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SOME employees of the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) have criticized general manager Edgar Donoso for his failure to address the non-revenue water (NRW) problem of the water district. “Donoso’s focus on expanding water supply without a comprehensive plan to address NRW demonstrates a lack of understanding of our true priorities,” according to anonymous employees in a letter sent to SunStar Cebu on Monday, April 1, 2024.The anonymous employees alleged that despite Donoso’s openness to suggestions, the water district’s problem with NRW remains unaddressed. They also criticized MCWD for failing to deliver a viable solution despite being aware of the impending effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.NRW refers to the water produced and lost before reaching consumers. It can occur through physical losses due to leaks and damaged pipes; it also includes free water that the MCWD provides for firefighting purposes.To recall, the Commission on Audit in its 2021 report flagged MCWD for its NRW reaching 29.04 percent, which is over the acceptable maximum rate of only 20 percent.In previous statements, MCWD officials attributed the high NRW in 2021 to the impacts of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai).MCWD officials said the water district had to deliver water to areas lacking water supply after the calamity. There were also instances where pipelines were damaged by heavy equipment used for drainage projects by various local government units.The anonymous employees, however, alleged that the NRW rates of MCWD had failed to see any significant improvement.Underlying motivesThe anonymous employees said the Pipelines and Appurtenances Maintenance Department and the Non-Revenue Division have been offering solutions to the NRW problem; however, Donoso allegedly favors supply-centric approaches.“Employees are left questioning the underlying motives behind these decisions. If Donoso’s leadership is indeed grounded in public service, why are areas such as Mambaling, Cebu City and Opao, Mandaue City still without running water, despite desalination projects initiated last year?” reads a portion of the letter.The employees said Donoso’s alleged failure to hold suppliers accountable for delays only exacerbates the problem.“Unity within MCWD remains elusive when decision-making power is concentrated in the hands of a select few. With over 800 employees, it is unacceptable for a single individual to dictate the fate of the entire water district,” the employees added.Bankruptcy The anonymous employees also doubted Donoso’s warnings of bankruptcy and privatization under the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) and while they acknowledge Donoso’s skill in managing the water district’s finances during the Covid-19 pandemic, they worry that his focus on desalination instead of fixing NRW issues could harm the water district’s long-term viability.Effective March 15, LWUA assumed control of the MCWD board, suspending the board led by Jose Daluz III, for six months. This is to investigate the issues surrounding the water district, including its high NRW rate.SunStar Cebu tried to get the side of Donoso, but the general manager, through MCWD spokesperson Minerva Gerodias on April 1, said he would answer the allegations in due time, possibly within the week.Daluz has questioned LWUA’s authority to take over the MCWD board, and Donoso has sought the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel’s (OGCC) opinion on this. Last March 21, LWUA Chairman Ronnie Ong said LWUA and MCWD would wait for the OGCC’s opinion. / WBS What is the trick to sports betting? Philippines CEBU CITY Mayor Michael Rama urged the City Council to pass in March 2024 the ordinance that will update the schedule of fair market values (FMV) and mark the adjustment of real property taxes (RPT). Rama made the remarks during episode of the “Ingna’ng Mayor” segment of the Sugboanon Channel of the Cebu City Government on Tuesday, Feb. 27. “Within the month of March. That is what I have been telling them already. No ifs no buts. It has to be within the month of March,” he said.He said he has no problem with the proposal of City Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera to include the South Road Properties (SRP) in the updated RPT Code after she discovered that the area is not part of the existing code. “Wa ko’y problema ana. Unahon nato na’ng gauna, unya isunod nato ang inyoha (I have no problem with that. But let’s deal with what came first, then we deal with your proposal),” Rama said. “It can be done, but I am telling them, this is the direction of the executive, let’s all be clear.”Pesquera, vice chairperson of the committee of the budget and finance, suggested an amendatory ordinance during the council’s regular session last Feb. 21 to incorporate the FMV of the SRP into the existing RPT Code.If approved, the schedule of base unit market values in SRP will range from P45,000 to P60,000, depending on the lot classification. It will also significantly increase the income of the City Government.On the other hand, Rama urged City Councilor Noel Wenceslao, chairman of the budget and finance committee, together with the rest of the Local Finance Committee to take charge in defending the proposed new RPT Code. He added that if needed, he would appear before the council to defend the revised real property taxation.On Feb. 14, Wenceslao announced that he had the final draft of the new RPT ordinance.Wenceslao pointed