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VISION

“A Highly Professionalized Legislative Institution”

MISSION

To formulate measures consistent with times, cognizant of the Executive-Legislative Agenda geared towards efficient and effective governance.”

LEGAL MANDATE

The passage of Republic Act 7160 otherwise known as the Local Government Code of the Philippines in 1991 was meant to institutionalize democracy at the local levels of government.  The seed of a new order wherein the growth of Local Government Units (LGU) is the ultimate priority was institutionalized when the Local Government Code became a law.  The challenge of every LGU like Cebu City is to nurture this seed to ensure that this Code will translate into measurable and successful programs supported by legislation.

Local legislation is now more pronounced than ever before, with the promulgation of RA 7160.  In a broader sense, the professional competence and diligence of Cebu City’s legislators, their staff ably supported by the Office of the SP Secretariat is the key that will unlock the implementation of this law.

The Cebu City Government’s legislative branch in its attempt to fully realize its Vision and Mission intends to optimize its function and is a believer in the power of man to analyze and diagnose its unique situation.  It follows the principle that effective and efficient legislation can pave the way for “Excellence in Local Governance”.

The Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) is the law making body of Cebu City.  It enacts ordinances, approves resolutions, and appropriates funds for the welfare of the City and its constituents; the Office of the SP Secretary, provides secretariat support to the city council.

The 11th Cebu City Sangguniang Panlungsod is headed by the Vice-Mayor, Hon. Michael L. Rama and capably supported with eighteen (18) councilors; namely Hon. Christopher I. Alix, Hon. Nestor D. Archival Sr., Hon. Hilario P. Davide III, Hon. Edgardo C. Labella, Hon. Sylvan B. Jakosalem, Hon. Lea O. Japson, Hon. Edwin R. Jagmoc, Sr., Hon. Augustus G. Pe, Jr., Hon. Rodrigo A. Abellanosa, Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba, Hon. Roberto A. Cabarrubias, Hon. Gerardo A. Carillo, Hon. Jose C. Daluz, III, Hon. Richard Z. Osmeña, Hon. Arsenio C. Pacaña, Hon. Eduardo R. Rama, Jr., Hon. Eugenio F. Faelnar and Hon. Rengelle N. Pelayo.  The SP Secretariat Office is headed by Atty. Jose Marie N. Poblete.

The Sangguniang Panlungsod as a legislative body of the City, stands at the center of local governance and through it flows the authority of the governed, thereby empowering the Sanggunian to be able to act decisively in furtherance of social order and human development objectives.

As the legislative branch of the city government, the Sangguniang Panlungsod acts through four (4) basic mechanisms, namely:

  1. Legislative Process – a law making process which authorizes the conduct  of government programs, establishes the functions of the city organization units as well as enhance economic development of the City of Cebu;
  2. Budget Process- which evaluates and authorizes the financial plans and programs submitted by the different executive departments through the Chief Executive;
  3. Oversight Activities – which shall also act as watchdog of the city government properties and guardian of the Public Trust; and
  4. Constituent Service – occurs largely outside of the formal legislative process that provides a useful perspective on public policy formulation.

2009 ACCOMPLISHMENT HIGHLIGHTS  

SESSIONS

The Sangguniang Panlungsod House Rules require the City Council to hold a session every Wednesday of the week and to have at least four (4) sessions every month.  Sanggunian Panlungsod sessions are either classified as a) Regular; b) Special; or c) Executive sessions.  An inaugural session which is held once at every July 1 of each year is considered as a regular session.

A Regular Session is that session scheduled regularly which, under the Sanggunian House Rules, is to be held every Wednesday of the week.

A Special Session is held outside of the regular session schedule in order to tackle important and urgent matters which need legislative intervention.  Special sessions are usually held upon the call of the Chief Executive or by 2/3 of the members of the Council.

Executive Sessions are those called upon by the council to discuss matters exclusively in order to be informed of some important details on that particular matter.  This type of session usually requires the attendance of specific resource persons deemed knowledgeable on the matter.  Considering that the same is investigative in nature, the session does not strictly follow the formalities inherent in a regular session.

The 11th Sangguniang Panlungsod had accordingly complied with the required number of sessions called for in the House Rules.  For the year 2009, the City Council, thus, had held a total of 45 regular sessions, one (1) inaugural session, three (3) special sessions and eight (8) executive sessions as shown in the table below.

Table 1.0. Sessions Conducted by the Sanggunian for the year 2009.

TYPE OF SESSION

NO. OF SESSIONS

January to June

NO. OF SESSIONS

July to December

TOTAL

Regular Session

22

23

45

Special Session

1

2

3

Inaugural Session

0

1

1

Executive Session

3

5

8

The special sessions were specifically held on February 2, October 3, and December 22, 2009.   As a result of the said special sessions, the following notable legislative interventions were passed, viz:

February 2, 2009 Special Session:

  1. The passage of a resolution authorizing the Acting Mayor, Hon. Michael L. Rama to enter into and sign the Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) and other contracts governing the relationship between the Cebu City Government and Filinvest Land, Inc. for the Unincorporated Joint Venture undertaking of a 50.6 -hectare of land at the South Road Properties (SRP); [Resolution No. ’09-1708]
  2. b) The passage of a resolution declaring Sitio Naba, Alaska Mambaling Cebu City in a State of Calamity due to the fire that struck the said area last January 31, 2009 destroying 200 houses and affecting 251 families, more or less, and authorizing the use of calamity funds for the relief operations and rehabilitation efforts. [Resolution No. ’09-1709]

October 3, 2009 Special Session:

  1. The passage of a resolution supporting the declaration of President Arroyo placing the entire country, including the City of Cebu, under a State of Calamity and to initiate pro-active measures that would suppress the possible devastating effects of tropical cyclone “Pepeng” and that calamity funds be utilized for the intended disaster relief operations; (Resolution No. ’09-841)
  2. The passage of a resolution charging against the Calamity Fund the amount of P 10,000,000.00 intended for the disaster relief operations of the City of Cebu in order to prepare and initiate pro-active measures that would suppress the possible devastating effects of tropical cyclone “Pepeng” and any tropical cyclones that may strike our City; (Resolution No. ’09-842)
  3. The passage of a resolution declaring Sitio Regla, Barangay Luz, Cebu City in a state of calamity due to the fire that razed the area and that the calamity fund be utilized for the intended relief operations thereof. (Resolution No. ’09-843)

December 22, 2009 Special Session:

  1. f) The passage of a resolution approving the Committee Report of the Committee on Budget and Finance re: Supplemental Budget No. 8 CY 2009 of the City of Cebu; (Resolution No. ’09-1602) 
  2. g) The approval and passage of City Ordinance Nos. 2222 and 2223 re: Supplemental Budget No. 8 for the General Funds in the amount of P 36.4 million and Special Accounts in the amount of P 115.2 million, respectively for CY 2009; (Resolution Nos. ’09-1603 and ’09-1604)
  3. h) The passage of a resolution approving the request of the HRD, the CTO and the City Administrator to facilitate the immediate release of the cash incentives of all city hall employees. (Resolution No. ’09-1605)

The eight (8) executive sessions, on the other hand, were done to discuss with various concerned individuals or groups, matters which had been brought to the attention of the City Council for its action, resolution or possible legislative intervention.  The table below provides an overview of the executive sessions conducted during the year 2009.

Table 2.0. Summary of Executive Sessions Conducted.

SP RES. NO./ DATE/PROPONENT

DATE OF EXECUTIVE SESSION

SUBJECT MATTER OF THE EXECUTIVE SESSION

ATTENDEES/ INVITEES

Res. No. ’08-1525 dtd Jan. 14, 2009 by Councilor Daluz III

Jan. 21, 2009 @ 11:00 A.M.

Letter of Mr. Maurillo Rallos, Atty.-in-Fact of Rallos Heirs, relative to the case entitled: Heirs of Fr. Vicente Rallos, et.al., vs. City of Cebu, docketed as Civil Case No. CEB-20388, RTC Br. 9

City Legal Office Lawyers/ City Treasurer’s Office/ City Administrator

Res. No. ’09-1724 dtd Feb. 4, 2009 by Councilor Carillo

Feb. 9, 2009 @ 11:00 A.M.

Letter of Atty. Rodolfo P. Golez, OIC-City Attorney re: Summary of the Case entitled: Heirs of Rev. Fr. Vicente Rallos, et.al., CEB-20388, RTC Br.9

City Attorney’s Office/ City Treasurer’s Office/ City Administrator

Res. No. ’09-2682 dtd May 20, 2009 by Councilor Archival, Sr.

June 9, 2009 @ 10:00 A.M.

Request of Tabunan-Cantipla Farmers Association to have a dialogue with City Council relative to their concerns and problems on their farmlands which is now covered by the reforestation project of Gen. Tiburcio Fusillero (Ret.) as authorized by DENR

Members of Tabunan-Cantipla Farmers Association/ Gen. Tiburcio Fusillero

Res. No. ’09-2763 dtd June 3, 2009 by Councilor Davide III

July 7, 2009 @ 10:00 AM.

Further discussion on the proposed establishment of  Cebu City College

Ad-Hoc Committee Members

Res. No. ’09-2833 dtd June 10, 2009 by Councilor Labella

July 15, 2009 @ 10:00 A.M.

Proposed Ordinance of Councilor Daluz with the City Treasurer requested to present a report on the revenues and expenses in the operation of terminals and for the Citom Executive Officer to discuss on the feasibility and logic in the establishment of bus terminals

City Treasurer’s Office/ CITOM personnel led by its Executive Officer

Res. No. ’09-2883 dtd June 17, 2009 by Councilor Labella

July 22, 2009 @ 10:00 A.M.

Complaint of some residents of Kinasang-an Pardo, Cebu City on the alleged inequitable distribution by DWUP of the lots at the relocation site located at Kinasang-an, Pardo and to be enlightened on the procedure set by DWUP on the matter of lot application and distribution

Complainants-residents of Kinasang-an, Pardo represent-ted by Ma. Chona Cabaluna, Mira Irene Congson & Flordeliza Dasmarinas/ DWUP Chief, Engr. Danilo Gabiana

Res. No. ’09-940 dtd Oct. 7, 2009 by Councilor Cabarrubias

Oct. 14, 2009 @      10:00 A.M.

Codification Team to present to the Members of the Sanggunian the Codification Program of the City of Cebu for the SP’s assessment and approval

Members of the City Council and members of the Codification Team

es. No. ’09-1166 dtd Nov. 4, 2009 by Councilor Pe, Jr.

Nov. 11, 2009 @ 10:00 A.M.

For the Cebu City Police Office to brief the City Council Members on whatever measures it may adopt or prepare relative to the current security measures of commercial establishments in the city directed towards the upgrading of their security level in relation to the proposed resolution of Councilor Pacana

Members of the CCPO Police Force

  • Attendance to Sessions:

All members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod are expected to attend all scheduled sessions. Only for a justifiable cause can a member be allowed to be absent during a particular session.  The Sanggunian House Rules even provides that the legislative body may, by a majority vote of the members present during a session, compel the immediate attendance of any member by ordering his arrest and impose on him such applicable sanctions.

For the year 2009, attendance to the scheduled sessions by the members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod was relatively high, with all the sessions meeting the required number of attendees to constitute a quorum. The number of absences noted ranged from as low as one (1) to as high as eight (8), except for one council member who was on an extended sick leave and for another councilor who resigned from office.  Nonetheless, most, if not all of the time, these absences were either due to other official business or covered by a duly approved official leave.

