Langagan Barangay Council

Langagan Barangay Council

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Condolence barangay captain Wilfred lagran cabuyadao..may you rest in peace..would not forget you..

Barangay Langagan is Located east side of Sanchez Mira Town Proper. It is ranked number 4 in terms of IRA. I. Preliminaries
-Message of the Punong Barangay
-Brief Profile
-Development Thrust
1.

Vision
2. Mission
3. Goals

II. Summary

III. Report Findings

PERFORMANCE AREA

1. Governance
-Local Legislation
-Transparency
-Citizen’s Participation

2. Administration
-Development Planning
-Revenue Generation
-Revenue Allocation and Utilization
-Fiscal and Accountability
-Facilities and Costumer Service
-Human Resource Development and Management

3. Social Services
-Hea

Operating as usual

25/04/2018

Sukat ti sakripisyo ken kinapudno nga agserbi nga indaulwan ni late Hon. WILFREDO LAGRAN CABUYADAO..Kap dagitoyen dagiti pammadayaw ngaa inka inar arapaap para iti barangay tayo nga langagan bayat iti pinagserbim iti sidong mi. Dakkel a karit para kadagiti sumukat kenka. Ammok nga naragsakan ka iti resulta iti indaulwam nga serbisyo idi sibibiag ka pay. Kudos kanyam manong kap. Tultulungan nakami kadi a kanayun uray awan kan ken ikarkaragan na kami para iti narayray pay a barangay langagan.

PARANGAL NG BAYAN SA MGA BIDA.
April 25, 2018

#Champion for the best implementer of R.A 9003 (Ecological Solid Waste Management) municipal award
#Champion for Most Improved Barangay
#Champion for the Most Outstanding Ecological Solid Waste Management Implementer (DILG Award)
#2nd runner up for Municipal Award for Disaster-Prepared Barangay
#2nd runner up for Most Outstanding BPOC (Barangay Peace and Order Council)

agyamankami met iti sibubukel a barangay langagan iti panangsuportayo iti programa iti barangay tayo tapno masukit dagitoy a pwmmadayaw. Sinanama kami nga agtyltuloy iti panangarakup yo kadagitoy nga programa tapnu mapadur as tay pay ti barangay tayo nga langagan....

19/04/2018

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Scientists have developed a 'mutant' enzyme that eats plastic.

24/03/2018

Just finished SYNCHRONIZED BARANGAY ASSEMBLY DAY. Agyaman kami iti ida dar ay yu dakayo nga kalugaran tapno maamwan yu ti mapaspasamak iti uneg ti barangay tayo para iti pagsayaatan tayo amin. Tnx din to all the speakers most especially to our beloved MLGOO Mam Mariel S. Maramag who imparted an educational topic, reminders and the like, to all langaganians.

16/03/2018

FYI:

Iti skedyul ti Langagan Barangay Council para iti pannakaited ti programa iti pimmusayen a kapitan tayo ti Langagan nga ni HON. WILFREDO LAGRAN CABUYADAO ket inton March 19, 2018 Monday alas dos ti malem. Maaw awis kayo amin kakabsat nga umay makipagpaset iti nasao nga aktibidad. Maangay mismo idiay balayda iti Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan (house of residence). Agyaman kami, LANGAGAN BARANGAY COUNCIL.

14/03/2018

PARA KADAKAYO AMIN A KALUGARAN MI ITI BARANGAY LANGAGAN. ITI PETSA A PANNAKAIDULIN TI AMA TAYO ITI BARANGAY NGA NI HON. WILFREDO LAGRAN CABUYADAO KET INTON MARSO 21, 2018. ORAS NA APO KET MAIPOST TU METLNG DITOY OFFICIAL PAGE TAYO. NU SINNUN TU MAYAT UMAY MAKIPUNPON MAAWIS KAYO AMIN KAKABSAT PARA ITI MAUDI NGA GUNDAWAY NGA PANNAKAKITA TAYO KENKUANA. KEN DAGITAY MAYAT MET KAKABSAT NGA MANGIPAAY TI ANYAMAN A TULONG KET SILULUKAT APO DAYTOY PAGE TAYO PARA ITI KOMUNIKASYON YU KANYAK AS ADMINISTRATOR TOY PAGE TI BARANGAY LANGAGAN WENNU MABALIN YU KONTAKEN DAGITI IMMEDIATE FAMILY NA..DAGITI DADDUMA NGA SKEDYUL TI PROGRAMA PARA KENKUANA KET MAIPOST TU METLA DITOY. DIOS TI AGNGINA KADAKAYO AMIN NGA MANGAY AYAT KENKUANA.

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07/03/2018

ATM..barangay evaluation...goodluck sa barangay officials...

05/01/2018

FYI:
Our New and Improved Barangay Official Logo is set to use anytime this year. All printed documents coming from our office with this logo is now acceptable in public use. But as of now, the old logo is still acceptable within few months of use.

The logo resembles the following:

COLORS: Yellow represents the vision of the barangay for a brighter future of the barangay regarding governance as the priority aspect, Green represents the adoption and full implementation of Ecological Solid Waste Management of the barangay to fully achieved a well-balanced community by protecting the environment to have a relaxing place to live in,and Orange represents the mission of the barangay to implement rules and regulations coming from the roots to the highest peak of achievements regarding local income, peace and order, infrastructure and other develoment programs towards a better Langagan.

7 STARS: The Seven (7) Stars represents the creation of 7 puroks which is congruent to the numbers of Kagawad in the barangay in order to fully fulfill their duties and responsibilities as a sectoral leader.

