Calamba District Hospital
address: Bunawan, Calamba, Misamis Occidental

Contact Person:
Chief of Hospital

Telephone: (088) 271-1692 local 101

Calamba Rural Health Unit
Municipal Hall Cmpd., Southwestern Poblacion, Calamba

Contact Person

Telephone: (088) 271-3479; 271-3203; local 118

CALE Medical Specialist Polyclinic & Diagnostic Center
Northern Poblacion, Calamba, Misamis Occidental






Dr. Cale's Room

Laboratory Room
Pedia Room

Telephone: (088) 271-3253

Internist:   Emmanuel Matunog Cale, IM
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Pediatrician:  Dr. Diana Awa Maglinte
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Medical Technologist: Leah Go Tenebro, RMT
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Matunog Dental Clinic
Northern Poblacion, Calamba, Misamis Occidental

Telephone: (088) 271-3499

Lady Dentist:   Cecille Starlet Tan Matunog, DDM


Office Duties and Functions Contact Information

Hon. Ezel T. Villanueva


Municipal Mayor

  Exercise general supervision and control over all programs, projects, services, and activities of the municipality

    Enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the governance of the municipality and the exercise of its corporate powers provided in the Local Government Code, implement all approved policies, programs, projects, services and activities of the municipality

   Initiate and maximize the generation of resources and revenues and apply the same to the implementation of development plans, program objectives and priorities as provided under these rules, particularly those resources and revenues programmed for agro industrial development and countrywide growth and progress

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 107



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Hon. Antonio "Tony" Lawas


Municipal Vice Mayor

    Presiding officer of the Sangguniang Bayan and sign all warrants drawn on the municipal treasury for all expenditures appropriated for the operation of the Sangguniang Bayan

   Appoint all officials and employees of the Sangguniang Bayan, except those whose manner of appointment is specifically provided under these Rules, subject to civil service law, rules and regulations

  Assume the office the office of the municipal mayor for the unexpired term of the latter in the event of permanent vacancy as provided under these Rules

   Exercise the powers and perform the duties and functions of the municipal mayor in cases of temporary vacancy as provided under these Rules.

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 108



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Mr. Godfrey C. Atay

Municipal Administrator

Mrs. Marilou C. Cañarejo


Municipal Treasurer

   Collect all taxes, licenses, fees and charges etc. accruing to the municipality funds and such other collections as may be authorized by law.

  Disburse public funds and other entrusted to him by law or ordinances or by competent authority, in accordance with duly authorized appropriations and upon property executed vouchers bearing the approval of the proper authority.

   Submit to the Municipal Mayor certified statement of the actual and estimated income in connection with the preparation of annual and supplemental budget of the municipality.

    Advice the Sangguniang Bayan and other municipal officials

concerned on the disposition of municipal funds and on all fiscal matters.

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 113



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Mrs. Ma. Elena E. Ratunil


Municipal Budget Officer
  Exercise general supervision and control of the day-to-day activities of the municipal budget officer.

  Prepares form, orders, and circulars embodying instruction on budgetary and appropriations matters on the signature of the Local Chief Executive.

   Reviews and consolidates the budget estimates of the different offices of the municipal government of barangay units under the jurisdiction of the municipality.

  Assist the Local Chief Executive during budget hearings conducted by the Department of Budget and Management.

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 102


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Mr. Clarito B. Portacion


Municipal Accountant

   Exercise general supervision and control of the day-to-day activities of the Municipal Accountant.

     Takes charge of both the accounting and internal audit services of the local government unit concerned.

    Prepare and submit financial statements to the Mayor, and to the Sangguniang concerned.

    Apprise the Sangguniang and other Local Government Officials on the financial condition and operation of the local government concerned.

  Certify to the availability of budgetary allotment to which expenditures and obligations may be properly charged.

     Review supporting documents before preparation of vouchers to determine completeness of requirements.