Of all the council members, two (2) councilors, i.e., Hon. Arsenio C. Pacana and Hon. Lea Ouano-Japson, stood out as the ones who were able to register a perfect attendance to all the regular and special sessions conducted (49 sessions).  Hon. Jose C. Daluz III and Hon. Augustus G. Pe, Jr. likewise registered a near perfect attendance at 48; followed by Hon. Roberto A. Cabarrubias with 47 attendance to his credit, while Hon. Edgardo C. Labella, Hon. Richard Z. Osmena and Hon. Eduardo R. Rama, Jr. each registered with 46 attendance to their credit.

Table 3.0  below shows the attendance of the all Council members to the regular sessions held by the Sangguniang Panlungsod.

Table 3.0. Attendance of Council Members in all the City Council Sessions.

COUNCIL MEMBERS

NO. OF SESSIONS ATTEN-DED

NO. OF SESSIONS ABSENT

NO. OF TIMES ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS

*

NO. OF TIMES ON OFFICIAL LEAVE**

NO. OF TIMES ON LEAVE

***

NO. OF TIMES PRESIDED OVER THE SESSION

VM MICHAEL L. RAMA ****

22

 

2

 

 

22

HON. HILARIO DAVIDE III

36

4

-

1

3

16

HON. NESTOR ARCHIVAL, SR.

42

7

-

1

6

6

HON. ARSENIO PACANA

49

0

-

 

-

-

HON. GERARDO CARILLO

45

4

-

 

4

-

HON. RODRIGO ABELLANOSA

44

5

3

 

2

-

HON. RAUL ALCOSEBA

42

7

1

 

6

-

HON. CHRISTOPHER ALIX

30

19

3

 

16

-

HON. ROBERTO CABARRUBIAS

47

2

1

 

1

-

HON. JOSE DALUZ III

48

1

-

 

1

-

HON. EUGENIO FAELNAR

44

5

4

 

1

-

HON. EDWIN JAGMOC, SR.

41

8

-

 

8

-

HON. SYLVAN JAKOSALEM

45

4

3

 

1

4

HON. LEA  JAPSON

49

0

-

 

-

-

HON. EDGARDO LABELLA

46

3

-

 

3

1

HON. RICHARD OSMENA

46

3

1

 

2

-

HON. AUGUSTUS PE, JR.

48

1

-

 

1

-

HON. RENGELLE PELAYO

41

8

4

 

4

-

HON. EDUARDO RAMA, JR.

46

3

-

 

3

-

*On Official Business means that the concerned official’s absence is by virtue of an official travel or commitment either locally or abroad.

**On Official Leave means that the concerned official’s absence is by virtue of other official functions or commitments inherent in his office as a city official or related to his committee that need to be attended to.

***On Leave means that the concerned official’s absence is by reason of being sick or being indisposed and said absence is duly covered by an approved leave of absence.

**** The 25 sessions wherein the Vice Mayor was not the Presiding Officer was when he was the Acting Mayor.


 

For the year 2009, the 11th Sangguniang Panlungsod was able to pass and approve a total of fifty-eight (58) ordinances.  Of the said number, 12 ordinances are administrative in nature, 14 are considered appropriation ordinances, 2 ordinances deals on health, sanitation and environment, 8 ordinances deals on social and economic concerns, 17 ordinances deal on peace and order concerns, 1 ordinance deals on expropriation, while the remaining 4 ordinances deal on tax measures/concerns.

Approved Resolutions

The performance of the 11th Sangguniang Panlungsod for the year 2009 is considerably impressive.  Records indicate that the City Council, as a collegial body, was able to pass and approve a total of 2,097 resolutions dealing with various governmental issues and concerns resulting to a more effective and efficient local governance.  On the average, thus, the City Council was able to pass and approve about 47 resolutions per session.

Table 4.0 shows the breakdown of Ordinances and Resolutions according to the respective category.

Of the total number of resolutions passed, 1,125 deal on administration, 104 resolutions are in the nature of appropriations, 94 resolutions deal on Health, Sanitation and Environment concerns, 607 resolutions deal on Social and Economic concerns, 59 resolutions tackle the Peace and Order concerns, 77 resolutions support Tax Measures while 31 resolutions deal on Expropriations.

Table 4.0. Number of Ordinances and Resolutions Passed and Approved per Category.

TYPE OF MEASURE/CATEGORY

 

NUMBER OF RESOLUTIONS

NUMBER OF ORDINANCES

ADMINISTRATIVE

1125

12

APPROPRIATION

104

14

HEALTH, SANITATION & ENVIRONMENT

94

2

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC

607

8

PEACE AND ORDER

59

17

TAX MEASURES

77

4

EXPROPRIATION

31

1

TOTAL

2,097

58

Table 5.0. Number of Resolutions and Ordinances Authored by Each Council Member.

NAME OF COUNCILOR/ PROPONENT

NUMBER OF RESOLUTIONS

AUTHORED

NUMBER OF ORDINANCES AUTHORED

Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba

49

5

Hon. Christopher I. Alix

135

3

Hon. Nestor D. Archival, Sr.

259

4

Hon. Rodrigo A. Abellanosa

87

6

Hon. Gerardo A. Carillo

311

2

Hon. Roberto A. Cabarrubias

118

2

Hon. Joey C. Daluz III

416

17

Hon. Hilario P. Davide III

45

4

Hon. Eugenio F. Faelnar

46

-

Hon. Edwin R. Jagmoc, Sr.

119

-

Hon. Sylvan B. Jakosalem

149

2

Hon. Lea O. Japson

101

2

Hon. Edgardo C. Labella

289

7

Hon. Richard Z. Osmena

100

4

Hon. Arsenio C. Pacana

267

3

Hon. Augustus G. Pe, Jr.

326

11

Hon. Rengelle N. Pelayo

45

-

Hon. Eduardo R. Rama, Jr.

151

-

TOTAL*

3,013

70

*Note: The total number (3,013/70) exceeds the actual number of resolutions/ordinances passed and approved (2,097/58) as there are resolutions/ordinances that have co-authors, hence, the seeming double count.

 

Referrals and Committee Reports

Matters of first impression or even those already passed upon by the City Council but require a more intent study and deliberation are, as a matter of course, referred to a particular committee for further study, comments or recommendation before the Council finally acts on the same.  The referrals are either directed to a particular committee or to an office in the executive department.  It is worthy to note that a referral to a particular committee is part of the process of the passage and approval of an ordinance.

The referrals, which come in a form of a resolution, necessitates the coming up of a committee report to be made at any given session time, except those matters of urgent character, which need to be reported as soon as possible, preferably on the session immediately succeeding the one in which the matter has been referred to.

Committee reports particularly those which are made out of a referral by reason of a proposed ordinance are generally in writing and signed by at least the majority of the members of the committee.  The significance of the committee report is emphasized by the fact that under the SP House Rules, no proposed ordinance shall be considered on second reading unless it has been reported out by the proper committee to which it was referred to.

For the year 2009, a total of 416 referrals were made by the City Council, 310 of which were addressed to the various committees while 106 were addressed to the other offices/commissions.  Of the 310 referrals made to specific committees of the City Council, only 161 referrals were reported by the concerned committee for a 52% report turnover.

Table 6.0 shows the summary of referrals made to the respective Committee with the total number of reported and unreported referrals for each committee during the year.  Table 7.0 also shows the breakdown of the number of referrals per commission or office.

Table 6.0  Summary of Committee Referrals (Reported & Unreported)

COMMITTEE

OVERALL TOTAL

TOTAL REPORTED

TOTAL UNREPORTED

  1. Committee on Infrastructure

2

 

2

  1. Committee on Education

4

1

3

  1. Committee on Budget & Finance

46

17

29

  1. Committee on Barangay Affairs

3

 

3

  1. Committee on Urban Planning & Development

29

14

15

  1. Committee on Energy, Transportation & Communication

41

8

33

  1. Committee on Social Services

2

1

1

  1. Committee on Laws

123

101

22

  1. Committee on Senior Cittizens

1

 

1

  1. Committee on Historical Affairs

1

 

1

  1. Committee on Public Utilities

1

 

1

  1. Committee on Traffic Management

13

1

12

  1. Committee on Parks & Playgrounds

6

 

6

  1. Committee on Environment Management

8

2

6

  1. Committee on Public Services

2

1

1

  1. Committee on Tourism & Local, International Relations

7

2

5

  1. Committee on Family & Women

1

 

1

  1. Committee on Health

5

4

1

  1. Committee on Housing

5

2

3

  1. Committee on Information Technology

6

3

3

  1. Committee on Public Order & Safety

2

2

 

  1. Committee on Games, Amusement & Sports

1

1

 

  1. Committee on Labor & Employment

1

1

 

TOTALS

310

161

149

Table7.0. Breakdown on the number of referral(s) per commission/ office.

COMMISSION/OFFICE

NO. OF REFERRAL

Cebu City Disaster Coordinating Council (CCDCC) 5

Dept. of Social Welfare Services (DSWS) 2

Parks & Playgrounds Commission 1

City Budget Office 2

Dept. of Veterinary Medicine & Fisheries (DVMF) 1

Dept. of Engineering & Public Works/City Engineer’s Office 4

Cebu City Zoning Board 8

City Legal Office/City Attorney 17

City Planning Development Office (CPDO) 12

Local Housing Board 4

Cultural & Historical Affairs Commission (CHAC) 6

City Health Department 1

Division for the Welfare of the Urban Poor (DWUP) 3

City Traffic Operations Management (CITOM) 7

City Treasurer’s Office 3

Commission for the Welfare and Protection of Children (CCWPC) 1

Human Resource Development Office (HRDO) 1

 

COMMISSION/OFFICE
NO. OF REFERRALS
Personnel Selection Board (PSB)
1
City Appraisal Committee 1
Local Finance Committee
2
Office of the Building Official (OBO)
2
Motorcycle for Hire Regulatory Board (MCHRB)
1
Office of theCity Mayor
2
EMCOI
1
Office of Hon. Pe Jr.
2
Office of Hon. Archival Sr.
4
Office of Hon. Rama Jr.
1
Office of Hon. Daluz III
1
HLURB
1
Liga ng Lupong Tagapamayapa
1
Association of Barangay Councils (ABC)
1
Office of the City Administrator
2
National Water Resources Board (NWRB)
1
Brgy. Apas 1
Brgy. Guadalupe
1
Brgy. San Antonio
1
Brgy. Mabolo
1
TOTALS
106

Public Hearings

Public Hearings are a necessary aspect of the legislative process.  Ordinances, particularly those with penal sanctions and those for taxation purpose, are required by law to undergo a public hearing before the same can be enacted into law.  Such requisite cannot be ignored, lest, an ordinance may suffer an inherent infirmity in its validity.

Public hearings are essentially for the purpose of getting the opinions of various stakeholders who may be affected, one way or another, by the proposed ordinance.  In a public hearing, each stakeholder who may wish to do so is given the chance to speak his mind on what he/she thinks would be the pros and cons of a proposed ordinance and whether or not a stakeholder is in favor of or against the proposed ordinance.

The result of the public hearing is invariably a valuable input in the finalization of the proposed ordinance.  In some cases, the public hearing may even result in the possible scrapping of a proposed legislation if it is determined clearly that the public is very much against the passage of the same and there is clear showing of its adverse implication against the public at large.

For the year 2009, various legislations were proposed to be enacted by the 11th Sangguniang Panlungsod.  As a matter of course, the requisite public hearing for each proposed ordinance was conducted.  On this aspect of the legislative process, truly the Sangguniang Panlungsod cannot be faulted for indeed the August Body dutifully observes and sees to it that this legal requirement of the legislative process is duly complied with.

A total of thirty-seven (37) public hearings were facilitated and conducted during the year (2009) involving the same number of proposed ordinances.  Of the said number of proposed ordinances that underwent public hearing during the year, 14 were passed and approved and finally became a local ordinance.

