Municipal Profile

Republic of the Philippines Province of Nueva Ecija

MUNICIPALITY OF TALUGTUG

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MUNICIPAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE

THE HISTORY OF TALUGTUG

The Municipality of Talugtug got its name from its location. It means “top”.

There used to be a Balite tree on a hill top near the Cuyapo-Muñoz trail. Under this Balite tree, travelers and good shepherd in the good old days, used to rest, enjoying the cool moon breeze and the beautiful view of the surrounding areas. Eventually, the people referred to the place as “Talugtug-Balite” which later on became a barrio of the Municipality of Cuyapo in 1917. Its first barrio lieutenant was the last Councilor Simeon Ramos. The Municipality of Cuyapo administration built the first the school house which was later on neglected. The municipal officials of Guimba took over and a portion of the “Talugtug-Balt” was named “San Isidro” which became a barrio of Guimba. Crisanto Baldovino, Bernardo Umipig, Perfecto Urbano and Esteban Baldovino were its outstanding “Tenientes del Barrio”. For “Talugtug- Balite”, the outstanding “Teneniente del Barrio” were Mariano Mendoza, Pablo Dacayo, Andres Dumandan and Severino Cachuela.

After liberation, because the inhabitants of the surrounding barrios were gathered the first time in Talugtug, the barrio leaders, at the insistence of Mr. Romualdo Estillore, seriously considered the creation of the municipality. A meeting of the people was held on November 3, 1946, and a committee to negotiate for the creation of the proposed municipality was organized. Mr. Romualdo Estillore was chosen Chairman and Messrs. Aniceto Feliciano, Simeon Ramos and Fermin Ancheta, Vice-Chairman, Auditor, Secretary and Treasurer respectively. The move was pushed in the real earnest. It was an all out struggle. People generously contributed for expenses.   If the proposed municipality be created and organized, there would be no further evaluation and farm work would not be neglected. The situation was critical and immediate action was needed.

A petition was drafted and signed by the inhabitants of the different barrios, and then presented to the provincial board on December 6, 1946. It was approved but the Department of Interior demanded essential data, emergency reason notwithstanding. On February 12, 1947, the provincial board the mayors of the Municipalities of Guimba, Cuyapo, Munoz and Lupao came to Talugtug for a meeting. They found out that the people were unanimous and insistent in their clamor for the organization of a municipal government. They noted too the increase in population and the number of houses under construction. The provincial board passed Resolution No. 92 corroborating the statement of Major Nocete, then Provincial Commander, that the emergency conditions demanded the organization of a municipal government.

By April 1947, all papers were ready for final approval. But the clearheaded Dr. Marciano Roque, then Undersecretary of the Interior required the comments of the councils of the mother towns and possible revision of the estimates of income. Mr. Romualdo Estillore was almost at the point of despair but he was supported and sustained by Mr. Aniceto Feliciano, members of the committee and friends. All means had to be executed.

In the same year, the Municipality of Guimba generously endorsed the petition to make Talugtug into a municipality. Those of Cuyapo, Munoz, and Lupao disapproved the petition, the latter two of which wanted to have plebiscite to determine the will of the people. However, Governor Gabriel Belmonte and Board Member Alfonso Faigal convinced by the arguments and proofs of the petitioners saw that there was no need for the plebiscite and in Resolution No. 315, series of 1947 reiterated approval of the petition and recommended that objection be disregarded. The Department of Interior considered the reason of the opposing Municipal Councils of Cuyapo, Munoz, and Lupao as selfish and unimportant, disregarded the objections and forwarded the petition through other departments and finally to the President of the Philippines. After formalities and technicalities were observed or remedied, President Manuel Roxas signed Executive Order No. 113, creating Talugtug as the 26th  municipality of the Province of Nueva Ecija in the presence of Nueva Ecija leaders, Secretary Manuel Gallego, Governor Gabriel Belmonte, Jose Corpuz, Meliton Rigor, Teodoro Santiago, Mayors Pastor Domingo, Anastacio Tobia, Gil Dizon, Tomas Corpuz and Diocoro de Leon of Lupao, Munoz and Cuyapo and Gapan, respectively.

The big celebration came on January 10, 1948 and the people of the barrios all turned out to meet Governor Chioco, Board Members Rigor and Lustre, together with other officials and officers of the PC, among them were Major Camua and Capt. Fallaria.

Talugtug remained isolated until 1955 when Talugtug-Guimba Road was opened and finished. The project was started in 1949 and was declared open in 1955. The vital lifeline of the town reduced the price of the commodities and raised the selling price of the local products.