   Prepare statement of cash advances, liquidations, salaries, allowances, reimbursements and remittances pertaining to the local government units.

     Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be provided by law or ordinances.

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 114



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Mrs. Teresita Senconiegue


Municipal Assessor
  To install and maintain a real property identification and accounting system conforming to the standard prescribed by the department of Finance.

    Prepare, install and maintain a system of tax mapping showing graphically all property subject to assessment in the municipality and gather all necessary data concerning the same.

    Makes frequent physical survey to check and determine whether all real properties within the municipality are listed in the assessment rolls.

   Appraises all items of real properties of current market value in accordance with law and conduct ocular inspection to determine if all properties are assessed correctly.

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 103



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Mrs. Gudelia I. Castaños


Municipal Social Welfare and


   Implement plans, programs and projects in the field of social welfare and development.

    Adopt policies to ensure effective Implementation of program of public and private social welfare services.

   Promote, support and coordinate the establishment, expansion and maintenance of social welfare facilities, project and services.

  Establish, operate, maintain or support institutional facilities, projects and services for its constituents.

   Promote and strengthen people’s organization for a self-directing and services for its constituents.

   Promote, support and coordinate networks and facilities for the identification and delivery of appropriate interventions to the welfare of its constituents.

    Coordinate with other agencies and assist in the implementation of laws rules and regulations for the protection of the rights of the exploited, abused and disadvantage;

  Coordinate all activities pertaining to the implementation of program and services

    Exercise function and technical supervision 

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 112



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Engr. Virginia Y. Abelita


Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator

   To exercise general supervision and control of the day-to-day activities of the municipal planning and development office personnel and the division, section, and officer placed under its supervision.

   Conduct continuing studies, researches and relevant trainings necessary to involved plans and projects for implementations.

  Integrate and coordinate all sect oral plans and studies undertaken by the different functional groups or agencies.

  Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the different development program, project and activities in the municipality.

    Prepare comprehensive municipal plant and other development planning documents. 

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 116



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Miss Paz A. Borongan


PESO Manager

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 120


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Dr. Rodolfo Mario C. Borbon


Rural Health Unit

   Hold appropriate joint meeting & discussions;

  Review, analyze, approved consolidated annual RHU based on program and plans.

   Negotiate for the RHU resources requirement s five appropriate bodies such as the District health Officer of the Local Government Unit Board.

 Call and  chair regular monthly meeting  staff planning consultation, operations and review meeting.

   Provide in –service training to all RHU staff in all aspects;

  Provide feedbacks to the higher level management regarding useful innovations development of problems encountered at the RHU level.

    Develop and enforce system for managing logistics properly such as memorandum receipts, proper requisition and issue voucher, stocks records at least twice a year ocular existence and other auditing and accounting procedures

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 118



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Arch. Allan H. Bato


Municipal Architect

   Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the mayor, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with architectural planning and design programs and projects which the mayor is empowered to implement and which the Sanggunian is empowered to provided for the under the code.

    Formulate measures for the consideration of the Sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the mayor, in carrying out measure to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to architectural planning and designs as provided for under Section 17 of RA 7160.

    Coordinate with government and non-government entities and individuals involved in the aesthetics and the maximum utilization of the land and water within the jurisdiction of the local government unit, compatible with environmental integrity and ecological balance.

  Be in the frontline of the delivery of services involving architectural planning and design, particularly those related to the redesigning of spatial distribution of basic facilities and physical structures during and in the aftermath of the man made and natural disasters and calamities.

    Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinances. 

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 121 


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Engr. Jopson Baones


Municipal Engineer

   Initiate review and recommend changes in policies and objectives, plans and programs, techniques, procedures and practices infrastructure development and public works in general of the local government unit of the local government unit concerned.

   Advice the mayor, on infrastructure, public works, and other engineering matters.