Table 8.0 shows the summary of Public Hearings conducted during 2009 and other informations related thereto.

Table 8.0 SUMMARY OF PUBLIC HEARINGS CONDUCTED IN 2009

Date

Author/s

Title of Ordinances

Remarks

Dec 9, 2009

Hon. Rengelle Pelayo

Amending the Cebu City Children’s Code

Stakeholders came and Ms. Margot Osmena spoke in favor of the ordinance on behalf of the Children’s Commission. Hon. Pelayo was advised by the City Council that during the final deliberation, she has to look into all the other amended city ordinances pertaining to the Children’s Code, and not only that of the mother ordinance.

Nov 25, 2009

Hon. Augustus G. Pe Jr.

Additional Guidelines on Internet Cafes- Amending Sec. 5 of CO 1901. (Minors are allowed at Internet cafes only up to 9:00 PM and not beyond.)

School-based stakeholders came and spoke.  The DepEd representative thought that minors are allowed only starting at 9:00 PM.

Nov 11, 2009

Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba

Amending Sec. 58 of CO LXIX – (Delivery trucks to bring renewed permits.)

Position papers submitted.  There were no speakers.

October 28, 2009

Members Sylvan Jakosalem and Raul D. Alcoseba

Regulating the Closure of Public roads within the Territorial Jurisdiction of Cebu City, Repealing for this Purpose CO 2131 as Amended.

Chapel presidents and brgy officials invited.

October 21, 2009

Hon. Hilario P. Davide III

Spaghetti Wire Ordinance

Stakeholders attended.

October 14, 2009

Members Daluz III and Osmena.

Granting the RMI Cockpit Franchise to Operate in Inayawan

Stakeholders came except the rep from the parish/ church-based group in Laray, Inayawan.

October 7, 2009

Hon. Nestor Archival Sr.

Requiring all horizontal and vertical developers and general contractors, proprietors and owners of malls and/or commercial establishments and tenants securing or renewing business license, building permits and/or Mayor’s permit to submit to the CTO their list of contractors and subcontractors for construction/project undertaken within the City of Cebu.

Stakeholders came.

September 30, 2009

Hon. Gerardo A. Carillo

An Ordinance Allocating Funds for the Development and Implementation of the Cebu City Comprehensive Package of Social Development and Welfare Services for Solo Parents and their Children, in Accordance with RA 8972, otherwise known as the “Solo Parents Welfare Act of 2000” (Implementation of the Solo Welfare Act )

Stakeholders came to spoke.

September 16, 2009

Hon. Nestor D. Archival Sr.

An Ordinance Implementing and Enforcing the Provisions of RA No 9266 entitled the Architecture Act of 2004 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations, and providing penalties Therefor.

Many stakeholders came and spoke- architects and civil engineers had a debate on who is more accepted by law to sign documents.

September 2, 2009

Hon.Edu Rama Jr

An Ordinance Amending Sections 3 and 5 of CO 1976, known as An Ordinance Creating and Defining the Composition and Function of the Local Small and Medium Enterprise Devt Council of Cebu City

Approved as City Ordinance No. 2206 on Sept. 23, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on Oct. 2, 2009.

 

 

Date

Author/s

Title of Ordinances

Remarks

August 26, 2009

Hon. Arsenio Pacana

An Ordinance Renaming Legaspi Extension Street, Cebu City to India Avenue.

Rep of the Consul from Manila came but had to rush back due to earlier appointment.  But other stakeholders came.

August 19, 2009

Members Pe Jr and Archival Sr.

An Ordinance Amending Section 35, Chapter VIII of City Tax Ordinance No. LXIX, entitled: An Ordinance Revising City Tax Ordinance No. 1 otherwise known as the “Omnibus Tax Ordinance of the City of Cebu”, and Providing Extraction Fees per Cubic Meter on Ordinary Stones, Sand, Gravel, Earth and Other Quarry Materials.

Stakeholders came. Ordinance approved.

July 22, 2009

Members Pacana and Archival Sr.

An Ordinance Establishing the Guidelines for the Use of Fort San Pedro Grounds and its Facilities including the Children’s Playgrounds, Open Space and Parking Area within the Vicinity of Fort San Pedro, Imposing Fees Thereof and for Such Other Purposes.

Stakeholders came.  Approved as City Ordinance No. 2201 on August 12, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on Sept. 9, 2009.

July 15, 2009

Hon. Jose C. Daluz III

An Ordinance Amending Sec. 5 Subpar. (D) of CO No. 1958 entitled: An Ordinance Regulating the Establishment and Operation of Terminals for PUJs and V-hire Vehicles in Cebu City, Repealing CO No. 1773.”

Stakeholders came to speak

June 24, 2009

Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba

An Ordinance Amending Appendix “N” Schedule XV of CO 801 entitled An ordinance Establishing the Traffic Code of Cebu City , as amended by Adding thereto Item No. 105. (both sides no parking) in selected streets of Cebu City

Stakeholders came. Approved as City Ordinance No. 2219 on Dec. 2, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on Dec. 10, 2009.

09-2917- by Pe Jr.- creating an Ad Hoc Committee composed of Members Nestor Archival Sr., (Chairman), Pe Jr (vice- Chair), Japson and Jakosalem to study a holistic solution on the traffic problem of Brgy. Apas.

June 24, 2009

Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba

Amending Appendix “N” Schedule XV of CO 801 entitled An ordinance Establishing the Traffic Code of Cebu City , as amended by Adding thereto Items Nos. 102, 103 and 104.  (both sides no parking) in selected streets of Cebu City.

Stakeholders came. Approved as City Ordinance No. 2219 on Dec. 2, and signed by the Mayor on Dec. 10, 2009.

09-2916- by Archival Sr.- to hold a meeting with the barangay officials of Brgys. Apas and Mabolo, the HOAs, Citom, habal-habal and tricycle drivers’ associations and the Cebu City Traffic Division on July 15, 2009 at 9 AM at the Social Hall.

June 10, 2009

Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba

An Ordinance Amending Sec 11 of Article XIII of CO 801 known as an Ordinance Establishing the Traffic Code for the City of Cebu as Amended. (Disposal of unclaimed vehicles)

Stakeholders came.  Approved as City Ordinance No. 2218 on Dec. 2, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on Jan. 23, 2010.



Date

Author/s

Title of Ordinances

Remarks

June 3, 2009

Hon. Rodrigo A. Abellanosa

An Ordinance Mandating the Lighting up of All Business an Commercial Establishments Situated in the Central Business District (CBD) of Cebu City During Night Time for Public Safety and Welfare, Providing Penalties Therefor, and for Other Purposes.

Stakeholders came.  Approved as City Ordinance No. 2215 on Oct. 21, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on Nov. 3, 2009.

May 27, 2009

Hon. Lea Japson

An Ordinance Enacting a Kasambahay Program in the City of Cebu, Providing Penalties of any Form of Violence as Defined, Providing Protective Measures Therefor and for Other Purposes.

Stakeholders came and spoke in favor, but there are requirements from the City Council with regards to making the proposed ordinance be more consistent with existing national statutes/ laws.

May 20, 2009

Hon. Arsenio Pacana

An ordinance Amending Section 2 of CO 1293, entitled An Ordinance Regulating the Parking of Motor Vehicles in Certain Streets in Cebu City and for other Purposes, as amended by CO 2104.

Stakeholders came; position papers received. Approved as City Ordinance No. 2198 on July 8, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on July 17, 2009.

May 20, 2009

Hon. Roberto Cabarrubias

An Ordinance Amending Section 16.05 Article V of CO 1656, known as the 1996 Revised Zoning Ordinance of Cebu City, Enhancing the Parking and Loading Space Requirements of the City of Cebu. (Additional Parking Space Requirements in buildings and malls, business and commercial establishments.)

Stakeholders came to discuss- especially the architects

May 13, 2009

Hon. Nestor D. Archival Sr.

An Ordinance Regulating the Use and Sale of Plastics, Styrofoam Packaging Materials and Institutionalizing the Use of Biodegradable Containers and Native Bags within the territorial jurisdiction of Cebu City and Providing Penalties for Violations Therefor.

Stakeholders came to discuss and many position papers on this topic.

April 29, 2009

Hon. Rodrigo Abellanosa

An ordinance Amending Sections 3 and 11 of CO 1631 as amended by CO 1996, known as an Ordinance Prohibiting and Penalizing the Giving to and Soliciting by Mendicants of Cash or any Material Goods in Public Places, Buildings and Offices, as well as Any Business or Commercial Establishments, as Amended. (Anti-Mendicancy Ordinance)

Stakeholders came- two brgys particularly not in favor and wants the ordinance reviewed- Sto Nino and Pahina Central

April 22, 2009

Members Carillo, Davide III, Pe Jr. and Osmena

An Ordinance Modifying the Provisions of CO 1656 as amended, known as the 1996 Zoning Ordinance of Cebu City, by Declaring All Lands Acquired under Act 1120 as amended be Devoted for the Purpose for Which they were Acquired and for Other Purposes. (Friar Lands Act)

Stakeholders came- especially the lawyer- representative from the Provincial Capitol.  Approved as City Ordinance No. 2193 on May 13, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on May 26, 2009.

 

Date

Author/s

Title of Ordinances

Remarks

April 15, 2009

Hon. Richard Osmena

An Ordinance Amending Sec. 8 Article XXIV (Miscellaneous Provisions) of CO 801, known as an ordinance Establishing a Traffic Code for Cebu City.

Stakeholders came; position papers submitted.

April 15, 2009

Hon. Sylvan Jakosalem

An Ordinance Amending Sections 1,2,3 and 4 of CO 1784 and Sec 2 of CO 1837.

Stakeholders came; position papers submitted. Approved as City Ordinance No. 2214 on Oct. 14, 2009 and approved by the Mayor on Nov. 16, 2009.

April 1, 2009

Members Pe Jr., Jakosalem, Alcoseba and Faelnar

An Ordinance Regulating the Operation of Single/ Solo motorcycles for Hire in the City of Cebu and Providing Penalties for Violations Thereof.

Stakeholders came; position papers received.

March 25, 2009

Members Daluz III and Davide III

An Ordinance Creating the Auction Sale Tax Operation Management (ASTOM) and Providing for the Rules, Guidelines, Conditions and Procedures in the Conduct of Auction Sale of Real Properties Pursuant to Sections 176 and 258 of RA 7160, known as the Local Government Code of 1991 Due to Real Property and Other Local Tax Delinquencies and for Other Purposes such as Sale of Properties of Cebu City Government as a Result of Auction.

Stakeholders came to discuss, including the Acting City Treasurer Renee Empaces.

March 18, 2009

Hon. Roberto A. Cabarrubias

An Ordinance Amending Sec 37 of CO No LXIX, known as The Omnibus Tax Ordinance of the City of Cebu, as Amended. (Amendatory ordinance for single uniform professional taxation of P300.00 per annum and to include in the list teachers, certified electricians, certified automotive mechanics, and certified master plumbers.)

Stakeholders came. Teachers not in favor.

March 4, 2009

Hon. Edgardo C. Labella

An Ordinance Amending Section 15, Article XIX of CO 801, known as An Ordinance Establishing a Traffic Code for the City of Cebu. (Lights of cars.)

Stakeholders came to discuss lights of cars- white and yellow- helium.

February 18, 2009

Hon. Augustus G. Pe Jr.

An Ordinance Amending by Addition Article 5, Section a4, Item 6 of Zoning Ordinance No. 1656 entitled 1996 Revised Zoning Ordinance of the City of Cebu.

Stakeholders came. Approved as City Ordinance No. 2180 on March 18, 2009 and approved by the Mayor on April 4, 2009.