COCONUT TREES: One of the main products of the barangay that caters all neighboring cities and provinces.

SMALL HOUSE(BAHAY KUBO): Represents the old houses of the forefathers of the barangay which is until now is still available in the place used by some ethnic groups residing in the barangay and other fellow residents who cannot afford to build a concrete one.

HILLS/MOUNTAINS: Represents the boundaries of the barangay to the neighboring barangays in the south portion of the barangay that connects to the Apayao Province, where woods come from and other natural resources are available.

RICE FIELD: Is another main source of livelihood of the people in the barangay and one of the producers of palay that can be distributed to all neghboring towns even other cities and provinces.

05/01/2018

Langagan Barangay Council

20/12/2017

Tay tinawagan naka, text naka, sangkabassit a palagip, imotivate naka, ichallenge naka, ken addaan sagpaminsan panagsisinnukat ti kapanunotan = CHAMPION barangay langagan as the Best LANTERN for december 20, 2017 LANTERN PARADE. Congratulations BARANGAY OFFICIALS, contributors and supporters of barangay langagan for another Job Well done. Mabuhay Langaganians. My best salute to ALL OF YOU.

12/10/2017

Cagayan Provincial Information Office

thebrightinvestor.com 12/10/2017

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08/10/2017

General assembly with the speakers: MLGOO Mariel Maramag, our very own Municipal Mayor Asela B. Sacramed, Municipal Vice-Mayor Napoleon A. Malto, PNP representative SPO4 Briones and Representative from D.A. Office Mam Evelyn D. Fuertes. Agyaman kami amin kadakayo nga kalugaran mi nga dimmar ay iti daytoy nga taripnong. Kasta met iti Namarsua nga nangted linak, talna ken kappia tapnu naaramid daytoy a gundaway nga naannayas ken napnuan pateg nga aramid.

31/07/2017

3rd group contestant for hataw

31/07/2017

Nutrition Month celebration with hataw contest.
Contestant group number 1

12/06/2017

Kaaldawan ti PANAGWAYWAYAS TI PAGILIAN TAYO A PILIPINAS.06122017

15/12/2016

ANG STAR NAMIN SA PASKO

12/09/2016

BADAC Information Dissemination with Langagan Barangay Council with the element of PNP SANCHEZ MIRA; SPO3 EMMANUEL BRIONES as lecturer and PO3 ROBERT ARSENAL.

17/08/2016

An official visit of Langagan Barangay Council at the Provincial Capitol of Province of Cagayan with PCL NAPOLEON SACRAMED..

16/08/2016

Langagan basketball court

13/08/2016

Opening of JR.-SR. BASKETBALL and VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT women division, blessing of garbage truck and movable court.

30/07/2016

Cagayan Provincial Information Office

PRESS RELEASE No. 75
(26 JULY 2016)

NASSIPING-DUNGAO TULAY, ITATAYONG PROYEKTO NI GOB. MAMBA SA ILALIM NG PRDP

Isang tulay na dudugtong sa bayan Gattaran at Sto. Nino, ang itatayo bilang sub-project ng Cagayan Dairy Enterprise sa ilalim ng Philippine Rural Development Project o PRDP, isang malaking proyekto ng Department of Agriculture at World Bank sa pakikipag-ugnayan sa lokal na pamahalaan.

Bunsod sa pagtatayo ng bagong Provincial Project Management Implementing Unit (PPMIU) na siyang mangangasiwa sa implementasyon ng PRDP sa Cagayan, mas pinili ni Governor Manuel N. Mamba na magtayo ng tulay na magbibigay ng mas malawak at malaking benepisyo sa lalawigan sa larangan ng agrikultura at ekonomiya.

Ito rin ay bunsod sa kanyang prayoridad sa ilalim ng kanyang Cagayan Development Agenda 2015 na idudugtong niya ang mga bayan at barangay sa kanluran at silangang bahagi ng lalawigan sa pamamagitan ng “Cagayan River Five-Bridges Project.”
Ayon kay Gob. Mamba ang limang tulay na ito ay hindi lamang magdurugtong sa mga bayan at barangay. Ito din ay magbibigay daan sa pag-unlad ng mga bayan na ito na mag-uudyok din sa paglago ng ekonomiya ng Cagayan, kasama na din ang sosyal at political na pag-unlad.

Ang Nassiping-Dungao bridge ay pakikinabangan ng siyam (9) na bayan: Sto. Nino, Lasam, Tuao, Rizal, Piat, Gattaran, Alcala, Amulung at Solana. Tinatayang na may 151,874 ektarya ng lupa sa mga bayan na ito ang tinatamnan at 33% ng produksiyon sa buong lalawigan ay galing sa mga bayan na ito.
Sa ilalim ng proyektong ito, inaasahan na higit daan libong magsasaka ang matutulungan.

Kung ito ay papasa sa World Bank, popondohan naman ang proyektong nagkakahalaga ng halos P560 milyon. Ang pondo ay magmumula sa World Bank sa pamamagitan ng isang loan scheme. Magkakaroon din ng counterpart sa pondo ang DA at ang Pamahalaang Panlalawigan.

Samantala, upang mapabilis ang pag-apruba ng National Project Coordination Office ng DA sa nasabing proyekto, inatasan ni Gob. Mamba ang PPMIU na ihanda ang mga rekisitos tulad ng feasibility study at tapusin ito sa lalong madaling panahon.