out the necessity of a gradual rollout of the FMV, citing potential hardships for property owners.BasisThe FMV is the basis for the computation of the RPT due.Business entities and property owners have expressed opposition to the new RPT Code, as the adjustment is abrupt and high without any consideration to its economic impact to the city. In a text message on Tuesday, Feb. 27, Wenceslao told SunStar Cebu that he has to meet with the majority of the council to determine the possibility of the measure. SunStar Cebu asked Wenceslao if the council can pass the new RPT by March. He has yet to reply. SunStar Cebu also sent text messages to Pesquera and Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia for comment, but to no avail. Rama has been vocal on the passage of the new RPT code, as the last time the City Government revised its property assessment was in 2002 yet. The Local Government Code allows a local government unit to revise and update the RPT to reflect the FMV. Rama vetoed in February 2023 the revised RPT code that the council passed, citing that it would not be enough to help the City generate funds to meet the P50 billion budget in 2023.By updating Cebu City’s RPT Code, the City sought to raise P10 billion to P15 billion in revenue. This, as it looked for ways to help fund the mammoth annual budget, which was a 450 percent leap from the City’s P9 billion annual budget in 2022.As of last October, the City was only able to collect a gross amount of around P7.5 billion, which left most projects and programs unfunded or postponed. / EHP

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CEBU CITY Mayor Michael Rama urged the City Council to pass in March 2024 the ordinance that will update the schedule of fair market values (FMV) and mark the adjustment of real property taxes (RPT). Rama made the remarks during episode of the “Ingna’ng Mayor” segment of the Sugboanon Channel of the Cebu City Government on Tuesday, Feb. 27. “Within the month of March. That is what I have been telling them already. No ifs no buts. It has to be within the month of March,” he said.He said he has no problem with the proposal of City Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera to include the South Road Properties (SRP) in the updated RPT Code after she discovered that the area is not part of the existing code. “Wa ko’y problema ana. Unahon nato na’ng gauna, unya isunod nato ang inyoha (I have no problem with that. But let’s deal with what came first, then we deal with your proposal),” Rama said. “It can be done, but I am telling them, this is the direction of the executive, let’s all be clear.”Pesquera, vice chairperson of the committee of the budget and finance, suggested an amendatory ordinance during the council’s regular session last Feb. 21 to incorporate the FMV of the SRP into the existing RPT Code.If approved, the schedule of base unit market values in SRP will range from P45,000 to P60,000, depending on the lot classification. It will also significantly increase the income of the City Government.On the other hand, Rama urged City Councilor Noel Wenceslao, chairman of the budget and finance committee, together with the rest of the Local Finance Committee to take charge in defending the proposed new RPT Code. He added that if needed, he would appear before the council to defend the revised real property taxation.On Feb. 14, Wenceslao announced that he had the final draft of the new RPT ordinance.Wenceslao pointed out the necessity of a gradual rollout of the FMV, citing potential hardships for property owners.BasisThe FMV is the basis for the computation of the RPT due.Business entities and property owners have expressed opposition to the new RPT Code, as the adjustment is abrupt and high without any consideration to its economic impact to the city. In a text message on Tuesday, Feb. 27, Wenceslao told SunStar Cebu that he has to meet with the majority of the council to determine the possibility of the measure. SunStar Cebu asked Wenceslao if the council can pass the new RPT by March. He has yet to reply. SunStar Cebu also sent text messages to Pesquera and Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia for comment, but to no avail. Rama has been vocal on the passage of the new RPT code, as the last time the City Government revised its property assessment was in 2002 yet. The Local Government Code allows a local government unit to revise and update the RPT to reflect the FMV. Rama vetoed in February 2023 the revised RPT code that the council passed, citing that it would not be enough to help the City generate funds to meet the P50 billion budget in 2023.By updating Cebu City’s RPT Code, the City sought to raise P10 billion to P15 billion in revenue. This, as it looked for ways to help fund the mammoth annual budget, which was a 450 percent leap from the City’s P9 billion annual budget in 2022.As of last October, the City was only able to collect a gross amount of around P7.5 billion, which left most projects and programs unfunded or postponed. / EHP How do you win the local bass tournament? SENATOR Robin Padilla said on Thursday, March 7, 2024, that four of his fellow senators have expressed support to prevent a Senate panel from issuing a contempt order against Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy. In a press conference, Padilla said Senators Imee Marcos, Cynthia Villar, Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go and JV Ejercito all signed a written manifestation opposing the issuance of an arrest order against Quibiloy. Villar in a message to reporters said Quiboloy is a friend. “Mabait siya sa aming pamilya. Nagtataka ako dyan sa case na yan kaya medyo hindi ako naniniwala sa case na yan,” she said.