February 11, 2009

Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba

An Ordinance Further Amending Appendix “E”, Schedule V of CO 801, known as An Ordinance Establishing the Traffic Code of Cebu City, as amended by Excluding Noli Mi Tangere St. from one-way-streets and Declared as two-way Street in the City of Cebu.

Stakeholders came. Approved as City Ordinance No. 2200 on July 8, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on July 17, 2009.


Date

Author/s

Title of Ordinances

Remarks

February 4, 2009

Members Daluz III, Pe Jr and Alcoseba

Providing for a Comprehensive Regulation for the Registration and Operation of Motorized Tricycles Repealing for the Purpose Ordinance Nos. 1436, 1541 and 1717.

Stakeholders came.

January 28, 2009

Hon. Hilario P. Davide III

An Ordinance Amending Section 3, Article III of CO 801, known as An Ordinance Establishing a Traffic Code for the City of Cebu.

Approved as City Ordinance No. 2172 on Feb. 11, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on March 2, 2009.

January 21, 2009

Hon. Edgardo C. Labella

An Ordinance Amending Section 15, Article XIX of CO 801, known as An Ordinance Establishing a Traffic Code for the City of Cebu. (Lights of cars.)

09-1604- to hold a second public hearing on March 4, 2009 to invite car dealers.

January 14, 2009

Hon. Nestor D. Archival Sr.

An Ordinance Imposing Entrance Fee to the Cebu City Zoo.

Stakeholders came.  Approved as City Ordinance No. 2173 on Feb. 11, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on March 2, 2009.

January 14, 2009

Hon. Augustus G. Pe Jr.

An Ordinance to Establish the Cebu City Dormitory and Providing Guidelines Thereof.

Stakeholders came.  Approved as City Ordinance No. 2174 on Feb. 11, 2009 and signed by the Mayor on March 9, 2009.

Appearances

As part of the Constituent Service mandate of the Sangguniang Panlungsod which enables it to veer outside the formal legislative process, the City Council may from time to time require particular personalities to appear in order to provide some insights, perspectives and informations on matters which would prove as useful tools in public policy formulation.  In the exercise of this power and mandate, the City Council caused the invitation of various personalities and representatives of different entities to appear during the regular sessions.

For the year 2009, a total of 24 appearances of various resource persons were facilitated.  The scheduled appearances either paved the way for the enactment of the needed legislative intervention (e.g. approval of resolution/ordinance amending the terminal ordinance) or facilitated the implementation of some needed development project (e.g. approval for the supply of bulk water for selected barangays) or provide an update of the status of implementation of health and sanitation projects (e.g. Dengue Prevention Programs at Barangay level). Table 9.0 shows the details of the scheduled appearances facilitated by the City Council.

Table 9.0 List of Requests for Appearances and Related Invitations in 2009

Date

Author/ Authors/ Participants

Topic of Appearances

Remarks

Dec 9, 2009

09-1198 Cabarrubias

Why the prices of oil in Cebu are more expensive compared to other regions in the country

Manila-based execs of oil companies came over to discuss and answer queries on the matter particularly on the reason of the oil price discrepancy

Nov 11, 2009

Brgy Basak San Nicolas

Dengue Prevention Program

Brgy. Basak San Nicolas Program on Dengue Preventions presented

Nov 11, 2009

09-1166 Pacana (Executive session)

Security measures of CCPO on commercial establishments and malls

Closed door meeting/session on security measures being adopted

October 21, 2009

Brgy Kamputhaw

Dengue Prevention Program

Brgy. Kamputhaw Program on Dengue Prevention presented

October 14, 2009

Codification Team

Status Report of the Codification of City Ordinances

All committees of the City Council have to render committee reports prior to finalization of the Cebu City Code

October 7, 2009

09-702 Labella

Appearance of Fulgencio Revalde of FDRCon Company re: Management of Inayawan Sanitary Landfill

MOA has to be looked into because some major items have not been considered.

September 23, 2009

Meeting

Members Daluz III, Pe Jr. and Alcoseba

Ordinance Providing for a Comprehensive Regulation for the Registration and Operation of Motorized Tricycles Repealing for the Purpose COs 1436, 1541 and1717.

Many tricycle drivers and operators attended at the Caucus Room. Councilor Daluz III would have wanted that  Councilor Abellanosa was around to further discuss his comments with the stakeholders.

September 2, 2009

Ms. Ma. Concepcion Encabo, Secretary CCDC

To enlighten why items 11, 11.2 and 11.3 of the Aug 14-Agenda CDC meeting were not acted upon especially the proposed projects of Brgys Sambag II, Capitol Site and Carreta, Cebu City

Engr. Encabo reported that the reason for the CDC’s inaction was due to the lack of quorum at the time when the matter was tackled

August 26, 2009

09-434

Appearance of Pilipinas Water Resources Inc. to present proposals for supply of bulk water from Banawa, Camp Marina and Lower Busay.

The matter was accordingly referred to the Committees on Environment, Laws and Energy, Transport, Communication & other Utilities


Date

Author/ Authors/ Participants

Topic of Appearances

Remarks

August 26, 2009

09-449-A Brgy Officials of Brgy Basak, Pardo

Members of the Emergency Response Team of Brgy Basak, Pardo to present their achievements and programs in providing medical and disaster assistance to the constituents of Cebu City despite lack of funds

Presentation was made.  Members of the Emergency Response Team were lauded by the City Council

August 19, 2009

Hon. Harry Canete of Brgy Guadalupe

Dengue Preventeion Program

Brgy. Guadalupe program on Dengue Prevention was presented..

August 12, 2009

Barangay officials of Brgys Mabolo and Guadalupe

Dengue Prevention Program

Only Brgy. Mabolo made a power point presentation on their dengue prevention program. Brgy Guadalupe is re-scheduled

August 7, 2009

Officials of Brgys Labangon, Talam-ban and Lorega San Miguel and representative of CCMC.

Dengue Prevention Program

Some Barangays made a power point presentation; others rescheduled.

August 5, 2009

 

Brgy Talamban

Dengue Prevention Program

Brgy. Talamban program on Dengue prevention was presented

July 22, 2009

CCMC, CHD, Labangon, Mambaling, Talamban

Dengue Prevention Program

Invitees made their respective presentations

July 15, 2009

Meeting

Hon. Raul D. Alcoseba  (meeting)

Amending Appendix “N” Schedule XV of CO 801- Establishing the Traffic Code of Cebu City

Stakeholders from Brgy. Apas and Mabolo came – including barangays officials, tricycle drivers and subdivision homeowners to discuss.

July 15, 2009

Natl Water Res Bd. MCWD,Water Res Ctr, CUSW, Hydronet

Re: water resources, extraction and rehabilitation of water in Cebu City

09-109- by Pe Jr.- CUSW and USC-WRC to submit to the City Council a comparative study/ data on the cost analysis of extracting water from the ground vis-à-vis the cost of utilizing surface water.

 

Date

Author/ Authors/ Participants

Topic of Appearances

Remarks

July 15, 2009

(to check details in the actual agenda as dated.)

Members of the Local Finance Committee headed by Tessie Camarillo and Arnel Tancinco.

Present a report on the revenues on operation of terminals of PUJs and V-Hire vehicles

Ms. Emma Villarete of CTO to apprise the members of the City Council on the actual financial status and forecast of Cebu City.

July 7, 2009

Members of the Ad Hoc Committee

09-2763 Establishment of the Cebu City College

Ad Hoc members came; Status Report presented

June 17, 2009

Appearance

Mr. Edmundo Veloso, Manager, Visayas manager of Small Power Utilities Group (SPUG) of Napocor to enlighten and present to the members of the City Council what missionary electrification projects they have petitioned before the ERC especially for Cebu City’s remote barangays.

Invitees came. Discussion and presentations made.

April 16, 2009

Carillo

Setting-up of the Cebu City College; formation and meeting of the Ad Hoc Committee

Plans were made including proposal and budget.

March 18, 2009

PSALM/ERC Representatives

Duly authorized representatives of PSALM, ERC and Transco to answer queries on various concerns, including but not limited to the question on how the money goes, especially those coming from the consumers of Cebu City, and that are remitted to them by VECO.

Those invited came to discuss the pressing concern on the .

February 11, 2009

Appearance

Mr. Jose Ibareta, President and CEO of PSALM to answer queries on how the residents of the province and the City of Cebu can benefit from more or less Php 6 Million monthly remittance of VECO, intended for Universal Charges for both missionary electrification and water shed rehabilitation purposes.

City Councilor Labella reiterated the request for PSALM to appear on March 18, 2009 at 1:30 PM, and also requesting the presence of ERC, Transco of their duly authorized representatives;

Councilor Davide III in a resolution expressed the City Council’s disappointment over PSALM’s non-appearance today.

 

Date

Author/ Authors/ Participants

Topic of Appearances

Remarks

February 4, 2009

Appearance

Mayors and Vice Mayors from Region 6 for Cebu City Government’s Financial Aide distribution relative to Typhoon Frank.

Participants from Cadiz City-Mayor Salvador Escalante Jr and VM Samson Mirham; Janiuay- VM Paulino Pairian; Roxas City- VM Ronnie Dadivas; Iloilo City- Treasurer Helen Tugado; Cabatuan City- VM Ronilo Caspa and Sta. Barbara- Mayor Isabelo Maquino

 


Budget Hearings/Reviews

The power to appropriate is generally vested with the Sanggunian Panlungsod.  It is this “Power of the Purse” that enables the Sanggunian to act as the fiscalizer, in the sense that, by requirement of law, all budgetary requirements and financial plans of the City government requires the imprimatur of the council.

By reason of this power which allows the council to evaluate and authorize all financial plans and budgets submitted by the Chief Executive, the budgetary process as laid out and followed necessitates the conduct of budget hearings/reviews during which, all concerned department heads will be given the opportunity to present and defend, if need be, the requested appropriation for eventual approval.  As all budgetary appropriations are necessarily covered by an appropriation ordinance, which only the council is authorized to enact, it goes without saying that budget hearings/reviews are an inescapable part of the budget process.

For the year 2009, the 11th Sanggunian Panlungsod, in fulfillment with its mandate, was able conduct twelve (12) budget hearings/review resulting to the passage of eight (8) Supplemental Budgets and the Annual Budget for the year 2010.  Table 10.0 shows the schedules of the budget hearings/reviews conducted in 2009.

Table10.0  Schedules of Budget Hearings Conducted in 2009.

Date

Budget Review

Remarks

December 18, 2009

Budget Hearing on SB 8 CY 2009 of the General Fund Budget of Cebu City to cover expenses for various priority projects, supporting the realignment from Current Appropriations from some items in the Annual and Supplemental Budget 7 as certified by the CTO, in consonance with Sec 321 of RA 7160 or the Local Government Code of 1991.

Held at the SP-HRD Office and as there were some documents that needed to be incorporated, a Special Session was scheduled to be held on December 22, 2009 to discuss the same with updated attachments.

Nov 9, 10, 12, 13, 2009 at 1:00 PM

09-1076-A Budget Review of the Annual Budget for 2010- participated by dept heads, brgys and NGOs

As scheduled- There was some sort of confusion because of the dates and expected participants on the succeeding days

October 2, 2009 at 1:00 PM

09-836-Budget Hearing on Supplemental Buget 7 at the Caucus Room

With all department heads

August 14, 2009 at 10:00 AM

09-376 Budget Hearing on SB 6 specifically for Citom and the Market Division to explain.

