EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 018 Series 2016

AN ORDER ORGANIZING THE MUNICIPAL ECOLOGICAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF IROSIN, SORSOGON, PROVIDING FOR ITS FUNCTIONS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

WHEREAS, the Republic Act No. 9003, otherwise known as the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000, especially Section 11 thereof provided for  the creation of the Municipal Solid Waste Management Board;

WHEREAS, pressing issues and concerns related to Solid Waste Management in the Municipality of Irosin require management actions as mandated by RA 9003;

WHEREAS, the Municipality of Irosin is committed to support the attainment of sustainable development and the provision of environment friendly place for its populace; and

WHEREAS, there is a need to formulate a 6-Year Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) Plan that would provide focus, direction and guidelines to achieve the project goal of the Municipal Local Government Unit;

NOW, THEREFORE, premises considered, I, ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR., by the power vested in me by law as the Mayor of the Municipality of Irosin, hereby order the following:

SECTION 1: Composition: Municipal Ecological Solid Waste Management Board (MESWMB). The Municipal Ecological Solid Waste Management Board (MESWMB) of the Municipality of Irosin is hereby reconstituted to be composed of the following:

Chairman:
HON. ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR., Municipal Mayor

Co-Chairman:
LORNA B. PADURA, Municipal Administrator

Members:

  • MR. NOEL D. MERCADO II, Municipal Planning and Development Officer
  • BENJAMIN M. GABIONZA, Municipal Engineer
  • MRS. NIMFA B. FEROLINO, Municipal Agriculture Officer
  • FELIX G. ORTILE, Municipal Budget Officer
  • ADONIS E. FORTES, Municipal Treasurer
  • EDUARDO E. BERWEGA, SB Chairman, Committee on Environment and Natural Resources and Environmental Protection
  • HON. TERESITA V. FUTALAN, SB Chairman, Committee on Agriculture
  • SALOME E. NAVALES, SB Chairman, Committee on Public Health and Sanitation
  • MRS. MARIA G. REYES, ABC President 
  • DRA. NERISSA B. TAGUM, Municipal Health Officer
  • MARCUS GARNER FRILLES, Municipal Local Government Operational Officer
  • MRS. MA. BELLA A. NARES, Irosin District Supervisor

Each member of the board may designate his/her permanent alternative in case of his/her absence.

SECTION 2.  Functions and Responsibilities.  The MESWMB shall have the following functions and responsibilities.

  1. Develop a Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan which will be submitted to the Sangguniang Bayan for adoption;
  2. Provide the necessary logistic and operational support for an effective implementation of the approved Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan;
  3. Recommend measures and safeguard against pollution and for preservation of the natural ecosystem;
  4. Recommend measures to general resources, funding and implementation of projects and activities as specified in the duly approved Solid Waste Management Plans;
  5. Identify areas within the municipality which have common solid waste management problems as basis for planning local solid waste management services;
  6. Coordinate efforts of the respective Barangays in the implementation of the Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan;
  7. Develop and appropriate incentive scheme as an integral component of the Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan;
  8. Convene meetings of the Municipal Ecological Solid Waste Management Board at least quarterly for the purpose of integrating, synchronizing,  monitoring and evaluating the development and implementation of the Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan;
  9. Represent the municipality and component Barangays in coordinating the resource operational requirements with agencies of the provincial and national government;
  10. Oversee the implementation of the Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan;
  11. Conduct yearly review of as needs arises, the Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan for the purpose of ensuring its sustainability, viability, effectiveness and relevance in relation to local and international developments in the fields of solid waste management;
  12. Allow clustering of Barangay to solve common Solid Waste Management problems; and
  13. Call on any concerned agency or sector as it may deem necessary, for support and other appropriation action.

SECTION 3. Composition of the Municipal Technical Working Group on Ecological Solid Waste

Management (MTWG-ESWM) in the Municipality of Irosin. The MTWG on ESWM is hereby re-constituted to compose the technical staff of the members of the Board and it shall serve as the working arm of the Municipality ESWM Board, as follows:
MA. NERISSA B. TAGUM, Municipal Health Officer
ENGR. BENJAMIN M. GABIONZA, Municipal Engineer
FELIX G. ORTILE, Municipal Budget Officer
MRS. NIMFA B. FEROLINO, Municipal Agriculture Officer
MARCUS GARNER FRILLES, Municipal Local Government Operation Officer
MRS. MA. BELLA NARES, DepEd/Irosin District Supervisor
MRS. MARIA G. REYES, ABC President
Each member of the MTWG-ESWM may designate his/her permanent alternate to attend meetings and other activities of the MTWG.

