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Happening right now, Oct. 31, is the inauguration of Kapuso Multi-Purpose Center located at Angono Elementary School. News reader and officer of the foundation Mel Tiangco represented the network while Mayor Gerry Calderon, Capt. Joey Calderon of Barangay San Isidro and municipal officials welcome Ms. Tiangco.

The center, which was blessed by Angono parish priest Fr. Roy Crucero, will likewise serve as temporary shelter for those who will be displaced by floods and typhoon.

/ Ricahrd Gappi 

(http://www.rizalhenyo.com/2013/10/31/mel-tiangco-inaugurates-kapuso-multi-purpose-center-angono-rizal/)

Makikita sa itaas ang mga larawan ng noo'y itinatayong ANGONO KAPUSO MULTI-PURPOSE CENTER, na ngayo'y bubuksan at ipagkakaloob ng GMA KAPUSO FOUNDATION upang pangasiwaan at pangalagaan ng Pamahalaang Lokal ng Angono.

Makikita sa itaas ang mga larawan ng noo’y itinatayong ANGONO KAPUSO MULTI-PURPOSE CENTER, at ngayo’y ipagkakaloob ng GMA KAPUSO FOUNDATION upang pangasiwaan at pangalagaan ng Pamahalaang Lokal ng Angono. (Mga litrato ng Angono Tourism Office/Patnubay Tiamson)

 

See related story at:  http://angonodreamnews.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/gma-foundation-to-build-its-kapuso-multi-purpose-center-in-angono-rizal-the-1st-ever-in-the-region/

 

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Precinct Finder Form ng COMELEC

Precinct Finder Form ng COMELEC

 

 

 

 

Ang poster na ipinalabas ng DILG bilang gabay at panuntunan ng mamamayan sa tamang pagpili ng kanilang mga pinuno.

Ang poster na ipinalabas ng DILG bilang gabay at panuntunan ng mamamayan sa tamang pagpili ng kanilang mga pinuno.

Angono Mayor Gerry Calderon is opposed to the planned expansion of quarrying operations in his town that would entail the felling of 6,500 trees.

Calderon said he is against the further extraction of minerals in the town, and that the town has requested the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) for help in reassessing the area where Lafarge Republic, Inc. (LRI) plans to cut about 6,500 trees.

In a phone interview, the mayor told The Manila Times he wrote DENR Secretary Ramon Paje June 29 last year seeking clarification on the plan and the area for quarrying.

“My office has not received any communication,” he said.

He said he made it clear to Paje that he will not allow the extraction of minerals in the 19.99-hectare area, which covers Barangays San Isidro and San Roque.

Calderon said the previous municipal administration approved the feasibility study of Batong Angono Aggregates Corporation (BAAC), a concessionaire of LRI, on the quarrying operations.

When Calderon learned about the proposal last week, he inspected the areas to be cleared of trees.

He said local officials would like to hear the transition plan of LRI and BAAC when their planned tree-cutting and mining activities end in 2019 if they would be given a permit.

“They have a proposal to promote eco-tourism in the area, which is good for them and for us as well. But right now, everything is up in the air,” he said.

The mayor’s chief of staff, Allan Maniaol, told The Times the DENR allowed Concrete Aggregates, BAAC’s former name, to mine in an area covering 198 hectares.
“If the area is that big, why expand?” Calderon said.

Angono residents fear that the cutting of thousands of trees could trigger an environmental disaster because it could worsen floods and cause landslides.

Lafarge has yet to come out with a statement on the issue.

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by Ghio Ong Correspondent

http://www.imanilatimes.net/angono-mayor-against-plan-to-cut-6500-trees/40969/

NBI Mobile Clearance Processing sa Angono

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Emerson Paguia

Emerson Paguia

Balut vendor turns himself into web developer

One of the real-life heroes who took the spotlight in the recent State of the Nation Address of Pres. Benigno Aquino III once roamed the streets of Rizal vending balut (fertilized duck embryo).

Emerson Paguia hailed from Zambales, but had to go to Manila to look for a job. He had tried various odd jobs, but what he earned was not enough to fend for his family.

“I was willing to take on any type of job. I didn’t want to be idle,” he said. For additional income, Paguia sold balut at night. The little money he earned from it was used to help him with his daily expenses.

“I finished high school, and I heard that some call center companies accept high school students, but I realized that my weak communication skills would not afford me to land in such a job,” he said.

Paguia, who is in his late 20s, knew he was also keen on technical matters and wanted to pursue training in a course related to information technology.

Although financially hard up, he always saved a few pesos for a trip to the internet shop to look for job openings and training opportunities. That was when he chanced upon the announcement for a web development scholarship while surfing online.

The training was under the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) of Tesda in partnership with computer school Informatics.