With all department heads

August 11, 2009 at 1:00 PM

09-320-A Budget Hearing on SB 6 CY 2009 at the Caucus Room

With all department heads

June 24, 2009 at 10:00 AM

09-2912-A Budget Hearing on Supplemental Budget 5 at the Caucus Room

With all department heads

June 2, 2009 at 10:30 AM

09-2753 Budget Hearing on SB 4 CY 2009 at the Caucus Room

With all department heads

May 18, 2009

09-2579 dated May 6, 2009

requesting the Local Finance Committee and the Office of the City Attorney to study and prepare the necessary recommendation pertaining to the concerns, as stated therein, which will be discussed in a hearing; and for the Budget and Finance Committee to call a hearing to discuss and address the concerns and enjoin the attendance of all concerned parties on May 18, 2009 at the Caucus Room of the Cebu City Hall Legislative Building.

 

Date

Budget Review

Remarks

April 17, 2009

2 PM

09-2333-A dated April 15, 2009 by Councilor Daluz III

 

 

 

 

 

On two proposed ordinances. entitled:  “AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE REVERSION OF THE CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS UNDER THE GENERAL FUND, ITS SPECIAL ACCOUNTS AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FUND” and the proposed ordinance, entitled:  “AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2164 KNOWN AS THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND AND ITS SPECIAL ACCOUNT (Utilities and Economic Enterprises, Credit/Special Financing, Local Development Fund and Other Special Accounts of the City of Cebu covering Calendar Year 2009)”.

March 9, 2009 at 11:00 AM

09-2025-A Budget Hearing on SB 3 CY 2009

With all department heads

February 16, 2009 at 10:30 AM

09-1841-B Budget Hearing on Supplemental Budgets 1 and 2 of CY 2009 at the SP Caucus Room

With all department heads

 


Other Accomplishments

Aside from being a law-making body which is the inherent function of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, it is likewise vested under the law with other equally important responsibilities which form part of its overall mandate.  For one, the Constituent Service mandate of the City Council allows it to perform, to some extent, some executive and even quasi-judicial functions occurring largely outside the formal legislative process and pursuant to the overriding concern for the general welfare.

By virtue of this Constituent Service mandate, the 11th Sangguniang Panlungsod was able to perform some notable accomplishments for the past year.  This report, however, does not attempt to provide the specific details of the accomplishments nor pretend to portray/narrate all the respective accomplishments as the Office begs to defer to the concerned council member, through his/her respective office, to make a comprehensive report on the matter.

Outside of their mandated legislative functions, the following are some other notable accomplishments of the 11th Sangguniang Panlungsod:

  • Settlement of Barangay Boundary Dispute (Lahug and Luz)

Pursuant to its mandate as outlined in the Local Government Code, the City Council had formally tried the boundary dispute between Barangay Luz and Barangay Lahug pursuant to a formal complaint filed by Barangay Luz.  The trial of the case happen, as a matter of course, considering that, despite efforts to do so, no amicable settlement was reached between the contending parties.

Trial is still on-going with the complainant already resting its case. The next hearing will already be for the presentation of evidence for the respondent barangay.

  • Disaster Prevention and Response activities
  • Dengue Prevention Activities
  • Other Committee Initiated Activities
  1.  Solid Waste Management Program
  2.  Sanitary Landfill Improvement Project
  3.  Health Care Benefits for qualified beneficiaries
  4.  Sports Activities
  5. Youth Development Programs
  6.  Job Placement Programs
  7. Training and Manpower Development
  8. Facilitate the conduct of Mass Weddings
  9. Conducted barangay level pulong-pulong in aid of its legislative functions
  10. Facilitated for the electrification of some remote upland barangays

OFFICE OF THE SP SECRETARIAT

The Sangguniang Panlungsod Secretariat Office is basically mandated to provide secretariat support to the City Council in the performance of the latter’s mandated duties and responsibilities.  As such the Secretariat Office’s performance, and to a greater extent, its accomplishments is very much related to and intertwined with that of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, albeit not in a direct, but rather in a support role.

Service Categories

The services provided by the SP Secretariat Office may be divided into the following service categories, to wit:

1. Agenda Preparation and Production

This involves the preparation of agenda and other related documents necessary for the efficient and orderly conduct of every session.  The objective and primordial consideration is to ensure that all preparations are in order and completed on time.  Towards this end, the concerned SP staff are required to attend all sessions of the City Council to keep record of all important matters being deliberated by the council including, but not limited to, referrals, approved and pending ordinances, resolutions including those scheduled for deliberation, schedules of public hearings, appearances, etc., in order to have some sound basis in the preparation of the next agenda as to matters that need to be included therein.

2. Documentation and Minutes Production

This involves the preparation of all official documents of the City Council which invariably are the products or outputs of the sessions conducted.  The resulting vital documents that will be produced include: a) Minutes of all sessions; b) Excerpts of Minutes; c) Approved Resolutions; d) Approved Ordinances; e) Resumes; f) ACTA’s and g) Committee Reports.

The preparation of these official documents will necessarily involve a conscientious proofreading and checking of grammatical errors prior to the final encoding of a particular document (resolution/ordinance/committee reports).

3. Administrative Support

This support service mainly involves the provision of backstop administrative services to the Sangguniang Panlungsod which include, but are not limited to, records management, personnel management, provision of office supplies as well as the publication and posting of notices of public hearing, ordinances, and resolutions, among others.  The recent set-up in the procurement program of the City government, however, has made the respective offices of the City Councilors independent from the SP Secretariat Office in terms of provision and acquisition of office supplies and materials considering that each office is already required to prepare their annual procurement plan which will be considered and included in the overall procurement program of the City government.

4. Equipment/Logistics Support

Equipment and other logistics requirements of the respective City Councilor offices are also provided to the City Councilors by the SP Secretariat Office even as they are not precluded from making their own procurement plan and requests for actual procurement.  Incidentally, the equipment requirements that need to be attended to by the SP Secretariat Office not only includes the City Councilor offices but also its own office and that of the session hall, social hall, caucus room and the SP HRD which until now are still to be provided with the needed advanced technology audio-visual and other office equipment.

5. Special Projects and Activities

Aside from the mainstream activities and responsibilities, the SP Secretariat Office also handles and implements some so-called special projects and activities which may be assigned to the office from time to time.  It may be worthy to note that considering the nature of these projects, some outside expertise are being tapped to extend assistance towards the completion of the project.


SPECIAL PROJECTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES

Aside from the regular mandate and responsibilities of the SP Secretariat Office as mentioned above, the office also performs other duties and functions which equally require much time, effort and attention.  These responsibilities are referred to as Special Projects and/or Special Activities and do not follow a typical schedule in terms of occurrence and output delivery which somehow made some of these responsibilities difficult to accomplish.

Codification Project

The Codification of the Cebu City Ordinances is a historical and active document depository of 2,141 ordinances that were enacted since 1945 up to March 31 of 2008.  The process of codifying is to reduce, simplify, and classify all these ordinances into one new Code that provides easy guidance and reference to legislators and the public.

The task of codifying was outsourced to the University of Southern Philippines Foundation-Center for Local Governance (USPF-CLG) in 2008 with a project grant of P2.1 million as NGO assistance from the Cebu City Government.  The project which started in January 2008 was completed in June 2008 and three (3) sets of Books, namely: Book I – Compendium of ordinances, Book II – Existing City Codes, and Book III – Book of Recommendations, were launched in July 1, 2008 after the inaugural session of the 11th City Council.  Gracing the  affair, were Vice-Mayor Michael L. Rama, USP President Alicia P. Cabatingan with the USPF Codification Team.  Also during the book launching, twenty-five (25) including the  Assistant City Secretary, seventeen (17) Executive Assistants from the various legislative offices as well as some SP Secretariat staff for having completed their training on the Amendment Application Protocol (AAP) system that ensures the continuity of the codification beyond the project life.

In addition to the hardbound copies of Books I to III, digital copies are likewise stored in the computer database thru a system program for easy retrieval and printing which was turned over by the USPF-CLG to the Sanggunian.  Both the software and hardware can be accessed at the SP e-library, 4th floor, of the Legislative Building.  Researchers from within the SP and even from outside the City Hall have made use of these books.  Although there is already available database, these have not been uploaded in the City Government website until now.  Hon. Roberto A. Cabarrubias, Chair of the Committee on Information technology of the City Council, is now coordinating closely with the MICS office for establishing a website for the Cebu City Code.

Towards the latter part of 2008, an evaluation of the output of the USPF, which was led by Vice-Mayor Rama, pointed out that the books delivered were mere compilation of the Cebu City Ordinances and existing Codes.  The project fell short of producing a single Master Code.  In February 10, 2009, a memorandum was issued by then Acting Vice-Mayor Hilario P. Davide III creating the Cebu City Hall Codification Team led by Hon. Cabarrubias, to come up with a single New Code.

After working for several months, the Team was able to draft the proposed Cebu City Code which was submitted to the City Council on October 14, 2009.  The proposed ordinance entitled “An Ordinance Enacting the Cebu City Code of 2009” contains all existing ordinances that were classified and categorized into the following Chapters: Charter and It’s Powers; General Provisions; Personnel and Administration; Revenue and Finance; Health and Safety; Public Peace, Morals and Welfare; Vehicles and Traffic; Public Services; Building and Construction; Zoning; and Miscellaneous Provisions.  The draft Cebu City Code is now being referred to the various committees of the City Council and to the different executive departments for comments and recommendations. As of this date, only the Committee on Laws, Housing and Health and Hospital Services have rendered their Committee Reports.

Laserfiche Technology

This project involves the electronic archival of all approved resolutions and ordinances of the Sangguniang Panlungsod using the Laserfiche Technology.  Laserfiche is a search engine software used in the storage and retrieval of documents that have been scanned through Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to facilitate the search by use of keywords and wild searches.

Being a component of the planned SP Management Information System (SPMIS), the output of the said project is also a very useful input in the codification project.

Legislative Tracking

This project is another component of planned SPMIS, the Legislative Tracking project shall be used to track the processes paper trail and status of resolutions and ordinances particularly in terms of implementation.  The project is intended to provide assistance to the SP in the formulation of needed legislative intervention through a comprehensive research and tracking of ordinances.

This project is still in the preparatory stage and full implementation will be done upon the hiring of the additional staff of the SP.  Also to be able to fully carry out the legislative tracking, the SPMIS project will also be made fully operational.  The SPMIS is the planned comprehensive information system that facilitates the SP operation starting from the Agenda to Resume’ and Minutes Production.

The other activities which form part of the responsibilities of the SP Secretariat Office include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. Facilitated the conceptualization and setting-up of the SP Exhibit during the 2009 Cebu City Chartered Day Celebration wherein the SP exhibit entry was awarded the 2nd Price;
  2. Facilitated in the awarding of Outstanding Cebuanos in the persons of Mr. Cesar Pelarca of MCWD and Dr. Ramon del Fiero of the University of San Carlos through SP Resolutions.  Actual awarding was made during the flag raising ceremony of the employees;
  3. Facilitated the preparation and conduct of the City Council Inaugural Session on July 1, 2009;
  4. Assisted the Philippine Councilors League and the Vice Mayors League of the Philippines particularly in the holding of the PCL’s Island Congress and the VMLP’s National Conference of Local Legislative Bodies;
  5. Facilitated the conduct of the North and South Tour for the SP Personnel which was intended to gain insights and knowledge on the culture and tradition of the places visited and to foster camaraderie among SP employees;
  6. Participated in the DILG Local Legislative Award and facilitated the completion of entry documents for such prestigious award system which intends to recognize the exemplary performance of sanggunians.  The period to be considered for the search is the performance within July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2009. The primary objective of the award which the Cebu City Sangguniang Panlungsod is vying is to accord official recognition to the sanggunian that excel in legislative laws that ultimately contribute to the attainment of desirable socio-economic and environment outcomes.  The submission of the entry was spearheaded by the Office of Councilor Lea O. Japson;
  7. Attended various seminars and other meetings and fora initiated by the PLEASES, INC.;
  8. Provided comments and inputs on matters referred by the Vice Mayor to the Office;
  9. Attended to request for the use of the social hall, caucus room and HRD Room and ensure the orderly bookings of the requests.
  10. Attended meetings when called for by the Vice Mayor and other offices.
  11. Made initial research, study and analysis on the status of created commissions in the Cebu City government and the extent of their accomplishments vis-à-vis their respective mandates.