SECTION 4. Functions of the MTWG shall the following specific functions:

  1. Formulates the schedule of the key tasks to be uncertain on the project of the municipality;
  2. Obtain information on and gain understanding of the promising innovation practices of the other LGUs and organizations;
  3. Review documents, monitor and evaluate the current municipal and Barangay practices, programs and policies;
  4. Facilitate broad-based consensus on short and long term strategies of the municipality;
  5. Formulate strategic action program based on multi-sectoral consensus and recommend actions for the establishment/ strengthening of permanent MLGU based office that can manage the program on the term;
  6. Formulate enabling ordinances to implement the program;
  7. Develop information campaign plan to promote the program;
  8. Manage the conduct of technical training to enhance the capability of the Municipal TWG;
  9. Recommend action to the MESWM Board.

SECTION 5. Working Norms and Arrangements. The Municipal Working Group has the following norms and arrangements.

  1. The members of the MTWG shall commit assistance of their respective offices to the project within the purview of their offices mandates and functions.
  2. The MTWG shall call on the other agencies and special programs for the assistance in the performance of its functions, directly or through the office of the Municipal mayor or the other concerned offices/ agencies as the case may be.
  3. The MTWG shall formulate its own internal working rules and procedures.
  4. The MTWG shall render report to the Municipal ESWM Board.

SECTION 6. Funding and Operation of MTWG. Considering the limited funding resources, the following shall be observed in the operation of the MTWG.

  1. Expenses of members of the MTWG shall be charged to their respective offices, subjects to accounting and auditing procedures. Common expenses and other cost maybe agreed upon and shared by members of the MTWG.
  2. The MTWG is hereby directed to meet regularly and draw up courses of action for its efficient and effective operation.

SECTION 7. Secretariat. The MPDC and ESWM — MTWG shall provide administrative and technical support services to the MEWMB.

SECTION 8. Amendatory Clause. This Executive Order amends all order and other directives inconsistent herewith.

SECTION 9. Effectively. This Order shall take effect immediately upon its issuance.

Done this 26th day of August 2016 at Municipality of Irosin, Province of Sorsogon.

 

 

ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR.
Municipal Mayor

 

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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 017 Series 2016

AN ORDER CREATING THE MUNICIPAL ANTI-DENGUE COMMITTEE AND THE BARANGAY ANTI-DENGUE TASK FORCES IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF IROSIN, PROVINCE OF SORSOGON

WHEREAS, the local government units are mandated under the Local Government Code to promote health and safety or its constituents by providing measures to prevent and control the spread of diseases, particularly Dengue, and provide assistance to those afflicted;

WHEREAS, given the preventability of the disease, it is prudent to provide for a community-based dengue prevention and control mechanism, and strengthen existing policies that are already being implemented by the LGU and DOH;

WHEREAS, dengue has become a major public health concern in the country and in some parts of the world;

WHEREAS, in the country, dengue remains to be endemic and number of cases is expected to increase during rainy season;

WHEREAS, environmental sanitation is still the most effective way in the elimination and ultimate destruction of breeding sites of the mosquito vector carrying the disease;

WHEREAS, environmental sanitation as a preventive measure can be achieved and sustained through community participation at the lowest level of the community which is the barangay/purok level;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR., Mayor of the Municipality of Irosin, by virtue of the power vested in me by law, do hereby order the creation of the Municipal Anti-Dengue Committee.

SECTION 1: Composition: The Municipal Anti-Dengue Committee shall be composed of the following:

Chairman: HON. ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR., Municipal Mayor

Co-Chairman: LORNA B. PADURA, Municipal Administrator

Members:

SALOME E. NAVALES, SB Chairman, Committee on Health and Sanitation
Eduardo E. Berwega, SB Chairman, Committee on Environment and Natural Resources
Dra. Nerissa B. Tagum, Municipal Health Officer
Garner Marcos Frilles, MLGOO
Joseph Baeza, Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Officer
Ma. Bella A. Nares, E/S District Supervisor
Nancy T. Bajamundi, Gallanosa National H/S Principal
Benita Cielo, Gabao National H/S Principal
Roger P. Ariate, Tinampo National H/S Principal
Gloria Brogada, Veritas College of Irosin Dean
Ester Polo, Holy Spirit Academy of Irosin Principal
Maria G. Reyes, ABC President
Rabbi E. Balisnomo, Environmental Management Consultant
Norberto Ortile, CSO Representative
Narciso Ubalde, CSO Representative

SECTION 2.  Functions of the Municipal Anti-Dengue Committee. 

