An efficient and effective localgovernment manned by competent and highly professional public servants Mission committed to provide high quality services in partnership with the civil society and citizenry. Sulong Sablayeño. Maunlad at payapang bayan, may saganang likas yaman at nagkakaisang Vision mamamayang nananalig sa Dakilang Lumikha.
OCCIDENTAL MINDOROExecutive-Legislative Agenda 2011-2013 (HEART-PO) H – Health and Housing E – Education, Employment and Environment A – Agriculture and Poverty Reduction R – Reform and Good Governance T - Tourism PO – Peace and Order
QUICK FACTS The Only First Class municipality in the province Largest municipality in the country (twice as big as Cavite) within the MIMAROPA Region Centrally located in the Province of Occidental Mindoro 155 kilometers away from Abra de Ilog (province’s entry point) and 58 kilometers away Made up ofJoseBarangays: 10 from San 22 coastal, 6 forest-fringe
GETTING TOSABLAYANBy Air – 45-minutes flightfrom manila to San Jose areservice by Cebu Pacific, PAL,Zest Air then 2-3 hrs. travel bybus or van to Sablayan.By Sea – 2 and a halfhr. RO-RO cruise fromBatangas to Abra andthen 3 hr. land travel toSablayan Google Earth
SOCIO-CULTURALPROFILE Mangyan, original inahbitants Population – 89, 412 growing at 1.14% Predominant Religion – Roman Catholic Literacy Rate – 93% Incidence of Index Crimes – 0.04% Incidence of Non-Index Crimes – 0.01%
ECONOMICPROFILE Agriculture as main livelihood followed by fishing Income per Capita- P22,145.87 Major crops are rice, corn and legume Average yields, rice/corn- 5.10/6.40 tons per hectare Agricultural Land is 21,745, Irrigated Area is 6,321 hectares Municipal Waters yield 1,912.35 metric tons
FINANCES2011 INTERNAL REVENUE ALLOTMENT (IRA) 249,512,156.12 Business Tax 3,965,240.58 Community Tax 431,373.46 Occupation Tax 217,410.00 Real Property Tax 910,866.76 Quarry Tax 1,081,174.15 Permits & Licenses 1,676,905.48 Service Income 2,106,497.08 Business Income 4,000,440.89 Other Income 2,291,874.16 LOCAL INCOME 16,681,782.56
ENVIROMENTALPROFILE Ecosystem consists of terrestrial, coastal and marine habitats rich in biodiversity 183,000+ hectares Municipal Waters Type I Climate Topography and Slope- 20% plain along coastal regions to rolling successive ranges of mountains Land Use
LAND USE GENERAL LAND AREA IN PERCENT TO USE HECTARES TOTALBuilt-Up 1,887.70 0.86Agriculture 28,071.48 12.82Swamps/Marshes 150.00 0.07Forest 169,522.00 77.44Special Use 16,683.82 7.62Washed-Out Areas 2,594.00 1.19TOTAL 218,909.00 100 ACTUAL URBAN LAND USE AREA IN HECTARES PERCENT TO TOTAL Residential 89 48 Commercial 12 6 Institution 13 7 Industrial 15 8 Tourism 28 14 Open Spaces 36 19 TOTAL 193 100
TOURISM No. of Tourist No. of No. of Restaurant Arrival Hotels Resorts s • 17,892 • 5 • 12 • 3
AGRICULTU RE Type of Ave. Area(ha Cropping ProductionCommodity Ecosyste Annual ) Season (MT/ha) Yield (MT) m Rice 7,066 Wet Rainfed 4.7 32,371.0 8,380 Season Irrigated 4.6 33,932.0 Corn 7,341 Dry 5.45 40,005.45 HVCC 14.95 Season 0.49 19.42 TOTAL 22,801.95 15.24 106,327.8 7
FISH CATCH Production Products Area in Has. (MT/ha)Assorted Fish 1,771.2 1258.4(Marine) 93.15 93.15Tilapia,Bangus 47.05 48Mud Crab, Shellfish • 1,955 households in the municipality who were engaged in livestock and poultry.