Table 12.0. Physical Performance Targets and Accomplishment Indicator of the SP Secretariat Office.

Programs/Projects/Activities

Final Output & Indicators

AGENDA DIVISION

  • Prepare  Agenda for the City Council Sessions
  • Ensure that all preparations for the efficient conduct of session are in order
  • Attend to all sessions of the City Council: regular, special and executive sessions
  • Keep track of all referrals for committee reports, whether pending or rendered
  • Keep track of all ordinances ready for final deliberation
  • Keep track of all pending ordinances

 

  • City Council Agenda per session are prepared
  • Preparations for the session are completed

 

  • Council sessions properly attended

 

  • Referrals for committee reports monitored and quarterly reports prepared
  • Ordinances for final deliberation are in order, have undergone 3rd reading; committee reports discussed and approved; public hearings conducted and ordinances approved by the City Council
  • Pending ordinances are listed in the matrix

Minutes Production & Proofreading Section

  • Prepare all official documents of the City Council

 

 

 

 

 

  • Proofreading of documents to check errors and encoding

 

  • Vital documents of the City Council are prepared & in order:
  1. Excerpts
  2. Minutes of all session
  3. Resume
  4. ACTS
  • Grammatical and clerical errors are checked
  • Resolutions and Ordinances are encoded

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION – Provide administrative support to the SP Secretariat and other SP offices

  • Prepare Service-Based Annual Procurement Plan
  • Prepare and processing of purchase documents:
  1. Equipment
  2. Supplies/materials
  • Procurement of supplies
  • Requisitions of items thru PRs and Vouchers
  • Inventory/monitoring of properties and equipment
  • Publication of notices, ordinances, resolutions and other concerns
  • Posting of notices, ordinances and resolutions
  • Delivery of documents to various offices

 

 

  • Procurement Plan prepared, validated and submitted
  • Purchases prepared and processed

 

  • Supplies procured as per request
  • Requisitions and vouchers prepared
  • Proper inventory and monitoring of all SP properties and equipment conducted and properly documented
  • Notices, resolutions and ordinances posted in public places for information dissemination

Programs/Projects/Activities

Final Output & Indicators

Records Section 

  • Conduct research and retrieval of City Ordinances, Resolutions upon request from any interested parties
  • Issue certified true copies of City Ordinances and Resolutions as requested by any interested parties
  • Record newly approved City Ordinances and furnish copies to offices concerned
  • Keep original copies of ordinances and resolutions in the archives for easy retrieval

 

  • Ensured that records of ordinances and resolutions are available upon request

 

  • Certified true copies of resolutions and ordinances are available upon request
  • Newly approved ordinances recorded and copies sent to offices
  • Copies properly secured in the SP archive files

Personnel Transactions Services Section 

  • Keep personnel files of all SP personnel
  • Evaluate and sort supporting documents for SP casual employees for renewal of appointments
  • Process appointments of casual employees (renewal and newly hired) in coordination with the HRDO
  • Facilitate in the processing of payroll/voucher for SP employees
  • In coordination with the HRDO, prepare/facilitate and implement staff development programs for all SP personnel
  • Facilitate in the drafting of SP administrative policies duly approved by the Vice-Mayor
  • Prepare the Citizen’s Charter Flowchart for SP specifically the services on securing copies of City Ordinance and Resolution
  • Prepare the SP Physical Performance Targets
  • Facilitate SP meetings

 

  • Personnel files are maintained and kept
  • Supporting documents for renewal are evaluated and submitted to the HRDO
  • Appointments of casual employees are properly checked and processed on time
  • Payroll are processed accordingly to ensure timely release of salary
  • Staff development programs prepared and implemented

 

  • SP administrative policies approved and implemented
  • Meetings conducted
  • SP Citizen’s Charter Flowchart prepared, validated and submitted to the Office of the Mayor’s Management Team

Special Activities

  • Facilitate in the conceptualization setting-up of the SP exhibit showcase during the Cebu City Charter Day Celebration
  • Prepare Necrological Programs for deceased former city officials

 

 

  • Facilitate in the  awarding of Outstanding Cebuanos

 

 

 

 

  • Facilitate in the preparations for the City Council Inaugural Session
  • Assist the Philippine Councilors’ League (PCL) and the Vice-Mayor’s League of the Philippines (VMLP)

 

 

  • Facilitate the participation of the SP in the DILG Local Legislative Award

 

  • SP exhibit showcase during the Charter Day Celebration was awarded 2nd place
  • In proper coordination with the bereaved family, SP assisted in the preparation of necrological service program to honor the deceased former city officials
  • The SP facilitated the awarding of two (2) outstanding cebuanos thru council resolutions and awarding ceremonies to Mr. Cesar Pelarca of MCWD and Dr. Ramon del Fierro of USC.
  • Council Inaugural Session conducted on July 1, 2009
  • SP assisted in the various preparations for the PCL’s Island Congress and the VMLP’s National Conference of Local Legislative Bodies and other projects
  • Spearheaded by the Office of Councilor Japson, the SP Secretariat Office facilitated the compilation and submission of the required documents to constitute as the entry for the Local Legislative Award.

 

Programs/Projects/Activities

Final Output & Indicators

Special Projects

  • Codification Project

 

 

 

  • Laserfiche Technology

 

  • Legislative Tracking

 

  • SP assisted in the research and classification of ordinances for the Phase II of the Cebu City Codification Project specifically in the production of the Cebu City Code
  • Electronic archival of approved ordinances maintained and updated
  • Approved ordinances and resolutions digitally indexed for fast and easy retrieval



SUMMARY OF ORDINANCES PASSED & APPROVED IN 2009

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2168

Jan. 17, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING SEC. 4, PARAGRAPH 1 OF CITY ORD. NO. 1980, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS “ AN ORD. CREATING  THE CEBU CITY SENIOR CITIZEN’S COUNCIL PROVIDING FOR ITS COMPOSITION, DEFINING ITS FUNCTIONS AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR, AS AMENDED

Amending the composition of the Cebu City Senior Citizen’s Council, which shall be headed by the City Mayor as Chairman and the SP Chairman of the Committee on Social Services as the Deputy Chairman.

Hon. Abellanosa

2169

Jan. 21, 2009

AN ORDINANCE ON THE AVIAN INFLUENZA PREVENTION AND CONTROL

Ordinance enacted for the purpose of preventing and controlling possible outbreak of Avian Influenza in the country, likewise to protect the local livestock in the industry thus ensuring public safety.

Hon. Alix

2170

Jan. 28, 2009

AN ORDINANCE RENAMING THE 11TH AND 13TH STREETS OF NORTH RECLAMATION AREA, THIS CITY, TO COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY STREETS, RESPECTIVELY

This ordinance renames the 11th and 13th Streets of North Reclamation Area, Cebu City into Commerce and Industry Streets respectively.

Hon. Archival Sr.

2171

Feb. 11, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC. 3 PARAGRAPH (D) OF CITY ORD. NO. 1447 ENTITLED: AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE OPERATION OF COCKPITS IN THE CITY OF CEBU

This ordinance regulates the holding of cockfights and derbies in Cebu City on regular days aside from Sundays and legal holidays.  Provided, it shall be allowed only in licensed cockpits.  It stipulates that on weekdays, it shall not go beyond ten o’ clock in the evening.

Hon. Pe Jr., Hon. Alix & Hon. Abellanosa

2172

Feb. 11, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC. 3, ART. III OF ORD. NO. 801, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE TRAFFIC CODE OF CEBU CITY, AS AMENDED.

This ordinance amended Sec. 3 of the Cebu City Traffic Code on the designation of authorized tow vehicles.  Such vehicles should be equipped with the required safety devices and tools necessary for towing vehicles, and that the owner thereof has the requisite adequate storage area for towed vehicles.

Hon. Davide III

2173

Feb. 11, 2009

AN ORDINANCE IMPOSING ENTRANCE FEE TO THE CEBU CITY ZOO

This ordinance imposes entrance fees for the Cebu City Zoo at the prescribed rates as follows:

  • Children (3 to 12 yrs)             P10.00
  • Adult                                            25.00
  • Group package              15% discount
  • Senior Citizens are exempted

Hon. Archival Sr.

2174

Feb. 18, 2009

AN ORDINANCE CONVERTING THE CITY CONDOMINIUM INTO A DORMITORY FOR THE STUDENTS FROM THE MOUNTAIN BARANGAYS AND PROVIDING GUIDELINES THEREOF

This ordinance converts the Cebu City Condominium into a dormitory for students from the mountain barangays.  This ordinance stipulates those who may avail, the monthly rental and    likewise the duties and functions of its Executive Officer/Caretaker.

Hon. Pe Jr.

 

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2175

Feb. 18, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF FIFTY MILLION PESOS (PHP 20,000,000.00) FOR THE GENERAL PROPER AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009 AND WHICH SAID FUND SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE AS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE SENIOR CITIZENS OF CEBU CITY PURSUANCE TO THE OBJECTIVES OF R.A. 9257 (SENIOR CITIZENS ACT) SUBJECT TO ALL LAWS AND AUDITING RULES & PROCEDURES (SB1)

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III & Hon. Abellanosa

2176

Feb. 18, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF SIXTY MILLION ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-TWO THOUSAND PESOS (PHP 60,172,000.00) FOR THE GENERAL FUND PROPER AND FORTY-FIVE MILLION TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND PESOS (PHP45,280,000.00) FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNT AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009 (SB2)

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

2177

Mar. 4, 2009

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A RESTRUCTURING PROGRAM OF THE PENALTY CHARGE ON SOCIALIZED HOUSING LOANS, PROVIDING MECHANISM THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

This ordinance adopts the policy of providing a continuing program of housing that is affordable.  It establishes a restructuring program for the penalty charges of socialized housing loans, mainly to prevent the penalty charge from ballooning should the delinquency continue.

Hon. Daluz III & Hon. Osmeña

 

2178

Mar. 4, 2009

AN ORDINANCE INSTITUTIONALIZING THE SERVICES AND PROCEDURES RATIONALIZATION AND IMPROVEMENT ON GOVERNMENT OFFICE (SPRING OFFICE), EXTENDING ITS SCOPE, AREAS AND FUNCTIONS

This ordinance institutionalizes the SPRING Office of the Cebu City Government to maintain and keep the ideals pronounced by the SPRING Program.  It provides for its office functions and duties of its plantilla personnel.

Hon. Pe Jr.

2179

Mar. 4, 2009

AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING PERSONS CONCEALING THEIR FACES IN ORDER TO AVOID BEING KNOWN AS IDENTIFIED DURING LABOR STRIKES IN BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE CITY OF CEBU, PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

This ordinance prohibits the concealing or covering of faces of some participants to avoid being identified during strikes, pickets or protests.  The presence of these “faceless” strikers can lead to suspicion that they are not legitimate strikers but intruders or troublemakers.

Hon. Davide III

2180

Mar. 18, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING BY ADDITION ARTICLE 5, SEC. 4, ITEM 6 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 1656, ENTITLED: “1996 REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CEBU"

This amendatory ordinance includes the estalblishment of Auto-LPG Dispensing Stations in areas defined in the Zoning Classification as Commercial 2 (C-2).  Sec. 4, Item 6 of the Cebu City Zoning Ordinance added: “4.06 Gasoline Service Station/Filling Stations Stations/Auto Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) dispensing station.”

