2018, Ordinances

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Hon. Luis Renir B. Burce                                      Acting City Vice Mayor &

President Pro-Tempore & Member,

Hon. Sheina Marie C. Onrubia                                 Floor Leader & Member,

Hon. John Gio Ong-Bongao                             Assistant Floor Leader & Member,

Hon. Roderick P. Martirez                                             Member,

Hon. Arnaldo B. Bragais                                                Member,

Hon. Raul Roi B. Borejon                                              Member,

Hon. Oscar R. Rocha                                                     Member,

Hon. Julio C. Azada Chua, Jr.                                        Member,

Hon. Hector D. Rodriguez                                             Member,

Hon. Danilo C. Buenconsejo                                          Member,

Hon. Eddie S. Perol                                           Pres., LMB & Member, &

Hon. Allan Earvin S. Burce                            Pres., SK Pederasyon & Member.



N         O         N         E


Acting City Mayor:

Hon. Nestor T. San Pablo                         City Vice Mayor & Presiding Officer.



 Proponents:     HON. RAUL ROI B. BOREJON

                        HON. RODERICK P. MARTIREZ

                        HON. DANILO C. BUENCONSEJO


City Ordinance No. 014- 2018



WHEREAS, Section 458, par A, sub-par 3, 3(V) of Republic Act 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991, expressly provides that, “…the Sangguniang Panlungsod, as the legislative body of the city, shall enact ordinances, approve resolutions and appropriate funds for the general welfare of the city and its inhabitants pursuant to Section 16 of this Code in the proper exercise of the city as provided for under Section 22 of the Code and shall:

(3) Subject to the provisions of Book II of this Code, enact ordinances granting franchises and authorizing the issuance of permits and licenses, upon such conditions and for such purpose intended to promote the general welfare of the inhabitants of the city shall:

3(V) Any law to the contrary notwithstanding, authorize and license the establishment, operation and maintenance of cockpits, and regulate cockfighting and commercial breeding of gamecocks; provided, that existing rights should not be prejudiced;


WHEREAS, cockfighting has been and still  a popular, traditional, and customary form of recreation and entertainment among Filipinos during legal holidays, local fiestas, agricultural, commercial, industrial fairs, carnivals or expositions and still one of the major tourist attractions in the Philippines;


WHEREAS, there is a need to regulate the maintenance and operation of cockpits and cockfighting in the City of Tabaco to protect public interest and the general welfare of the people;


NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Hon. Borejon duly seconded and unanimously approved by the members present in the session assembled;


BE IT ORDAINED by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Tabaco, that:


SECTION 1. TITLE. – This ordinance shall be known as “THE TABACO CITY COCKFIGHTING ORDINANCE OF 2018.”


SECTION 2. SCOPE. – This ordinance shall govern the establishment, operation, maintenance, and ownership of cockpits and the regulation of cockfighting in the City of Tabaco.


SECTION 3. PURPOSE. – It is the declared purpose of this ordinance to abide by the policy of the government in the promotion of wholesome recreation and amusement to bring about the following goals:


  1. To effectively control and regulate cockfighting towards its establishment as a form of recreation, relaxation, and source of entertainment;
  2. To provide additional revenue or source of income for the City;
  3. To provide job/employment in the legitimate operation of cockpit.
  4. To preserve Filipino customs and traditions and thereby enhance our national identity.



SECTION 4. DEFINITION OF TERMS. – As used in this ordinance, the following terms shall be understood, applied, and constructed as follows:


  1. Cockfighting – Is the sport of pitting or evenly matching gamecocks to engage in an actual fight where bets on either side are laid. Cockfighting may also be termed as “cockfighting derby or pintakasi (hackfight) or tupada” or its equivalent in different Philippine localities.
  2. Cockfight (Soltada) – The actual fight or physical combat of two (2) pitted or evenly – matched game cocks, where bets on either side are laid. A “carambola”, wherein the actual fight or physical combat is of more than two (2) pitted gamecocks, shall be considered a cockfight.
  3. Cockpit (Sabungan) – The properly enclosed or fenced premises or compound provided with two or more gates or doors for definite points of entrance and exit and licensed in accordance herewith for the holding of cockfighting derby, pintakasi, hackfight or its equivalent term in different Philippine localities.
  4. Cockpit Arena – A commercial building at the center of which is an enclosed cockfighting arena and surrounded by seats provided for bettors and other aficionados.
  5. Franchise – a special privilege granted by the Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) to an individual or group to operate and maintain a cockpit in the City of Tabaco.
  6. Regular Cockfight – means a cockfight held on Sundays, legal and special holidays as provided by law.
  7. Special Cockfight – means a cockfight held on days other than Sundays, legal and special holidays, for special purposes, requiring a special permit.
  8. Special Permit – means a permit secured from the Office of the City Mayor upon the recommendation of the Sangguniang Panlungsod and/or written request of the Barangay Council to hold a cockfighting on days other than Sundays and Legal Holidays and upon resolution of the Sangguniang Panlungsod authorizing such special cockfighting other than Sundays and legal holidays.
  9. Fighting Cock/Game Cock – Also called rooster, and refers to domesticated fowls, whether imported or locally bred as well as native fighting cocks indigenous to the country especially bred and trained condition for actual cockfighting.
  10. Derby – refers to any cockfight promotion other than the regular cockfight or to any special cockfighting event of an even bigger scale and participated in by big-time breeders.
  11. Local Derby – is an invitational cockfight participated in by local game cockers or cockfighting aficionados of the Philippines with “pot money” awarded to the proclaimed winning entry/entries.
  12. International Derby – refers to any invitational cockfight participated in by local and foreign game cockers or cockfighting aficionados with pot money awarded to the proclaimed winning entry/entries.
  13. Pintakasi – is a special three-day cockfighting event scheduled usually on weekdays with an intended charitable institution or group as beneficiary.
  14. Gaffer (Taga-tari) – A person knowledgeable in the technique of arming fighting cocks with the gaff on either or both legs.
  15. Handler (Sultador/Largador) – A person who personally takes physical custody and control inside the arena of a pitted game cock and who actually releases the same for actual fight and combat in game fighting.
  16. Promoter – a person licensed by the Local Government Unit as such who are engaged in convening, meeting, holding and celebrating of specially programmed or arranged cockfighting like local and international derbies or competitions, special matched set to or encounters, pintakasi, and ordinary fights or hock fights.
  17. Bet Manager (kasador) – a person who calls and takes care of bets from owners of both gamecocks and those of other bettors before he orders the commencement of the cockfight and thereafter distributes won bets to the winners after deducting a certain commission.
  18. Bet Taker (Kristo) – A person who participates in cockfights and with the use of money or other things of value, bets with other bettors or through other bet takers and wins or loses his bets depending upon the result of the cockfight as announced by the referee or sentenciador.
  19. Referee (Sentenciador) – A person who watches and oversees the progress of the cockfight and decides its results by announcing the winner or declaring a draw or a no contest game.
  20. Gater – a person who screens and receives admission tickets issued by the cashier to ticket buyer as a condition to gain access inside the cockpit.
  21. Cocker (Aficionado) – A person who participates and bets in cockfighting as a sport, amusement, recreation, or form of relaxation.
  22. Bettor – A person who places bet money on cocks slated for combat.
  23. Pit Manager – A person who professionally, regularly, and habitually manages a cockpit and cockfight therein he may or may not be the owner of the cockpit himself.
  24. Owner/Operator– one who owns the cockpit; the rightful proprietor; a person having the same legal or rightful title and has the exclusive right to hold, use, benefit from, enjoy, convey, transfer and otherwise dispose of the cockpit; an individual who has been granted a franchise or license to operate a cockpit.
  25. Cockfighting paramedic (Parabulong) – a person who takes care of and treats wounded gamecocks.
  26. Zoning Ordinance – refers to the existing ordinance of the City which logically arranges, prescribes, defines and apportions a given political subdivision into specific land uses as present and future projection of needs warrant.


SECTION 5. OWNERSHIP, OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT OF COCKPIT. – The following persons or entities may own, operate or manage a cockpit:


  1. Filipino citizens not otherwise prohibited by law or by existing ordinances;
  2. Corporations, groups of individuals, the capitalization of which is one hundred percent (100%) Filipino-owned and formed/organized and established and licensed for such purpose.
  3. Cooperatives.


