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  • 1. CHAPTER 6.0 LOCAL ADMINISTRATION 6.1 INTRODUCTION As a component City of two (2) years, Tarlac City is presently focused on ensuring the efficient delivery of social and economic services to its constituents. However, as its population expands, the task of reaching out to all sectors of society, particularly the disadvantaged, becomes a crucial one because of the growing demand for additional basic services. There is also that premise that the LGU needs to manage its resources to create equal access to goods and services for its populace. For CY 2000, the City’s income reached more than P398 M including the IRA. This allowed the City bigger leeway in identifying and implementing programs and projects. 6.1.1 OVER-ALL ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE The City Government functions through its 24 departments. In 2001, the City of Tarlac has 596 plantilla positions and a workforce of 654, broken as follows: 363 permanent, 37 temporary, and 254 in casual positions. In consonance with the provision of RA 7160, heads of offices and key personnel were sent to training and seminars for personnel development. Further, the present administration reorganized existing departments to ensure proper placement of personnel and upgrade positions.
  • 2. Casual employees are being employed for a maximum of 6 months to support the regular working force especially during peak seasons. TABLE No. 70 DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONNEL ACCORDING TO OFFICE/DEPARTMENT AS OF YEAR 2001 EMPLOYEE DISTRIBUTION EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT ELIGIBILITY STATUS GRADES TOTAL DEPARTMENT COLL HS ELEM 1ST 2ND 3RD PERM TEMP CASUAL MAYOR’S OFFICE 56 4 1 25 8 23 49 12 133 194 VICE MAYOR’S OFC. 5 1 4 2 3 3 6 12 S.P. 35 1 25 4 7 22 14 36 72 CHRMO 17 1 9 2 7 18 18 CPDO 7 1 6 1 1 8 8 C. CIVIL REGISTRAR 16 6 2 8 16 16 CGSO 24 3 14 6 7 26 1 27 C. BUDGET OFFICE 10 1 7 2 2 11 2 13 ACCOUNTANT OFC. 23 1 15 2 7 23 1 24 CEEMO 42 6 4 18 17 17 50 2 10 52 TREASURER’S OFC. 35 25 8 2 35 35 C. ASSESSOR’S OFC. 17 11 3 3 17 17 INFORMATION OFC. 6 3 1 2 5 1 6 CITY LEGAL OFC. 7 1 6 2 77 1 1 9 CITY HEALTH OFC. 90 9 81 4 14 98 1 99 CSWDO 12 5 4 3 12 60 72 C. POPULATION OFC. 3 1 1 1 2 1 3 C. AGRICULTURE 43 41 1 1 43 43 C. VET. OFFICE 4 1 2 3 5 5 CENRO 1 1 1 1 2 2 C. ARCHITECT OFC. 6 3 2 1 6 6 C. ENGINEER’S OFC. 40 18 4 18 26 18 62 6 68 C. COOP. OFC. 2 2 2 2 TOTAL 596 49 9 363 37 254 654
  • 3. LOCAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL PROFILE A. Administrative Structure / Set-up /, Functions and Responsibilities ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT This section presents the organizational set-up, the functions and roles of each unit, the key officials, and the manpower composition of the local government unit. It also highlights the overall accomplishments of the city in terms of delivery of basic services and facilities. The City Government of Tarlac under the able leadership of the Honorable Mayor Genaro M. Mendoza is now functioning under a new organizational structure mandated under R.A. 7160 otherwise known as the Local Government Code. On top of the organization (LGU) is the Local Chief Executive (City Mayor). He is assisted by the City Administrator, who coordinates with all the officials and staff of the LGU, and helps in establishing and maintaining a sound personnel program. Under the supervision of the administrator, are two distinct levels of organizational units, namely; the Management Services Group, and the Technical Services Group. The latter basically performs staff function and the former serves as line function. Under the Management Service Group the City Human Resource Management Office, City Planning and Development Office, City Budget Office, City Accounting & Internal Audit Office, City General Services Office, and Office for Legal Services, on the other hand, the Technical Services Group is composed of the City Treasurer’s Office, City Assessor’s Office, Office of the Civil Registrar, Office on Health Services, Office on Social Welfare & Development, Office on Population Development, Office on Public Information, Engineering Office, Office on Architectural Planning & Design, Office for Agricultural Services, Office on Environmental & Natural Resources, Office for Veterinary Services, Office for the Development of Cooperatives and Office for Economic Enterprise Development.
  • 4. DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS: OFFICE OF THE CITY MAYOR The City Mayor, as the chief executive of the city government, shall exercise such power and perform such duties and functions as provided by the local Government Code of 1991 and other laws. For efficient, effective and economical governance, the purpose of which is the general welfare of the city and its inhabitants pursuant to section 16 of the Local Government Code, the city mayor shall: 1. Exercise general supervision and control over all programs, projects, services, and activities of the city government. 2. Enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the governance of the city and the exercise of its corporate powers provided for under Section 22 of the Local government code. Implement all approved policies, programs, services and activities of the city. 3. Initiate and maximize the generation of resources revenue and apply the same to the implementation of development plans, programs, objectives and priorities as provided for under section 18 of the Local Government Code, particularly those resources and revenues programmed for Agro-industrial development and Countryside growth and progress. 4. Ensure the delivery of basic services and the provision of adequate facilities as provided for under Section 7 of the Local Government Code of 1991. 5. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions prescribed by law ordinances.
  • 5. CITY SECRETARY Provides administrative and legislative assistance to the Office of the City Mayor and the City Council by way of recording, maintaining and facilitating the implementation of planned projects, programs, ordinances, decrees, legal orders and related governing laws. Provide administrative assistance is likewise provided to the Office of the City Treasurer and the station Commander in relation to Personal administration and financial operation. Provides the City Government with well-maintained and reliable journal of records and an effective filing system and to provide staff assistance to the Office of the City Council and disseminate information to all concerned relating to the welfare of the public and government. The SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD The Sangguniang Panlungsod, the legislative body of the city, shall be composed of the City Vice Mayor as the presiding officer, the regular Sangguniang members, the President of the City Chapter of the Liga ng mga Barangay, the president of the Pambayang Pederasyon ng mga Sangguniang Kabataan and the sectoral representatives, as members. Functions: 1. Approve ordinances and pass resolutions necessary for an efficient and effective City Government. 2. Generate and maximize the use resources and revenues for the development plans; program objectives and priorities of the city as provided for under Section 18 of the LGC with particular attention to Agro-Industrial development and countryside growth and progress. 3. Grant franchises, enact ordinances authorizing the issuance of permits or licenses, or enact ordinances levying taxes, fees and charges upon such conditions and for such purposes intended to promote the general welfare of the inhabitants of the city.
  • 6. 4. Regulate activities relative to the use of land, buildings and structure within the city in order to promote the general welfare. 5. Approve ordinances, which shall ensure the efficient and effective delivery of the basic services and facilities as provided for under Section 17 of the LGC of 1991. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and function as may be prescribed by laws and ordinances. SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD SECRETARY Functions: 1. Attend meeting of the Sangguniang and keep a journal of its proceedings. 2. Keep the seal of the government unit and affix the same with his signature to all ordinances, resolutions, and other official acts of the sanggunian and present the same to the presiding officer for his signature. 3. Forward to the mayor, for approval, copies of ordinances enacted by the sanggunian and duly deified by the presiding officer, in the manner provided in section 54 under Book 1 of the LGC of 1991. 4. Forward to the sangguniang panlungsod concerned, copies of duly approved ordinances, in the manner provided in Section 56 and 57 under Book 1 of the Local Government Code of 1991. 5. Furnish, upon request of any interested party, certified in his custody; upon payment to the treasurer of such fees as may be prescribed by ordinances. 6. Record in a book kept for the purpose, all ordinances and resolutions enacted or adopted by the sanggunian dates of passage and publication thereof.
  • 7. 7. Keep his office and all non-confidential resorts therein open to the public during the usual business hour. 8. Translate into the dialect used by the majority of the inhabitants all ordinances and resolutions immediately after the original versions in the manner provided under this code. 9. Take custody of the local archives and where applicable, the local liberate and annually account of the year. THE CITY TREASURER Functions: 1. Advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, the sanggunian, and other local government and national officials concerned regarding disposition of local government funds and on such other matters relative to public finance 2. Take custody of, and exercise proper management of the funds of the City Government 3. Take charge of the disbursement of all local government funds and such other funds the custody of which may be entrusted to him by law or other competent authority 4. Inspect private, commercial and industrial establishments within the city in relation to the implementation of tax ordinances, pursuant to the provisions under Book II of 1991 Local Government Code. 5. Maintain and update the tax information system of the city. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.