Hon. Pe Jr.

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2181

Mar. 18, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY SEVEN MILLION NINE HUNDRED FIFTY-FOUR THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED THIRTEEN PESOS (PHP187,954,813.00) FOR THE GENERAL FUND PROPER AND EIGHT MILLION NINE HUNDRED THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE PESOS (PHP8,900,149.00) FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNT AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009 (SB3)

Refer for ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

2182

Mar. 18, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 4,5,7,9,11,14,16,17,19 & 26 OF CITY ORD. NO. 2111 ENTITLED: AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR VEHICLES EMISSION POLICIES, PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREFORE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

This ordinance aims to protect public health and preserve the living environment with respect to air pollution, by controlling emissions of smoke and particulate and by setting maximum permissible limits for automobile exhaust gases.  This ordinance amended the emission standards for both spark-ignition engines (gasoline) and compression-ignition engines (diesel).  These standards will be subject to change per updated DENR administrative orders and policies.

Hon. Archival Sr.

2183

Mar. 25, 2009

AN ORDINANCE EXPROPRIATING A PORTION OF LOT SITUATED IN BRGY. CALAMBA FOR THE OPENING OF A NEW ROAD FROM V. RAMA TO CORNER KATIPUNAN AND A. LOPEZ ST. OF BRGY. LABANGON

This ordinance authorizes the Acting Mayor of Cebu City to initiate expropriation proceedings and appropriating P2,608,000.00 for payment of just compensation to the owners over a certain portion consisting of 1,304 square meters of parcel of land known as Lot No. 6784-B-3, situated in Brgy. Labangon, Cebu City.  This land will be utilized for public use specifically the opening of a road to connect V. Rama Ave., to the junction of A. Lopez St. and Katipunan Street.

Hon. Daluz III

2184

April 1, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING SEC. 11 OF CITY ORD. NO. 1323 AS AMENDED, ENTITLED: AN ORD. REGULATING THE OPERATION OF PEDAL – OPERATED TRICYCLES WITHIN THE CITY OF CEBU

This ordinance amends C. O. No. 1323 in order to effectively regulate, if not curtail the illegal operations of pedal-operated tricycles plying mostly in prohibited or non-designated areas and to impose stiffer penalties for various violations.

Hon. Alcoseba

2185

April 22, 2009

AN ORDINANCE PRESCRIBING ELECTRONIC FEES IN THE APPLICATION FOR BUILDING PERMITS PURSUANT TO THE NEW SCHEDULE OF FEES AND OTHER CHARGES OF THE REVISED IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS  (IRR) OF THE NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES (PD 1096).

This ordinance covers Paragraph No. 7 and other pertinent provisions of the New Schedule of Fees and Other Charges of the Revised Implementing Rules & Regulations (IRR) of the National Building Code of the Philippines (PD 1096) prescribing, among others, Electronic Fees in the application for building permits.

Hon. Cabarrubias

 

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2186

April 22, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 1656, AS AMENDED OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE "1996 ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CEBU" BY INCORPORATING THEREIN A NEW LAND USE CLASSIFICATION CALLED SOCIALIZED HOUSING ZONES.

This amendatory ordinance intends to integrate all duly identified socialized housing sites under C.O. No. 1684 or PD 409 or those identified under RA No. 7279 be integrated to the 1995 Zoning Ordinance of the City of Cebu C.O. 1656).

Hon. Carillo, Hon. Davide III & Hon. Pe Jr.

2187

April 22, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE III, SECTION 8 AND ARTICLE XVI, SECTION 46 OF THE CITY ORDINANCE NO. 2115, ENTITLED " THE CEBU CITY MINING ORDINANCE" AND INCORPORATING FURTHER THE PROVISIONS ON IMPOUNDMENT PROCEDURE.

This ordinance amendscertain provisions on Art. III, Sec. 8 of C.O. No. 2115, specifically on the functions, composition, meeting, honoraria and appropriation of funds of the City Mining Regulatory Board.  Additional provision on impoundment procedure is likewise incorporated under Article XVI, Section 46.

Hon. Pe Jr.

CXXIII

April 29, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC. 3, CHAPTER 1, PARAGRAPH (n) OF ORD. NO. LXIX AS AMENDED BY CITY ORD. NO. LXIX V, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS HE OMNIBUS TAX ORD. OF THE CITY OF CEBU

This ordinance intends to increase the rates of various x-ray and related services to cover costs and expenses particularly in the conduct of x-ray film diagnosis and interpretation.

Hon. Alix

2188

April 29, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE VI, SEC. 5, SUBSECTION 5.8 OF CITY ORD. NO. 1486, ENTITLED: AN ORD. ENACTING THE REVISED MARKET CODE OF CEBU CITY

This amendatory ordinance includes the Cebu City Mango Trade Mall located at corners Urot and Cabahug Streets, Reclamation Area as the 11th market unit in Cebu City.

Hon. Alix

2189

May 6, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING CITY ORD. NO. 1582, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED: MEAT FOR PUBLIC CONSUMPTION REGULATORY ORDINANCE”

This amendatory ordinance is enacted for abattoir operations in Cebu City.  This ordinance likewise intends for regulatory fees to be updated in consonance with improved meat inspection services in the abattoir and commercial outlets and further through the regulation and proper implementation of meat inspection rules vis-à-vis the Animal Welfare Law.

Hon. Labella

2190

May 6, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC. 49 OF ORD. NO. 1891 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS AN ORD. PROVIDING FOR THE GENDER & DEVELOPMENT CODE OF THE CITY OF CEBU, AS AMENDED

This ordinance is enacted to formulate the appointment of the former staff of the Cebu City Women’s and Family Affairs Commission (CCWFAC) as the staff contemplated under Section 49 of the GAD Code due to the series of seminars, meetings and other numerous tasks regularly undertaken by the Commission

Hon. Daluz III

2191

May 6, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE REVERSION OF THE REVERSION OF THE CONTINUING APPROPRIATION UNDER THE GENERAL FUND, ITS SPECIAL ACCOUNTS AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FUND

This ordinance is enacted to revert the appropriations for capital outlay identified for the years 1988 until 2006, as the projects intended to be funded by this amount are no longer feasible.

Hon. Daluz III

 

 

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2192

May 6, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORD. NO. 2164 KNOWN AS THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND AND ITS SPECIAL ACCOUNTS (UTILITIES & ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES, CREDIT/ SPECIAL FINANCING, LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FUND AND OTHER SPECIAL ACCOUNTS OF THE CITY OF CEBU COVERING CALENDAR YEAR 2009

The total appropriation is Two Billion Three Hundred Twenty-One Million Six Hundred Eighty-One Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-Five Pesos and Seventy-Four Centavos (P2,231,681,585.74), for the General Fund and Four Hundred Fifty-Seven Million Eight Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand One Hundred Two Pesos and Twenty Centavos (P457,899,102.20) for Special Accounts (Utilities and Economic Enterprises) to cover urgent and necessary expenses for the period covering January 1 to December 31, 2009.

Hon. Daluz III

2193

May 13, 2009

AN ORDINANCE MODIFYING THE PROVISIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 1656, AS AMENDED, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE "1996 ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CEBU BY DECLARING ALL LANDS ACQUIRED UNDER ACT 1120, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE FRIAR LANDS ACT, AS AMENDED, BE DEVOTED FOR THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH THEY WERE ACQUIRED AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES."

This ordinance declares that the development framework in the Northern Development Zone as defined in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan is completed and adequate and that until new networks of access are available, major commercial development in the said area shall not be encouraged so as not to hamper the land use development in other parts of the city particularly the barangays beyond Talamban; and all land acquired under Act No. 1120 as amended by any branch, subdivision or entity shall be devoted solely for its purpose which is for public service and use.

Hon. Carillo, Hon. Davide III, Hon. Pe Jr.,  & Hon. Osmeña

 

2194

May 13, 2009

AN ORDINANCE DELINEATING THE OFFICIAL BOUNDARIES OF BARANGAY MABOLO, CEBU CITY.

This ordinance is enacted pursuant to SP Resolution No. 08-2102, authorizing the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) to conduct necessary activities for barangay boundary delineation projects, on the re

Hon. Labella & Hon. Pe Jr.

2195

June 10, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE LEASE OF BLOCKS 27, 27A AND 27B OF THE NORTH RECLAMATION AREA CEBU CITY, AT P30.00 PER SQUARE METER PER MONTH.

This ordinance intends to lease parcels of properties at the North Reclamation Area to the private sector for commercial purposes

Hon. Daluz III

2196

June 10, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED FORTY EIGHT THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED FORTY SEVEN PESOS AND THIRTY SIX CENTAVOS (P101,148,447.36) FOR THE GENERAL FUND PROPER AND ONE HUNDRED FIFTY FOUR MILLION THREE HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY SEVEN PESOS AND EIGHTY EIGHT CENTAVOS (P154,328,797.88) FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNTS A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009 (SB4)

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

 

 

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2197

July 8, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF TWO HUNDRED FORTY-SIX MILLION FOUR HUNDRED FORTY THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY FIVE PESOS (P246,440,795.00) FOR THE GENERAL FUND PROPER AND SISTY-SIX MILLION NINEHUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (66,900,000.00) FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNTS AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009.

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

2198

July 8, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING SECTION 2 OF CITY ORDINANCE NO. 1293, ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN CERTAIN STREETS IN CEBU CITY AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES," AS AMENDED BY CITY ORDINANCE NOS. 2043, 2084, AND 2104.

This amendatory ordinance indicates that Legaspi Street Extension, from the corner of Osmeña Blvd. up to the corner of Arellano Blvd. – left side (situated along Plaza Independencia and Fort San Pedro) are designated and set aside as parking space for vehicles for a fee.

 

Hon. Pacaña

2199

July 8, 2009

AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE OLD MABOLO TREE LOCATED ALONG THE CORNER OF C. BORCES AND C. MINA STREETS, BARANGAY MABOLO AS HERITAGE TREE OF CEBU CITY.

This ordinance declares an old Mabolo tree located at the area specified as the Heritage Tree of Cebu City.  This tree was reportedly commonly cultivated for its fruits and as a shade tree in the barangay way back in the 1900’s.  Said tree has the height of around 60 feet.  Senior residents of the barangay attest that said Mabolo tree is not only a living legacy to the historic name of Brgy. Mabolo but is an apt symbol of the city government’s program thrust to protect the environment.

Hon. Labella

2200

July 8, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING APPENDIX "E" SCHEDULE V OF CITY ORDINANCE NO. 801, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS "AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE TRAFFIC CODE FOR THE CITY OF CEBU," AS AMENDED, BY EXCLUDING NOLI ME TANGERE FROM ONE-WAY STREET AND DECLARED AS TWO-WAY STREEET IN THE CITY OF CEBU.

This amendatory ordinance declares Noli Mi Tangere Street from one-way to a two-way street.  As per observation by the CITOM, the volume of vehicular traffic passing through this area is very light as there are PUJs passing thereat.

Hon. Alcoseba

2201

Aug. 12, 2009

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF FORT SAN PEDRO GROUNDS AND ITS FACILITIES, INCLUDING THE CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUNDS. THE OPEN SPACE AND THE PARKING AREA IN THE VICINITY OF FORT SAN PEDRO IMPOSING FEES THEREFOR. AND FOR SUCH OTHER PURPOSES."

This ordinance regulates the reservation policies of Fort San Pedro grounds and its facilities, and the determination of fees, which include entrance fee categorized as regular, senior citizens and students or children; parking fee for bus, car and motorcycle; rental fee of the children’s playground area, garden, bastion area and roof deck; and filming fee with corresponding requirements for commercial, movie, video, commercial and non-commercial pictorial.