     Administer, coordinate, supervise and control the constructions, maintenance, improvement, and repair of roads, bridges and other engineering and public works projects of the Local Government unit concerned 

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 116


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Engr. Noel O. Palma


Municipal Agriculturist

  Formulate farm development plants, which includes crops, livestock’s fisheries, rural institution and cooperative covering farmers, rural women and rural youths.

     Disseminate agricultural information to farmers, rural women and rural youth through individual farm visits or through institutions by way of meeting and demonstrations in improved farm practices, care maintenance and upgrading of livestock, improve nutrition and home management improvements practices, conducts economic farms and home surveys which are used to update data which serve as the basic in formulation of plans and programs.

    Coordinate and monitor the implementation of agricultural plans, programs, and projects in accordance with the basic needs, resources and potentials of the barangays, municipality covered; coordinates with local and national agencies in securing their assistance and services.

    Promote, establish and maintain clientele organizations or groups for multiplier effect in the transfer of package of technology, including agrarian reform, and other laws and regulations, that provide obligations, right and privileges of the farmer and other clienteles.

  Conduct meeting/classes and trainings to upgrade the monitoring/implementation of the regulatory and quarantine laws, ruled and regulation, submit monthly and periodic accomplishment reports; performs related and such other functions as may be required

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3246



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Mrs. Bernardita S. Notarion


Local Civil Registrar

   Accepts all register documents and judicial decrees affecting the civil status of persons.

   File, keep and preserve in a secure place the books required by law.

  Transcribe and enter immediately upon receipt all registered documents and judicial decrees affecting the civil status of person in the appropriate civil registry books.

   Transmit to the Office of the Civil Register-General, within the prescribed period, duplicate copies of registered documents required by law.

  Issued certified transcripts or copies of any certificate or registered documents upon payment of the prescribed fees to the treasurer.

    Receive applications for the issuance of a marriage licenses and after determining that the requirements and supporting certificates and publication thereof for the prescribed period have been complied with, issue the license upon payment of the authorized fee to the treasurer.

  Coordinate with the National Statistics Office in conducting educational campaigns for vital registration and assist in the preparation of demographic and other statistics for the local government unit concerned.

   Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law and ordinances

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 105 


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Mr. Godfrey C. Atay


LGU-Calamba Water System Manager

Office Telephone Number:


(088) (271) 3479, 3203, 3763, 3455, 3227


Local 124

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     Strategically located at Southwestern Poblacion just along the national highway. Its building is a combination of the modern and native architectures. It offers fine dining, efficient catering service, and well-equipped function hall.  Robert’s has eight comfortable rooms to accommodate guests.  Well-trained staff welcomes visitors and guests and readily attends to their needs.   The place is very accessible to all kinds of vehicles with guarded parking area.

Robert’s Eatery also offers catering services for any sort of occasion.


Air-conditioned room  -  Php 500.00/night w/ TV

                                              Php 450.00/night w/o TV

*** can accommodate 3 persons in one room
*** three Air-conditioned rooms

Non- Air-conditioned room

Php 250.00/ w/ TV & CR

Php 200.00 w/o TV & CR 


***can accommodate 3 persons in one room
***5 Non-air-conditioned rooms


Mr. Robert Socias
Bunawan, Calamba, Misamis Occidental
Tel No. : (088) 271-3743





The strategic center of trade & commerce, agri-based products (focused on coconuts & cassava), ELGU competent, well-balanced ecology, a God – loving, and improved living condition of the community.










Attainment of a favorable business atmosphere thru competent & committed leaders & employees, coordination & active participation of NGOs, Private Sectors and the empowered constituents of the community.













    One of the priorities of the recent administration on the development of the country for economic recovery is agriculture. For the Municipality of Calamba, Misamis Occidental, this priority is highly suitable due to its being an agricultural area. The available agricultural lands are mostly developed on coconut production and a small percent of rice, corn and other root crops. Due to the fluctuating price of copra, most farmers are still on the poverty line of economy. For this effect, the development activities are geared towards the maximization of agricultural land used in the same area of land with coconut as the base crops. Marketing strategies and cooperative development in the barangay are also encouraged.