  • 8. THE CITY ASSESSOR Functions: 1. Ensure that all laws and policies governing the appraisal and assessment of real properties for taxation purpose are properly executed. 2. Initials, review, and recommend charges in policies and objectives, plans and programs techniques, procedures and practice in the evaluation and assessment of real properties for taxation purpose. 3. Establish a systematic method of real property assessment. 4. Install and maintain real property identification and accounting system. 5. Prepare, install and maintain a system of tax mapping showing graphically all properties subject to assessment and gather all data concerning the same. 6. Conduct frequent physical surveys to verify and determine whether all real properties within the province are properly linked in the assessment rolls. 7. Prepare a schedule of the fair market value for the different classes of real properties. 8. Issue upon request of any interested party, certified copies of assessment records of real property and all other records relative to its assessment, upon payment of service charge or fee as the treasurer. 9. Submit every semester a report of all assessment, to the local chief executive and the sanggunian concerned. 10. In the case of the assessor of component city attend personally or through an authorized representative, all sessions of the Local Board of Assessment Appeals whenever his assessment is the subject of the appeal and present or submit any information or record in this possession as may be required by the Board. 11. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.
  • 9. THE CITY BUDGET OFFICER Functions: 1. Prepare forms, orders and circulars embodying instructions on budgetary and appropriation matters for the signature of the mayor. 2. Review and consolidate the budget proposals of different department and officers of the local government unit. 3. Assist the mayor in the preparation of the budget and during the budget hearings. 4. Study and evaluate budgetary implication of proposed legislation and submit comments and recommendations. 5. Submit periodic budgetary reports to the Department of Budget and Management. 6. Coordinate with the treasurer, the accountant and the planning and development coordinator for the purpose of budgeting. 7. Assist the sanggunian concerned in reviewing the approved budgets of component local government units. 8. Coordinate with the planning and development coordinator in the formulation of the local government and development plan.
  • 10. THE CITY ACCOUNTANT Functions: 1. Install and maintain an internal audit system in the local government unit concerned. 2. Prepare and submit financial statement to the mayor, and to the sanggunian concerned. 3. Appraise the sanggunian and other local government unit concerned. 4. Certify to the availability of budgetary allotment to which expenditures and obligations may be properly charged. 5. Review supporting documents before preparation of vouchers to determine completeness of requirements. 6. Prepare statements of cash advances, liquidations, salaries, allowances, reimbursements and remittances to the local governments. 7. Prepare statements of journal vouchers and liquidation of the same other adjustments thereto. 8. Post individual disbursements to the subsidiary ledger and index cards. 9. Maintain individual ledgers for officials and employees of the local government unit pertaining to payroll and deductions. 10. Record and post index card details of purchased furniture, fixtures and equipments, including disposal thereof, if any. 11. Account for all issued requests for obligations and maintains and keeps all reports related thereto. 12. Prepare journals and the analysis of obligations and maintain and keep all records and reports related thereto 13. Exercise such other powers and performs such other duties and functions as may be provided by law or ordinance.
  • 11. THE CITY PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR Functions: 1. Formulate integrated economic, social, physical and other development plans and policies for consideration of the local government council. 2. Conduct continuing studies, researches and training programs for implementation. 3. Integrate and coordinate all sectoral plans and studies undertaken by the different functional groups or agencies. 4. Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the different development programs, projects and activities in the local government unit concerned in accordance with the approved development plan. 5. Prepare comprehensive plans and other development planning documents for the consideration of the local development council 6. Analyze the income and expenditures patterns and formulate and recommend fiscal plans and policies for recommendations of the finance committee of the local government as provided under Title Five, Book II of this Code. 7. Promote people participation in development planning within the local government unit concerned. 8. Exercise supervision and control over the secretariat of the local development council.
  • 12. THE CITY ENGINEER Functions: 1. Initiate, review, and recommend changes in policies and objectives, plans and programs, techniques, procedures and practices in infrastructure development and public works of the LGU; advice the Mayor on infrastructure development and public works in general of the city government 2. Advice the City Mayor, as the case may be, on infrastructure, public works and other engineering matters 3. Administer, coordinate, supervise, and control the construction, maintenance, improvement, and repair of roads, bridges, and other engineering and public work projects of the city government 4. Provide engineering services to the city government, including investigation and survey, engineering designs, feasibility studies, and project management. 5. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY HEALTH OFFICER Functions: 1. Supervise the personnel and staff of the office on health services, formulate program implementation guidelines and rules and regulations for the operation of the said office for the approval of the City Mayor, as the case may be, in order to assist him in the efficient, effective and economical implementation of a health services program geared to implementation of health-related projects and activities. 2. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the
  • 13. case may be, in carrying out activities to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to health services provided under Section 17 of the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with health programs and projects which the City Mayor, is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 4. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the health officer shall: a. Formulate and implement policies, plans and programs and projects to promote the health of the people in the city b. Advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, and the sanggunian on matters pertaining to health c. Execute and enforce all laws, ordinances and regulations relating to public health d. Recommend to the sanggunian, through the Local Health Board, the passage of such ordinances, as he may deem necessary for the preservation of public health. e. Recommend the prosecution of any violation of sanitary laws, ordinances or regulations. f. Direct the sanitary inspections of all business establishments selling food items or providing accommodations such as hotels, motels, lodging houses, pension houses, and the like, in accordance with Sanitation Code g. Conduct health information campaigns and render health intelligence services h. Coordinate with other government agencies and non­ governmental organizations involved in the promotion and delivery of health services.
  • 14. 5. Be in the frontline of the delivery of health services, particularly during and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disasters and calamities. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CIVIL REGISTRAR Functions: 1. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with civil registry programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 2. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the civil registrar shall: a. Accept all registrable documents and judicial decrees affecting the civil status of persons. b. File, keep and preserve in a secure place the books required by law. c. Transcribe and enter immediately upon receipt all registrable documents and judicial decrees affecting the civil status of persons in the appropriate civil registry books d. Transmit to the Office of the Civil Registrar-General, within the prescribed period, duplicate copies of the registered documents required by law. e. Issue certified transcripts or copies of any certificate or registered documents upon payment of the prescribed fees to the treasurer f. Receive applications for the issuance of a marriage license 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.
  • 15. g. 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 city. 3. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR Functions: 1. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same particularly those which have to do with the management and administration-related programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 2. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the administrator shall: a. Assist in the coordination of the work of all the officials of the city government, under the supervision, direction, and control of the City Mayor, and for this purpose, he may convene the chiefs of offices and other officials of the city government b. Establish and maintain a sound personnel program for the city government designed to promote career development and uphold the merit principle in the local government service. c. Conduct a continuing organizational development of the city government with the end view of instituting effective administrative reforms. 3. Be in the frontline of the delivery of administrative support services, particularly those related to the situations during and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disasters and calamities.
  • 16. 4. Recommend to the sanggunian and advice the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all other matters relative to the management and administration of the city government. 5. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY LEGAL OFFICER Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide legal assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out the delivery of basic services and provisions of adequate facilities as provided for under Section 17 of the 1991 Local Government Code. 2. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with programs and projects related to legal services which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the legal officer shall: a. Represent the city government in all civil actions and special proceedings wherein the city government or any official thereof, in his official capacity, is a party: Provided, that, in actions or proceedings where a component city is a party adverse to the provincial government or to another component city, a special legal officer may be employed to represent the adverse party. b. When required by the City Mayor or sanggunian, draft ordinances, contracts, bonds, leases, and other instruments involving any interest of the city government and provide
  • 17. comments and recommendations on any instruments already drawn. c. Render his opinion in writing on any question of law when requested to do so by the City Mayor or sanggunian. d. Investigate or cause to be investigated any local official or employee for administrative neglect or misconduct in office and recommend appropriate action to the City Mayor or sanggunian, as the case may be. e. Investigate or cause to be investigated any person, firm or corporation holding any franchise or exercising any public privilege for failure to comply with any term and condition in the grant of such franchise or privilege and recommend appropriate action to the City Mayor or sanggunian, as the case may be. f. When directed by the City Mayor or sanggunian, initiate and prosecute, in the interest of the city government, any civil action on any bond, lease, or other contract upon any breach or violation thereof. g. Review and submit recommendations on ordinances approved and executive orders issued by component units. 4. Recommend measures to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all other matters related to upholding the rule of law. 5. Be in the frontline of protecting human rights and prosecuting any violations thereof, particularly those which occur during and in the aftermath of man-made or natural disasters and calamities. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.
  • 18. THE CITY AGRICULTURIST Functions: 1. Formulate measures for approval of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out said measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to agricultural services as provided for under Section 17 of the 1991 Local Government Code. 2. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with agricultural programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the agriculturist shall: a. Ensure that maximum assistance and access to the resources in the production, processing and marketing of agricultural, aqua-cultural and marine products are extended to farmers, fishermen and local entrepreneurs. b. Conduct or cause to be conducted location of specific agricultural researches and assist in making available the appropriate technology arising out of, and disseminating information on basic research of crops, prevention and control of plant diseases and pests, and other agricultural matters which will maximize productivity. c. Assist the City Mayor, as the case may be, in establishment and extension services of demonstration farms or aqua­ culture and marine products. d. Enforce rules and regulations relating to agriculture and aqua-culture. e. Coordinate with government agencies and non­ governmental organizations, which promote agricultural productivity through appropriate technology compatible with environmental integrity.