SECTION 6. SITE AND CONSTRUCTION OF COCKPITS. – Cockpits shall be constructed and operated within the appropriate areas as prescribed in the zoning laws or ordinance. No cockpit shall be established, maintained and/or operated within the radius of two hundred (200) lineal meters from any existing residential or commercial area, hospitals, school buildings, churches or other public buildings. However, this shall not apply to owners, lessees, or operators of cockpits which are already existing and/or duly licensed prior to the approval of this Ordinance.


Approval or issuance of building permits for the construction of cockpits shall be made by the Local Building Official or City Engineer in accordance with existing ordinances, laws and practices.


Cockpits may also be established within and/or as adjunct or resorts, sports and/or recreational project sites duly recognized and registered with the Philippine Tourism Authority, subject to the limitation of the number of cockpits allowable within the city. Approval of issuance of building permits for the construction of cockpits shall be made by the City Engineer in accordance with the National Building Code, Ordinances, or rules and regulations.


SECTION 7. LICENSING OF COCKPITS. – Pursuant to Section 458 of the Local Government Code (RA 7160), an applicant for a license to operate any cockpit within the City of Tabaco shall be required to secure a Franchise from the Sangguniang Panlungsod.


The legislative franchise shall be in the form of a resolution approved by the Sangguniang Panlungsod and shall have a term of ten (10) years, and renewable for a period of ten (10) years unless terminated by the Sangguniang Panlungsod for violation of any of the provisions of this ordinance and related regulations. Within two (2) years from the expiration of the franchise, the cockpit operator shall be allowed to apply for a renewal with the Sanggunian Panlungsod. Failure to file a Letter of Intent to renew on the prescribed period will pass on the option to other applicants. The franchise/license is a requisite in the issuance of Mayor’s Permit to Operate.


It may be granted to one (1) or more individuals interested to operate a cockpit. A franchise fee of One Hundred Thousand Pesos (₱ 100,000.00) shall be paid to the City Treasurer upon approval of the said franchise. The franchise granted by the Sangguniang Panlungsod is non-transferable. As such, the franchisee shall not sell, assign, lease, grant the usufruct of, or transfer the franchise including the rights and privileges acquired thereunder to any person, natural or juridical, firm or other entities without the prior notice and approval of the Sangguniang Panlungsod.


Existing cockpits in the city shall have a period of one (1) year from the approval of this ordinance to secure the Franchise defined and required under this ordinance. Special Permits as defined in this ordinance may be granted by the City Mayor only if there is a resolution coming from the Sangguniang Panlungsod favorably endorsing the same.


The applicant for a franchise or license to operate a cockpit shall submit a letter of application together with the requirements prescribed in this Ordinance to the Office of the Sangguniang Panlungsod addressed to the City Vice Mayor through the Secretary of the Sangguniang Panlungsod for evaluation, deliberation and recommendation for confirmation or disapproval by the Sanggunian of the said application.


The City Mayor shall issue a Mayor’s Permit for the operation and maintenance of the cockpit after the adoption of the Sanggunian granting the franchise or license to the applicant.


SECTION 8. REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSING OF COCKPITS. – The following requirements must be complied with before the issuance of licenses:


For New License – Every application for new license to operate or maintain a cockpit shall submit to the Sangguniang Panlungsod, through the Secretary to the Sanggunian, the following requirements which must be fully complied with:


  1. Registration of Business from either the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or Department of Trade and Industry (DTI);
  2. Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Registration;
  3. Proof of Ownership of the Land or Lease Contract if being leased;
  4. Proof of Financial Capacity, Company Profile Development Program; provided that, there shall be proof of at least FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (₱ 50,000.00) business capital that is deposited in an accredited banking institution;
  5. Barangay Resolution interposing no objection;
  6. Barangay Clearance;
  7. The names of employees and other persons other than the cockpit personnel doing cockpit business or activity with their designations or positions;
  8. Health certificate of each employee;
  9. Sanitary/Health permit;
  10. Fire Clearance;
  11. Land Reclassification if required (for Agricultural Land)
  12. Zoning Clearance and Building or Occupancy permit
  13. Community Tax


For Renewal – Every application for the renewal of a franchise or license to operate or manage a cockpit shall be submitted to the Sangguniang Panlungsod through the SP Secretary not later than November 30 of the last year of the effectivity of the franchise granted and shall be accompanied with the following:


  1. Clearances from the Office of the City Treasurer on Payment of Dues;
  2. New Lease Contract;
  3. Audited Financial Statement;
  4. Certification for the City Engineer on the Worthiness of the Structure
  5. An occupational permit issued by the Licensing Officer to each cockpit personnel and other persons required to be registered by this ordinance;
  6. Sanitary/Health Permit
  7. Fire Clearance
  8. Barangay Clearance
  9. Community Tax


SECTION 9. IMPOSITION OF FEES FOR COCKPITS AND COCKPIT PERSONNEL. – There shall be collected the following annual Mayor’s Permit Fees from cockpit operators/owners/licensees.


  • From the owner/operator/licensees of the cockpit:


Particular Amount


  • For the owner/operator/licensees of the



  1. Application or filing fee                                               ₱ 1,000.00
  2. Annual Mayor’s permit                                                  2,000.00
  3. Cockpit franchise fee for ten (10) years                         100,000.00


  • From cockpit personnel:


  1. Promoters/hosts                                              ₱ 1,000.00
  2. Pit Manager                                                       500.00
  3. Referee                                                               300.00
  4. Bet taker/”Kristo”/”Llamador”                    200.00
  5. Bet Manager/”Maciador”/”Kasador”         250.00
  6. Gaffer “Mananari”                                           200.00
  7. Cashier                                                                200.00
  8. Derby Matchmaker                                          500.00





  • The application or filing fee is payable to the City Treasurer upon application for a franchise/license to operate and maintain cockpits.
  • The annual Mayor’s permit fee is also payable upon application for a permit before a cockpit shall be allowed to operate and within the month of January of each year.
  • The permit fees on cockpit personnel shall be paid annually before they participate in a cockfight during their birth month from the city where such cockfighting is held. Only duly registered and licensed personnel shall take part in all kinds of cockfights held in the City of Tabaco.
  • Upon payment of the fees herein imposed, the corresponding Mayor’s Permit shall be issued. The Mayor’s permit must always be in the possession of the licensee/permittee, available for presentation upon demand by inspectors from the Mayor’s Office.


SECTION 11. SPECIAL PERMIT FEE FOR COCKFIGHTING. – There shall be collected the following fees per day for cockfighting:


Kinds of Cockfighting Events                                         Amount of Fee


  • Special cockfights (Pintakasi)    ₱ 3,000.00
  • Special Derby Assessment for Promoters:
  1. Two-cock Derby       1,500.00
  2. Three-cock Derby       2,000.00
  3. Four-cock Derby       3,000.00
  4. Five-cock Derby       5,000.00
  • Derby Assessment
  1. International Derby                                      5,000.00
  2. Local Derby
  3. In derbies with pot money of       5,000.00

₱ 100,000.00

  1. In derbies with pot money of       2,500.00

less than ₱ 100,000.00

  • Special Levies for winning bets shall be paid as follows:
  1. For every “sultada” for regular or

special cockfight (with no derby)

there shall be collected from the                                               30.00

owner of the winning cock by the

cockpit owner to be remitted to

the City Treasurer

  1. For every “sultada” for derbies

which shall be collected from the

owner of the winning cock by the                                           100.00

cockpit owner or operator to be

remitted to the City Treasurer


SECTION 12. SUPERVISION. – The City Treasurer shall have the authority to designate its representative/s during the conduct of regular or special cockfights.



  • The fees imposed in Section 11 of this Ordinance shall be payable to the City Treasurer before the special cockfights and derbies can be lawfully held, except special levies for winning bets which shall be paid on the first working day immediately after the holding of the cockfight.
  • Surcharge for Late Payment – Failure to pay the fees imposed herein within the prescribed period shall subject the taxpayer to a surcharge of twenty-five percent (25%) of the original amount of fees due.


SECTION 14. BUSINESS TAX. – The imposition of the annual fixed tax on cockpits shall be governed by pertinent provisions of the Revenue Code of the City of Tabaco. The Annual Fixed Business Tax is payable to the City Treasurer upon application of a permit before a cockpit shall be allowed to operate and within the month of January of each year.


