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Called the Green Police, they wake up at wee hours of the morning and proceed to the waste collection area as early as 5:00 AM to make sure that bags of garbage brought there by residents are properly segregated.

It has been six years now since they committed to this responsibility, and they have not lost enthusiasm. They are grandmothers and mothers organized by the Bontoc Local Government Unit (LGU) through the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO). They have responsibilities at home and office work; they have businesses to run and rice fields to attend too; but they have the time and commitment to waste management. They do not see it as a burden.

This has become routine to the women in the four central villages of Bontoc to include Barangays Samoki, Caluttit, Poblacion and Bontoc Ili, for an hour every morning, to ensure that garbage is segregated and the public are informed on how to properly segregate their waste. This is their initiative and contribution to solving the garbage problem in the capital town. For many years, Bontoc used to operate an open dump site in Matoytoy-ok, Caluttit above the Chico River until the Kalinga Anti-Pollution Action Group (KAPAG) filed a Writ of Kalikasan at the Court of Appeals (CA) against the Bontoc LGU in 2012. The municipality, acknowledging its obligation to observe the prohibition of the operation of a dumpsite as mandated by Republic Act (RA) 9003 and its environmental impact, boldly decided to close the open dumpsite.


Voluntarism: How the Green Police Started

The Green Police were neither chosen nor hired by the municipal government to solve the garbage problem in Bontoc. They are women who volunteered their time and effort without expecting monetary compensation or reward. When the municipal government sponsored a training for Green Police in June 2013, these women enthusiastically responded and signed in.

Aurelia P. Ofo-ob was one among those who got interested and attended the seminar. Together with other participants, they were trained on how to re-use and recycle cellophanes turning these into bottled bricks, flower pots, table cloth, bags, wallets and cellphone cases, among others.

The knowledge and skills that Aurelia and her co-participants have acquired were then utilized after the training. It was the beginning of a bigger responsibility. Among themselves, they united and agreed that they need to act. With the guidance from the MENRO, the Green Police came into action.

Embracing Challenges

Change is not easy. It cannot happen overnight. The same with making the public segregate their waste at home or at their business establishments before bringing it to the waste collection area. This was the first problem encountered by the Green Police when the “Segregation at Source” and “No Segregation, No Collection” was implemented by the municipal government.

Aurelia, a member of the Green Police in Barangay Samoki and detailed at the waste collection area along the road in Kalonglong narrated the struggle they had to face every time garbage was collected, and how they cope with it.

When the segregation of biodegradable, non-biodegradable and residual wastes was introduced, not everyone was responsive to this. Even with the massive Information Education Campaign (IEC) conducted by the municipal government on garbage management, some stubbornly brought their garbage unsegregated, others half- heartedly segregate their waste, and when asked by the Green Police at the collection posts, and there were few who irresponsibly stressed that ”garbage is garbage, so leave it as it is.”

Still, the Green Police stood on their ground and patiently explained to the residents the reason for the strict implementation of solid waste management policies. Like teaching a child the alphabet, the Green Police patiently showed and taught the public proper waste segregation practices.
Their task for the day did not end with policing those who brought their garbage at the waste collection posts. “We leave the collection area when the garbage truck leaves with all the garbage then we knock from door to door to check their garbage bins and remind them of the schedule of garbage collection and the proper waste segregation,” Aurelia relayed.

As per observation, those who are staying as transients in boarding houses were the common violators of the policy to segregate garbage at its source and the schedule of bringing out their garbage. Some even brought their unsegregated garbage to the waste collection posts the night before the schedule. The garbage would be scattered by stray dogs. The Green Police, uncomplaining, would sweep and collect the unsegregated garbage irresponsibly left by the public.

The Green Police do not complain. It is their duty five times a week, doing it for free. And they will not back out. But they stress that compliance to garbage segregation and disposal should be a shared responsibility of everyone.

Thus the Green Police appealed to those who live near the garbage collection areas to help them by reporting those who dump their garbage outside of the garbage collection schedule and report it to the Green Police and/or barangay officials concerned.

Since the Green Police started this vocation, improved compliance by the public may be observed. Now, rarely do the Green Police see scattered garbage, rarely do they see unsegregated garbage, and rarely do they hear complaints from the public.