  • 19. 4. Be in the frontline of the delivery of basic agricultural services, particularly those needed for the survival of the inhabitants during and in the aftermath of man-made or natural disasters and calamities. 5. Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all matters related to agriculture and aqua-culture, which will improve the livelihood and living condition of the inhabitants. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the approval of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to social welfare and development services as provided for under Section 17 of the 1991 Local Government Code. 2. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with social welfare programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the social welfare and development officer shall: a. Identify the basic needs of the needy, the disadvantaged and the impoverished and develop and implement appropriate measures to alleviate their problems and improve their living conditions.
  • 20. b. Provide relief and appropriate crisis intervention for victims of abuse and exploitation and recommend appropriate measures to deter further abuse and exploitation. c. Assist the City Mayor, as the case may be, in implementing the barangay level program for the total development and protection of children up to six (6) years of age. d. Facilitate the implementation of welfare programs for the disabled, elderly, and victims of drug addiction, the rehabilitation of the prisoners and parolees, the prevention of juvenile delinquency and such other activities which would eliminate or minimize the ill effects of poverty. e. Initiate and support youth welfare program that will enhance the role of the youth in nation building. f. Coordinate with government agencies and non­ governmental organizations which have for their purpose the promotion and the protection of all the needy, disadvantaged, underprivileged or impoverished groups or individuals, particularly those identified to be vulnerable and high-risk to exploitation, abuse and neglect. 4. Be in the frontline of service delivery, particularly those which have to do with immediate relief assistance during and in the aftermath of man- made and natural disasters and calamities. 5. Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all matters relative to social welfare and development services, which will improve the livelihood and living condition of all inhabitants. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.
  • 21. THE CITY ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICER Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to environment and natural resources services as provided for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 2. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with environment and natural resources programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the environment and natural resources officer shall: a. Establish, maintain, protect and preserve communal forests, watersheds, tree parks, mangroves, greenbelts, commercial forests and similar forest projects, like industrial farms and agro-forestry projects. b. Provide extension services to beneficiaries of forest development projects and technical, financial and infrastructure assistance. c. Manage and maintain seed banks and produce seedlings for forests and tree parks. d. Provide extension services to beneficiaries of forest development projects and render assistance for natural resources-related conservation and utilization activities consistent with ecological balance. e. Promote the small-scale mining and utilization of mineral resources, particularly mining of gold.
  • 22. f. Coordinate with government agencies and non­ governmental organizations in the implementation of measures to prevent and control land, air and water pollution with the assistance of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. 4. Be in the frontline of the delivery of services concerning environment and natural resources, particularly in the renewal and rehabilitation of the environment during and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disasters and calamities. 5. Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all matters relative to protection, conservation, maximum utilization, application of appropriate technology and other matters related to the environment and natural resources. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY ARCHITECT Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to architectural planning and design as provided for under Section 17 of 1991 Local Government Code. 2. Develop plans and strategies upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with architectural planning and design programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code.
  • 23. 3. In addition to foregoing duties and functions, the architect shall: a. Prepare and recommend for consideration of the sanggunian the architectural plan and design for the city or a part thereof, including renewal of slums and blighted areas, land reclamation activities, the greening of land, appropriate planning of marine and foreshore areas. b. Review and recommend for appropriate action of the sanggunian or City Mayor, as the case may be, the architectural plans and design submitted by governmental and non-governmental entities or individuals, particularly those for undeveloped, underdeveloped, and poorly- designed areas. c. Coordinate with government and non-governmental entities and individuals involved in the aesthetics and maximum utilization of the land and water within the jurisdiction of the city, compatible with environmental integrity and ecological balance. 4. 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 man-made and natural disasters and calamities. 5. Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all matters relative to the architectural planning and design as it relates to the socio-economic development of the city. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.
  • 24. THE CITY INFORMATION OFFICER Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in providing the information and research data required for the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities so that the public becomes aware of said services and may fully avail of the same. 2. Develop plans and strategies and, upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with public information and research data to support programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the information officer shall: a. Provide relevant, adequate, and timely information to the city government and its residents. b. Furnish information and data of the city to government agencies or offices as may be required by law or ordinance; and non-governmental organizations to be furnished to said agencies and organizations. c. Maintain effective liaison with the various sectors of the community on matters and issues that affect the livelihood and the quality of life of the inhabitants and encourage support for programs of the local and national government. 4. Be in the frontline in providing information during and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disasters and calamities, with special attention to the victims thereof, to help minimize injuries and casualties during and after the emergency, and to accelerate relief and rehabilitation.
  • 25. 5. Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all matters relative to public information and research data as it relates to the socio-economic development of the city. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY COOPERATIVES OFFICER Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian, and provide technical assistance to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of facilities through the development of cooperatives; develop plans and strategies and implement the same particularly those which have to do with the integration of cooperative principles and methods in programs and projects; assist in the organization of cooperatives, and in providing access to such services and facilities. 2. Develop plans and strategies and, upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with integration of cooperative principles and methods in programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the cooperative officer shall: a. Assist in the organization of cooperatives. b. Provide technical and other forms of assistance to existing cooperatives to enhance their viability as an economic enterprise and social organization. c. Assist cooperatives in establishing linkages with government agencies and non-governmental organizations involved in the promotion and integration of the concept of cooperatives in the livelihood of the people and other community activities.
  • 26. 4. Be in the frontline of cooperatives organization, rehabilitation or viability-enhancement, particularly during and in the aftermath of man- made and natural disasters and calamities, with special attention to the victims thereof, to help minimize injuries and casualties to aid in their survival and, if necessary subsequent rehabilitation. 5. Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all matters relative to cooperative development and viability-enhancement, which will improve the livelihood and quality of life of the inhabitants. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY POPULATION OFFICER Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to the integration of the population development principles and in providing access to said services and facilities. 2. Develop plans and strategies and, upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with integration of population development principles and methods in programs and projects which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code.
  • 27. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the population officer shall: a. Assist the City Mayor, as the case may be, in the implementation of the Constitutional provisions relative to population development and the promotion of responsible parenthood. b. Establish and maintain an updated data bank for program operations, development planning and an educational program to ensure the people’s participation in and understanding of population development. c. Implement appropriate training programs responsive to the cultural heritage of the inhabitants. THE CITY VETERINARIAN Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities pursuant to Section 17 of the 1991 Local government Code. 2. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with veterinary related activities which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. 3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the veterinarian shall: a. Advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all matters pertaining to the slaughter of animals for human consumption and the regulation of slaughterhouses. b. Regulate the keeping of domestic animals. c. Regulate and inspect poultry, milk and dairy products for public consumption.
  • 28. d. Enforce all laws and regulations for the prevention of cruelty to animals. e. Take the necessary measures to eradicate, prevent or cure all forms of animal diseases. 4. Be in the frontline of veterinary related activities, such as in the outbreak of highly contagious and deadly diseases and in situations resulting in the depletion of animals for work and human consumption, particularly those arising from and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disasters and calamities. 5. Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the City Mayor, as the case may be, on all other matters relative to veterinary services, which will increase the number and improve the quality of livestock, poultry and other domestic animals used for work or human consumption. 6. Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. THE CITY GENERAL SERVICES OFFICER Functions: 1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the City Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities pursuant to Section 17 of the 1991 Local government Code and which require general services expertise and technical support services. 2. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the City Mayor, as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with general services supportive of the welfare of the inhabitants which the City Mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the 1991 Local Government Code. and implement them; take custody of and be accountable for all properties, real or personal, owned by the City
  • 29. Government and those granted to it in the form of donation, reparation, assistance and counterpart of joint projects; assign building or land space to local officials or other public officials with the approval of the City Mayor; recommend to the City Mayor the reasonable rental rates for local government properties, whether real or personal, which will be leased to public or private entities by the LGU; maintain and supervise janitorial, security, landscaping and other related services in all public buildings and other real property, whether owned or leased by the LGU; perform archival and record management with respect to records of offices and departments of the LGU; collate and disseminate information regarding prices and other costs of supplies and other items commonly used by the LGU; enforce policies on records creation, maintenance, and disposal; perform pertaining to supply and property management; and recommend to the Sanggunian and advise the City Mayor on all other matters relative to general services. THE CITY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER Functions: To develop and direct City Personnel Program, which normally includes recruitment, training/seminars; classification records management, appointment and payroll preparation and processing, benefits administration, and salary and wages determination. Provide technical assistance to the City Departments/Divisions and Sections, the City Mayor and other officials on Personnel matters, policies, practices, issues and problems. Maintain liaison work with the Civil Service Commission. Oversee the employees’ interest and that rights are protected. Recommend changes in policies, practices, rules and regulations affecting the Human Resource Development programs. Supervise the preparation of appointment and other transfers requiring the decision of the City Mayor, and the Vice-Mayor. Supervise the HRMO staff and officers.