Hon. Pacaña

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2202

Aug. 19, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED NINETY-SIX MILLION NINE HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY-EIGHT PESOS AND SIXTY-FOUR CENTAVOS (P196,968,758.64) FOR THE GENERAL FUND PROPER AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009.

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

2203

Aug. 19, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF THIRTY-MILLION FIVE HUNDRED SIXTY-TWO THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE PESOS AND FIFTY-FIVE CENTAVOS (P33,562,721.55) FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNTS AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009.

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

2204

Aug. 26, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING SECTION 11 O CITY ORDINANCE 1323, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE OPERATION OF PEDAL-OPERATED TRICYCLES WITHIN THE CITY OF CEBU."

This amendatory ordinance regulates the pedal-operated “trisikads”.  This ordinance deletes or excludes the provision of “slicing” or detaching its sidecar as a penalty which may present a controversial gray area in its legality.  Likewise, this ordinance specified penalties to be imposed on the owner of the tricycle (trisikad) for any violation.

Hon. Daluz III, Hon. Pe Jr., &  Hon. Osmeña

 

2205

Sept. 16, 2009

AN ORDINANCE TO RENAME CAMP LAPU-LAPU NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL LOCATED IN BARANGAY APAS, C EBU CITY, AS "BARANGAY APAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL."

This ordinance renames Camp Lapu-Lapu Elementary School as Barangay Apas National High School in consonance with Brgy. Apas Resolution No. 016-08, series of 2008 manifesting the same.  This is to put primary significance to the name of the school within the territorial jurisdiction of Barangay Apas.

Hon.Labella

2206

Sept. 23, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 3 AND 5 ORDINANCE NO. 1976, OR AN ORDINANCE CREATING AND DEFINING THE COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION OF THE LOCAL SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF CEBU CITY.

This ordinance amends the composition of the membership of the Local and Medium Enterprise Development Council towards efficiency and effectiveness and to expand its partnership with other entities that are proactive in the development of local and medium enterprise and the promotion of entrepreneurship.

Hon. Rama Jr. & Hon. Pacaña

CTO CXXIV

Sept. 30, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC. 35, CHAPTER VIII OF CITY TAX ORD. NO. LXIX, ENTITLED: AN ORD. REVISING THE CITY TAX ORD. NO. 1, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE OMNIBUS TAX ORD. OF THE CITY OF CEBU AND PROVIDING EXTRACTION FEES PER CUBIC METER ON ORDINARY STONES, SAND, GRAVEL, EARTH AND OTHER QUARY RESOURCES.

This ordinance amends Sec. 35, Chapter VIII of the City Tax Ordinance LXIX- the City of Cebu shall levy and collect specified amount per cubic meter on ordinary stones, sand, gravel, earth and other quarry resources as defined under the national Internal Revenue Code

Hon. Pe Jr., & Hon. Archival Sr.

 

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2207

Sept. 30, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING SECTION 10 OF ARTICLE XXV OF ORDINANCE NO. 801, ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A TRAFFIC CODE FOR THE CITY OF CEBU," AS AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NO. 1452 ON PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE ON ARREST, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

This ordinance amends the Cebu City Traffic Code to impose stiffer penalty, including the towing of any violating vehicle in order to curb practices of wanton and blatant indiscriminate parking of motor vehicles which is counter-productive to the city and contributing to the menacing traffic problem/congestion.

Hon. Alcoseba

2208

Sept. 30, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING CITY ORDINANCE NOS. 228, 345, 1259, 1649 AND 1673, RESPECTIVELY, ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE WHICH PROHIBITS MINOR PERSONS OR ANY GENDER OR SEX BELOW EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGETO WANDER, STRAY, SAUNTER, LOITER OR RAMBLE ON ANY PUBLIC ROAD, ALLEY, PARK, PLAZA, WHARF, PUBLIC MARKET, BEACH, SHOPPING MALL, DISCO PUB, KARAOKE BAR OR ANY OTHER PLACE WITHIN THE AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CITY OF CEBU AFTER TEN (10) O'CLOCK NIGHT TIME AND FOUR (4) O'CLOCK THE FOLLOWING MORNING, PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES."

This amendatory ordinance is enacted to address the increase in serious crimes by juveniles, which include murder, rape, theft, drugs, etc.  It has been observed that minors prefer to gather, wander and saunter in streets, alleys and other conspicuous places at the wee hours of the night.

Hon. Labella

2209

Sept. 30, 2009

AN ORDINANCE CONSOLIDATING CITY ORDINANCE NOS. 1058, 1062, 1090, 1244, 1282, 1292, 1540, 1572, 1722, 1912 ND FURTHER AMENDING CITY ORDINANCE NO. 2035 ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE CREATING CEBU CITY POLICE COORDINATING AND ADVISORY COUNCIL IN THE OFFICE OF THE MAYOR."

This ordinance is enacted to consolidate all ordinances all related to the creation of the Cebu City Police Advisory Council for easy understanding and fast tracking.  The name of the Office, its composition, duties, duties and term of office of the members are likewise clearly stipulated.

Hon. Pe Jr.

2210

Oct. 7, 2009

AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE RECRUITMENT OF MINORS FROM JOINING FRATERNITIES, SORORITIES AND LIKE ASSOCIATION IN THE CITY OF CEBU AND PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREFOR.

This ordinance is enacted to regulate the joining of minors in fraternities.  It has been observed that the concept of fraternities is now being utilized by some as a tool for protection against foes and vengeance for enemies resulting to gang wars; and more fraternities have been implicated in countless violent-related incidents and a number of these incidents involve minors.

Hon. Jakosalem

2211

Oct. 7, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF FOUR HUNDRED FORTY-ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED SIX PESOS (P441,202,606.00) FOR THE GENERAL FUND PROPER AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION 7 FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009.

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

 

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2212

Oct. 7, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF TWENTY-ONE MILLION FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY-NINE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE PESOS (P21,469,859,.00) FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNTS AS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS 7 FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2009.

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

2213

Oct. 14, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1, (F) OF CITY ORD. NO. 1791, ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHINGTHE GUIDELINES TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE PROPOSALS, APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS OR REQUESTS FOR THE NAMING AND REMAMING OF PUBLIC STREETS, PLAZAS, AND/OR BUILDINGS."

This ordinance is enacted to amend Section 1 (F) of City Ord. 1791 on the guidelines in the proposals, applications requests for the naming or renaming of public streets, plazas, and/or buildings.  The Section specified a five-year reglamentary period from the death of the person whose name is to be honored, and prior to that, any proposal shall not be entertained even if all records are readily available.  This ordinance intends to waive the five-year period upon the recommendation of the Cultural & Historical Affairs Commission (CHAC), duly approved by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Cebu City.

Hon. Pe Jr.

2214

Oct. 14, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 1, 2, 3 AND 4 OF CITY ORDINANCE NO. 1784, AND SECTION 2 OF CITY ORDINANCE NO. 1837.

This ordinance is enacted to address the Cebu South Bus Terminal’s difficulty in accommodating and/or increasing number of buses and mini-buses that have increased throughout the years.  The presence of mini-buses at the South Bus Terminal further contributed to the worsening traffic congestion in the area.  This ordinance is prohibiting the Public Utility Buses to load and unload passengers within the three hundred (300) meter radius from the Terminal.

Hon. Jakosalem

2215

Oct. 21, 2009

AN ORDINANCE MANDATING THE LIGHTING UP OF ALL BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS SITUATED IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (CBD) OF THE CITY OF CEBU DURING NIGHTTIME FOR PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE, PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREFOR, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

This ordinance mandates that all business and commercial establishments operating or still planning to operate within the Central Business District (CBD) of Cebu City shall provide ample lighting in their respective business structures during night time, to provide preventive measures against crimes and other illegal activities in the area.

Hon. Abellanosa

2216

Oct. 28, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE POSITION TITLE OF CITY GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT HEAD II (CITY SECRETARY) PURSUANT TO THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION REPORT OIN PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT MONITORING EVALUATION AND ASSISTANCE SERVICES (PMMEAS) AS PER CSC RESOLUTION NO. 0141365.

This ordinance stipulates that pursuant to the Civil Service Commission (CSC) report on Personnel Management Monitoring Evaluation and Assistance Services (PMMEAS), the position of the City Government Department Head (City Secretary) is amended to “Secretary to the Sangguniang Panlungsod”.

Hon. Labella & Hon. Archival

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2217

Nov. 18, 2009

AN ORDINANCE NAMING THE PIT-OS MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING LOCATED AT BARANGAY PIT-OS, CEBU CITY AS "DON GASPAR LEYSON MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING."

An ordinance renaming Pit-os Multi-Purpose Building to Don Gaspar Leyson Multipurpose Building, after the name of an exemplary resident of the barangay, imbued with a high sense of civic-mindedness and helping attitude towards the public, and donated a portion of his lot to the barangay as a Public Dispensary on June 1952

Hon. Labella & Hon. Japson

2218

Dec. 2, 2009

AN ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDING SEC. 11 OF ARTICLE XXIV OF CITY ORD. NO. 801, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS “AN ORD. ESTABLISHING THE TRAFFIC CODE FOR THE CITY OF CEBU, AS AMENDED

This amendatory ordinance simplifies and hastens the procedure in the disposition of unclaimed vehicles (which are taken into custody for a period of three (3) months), to prevent the dumping of obsolete and antiquated units, and to optimize the beneficial use of the city’s impounding areas.

Hon. Alcoseba

2219

Dec. 2, 2009

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX ‘N” SCHEDULE XV OF ORD. NO. 801, ENTITLED: AN ORD. ESTABLISHING THE TRAFFIC CODE FOR THE CITY OF CEBU”, AS AMENDED BY ADDING THERETO ITEM NO. 105

This ordinance intends to address the increasing traffic congestion to maintain and ensure the safety of the motorists at selected streets of Cebu City, as noted in the inspection conducted by the CITOM, to prohibit the parking on both sides and stopping of vehicles in ITEM 105 – Omega Street, San Miguel Road, Mahayahay Road to Plaza Road all of Brgy. Apas, Cebu City

Hon. Alcoseba

2220

Dec. 16, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF TWO BILLION SIX HUNDRED FIFTY-SIX MILLION ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-SEVEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY PESOS & FORTY-FIVE ECNTAVOS (PHP2,656,157,380.45) FOR THE GENERAL FUND TO COVER URGENT AND NECESSARY EXPENSE FOR THE CITY GOVERNMENT OF CEBU FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2009.

Refer to ordinance title

 

2221

Dec. 16, 2009

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF FIVE HUNDREDTHIRTY-NINE MILLION EIGHTY-THREE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE PESOS & TWENTY CENTAVOS (PHP539,083,435.20) FOR SPECIAL ACCOUNT TO COVER URGENT NAD NECESSARY EXPENSES FOR THE CITY GOVERNMENT OF CEBU FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2010)

Refer to ordnance title

Hon. Daluz III

2222

Dec. 22, 2009

SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET NO. 8 FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNTS, CY 2009 OF THE CITY OF CEBU IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN MILLION, ONE HUNDRED NINETY-FIVE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE PESOS (PHP115,195,325.00) (SB8)

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

 

 

Ord. No.

Date Enacted

Title

Description/Details

Proponent/s

2223

Dec. 22, 2009

SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET NO. 8 FOR THE SPECIAL ACCOUNTS, CY 2009 OF THE CITY OF CEBU IN THE AMOUNT OF THIRTY SIX MILLION FOUR HUNDRED SIX THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED FORTY-ONE PESOS (PHP36,406,214.00) (SB8)

Refer to ordinance title

Hon. Daluz III

 


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