Additional responsibilities were given to them, and they accepted it with gusto. The Green Police were given the green signal by Bontoc Mayor Franklin C. Odsey to issue citation tickets to those who litter, spit, as well as those establishments and persons who use Styrofoam and plastic bags for dry goods.

Partners for Change

The municipal government recognized the role of the Green Police in bringing order to garbage.

For health, sanitation and safety, they were each provided by the municipal government a pair of boots, gloves and a flashlight. Apart from this, they were also provided uniforms including a vest and a jacket to keep them warm especially when they go out in the early morning.

Recognizing their industry, patience and dedication, Mayor Franklin C. Odsey together with the members of the Sangguniang Bayan in 2016 gratefully allocated from the municipality’s annual budget a P1, 000.00 honoraria per month of every member of the Green Police. This increased to P1, 200.00 per month in 2017.

Even with this token appreciation of their efforts, the Bontoc Green Police say they continue help in waste management not for fame or reward. They also do not take all the credit in how garbage disposal was put in order. What matters to them is that people opened their ears to listen and opened their eyes to see that everyone has a part to play in finding a solution to the garbage problem. They are more than happy that they made a difference on the attitude of the community towards garbage.

What an achievement which the Green Police that deserves glory and honor! This noble action of our Green Police may be small, but its impact to the Bontoc community is gargantuan.

 

 

Sangguniang Bayan Ordinances

2022 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2022 354 AN ORDINANCE GIVING DUE RECOGNITION AND GRANTING REWARDS TO TO NONAGENARIANS AND CENTENARIANS AS PART OF THE MUNICIPALITY'S EFFORT TO SUPPORT SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR

2021 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2021 343 AN ORDINANCE GRANTING OTHER BONUSES AND ALLOWANCES (HAZARD PAY) TO REGULAR EMPLOYEES OF THE MUNICIPAL SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE, BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE.
2021 342 THE REVISED LOCAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (L YDC) ORDINANCE OF THE
MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
2021 341 AN ORDINANCE INSTITUTIONALIZING THE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR THE GREEN POLICE OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE AND PROVIDING FUNDS THEREFOR.
2021 339 THE REVISED MUNICIPAL BUSINESS PERMIT AND LICENSING SYSTEM ORDINANCE OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
2021 338 AN ORDINANCE INSTITUTIONALIZING THE QUALIFICATIONS/ DISQUALIFICATIONS, MANNER OF SELECTION AND ASSUMPTION OF OFFICE, AND SUCCESSION OF THE MUNICIPAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES MANDATORY REPRESENTATIVE (IPMR) OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
2021 334 AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE USE OF MOTORCYCLES AND/OR TRICYCLES WITHOUT EXHAUST MUFFLERS OR SILENCERS WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF.
2021 330 ORDINANCE GRANTING OTHER BONUSES AND ALLOWANCES (HAZARD PAY) TO REGULAR EMPLOYEES OF THE MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT OFFICE AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREOF.
2021 329 AN ORDINANCE MANDATING THE DISPOSITION OF THE FUNDS COLLECTED FROM MEDICAL AND TRAVEL PASS ISSUED BY THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE.
2021 328 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE LYRICS AND MUSIC OF "BONTOC, THE BEAUTIFUL" AS THE OFFICIAL MUNICIPAL TOURISM SONG OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE.

2020 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2020 325 REVISED EMERGENCY RELIEF ASSISTANCE TO DISASTER ORDINANCE OF 2020
2020 322 AN ORDINANCE INSTITUTIONALIZING A SEARCH FOR THE MOST OUTSTANDING SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, PROVIDING GUIDELINES, AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE
2020 321 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TITLE AS WELL AS SECTIONS 2 AND 4 OF MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE NO. 263, SERIES OF 2015, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE "MUNICIPAL HEAL TH CARE ORDINANCE OF 2015".
2020 318 AN ORDINANCE IMPOSING GENERAL CURFEW ON ALL PERSONS NOT INCLUDED IN THE LIST OF AUTHORIZED PERSONS OUTSIDE RESIDENCE (APOR) AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS HEREOF.
2020 317 AN ORDINANCE NAMING VARIOUS MUNICIPAL ROAD/ STREETS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREOF.