  • 30. LOCAL SPECIAL BODIES CITY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (CDC) COMPOSITION • City Mayor as Chairman; • All Punong Barangays in the city; • Chairman of the Committee on Appropriations of the Sangguniang Panlungsod; • Congressman or his representative; and • Representatives of NGOs operating in the city, who shall constitute not less than ¼ of the members of the fully organized LDC. FUNCTIONS: • Formulate long-term, medium-term, and annual socio­ economic development plans and policies; • Formulate the medium-term and annual public investment programs; • Appraise and prioritize socio-economic development programs and projects; • Formulate local investment incentives to promote the inflow and direction of private investment capital; • Coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the implementation of development programs and projects; and • Perform such other functions as may be provided by law or competent authority. MEETING AND QOURUM The City Development Council shall meet at least once every six (6) months or as often as may be necessary.
  • 31. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Executive Committee of the CDC shall be composed of the City Mayor as Chairman, the Chairman of the Committee on Appropriations of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, the President of the League of Barangays, and a representative of NGOs that are represented in the council, as members. The Executive Committee shall exercise the following powers and functions: 1. Ensure that the decision of the council are faithfully carried out and implemented; 2. Act on matters requiring immediate attention or action by the council; 3. Formulate policies, plans and programs based on the general principles laid down by the council; and 4. Act on other matters that may be authorized by the council. SECTORAL OR FUNCTIONAL COMMITTEES The CDC may form sectoral or functional committees to assist them I the performance of their functions. SECRETARIAT The Secretariat of CDC shall be responsible for providing technical support, documentation of proceedings, preparation of reports and such other assistance as may be required in the discharge of its functions. The CDC may avail of the services of any NGOs or educational or research institution for this purpose. The Secretariat shall be headed by the City Planning and Development Coordinator.
  • 32. PREQUALIFICATION, BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE (PBAC) COMPOSITION • The City Mayor as Chairman; • Chairman of the Committee on Appropriations of the Sangguniang Panlungsod; • A representative of the minority in the Sangguniang Panlungsod, if any, or if there be none, one chosen by said sanggunian from among its members; • The City Treasurer • Two representatives of NGOs that are represented in the City Development Council, to be chosen by the organization themselves; • Any practicing certified public accountant from the private sector, to be designated by the local chapter of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountant (PICPA), if any. Representatives of the Commission on Audit (COA) shall observe the proceedings of such committee and shall certify that the rules and procedures for prequalification, bids and awards have been complied with. FUNCTIONS: • The PBAC shall be primarily responsible for the conduct of prequalification of contractors, bidding, evaluation of bids, and recommendation of awards concerning local infrastructure projects. • The agenda and other information relevant to the meetings of the committee shall be deliberated upon by the committee at least one (1) week before holding of such meetings. • All meetings of the committee shall be held in the city hall. The minutes of such meetings of the committee and any decision made therein shall be duly recorded, posted at a prominent place in the city hall, and delivered by the most expedient means to elective local officials concerned.
  • 33. TECHNICAL COMMITTEE The Technical Committee shall provide technical assistance to the PBAC. It shall be composed of the city engineer, the city planning and development coordinator, and such official/s designated by the PBAC. The Chairman of the Technical Committee shall be designated by the PBAC and shall attend its meeting in order to present the reports and recommendations of the Technical Committee. CITY SCHOOL BOARD COMPOSITION: • City Mayor as co-chairman; • City superintendent of schools as co-chairman; • Chairman of the Education Committee of the Sangguniang Panlungsod; • City Treasurer; • Representative of the pederasyon ng mga Sangguniang Kabataan in the Sangguniang Panlungsod; • President of the city federation of Parents-Teachers Association; • Representative of the teacher’s organization in the city; and • Representative of the non-academic personnel of public schools in the city. In the event that a city has two (2) or more school superintendents, the co-chairman of the city school board shall be designated by the Department of Education (DepEd) as the co-chairman for the city school board.
  • 34. FUNCTIONS: The city school board shall: 1. Determine, in accordance with the criteria set by DepEd, the annual supplementary budgetary needs for the operation and maintenance of public schools within the city, as the case may be, and the supplementary local cost of meeting such needs, which shall be reflected in the form of an annual school board budget corresponding to its share of the proceeds of the special levy on real property constituting the Special Education Fund and such other sources of revenue as the Local Government Code of 1991 and other laws or ordinances may provide; 2. Authorize the city treasurer, as the case may be, to disburse from the Special Education Fund pursuant to the budget prepared and in accordance with existing rules and regulations; 3. Serve ass an advisory committee to the Sangguniang Panlungsod on educational mattes such as, but not limited to, the necessity for and the uses of local appropriations for educational purposes; and 4. Recommend changes in the names of public schools within the territorial jurisdiction of the city for enactment by the Sangguniang Panlungsod. The DepEd shall consult the city school board on the appointment of division superintendent, district supervisors, school principals, and other school officials. MEETINGS AND QUORUM; BUDGET: 1. The city school board shall meet at least once a month or as often as may be necessary. 2. Any of the co-chairmen may call a meeting. A majority of all its present in a meeting, the city mayor, as a matter of protocol, shall be given preference to preside over the meeting. The division superintendent or district supervisor, as the case may be, shall prepare the budget of the city school board. Such budget shall be supported by programs, projects, and activities of the city school board for the ensuing fiscal year. The affirmative vote of the majority of all the members shall be necessary to approve the budget
  • 35. 3. The annual school board budget shall give priority to the following: a. Construction, repair and maintenance of school buildings and other facilities of public elementary and secondary schools; b. Establishment and maintenance of extension classes where necessary; and c. Sports activities at the division, district, city and barangay levels. COMPENSATION AND REMUNERATION: The co-chairmen and members of the city school board shall perform their duties as such without compensation or remuneration. Members thereof who are not government officials or employees shall be entitled to necessary traveling expenses and allowances chargeable against the funds of the local school board concerned, subject to existing accounting and auditing rules and regulations. CITY HEALTH BOARD COMPOSITION: • City Mayor as Chairman; • City Health Officer as Vice Chairman; • Chairman of the Committee on Health of the Sangguniang Panlungsod; • Representative from the private sector or non-governmental organizations involved in health service; and • Representative of the DOH in the city. FUNCTIONS: The functions of the city health board shall be: 1. To propose to the Sangguniang Panlungsod, in accordance with standards and criteria set by the Department of Health, annual budgetary allocations for the operation and maintenance of health facilities and services within the city, as the case may be;
  • 36. 2. To serve as an advisory committee to the Sangguniang Panlungsod on health mattes such as, but not limited to, the necessity for, and application of, local appropriations for public health purposes; and 3. Consistent with the technical and administrative standards of the Department of Health, create committees which shall advise local health agencies on mattes such as, but not limited to, personnel selection and promotion, bids and awards, grievance and complaints, personnel discipline, budget review, operations review and similar functions. MEETINGS AND QUORUM: 1. The board shall meet at least once a month or as often as may be necessary. 2. A majority of the members of the board shall constitute a quorum, but the chairman or the vice chairman must be present during meetings where budgetary proposals are being prepared or considered. The affirmative vote of all the majority of the members shall be necessary to approve such proposals. COMPENSATION AND REMUNERATION: The chairman, vice chairman, and members of the city health board shall perform their duties as such without compensation or remuneration. Members thereof who are not government officials or employees shall be entitled to necessary traveling expenses and allowances chargeable against the funds of the local health board concerned, subject to existing accounting and auditing rules and regulations. DIRECT NATIONAL SUPERVISION AND CONTROL BY THE SECRETARY OF HEALTH: In cases of epidemics, pestilence, and other widespread public health dangers, the Secretary of Health may, upon the direction of the President and in consultation with the local government unit concerned, temporarily assume direct supervision and control over health operations in any local government unit for the duration of the emergency, but in no case exceeding a cumulative period of six (6) months. With concurrence of the local government unit concerned, the period for such direct national control and supervision may be further extended.
  • 37. CITY PEACE AND ORDER COUNCIL COMPOSITION: • City Mayor as Chairman • City Vice Mayor as Vice Chairman • City counterparts of the following departments, offices and agencies, wherever applicable: Department of Local Government Department of National Defense Department of Justice Department of Social Welfare and Development Department of Public Works and Highways Department of Trade and Industry Office of the Press Secretary National Security Council National Peace Commission National Bureau of Investigation Commission on Human Rights Dangerous Drugs Board Philippine National Police • Chairman of the Committee on Peace & Order and Police Matters of the Sangguniang Panlungsod; • Representative from veterans group in the locality to be appointed by the chairman of the council; • Three representatives of the private sector representing the academic, civic, religious, youth, labor, business and media organizations to be appointed by the chairman upon consultation with the members of the city POC; and • Departments, offices and agencies with no regional and/or field offices may deputize their representatives on the city level. The City Peace and Order Council shall be established pursuant to Executive Order No. 309, as amended, series of 1988 and the functions of the members as those prescribed by the said executive order.