    Intensification of Land use include the modern technology on agriculture, like multi-cropping. Sloping and Agriculture Land Technology (SALTS), crop rotations and integrated farming system, which comprises crops, livestock to fishery production. Also considered are the technical and financial assistance improvement of storage and marketing network assistance of cooperative organization on liberalized credit by financing institution. The agricultural sector of the Local Government Unit is needed to coordinate with the Department of Agriculture personnel’s on Agricultural development.




    The Municipality of Calamba should be considered as one of the producing area for crops need in the industrial plants for processing farm products like coconuts, ube, banana, cassava, peanuts, and other high value crops and for the next five to ten years, the municipality will be focused on coconut and cassava production where marketing of the product is very much available. The agri-based industrial centers in the nearby municipalities/cities of the province should also be an area for inflow of the product.




    Livelihood is also one of the top priority programs of the municipality in support to agriculture. The establishment and improvement of nurseries and the organization of cooperatives of the barangays of the municipality wherein, creation and organization of cooperatives is practical way for the promotions, self-reliance and harnessing people power towards the attainment of the economic development and social justice of the municipality. The active participation, cooperation of the municipal, provincial, national government agencies representatives and the people organization/private sectors of the areas will be encouraged to achieve the desired developments. 




    The improvement of support infrastructure facilities of the municipality, such as farm-to-market roads, water system development, warehouses, processing pants and the solar driers in the barangays for farm production is necessary to sustain the development of economic growth. In fact, the on-going construction of multi-million earth dam, the on going construction of Calamba Public Market, the Integrated Bus Terminal and the proposed implementation of Electronic Governance will boast the economy of the people in the years to come.


















The economic development sector has a following sub-sector, namely:

  • Commerce
  • Industry
  • Agriculture
  • Forestry
  • Tourism





    Economically stabled constituents thru profitable business and improved agri-based production, thereby contributing more towards Local and National Development.





  • To provide additional strategic commercial sites for future expansions,
  • To provide modern facilities that will serve the needs of the consumers,
  • To separate industry establishments from residential and commercial area,
  • To prevent pollutions and traffic hazards,
  • To develop other agro-industries supportive to ecological balance,
  • To promote the Research and Development technologies with farmers participation,
  • To increase the livestock/poultry productions through proper utilization of land and water
  • To maximize the utilization of agricultural land through multi-storey farming system,
  • To develop a consistent and transparent policy toward a stable environment for forest development,
  • To consolidate all forestry programs into sustainable forest management program,
  • To promote/enhance tourism aspects and,
  • To protect natural beauties from conversion.


  • Seeking assistance from various agencies concerned to finance the construction of public market, appropriate drainage canals and modern slaughterhouse,
  • Identifying of proper areas for additional strategic commercial  and industrial site,
  • Improvement farm-to market roads,
  • Encouraged to organize cooperatives to engage in agro-industrial activity,
  • Promotion of Research and Development Technologies with farmer participation,
  • Always involve farmers participation in all new farming technologies,
  • Tap financing institutions to facilitate credit access





The Social Development Sector has a following sub-sector, namely;

  • Housing
  • Health
  • Education
  • Protective Services
  • Social Welfare Services
  • Sport and Recreation





    To alleviate the living condition of the most disadvantaged/depressed/un served/ constituents thru access in adequate means of survivals, educations, health cares, security & enabling services thus improved the quality of life of the people.