Nag-umpisa ng magtrabaho ang PPMIU at nagkaroon na ng survey exploration sa lugar kung saan itatayo ang tulay.

Ayon kay Pearlita P. Mabasa, Assistant Provincial Agriculturist at PPMIU Head, abala na ang grupo na kumukuha ng lebel ng tubig sa bandang katatayuan ng tulay. “Isinasagawa na ang depth sounding sa lugar upang mabuo na ang Detailed Engineering Design (DED) ng proyekto,” sabi niya.

Ayon pa din sa kanya, magsisimula na sa Agosto 5 ang pagsasagawa ng konsultasyon sa mga barangay na maapektuhan sa pagtatayo ng tulay.

Ang PRDP ay isang programa ng DA na naglalayong mataguyod ng mga programang agrikultura na makabago, akma sa pabago-bagong klima, at magpapalawak sa ekonomiya ng mga pamayanan, lalo na ang pag-unlad ng mga magsasaka at mga mangingisda.

Ito ay may apat na component: I-PLAN, I-BUILD, I-REAP at I-SUPPORT.

(MIELMIA MARIE T. BAQUIRAN)

24/07/2016

new barangay vehicle acquired thru LGU Sanchez Mira.

16/12/2015

Iti kasta unay a pannakaidumduma ti selebrasyon ti Xmas program ti barangay langagan.

31/07/2015

Republic of the Philippines
Province of Cagayan
Municipality of Sanchez Mira
BARANGAY LANGAGAN

OFFICE OF THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY

ORDINANCE No. 01 SERIES 2015

AN ORDINANCE ENACTING THE REVISED BARANGAY REVENUE CODE OF BARANGAY LANGAGAN OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF SANCHEZ MIRA PROVINCE OF CAGAYAN

WHEREAS, Section 129 of the Local Government Code of 1991 (R.A. 7160) States:
POWER TO CREATE SOURCES OF REVENUE-Each Local Government shall exercise its power to create its own sources of revenue and levy taxes, fees, and charges subject to the provision herein, consistent with the basic policy of local autonomy. Such taxes, fees, and charges shall accrue exclusively to the local government units;

WHEREAS, Section 152 of R.A. 7160 states: SCOPE OF TAXING POWERS-The Barangay may levy taxes, fees, and charges, as provided in this article which shall exclusively accrue to them:

a. Taxes – On stores or retailers with fixed business establishments with gross sales or receipts of the preceding calendar year of Thirty Thousand Pesos (Php30, 000.00) or less, in the case of municipalities, at a rate not exceeding one percent (1%) on such gross sales or receipts.
b. Barangay Clearance – No City or Municipality may issue any license or permit for any business or activity unless a clearance if first obtained from the barangay where such a business or activity is located or conducted. For such clearance, the sangguniang barangay may impose a reasonable fee.

WHEREAS, Section 132 of R.A. 7160 concluded that LOCAL TAXING AUTHORITY – the power to impose a tax, fee, or charge or to generate revenue under this code should be exercised by the sanggunian of the local government unit concerned through an appropriate ordinance;

WHEREAS, there is a need for the barangay to raise revenue to augment its operational expenses and finance its various projects;

WHEREFORE, in response to said need, the Sangguniang Barangay hereby adopts and approves the following rates, which are not to be applied uniformly:

Be it ordained by the Sangguniang Barangay of Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan, in session herein assembled on Sunday, 15 March 2015 Barangay Hall, Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan.

CHAPTER I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

ARTICLE A
TITLE,FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND SCOPE

Section 1A-Title: This ordinance shall be known Revised Tax Revenue Code of Barangay Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan, Philippines

Section 2A- Fundamental Principles: The following principles shall govern the exercise of the taxing and other revenue-raising powers of Barangay Langagan:

1. Be equitable and based as far as practicable on the taxpayer’s ability to pay;
2. Be levied and collected only for public purposes;
3. Not be unjust, excessive, oppressive, or confiscatory;
4. Not to be contrary to law, public policy, national economic policy, or in restraint of trade;
5. The collection of taxes, fees, charges, and other impositions shall in no case be let to any private person;
6. The revenue collected pursuant to the provisions of this ordinance shall inure solely to the benefit of, and be subject to disposition by the local government of Barangay Langagan unless otherwise specifically provided herein; and
7. As far as practicable, the Local Government of Barangay Langagan shall evolve a progressive system of taxation.

Section 3A –Scope of Application: This ordinance shall apply to all business entities and inhabitants within the political jurisdiction of Barangay Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan as defined and enumerated in SECTION 1, ARTICILE B.

ARTICLE B
DEFINITIONS AND RULES OF CONSTRUCTION

Section 1B - Definition of Terms:

1. Agricultural Product – includes the yield of the soil, such as corn, rice, coconuts, sugarcane, root crops, vegetables, fruits, flowers, ornamental plants and their by-products, all kinds of fish; poultry; and livestock and animal products whether in their original form or not.
2. Amusement – is a pleasurable diversion and entertainment. It is synonymous to relaxation, avocation, pastime or fun;
3. Amusement places –includes theaters, cinemas, concert halls, circuses, and other places of amusement where one seeks admission to entertain oneself by seeing or viewing the show of performances;
4. Business – a trade or commercial activity regularly engaged in as means of livelihood or with a view to profit;
5. Banks and other Financial Institutions – banks and non-bank financial intermediaries, lending investors, finance and business companies, pawnshops, money shops, insurance companies, stock markets, stock brokers and dealers in securities and foreign exchange, as defined under applicable law, or rules and regulations there under;
6. Capital Investment – is the capital which a person employs in any undertaking, or which he contributes to the capital of a partnership, corporation, or any other juridical entity or association in particular taxing jurisdiction;
7. Charges – a pecuniary liability as rents or fees against persons or property;
8. Contractor – includes persons natural or juridical, not subject to professional tax under section 139 of R.A. 7160, whose activity consists essentially of the sale of all kinds of services for a fee, regardless of whether or not the performance of the service calls for the exercise or use of the physical or mental faculties of such contractors or his/her employees. As used in this section, the term ‘contractor’ shall include general engineering, general building and specialty contractors as defined under applicable laws; filling, demolitions and salvage works contractor; proprietors or persons engaged in the installation of water system, and gas or electric light, heat, or power, proprietors or operators of smelting plants; engraving; plating; and lamination establishment; proprietors or operators of establishments for repairing, painting, upholstering, washing or greasing of vehicles, heavy equipment, vulcanizing, recapping and battery charging; proprietors or operators of furniture shops and establishment for planning or surfacing and re-cutting of lumber, and sawmills under contract to saw or cut logs belonging to other; proprietor or operators of dry cleaning or dyeing establishments, steam laundries and laundries using washing machines; proprietors or operators of shops for the repair of any kind of mechanical contrivance; proprietors or operators of establishment or lots for parking purposes; proprietors or operators of tailor shop, dress shop, beauty parlors, barbershops, massage clinic, sauna, Turkish or Swedish baths, slenderizing and building saloons and similar establishment; Photographic studios; funeral parlors; proprietors or operators of hotels, motels, and lodging houses; proprietors or operators of warehousing or forwarding establishments; master plumbers, smiths, and house or sign painters; printers, bookbinders, lithographers; publishers except those engaged in the publication or printing of any newspaper, magazine, review or bulleting which appears at regular intervals with fixed prices for subscription and sale and which is not devoted principally to the publication of advertisements; business agents, private detective or watchman agencies; commercial and immigration brokers and advertisements film owners, lessors and distributors.
9. Dealers – means one whose business is to buy and sell merchandise, goods, and chattel as a merchant. He stands immediately between the producer or manufacturer and the consumer and depends for his profit not upon the labor he bestows upon his commodities but upon the skill and foresight with which he watches the market;
10. Fee – means a charge fixed by law or ordinance for the regulation or inspection of a business activity.
11. Gross Receipts – include the total amount of money or its equivalent representing the contract price, compensation or service fee, including the amount charged or materials supplied with the services and deposits or advance payments actually or constructively received during the taxable quarter for the services performed or to be performed and for another person excluding discounts if determinable at the time of sales, sales return, excise tax and value added tax(VAT);
12. License or Permit - is a right or permission granted in accordance with law or competent authority to engage in some business occupation or to engage in some transaction;
13. Manufacturers - includes every persons who, by physical or chemical process, alters the exterior texture of form or inner substance of any raw material or manufactured or partially manufactured product in such manner as to prepare it for special use or uses to which it could not have been put in its original condition, or who by any such process, alters the quality of any such raw material or manufactured or partially manufactures products so as to reduce it to marketable price shape or prepare it for any of the use of industry, or who by any such process, combines any such raw material or manufactured or partially manufactured products with other materials or products of the same or of different kinds and in such manner that the finished products of such process or manufacture can be put to a special use or uses to which such raw material or manufactures or partially manufactured products in their original condition could have been put, and who in addition, alters such raw material or manufactured or partially manufactured products, or combines the same to produce such finished products for the purpose of their sale or distribution to others and not for his own use or consumption;
14. Operator – includes the owner, manager, administrator, or any other person who operates or is responsible for the operation of a business establishment or undertaking;
15. Peddler – means any person who, either for him/her or on commission travels from place to place and sells his goods of offers to sell and deliver the same. Whether a peddler is a wholesale or a retail peddler of a particular commodity shall be determined from the definition of wholesale dealer or retailer dealer as provided in this title;
16. Persons – means every natural or juridical being, susceptible of rights and obligations or of being subject to local relations;
17. Rental – means the value or consideration whether in money or otherwise, given for the enjoyment of a thing;
18. Residents – refers to natural persons who have their habitual residence in the province, city or municipality where they exercise their civil rights and fulfill their civil obligations, and to juridical persons for whom the law or any other provisions creating or reorganizing them fixes their residence in a particular province, city or municipality. In the absence of such law, juridical persons are residents of the province or principal office or business or where they conduct their principal business occupation;
19. Retail – means a sale where the purchaser buys the commodity for his own consumption, irrespective of the quantity of the commodity sold;
20. Revenues – includes taxes, fees, and charges that state or its political subdivision collects and receives into the treasury for public purposes;
21. Service – means the duties, work or function performed or discharged by a government officer or a private persons contracted by the government or as the case maybe;
22. Tax – means an enforced contribution, usually monetary in form, levied by the law-making body on person and property subject to its jurisdiction of the purpose of supporting government needs;
23. Wholesale – means a sale where the purchaser buys or imports the commodities for resale to persons other than the end user regardless of the quantity of the transaction.