  1. Advocate to their constituents to actively participate in their community’s drive against dengue through massive information dissemination.
  2. Assign one (1) specific day of every week for the simultaneous holding of the Clean-up Drive in the 28 barangays.
  3. Tap the support of the socio-civic and business sector to generate resources e.g. volunteers, drugs / medical / laboratory supplies, IEC materials, reporting forms, etc.
  4. Reproduce IEC materials, reporting forms and distribute these to barangays.
  5. Establish a Vector Control and Surveillance Unit through the Municipal Health Office.
  6. Provide technical and logistics support to the 28 Barangay Anti-Dengue Task Forces.
  7. Institutionalize a recording and reporting system for vector control and surveillance information.

SECTION 3. Barangay Anti-Dengue Task Force. – Every Barangay in the Municipality of Irosin shall constitute its Barangay Anti-Dengue Task Force. The task force shall be composed of the following:

Chairman: Barangay Captain

Members:

  • Barangay Chairman, Committee on Health
  • Midwife
  • Barangay Health Workers
  • School Principals
  • CSO Representatives

SECTION 4. Functions of the Barangay Anti-Dengue Task Force.

  1. Aggressively advocate to their constituents to actively participate in the campaign against Dengue through massive information dissemination.
  2. Tap the support of the socio-civic and business sector to generate resources e.g. volunteers, drugs / medical / laboratory supplies, IEC materials, reporting forms, etc.
  3. Establish a Vector Control and Surveillance Unit through the Municipal Health Office.
  4. Coordinate with the Municipal Anti-Dengue Committee on recording and reporting system for vector control and surveillance information.
  5. Perform other activities incidental and necessary in the control, prevention and elimination of dengue in their respective barangays.

SECTION 5. Effectivity. The Executive Order shall be effective immediately.

Issued this 15th day of August, 2016 in the Municipality of Irosin, Province of Sorsogon.

 

ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR.
Municipal Mayor

 

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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 016 Series 2016

AN ORDER COMMISSIONING THE COUNCIL FOR COMMUNITY OF ELDERS (CCE) IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF LOCAL LAWS AND ORDERS RELATING TO TRAFFIC AND SAFETY OF PEDESTRIANS

WHEREAS, it is incumbent upon local leaders and stakeholders to look into the interest and well-being of the citizenry; 

WHEREAS, in view of the growing population and the evolution of time, the present leadership was always faced with the burden of coping with new challenge owing to the inevitability of progress and expansion;

WHEREAS, no amount of effort is adequate to spontaneously deal with the rising concerns and tremendous challenges associated with progress and development so much so that there is always the predicament of prioritizing concerns in local governance, hence this call for kind-hearted and sympathetic group or individuals who can voluntarily help out the Local Government Unit of Irosin in its drive to maintain public order and safety in the community;

WHEREAS, the Local Government Unit of Irosin fully recognizes the potential of the members of CCE in dealing with different local governance concerns and civil adversities;

NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained to enact An Order Commissioning the Council for Community of Elders in the enforcement of local laws and orders relating to Traffic and Pedestrian Safety.

SECTION I: Roles and Assignments. For purposes of this order,  the enforcement of local laws and orders shall be spearheaded by its Chairmen, Mr. Peter Henry Gallanosa and Mr. Florentino P. Pecate Jr.. They shall take charge of the coordination, management and in directing the CCE carrying out this order. In the furtherance of the enforcement drive, the CCE shall tap the services of civic oriented groups and other concerned citizens. Moreover, to ensure the sustainability of this order, the Local Government Unit of Irosin in cooperation with the local PNP, shall at all times monitor the CCE’s activities, and give assistance to the lead group. 

SECTION II.  Duties and Functions. The CCE as lead group shall assist the Local Government Unit of Irosin and the local police in ensuring the strict implementation of all local laws, ordinances and of all pertinent national regulations. It shall be also the duty of CCE to spearhead and initiate necessary and appropriate actions that will directly address issues and concerns called upon any circumstances relating to traffic safety of pedestrians in the community. The Local Government Unit of Irosin however shall assume full responsibility for all actions undertaken by the CCE in line with this order. Therefore, it shall be the duty of the council to render periodic report on its programs, plans and implementation activities.

SECTION III. Scope and Coverage. For purpose of a well-defined scope and coverage of duties and functions, the CCE shall be authorized to direct, supervise, manage, apprehend and enforce local laws and ordinance relating to traffic, parking and pedestrian safety and other functions and duties as may be assigned by the office of the Municipal Mayor.