SECTION 15. BOOK OF ACCOUNTS AND RECORDS. – The Cockpit owner, operator, or manager, is required to keep proper book of accounts and records in connection with the operation. The City Treasurer or his/her duly authorized representatives, shall have the authority to inspect within reasonable time said books of accounts and records.



  • The Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) shall determine the number of cockpit allowed to operate in the city. Considering that the City of Tabaco has a population of more than One Hundred Thousand (100,000), two (2) cockpits are allowed. Provided that, when the population of the city shall reach over two hundred thousand (200,000), another cockpit may be established, maintained, and operated in the City.
  • The owner of the cockpit shall provide adequate parking space as provided in the Zoning Ordinance.
  • Holding of cockfights. Except as provided in this Article, cockfighting shall be allowed in this city only in licensed cockpits during Sundays and legal holidays and during local fiestas for not more than three (3) days. It may also be held during city agricultural, commercial, or industrial fairs, carnival or exposition for a similar period of three (3) days upon resolution of the Sangguniang Panlungsod. No cockfighting on the occasion of such fair, carnival or exposition shall be allowed within the month of a local fiesta or for more than two (2) occasions a year. No cockfighting shall be held on December 30 (Rizal Day), June 12 (Philippine Independence Day), Last Monday of August (National Heroes’ Day), November 30 (Bonifacio Day), Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Election or Referendum day and during Registration Days for such election or referendum.
  • No special cockfights shall be allowed unless authorized by a special permit through a resolution of the Sangguniang Panlungsod. The application for such permit shall be filed with the Sangguniang Panlungsod at least thirty (30) days before the event. Every application shall be signed by the owner/operator or licensee where such special cockfights are to be held and countersigned by the promoter or a representative of the beneficiary, to be supported with the following necessary documents:
  1. Letter application of cockpit owner, operator for a special permit;
  2. Letter request of the beneficiary to the cockpit owner, operator or licensee to stage special cockfights in particular cockpit;
  3. Recommendation, endorsement or referral by the City Mayor to the Sangguniang Panlungsod;
  4. In case of derbies in support of national or local fund raising campaign, a copy of the Presidential or Mayor’s Proclamation authorizing the fund raising campaign or a copy of the resolution from authorized agency, institution or organization authorizing the fund raising campaign and specifying the purpose thereof.
  • Cockfighting for entertainment of tourists or for charitable purposes. Subject to the preceding subsection hereof, the holding of cockfights may also be allowed for the entertainment of foreign dignitaries or for tourists, or for returning Filipinos, commonly known as “Balikbayans”, or for the support of national fund-raising campaigns for charitable purposes as may be authorized upon resolution of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, in licensed cockpits or in playgrounds or parks. This privilege shall be extended for only one (1) time, for a period not exceeding three (3) days, within a year.
  • Cockfighting officials. Gaffers, referees, bet takers, or promoters shall not act as such in any cockfight in the city without first securing a license renewable every year on their birth month from the city where such cockfighting is held. Only personnel licensed by the city shall officiate in all kinds of cockfighting authorized herein.
  • The duly  registered  cockpit  officials  shall use  a  uniform  with  their  names  and  position  printed  in  big  bold  letters  at  the  back  and  the  name  of  the  cockpit  in  front,  they  shall  also  use  an  Identification  Card  (ID)  which  they  shall  always  display  in  their  uniform  when  officiating  during  authorized
  • No operator or owner of a cockpit shall employ or allow to participate in a cockfight any of the above-mentioned personnel unless he has registered and paid the fee herein required.
  • It shall be the obligation of the owner, promoter or lessee of a cockpit to inform the City Treasurer’s office of the schedule of any special cockfight or derby to be held thereat, at least one (1) week prior to its commencement.
  • Barangay Cockfight during Fiesta Celebrations. The Sangguniang Panlungsod by way of a resolution and upon application by the Sangguniang Barangay concerned, that will celebrate a barangay fiesta, may authorize the grant or issuance of a special permit to the said barangay to hold a barangay cockfight in a licensed cockpit for not less than three (3) consecutive days and not more than once a year, upon payment of fees in the amount of Five Hundred Pesos (₱ 500.00) with the City Treasurer’s Office. Provided however, that the proceeds that may be derived from the event shall accrue to the General Fund of the Barangay concerned.
  • No gambling of any other kind shall be permitted in the premises of the cockpit during cockfights.
  • Selling and consumption of intoxicating liquor of any kind and illegal drugs are strictly prohibited in the premises of any cockpit, neither shall any firearm or any deadly weapon be permitted to be carried into within the premises thereof except by peace officers in due performance of their official duties.
  • All commercial breeders of fighting cocks or gamecocks are required to register with the City Agriculturist. The City Agriculturist shall furnish the City Mayor, copy furnish the Sangguniang Panlungsod, with a complete record of duly registered commercial breeders.
  • Aside from the operation of a cockpit all other business activities inside the premises of the cockpit will have to secure a Mayor’s Permit relative to their operations and pay corresponding business taxes and license as required by law.
  • Minors are not allowed within the premises of the cockpit arena in whatever capacity. The operator, manager or licensee shall be responsible for strict compliance with this rule.
  • Strictly “No Smoking” on the said public place except in the provided area for smoking aficionados.
  • Cleanliness must be observed in the cockpit arena and premises at all times. Trash receptacles must be properly placed in the area. Rest rooms must be provided and must be maintained in good and comfortable condition.