(He is kind to my family. I wonder about that case, so I don't believe in that case.)Padilla said one of the reasons for his objection is the provision in the Constitution on the separation of church and the state.The Senate Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations and Gender Equality, which conducts probe into the alleged crimes committed within the organization, is seeking the arrest of Quiboloy.During the resumption of the probe on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, committee chairperson Risa Hontiveros cited Quiboloy in contempt for “for his refusal to be sworn or to testify before this investigation.”Padilla blocked the motion.Hontiveros said the members of the panel have seven days to formalize the objection. Padilla has to gather at least eight signatures from the members of the panel in order to prevent the panel from issuing a contempt order. In a letter addressed to Hontiveros and Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri, Quiboloy’s lawyer, Melanio Balayan, said the “issuance and enforcement of the said subpoena is in wanton violation of the fundamental and sacred constitutional rights of our client against self-incrimination and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt.”On Monday, the Justice department ordered the filing of human trafficking and child abuse charges against Quiboloy. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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SENATOR Robin Padilla said on Thursday, March 7, 2024, that four of his fellow senators have expressed support to prevent a Senate panel from issuing a contempt order against Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy. In a press conference, Padilla said Senators Imee Marcos, Cynthia Villar, Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go and JV Ejercito all signed a written manifestation opposing the issuance of an arrest order against Quibiloy. Villar in a message to reporters said Quiboloy is a friend. “Mabait siya sa aming pamilya. Nagtataka ako dyan sa case na yan kaya medyo hindi ako naniniwala sa case na yan,” she said.(He is kind to my family. I wonder about that case, so I don't believe in that case.)Padilla said one of the reasons for his objection is the provision in the Constitution on the separation of church and the state.The Senate Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations and Gender Equality, which conducts probe into the alleged crimes committed within the organization, is seeking the arrest of Quiboloy.During the resumption of the probe on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, committee chairperson Risa Hontiveros cited Quiboloy in contempt for “for his refusal to be sworn or to testify before this investigation.”Padilla blocked the motion.Hontiveros said the members of the panel have seven days to formalize the objection. Padilla has to gather at least eight signatures from the members of the panel in order to prevent the panel from issuing a contempt order. In a letter addressed to Hontiveros and Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri, Quiboloy’s lawyer, Melanio Balayan, said the “issuance and enforcement of the said subpoena is in wanton violation of the fundamental and sacred constitutional rights of our client against self-incrimination and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt.”On Monday, the Justice department ordered the filing of human trafficking and child abuse charges against Quiboloy. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) How do you win the local bass tournament? SOME employees of the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) have criticized general manager Edgar Donoso for his failure to address the non-revenue water (NRW) problem of the water district. “Donoso’s focus on expanding water supply without a comprehensive plan to address NRW demonstrates a lack of understanding of our true priorities,” according to anonymous employees in a letter sent to SunStar Cebu on Monday, April 1, 2024.The anonymous employees alleged that despite Donoso’s openness to suggestions, the water district’s problem with NRW remains unaddressed. They also criticized MCWD for failing to deliver a viable solution despite being aware of the impending effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.NRW refers to the water produced and lost before reaching consumers. It can occur through physical losses due to leaks and damaged pipes; it also includes free water that the MCWD provides for firefighting purposes.To recall, the Commission on Audit in its 2021 report flagged MCWD for its NRW reaching 29.04 percent, which is over the acceptable maximum rate of only 20 percent.In previous statements, MCWD officials attributed the high NRW in 2021 to the impacts of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai).MCWD officials said the water district had to deliver water to areas lacking water supply after the calamity. There were also instances where pipelines were damaged by heavy equipment used for drainage projects by various local government units.The anonymous employees, however, alleged that the NRW rates of MCWD had failed to see any significant improvement.Underlying motivesThe anonymous employees said the Pipelines and Appurtenances Maintenance Department and the Non-Revenue Division have been offering solutions to the NRW problem; however, Donoso allegedly favors supply-centric approaches.