2019 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2019 315 AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE LAST FRIDAY OF SEPTEMBER OF EVERY YEAR AS OFFICIAL TEACHER’S DAY IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR.
2019 314 AN ORDINANCE MANDATING CERTAIN BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS OPERATING WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE TO INSTALL A CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) SYSTEM AND PRESCRIBING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS THEREOF.
2019 313 AN ORDINANCE GRANTING HAZARD PAY TO REGULAR EMPLOYEES OF THE MUNICIPAL ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICE (MENRO) AND MUNICIPAL WATERWORKS AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREOF.
2019 312 AN ORDINANCE OPENING ONE HUNDRED (100) ADDITIONAL TRICYCLE FRANCHISES FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
2019 311 AN ORDINANCE ENACTING THE SENIOR CITIZENS CODE OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE , AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

2018 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2018 310 An Ordinance mandating the Local Government Unit of Bontoc, Mountain Province to subsidize the cost of new born screening administered on infants born outside the hospitals but within its territorial jurisdiction.
2018 309 An ordinance amending article IX section 25 (speed limit) of the transport and traffic code of Bontoc 2008 and providing penalties thereof.
2018 308 An ordinance creating the position of Librarian II, (SG-15), under the office of the Sangguniang Bayan, Bontoc, Mountain Province
2018 306 An ordinance institutionalizing the Bontoc Am-among Festival as part of the annual celebration of the founding anniversary of the municipality
2018 305 The 2018 revised student financial assistance ordinance of Bontoc, Mountain Province
2018 304 An ordinance providing for the prevention, control, reduction and mitigation of the mosquito vector of dengue in the municipality of Bontoc
2018 303 An Ordinance updating the comprehensive child supports system of Bontoc, Mountain Province and other purposes
2018 302 An ordinance establishing a blood donor's program in every barangay in the municipality of Bontoc.
2018 301 An Ordinance opening one hundred (100) additional tricycle franchises for the municipality of Bontoc, Mountain Province

2017 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2017 299 AN ORDINANCE UPDATING THE GENDER EQUALITY AND DEVELOPMENT CODE OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES (GEAD CODE OF BONTOC)
2017 294 An ordinance establishing marine sanctuaries within the territorial jurisdiction of the municipality of Bontoc, prohibiting certain activities therein and prescribing penalties for violations thereto
2017 293 An ordinance prohibiting and penalizing mere possession of slot machine/s or similar gambling device or apparatus.
2017 287 An ordinance prohibiting all forms of illegal gambling, imposing charges on violations and creating a municipal anti-illegal gambling task force in the municipality of Bontoc.
2017 285 An Ordinance adopting the integrated zoning regulations of the municipality of Bontoc, Mountain Province and providing for the administration, enforcement, and amendment thereof and for the repeal of all ordinances in conflict therewith
2017 284 An Ordinance revising Municipal Ordinance No. 181, s. 2012 otherwise known as the Local Investments and Incentives Code of Bontoc, Mountain Province

2016 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2016 274 An Ordinance simplifying the business permit and Licensing system in the Municipality of Bontoc and providing guidelines therefor.
2016 273 An ordinance extending the period for payment of business taxes, fees and charges and renewal of business permits and licenses from January 20, 2016 to January 29, 2016 without charges and penalties.

