Jose E. Relampagos
City Mayor



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How to Get Here

PANABO CITY is located along Daang Maharlika (Pan-Philippine Highway) and is situated between two major cities, Davao City and Tagum City

By LAND, you can reach Panabo City from Davao City via Davao-Butuan, Davao-Mati, and Davao-Tagum bus routes. Other public vehicles such jeepneys, vans and metered taxicabs are also available. It is 32 kilometers or approximately 45 minutes away from Davao City ad 28 kilometers or 30 minutes away from Tagum City.

By AIR, The Davao International Airport has numerous local and international airlines flying into Davao. From the airport, you can either take a metered cab, van or jeepney going to Panabo City or via Tagum City or Mati City.

By SEA, Panabo City is accessible through the SASA port of Davao City. From Davao City you can choose among the numerous public vehicles to bring you to Panabo City

HOTLINE NUMBERS

POLICE STATION

(084) 823-1656 / 09073122991

EMERGENCY CLINIC

(084) 822-1198

FIRE STATION

(084) 822-0160 / (084) 822-7421

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT UNIT

09564066070(G)/09103404090(S)

CITY MAYOR'S OFFICE

(084) 822-2179

CITY VICE MAYOR'S OFFICE

(084) 645-3300

CITY ADMIN'S OFFICE

(084) 822-7320

RADIO ROOM

(084) 822-5061


READ | CEASED AND DESIST ORDER FROM SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION ON ITS CAMPAIGN UNDER ILLEGAL ONLINE LENDING OPERATORS


The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has ordered Peso Tree, Pesoalo and Pinoy Cash Loan to stop offering loans to the public through online platforms without the necessary licenses.

The Commission En Banc issued the order on January 21, enjoining the owners, operators, promoters, representatives, agents and any and all persons claiming and acting for and on their behalf to immediately cease and desist, under pain of contempt, from engaging in, promoting and facilitating unauthorized lending activities.

The SEC likewise ordered Peso Tree, Pesoalo and Pinoy Cash Loan to cease from offering and advertising their lending business through the internet and to delete or remove promotional presentations and offerings from the internet, including the lending applications they operate.

Section 4 of Republic Act No. 9474, or the Lending Company Regulation Act of 2007, requires that a lending company be established only as a corporation. It further provides that “no lending company shall conduct business unless granted an authority to operate by the SEC.”

Any person who shall engage in the business of lending without a validly subsisting authority to operate from the SEC may face a fine ranging from P10, 000 to P50,000 or imprisonment of six months to 10 years or both, under Section 12 of the Lending Company Regulation Act.

Peso Tree, Pesoalo and Pinoy Cash Loan offered loans to the public through their respective websites, mobile applications, Facebook pages and other similar online platforms, based on the findings of the Commission’s Corporate Governance and Finance Department and Enforcement and Investor Protection Department (EIPD).

Certifications by the SEC Company Registration and Monitoring Department (CRMD), however, showed that Peso Tree, Pesoalo and Pinoy Cash Loan were not registered as corporations and that they were not issued the necessary certificate of authority to operate as lending companies.


The EIPD further found the online lending operators to have employed abusive collection practices by imposing high interest rates, onerous and misleading terms and conditions, making misrepresentations as to non-collection of charges and fees and subjecting their debtors to public humiliation and ridicule to the extent of violating their right to privacy to ensure prompt and full collection of indebtedness.

“Considering that the Online Lending Operators are not incorporated entities and have no Certificate of Authority to Operate as Lending Companies or Financing Companies, the lending activities and transaction are illegal and have to be stopped immediately by this Commission,” the order read.

“Finally, the Commission cannot turn a blind eye on the fact that the Online Lending Operator's violation in the instant case was aggravated by the fact that they conducted their business in an unscrupulous manner with evident bad faith, by charging their borrowers unconscionable interest rates, subjecting them to inhumane treatment using abusive and degrading language, and similar other harassment strategies in order to collect debts. This has to stop immediately.”

The SEC earlier issued cease and desist orders covering a total of 48 online lending platforms and their operators for engaging in the business of lending or financing without incorporating and securing a certificate of authority. More information is available on the Lending & Financing Companies page on the Commission’s website.

(Securities and Exchange Commission)

(R.Dulla/CIO-PIRO)
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PAGPANGLIMPYO SA PALENGKE NAPADAYON SA TUIG 2020

Adtong Enero 17, 2020, ang Lokal na Panggamhanan nagpadayon og pagpanglimpyo og pag sanitize sa palengke inubanan sa Mmarket sweepers, fire officers sa Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) ug City Mayor's Office staff aron magpabilin nga limpyo ang palengke.

"Dapat maanad ug musunod kita sa mga rules and regulations sa atong syudad aron ma maintain ang kalimpyo ug ma disciplina ang matag usa kanato ilabi na ang mga vendors,” ingon pa ni Mayor Jose E. Relampagos.

Usa usab kini sa mga prayoridad ni Mayor ang paglimpyo, pagplastar, ug pagdisciplina sa public market. Ang pag sanitize sa palengke mahitabo ka-duha (2) kada bulan.

Nag sugod ang maong kalihokan sukad Hulyo 16, 2019.

(MCG, Photo by: E.Pan)
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