  • 38. PEOPLE’S LAW ENFORCEMENT BOARD COMPOSITION AND TERM OF OFFICE: • Any member of the Sangguniang Panlungsod chosen by the sanggunian • Any Barangay Captains of the city chosen by the Association of Barangay Captains; and • Three (3) other members who are removable only for cause to be chosen by city peace and order council from among the respected members of the community known for their probity and integrity, one (1) of whom must be a woman and another a member of the Bar, or, in the absence thereof, a college graduate, or the principal of the central elementary school in the locality. The Chairman of the PLEB shall be elected from among its members. The term of office of the members of the PLEB shall be for a period of three (3) years from assumption of office. Such member shall hold office until his or her successor shall have been chosen and qualified. The Chairman and members of the PLEB shall furnish the Commission, through its regional offices, copies of their oaths of office within thirty (30) days upon assumption. FUNCTIONS: The PLEB shall be the central receiving entity for any citizen’s complaint against PNP members. As such, every citizen’s complaint, regardless of the imposable penalty for the offense alleged, shall be filed with the PLEB of the city where the offense was allegedly committed. Upon receipt and docketing of the complaint, the PLEB shall immediately determine whether the offense alleged therein is grave, less grave or minor. Should the PLEB find that the offense alleged is grave or less grave, the Board shall assume jurisdiction to hear and decide the complaint by serving summons upon the respondent within three (3) days from receipt of the complaint. If the PLEB finds that the offense alleged is minor, it shall refer the complaint to the Mayor or Chief of Police, as the case may be, of the city where the PNP member is assigned within three (3) days upon the filing thereof.
  • 39. 6.1.2. EXTENT OF COORDINATION • Data Management Information System (active data collection, data banking, and data retrieval procedural systems) has not been run on a city government-wide level. Presently, only 4 out of the 24 departments are in touch with this system namely: the Treasury, The Assessor’s Office; the Civil Registry and Office of the Mayor. Its usefulness therefore, vis-à-vis development planning is still neither fully unrealized nor appreciated. • Ideally, the Mayor sets the strategic direction corollary to his vision and mission. Planning is a team effort among the various departments. Each department shares in deciding what would be the most effective and efficient way that the government can serve its constituents. The Planning and Development Office puts together all these ideas and presents them to the group for finalization. In practice, the Planning and Office prepares the overall plan based on the Mayor’s vision and mission and to support said plan, requests the various offices for data and information. • Coordination between and among offices in terms of project implementation is based on the contents of the plan laid out by the CPDO. Each department has its own task in the implementation of said plan through the programs and projects distributed among the various offices. 6.1.3 STAFFING Out of the 654 city government employees, less than 10% are on temporary status although the number swells in summer due to Student Privilege Employment System Program (SPES). Majority of the permanent employees are Civil Service eligible, except for those holding positions that do not really require eligibility, such as janitorial or utility positions. Employees are hired based on the need of the Department concerned. Vacant or newly created positions are advertised in the local newspaper, “The CSC Field Bulletin”, and posted on Bulletin Board at the City Hall.
  • 40. Applicants are screened by the Personnel Selection Board (PSB) and the most qualified ones are recommended for appointment. The new employees are then integrated into the system. 6.1.4 PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING Projects are normally picked out from requests of the different barangays. The CPDO also considers those submitted by the departments. Proposed and requested Infrastructure projects are reviewed and approved by the Local Development Council before endorsement to Sangguniang Panlungsod for approval. After projects have been identified and long listed, the City Planning and Dev’t Office will prepare the annual investment program for those projects that will be implemented within the period under planning. This listing will be forwarded to the City Engineer’s Office for site identification, selection and inspection. Data gathered will be used for the preparation of the Plans and estimates or programs of works by its planning and programming section. It will be returned to the Chief Engineer for review, recommendation approval. Upon approval, projects to be funded out of local or CDF funds as well as those projects requested by the different barangays and which could be accommodated by available funds will be forwarded to City Mayor for approval. The Sangguniang Panlungsod will then pass the corresponding resolution/s for fund allocation. The Budget and Accounting departments allocate the funds and authorize the CPDO to conduct Bidding. After contracts have been awarded, monitoring and the implementation will be undertaken by the City Engineer’s Office. Project Monitoring is performed by a resident and a project inspector who visit site daily and twice a week respectively. They are both required to prepare weekly reports directly to the project engineer.
  • 41. 6.1.5 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION a) Local Government Revenues and Expenditures Based on the report on Revenues and Receipts, the City of Tarlac generated total Capital Revenues amounting to P 141,342,797.52 in 1998, P359,390,541.54 in 1999, and P398,457,328.75 for year 2000. The City’s increased income which has almost doubled between 1998 and 2000 is largely attributed to the increase in its Internal Revenue Allotment when it became a city. In 2001, the city’s total expenditures totaled P500,915,300.15 a deficit of – P115,159,354.47 while in 1999, there was a surplus of P52,917,458.44. b) Expenditures by Object Fund Operation and Program Appropriation and Obligations by Object. 1) Appropriations for Specific Purpose. The amounts herein appropriated for purposes stipulated under the 20% Development Fund shall be used specifically for said purposes, indicated amounts and conditions. 2) General Revision of Real Property Assessment. The amount, herein purposed shall be used only for personal sources to ensure that all manpower use shall be paid promptly. 3) Barangay Development Projects/Activities. The City Mayor allots 500,000.00 for each barangay annually. TABLE NO. 71 GENERAL FUND, SPECIAL PURPOSE FUND & PERSONNEL SERVICE CITY OF TARLAC Year General Fund Dep’t / Office Special Purpose Fund Personnel Service 1999 P212,804,150.56 P 75,278,471.40 P 93,641,341.48 2000 P294,575,337.08 P106,373,694.94 P106,067,449.93
  • 42. TABLE NO. 72 REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES CITY OF TARLAC Year Revenue Expenditures Surplus (Deficit) 1997 P143,897,826.53 P138,911,498.19 P 4,986,328.34 1998 P141,342,797.52 P157,679,535.3 (P 16,336,738.80) 1999 P359,121,640.17 P306,204,181.73 P 52,917,458.44 2000 P398,457,328.75 P408,306,630.76 (P 9,849,302.01) 2001 P385,755,946.08 P500,915,300.55 (P 115,159,354.47) TABLE NO. 73 BUDGET FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS YEAR BUDGET 1997 P 145,567,523.19 1998 P 169,779,256.19 1999 P 319,110,000.00 2000 P 459,437,123.00 2001 P 563,518,869.00 6.1.6 Development Needs a) Local Government Organization • Non-functioning Special Bodies such as the CDC, Local School Board, Local Peace and Order Council, and Local Health Board • Need to provide effective internal and external coordination and linkage for effective delivery of services.
  • 43. TABLE No. 74 DISTRIBUTION OF REVENUES BY SOURCE CITY OF TARLAC SOURCE A. Tax Revenue 1. Real Property Tax 2. Local Taxes B. Non-Tax Revenues 1. Earnings and other credits: a. Government Business Operations b. Operating & Service Income 2. Other Incomes a. Loans & Borrowings a.1 Domestic a.2 Foreign b. Other Revenue c. Miscellaneous Income C. Aids and Allotments 1. BIR Allotments 2. Natural Aids D. Others TOTAL REVENUE YEAR 1999 2000 2001 8,432,492.69 15,021,931.74 14,887,010.49 55,010,157.67 56,273,809.14 63,711,841.94 6,730,032.27 7,782,020.13 9,434,394.87 18,725,947.72 21,518,736.25 20,857,580.96 0.00 0.00 0.00 28,532,000.00 0.00 6,000,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 87,251.28 50,961.59 832,798.98 779,663.54 7,987,514.90 1,032,532.84 240,824,095.00 289,822,355.00 268,999,786.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 359,121,640.17 398,457,328.75 385,755,946.08 SOURCE: OFFICE OF THE CITY TREASURER & OFFICE OF THE CITY ACCOUNTANT TABLE No. 75 EXPENDITURE BY OBJECT CITY OF TARLAC OBJECT A. General Government 1. General Administration 2. Government Finance B. Public Welfare & Internal Safety 1. Adjudication 2. Protective Services 3. Social Improvement C. Economic Development D. Operating of Economic/Enterprises E. Other Charges TOTAL 1999 150,009,275.77 10,957,324.39 0.00 17,825,166.47 2,601,831.39 74,139,410.55 14,209,593.38 36,461,579.78 306,204,181.73 YEAR 2000 227,340,699.41 11,536,775.20 0.00 22,142,866.46 4,784,677.12 91,479,403.82 12,652,505.61 38,369,703.14 408,306,630.76 2001 307,708,946.94 11,554,842.41 0.00 26,931,127.08 5,090,218.79 83,079,766.91 14,629,536.89 51,920,861.53 500,915,300.55 SOURCE: OFFICE OF THE CITY TREASURER & OFFICE OF THE CITY ACCOUNTANT
  • 44. b) Local Fiscal Management • Laxity in monitoring of some revenue collections. • Need for data bank and MIS • Absence of Local Revenue Code . c) Others • Strict implementation of the Zoning Ordinance • Absence of local planning policies and guidelines. • Absence of LGU Manual of Operation • Absence of Local Administrative Code 6.2 SECTORAL STRATEGIES W/ IMPLICATIONS TO LOCAL ADMINISTRATION Local administration supports all the other sectors financially through budget allocations, policy and ordinances, and through programs which promote and encourage public participations. 6.2.1 ECONOMIC With the City’s high unemployment rate, increase the following strategies are recommended: • Extensive Training on New Technology Farming • Enhancing Agricultural Support Services • Training and Support for the Livelihood Program • Development Plan for every Barangay 6.2.2 SOCIAL • Ensure peace and order situation in the City • Promote interest in sports and recreation in all barangays to benefit the residents, specially the youth. • Encourage interactions between barangays through programs and organizations. • Require more training on planning especially for those in CPDO.