2015 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2015 272 AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE TRANSFER/WAIVER OR SUB LETTING OF TRICYCLE FRANCHISE TO ANOTHER PERSON AND PENALIZING ANY FRANCHISES FOR VIOLATIONS HEREOF AND LIKEWISE PENALIZING ANY PERSON FOUND USING/OPERATING A TRICYCLE FRANCHISE ISSUED TO ANOTHER NAME/PERSON.
2015 271 An ordinance enacting a Revised  Bontoc Municipal Tourism code, Repealing for the purpose the Bontoc Tourism code of 2008, and for other purposes.
2015 267 An Ordinance open fifty (50) additional tricycle franchises for the municipality of Bontoc, Mountain Province.
2015 266 AN ORDINANCE PARTIALLY AMENDING ORDINANCE NUMBER 256, S. 2015, OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE.
2015 265 The Anti-Smoking Ordinance of Bontoc, Mountain Province
2015 264 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE No. 257, S. 2015, TITLED: "AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE
AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED TEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY FOUR PESOS AND THIRTY CENTAVOS
(P110,374.30) FROM THE 2014 GENERAL FUND BUDGET OF THIS MUNICIPALITY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF
WATER RESERVOIR TANK AT TOCUCAN" FOR LAPSE OF SOURCE Of FUNDING.
2015 263 Municipal health care ordinance of 2015
2015 261 An Ordinance Renaming Unimplemented Municipal AIP Projects CY 2013 and CY 2014 to Various Municipal Projects Amounting to P938,000.00
2015 260 An Ordinance Renaming Fund Balances of Municipal Projects  Totalling P1,118,275.24 to construction of Ginnao Drainage Talubin, Fencing Am-anchu LGU Property and Construction of Abutment,Balagi, Agcoyo Foot Bridge.
2015 259 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING THE SUM OF P124,000.00 ITEM 9000.8.1 OF THE 2015 MUNICIPAL AIP INREMP COUNTER PART TO FINISHING/PAINTING OF BARANGAY HALL, TALUBIN AND CONCRETING OF PATHWAY CHAG-CHAG, CAN-EO, BONTOC.
2015 258 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ITEM NO.3, SECTION 1 OF ORDINANCE 234, S.2014, ORGANIC COMPOSTING PLANT TO BIO-ORGANIC FERTILIZER PRODUCTION.
2015 257 AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED TEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY FOUR PESOS AND THIRTY CENTAVOS (Pll0,374.30) FROM THE 2014 GENERAL FUND BUDGET OF THIS MUNICIPALITY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF WATER RESERVOIR TANK AT TOCUCAN.
2015 256 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING/REAPPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF ONE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND
PESOS (P1,500,000.00) FROM ITEM NO. 9000 (PURCHASE OF LANDFILL) OF THE CY 2015 MUNICIPAL AIP 2015 - TO OTHER MUNICIPAL PROGRAMS OF THIS MUNICIPALITY.
2015 254 AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE PERIOD FOR PAYMENT OF BUSINESS TAXES, FEES AND CHARGES AND RENEWAL OF BUSINESS PERMITS AND LICENSES FROM JANUARY 20, 2015 TO JANUARY 27 2015 WITHOUT SURCHARGES AND PENALTIES.
2015 252 AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE "BALAIS" AS A MODE / METHOD OF HUNTING AND PENALIZING THE INSTALLATION / USAGE THEREOF IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC.
2015 251 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING INCENTIVES TO OUTSTANDING MUNICIPAL ATHLETES WHO EXCEL
2015 250 AN ORDINANCE TO ENSURE ADEQUATE, SUFFICIENT AND CONTINUOUS WATER SUPPLY FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE, AND PENALIZING CERTAIN ACTS CONTRARY THERETO.

