THE 18th City Council on its regular session yesterday presided over by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy adopted separate resolutions returning to Barangays 38 and Kauswagan covering their respective budgets for 2019 with the information that the same are in order and may be given force and effect.
From an estimated income of P2.4 million, Barangay 38 allocated P222,270 representing its 20-percent Development Fund for the rehabilitation of its drainage system.
Moreover, it also has allocated P120,402 and P240,804 for its five-percent calamity fund and 10% SK fund, respectively.
For its part, Barangay Kauswagan has earmarked P4,917,188 from its Development Fund project for the concreting of the perimeter fence at Capisnon covered court, drainage at Harpy St. Extension, Zone 1, drainage cover at St. John the Baptist to Raagas compound, road at Gawad Kalinga, pathways at Group 5, Zone 5, and Zone 6, construction of road pavement at Las Piedras St., flood control-declogging of canals, road concreting at Kabina, Zone 1 and at Fairlane, Zone 6 and for its solidwaste program.
It also has allocations for its Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction Management (70%), Quick Response Fund (30%), and SK fund (10%) amounting to P1,101,445, P474,641, and P3,152,172, respectively.
These will be taken from the Barangay’s estimated income of P31.5 million.
The legislations were previously reviewed and endorsed by the committees on barangay affairs and on laws and rules chaired by Councilors Yan Lam S. Lim and Ian Mark Q. Nacaya, respectively. (SP/JAO)