  • 45. 6.2.3 INFRASTRUCTURE • Enhance the CEO’S capability to plan and implement infrastructure projects that are suited for a growing city like Tarlac. • Regulate and limit the number of public utility vehicles. 6.2.4 ENVIRONMENT • Promote comprehensive waste management program. • Support environmental protection programs. • Strengthen support for the implementation of Zoning Ordinance to protect the scarce resources such as agricultural lands and guide the location of settlements away from environmental hazards and protected lands. • Update the land use map. 6.2.5 FINANCE • Increase tax on idle lands to encourage their utilization for agricultural purposes • Encourage generation of resources through non-traditional sources. • Impose penalties or disciplinary action against citizens who habitually or repeatedly ignore local ordinances and regulations • Impose higher tax rates on property reclassifications such as from agricultural to commercial, industrial and commercialized residential.
  • 46. 6.3. GOALS, OBJECTIVES, TARGETS, POLICIES AND STRATEGIES 6.3.1. GOAL • A well-functioning local government unit with efficient and effective mechanism for delivery of basic services through a responsive policy direction and adequate administrative support. 6.3.2. OBJECTIVES LOCAL ADMINISTRATION • To develop an efficient and effective local government structure responsive to the needs of the city. • To develop an effective mechanism to implement the programs and projects outlined in the CLUP. FINANCE • To develop and maintain a financial management system that ensures maximum and wise utilization of financial resources of the city, and to enhance the capacity for revenue generation. TARGETS • Institutionalize the people’s participation in governance through the involvement of Local Development Council in formulating a long- term socioeconomic development plan and policies; investment programs; investment incentives programs; prioritizing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating plans, programs and projects every fiscal year. • Streamline the transactions in processing the business permits and other activities involving the enforcement of local taxation, and evaluate the said process every the end of fiscal year. • Utilize the institutional development program for city government officials and employees under the Clark Area Municipal Development Project (CAMDP) until the closing of sub-loan in 2004 and other public/private institutions.
  • 47. POLICIES • Receptive to the challenges of good local governance in increasing and expanding the city government’s internal capacity, capability and its resources, both human and financial. • Supportive to the long-term goals of poverty alleviation, improved income and wealth distribution as it prepares the locality as the “Agro-Industrial cum Tourism Hub” of Central Luzon. • Responsive to the needs of its constituency and efficiently deliver much-needed services through partnerships with the private and civil society sectors. STRATEGIES • Encourage private sector participation in local development and in the city’s local Special Bodies. • Enhance private sector participation in investment activities through arrangements that minimize the exposure of the city government. • Undertake investment promotions and introduce tax incentives. • Reduce the cost of doing business and the transaction cost (time, money) involved in government’s taxation and regulatory functions. • Support the creation of a data bank system and installation of a Management Information System (MIS) for more responsive local governance. • Exert full effort to correct actual land area of the city. • Upgrade or enhance the skills of City Government officials and employees who are involved particularly in the areas of planning and public administration. • Minimize annual expenditures particularly on personnel services by promoting computerization of routine procedures and development of programs and software. • Strive for a prudent level of government spending through a more effective system of allocation and efficient utilization of public resources. • Improve the efficiency of local revenue collection. • Maintain peace and order and preserves the locality’s unique cultural heritage that can attract tourists and investors.
  • 48. CITY GOVERNMENT OF TARLAC O R G A N I Z A T I O N A L S T R U C T U R E D I L G PNP BJPM BFP i Office for Human Planning & Develop­ ment Office Budget Office Accounting & Internal Audit Office on Services Office for Legal Services AccountantBudget Officer Services Officer Legal Officer Dev’t. Council Prequalification, Bids and Committee School Board Health Board People’s Enforcement Board Peace and Council Human Resource Management Officer Planning & Develop­ ment Office of the Civil Office on Health Services Office on Population Development Engineering Office Office on l Planning & Design Office for Agricultural Services Office for Environmental & Natural Civil Registrar Health Officer Engineer Architect Agriculturist Environment & Natural Office on Social Welfare & Office on Public Information Services Office for the Development of Cooperatives Development Assessor Social Welfare & Development Officer Veterinarian icer Economic Enterprise Officer O F F I C E O F T H E C I T Y M A Y O R SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD CITY MAYOR CITY VICE-MAYOR SANGGUNIAN MEMBERS Office of the City Adm nistrator SECRETARTY TO THE SANGGUNIAN CITY ADMINISTRATOR Office of the Secretary to the Sanggunian MANAGEMENT SERVICES Sanggunian Secretariat LOCAL SPECIAL BODIES Resources General General City Awards City City Law City Order Coordinator TECHNICAL SERVICES A TECHNICAL SERVICES B Treasury Office Registry Architectura Resources Treasurer Population Officer Resources Officer Assessor’s Office Development Services Office for Veterinary Office for Economic Enterprise Information Officer Cooperatives Off B A R A N G A Y S
  • 49. TABLE No. 76 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM CY 2002 - 2010 CITY OF TARLAC PROGRAM/PROJECT TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION LOCATION ESTIMATED COST (In Million Pesos) IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTING AGENCY STATUS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1 . Improvement of Boundary Arch Modification of the welcome and boundary arch Brgy. Burot 1.000 1.000 LGU Completed 2 Carangian By-pass Road This project entails the construction of Sitio Paninaan, 91.000 91.000 LGU Completed . 1.85 Km. road extending the Aquino Blvd., which will run parallel with the Brgy. Carangian main streets and boulevards linking both the western and southern part of the city. Other related improvements include the upgrading of Aquino Blvd. Exit, concreting of Access Road, Construction of Concrete Slope Protection with Steel Sheet Piles, Fortification of Existing Dike Cut-off Wall using Gabions & Mattresses and Upgrading of Existing Dike along right bank at upstream of Agana Bridge and Illumination of the boulevard. 3 . Construction of Covered Walk Provision of covered walk along the commercial center Ancheta St., Brgy. Poblacion 1.500 1.500 LGU Completed 4 . Upgrading of F. Tañedo Street Upgrading of existing road by concreting and rehabilitation of drainage canal Brgy. San Nicolas 4.000 4.000 LGU Completed 5 Construction of Drainage Canal Installation of reinforced concrete culvert Calle Victorina, 3.300 3.300 LGU Completed . pipes and construction of covered Brgy. San drainage canal Sebastian 6 Construction of Drainage Canal Construction of covered and open Brgy. Sto. Cristo 1.615 1.615 LGU Completed . along McArthur Highway fronting drainage channel adjacent to the main Blossomville Subd. to Metrotown road Mall 7 Construction of Drainage Canal Construction of covered and open Brgy. Sto. Cristo 1.200 1.200 LGU Completed . along McArthur Highway from drainage channel adjacent to the main PRBL Terminal to J. Luna St. road Intersection 8 Construction of Drainage Canal Construction of covered and open Brgy. San Rafael 0.800 0.800 LGU Completed . along McArthur Highway fronting drainage channel adjacent to the main Felomena Subd. To Ungot Creek road 9 Re-construction of Tarlac City Old Reconstruction of one-storey building at Brgy. Poblacion & 125.000 125.000 LGU thru Local . Public Market the same location of the burnt old public market. The ground floor will house the Sto. Cristo Financing Institution dry/variety goods stalls in Building I, and the ground floor of Building II will be utilized as the wet market