2014 Ordinances

Year No. Description
2014 249 AN ORDINANCE CREATING THE BUSINESS PERMIT AND LICENSING SECTION UNDER THE OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYOR AND TRANSFERRING THE EXISTING POSITION OF LICENSING OFFICER I, FROM THE OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL TREASURER TO MAN THE NEW SECTION UPON CREATION
2014 247 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING THE FIVE THOUSAND PESOS (P 5,000.00) FROM COMMUNICATION EXPENSE FUND OF TWO (2) PERSONNEL OF THE ENGINEERING OFFICE (RESOLUTION NO. 623, S. 2014) - TO PAYMENT OF LOT RENTAL OF THE BONTOC WATERWORKS RESERVOIR AT BALABAG, TALUBIN.
2014 242 AN ORDINANCE CREATING VARIOUS POSITIONS IN THE MUNICIPAL PLANTILLA OF THIS MUNICIPALITY AND PROVIDING THE CORRESPONDING SALARY GRADE THEREOF
2014 239 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING VARIOUS OFFICE APPROPRIATIONS IN THE 2014 BONTOC MUNICIPAL ANNUAL BUDGET
2014 237 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION III (1) ON SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL DAY AND SECTION V (B) - FUNDING OF ORDINANCE NO. 144-A, S. 2009 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS "AN ORDINANCE DECLARING EVERY 1ST MONDAY OF OCTOBER OF EACH AS A SENIOR  CITIZENS DAY AND ACT AS SENIOR  CITIZENS OFFICER FOR A DAY (SCOFAD) FOR THE ELECTIVE POSITIONS IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC AND PROVIDING INCENTIVE THEREOF."
2014 236 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE BONTOC BUSINESS TASK FORCE, ITS COMPOSITION AND DEFINING ITS POWERS, FUNCTIONS AND PROCEDURES
2014 235 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING MOOE FUNDS TO CAPITAL OUTLAY, OF THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN OFFICE
2014 234 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING /REAPPROPRIATING FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF P 127,250.08 FROM THE BALANCE OF ITEM NO. 9000-10-1 COUNTERPART FOR INREMP / PRDP OF THE CY 2014 MUNICIPAL AIP FOR VARIOUS PROGRAMS OF THIS MUNICIPALITY
2014 233 An ordinance authorizing the proposed borrowing of the Municipality of Bontoc, in the amount of eighty million pesos (P 80,000,000.00) to fund the construction of the municipal multi-purpose building (P75,000,000.00) and to fund the rehabilitation of the Bontoc waterworks system (P 5,000,000.00)
2014 229 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING P 255,000.00 FROM THE P 1,500,000.00 REALLOCATION / REORGANIZATION FUND UNDER THE NON-OFFICE APPROPRIATIONS IN THE 2014 MUNICIPAL ANNUAL BUDGET - REPRESENTATION AND TRANSPORTATION ALLOWANCE OF THE ABC PRESIDENT AND IP REPRESENTATIVE IN THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN.