HEALTHFACILITIES HEALTH FACILITY Number Remarks 3 1 Private, 2 Hospital Gov’t RHU 1 Government Barangay Health Center 26 Government Barangay Malaria 3 Government Microscopy Center Medical Clinic 3 Private Dental Clinic 3 Private Drugstore/Pharmacy 8 Private
PORT The existing port in Sablayan, located along the coastal area of the Poblacion serves as municipality’s direct linkage with Batangas Sablayan Feeder Port City and Manila. Cargo vessels dock on the port 3AIRPORT times a week. Around 37-hectare area and located at Barangay Sta. Lucia some 12 kilometers away from the town proper. At the moment, further development has to be done for the facility to meet the required standards and thereby allow flights therein.
INDUSTRYSome of the industries in the municipality consist ofrice mills in Barangay Sto. Niño; bagoongprocessing; and hollow block making.
COMMUNICATION GLOBE Telecom – Internet + Phone and Mobile communication Smart Telecom – Internet and Mobile communication Sun Cellular – Mobile communicationOther means of communication in the municipality aretelegraph, postal, two way radio, Cable TV and FM radio.0COURIER JRS LBC
FINANCIAL •INSTITUTIONS Land Bank of the 1 Philippines • 2 UCPB • 3 Tamaraw Rural Bank • 4 Card Bank •5 Occidental Mindoro Cooperative Bank • 6 M Lhuillier • 7 Cebuana • 8 Pawnshop Palawan PawnshopCREDITINSTITUTIONS • 33 Cooperatives • ASA Foundation of • the Phils. Kauswagan Incorporated
INVESTMENTCODE Tax Ordinance NO. 2011-001 - Grant tax exemption Schedule A Schedule B Municipality’s Municipality’s Ye Business 35% Share Business 35% Share on ar Tax on Real Tax Real Property Property Tax Tax 80% 80% 50% 1 exemption exemption exemption 50% exemption 60% 60% 40% 2 exemption exemption exemption 40% exemption 40% 40% 30% 3 exemption exemption exemption 30% exemption 20% 20% 20% 4 exemption exemption exemption 20% exemption Full 10%
WATER RATES Commodity Charges perClassifi Minimum 11-20 meter 31-40 41-Up cubic 21-30cation Res./Go 208.0 23.00 25.50 27.50 29.5 vt. 0 46.00 51.00 55.00 0 Full 416.0 40.25 44.60 48.10 59.0 Comm. 0 34.50 38.25 41.25 0 Comm A. 364.0 28.75 31.85 34.35 51.6 Comm 0 69.00 76.50 82.50 0 B. total number of households with sustainable access The 312.0 44.2 Comm to potable water accounts to 10,907 or 71 percent of 5 0 the
POWER RATESReside Commercial Industrial Large PB Street Lights ntial 5.0 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 0 1 1 1 1 1 Power is provided by the IPC and the NPC through the OMECO. The total number of energized households accounts to 10,253 representing 67 percent of the total
UNIVERSITY ANDCOLLEGES Polytechnic University of the Philippines Colegio de San Sebastian Occidental Mindoro State College Captain Lawrence Cooper Technological School Dante Esteban Vocational and Technological Institute Inc The municipality has total of 49 schools, 39, of which are for public elementary education.