Section 2B – Rules of Construction – In constructing the provisions of this code, the following rules of construction shall be observed unless inconsistent with the manifest intent of the provisions or when they would lead to such technical peculiar or appropriate meaning.

a. General Rule – All words and phrases shall be constructed and understood according to the common approve usage or the language, but technical words and phrases and such other words in this code which have acquired peculiar and appropriate meaning shall be constructed and understood to such technical peculiar or appropriate meaning;
b. Gender and Number – Every word in this code importing the masculine gender shall extend to both male and female. Every word importing the singular number shall apply to several persons or things and every word importing the plural number shall apply to one person or thing;
c. Computation of Time – The time within which an act is to be don or provided in this code or in any rule or regulation issued pursuant to the provision hereof, where express in days, shall be computed excluding the first day and including the last day, except when the day falls on a Sunday or Holidays in which case, the same shall be excluded in the computation and the business day shall be considered the last day;
d. Reference – All references on chapters, articles and sections are to be the Chapters, Articles and Sections in this Code, unless otherwise specified;
e. Conflicting Provisions of Chapters – If the provisions of different chapters or contravene such chapter, the provisions of such chapter shall prevail as to all specific matters and questions involved thereon;
f. Confliction Provisions of Sections – If the provisions of different sections in the same chapters conflicts with each other, the following of the section which is last point of sequence shall prevail;

CHAPTER II
BUSINESS TAX

ARTICLE A
TAX ON RETAIL STORES OR RETAILERS

Section 1A- Imposition of Tax. There is hereby imposed a tax on one (1%) percent on gross sales or gross receipts of the preceding Year of Thirty Thousand Pesos (Php30, 000.00) or less on stores or retailers with fixed business establishment within Barangay Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan.

Section 2A –.Time of Payment and Accrual of Tax. The Tax imposed herein shall accrue on the first day of January of each year as regards subject then liable therefore. However, tax due maybe paid on semestral and/ or quarterly basis without the imposition of corresponding surcharge or interest on the unpaid amount.

Section 3A –Collection of Taxes. The tax must be paid to, and collected by the Barangay Treasurer or his duly authorized representative before any business or trade activity herein specified can be lawfully begun or pursued and the tax shall be reckoned from the beginning of the calendar year. When the business is abandoned, the tax shall not be exacted for a period longer than the current quarter and the business, or trade activity, is abandoned, no refund of the corresponding to the unexpired quarter shall be made.

Section 4A –Surcharge for late payment and interest on Unpaid Taxes. Failure to pay the tax prescribed in this article within the time required shall subject the taxpayer to a surcharge or Twenty-Five Percent (25%) of the original amount of tax due.

Such surcharge shall be paid at the time and in the same manner as the original tax due.

In addition to the surcharge imposed herein, there shall be imposed an interest of Two Percent (2%) per month from the date it is due until it is fully paid, provided that in no case shall be total interest on the unpaid amount or a portion thereof exceed Thirty-Six (36) months.

Where an extension of time for the payment of the tax has been granted and the amount is not paid in full prior to the expiration of the extension, the interest aforementioned shall be collected on the unpaid amount from the date it become originally due until fully paid.

Section 5A–Administrative Provisions, Rules and Regulation.

a. Requirement. Any person who shall establish, or operate any retail store in this Barangay shall first obtain a Mayor’s Permit and pay the fee prescribed therefore and the business tax imposed under this article.
b. Issuance and Posting of Official Receipt. The Barangay Treasurer shall issue an official receipt upon payment of the business tax imposed herein. Issuance of the said official receipt shall not relieve the taxpayer from any requirement being imposed in this Barangay under existing municipal ordinances, rules, and regulations.
c. Invoice or Receipt. All people subject to the taxes on business, shall, for each sale or transfer of merchandise or goods, or for service rendered, valued at five pesos (5.00) or more at any one time, prepare an issue sales or commercial invoices and receipt serially numbered in duplicate, showing among others their names or style if any, any business address. The original copy of its sales invoice or receipt shall be issued to the purchaser or customer and the duplication to be kept and preserved by the person subject to the said tax, in his place of business for a period of five years.

The receipt or invoke issued pursuant to the requirements of the Bureau of Internal Revenue for determination of National Internal Revenue taxes shall be sufficient for the purpose of this code.

d. Sworn Statement of Gross Receipts or Sales. Operators of business subject to the taxes imposed therein shall submit a sworn statement of gross sales or receipts as pre-requisite for the issuance of Mayor’s Permit.
e. Issuance of Certification. The Barangay Treasurer may, upon representation of Satisfactory proof that the original official receipt has been lost, stolen or destroyed, issue a certification to the effect that the tax has been paid, indication therein, the number of the official receipt issued, as provided for under Section 4A. 01 (06), Article A, Chapter IV of this Code.
f. Transfer of Business to Other Location. Any business for which the Barangay tax has been paid by the person conduction it may be transferred and continued in any other place within the territorial limits of this Barangay without paying any additional tax during the period for which the payment of the tax was made.
g. Death of License. When any individual paying a business tax due and the business in continued by a person interested in his estate, no additional payment shall be required for the residue of the term for which the tax was paid.
h. Retirement of Business. Any person subject to the tax on business imposed herein shall, upon termination of the business, submit a sworn statement of the gross sales or receipts for the calendar year.

For purposes thereof, termination shall mean that the business operations are stopped completely. Any change in ownership, management and/or name of the business shall not constitute termination as contemplated in this Article. Unless stated otherwise, assumption of the business by any new owner or manager or registration of the same business under a new name in the Barangay will notify the municipal treasurer for record purposes in the course of the renewal of the permit or license to operate the business.