2013 Ordinances

Year No. Description
 2013 225 AUTHORIZING THE REAPPROPRIATION OF FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (P 50,000.00) FROM VETERAN'S AID ALLOCATION (CODE 3000.1.2) OF CY 2013 MUNICIPAL AIP TO IMPROVEMENT OF VETERANS PARK LOCATED BESIDE THE JUSTICE HALL, POBLACION, BONTOC
 2013 224 AUTHORIZING THE APPROPRIATION OF TWO HUNDRED SIXTY TWO THOUSAND PESOS (P 262,000.00 FROM THE ENGINEERING SURCHARGES FROM VARIOUS IMPLEMENTED PROGRAMS/PROJECTS OF THIS MUNICIPALITY
 2013 223 REALIGNING 2013 MUNICIPAL FUND ALLOCATION OF THE BUREAU OF FIRE PROTECTION, FROM TRAINING OF FIRE BRIGADE - P 30,000.00 (ACCOUNT CODE 753) AND REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF THE FIRE TRUCK - P 25,180.00 (ACCOUNT CODE 841) FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF P 55,180.00 - TO RENOVATION OF COMFORT ROOM AND CONCRETING OF THE PARTITION OF THE FIRE TRUCK GARAGE AND KITCHEN
 2013 222 AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF MUNICIPAL TAX ORDINANCE NO. 2012-176 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE 2012 REVISED REVENUE CODE OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
 2013 220 AUTHORIZING THE REALIGNMENT OF FUND ALLOCATIONS FROM PRISONERS MESS - P 15,000.00 AND TRAINING FUND P 30,000.00 FOR A TOTAL OF P 45,000.00 OF CALENDAR YEAR 2013 BUDGET OF THE BONTOC MUNICIPAL POLICE STATION AND APPROPRIATING TO PURCHASE OF OFFICE EQUIPMENTS OF THE SAME OFFICE
 2013 219 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING THE P 120,000.00 INTENDED FOR REPAIR / MAINTENANCE OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT / FURNITURE /IT EQUIPMENT UNDER THE 2013 ANNUAL BUDGET AND THE UNENCUMBERED FUND FOR 5% SURCHARGE IN THE AMOUNT OF P 65,000.00 TO AUGMENT THE AMOUNT OF P 120,000.00 FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF P 185,000.00 FOR THE REPAIR OF THE ENGINEERING OFFICE (MEO)
 2013 217 INSTITUTIONALIZING THE STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
 2013 213 AMENDING THE TRICYCLE FARE AMOUNTS MANDATED UNDER SECTION 1(A) AND SECTION 2 OF MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE NO. 128, S. 2008, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
 2013 212 PROHIBITING THE USE OF NON BIODEGRADABLE PLASTIC BAGS ON DRY GOODS AND WET GOODS AND PROHIBITING THE USE OF STYRO FOAM WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC
 2013 211 REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 120, S. 2008, AND AMENDING SECTIONS 3 AND 4 OF ORDINANCE NO. 103, S. 2006
 2013 210 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (P 300,000.00) FROM ELECTRICITY EXPENSE (CODE 767) - P 245,000.00, LEAGUE FUND (CODE 778) - P 5,000.00 AND IEC TAX CAMPAIGN (CODE 969) - P 50,000.00 OF CY 2013 BUDGET OF THE MUNICIPAL TREASURY OFFICE - TO PUBLICATION AND PRINTING OF MUNICIPAL TAX ORDINANCE OF BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
 2013 208 REALIGNING FUNDS FROM VARIOUS PROJECTS/PROGRAMS F THE 20% MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT FUND, OFFICE SUPPLIES AND MAINTENANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLE OF FISCAL YEAR 2013 BUDGET FOR VARIOUS PROGRAMS OF THIS MUNICIPALITY
 2013 205 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (P200,000.00) FROM LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH AND OTHER PROGRAMS, VICE MAYOR'S OFFICE ( CODE 969, B REGULAR BUDGET 2013) TO 1) IMPROVEMENT OF LEDLECHA ATO, TALUBIN (P150,000.00) AND 2). IMPROVEMENT OF GONOGON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KITCHEN AND PUBLIC TOILET (P 50,000.00)
 2013 204 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (P50,000.00) FROM TRAINING EXPENSES, VICE MAYOR'S OFFICE (CODE # 753, REGULAR BUDGET 2013) TO HEALTH PROGRAMS OF THE SAME OFFICE
 2013 203 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (P 200,000.00) FROM IMPROVEMENT OF LEDLECHA ATO / IP HALL, TALUBIN (AIP CODE 90000.1.15 REGULAR BUDGET 2013) TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS OF THE VICE MAYOR'S OFFICE
 2013 202 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF P 100,000.00 FROM PAKIL COMMUNAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM, TALUBIN (AIP CODE 90000.2.4, REGULAR BUDGET 2013) TO IMPROVEMENT OF PAKIL PATHWAY, TALUBIN
 2013 201 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF P 100,000.00 FROM ARNGO-ONG WAITING SHED (AIP CODE 90000.1.9, REGULAR BUDGET 2013) TO CONSTRUCTION OF BARANGAY BONTOC ILI MULTI PURPOSE HALL WATER TANK AND SEPTIC TANK
 2013 199 REALIGNING APPROPRIATIONS IN THE BONTOC MUNICIPAL AIP, CY 2012 AND CY - 2013
 2013 198 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF P 75,000.00 FROM LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH AND OTHER PROGRAMS, REGULAR BUDGET 2013 TO VARIOUS PROGRAMS / PROJECTS
 2013 197 REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF P 250,000.00 FROM REGULAR BUDGET 2013, CODE 9000.6.9 (FOY-O DRAINAGE PATHWAY) TO VARIOUS PROJECTS
 2013 195 AN ORDINANCE REALIGNING THE AMOUNT OF P 8,000.00 FROM ORDINANCE NO. 185, S. 2012, SECTION 2, LETTER C (MUSHROOM PRODUCTION COUNTERPART) TO LANAO DAY CARE MATERIALS
 2013 194 AMENDING SECTION 1, ITEM (B) OF ORDINANCE NO. 188 S. 2012 OF THIS LGU BY REPLACING THE WORDS "SAROK WATERWORKS" THEREIN TO " MALIGCONG WATERWORKS.

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