  • 50. TABLE No. 76 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM CY 2002 - 2010 CITY OF TARLAC PROGRAM/PROJECT TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION LOCATION ESTIMATED COST (In Million Pesos) IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTING AGENCY STATUS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 10. Geometric Improvement of Construction of rotonda at the Brgy. Cut-Cut I 2.000 2.000 LGU Intersection intersection of P. Burgos Street and F. Tañedo St. 11. Geometric Improvement, Geometric improvement of intersections MacArthur 4.000 4.000 LGU Construction, Installation of Traffic Lights with the installation of traffic lights and pavement markings Highway-Aquino Blvd. Intersection @ Blk. 3, Brgy. San Nicolas 12. Geometric Improvement, Geometric improvement of intersections Aquino Blvd.-P. 6.000 6.000 LGU Construction, Installation of Traffic Lights with the installation of traffic lights and pavement markings Burgos Extension Intersection @ Brgy. Cut-Cut I 13. Construction of Covered Court Provision of sports facilities with TSU Lucinda 2.000 2.000 LGU basketball court, bleachers, sound Campus (Sampu) system, etc. 14. Construction of Class "A" Construction of public comfort room with Tarlac City 1.000 1.000 LGU Comfort Rooms Class "A" facilities Plazuela 15. Construction of Senior Citizen Multi-purpose Shed Provision of adequate facilities for senior citizens Brgy. Maliwalo 0.750 0.750 LGU 16. Widening of Hospital Drive and Concreting of unpaved shoulder and Brgy. San 1.500 1.500 Provincial Gov't. Construction /Rehabilitation of provision of adequate drainage system Vicente Drainage System 17. Construction of City Library Construction of 200 square meters Brgy. Carangian 2.000 2.000 LGU learning & research center for students and researchers 18. Comprehensive Traffic A feasibility study pertaining the traffic Tarlac City 5.000 5.000 LGU Management Plan situation of the entire city and the effects of the proposed extension of NLE 19. Geometric Improvement, Geometric improvement of intersections MacArthur 6.000 6.000 LGU Construction, Installation of Traffic Lights with the installation of traffic lights and pavement markings Highway-F. Tañedo St. Intersection @ Brgy. San Nicolas 20. Geometric Improvement, Construction, Installation of Geometric improvement of intersections with the installation of traffic lights and Zamora St.- Macabulos Drive 4.000 4.000 LGU Traffic Lights pavement markings Intersection @ Brgy. San Roque 21. Construction of Rizal Street Acquisition of road right-of-way at Kent Brgy. Cut-Cut I 16.000 16.000 LGU Extension Lumber, Brgy. Cut-Cut I and concreting of road linking the P. Burgos St. and Zamora St. 22. Geometric Improvement of Geometric improvement of intersections Brgy. Cut-Cut I 15.000 15.000 DPWH Ninoy Aquino Bridge of the bridge and boulevard with the installation of traffic lights and pavement markings
  • 51. TABLE No. 76 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM CY 2002 - 2010 CITY OF TARLAC PROGRAM/PROJECT TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION LOCATION ESTIMATED COST (In Million Pesos) IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTING AGENCY STATUS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 23 . Construction of flood control structures Construction of sluiceway with gates shall be provided at Telesico Creek to check back waterflow effect of the Tarlac San Isidro 10.000 10.000 DPWH River during floods. 24 . Geometric Improvement, Construction, Installation of Geometric improvement of intersections with the installation of traffic lights and MacArthur Highway-San 8.000 8.000 LGU Traffic Lights pavement markings Roque Junction @ Brgy. San Roque 25 . Construction of Bridge President's Bridge Program-Phase II (Austrian-Assisted Bridge Project) Brgy. Maliwalo to Brgy. Ungot 15.000 15.000 LGU/DILG provides the bridge components and LGU will construct the superstructure of the bridge 26 Construction of Overpass Provision of overpass bridge for the TSU, Romulo 4.000 4.000 LGU . Pedestrian Bridge pedestrians within the institutional district Blvd., Brgy. San Vicente 27 Construction of Motor Construction of an edifice & working area Brgy. San 4.000 1.500 2.500 LGU Completed . Pool/Storage Building of GSO for the handling of the equipment, service Sebastian vehicles and storage of supplies. 28 Improvement of city Repair and maintenance of edifices and Various City 21.000 4.000 17.000 LGU . government's offices and provisions of related facilities/equipment Government's acquisition of other Buildings & facilities/equipment Public Utilities 29 Construction of City Jail Provision of adequate and spacious Brgy. Dolores 7.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 LGU/DILG . prison cells and warden's office with acquisition of land 30 . Construction of Covered Walkway Provision of covered walkway along the institutional district Tarlac State University, Tarlac West Central E/S & Tarlac National 5.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 LGU High School Loop 31 . Construction of Rural Health Units Construction of rural health units (RHUs) Various barangays 9.500 3.000 3.000 3.500 LGU 32 Construction and Construction of covered and open Tarlac City 25.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 DPWH . Rehabilitation of Drainange drainage channel with exceptions Canal along McArthur adjacent to the national road Highway 33 Improvement of Resettlement Provision of lighting, water facilities, and Brgys. San 1.500 1.500 1.500 2.000 2.000 2.500 2.500 3.000 3.000 3.000 LGU Continuing project . Sites improvement of road network Rafael, Sapang Maragul & Matatalaib 34 Establishment of Civil Acquisition of land for the establishment Tarlac City 13.000 2.000 4.000 4.000 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 LGU Continuing project . Cemetery & Improvement of of civil cemetery and development / existing civil cemeteries improvement of civil cemeteries
  • 52. TABLE No. 76 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM CY 2002 - 2010 CITY OF TARLAC PROGRAM/PROJECT TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION LOCATION ESTIMATED COST (In Million Pesos) IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTING AGENCY STATUS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 35. Improvement of Rural Health Repair & maintenance of RHU buildings Rural Health 31.000 1.000 2.000 2.500 3.000 3.500 4.000 4.500 5.000 5.500 Continuing Units & Provision of & health facilities, and provision of other Units @ various project medical/health equipment health facilities and medical equipment barangays 36. Component Barangay Job Delivery of certain basic services, Various 181.000 17.000 17.000 18.000 19.000 20.000 21.000 22.000 23.000 24.000 LGU Continuing Generation & Livelihood Opportunities, Projects and capability-building and livelihood projects for all the barangays of the city barangays project Activities 37. Cooperative Development Program Establishment of cooperative fund to support the registered cooperatives Tarlac City 33.000 3.000 2.000 2.500 3.000 3.500 4.000 4.500 5.000 5.500 LGU Continuing program 38. Clean and Green Program Maintenance of public places & major thoroughfares within the city proper Tarlac City 90.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 LGU Continuing program 39. Social Reform Agenda & Provision of honoraria, disturbance Tarlac City 25.300 1.300 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 LGU Continuing Urban Poor Assistance compensation of displaced families and program Program other services 40. Agricultural Development Program Purchase of planting materials, fruit and seedlings and vegetable seeds for distribution to farmers clientele and Tarlac City 49.000 3.000 4.000 4.500 5.000 5.500 6.000 6.500 7.000 7.500 LGU Continuing program purchase of anti-rabies 41. Barangay facilities infrastructure program Construction/maintenance of barangay facilities, such as; barangay hall, stage, plaza, sports facilities, barangay health Various barangays 162.000 10.000 12.000 14.000 16.000 18.000 20.000 22.000 24.000 26.000 LGU Continuing project center, etc. 42. Construction of Local Roads Concreting of five (5) kilometers of barangay roads each year Various barangays 236.000 20.000 20.000 22.000 24.000 26.000 28.000 30.000 32.000 34.000 LGU Continuing project 43. Construction of School Buildings Construction of Typical Classroom Building for Public School Various Public Schools 65.000 4.875 4.875 6.500 6.500 7.150 7.800 8.450 9.100 9.750 DepEd Continuing project 44. Improvement of School Repair & maintenance of school buildings Various Public 111.600 11.200 11.500 11.800 12.100 12.400 12.700 13.000 13.300 13.600 LGU Continuing Buildings & additional educational facilities and & educational facilities, and provision of other facilities and equipment Schools project equipment 45. Construction of Covered Court Provision of adequate sports facilities in Various 69.000 6.000 6.000 7.500 7.500 8.000 8.000 8.500 8.500 9.000 LGU Continuing three barangays each year barangays project 46. Construction of Farm-to-Market Roads Concreting of five (5) kilometers of farm- to-market roads each year Various barangays 193.000 18.000 18.000 20.000 20.000 22.000 22.000 24.000 24.000 25.000 LGU/National-DA Continuing project 47. Local Flood Control & Drainage System Projects Provision of drainage canals and other protective structures at barangay level Various barangays 54.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 LGU Continuing project 48. Construction/Improvement of Construction of typical day care center Various 13.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 LGU Continuing Day Care Centers buildings and maintenance of existing barangays project DCCs 49. Installation and maintenance of street lights Provision of streetlights and replacement of busted lights various thoroughfares 8.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 LGU Continuing project