ProtectiveServices Institutional instruments mandated to execute protective services consist Municipal Peace and Order Council of: Municipal Disaster Coordinating Council Barangay Tanod/ LupongTagapamayapa Philippine National Police Bureau of Fire Protection Municipal Jail Management and Penology Sablayan Prison and Penal Farm Philippine Army
InvestmentOpportunities Agro- industrial Light manufacturing Tourism1 business 2 / processing industries 3 facilities• Fruits, food and • Furniture, wood • Mid-range vegetables crops, business processing furnishing and hotels, motel and• Livestock, poultr cottage other hotel related facilities y, fishing and industries • Theme aqua-culture • Farming/Fishing parks, restaurant• Cold storage Machineries s, food facilities and Tools courts/food• Rice and Corn • Fishing services and food Mills processing chains• Feed Mills • Ice plants • Marts, malls, and• Post-harvest department facilities stores
InvestmentOpportunities Transport Property Institutional4 Facilities 5 Development 6 Development• Air • Business parks • Elementary Transportation • Condominiums Schools• Land • Lost Cost • Secondary Transportation Housing/Real Schools • College and• Water Estate Universities Transportation • Technical Schools • Financing Institution, Banks , Credit/Lending, Institutions and Pawnshops • Moneychangers
Investment Opportunities Development of other environmental- friendly enterprises/ manufacturing/7 production/ basic engineering industries 7. Communication and transporting system 4. Biological and 8. Pharmaceutical natural/ organic and laboratories pesticides and other agricultural 9. Engineering treatments and surveying offices 1. Irrigation 5. Natural/ organic system fertilizers Material and Recovery 2. Potable 6. Herbal Facilities water system medicines development 3. Electric
ROLE AND FUNCTION OF THESABLAYAN ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT (SED) TEAM
ROLE AND FUNCTION OFTHE SED TEAM1. Accelerate Economic Growth Encourage and help community members to improve the production and marketing of their good and services Enhance the capability of community members to establish and manage their own business enterprises Create adequate job opportunities for Sablayeños
ROLE AND FUNCTION OFTHE SED TEAM1I. Achieve Economic Equity Attract appropriate investments internationally and locally give priority to low-income families in the identification of livelihood program beneficiaries
ROLE AND FUNCTION OFTHE SED TEAM II. Ensure Economic Stability Enhance the capability of community members to produce quality good and services Encourage diversification of industries within Sablayan Provide the current needs of business and industry without sacrificing the need of future generations Optimize the use of local resources without
The Role of the Local Economic and InvestmentPromotion Officer (LEIPO)
The Role of the Local Economic and InvestmentPromotion Officer (LEIPO) Facilitate the preparation, coordination, and execution of local economic and investment promotion policies, projects and activities of the municipal government; Facilitate the establishment of an aggressive, systematic, coordinated and sustained promotion and marketing of Sablayan as investment location; Provide basic information about business potentials of the municipality including services
The Role of the Local Economic and InvestmentPromotion Officer (LEIPO) Facilitate the preparation, coordination, and execution of local economic and investment promotion policies, projects and activities of the municipal government; Facilitate the establishment of an aggressive, systematic, coordinated and sustained promotion and marketing of Carmona as investment locations; Provide basic information about business potentials of the municipality including services
LGU’s Goal DEMANDS VS. NEEDS Increase in LGUs income POVERTY translated to ALLEVIATI efficient and ON sufficient THROUGH Internal social service Increase in the TOTAL delivery. constituent and LOCAL External businesses’ ECONOMI income C translated to DEVELOP increase local MENT investment, MSMEs and income-earners.
LGU’s Goal DEMANDS VS. NEEDS PLANNING “Where should we goSITUATIONAL from here?”ANALYSIS “How should we get“Where are we there?”now? •Develop programs andIdentify gaps and service strategies to encourageneeds – should be aware of Phase Phase local investments. 1 2 •Translate thoseall aspects of LocalGovernance through strategies into action;Community-based prioritize in identifying Phase Phase and filling in those pre-Monitoring SystemEVALUATION & 4 3 requisiteCONTROL• Evaluate and gather IMPLEMENTATIOfeedback from Nall stakeholders• Sustain good practices anddetermine necessarycorrective measures.
The Role of the Local Economic and InvestmentPromotion Officer (LEIPO)Establish a local economic database containingrelevant facts and figures; Coordinate with other offices in the promotion ofeconomic activities such as the Planning andDevelopment, Treasury, Budget Office and theSanggunian Bayan; Coordinate with the private sector in investmentpromotion campaigns;
WHY IT WORKS? We foster BUSINESS- DRIVEN Mindset… We act We help We as investors establish meet relationshi mediat their ps and or needs linkages