  • The promoter or owner of a licensed cockpit or permit holder shall promulgate house rules on the conduct of cockfighting which shall be clearly made known to all stakeholders in the cockfighting activity, announcing house rules in the cockpit area, posting of house rules in the cockpit premises, or other ways as the management may deem fit, in which case the cockpit “aficionados” shall follow and adhere. The said rules shall be consistent with laws, public order, good customs and practices.
  • Promoters, owners, licensees, shall ensure public order and safety in the conduct of any cockfighting activity.


SECTION 18.  COMPLAINTS AND PROTEST. – The Sangguniang Panlungsod shall take cognizance of complaints and protest related to the operation and management of cockpits or the conduct of cockfighting in writing and under oath. The Sanggunian shall prescribe the rules and procedure governing the disposition of such cases.





  • Violations by the owner, operator, or franchisee of any provision of this Ordinance shall have the following penalties:
  1. First Offense – Fine of One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (₱ 1,500.00) plus two (2) week suspension
  2. Second Offence – Fine of Three Thousand Pesos (₱ 3,000.00) plus one (1) month suspension
  3. Third Offence – Five Thousand Pesos (₱ 5,000.00) plus revocation of franchise.
  • Violations by any person of the prohibited acts in this ordinance shall have the following penalties:
  1. First Offence – Fine of Five Hundred Pesos (₱ 500.00)
  2. Second Offence – Fine of  One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (₱ 1,500.00)
  3. Third Offence – Fine of Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (₱ 2,500.00) or imprisonment of at least ten (10) days but not more than twenty (20) days or both at the discretion of the court.

            Perennial violators after due notice and hearing shall be penalized perpetual disqualification from participating therein.


SECTION 20. APPLICABILITY CLAUSE. – The provision of P.D. 449, otherwise known as the Cockfighting Law of 1974, P.D. 1802 (Creating the Philippine Game Fowl Commission), Municipal Revenue Code and such other pertinent laws shall apply to all matters regarding the operation of cockpit in the City of Tabaco.


SECTION 21. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE. – If for any reason, any provision, section or part of this Ordinance shall be held to be unconstitutional or invalid, other parts or provision thereof which are not affected shall continue to be in full force and effect.


SECTION 22. REPEALING CLAUSE. – All Ordinances, rules, and regulations or part thereof, whose provisions are in conflict with, or contrary, to the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby-repealed, amended, or modified accordingly.


SECTION 23. EFFECTIVITY CLAUSE. – This Ordinance shall take effect upon approval and after posting of a copy in conspicuous places in the City and publication in a newspaper of local circulation.

APPROVED, this 4th day of September 2018.


We hereby certify to the correctness of the foregoing Ordinance.



                           RAUL ROI B. BOREJON                RODERICK P. MARTIREZ

                                      Proponent                                              Proponent




                        DANILO C. BUENCONSEJO                LUIS RENIR B. BURCE

                                        Proponent                                Acting City Vice Mayor &

                                                                                                 President Pro-Tempore                                    




GLENDA B. PANTI                                       

Secretary to the Sangguniang Panlungsod          





                                                                                    NESTOR T. SAN PABLO

                                                                                            Acting City Mayor