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Misor to start readying 2020 Annual Investment Plan

THE Misamis Oriental provincial government will start preparing its 2020 Annual Investment Plan (AIP) by May.

Office of Barangay Affairs (OBA) head Jener Alaba revealed on Monday, April 29 that all departments of the Capitol will start consolidating their respective proposals for the AIP to be taken into consideration by the Provincial Development Council.

Alaba made the announcement as he rallied the 424 barangay councils in Misamis Oriental to beat the deadline and immediately submit their respective resolutions so they could be included in the barangay empowerment program next year.

Projects that may be included range from covered courts to barangay halls, basketball courts, water systems, health centers, evacuation centers, road concretings, road gravelings, stage facilities, multi-purpose halls, flood control, daycare centers, drainage systems, CCTVs, lots purchases, street lighting installations, pre-school buildings, footbridges, solar dryers, public markets, canals concreting, perimeter fence, senior citizens, VAWCC, spillways, treehouses, seawalls, river control, bleachers, dredging, stockrooms, among others.

The AIP is a yearly requirement set to all local government units (LGUs) in the country based on Executive Order No. 189 issued by then President Joseph Estrada mandating all LGUs to submit to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) their respective AIPs.

The AIP will serve as the guide for the usage of the internal revenue allotment (IRA) of a specific year, prioritizing solid waste management, purchase of lots for health facilities and housing settlements, activities in support of the food security program, initiatives in support of cooperative development, construction and maintenance of post-harvest facilities, local roads, sewerage, public buildings and the like.

It undergoes deliberation at the Provincial Development Council which is composed of all mayors of component cities and municipalities, the chairman of the committee on appropriations of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the congressmen of the two districts in Misamis Oriental and accredited non-government organizations (NGOs).

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