The town is more than 60 years old. It has only seven (7) administration: Mr. Romualdo Estillore was mayor for six (6) years (1948-1955), Mr. Mariano Sapla had also eight (8) years (1956-1959 and 1964-1967), Mr. Nory Domingo had four (4) years (1960-1963), Mr. Bienvenido

  1. Javier had 20 years (1968 to April, 1986), Segundo A. Fronda had six (6) years (May 1986-June 1992), Mr. Pacifico B. Monta had nine (9) years (July 2002 to June 2010). Engr. Quintino S. Caspillo, Jr. (July 1992 to June 2002 and July 2010 up to present).

THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT

Elected Officials
Hon. Benjam J. Gamit Jr. Municipal Mayor
Hon. Gerry B. Agpalo Municipal Vice Mayor
Hon. Flora F. Cinense Sangguniang Bayan Member
Hon. Elmer F. Caspillo Sangguniang Bayan Member
Hon. Freddie S. Domingo Sangguniang Bayan Member
Hon. Alberto Dante Estillore Sangguniang Bayan Member
Hon. Maximo T. Ulzano Sangguniang Bayan Member
Hon. Leo G. Monta Sangguniang Bayan Member
Hon. Emilio C. Dar Sangguniang Bayan Member
Hon. Benjamin A. Evangelista SBM-Ex-Officio, ABC President

Heads of Office (Local)

Primo Dario C. Sabado Municipal Administrator
Wilson M. Nimenzo Municipal Planning and Dev’t Coord.
Pamela Jane B. Paraguison Municipal Accountant
Dennis P. De Gracia Municipal Agriculturist
Salvador S. Esmeralda Municipal Assessor
Dante N. Enipto Municipal Budget Officer
Frankie I. Domingo Municipal Civil Registrar
Leonides B. Esperon Municipal Engineering Office
Francis Jean M. Ramos Mun. Social Welfare & Dev’t Off’r
Arceli L. Domingo Municipal Treasurer
Dollie Dhalia B. Prado MD Municipal Health Physician

Heads of Office (National/Provincial)

Hon. Leo Bautista Municipal Trial Court Judge
PS/Insp. Rodrigo Clemente Chief of Police
SFO3 Aldrin F. Fronda, BFP Deputy Fire Marshall (OIC)
Ms. Joanna Liza Olorvida Local Government Operation Officer V
Ms. Lorna C. Cayetano OIC Municipal Agrarian Reform Officer
Ms. Maribeth V. Avellanoza OIC Election Officer
Ms. Connie D. Laitan  Postmaster I

Barangay Captains

Alula Bienvenido B. Dizon
Baybayabas Benjamin A. Evangelista
Buted Alejandro A. Tomas
Cabiangan Yoly P. Cabonce
Calisitan Ceferina P. Noveda
 Cinense Nicanor A. Cinense
Culiat Noel S.  Bitoin
Fronda Marcelino M. Tablang
Maasin Carlos DG. Directo
Magsaysay Florante C. Sabado
 Mayamot-I Gaculais, P. Taurino
Mayamot-II Roger R. Domingo
Nangabulan Garcia, F. Cleto
Osmeña Erenio C. Cabanting
Patola Dita  A. Sabatin
Quezon Reynaldo O. Flora
Quirino Lolita Paranas
Roxas Avelino D. Abenojar
Saguing Richard M. Portacio
Sampaloc Sonny C. Directo
Saverona Diosdado M. Estioko
Sta. Catalina Reden D. Irenio
Sto. Domingo Warlito R. Cinco
Tandoc Dionisio D. Espanto, Jr
Tibag Isagani T. Antonio
Villa Boado Samuel L. Ochua
Villa Rosario Ruben E. Baladad
Villa Rosenda Arsenio V. Flora, Jr.

POLITICAL SUBDIVISION

Classification 4th Class
IRA Share Php   64, 701, 845.00
No. of Barangays 28
Total No. of Households 5,335
Total Population 21,291
Land Area 10,122.2324 hectares
Major Source of Income Rice Farming

LOCATION/BOUNDARIES

The Municipality of Talugtug in the Province of Nueva Ecija is located in the northern portion of the region, 105 kilometers north of San Fernando, Pampanga, seat of the regional offices. It is situated in the northern part of the province adjacent to the municipal boundaries of Umingan, Pangasinan.