  • 53. TABLE No. 76 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM CY 2002 - 2010 CITY OF TARLAC PROGRAM/PROJECT TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION LOCATION ESTIMATED COST (In Million Pesos) IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTING AGENCY STATUS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 50. Southern-Eastern By-pass Road This project will provide a bypass route to the North Luzon Expressway that Brgy. Maliwalo to Brgy. Binauganan 34.900 17.900 17.000 LGU thru Local Financing With acquisition of ROW would minimize existing traffic congestion in the town center, and Institution simultaneously facilitate access to development areas in the east of the city by the construction of 800 meter road with 7.3 m wide carriageway. 51. Southern By-pass Road This project will provide a southern route Brgy. San 15.400 6.900 8.500 LGU thru Local With acquisition of to the town center and an access to open up development to the south of the Sebastian to Brgy. San Vicente Financing Institution ROW town center by the construction of 700 meter road with 7.3 m wide carriageway with verges and drainage channels. 52. MacArthur Highway to Masalasa Creek Drainage Construction of 4.2 km. of covered and open drainage channel adjacent to the Brgys. San Roque, Ligtasan, 61.600 2.100 59.500 LGU thru Local Financing Channel main road, alignment will follow the existing drainage channel along eastern Sto. Cristo, San Nicolas, San Juan Institution side of the Mac Arthur Highway and turns east on the Tarlac - Sta. Rosa Bautista and Maliwalo Road and will turn south along an unsealed road serving agricultural land and residential properties before discharging to the Masalasa Creek, where construction of a riprap protection to critical sections of the said creek. 53. Solid Waste Management & Infrastructure Equipments Procurement of dump trucks, bulldozer, grader, rollers, backhoe, water truck, low bed truck, mightyy mite and payloader to be used in the controlled dumpsite and maintenance of the infrastructure Tarlac City 120.000 120.000 LGU thru Local Financing Institution utilities. 54. Improvement of New Wet Provision of adequate comfort rooms Brgy. Mabini 4.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 LGU Market and rehabilitation of drainage system and maintenance of the building 55. Establishment of Controlled Dump Site with material The existing dump site would be converted into a controlled dump site by Prospective sites: Brgys. Armenia, 80.000 20.000 30.000 30.000 LGU recovery facility means of provision of solid waste equipment for material recovery facility San Juan de Mata, Care or and applying engineering intervention pertaining to the waste disposal system Tibagan including access roads leading to the site. 56. Construction, Renovation & Provision of Police Community Precinct Facilities Costruction & Maintenance of PNP Sub­ stations and provision of protective services equipment/facilities various sub­ stations 8.500 1.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 LGU
  • 54. TABLE No. 76 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM CY 2002 - 2010 CITY OF TARLAC PROGRAM/PROJECT TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION LOCATION ESTIMATED COST (In Million Pesos) IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTING AGENCY STATUS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 57. Installation of flood control Provision of pumping stations to pump-up San Nicolas, 5.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 LGU facilities flood water to Tarlac River Carangian, Cut- Cut I & Mabini 58. Improvement of Common Terminal & Construction of Provision of perimeter fence and establishment of an edifice for the Brgy. San Nicolas 5.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 LGU Economic Enterprise Management Office Building economic enterprise management office, maintenance of waiting shed & comfort rooms 59. Construction of National High Construction of two (2) storey 20 Brgy. Tibag 20.000 10.000 10.000 LGU/DepEd School at Western Part of Tarlac City classrooms school building w/ administration, library, laboratory and teachers' rooms. 60. Revival/rehabilitation of Cut- Cut Creek This project envisioned to revive the approximately 3.0 km. creek to alleviate Brgys. Cut-Cut I, Ligtasan, Sto. 100.000 50.000 50.000 LGU/Prov'l. Gov't. the flooding problem within the city proper by means of removal of existing Cristo, San Juan Bautista and structures, excavation and provision of bank protection. This project also aims to Maliwalo improve the environmental condition by means of establishing an ecological promenade park along the project area. 61. Drainage Improvement and Road Widening of Matatalaib ­ Concreting of shoulders on both sides of the road which serves as an exit route of Brgy. Matatalaib 6.000 3.000 3.000 DPWH Maliwalo Road North Luzon Expressway Extension and rehabilitation of drainage canals 62. Rehabilitation of right dike Rehabilitation of rubble masonry Armenia, San 18.800 8.000 10.800 DPWH along O'Donnell River revetments and reinforced concrete Jose de Urquico, frame revetment with foot protection San Luis 63. Rehabilitation of right dike Rehabilitation of rubble masonry Carangian, Cut- 24.000 9.000 15.000 DPWH along Tarlac River revetments and reinforced concrete frame revetment with foot protection cut I, Mabini, San Nicolas, Salapungan, Aguso 64. Rehabilitation of left dike along Rehabilitation of rubble masonry Tibag, San Isidro, 15.200 8.200 7.000 DPWH Tarlac River revetments and reinforced concrete Sinait, Sta. Maria frame revetment with foot protection 65. Road Widening of Tarlac-Sta. Concreting of shoulders on both sides of Brgy. Maliwalo to 30.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 DPWH Concept Paper Rosa Road the national road which serves as an exit route of North Luzon Expressway Brgy. Balingcanaway Extension 66. Construction of San Miguel ­ Concreting of arterial road serving as an Brgy. San Miguel 30.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 LGU/National San Pablo Road alternate route from south to west of the to Brgy. San city Pablo 67. Construction of City Hall Annex Construction of an edifice for the office of Brgy. Cut-Cut I 15.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 LGU Building the sanggunian including the SP's session hall and other city government offices
  • 55. TABLE No. 76 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM CY 2002 - 2010 CITY OF TARLAC PROGRAM/PROJECT TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION LOCATION ESTIMATED COST (In Million Pesos) IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTING AGENCY STATUS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 68. Rehabilitation of Ungot Creek Dredging of creek and provision of Brgy. San Miguel 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 National concrete lining - Brgy. Paraiso - Brgy. Ungot 69. Land Acquisition and Site Development of residential subdivision Tarlac City 15.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 LGU Development for the Local for the city government employees Housing Project 70. Construction of NIA Service Concreting of road along the main canal Brgy. San 25.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 LGU Roads of NIA which serves as an arterial road. Vicente to Brgy. Salapungan 71. Rehabilitation of Masalasa Creek up to Rio Chico River Construction of concrete lining/slope protection and dredging/widening of the creek as major outfall San Sebastian, Binauganan, Ungot, Bantog 40.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 LGU (City & Prov'l) 72. Benig River Agro-Tourism Development of the agriculture industry Brgys. San Juan 23.000 2.000 2.000 3.000 3.000 4.000 4.000 5.000 LGU/DOT/Private Project along the Benig River and its enfluence area. de Mata, Sto. Domingo & Sector Laoang 73. Construction of Home for the Provision of an adequate shelter for the Tarlac City 7.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 LGU/Private Aged/Disabled and its marginalized constituents and its Sector operation/maintenance operation/maintenance 74. Establishment of Rehabilitation Establishment of a rehabilitation center Tarlac City 7.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 LGU/Private Center & its operation and for drug dependents and its operation & Sector maintenance maintenance 75. Construction of Bulsa Bridge Construction of 2 lane pre-stressed concrete deck girder bridge Brgy. Tibagan- Balanti 60.000 30.000 30.000 DPWH 76. Construction of Armenia Bridge Construction of 2 lane pre-stressed concrete deck girder bridge Brgy. Armenia 100.000 50.000 50.000 DPWH 77. Rehabilitation of Telasico Creek Dredging of creek and provision of concrete lining Brgy. San Isidro 2.000 1.000 1.000 National 78. Establishment of Light Reclamation of about 100 hectares and Brgy. San Nicolas 100.000 30.000 30.000 40.000 LGU/Private Industry-Ecological park construction of 7 km. Aquino Blvd. to Brgy. Sta. Cruz Sector-Project Extension Proponent 79. Construction of City Medical Construction of 100-bed capacity hospital Brgy. Tibag 30.000 10.000 10.000 10.000 LGU/Private Hospital with complete medical & laboratory equipment Sector-Project Proponent 80. Construction of Sinait-Sta. Maria Road Concreting of arterial road for the northwestern part of the city to the city Brgy. Sinait to Brgy. Sta. Maria 20.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 LGU proper 81. Establishment of Livestock Construction of livestock auction market Brgy. Tibag 5.000 2.000 1.000 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 LGU Auction Market with weighing equipment and animals' quarters & its maintenance