The Barangay Treasurer shall see to it that the payment of taxes of a business is not avoided by the termination or retirement thereof. For this purpose, the following procedural guidelines shall strictly be observed.

1. The Barangay Treasurer shall verify every application for termination of business and inspect the address of the business on record to verify if it really no longer operating. If he finds that the business is simply placed under a new name, manager and/or new owner, the Barangay Treasurer shall recommend to the Punong Barangay the issuance of notice.

Accordingly, the business continues to become liable for the payment of all taxes, fees and charges imposed thereon under existing tax ordinances of Barangay, and;
2. In case of a new owner to whom the business was transferred by sale or other form of conveyance, said new owner shall be liable to pay the tax or free for the transfer of the business to him, as provided for under section 3A, Article A, Chapter II of this Code.

If it is found out that the retirement or termination of the business is legitimate, and the tax due there from be less than the tax due for the current year base on the gross sales or receipts the difference I the amount of the tax shall be paid before the business is considered officially retired or terminated provided that, the Mayor’s Permit issued to a business retiring or terminating its operation shall be surrendered to the municipal treasurer who shall forthwith cancel the same and record such cancellation in his books.

Section 6A –Newly-Started Business. In the case of newly-started business subject to this Article; the tax shall be fixed by the quarter. The initial tax for the quarter in which the business starts to operate shall be one-fourth of one-tenth of the one percent (1/4 of 1/10 of 1%) of the capital investment of One Hundred Pesos (P100.00), whichever is higher.

In the succeeding quarter or quarters, in case where the business opens before the last quarter of the year, the tax shall be based on the gross sales of receipts for the preceding quarters at a rate of One Percent (1%) of such gross sales or receipts.

AS PRESCRIBED in Section 152 of R.A. 7160: As LOCAL TAXING AUTHORITY. The power to impose a tax, fee, or charge or to generate revenue under this ordinance shall be exercised by the Sanggunian of the Local Government Unit of this Barangay.

Section 7A –Common Limitations on the Taxing Powers. Unless otherwise provided herein, the exercise of the taxing powers of this barangay shall not extend to the levy of the following:

1. Income Tax;
2. Documentary Stamp;
3. Taxes on estates, inheritance, gifts, legacies and other acquisition;
4. Custom Duties;
5. Taxes, fees or charges on agricultural products when sold by marginal farmers;
6. Taxes on Business enterprises certified to by the Board of investments as a pioneer or non-pioneer for a period 0f six (6) and four (4) Years, respectively from the date of registration;
7. Excise taxes on articles enumerated under the National Internal Revenue Code, as amended, and taxes, fees or charges on petroleum products;
8. Percentage or value-added tax (VAT) on sales, barters or exchanges or similar transactions on goods or services;
9. Taxes, fees, charges for the registration of motor vehicles and for the issuance of all kinds of licenses or permits for the driving thereof;
10. Taxes, fees, or other charges on Philippine products actually exported;
11. Taxes, fees, or charges on countryside and registered under R.A. No. 6810 and R.A No. 6938 otherwise known as the Cooperatives Code of the Philippines respectively;
12. Taxes, fees or charges of any kinds on the National Government, its agencies and instrumentalities, and local government units.

ARTICLE B
VARIOUS BARANGAY CLEARANCES, CERTIFICATIONS, FEES, FILING FEES, AND OTHER CHARGES APPLICATIONS

Section 8B - 01.Imposition of Fees.

1. There shall be a collected fee for the issuance of Barangay Certification for any activity or pursuit of any undertaking held within the Barangay Langagan as follows:

a. For fund raising activities Php 100.00
b. For benefit dances Php 100.00
c. For mobile shows and cultural presentation Php 200.00
d. For political meeting or rallies Php 500.00
e. Other activities to be specified Php100.00

Sports or athletic competitions, free from public showing and educational entertainments or evangelistic meeting and rallies shall not be subject to the fee imposed herein; however, a permit must be secured before the same are undertaken.
2. Certification on Billboards, Signboards, Neon Signs and Outdoor Advertisements

a. Streamers, banners, signpost, and any other forms of posted advertisements of whatever material, whether of a permanent or temporary nature:

a.(1). Across/along roads or highway (max of 8 meters) Php 200.00
a.(2). Bill Boards on Street Post Php 100.00
a.(3). Signposts Php 300.00/year

Exemptions: Provided that business establishments situated within the jurisdiction of the barangay shall be exempted from assessments if said advertisement is placed within its limits or a reasonable distance there from and does not across the highway or road; provided further, that all government announcements for purely public service purposes shall likewise be exempted from payment of said fees.

3. Cutting Certification
3.(a) Hardwood Trees
1. Narra Php 100.00 2. Mahogany Php 20.00
3. Gemilina (Paper Tree) Php 20.00
4. Tanguile Php 20.00
3.(b) Miscellaneous Trees Php 10.00
3.(c) Chainsaw Certification Php e 25.00/day

4. Certificate to travel/transport Animals, Coconut, PalmaBrava leaves and any among other things that falls into business transaction to make profit through the following:

a. Tricycle Php 50.00
b. Kuliglig Php 100.00
c. Elf Php 200.00
d. Forward Php 300.00
e. Ten Wheeler Php 400.00
f. Trailer Php 500.00

Section 9B – 02.Time and Manner of Payment. The Barangay Certification shall be paid to the Barangay Treasurer upon application, thereafter and before any activity or pursuit of any undertaking can be lawfully held or conducted.