SECTION IV. Repealing Clause. All preceding orders issued by this office in contrast with this order are hereby repealed or rescinded.

SECTION V. Effectivity. This order shall take effect immediately upon approval.

Done this 10th day of August, 2016 Irosin, Sorsogon.

 

ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR.
Municipal Mayor

 

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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 015 Series 2016

RECONSTITUTING THE LOCAL POVERTY REDUCTION ACTION TEAM (LPRAT) OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF IROSIN, PROVINCE OF SORSOGON

WHEREAS, the Philippine Government is committed to pursue the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of reducing poverty from 26.5% in 2009 to 16.6% by the end of 2016, attain the Philippine Development Plan’s goal of inclusive growth and poverty reduction, and promote good governance at the local level;

WHEREAS, pursuant thereto, the President issued Executive Order No. 43 dated May 31, 2011 mandating the Cabinet to organize into clusters that shall serves as the primary mechanism of the Executive Branch towards the realization of the Social Contract with the Filipino people, particularly along poverty reduction and anti- corruption platforms;

WHEREAS, by virtue of DBM-DILG-DSWD-NAPC Joint Memorandum Circular No. 04, Series of 2013, the Human Development and Poverty Reduction Cluster (HDPRC), through the Grassroots Budgeting Oversight Agencies, shall implement the Grassroots Participatory Budgeting Process (Grassroots Budgeting), formerly called Bottom-up Budgeting to ensure the inclusions of the funding requirements for the development needs as they are identified at the local level in budget proposals of participating agencies;

WHEREAS, the 1987 Constitution and the Local Government Code of 1991 mandate the effective and reasonable participation of all concerned sectors and stakeholders in all levels of social, political and economic decision-making to ensure the viability of local autonomy as an alternative strategy for sustainable development;

WHEREAS, the Municipal Mayor issued Executive Order No. 4, Series of 2012 dated March 21, 2012, creating the local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT) and Executive Order No. 1, Series of 2013 dated January 4, 2013, reconstituting the LPRAT;

WHEREAS, there is a need to reconstitute the LPRAT to ensure compliance to the provisions of DBM-DILG-DSWD-NAPC-JMC 04-2013 on the Enhance Grassroots Budgeting Process;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR., Municipal Mayor of Irosin, Sorsogon by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order  and direct the following:

SECTION 1: Composition: The Local Poverty Reduction Action Team shall be composed of the following:

Chairperson:
Hon. Alfredo J. Cielo, Jr., Municipal Mayor

Co-Chairperson:
Norberto T. Ortile, Chairperson of Irosin CSO

Members

Government Representatives
Hon. Erwin Nicholas R. Gacias, SB Committee on Budget and Appropriation
Mr. Noel D. Mercado II, MPDO
Ms. Nimfa B. Ferolino, MAO
Gilda R. Martinez, MSWDO
Ma. Nerissa B. Tagum, MD, MHO
Mr. Felix G. Ortile, Municipal Budget Officer
Leni B. Baleta, 4P’s Municipal Link
Garner Marcos Frilles, MLGOO-DILG

CSOS and Community Representatives
Carmen Arimbay, BSPMC/LPRAP Signatory
Antonio F. Equipado, BUCASMATA/LPRAP Signatory
Nemia Bitara, BSPMC
Grace Ocampo, BSPMC
Allan Timbol, BSPMC
Romeo Ocana, BSPMC
Aurora C. De Guzman, Malaya Ka Inc.
Mary Jean Hecita, IRDF
Clemente Nava, PWDs

SECTION 2.  Functions: The Local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT) shall be responsible of the following:

  1. Organized and facilitate the conduct of Poverty Reduction Action Planning workshops for the formulation of the Local Poverty Reduction Action Plan (LPRAP) and the identification of priority poverty reduction projects;
  2. Agree on the list of priority reduction projects for 2017 based on the LPRAP and submit it to the RPRAT;
  3. Conduct quarterly meeting to monitor the status of the approval and integration of the priority poverty reduction projects into the budgets of participating agencies and monitor the implementation and status of the projects;
  4. Ensure the compliance and submission of documentary administrative and technical requirements of the projects;
  5. Perform such functions as maybe delegated by law.

SECTION 3. Funding: To ensure the functionality of the team, a budget of not less than Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php 50,000.00) will be appropriated chargeable against any available local funds;

SECTION 4. Separability Clause: If any provisions of this order is declared invalid, the other provision not affected thereby shall remain valid.