It is bounded in the southeast by the town of Munoz, the northeast by the town of Lupao, on the north by the town of Umingan, Pangasinan, on the west by Cuyapo, and on the south by the thickly populated and bustling town of Guimba. The town proper is divided into 5 Districts namely: (1) Quezon, (2) Osmeña, (3) Roxas, (4) Quirino, (5) Magsaysay and twenty (23) barangays namely: Buted, Patola, Sta. Catalina, Sto. Domingo, Villa Boado, Tibag and Nangabulan (former barrios of Cuyapo), Mayamot-I, Mayamot-I, Cabiangan, Saguing, Fronda, Tandoc, Cinense, and Baybayabas (former barrios of Guimba), Maasin and Sampaloc (former barrios of Lupao), Alula, Calisitan, Culiat, Villa Rosenda, Villa Rosario and Saverona (former barrios of Munoz).

Distance from Cabanatuan City 56  kilometers
Distance from Manila 173  kilometers

POPULATION AND LAND AREA

As of 2010 Census, Talugtug has a total population of 21,291 occupying a total land area of about 10,122.2324 hectares.
Barangay Land Area (hectares) No. of   Households Population
Alula 585.2253 268 1,040
Baybayabas 302.4802 359 1,444
Buted 433.3991 183 681
Cabiangan 560.6139 137 573
Calisitan 416.2608 109 430
Cinense 254.5914 181 680
Culiat 368.3257 179 754
Fronda 428.3523 235 883
Maasin 470.8643 170 674
Magsaysay 16.8250 275 1,230
Mayamot-I 328.3415 120 488
Mayamot-II 236.7724 56 221
Nangabulan 417.0566 186 778
Osmeña 35.3684 260 1,036
Patola 866.7170 313 1,196
Quezon 12.8628 239 1,047
Quirino 16.3353 235 1,033
Roxas 10.0591 209 918
Saguing 273.3050 38 128
Sampaloc 421.8326 74 290
Saverona 436.7200 353 1,398
Sta. Catalina 1,129.8000 137 526
Sto. Domingo 641.8600 126 540
Tandoc 253.4413 201 781
Tibag 351.0405 132 503
Villa Boado 233.2168 262 928
Villa Rosario 342.4540 120 418
Villa Rosenda 278.1111 178 673
Total 10,122.2324 5,335 21,291

The great number of population is centered to its districts. However, Barangay Baybayabas is the most thickly populated among the barangays, followed by Barangay Saverona and Patola.

Land Area Distribution

Hectares Percentage
Agriculture 9,412.0600 93.7476
Commercial 0.5987 0.0060
Residential 150.9800 1.5038
Recreational 24.8742 0.2478
Forest Reserve 533.7195 4.4948
Total 10,122.2324 100.0000

TOPOGRAPHY

The topography of the land of the municipality of Talugtug is rolling and hilly in the northwestern and northeastern section starting from Barangay Villa Rosario in the northeast going to north to Barangay Sampaloc and Maasin traveling westward passing through Barangay Tibag. Portion of Barangay Patola and Sto. Domingo are rolling too, winding up to Barangay Villa Boado and Sta. Catalina in the western portion.

Talugtug although noted for its rolling and hilly lands does not have a mountain range, Mt. Amorong although a few miles only from the town proper is outside the territorial limit of the municipality.

The western portion of the town is a plain land with only slight slope. This portion of the town is suited for rice production that almost 75 % of the total rice production of the town site are coming from Barangay Saverona, Calisitan, Fronda, Culiat, Tandoc, Mayamot-I, Mayamot II, Saguing, Cabiangan, Baybayabas, Cinense, Nangabulan. The twelve (12) that comprises the plain land of the town.

SOILS

According to the Bureau of Soils, there are two types of soils that can be found in

Talugtug, namely: Annam, Clay loam, San Fabian Clay loam. The Annam Clay loam phase has the biggest area in Talugtug which is the mountainous part. Principal crop grown are upland rice, bananas, sweet potatoes and corn.

History reveals that these classification of soils in the municipality are all suited for rice plantation.

HUMAN RESOURCES

 Talugtug is predominantly by Catholic with 80% of the population belonging to this faith. The other 20% consists of Iglesia ni Cristo, Aglipayans, Jehovas Witnesses, Methodist, Baptist, Born Again Christians, PBMA and Crusaders. The religious organizations existing in this municipality include Parish Pastoral Council (PPC), Parish Youth Council (PYC), Knights of Columbus (K of C), Apostolada, and Couples/Singles for Christ Ministry.

Mostly, people in town speaks Ilocano, Tagalog and some in English and other native dialects.

CLIMATE

Climate in the municipality is described as mild and pleasant. There are two distinct seasons, the rainy season and the dry season. The rainy season starts within the month of May and ends up around the month of October. The rest of the year is dry with occasional rains dispersed widely throughout the province. Occasionally typhoon visits the province affecting the town but the mountain ranges on the eastern side from south to north offers protection from the worst of typhoon, in most cases damages to crops and properties are mainly due to rain and flood to lowland areas.