Section 10B – 03. Application and Issuance of Barangay Certification

a. Application for a Barangay Certification shall be filed with the Barangay Secretary’s Office. The form for the purpose by the same shall set forth the requisite information including the name and residence of the applicant, the description of the activity or undertaking that is to be conducted and such other data for information as may be required on permit issued.

b. Issuance of Barangay Certification- upon approval of the application of Barangay Certification, two (2) copies of the application duly signed by the Barangay Captain shall be returned to the applicant. One (1) shall be presented to the barangay Treasurer as the basis for collection of the corresponding fee.

Section 11B – 04.Penalty.Any person or group of persons conducting any activity or undertaking within Barangay Langagan mentioned under Section 8B -01 without securing Barangay Certification shall be punished by fine not exceeding Five Hundred Pesos (Php 500.00) or imprisonment of not more than Twenty (20) days or both at the discretion of the court.

ARTICLE C
BARANGAY CLEARANCE

Section 12C – 01.Imposition of Fees.There shall be a fee collected for the issuance of a clearance or certification by the Punong Barangay or his duly authorized representative the following fees:

a. For General purpose Php 100.00
b. For travel or employment (Abroad) Php 150.00

Section 13C – 02.Time of Payment.The service fees provided under this article shall be paid to the Barangay Treasurer upon the approval of the application by the person applying for the Barangay Clearance.

ARTICLE D
BARANGAY CERTIFICATION

Section 15D – 01. Imposition of Fees.There is hereby an imposed fee for the issuance of Barangay Certification to operate legitimate business in all stores regardless of goods sold and to all kinds of business within the territorial limits of the barangay with the amount prescribed as follows:

1. Advertisement Shops - Php 200.00*
2. Ambulant Vendor - Php 100.00
3. Auto Parts Supply - Php 250.00
4. Bakery or Bakeshops - Php 250.00
5. Barber Shops - Php 100.00*
6. Battery Charging Shops - Php 100.00*
7. Beauty Parlors - Php 150.00
8. Brake & Clutch Bonding Shop - Php 150.00*
9. Broadcasting - Php 600.00*
10. Brokerage - Php 300.00*
11. Building Permit/Barangay Construction Clearance - Php 100.00
12. Buy and Sell - Php 100.00
13. Calibration Center - Php 600.00*
14. Catering - Php 300.00*
15. Cell Sites - Php 1,200.00*
16. Chainsaw - Php150.00
17. Coconut Buy and Sell Trader - Php 300.00
18. Circuses - Php 100.00*
19. Computer Rental - Php 150.00*
20. Computer Services - Php 100.00*
21. Concert Hall - Php 500.00*
22. Concrete Products - Php 200.00*
23. Consulting Agency - Php 250.00*
24. Contractors - Php 600.00*
25. Cooperatives - Php 200.00*
26. Dress Shops - Php 100.00*
27. Dry Cleaning Shops - Php 150.00*
28. Educational Institution - Php 500.00*
29. Equipment Rental - Php 600.00*
30. Farm/Orchard/Piggery/Livestock - Php 300.00
31. Fast Food - Php 150.00
32. Flower Arrangement/Plant Shops - Php 150.00
33. Food Processing Shop - Php 150.00
34. Foundation - Php 500.00*
35. Funeral Parlors - Php 600.00*
36. Furniture Shops - Php 250.00
37. Garments - Php 250.00
38. Gasoline Station - Php 1,000.00
39. General Merchandise - Php 700.00
40. Gravel and Sand - Php 500.00*
41. Hard Ware - Php 600.00*
42. Hatchery - Php 250.00
43. Hogs and Poultry Raisers - Php 400.00
44. Hospital - Php 1,000.00*
45. Hotels, Motels & Lodging Houses - Php 500.00
46. House and Sign Painting Shop - Php 200.00
47. Installer of Water Station - Php 300.00*
48. Instrument and Apparatus - Php 150.00*
49. Insurance - Php 350.00
50. Internet Café - Php 250.00*
51. Iron works - Php 200.00
52. Itik Operator - Php 500.00
53. Jewelry Shop - Php 300.00*
54. Junk Shop - Php 500.00
55. Key Duplicating Shops - Php 100.00*
56. Kuliglig with Sticker - Php 150.00
57. Lamination Establishment- - Php 100.00*
58. Laundry Shops Using Washing Machine - Php 300.00*
59. Lending Investor - Php 300.00
60. Lights and Sounds - Php 500.00*
61. Litographic Shops - Php 250.00*
62. LPG Refilling Station - Php 500.00*
63. LPG Retailer - Php 300.00
64. Machine Shop - Php 500.00
65. Magazines and Newspaper Stands - Php 50.00*
66. Manufacturer - Php 600.00*
67. Massage Clinics - Php 250.00*
68. Master Plumbing Shops - Php 200.00*
69. Meat Shops - Php 250.00*
70. Medical Clinic - Php 500.00*
71. Medical Distributor - Php 500.00*
72. Medical Foundation - Php 500.00*
73. Medical Services - Php 250.00*
74. Memorial Chapel - Php 300.00*
75. Memorial Parks - Php 500.00*
76. Money Shops/Money Changer - Php 300.00*
77. Motor/Vehicle Repainting Shops - Php 300.00*
78. Motor Repairing Shops - Php 300.00
79. Optical Clinic - Php 250.00*
80. Packaging - Php 500.00*
81. Parking Lots Establishments - Php 250.00*
82. Palay Traders - Php 500.00
83. Pawnshops - Php 500.00*
84. Photographic Studios - Php 300.00*
85. Poultry Supplies - Php 250.00
86. Printing and Bookbinders - Php 250.00*
87. Publications - Php 500.00*
88. PUV Operators
1. Tricycle - Php 100.00
2. Van/Jeepney - Php 300.00
3. Bus - Php 500.00
89. Radiator Repair Shops - Php 350.00*
90. Realtor - Php 400.00*
91. Recapping Shops - Php 600.00*
92. Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Shops - Php 350.00
93. Repair Shops for Mechanical & Electrical Devices - Php 350.00*
94. Restaurants and Eateries Establishment - Php 150.00
95. Retailer - Php 100.00*
96. Rice Mill - Php 500.00
97. Sari Sari Stores with Videoke - Php 150.00
98. Sauna/Turkish & Swedish Baths - Php 500.00*
99. Sawmills - Php 500.00*
100. Shoe Repair Shop - Php 100.00*
101. Shops for Planning/Surfacing/Cutting of Lumber - Php 250.00*
102. Sing Along And Entertainment Bars - Php 500.00
103. Slenderizing and Body Building Salons - Php 250.00*
104. Smelting/Engraving/Plating Shops - Php 250.00*
105. Smith Shops - Php 100.00*
106. Stall Owner - Php 250.00*
107. Steam Laundry Shops - Php 100.00*
108. Swimming Pools - Php 250.00*
109. Tailoring Shops - Php 150.00*
110. Traders of Agricultural Products - Php 200.00
111. Traders of Aquatic Products - Php 300.00
112. Traders of Finished Products - Php 250.00
113. Travel Agency - Php 500.00
114. Trucking - Php 600.00
115. Upholstery Shops - Php 150.00*
116. Veterinary Clinic/Supplies - Php 200.00
117. Vulcanizing Shops - Php 100.00
118. Warehousing or Forwarding Establishments - Php 300.00*
119. Washing of Greasing Shops for Vehicles - Php 250.00*
120. Watchman Agencies - Php 350.00*
121. Water Proofing Services - Php 250.00*
122. Water Station - Php 500.00*
123. Water works - Php 100.00*
124. Welding shops - Php 250.00
125. Windmill Operation - Php1,000.00*
126. Wood Craft- - Php 250.00

