Salaries of city gov’t workers up 10% in 2020

first_img* City Accountant’sOffice – P49,062,702 ILOILO City – Beginning January 2020,the salaries of city government employees would increase by 10 percent. * City General ServiceOffice – P293,473,080 * City Health Office –P162,280,828 * City Engineer’s Office– P87,211,876 Also included in theMOOE of the City Mayor’s Office is P30 million for the Beautification Program. Of the P2.7 billion,57.21 percent (P1,546,449,500) would come from local taxes while the remainingfrom the city’s Internal Revenue Allotment. * Technical Institute ofIloilo City – P11,462,228 The Office of the CityMayor has a total appropriation of P712,195,443 — P73,791,486 for personnelservices (PS); P590,400,957 for the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses(MOOE); and P48,003,000 for Capital Outlay. * City Planning andDevelopment Office – P24,503,743 Matters not covered bythe 2020 budget may be funded via budget supplements, he added. The Local EconomicEnterprise Office (LEEO), meanwhile, has budget of P60.9 million. The 2020budget is P400-million higher than this year’s budget. * Iloilo City CommunityCollege – P24,684,540/PN * City Budget Office –P21,780,797 * City Social Welfare andDevelopment Office – P76,014,894 * City Assessor’s Office– P56,139,719 City hall departmentsand offices and their respective budgets are:center_img “Most of our departmentswould also be getting budget increases,” said Treñas. * City Treasurer’sOffice – P100,743,054 * City Legal Office –P19,069,075 * City Veterinarian’sOffice – P12,839,002 Iloilo City Hall. IAN PAUL CIRDERO/PN * Public Safety andTransportation Management Office – P136,440,663 The increase is contained in the P2.7-billion 2020 city budget approved by theSangguniang Panlungsod (SP) on Dec. 3, according to CouncilorJay Treñas, chairperson of the Sangguniang Panlungsod’s (SP) Committee onAppropriations. * City AgricultureOffice – P20,630,615 “We adjusted thesalaries of our employees. The increase is 10 percent across the board para ka-function sila properly,”said Treñas. * Sangguniang Panlungsod– P78,821,379 * City Civil Registrar’sOffice – P14,148,892 * City Environment andNatural Resources Office – P67,857,795 * City Tourism andDevelopment Office – P11,265,716 * Human ResourceManagement Office – P20,172,3999 * City Auditor’s Office– P478,500 * City Population Office– P26,065,137 last_img read more

Gallery: Syracuse falls to No. 5 Duke, 60-44

first_img Published on February 24, 2018 at 11:55 pm Contact Alexandra: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (18-11, 7-9 Atlantic Coast) made as many shots (17) as it had turnovers (17) on Saturday and in turn couldn’t keep pace with No. 5 Duke (24-5, 12-4), and lost 60-44. Syracuse’s big three of Frank Howard, Tyus Battle and Oshae Brissett failed to ever get it going, and once Paschal Chukwu fouled out, Syracuse’s fate seemed sealed. Commentslast_img

Ex-Ghana coach Claude Le Roy facing prison sentence

first_imgPrison sentence has been requested against former Ghana and current Togo Head coach Claude Le Roy for suspected fraudulent cases.Claude Le Roy is currently on appeal in the case of transfers deemed fraudulent in the early 2000s whilst manager of French side Strasbourg.The Strasbourg public prosecutor’s office has requested suspended prison sentences and fines against him alongside then RC Strasbourg president Patrick Proisy.Claude was tried on an appeal case on Thursday for transfers of players tainted with irregularities, at the turn of the 2000s. The Court will deliver its judgment on December 18.On the last day of the hearing, Advocate General Christophe Mira requested a six months suspended sentence and 25,000 Euros of fine towards the current coach of Togo.In September 2006, Le Roy was named by the Ghana Football Association as coach of the Ghana national football team. He led Ghana to 14th position in the FIFA World Rankings, their highest position ever, but quit the post in May 2008.last_img read more


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