BASIC NEEDS

Total Crop Land Area

Talugtug had a total crop land area of about 9,412.06  hectares and is divided as follows:

Crops Land Area
Riceland *    Irrigated *    Rainfed Vegetables Cornland Rootcrop Fruit Trees Pasture Total Crop Land Area   1,841 has. 4,919 has. 414.00 has. 50.00 has. 106.00 has. 422.37 has. 1,659.69 has. 9,412.06 has.
Available Facilities
Name of Buildings Number Capacity
1.     Public Market 2.     Warehouse (private) 3.     Slaughterhouse 4.     Ricemill/Mini-cono 5.     Mechanical Dryer 6.     Solar Dryers 4 buildings 3 buildings 1 unit 3 units 1 unit 96 units (15x28) 48 concrete stalls 500-1,000 cavans/bldg. 10 heads/day 10cavans/hour average 11 cavans/hour 80 cavans/day/unit

ECONOMIC BASE

Major Occupation: Farming

Primary Products: Palay, cogon, cassava, vegetable, rice palay bundles, etc.

Banks, Cooperatives, Associations, Organizations:

COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT

  Name Year Formed No. Members Existing Coverage Existing Activities
Bank: ·        Rural Bank of Talugtug (NE) Inc. ·        Rural Bank of Cuyapo (NE)       2015 N/A     N/A All Barangays     All Barangays Saving dep., financing   financing
Multi-Purpose Cooperative. ·   Cinense Dairy Producers Coop. ·   Lucky Star Credit Coop. ·   Ex-14 Irrigation Service Coop. ·   Talugtug Credit Coop. ·   Good Samaritan Multi- Purpose Coop. ·   Talugtug Vegetables Growers & Palay Producers ·   Sunbeam Multi Purpose Coop.   1990   2004 2006   2007 2007   2009     2010   37   30 38   42 27   42     24   Cinense   Nangabulan Fronda   Patola Poblacion   Talugtug     Buted
Professional Organization ·        CKA/LCK Alumni Association ·        Free and Accepted Mason ·        Knights of Columbus Agriculture Association ·     Buted I & II Irrigators Asso. ·     Maasin Irrigators Association ·     Sto. Domingo Irrigators Asso. ·     Villa Boado Irrigators Asso. ·     Sta. Catalina Irrigators Asso. ·     Sampaloc Irrigators Asso. ·     Casaccaft Farmers Irrig. Asso. ·     Cassmfvrost IA Inc. Others ·     TATODA ·     Catholic Womens League ·     Talugtug Vege Growers Asso. ·     4Ps ·     Day Care Workers Federation   N/A N/A           Buted Maasin Sto. Domingo Villa Boado Sta.Catalina Sampaloc
Business Number Business Number
Agricultural Supplies 6 Machine Shop 4
Bakery & Store 3 Meat Dealer 1
Banks 1 Meat Vendor 2
Barber Shop 2 Medical Clinic 4
Beauty Salon 1 Motor Cycle Parts 3
Billiard 2 Palay Buying Station 1
Boarding House 1 Photo Printing 2
Burger Stand 1 Piggery 5
Buy & Sell 7 Private School 1
Cable Networking System 1 Repair Shop 4
Canteen 1 Retailer 1
Catering Services 3 Rice Mill 3
Cell Site Tower 1 Rice Retailing & Gen. Mdse. 2
Chainsaw Services 3 Rolling Store 5
Combine Harvester Thresher 40 RTW & Accessories 2
Commission Agent 11 Sari-Sari Store 250
Computer Shop 4 School Canteen 1
Construction Supplies 1 Services – NEECO 1
Contract Growing 3 Softdrinks Dealer 1
Contractor 2 Sound System 1
Cycle & Surplus Parts 1 STL 1
Drug Store 5 Transportation 2
Eatery 7 Vegetable Vendor 8
Fish Dealer 1 Vendor 2
Fish Vendor 4 Videoke Bar 2
Funeral Services 3 Videoke Rental 1
Furniture Shop 1 Water Refilling Station 1
Gasoline Station 2 Welding & Vulcanizing Shop 1
Gen. Merchandise 9 Welding Shop 2
Grater/ Grinder 11
Groceries 1
Ice Cream Retailer 1
Ihaw-Ihaw 1
Irrigators Association 1
Junk Shop 4
Lending 1
Livelihood
AGRICULTURE Average size of farm: 1 hectare Type of crops grown: Palay
  Crop Production   Peak Month
Quantity Units
Palay 22,683.50 Tons October

SHELTER

Number of occupied dwelling units, by type of construction.