  • To provide and to identify area for socialize housing affordable to low paid laborers/workers,
  • To reduce morbidity and mortality,
  • To encourage the community to practice proper health and sanitation care,
  • To provide better health services and facilities,
  • To reduce crime rates,
  • To have adequate protective facilities and communication equipments,
  • To extend integrated services to disadvantaged families in order to achieve a well-develop life style,
  • To develop athletic skills of the youth,
  • To discover potentials players and athletes thru barangay competition,
  • To improve the physical facilities and teaching-learning outcomes by:
  • Initiating development and or corrective activity to improve teaching practices,
  • Ensure individual teacher to focus on improving pupil learning outcomes, in literacy, numeric and sensitivity of culture,
  • Decrease the number of drop-outs
  • To reduce crime rates,
  • To have adequate protective facilities and communication equipments,


  • Formulate local housing policies,
  • Strict implementation of land use plan,
  • Health education for risk reduction of diseases or IEC,
  • To encourage mothers to avail the complete prenatal and post natal care,
  • Intensify the kusog Baga(KB) program/projects,
  • Teacher is required to sign performance contract,
  • Activate the non-formal education program,
  • Formulate crime prevention program,
  • Maximum police visibility wherein 85% of the total strength will be assigned in the field and 15% of which will be at the office,
  • Provision of communication facilities down to the barangay level
  • Develop plans and strategies, identify basic needs of the needy, the disadvantaged and the impoverished, and implement appropriate measures to alleviate their problems and improve their living conditions,
  • Prioritize the most depressed barangays in the municipality in the implementation of development programs and services,
  • Provide a sufficient budget for sports activities and projects,
  • Encourage the private sector to support all government initiated sports program, and
  • Conduct inter-barangays ball game competition, boxing and others.





The Infrastructure and facilities development sector has a following sub-sector, namely;

  • Transportation
  • Water
  • Power
  • Communication





    Establishments/Improvements of infrastructure facilities and services needed for physical and economic development of the municipality.





  • To improve and expand road network, linkages and bridges,
  • To rehabilitate and improve farm-to-market road,
  • To improve traffic rule and management,
  • To efficiently distribute potable water to various barangays,
  • To expand level III water construction to other barangays,
  • To provide reliable and quality power services to its members/consumers,
  • To rehabilitate existing power lines,
  • To improve postal services through the construction of separate building, hiring of additional manpower and the provision of additional motorcycle, and
  • To put up public calling offices operating within 24 hours.


  • Prioritizing farm-to-market roads for improvement, rehabilitation and construction,
  • Improve traffic management measures by installing traffic sign,
  • Encourage public participation in the maintenance of roads and bridges,
  • Access funds for the water system in the barangays,
  • Provide 24 hour service of water supply,
  • Coordinate with NEA for electrification expansion and for the rehabilitation of power lines,
  • Seeking assistance from the Philippine Portal Corporation for the construction of portal building, hiring of additional manpower and provision of motorcycle,
  • Provision of modern/high-tech communication facilities services.








The Local Development Sector has a following sub-sector, namely;








    To have more effective and reliable delivery of basic services, the local officials and employees must be active, time-oriented, discipline and efficient for the improvement and upliftment of the standard of living of the constituents.





  • To update employees positions and functions to suit present organizational structure,
  • To harness manpower towards a more effective and reliable delivery of basic services,
  • To improve local revenue collections, and
  • To identify and utilize other sources of income.




  • Re-organization of employees fro proper identification of employees’ basic services,
  • Implementation of Local Government Performance Measurement and Evaluation System,
  • Giving awards/incentives/merits to deserving employees,
  • Updating and adopting the Local Revenue Plan,
  • Conduct tax information and education campaign resistance, and
  • Adopt revenue target settling using revenue estimation and forecasting techniques which will provide local treasurer with clear goal to achieve.











    A well-balanced ecology, well-planned zoning and land use thru various consultative and participatory processes.





  • Promotion of sustainable and well-planned land use;
  • Increase revenues due to land reclassification,
  • Protect the health, life and safety of the constituents,
  • Identify proposed areas for expansion,
  • Protect forest and other natural resources
  • Ensure well-balanced environment; and
  • Provide control measure in land uses through the formulation and adoption of the Municipal Zoning Ordinance.


