03 September 2016: *** Gov. Edgar Chatto is among those shortlisted to chair or co-chair the Central Visayas Regional Development Council (RDC) 7 amid the group's reorganization of members for the next three years. ***Tagbilaran City Administrator Leonides Borja said more pay parking slots will be set up in the city following the strict implementation of the clamping and towing ordinance on Sept. 1. *** Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Stella Marie Lapiz announces registration and free vaccination of dogs at the Provincial Veterinarian Office. *** Bohol is one of the exhibitors at the 27th Philippine Travel Mart from September 2-4, 2016 at the SMX Halls 1-4 at the Mall of Asia.*** Starting today, the Tagbilaran City Traffic Management Office will implement the City Ordinance No. C-244, series of 2016 or more popularly known as the Clamping Ordinance. ***Tagbilaran City Clamping ordinance penalties are as follows: P1,000 for 6-wheels & above vehicles; P500 for 4-wheel vehiclea;& P200 for tricycles & motorcycles. *** Towed vehicles in Tagbilaran City shall pay an administrative fine of P1,800 for the first 24 hours and additional P500/day or a fraction thereof after the first 24 hours.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Community: key support in jail decongestion plan

TAGBILARAN CITY, September 16 (PIA)—The planned expansion of local jails facilities would still be naught, with communities still wanting in convincing drug personalities to surrender and stay off the illegal trade. 

That sums up the opinions of Tagbilaran City Police Chief and Bohol District Jail (BDJ) Warden who came to guest the weekly Kapihan sa PIA Thursday. 

Police Superintendent Nicomedes Olaivar Jr., and Jail Chief Inspector Jose Rusylvi Abueva both agree that at the current rate of hauling suspects into jails, expansion projects would be useless. 

Tagbilaran City Police are set to transfer to a new building anytime soon, one with a bigger set of lock up facility, Olaivar informed listeners. 

Meanwhile, BDJ Abueva appraised listeners of Bohol proposal to fund ten more cell blocks for the BDJ. 

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