MUNICIPAL HEALTH PROFILE 2013

Total Population: 21,291 Growth Rate : 11.50
No. of Live Births: 366 Crude Birth Rate:    16.34
No. of Deaths: 107 Crude Death Rate:    4.77
No. of Infant Deaths: 0 Infant Death Rate:     0
No. of Maternal Deaths: 0
TEN LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY
Causes No. Male Female Rate
1.Coronary Heart Disease 31 12 19 1.38
2.HPN 17 10 7 0.66
3.Carebrovascular Accident (stroke) 13 6 7 0.58
4.Renal Failure 8 7 1 0.35
5.CVA 7 5 2 0.31
6.Bronchial Asthma 7 0 7 0.31
7.PTB 6 4 2 0.26
8.Diabetes Mellitus 4 0 4 0.17
9.Emphysema 3 3 0 0.13
10.Congestive Hearth Failure 2 2 0 0.08
 TEN LEADING CAUSES OF MORBIDITY
Causes Total Male Female Rate
1.Upper Respiratory Tract Infection 5,658 2,737 2,921 252.6
2.AGE 1,028 486 542 45.89
3.Wounds 778 519 259 34.73
4.Mascular Skeletal Pain 669 236 344 29.86
5.Skin Disease 561 239 322 25.04
6.Gastritis 265 101 164 11.83
7.UTI 201 112 89 8.89
8.Hypertension 178 57 121 7.94
9.Bronchial Asthma 116 58 58 5.17
10.COPD 17 6 11 0.75
INFANT MORTALITY RATE
Causes No. Male Female Rate
1.Respiratory Distress Syndrome 1 0 1 2.76
Source: Municipal Health Center
EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES Elementary/Primary Schools
  Name of School   Location School Type Area (sq. m.) No. of Bldg. No. of CL
Talugtug West Central Sch. Magsaysay Public 23,185 7 15
Talugtug East Central Sch. Osmena Public 18,976 9 19
Saverona Elem. School Saverona Public 15,676 6 12
Baybayabas Elem. School Baybayabas Public 10,000 3 6
Nangabulan Elem. School Nangabulan Public 13,130 4 11
Patola Elementary School Patola Public 10,000 5 10
Fronda Elementary School Fronda Public 19,000 3 7
Alula Elementary School Alula Public 3,474 4 8
Cinense Primary School Cinense Public 8,360 2 2
Culiat Primary School Culiat Public 5,000 2 4
Tandoc Primary School Tandoc Public 8,860 2 6
Mayamot-I Primary School Mayamot-I Public 5,964 1 3
Sta. Catalina Primary School Sta. Catalina Public 19,000 1 3
Maasin Primary School Maasin Public 6,881 1 5
Villa Boado Primary School Villa Boado Public 7,800 2 5
Sto. Domingo Primary Sch. Sto. Domingo Public 1 1
Buted Primary School Buted Public 1 3
Villa Rosenda Elem. Sch. Villa Rosenda Public 2 3
Tibag Primary School Tibag Public 1 1
Villa Rosario Primary Sch. Villa Rosario Public 1 2
Liceo de Christ the King Magsaysay Private 2 7
Funshine Learning School Magsaysay Private 1 1
Amazing Grace Learning Center Roxas Private 1 3
 Secondary School
  Name of School   Locatio n School Type Area (sq. m.) No. of Bldg. No. of CL
Liceo de Christ the King Magsaysay Private 42,000 3 8
Talugtug National High School Talugtug                   National                   High                   School Cabiangan Saverona Public Public 10,000 5,000 7 2 13 6
(Annex)
 Preparatory School
  Name of School   Location School Type Area (sq. m.) No. of Bldg. No. of CL
Liceo de Christ the King Magsaysay Catholic 5 15
Funshine Learning Sch. Magsaysay Private 1 1
Amazing     Grace                 Learning Roxas Private 1
Center
 SPORTS AND RECREATION 
Number of Units Area Dimensions
Pag-asa Sports Complex/Gym 7 1,260 sq.m. 30 x 42
Mini-Gym 31 420 sq.m. 15 x 28
Basketball Courts 28 420 sq.m. 15 x 28
Children’s Park Playground 2 2,500 sq.m.
Tennis Court 1 420 sq.m. 15 x 28
Volleyball Court 1 420 sq.m. 15 x 28
Lingap sa Kalikasan Park 1 400 sq.m.
 TRANSPORTATION
Number Route Purpose
Jeepney/XLT 4 Talugtug-Guimba For public transportation
Kuliglig 692 For private use
Car 24 For farm/business use
Owner Type 43 For private use
Elf 19 For private and business use
Forward 2 For business use
Dump Truck 8 For business use
Road Grader 1 For maintenance of roads
Dozer For business use
Tricycles 533 For public transportation
Mini-tractor 116 Talugtug & suburban For farm use
Payloader 1 For hauling of gravel & sand
Ambulance 2 For emergency use
Barangay Patrol 18 For Emergency use
Bus 11 Talugtug-Cubao / For public transportation
Gracepark
COMMUNICATION FACILITIES
Mobile Phones (cellular phone) 8,323 units
Base Radio 2 units
Mobile Landline  (Suntel) 12 units
Smart Tower  (Celsite) 1 unit
Globe Tower  (Celsite) 1 unit
Suncel Tower (Celsite) 1 unit
IRRIGATION SYSTEM  Small Water Impounding Projects (SWIP)
Location Service Area Watershed Pond Area Height
Sampaloc 40.00 has. 79.06 has. 7.00 has. 10.05 m.
Buted I 50.00 has. 70.00 has. 7.84 has. 10.05 m.
Buted II 50.00 has. 40.00 has. 4.00 has. 10.05 m.
Maasin 100.00 has. 206.00 has. 20.00 has. 10.05 m.
Villa Boado 50.00 has. 75.00 has. 4.20 has. 12.00 m.
Sta. Catalina 50.00 has. 36.00 has. 4.00 has. 12.00 m.
Sto. Domingo II 50.00 has. 40.05 has. 4.50 has. 12.00 m.
Villa Rosario 40.00 has. 80.00 has. 8.00 has. 12.00 m.
  Communal Irrigation Projects (CIP)
Location Service Area Watershed Pond Area Height
Tandoc 50.00 has. 20.00 has. 10.50 m.
Mayamot-I 30.00 has. 6.00 has. 10.50 m.
Culiat For Rehabilitation
  Small Farm Reservoir (SFR) and Water Pumps
Barangay Number of SFR Number of Water Pumps
Alula 13 20
Baybayabas 10 22
Buted 5 4
Cabiangan 18 20
Calisitan 5 17
Cinense 5 8
Culiat 15 25
Fronda 7 80
Maasin 16 7
Magsaysay 0 0
Mayamot-I 22 62
Mayamot-II 10 34
Nangabulan 14 30
Osmeña Patola Quezon Quirino Roxas Saguing Sampaloc Saverona Sta. Catalina Sto. Domingo Tandoc  Tibag Villa Boado Villa Rosario Villa Rosenda 0 11 0 0 0 11 7 10 12 7 5 9 17 10 6 0 32 0 0 0 47 10 33 21 6 50 1 10 12 9
Total: 245 560
 Casecnan Irrigation
Barangay Service Area (hectares)
Brgy. Baybayabas 238.50
Brgy. Nangabulan 338.10
Brgy. Mayamot II 188.50
Brgy. Patola 142.80
Brgy. Cinense 211.70
Brgy. Alula 43.00
Brgy. Saverona 35.00
Brgy. Villa Rosario 54.00
Brgy. Calisitan 282.00
Brgy. Fronda 311.00
Brgy. Culiat 254.00
Brgy. Tandoc 256.00
Brgy. Mayamot I 110.00
Brgy. Saguing 175.00