“The information on the website said they will give us training on data programming and PHP server site encryption. It’s one course I want to specialize on, but the free website tutorial were not very helpful,” Paguia said.

Getting in the training was not the end of Paguia’s woes. The challenges of sustaining and attending his classes were not an easy task. Money was again the problem.

To save on transportation expenses, he sometimes walked to the Informatics College at Eastwood in Quezon City. It was no easy feat as he lived in ANGONO, RIZAL, or a three-hour walk.

After class, he continued selling balut to get by. He said it was difficult, but he knew the scholarship was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity he should not let slip away. Each day in school was a step closer to his dreams, Paguia said.

After completing the program, he emerged as one of the top scholars in the class. Discovering his potential, Informatics immediately hired him in its Web development team.

Paguia is now embarking on his first big IT project — the school’s online student portal.

He has since left the streets and has retired his balut basket, but always mindful that this represents his humble beginnings. — Newsbytes.ph

 

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Dinagsa ng mga bagong botante ang Comelec office sa Angono upang mag-parehistro at makaboto sa nalalapit na Barangay Elections ngayong taon.  

Makikita sa larawan ang dagsa ng tao upang  magparehistro para sa barangay elections ngayong taon. (Litrato ni Richard Gappi)

Makikita sa larawan ang dagsa ng tao upang magparehistro para sa barangay elections ngayong taon. (Litrato ni Richard Gappi)

Ayon kay Angono Comelec officer Arthur Mercado, umabot sa mahigit 150 katao ang nagparehistro sa Angono Comelec Office na tatagal hanggang July 31.  

Samantala, sa Oct. 15-17 naman ang itinakdang petsa para sa magpa-file ng Certificates of Candidacy sa mga nais tumakbong Kapitan, Kagawad at mg SK Officials sa bansa.  Sampung araw lamang ang gaganaping pangangampanya bago sumapit ang araw Barangay Elections sa Oct. 28, 2013.  

Ang opisina ng Comelec ay bukas sa buong linggo kahit Sabado at Linggo,  mula  alas-otso hanggang alas-singko ng hapon.

(Ulat at litrato ni Richard R. Gappi / Manda Icasiano)

SM ANGONOJuly 11, 2013 – Nakipagpulong kay Mayor Gerry Calderon ang mga representative ng SM Corporation para sa itatayo nilang SM Center sa Angono.

Sisimulan ang pagtatayo ng tatlong palapag na gusali sa Agosto 5 — na kaarawan din ni Mayor Gerry — at inaasahan na mga taga-Angono ang kukuhaning manggagawa para itayo ito. Kapag operational na, ipaprayoridad din ang pag-empleyo sa mga taga-Angono.

Ito ang Perspective drawing ng itatayong SM Center sa Angono.

Ito ang Perspective drawing ng itatayong SM Center sa Angono.

Maglalaan din ng espasyo at gagawa ng programa ang SM Angono upang maitampok ang bayan ng Angono na kilala bilang ‘Art Capital of the Philippines.’ Ang SM Center Angono ay itatayo sa may hi-way sa dating lugar ng sabungan. Target ng SM Angono na maging kliyente at customer ang mga taga-Cardona, Binangonan, Antipolo, Angono at mga taga-Floodway sa Taytay, Rizal.

Aerial View ng SM Center Angono

Aerial View ng SM Center Angono

(Ulat at mga litrato ni Richard R. Gappi)

Ang artwork ni Jasper Espina kung saan nagwagi ito ng 1st Prize sa "Paint Your Town In a Shirt" Contest.

Ang artwork ni Jasper Espina kung saan nagwagi ito ng 1st Prize sa “Paint Your Town In a Shirt” Contest.

Sa pagdiriwang ng Ika-112 Taon “Araw ng Lalawigan ng Rizal,” nagwagi ang bayan ng Angono sa isang Painting Contest na ginanap sa SM Tayatay.

Pinamagatang “Paint Your Town in A Shirt,”  nasungkit ni Jasper Espina, isang mag-aaral sa URS-Angono ang 1st prize sa nasabing patimpalak.  Ito ay ayon na rin sa ulat ng lumikha ng nasabing painting/artwork.

Ayon naman kay Angono Tourism Officer Patnubay Tiamson, nag-2nd at 3rd place ang Cardona at Pililla samantalang 4th place naman ang Binangonan.

Halos isang linggo inieksibit sa publiko ang mga nasabing likhang sining sa Event Center ng nasabing mall.

Ginanap ang awarding noong June 12, sa SM Taytay na isa din sa mga sponsor sa nasabing patimpalak.

Makikita ang iba pang entries sa link na ito:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.594332163934451.1073741895.144766688891003&type=3

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Richard R. Gappi/aRNO

Manda Icasiano, ADN Online!

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Source: http://www.rizalnewsonline.com/2013/06/arts-angono-champion-sa-painting.html

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