SECTION 5. Effectivity: This order shall take effect immediately.

Done in the Municipality of Irosin, Sorsogon, this 25th day of July, 2016

 

ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR.
Municipal Mayor

 

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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 014 Series 2016

AN ORDER CONSTITUTING THE MUNICIPAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL COMPOSITION AND ITS DUTIES AND FUCNTIONS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF IROSIN, IROSIN, SORSOGON

WHEREAS, the state declares tourism as an indispensable element of the national economy and an industry of national interest and importance, which must be harnessed as an engine of socio-economic growth and cultural affirmation to generate investment, foreign exchange and employment, and continue to mold and enhanced sense of national pride of all Filipinos;

WHEREAS, pursuant to Republic Act No. 7160, otherwise known as Local Government Code of 1991, Local Government Units (LGUs) shall prepare, adopt, implement and monitor their local tourism purposes;

WHEREAS, LGUs shall adopt the principle of sustainable tourism development in the formulation of their local tourism development plans to give due regard to the conservation of natural endowments and preservation of cultural heritage while according opportunity to local communities to achieve a better quality of life.

WHEREAS, in view of the assumption into the office by the new set of local officials, it is imperative to re-organize the membership of the Municipal Tourism Development Council;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR., Municipal Mayor of Irosin, Sorsogon by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order the constitution of the Municipal Tourism Development Council as an coordinating and advisory body for the Municipal Tourism Development efforts.

SECTION 1: Composition: The Municipal Tourism Development Council shall be composed of the following:

Chairperson:
Hon. Alfredo J. Cielo, Jr., Municipal Mayor

Vice Chairperson:
Hon. Teresita V. Futalan, SB Committee Chairperson on Tourism

Focal Person:
Mr. Francis G. Ubalde, Municipal Tourism Officer / Secretariat

Members

  1. Eduardo B. Berwega, Vice Chairperson on Tourism
  2. Melchor O. Michelena, SB Committee Chairperson on Transportation
  3. Lorna B. Padura, Municpal Administrator
  4. Noel D. Mercado II, Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator
  5. Ma. Bella A. Nares, Dep. Ed. Schools Supervisor
  6. PCI Edwin C. Adora, COP, PNP Irosin
  7. Garner Marcos C. Frilles, MILGOO / DILG
  8. Claire G. Rellama, Municipal Information Officer
  9. Nimfa B. Ferolino, Municipal Agriculture Officer
  10. Belinda Dogillo, MARPO
  11. Felix G. Ortile, Municipal Budget Officer
  12. Rommel Hapa Radio Natin Station Administrator
  13. Jose F. Hugo, KABALIKAT CIVICOM
  14. Representative Irosin Bantay Gubat
  15. Edgar F. Garcia Owner, EFG Cable TV
  16. Mercuria Guerrero, Irosin Market Vendors & Farmers Asso.
  17. Stella Marie G. Fortes, Owner, Kobi’s Resto Bar
  18. Josefina J. Cielo, Owner/Proprietor Cielo’s Garden Resort
  19. Teresita Villavert, Owner/Proprietor 401K Resort
  20. Liberty Borigas, Owner/Proprietor Borigas Hills Resort
  21. Romeo Villanueva, Owner/Proprietor Vi-da Guest Resort
  22. Rodolfo G. Santiago, Manager, Tropical Hot Spring Inc.
  23. Leonida E. Belmonte, Manager, Agua Dolce Spring Resort
  24. Raul R. Hugo, Manager, Amaru Resort Inc.

SECTION 2. Duties and Functions: The following shall be the duties and functions of the Municipal Tourism Development Council:

  1. Formulate strategic plan or framework plan to develop and enhance the tourism potentials and tourism industry in the Municipality of Irosin;
  2. Coordinate every tourism events and programs in the community;
  3. Formulate programs and recommendation to develop local tourism facilities and attraction tapping local and outside resources and funds;
  4. Assist in the regulation and supervision of tourism – oriented establishments thereby ensuring wholesome and clean tourism activities;
  5. Assist in monitoring the implementation of the Local Government Code particularly on the matter of licensing of tourism establishment in the locality in order to ensure a safe and enjoyable stay of the tourists and travelers.

SECTION 3. Effectivity: This order shall take effect immediately upon approval.

Done in the Municipality of Irosin, Sorsogon, this 21th day of July, 2016

 

ALFREDO J. CIELO, JR.
Municipal Mayor

 

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