The current irrigable areas are those which the existing irrigation facilities can irrigate during the dry season utilizing the Casecnan Irrigation for the lower barangays, privately owned Shallow Tube Wells and Water Impounded in the reservoir in the previous season. The potential irrigable areas are the maximum that the Casecnan Irrigation, SWIPs and CIPs can irrigate during the wet season because of continuous impoundment of water.

POST HARVEST FACILITIES

Multi-Purpose Drying Pavement 104 units
Mechanical Dryer 2 units
Ricemill/Mini Cono 4 units

VISION AND MISSION

  1. VISION

A vibrant and progressive community with balanced and sustainable socio-economic growth anchored on sound physical infrastructures, and capable of delivering the basic needs of the people and improve their quality of life

2.  MISSION

2.1 ON PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT GROWTH

  1. To provide measures for the logical and effective allocation of land based on spatial development land
  2. To expand the road network that will make the community easily accessible from neighboring towns as well as its barangay accessible with each
  3. To develop a sound human settlement pattern with due consideration on spatial requirements, facilities, for basic social services and provision for sanitation and cleanliness of the
  4. To provide sufficient electricity and power to the municipality that would be within the reach of even the remotest
  5. To expand the supply of domestic potable water in the poblacion and neighboring
  6. To develop and install effective and efficient communications systems covering wider areas for land transportation, postal and telecommunication services, as well as provision for modern radio and microwave communications.
  7. To implement measures that will rehabilitate denuded forest areas, conserve the

environment and preserve nature’s riches.