  • Conduct public hearing and discussed with the affected area foe development to the constituents,
  • Conduct actual survey,
  • Adopt accessibility standards to implement distribution on urban land use with identified zone.
  • Planting of forest trees in all watershed areas of the municipality, and
  • Strict implementation of all existing laws for the protection and preservation of all natural resources. 






1.   Established an agricultural buying station in the 15 barangays.


2.   Establish a livelihood loan through a commercial bank.


3.   Invite domestic and international investors.


4.   Deputized all barangay treasures to collect real property tax.


5.   Enlist   the   services of   the    Philippine   National   Police   to


      increase local tax collection efficiency. 


6.   Promote rental of heavy equipment.


7.   Privatize operations in the public   swimming pool, catering


      services, beauty contest,  boxing  tournaments,  slaughterhouse,


      garbage collection, public market.     


8.   Public auction old vehicles.


9.   Provide available medicines to   all Phil Health   beneficiaries


      through the local pharmacies.


10. Established an internet service provider


11. Connect an on-line journal in the public library.


12. Adopt the use of electronic governance.


13. Implement the electronic procurement program.


14. Implement electronic commerce.


15. Adopt electronic bidding.


16. Adopt the use of electronic   national government accounting




17. Adopt the use of electronic taxation.


18. Connect all municipal computers to local area network.


19. Avail the services of employment agencies.


20. Improve peace and order condition.


21. Prohibit illegal gambling e.g. tari-tari.


22. Network with PAGASA for local weather forecast.


23. Use asphalts for all road constructions.




24. Prioritize listing for all economic infrastructure e.g. farm-to-


      Market roads, electrification, telephone line, internet   service


      service provider, irrigation, integrated bus terminal, bridges, etc  


25. Adopt   national   and   international standards in   engineering




26. Adopt   the use of   environmental   impact   assessment to all


      government projects.


27. Segregate and recycle garbage.


28. Install garbage cans in the poblacion.


29. Construct a sanitary landfill.


30. Provide cash incentives to revenue collection.


31. Establish a branch of the Land Bank of the Philippines.


32. Organize the Calamba Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce


      and Industry.


33. Require all   residential,   industrial,   commercial structures to


      install street numbers.


34. Conduct public hearing on Calamba fiesta.


35. Initiate lateral entry of all casuals to the private sector.


36. Inventory all government properties.


37. Purchase new vehicle models.


38. Purchase two standby generators.


39. Subscribe    the   daily   newspapers,   international   magazines,


       annual reports from  the  national,  international  institution  e.g.


       Entrepreneur,    Agribusiness,   Asia week,   National    Statistics


       Office, World Development Report, etc.  in the public library.


40. Hire Consultants   from   the National   Line Agencies to assist


       the feasibility studies of  prospective  livelihood  loan borrowers


       annual data book, local governance,  policy making  e.g.  Master                 


       in Business Administration, Doctor of Economics, Lawyer.


41. Publish an annual municipal data book.


42. Establish a Policy Studies Group.


Capital Outlay

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                    KALAHI CIDDS NCDDP 

                    SUB- PROJECT MASS    

                   GROUNDBREAKING 2017


On September 6, 2017, The Local Government Unit of Calamba, Misamis Occidental along with the KALAHI CIDDS NCDDP took part of the SUB - PROJECT MASS GROUNDBREAKING, wherein 7 barangays were choosen to be the beneficiary. The Choosen barangays are, Barangay Northern Poblacion Construction of 907 In. m. Drainage Canal, Barangay Southwestern Poblacion Installation of 40 Units Solar Street Lights, Barangay San Isidro Concreting of 370 In. m. Farm to Market Road, Barangay Dapacan Alto Concreting of 350 In. m. Farm to Market Road, Barangay Calaran Construction of 51 sq. m. Barangay Health Station, Barangay Solinog Installation of 30 Units Solar Street Lights, Barangay Salvador Installation of 13 Units Solar Street Lights.

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