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PESO joins Tacurong schools in career guidance week kickoff

The Local Government Unit of Tacurong City, through its Public Employment Service Office, joined various schools in the city in the kickoff of Career Guidance Week through conduct of lectures on labor market trends.

The week-long activity came on the heels of a division memorandum invoking DepEd Order No. 25, series of 2013 which mandates all secondary schools to hold Career Guidance Week every last week of July. On the morning of July 25, Allan Freno, PESO Manager of LGU Tacurong, had a talk in front of more than 500 senior high school students of Southern Mindanao Institute of Technology. His topic covered labor market situationer that included presentation of data on labor force, employment, and underemployment.

He also made a lengthy discussion about key employment generators in various industries including the in-demand and hard-to-fill occupations using the DOLE Jobs Fit 2022 as reference. After his talk at SMIT, Freno proceeded to Tacurong National High School in the afternoon for another round of lecture to more than 800 Grade 10 and Grade 12 students. (LGU Information)

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Mayor Montilla holds first executive meeting with department heads

The plan to conduct of a management audit was the sole agenda of Mayor Roncal Montilla’s first Executive Meeting with heads of LGU offices on July 17, 2019.

Management audit is an assessment of an organization’s methods and policies in the use of its human and physical resources. It primarily aims to improve the performance of the organization as a whole.

Upon assuming his office, Mayor Montilla stressed the need for a management audit for him to be appraised of the current structure of the organization and institute change where it is needed.

At said meeting, Human Resource Managament Officer Elsa Indanao discussed the concepts of personnel mapping and performance monitoring as tools in determining how human resources are being utilized in the workplace.

It aims to know what office lacks the necessary employees or what office has employees performing overlapping functions.

“Igasiguro naton nga ang sweldo sang kada empleyado ang pagakambyuhan sang ensakto nga serbisyo”, the mayor said.

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Students in Region 12 learn disaster resilience

Hundreds of students from eight (8) schools divisions in SOCCSKSARGEN learned the basics of disaster risk reduction management during the School-based Disaster Resilience Caravan organized by the Office of the Civil Defense – Region XII (OCD 12) and hosted by the City of Tacurong on July 11, 2019 at the Notre Dame of Tacurong College Gymnasium.

The caravan was in line with the celebration of National Disaster Resilience Month and has a theme “Kahandaan sa Sakuna at Peligro Para sa Tunay na Pagbabago”. Part of the caravan is a lecture and demo activity where Basic Concepts of First Aid were given by the Philippine Red Cross – Tacurong City Chapter; Fire Safety by the Bureau of Fire Protection; Earthquake Preparedness by PHIVOLCS General Santos City Station; and, Bomb Awareness by the Joint Task Force Talakudong.

Participating agencies, which included the Tacurong City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Center, OCD 12, PHIVOLCS, the City Schools Division of Tacurong, the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Center, the Philippine Red Cross, JTF Talakudong, and BFP– also built exhibits at the venue where they were able to indulge students with demonstrations.

The participating schools divisions were that of Tacurong City, Koronadal City, Saranggani Province, South Cotabato Province, General Santos City, Sultan Kudarat Province, Kidapawan City, and Cotabato City. (YMR, LGUTac-Info)

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Standing Committees Members 2019

Tacurong’s Sanggunian creates its standing committees Members of the 8th Sangguniang Panlungsod of Tacurong City, in their second regular session, created twenty-three standing committees tasked to legislate or take action on matters within the scope of their functions. City Councilor Remo Flores proposed the resolution for the creation of the committees, subsequently approved by the Sanggunian members during their session on July 10, 2019 presided by Councilor Lalaine Montilla.

Vice Mayor Lino Montilla temporarily relinquished his duty as presiding officer of the council’s session as he was acting as OIC local chief executive in the absence of Mayor Angelo Montilla who is in Manila attending the DILG’s mentoring program for newly elected officials. Along with the creation of the standing committees, the Sanggunian also filled up the chairmanship, vice chairmanship, and membership of each committee. Councilor Montilla will take over the reins of two committees: Committee on Tourism, Mass Media, Information and Communication as well as Committee on Education, Women/Children, and Gender and Development. Meanwhile, Councilor Charito Collado will take over the Committee on Rules and Privileges and the Committee on Social Welfare/Senior Citizens and Differently-abled Persons.

The chairmanship of the Committee on Land Utilization, Housing, Urban and Rural Development and Committee on Good Government, Human Rights and Civil Service will go to Councilor Geronimo Arzagon, while Committee on Finance, Appropriations, Ways and Means and Committee on Economic Enterprise will go to Councilor Remo Flores. Councilor Lino Ledda takes over the Committee on Transportation as well as the Committee on Peace & Order, Public Safety and Anti-Drug Abuse. The Committee on General Services and Property Management will be chaired by Councilor Bernardino Umadhay, Jr., while Committee on Agriculture & Fisheries, Cooperative/Livelihood/People’s Participation, and NGO Accreditation will be headed by Councilor Welson Ferrer.

Councilor Maximo Casador gets the Committee on Laws, Ordinances, and Ethics or the Blue Ribbon Committee as well as the Committee on Games and Amusements. Furthermore, Councilor David Salazar takes over the reins of the Committee on Trade & Industry and Labor & Employment as well as the Committee on Environmental Protection and Natural Resources. The Committee on Power, Energy & Public Utilities and Committee on Population, Science & Technology will go to Councilor Carlos Borromeo Segura, while Liga ng mga Barangay President Amoilo Ortizo will head the Committee on Barangay Affairs as well as the Committee on Disaster Risk Reduction Management. Sanggunian Kabataan Federation President Ma. Cristina Duadua will head the Committee on Youth and Sports Development. Finally, Vice Mayor Lino Montilla will chair the two remaining regular committees:

The Committee on Health Services, Sanitation & Nutrition and the Committee on Infrastructure & Public Works. (ASF, LGU Information)

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Turnover of the three (3) 7-meter wide, heavy duty Electric fans at the Tacurong City Cultural and Sports Center

City Mayor Angelo “Roncal” O. Montilla attended the turnover of the three (3) 7-meter wide, heavy duty electric fans at the Tacurong City Cultural and Sports Center on July 8, 2019.

Each of the fans cost Php600k. Two were bought by LGU Tacurong while the other was donated by Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte – Carpio.

Specifications of each fan include tapered 3 blades, less than 60 dBa sound level, 130 kg weight, and 30 – 55 rpm variable speed among others.

Also present during the turnover were City Vice Mayor Lino O. Montilla, city councilors Hon. Lalaine Montilla, Hon. Chit 
Collado, Hon. Wilson Ferrer, Hon. Remo Flores, Hon. David Salazar, Hon. Carlos Segura, Hon. Bernardino Umadhay, and Hon. Paulino Ledda; and Ms. Cora Montilla.

The new equipment forms part of the improvement of the cultural center. Air conditioning units have been delivered prior. Said turnover was facilitated by the City Engineering Office led by City Engr. Cathy Leguro.

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