2.2  ON SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT GROWTH

  1. To increase the literacy of the people by providing them better education through the construction of more schools and classrooms to cater to the expanding

To combat malnutrition and further enhance medical and health services to the people through the construction of more Barangay Health Units especially for remote areas.

  1. To increase the literacy of the people by providing them better education through the construction of more schools and classrooms to cater to the expanding
  2. To combat malnutrition and further enhance medical and health services to the people through the construction of more Barangay Health Units especially for remote areas.
  3. To maintain peace and order in the municipality and provide better protective services in terms of fire and disaster prevention and
  4. To implement projects that will protect and help the underprivileged members of the society through programs that will promote social concern and welfare of unwanted and orphaned children, senior citizens, disabled and the
  5. To provide adequate sports and recreational facilities that will develop the physical and mental fitness of the people, and to initiate programs geared towards youth
  6. To preserve the diminishing cultural heritage of the people through the revival and enhancement of cultural and historical education and
  7. To respect the spiritual and religious belief of the people and ensure government’s protection on their places of
  8. To improve the housing conditions in the municipality by implementing programs for social housing and encouraging investors for low-cost housing projects.

2.2  ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROWTH

  1. To alleviate poverty on the rural areas by creating employment opportunities and establishing livelihood
  2. To enhance agricultural productivity through the construction and installation of more irrigation facilities, adoption of farm mechanization and new production technologies and the provision of credit facilities to
  3. To implement programs for upland development through agro-forestry
  4. To utilize existing creeks and swamps into fishery production areas as well as developing as potential source of irrigation
  5. To expand commercial and industrial growth through:
    • Providing a better environment and incentive scheme to investors to establish business in the
    • Proliferating the establishments of environment – friendly factories utilizing as raw materials those commonly available and abundant in the
    • Encouraging banking institutions to expand their financing services to cater to all sectors of business investments and production
    • Opening the community to domestic and export market through price competitiveness of products, imposing quality control on products and expanding infrastructural support on the road networks and communication
  6. To encourage the establishment of cottage industries and village – level manufacturing of goods utilizing indigenous
  7. To enhance tourism through the development of scenic spots, construction of historical markings and building of museum for community artifacts and art
  8. To promote the welfare of People’s Organizations and Cooperatives operating as independent business entities with the functions of promoting the welfare of their

2.2  ON LOCAL GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENT CAPABILITY

  1. To explore ways and means that will increase the annual municipal budget of the municipality in be capable of implementing development projects
  2. To set up an effective organizational structure, not only in conformity with the requirements of the Local Government Code, but also in accordance to the needs and requirements of the municipality to perform better
  3. To provide a pleasant working and motivation to the municipal officials and staff, to enable them render efficient
  4. To equip the LGU with sufficient facilities that will modernize their work and will provide them the capability to build and maintain physical infrastructures attuned to the needs of the

ACCOMPLISHMENT FY 2015

  1. Installations of Solar Street Lights
  2. Construction of Motorcycle Shed
  3. Repainting of Municipal Hall
  4. New Building for Talugtug National High School
  5. Renovation of Bureau of Fire Protection Head Quarters
  6. Additional Police Patrol Car
  7. Construction of 2-Storey Barangay Hall
  8. Re – gravelling of Mayamot I Road
  9. Concreting of Provincial Road – Patola
  10. Farm to Market Road – Sampaloc
  11. Installation of Potable Water