“Employees are left questioning the underlying motives behind these decisions. If Donoso’s leadership is indeed grounded in public service, why are areas such as Mambaling, Cebu City and Opao, Mandaue City still without running water, despite desalination projects initiated last year?” reads a portion of the letter.The employees said Donoso’s alleged failure to hold suppliers accountable for delays only exacerbates the problem.“Unity within MCWD remains elusive when decision-making power is concentrated in the hands of a select few. With over 800 employees, it is unacceptable for a single individual to dictate the fate of the entire water district,” the employees added.Bankruptcy The anonymous employees also doubted Donoso’s warnings of bankruptcy and privatization under the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) and while they acknowledge Donoso’s skill in managing the water district’s finances during the Covid-19 pandemic, they worry that his focus on desalination instead of fixing NRW issues could harm the water district’s long-term viability.Effective March 15, LWUA assumed control of the MCWD board, suspending the board led by Jose Daluz III, for six months. This is to investigate the issues surrounding the water district, including its high NRW rate.SunStar Cebu tried to get the side of Donoso, but the general manager, through MCWD spokesperson Minerva Gerodias on April 1, said he would answer the allegations in due time, possibly within the week.Daluz has questioned LWUA’s authority to take over the MCWD board, and Donoso has sought the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel’s (OGCC) opinion on this. Last March 21, LWUA Chairman Ronnie Ong said LWUA and MCWD would wait for the OGCC’s opinion. / WBS

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SOME employees of the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) have criticized general manager Edgar Donoso for his failure to address the non-revenue water (NRW) problem of the water district. “Donoso’s focus on expanding water supply without a comprehensive plan to address NRW demonstrates a lack of understanding of our true priorities,” according to anonymous employees in a letter sent to SunStar Cebu on Monday, April 1, 2024.The anonymous employees alleged that despite Donoso’s openness to suggestions, the water district’s problem with NRW remains unaddressed. They also criticized MCWD for failing to deliver a viable solution despite being aware of the impending effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.NRW refers to the water produced and lost before reaching consumers. It can occur through physical losses due to leaks and damaged pipes; it also includes free water that the MCWD provides for firefighting purposes.To recall, the Commission on Audit in its 2021 report flagged MCWD for its NRW reaching 29.04 percent, which is over the acceptable maximum rate of only 20 percent.In previous statements, MCWD officials attributed the high NRW in 2021 to the impacts of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai).MCWD officials said the water district had to deliver water to areas lacking water supply after the calamity. There were also instances where pipelines were damaged by heavy equipment used for drainage projects by various local government units.The anonymous employees, however, alleged that the NRW rates of MCWD had failed to see any significant improvement.Underlying motivesThe anonymous employees said the Pipelines and Appurtenances Maintenance Department and the Non-Revenue Division have been offering solutions to the NRW problem; however, Donoso allegedly favors supply-centric approaches.“Employees are left questioning the underlying motives behind these decisions. If Donoso’s leadership is indeed grounded in public service, why are areas such as Mambaling, Cebu City and Opao, Mandaue City still without running water, despite desalination projects initiated last year?” reads a portion of the letter.The employees said Donoso’s alleged failure to hold suppliers accountable for delays only exacerbates the problem.“Unity within MCWD remains elusive when decision-making power is concentrated in the hands of a select few. With over 800 employees, it is unacceptable for a single individual to dictate the fate of the entire water district,” the employees added.Bankruptcy The anonymous employees also doubted Donoso’s warnings of bankruptcy and privatization under the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) and while they acknowledge Donoso’s skill in managing the water district’s finances during the Covid-19 pandemic, they worry that his focus on desalination instead of fixing NRW issues could harm the water district’s long-term viability.Effective March 15, LWUA assumed control of the MCWD board, suspending the board led by Jose Daluz III, for six months. This is to investigate the issues surrounding the water district, including its high NRW rate.SunStar Cebu tried to get the side of Donoso, but the general manager, through MCWD spokesperson Minerva Gerodias on April 1, said he would answer the allegations in due time, possibly within the week.Daluz has questioned LWUA’s authority to take over the MCWD board, and Donoso has sought the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel’s (OGCC) opinion on this. Last March 21, LWUA Chairman Ronnie Ong said LWUA and MCWD would wait for the OGCC’s opinion. / WBS, BingoPlus foundation is designed to provide smooth online gaming to our customers. We value your