Ang Caviteno Newsweekly August 31- September 6, 2015 Issue

p.5 THE CHURCH IS NOT AN ISLAND Maragondon lgu install traffic convex mirrors ... p 2 Cavite joins Buwan ng Wika celebration 2-day Cavite Water Summit, a success ... p3 p.5 VOLUME XXXII No. 08 Agosto 31-Setyembre 06, 2015 P6.00 Kapirasong Kritika...p 4 MBCO launches search for the cleanest and greenest coastal barangay ROSARIO, CAVITE -- The Manila Bay Coordinating Office (MBCO) Site Management Office-4 (SMO4) DENR CALABARZON region recently launched the search for cleanest and greenest coastal barangay in the municipality purposely to encourage the participation and support of the coastal dwellers in cleaning the manila Bay. Held at the Mount Sea Resort, the activity aimed to increase awareness of all the stakeholders on the importance of clean and healthy environment. The project according to Ms. Judy Fabro, PENRO Information Officer and currently Focal Person of the MBCOSMO4 is being conducted in eleven (11) Barangays. These are Kanluran; Sapa 3; Sapa 2; Wawa2; Wawa 1; Silangan; Muzon 1; Muzon 2; Wawa 3; Ligtong 1; and Ligtong 4. The project will run from August to November 2015 and there will be a monthly monitoring and evaluation being chaired by Regional Director Reynulfo A. Juan, DENR Region continued on page 2 Palace on planned ‘zero vote’ campaign: OFWs could freely choose their leaders Launching of Cleanest and Greenest coastal barangay in Rosario: Left photo shows Dr. Domingo R. Bravo (in red t-shirt), Deputy Site Manager MBCO-SMO4, DENR-CALABARZON Region shakes hand with Baragay Sapa 3 Secretary Jessye E. Sarabucin as a proof that her barangay is more than willing to participate in the Cleanest and Greenest coastal barangay challenge. Witnessing the event are (L-R) Engr. Rupertp Arca, Chief, Solidwaste Mgt. Section, PG-ENRO, Cavite; Engr. Marconi F. Austria, MENRO, Rosario, Cavite; Ms Floradema G. Collorado, MBCOCentral Office assistant to the Executive Director, and Forster Judaline A. Fabro, MBCO-SMO4-Cavite focal person. Right photo shows the attendees during the lunching that include partner industries representatives, LGU of Rosario, PG-ENRO, MBCO-Central Office and MBCO-Cavite. (Caption by Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite/photo courtesy by Judy Fabro) President Aquino orders Roxas to ensure orderly, peaceful INC protest PRESIDENT Aquino instructed Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II to work with the police and local government units affected by the ongoing mass action of members of Iglesia Ni Cristo to ensure public safety and order. Roxas met the officials of Quezon City and Mandaluyong City, as well as officials of the PNP on how they can move forward with regards to the protest action of INC members,” Deputy Presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said in a radio interview Saturday. The President specifically wanted the ongoing mass action to become orderly, peaceful and not disrupt other people who are not part of the mass action, Valte told dzRB Radyo ng Bayan. “At alam ko nasa Camp Crame sila ngayon, kakatapos lang nilang magpulong, at pinagusapan nila kung ano ba ang way forward dahil doon sa mga nagiging kilos protesta diyan sa EDSA-Shaw,” she said. The Palace spokesperson also said they have been informed that the local government of Mandaluyong has issued a permit to the protesters, noting the permit had corresponding conditions. With regards to heavy traffic caused by the protest in the EDSA-Shaw area, she said they have been monitoring the situation since last night. “The President’s instructions were to ensure the safety of the public including… Not just those who were involved in the protest, but more importantly, those who are uninvolved in the protest,” she said. “The President mentioned specifically that government should ensure—at least, the executive branch— should ensure that there are no opportunities for those who may want to take advantage of the situation for their personal end.” Valte also brushed sundan sa pahina 3 IT is up to the overseas Filipino workers to choose the candidates they want in the next election, a Palace official said as a reaction to statements that migrants organizations are initiating a “zero vote” campaign against administration candidates. The OFWs carried out a “zero remittance day” and some groups are allegedly planning a zero vote for administration candidates as a response to a customs policy on balikbayan boxes. “Karapatan po nilang mamili kung sino po ang gusto nilang iboto sa darating na eleksyon,” Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said during a radio interview on Saturday about the planned campaign. “Ang inaasahan lang po natin ay, siyempre, mababase po ito sa plataporma; mababase po ito doon sa ano po ba ‘yung ikagaganda pa ng ating bansa, at ‘yung ikabubuti pa ng buhay ng ating mga pamilya,” she told dzRB Radyo Ng Bayan. continued on page 2 Handog Titulo program in Silang: Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Regional Director Reynulfo A. Juan (3nd from left) awards the Free Patent Titles to one of the recipients with the assistance of Silang Mayor Emilia Lourdes “OMIL” F. Poblete (in printed blouse). Held at the Cavite State University Gymnasium Silang campus last August 18, twenty nine (29) Free Patent Titles was distributed with more or less 1,500 residents witnessing the event. The activity was done during the observance of Buwan ng Wika “Isang Pagdiriwang ng Sining at Kultura” of the local government under the program of “Ora Mismong serbisyo Itinutuloy ng inyong Lingkod” (OMIL). Others in photo are PENRO Rolinio P. Pozas (extreme left) and Atty. Marlou Alutaya, (2nd from left) Chief, Licenses, Patents and Deeds Division, DENR CALABARZON Region. (Caption by Ruel Francisco., PIA-Cavite/hoto courtesy by Judy f'&