2016 PROPOSED PROJECTS

  1. COMPLETION/CONSTRUCTION OF SOLAR POWER STREET LIGHTS ALONG TALUGTUG-GUIMBA PROVINCIAL ROAD
  2. CONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS AT:
    • BAYBAYABAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    • ALULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    • DOMINGO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    • VILLA ROSARIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  3. CONSTRUCTION OF DAY CARE CENTER AT SAGUING
  4. CONSTRUCTION OF PWD COMFORT ROOM AND ACCESSIBILITY RAMP AT MUNICIPAL HALL
  5. CONSTRUCTION OF    WELCOME    STRUCTURE      AT TALUGTUG              -LUPAO BOUNDARY
  6. CONSTRUCTION OF SHALLOW/ARTESIAN WELL
  7. IMPROVEMENT/LANDSCAPING OF    PUBLIC     PLAZA     W/ PROVISION                                          OF CHILDREN PARK FACILITIES
  8. REHABILITATION OF MULTI PURPOSE HALL AT
    • MAASIN
    • TANDOC
  9. CONSTRUCTION OF DRAINAGE SYSTEM
  10. AID TO    ELEMENTARY/PRIMARY    SCHOOLS    IN    TERMS     OF   CONCRETE HALLOW BLOCKS
  11. CONSTRUCTION OF LEVEL II POTABLE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM (BUB) AT :
    • SAMPALOC
    • BUTED
    • ALULA
    • TIBAG
  12. REPAIR/ENHANCEMENT OF HEALTH FACILITIES (BUB) AT :
    • BAYBAYABAS
    • SAVERONA
  13. IRRIGATION PROJECTS (RAIN WATER HARVESTING FACILITIES) SFR (BUB) AT:
    • MAASIN
    • VILLA ROSARIO
    • TIBAG
    • SAMPALOC
    • BUTED
    • DOMINGO
    • PATOLA
    • ALULA
  14. POST HARVEST  FACILITIES  AND  EQUIPMENT  (MULTI  PURPOSE  DRYING PAVEMENT) (BUB) AT :
    • CATALINA
    • VILLA ROSENDA
    • TANDOC
    • CULIAT
    • SAVERONA
    • MAYAMOT 1
    • FRONDA
    • MAASIN
  15. LOCAL CORE ROAD(CONSTRUCTION OF FARM TO MARKET ROAD)(BUB)
    • CABIANGAN-MAYAMOT 1 OLD ROAD
  16. CONSTRUCTION OF LEVEL II POTABLE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM (BUB) AT :
    • CATALINA
    • VILLA BOADO
  17. REPAIR/ENHANCEMENT OF HEALTH FACILITIES (BUB) AT :
    • NANGABULAN
    • PATOLA
  18. REHABILITATION OF TIBAG SMALL WATER IMPOUNDING PROJECT
  19. REHABILITATION OF CATALINA SWIP (CONCRETE CANAL LINING : 832 LM)

ACCOMPLISHMENT FY 2015

Installations of Solar Street Lights

Construction of Motorcycle Shed

Repainting of Municipal Hall

ACCOMPLISHMENT FY 2015

New Building for Talugtug National High School

Renovation of Bureau of Fire Protection Head Quarter

Additional Police Patrol Car

ACCOMPLISHMENT FY 2016

Construction of 2 - Storey Barangay Hall

Re-gravelling of Mayamot I Road

Concreting Provincial Road (Brgy. Patola)

ACCOMPLISHMENT FY 2015

Farm to Market Road (Brgy. Sampaloc)

Installation of Potable Water

                 

SOURCE OF FINANCING

Budget Year 2015

Exhibit 1

 
Type of Revenue Amount % Total
Tax Revenue 2,132,700.00 3.25%
Regulatory Fees 1,566,760.00 2.39%
Business & Service Income 1,374,680.00 2.09%
Other Income Receipts 408,900.00 0.62%
Share From Internal Revenue Allotment 58,896,569.00 89.69%
Other Subsidy Income 263,159.00 0.40%
Subsidy from LGUs 406,000.00 0.62%
Economic Enterprises 619,090.00 0.94%
TOTAL 65,667,858.00 100%

EXPENDITURE PROGRAM

(Distribution by Sector) Budget Year 2015

Exhibit 2

Expenditure By Sector Amount % Total
General Public Services 31,524,868.00 48.01%
Health & Social Services 8,761,176.00 13.34%
Economic Services 10,379,714.00 15.81%
General Fund 9,228,135.00 14.05%
Economic Services 1,151,579.00 1.75%
Other Services 15,002,100.00 22.85%
TOTAL 35,667,858.00 100.00%

EXPENDITURE PROGRAM

(DISTRIBUTION BY MAJOR EXPENSE CLASS)

Budget Year 2015

Exhibit 3

Major Expense Class General Fund Economic Enterprises Total Amount % Total
Personal Services 33,612,459.00 1,103,579.00 34,716,038.00 52.87%
MOOE 20,064,226.00 43,500.00 20,107,726.00 30.62%
Capital Outlay 6,103,378.00 - 6,103,378.00 9.29%
Financial Expenses 740,264.00 4,500.00 744,764.00 1.13%
Loans Payable 2,537,516.00 - 2,537,516.00 3.86%
Other Purposes 1,458,436.00 - 1,458,516.00 2.22%
TOTAL 64,516,436.00 1,151,579.00 65,667,436.00 100.00 %
 

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