support and hope you will truly enjoy your gaming experience. check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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CEBU CITY Mayor Michael Rama urged the City Council to pass in March 2024 the ordinance that will update the schedule of fair market values (FMV) and mark the adjustment of real property taxes (RPT). Rama made the remarks during episode of the “Ingna’ng Mayor” segment of the Sugboanon Channel of the Cebu City Government on Tuesday, Feb. 27. “Within the month of March. That is what I have been telling them already. No ifs no buts. It has to be within the month of March,” he said.He said he has no problem with the proposal of City Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera to include the South Road Properties (SRP) in the updated RPT Code after she discovered that the area is not part of the existing code. “Wa ko’y problema ana. Unahon nato na’ng gauna, unya isunod nato ang inyoha (I have no problem with that. But let’s deal with what came first, then we deal with your proposal),” Rama said. “It can be done, but I am telling them, this is the direction of the executive, let’s all be clear.”Pesquera, vice chairperson of the committee of the budget and finance, suggested an amendatory ordinance during the council’s regular session last Feb. 21 to incorporate the FMV of the SRP into the existing RPT Code.If approved, the schedule of base unit market values in SRP will range from P45,000 to P60,000, depending on the lot classification. It will also significantly increase the income of the City Government.On the other hand, Rama urged City Councilor Noel Wenceslao, chairman of the budget and finance committee, together with the rest of the Local Finance Committee to take charge in defending the proposed new RPT Code. He added that if needed, he would appear before the council to defend the revised real property taxation.On Feb. 14, Wenceslao announced that he had the final draft of the new RPT ordinance.Wenceslao pointed out the necessity of a gradual rollout of the FMV, citing potential hardships for property owners.BasisThe FMV is the basis for the computation of the RPT due.Business entities and property owners have expressed opposition to the new RPT Code, as the adjustment is abrupt and high without any consideration to its economic impact to the city. In a text message on Tuesday, Feb. 27, Wenceslao told SunStar Cebu that he has to meet with the majority of the council to determine the possibility of the measure. SunStar Cebu asked Wenceslao if the council can pass the new RPT by March. He has yet to reply. SunStar Cebu also sent text messages to Pesquera and Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia for comment, but to no avail. Rama has been vocal on the passage of the new RPT code, as the last time the City Government revised its property assessment was in 2002 yet. The Local Government Code allows a local government unit to revise and update the RPT to reflect the FMV. Rama vetoed in February 2023 the revised RPT code that the council passed, citing that it would not be enough to help the City generate funds to meet the P50 billion budget in 2023.By updating Cebu City’s RPT Code, the City sought to raise P10 billion to P15 billion in revenue. This, as it looked for ways to help fund the mammoth annual budget, which was a 450 percent leap from the City’s P9 billion annual budget in 2022.As of last October, the City was only able to collect a gross amount of around P7.5 billion, which left most projects and programs unfunded or postponed. / EHP What is the trick to sports betting?. here is how to register at an online casino site in the Philippines:

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SOME employees of the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) have criticized general manager Edgar Donoso for his failure to address the non-revenue water (NRW) problem of the water district. “Donoso’s focus on expanding water supply without a comprehensive plan to address NRW demonstrates a lack of understanding of our true priorities,” according to anonymous employees in a letter sent to SunStar Cebu on Monday, April 1, 2024.The anonymous employees alleged that despite Donoso’s openness to suggestions, the water district’s problem with NRW remains unaddressed. They also criticized MCWD for failing to deliver a viable solution despite being aware of the impending effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.NRW refers to the water produced and lost before reaching consumers. It can occur through physical losses due to leaks and damaged pipes; it also includes free water that the MCWD provides for firefighting purposes.To recall, the Commission on Audit in its 2021 report flagged MCWD for its NRW reaching 29.04 percent, which is over the acceptable maximum rate of only 20 percent.In previous statements, MCWD officials attributed the high NRW in 2021 to the impacts of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai).MCWD officials said the water district had to deliver water to areas lacking water supply after the calamity. There were also instances where pipelines were damaged by heavy equipment used for drainage projects by various local government units.The anonymous employees, however, alleged that the NRW rates of MCWD had failed to see any significant improvement.Underlying motivesThe anonymous employees said the Pipelines and Appurtenances Maintenance Department and the Non-Revenue Division have been offering solutions to the NRW problem; however, Donoso allegedly favors supply-centric approaches.“Employees are left questioning the underlying motives behind these decisions. If Donoso’s leadership is indeed grounded in public service, why are areas such as Mambaling, Cebu City and Opao, Mandaue City still without running water, despite desalination projects initiated last year?” reads a portion of the letter.The employees said Donoso’s alleged failure to hold suppliers accountable for delays only exacerbates the problem.“Unity within MCWD remains elusive when decision-making power is concentrated in the hands of a select few. With over 800 employees, it is unacceptable for a single individual to dictate the fate of the entire water district,” the employees added.Bankruptcy The anonymous employees also doubted Donoso’s warnings of bankruptcy and privatization under the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) and while they acknowledge Donoso’s skill in managing the water district’s finances during the Covid-19 pandemic, they worry that his focus on desalination instead of fixing NRW issues could harm the water district’s long-term viability.Effective March 15, LWUA assumed control of the MCWD board, suspending the board led by Jose Daluz III, for six months. This is to investigate the issues surrounding the water district, including its high NRW rate.SunStar Cebu tried to get the side of Donoso, but the general manager, through MCWD spokesperson Minerva Gerodias on April 1, said he would answer the allegations in due time, possibly within the week.Daluz has questioned LWUA’s authority to take over the MCWD board, and Donoso has sought the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel’s (OGCC) opinion on this. Last March 21, LWUA Chairman Ronnie Ong said LWUA and MCWD would wait for the OGCC’s opinion. / WBS How do you win the local bass tournament? . It’s always a good idea to take your time and make sure you’ve found the best online casino in the Philippines on the online gambling market that can give you what you want.

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CEBU CITY Mayor Michael Rama urged the City Council to pass in March 2024 the ordinance that will update the schedule of fair market values (FMV) and mark the adjustment of real property taxes (RPT). Rama made the remarks during episode of the “Ingna’ng Mayor” segment of the Sugboanon Channel of the Cebu City Government on Tuesday, Feb. 27. “Within the month of March. That is what I have been telling them already. No ifs no buts. It has to be within the month of March,” he said.He said he has no problem with the proposal of City Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera to include the South Road Properties (SRP) in the updated RPT Code after she discovered that the area is not part of the existing code. “Wa ko’y problema ana. Unahon nato na’ng gauna, unya isunod nato ang inyoha (I have no problem with that. But let’s deal with what came first, then we deal with your proposal),” Rama said. “It can be done, but I am telling them, this is the direction of the executive, let’s all be clear.”Pesquera, vice chairperson of the committee of the budget and finance, suggested an amendatory ordinance during the council’s regular session last Feb. 21 to incorporate the FMV of the SRP into the existing RPT Code.If approved, the schedule of base unit market values in SRP will range from P45,000 to P60,000, depending on the lot classification. It will also significantly increase the income of the City Government.On the other hand, Rama urged City Councilor Noel Wenceslao, chairman of the budget and finance committee, together with the rest of the Local Finance Committee to take charge in defending the proposed new RPT Code. He added that if needed, he would appear before the council to defend the revised real property taxation.On Feb. 14, Wenceslao announced that he had the final draft of the new RPT ordinance.Wenceslao pointed out the necessity of a gradual rollout of the FMV, citing potential hardships for property owners.BasisThe FMV is the basis for the computation of the RPT due.Business entities and property owners have expressed opposition to the new RPT Code, as the adjustment is abrupt and high without any consideration to its economic impact to the city. In a text message on Tuesday, Feb. 27, Wenceslao told SunStar Cebu that he has to meet with the majority of the council to determine the possibility of the measure. SunStar Cebu asked Wenceslao if the council can pass the new RPT by March. He has yet to reply. SunStar Cebu also sent text messages to Pesquera and Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia for comment, but to no avail. Rama has been vocal on the passage of the new RPT code, as the last time the City Government revised its property assessment was in 2002 yet. The Local Government Code allows a local government unit to revise and update the RPT to reflect the FMV. Rama vetoed in February 2023 the revised RPT code that the council passed, citing that it would not be enough to help the City generate funds to meet the P50 billion budget in 2023.By updating Cebu City’s RPT Code, the City sought to raise P10 billion to P15 billion in revenue. This, as it looked for ways to help fund the mammoth annual budget, which was a 450 percent leap from the City’s P9 billion annual budget in 2022.As of last October, the City was only able to collect a gross amount of around P7.5 billion, which left most projects and programs unfunded or postponed. / EHP licensed online casinos SENATOR Robin Padilla said on Thursday, March 7, 2024, that four of his fellow senators have expressed support to prevent a Senate panel from issuing a contempt order against Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy. In a press conference, Padilla said Senators Imee Marcos, Cynthia Villar, Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go and JV Ejercito all signed a written manifestation opposing the issuance of an arrest order against Quibiloy. Villar in a message to reporters said Quiboloy is a friend. “Mabait siya sa aming pamilya. Nagtataka ako dyan sa case na yan kaya medyo hindi ako naniniwala sa case na yan,” she said.(He is kind to my family. I wonder about that case, so I don't believe in that case.)Padilla said one of the reasons for his objection is the provision in the Constitution on the separation of church and the state.The Senate Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations and Gender Equality, which conducts probe into the alleged crimes committed within the organization, is seeking the arrest of Quiboloy.During the resumption of the probe on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, committee chairperson Risa Hontiveros cited Quiboloy in contempt for “for his refusal to be sworn or to testify before this investigation.”Padilla blocked the motion.Hontiveros said the members of the panel have seven days to formalize the objection. Padilla has to gather at least eight signatures from the members of the panel in order to prevent the panel from issuing a contempt order. In a letter addressed to Hontiveros and Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri, Quiboloy’s lawyer, Melanio Balayan, said the “issuance and enforcement of the said subpoena is in wanton violation of the fundamental and sacred constitutional rights of our client against self-incrimination and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt.”On Monday, the Justice department ordered the filing of human trafficking and child abuse charges against Quiboloy. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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CEBU CITY Mayor Michael Rama urged the City Council to pass in March 2024 the ordinance that will update the schedule of fair market values (FMV) and mark the adjustment of real property taxes (RPT). Rama made the remarks during episode of the “Ingna’ng Mayor” segment of the Sugboanon Channel of the Cebu City Government on Tuesday, Feb. 27. “Within the month of March. That is what I have been telling them already. No ifs no buts. It has to be within the month of March,” he said.He said he has no problem with the proposal of City Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera to include the South Road Properties (SRP) in the updated RPT Code after she discovered that the area is not part of the existing code. “Wa ko’y problema ana. Unahon nato na’ng gauna, unya isunod nato ang inyoha (I have no problem with that. But let’s deal with what came first, then we deal with your proposal),” Rama said. “It can be done, but I am telling them, this is the direction of the executive, let’s all be clear.”Pesquera, vice chairperson of the committee of the budget and finance, suggested an amendatory ordinance during the council’s regular session last Feb. 21 to incorporate the FMV of the SRP into the existing RPT Code.If approved, the schedule of base unit market values in SRP will range from P45,000 to P60,000, depending on the lot classification. It will also significantly increase the income of the City Government.On the other hand, Rama urged City Councilor Noel Wenceslao, chairman of the budget and finance committee, together with the rest of the Local Finance Committee to take charge in defending the proposed new RPT Code. He added that if needed, he would appear before the council to defend the revised real property taxation.On Feb. 14, Wenceslao announced that he had the final draft of the new RPT ordinance.Wenceslao pointed out the necessity of a gradual rollout of the FMV, citing potential hardships for property owners.BasisThe FMV is the basis for the computation of the RPT due.Business entities and property owners have expressed opposition to the new RPT Code, as the adjustment is abrupt and high without any consideration to its economic impact to the city. In a text message on Tuesday, Feb. 27, Wenceslao told SunStar Cebu that he has to meet with the majority of the council to determine the possibility of the measure. SunStar Cebu asked Wenceslao if the council can pass the new RPT by March. He has yet to reply. SunStar Cebu also sent text messages to Pesquera and Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia for comment, but to no avail. Rama has been vocal on the passage of the new RPT code, as the last time the City Government revised its property assessment was in 2002 yet. The Local Government Code allows a local government unit to revise and update the RPT to reflect the FMV. Rama vetoed in February 2023 the revised RPT code that the council passed, citing that it would not be enough to help the City generate funds to meet the P50 billion budget in 2023.By updating Cebu City’s RPT Code, the City sought to raise P10 billion to P15 billion in revenue. This, as it looked for ways to help fund the mammoth annual budget, which was a 450 percent leap from the City’s P9 billion annual budget in 2022.As of last October, the City was only able to collect a gross amount of around P7.5 billion, which left most projects and programs unfunded or postponed. / EHP What is the trick to sports betting?

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