NOTE: with (*) asterisk = present in the barangay
Non (*) asterisk = future representation

Section 16D – 02. Time of Payment.The fee imposed herein shall be paid to the Barangay Treasurer or duly authorized representative upon filling the application or on the issuance of the Barangay Certification for Business Operation.

ARTICLE E
FILING FEES (LUPONG TAGAPAMAYAPA)

Section 17E – 01.Imposition of Fees.There is hereby an imposed fee for the filing of any complaint through the Lupong Tagapamayapa regardless of nature such as the following:
1. Basic Filing Fee - Php 200.00
2. Collection Cases
a. Sum below 1,000 - Php 100.00
b. Sum between 1,001 up to 10,000 - Php 200.00
c. Sum of 10,001 up to 50,000 - Php 300.00

Section 18E- 02.Time of Payment.The fee imposed herein shall be paid to the Barangay Treasurer or duly authorized representative upon the issuance and delivery of the Summon to the respondent.

ARTICLE F
COMMUNITY TAX CERTIFICATE

Section 19F – 01.Imposition of Tax.There shall be an imposed community tax on a resident or non-resident who worked within the jurisdiction of Barangay Langagan who is Eighteen (18) years of age, who has been employed with a basic salary for at least one (1) month who has been engaged in business or occupations, who owns a real property with an assessed value of One Thousand Pesos (Php 1,000.00) or anybody who is required by any agency to present a community tax certificate shall provide or pay his/her community tax to the Barangay Treasurer every beginning of the ensuing year on the 01st day of January to the end of February. Failure to secure the Community tax certificate prior to the given schedule, there shall be fines accrued on the next 10 consecutive months with the following schedule:

March - 6%
April - 8%
May - 10%
June - 12%
July - 14%
August - 16%
September - 18%
October - 20%
November - 22%
December - 24%

Section 20F – 02.Basis of Payments. The rate of the community tax payable and other procedure regarding this ordinance shall be based from Article 246-252 of the Local Government Code of 1991.

ARTICLE G
SECRETARY’S FEE

Section 21G – 01. Imposition of Fees.There shall be a fee collected to the following fees from every person requesting for copies of official records and documents from the office of the Barangay Government of Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan.

a. For each copy desired - Php 100.00
b. Where the copy to be furnished is in printed form - Php 100.00
Each certificate in whole or in part each page
c. For each certificate or correctness - Php 100.00
(With seal of office written on the copy attached thereto)
d. Certificate from the Barangay Captain such as:

1. Certificate of Residency - Php 150.00
2. Certificate of Ownership - Php 150.00

Section 22G – 02. Exemption.The imposed fees in this Article shall not be collected for copy furnished to other bureaus, offices, and other branches of the government for official business except those copies required by the court at the request of the litigants, in which case, charges shall be in accordance within the above schedule.

Section 23G – 03. Time of Payment. The fee shall be paid to the Barangay Treasurer at the time the request, written or otherwise, for the issuance of any Barangay Record or document is made.

CHAPTER III
BARANGAY CHARGES

ARTICLE A
USE OF BARANGAY OWNED PROPERTIES, EQUIMENT AND FACILITIES

Section 1A – Imposition of Fees.A fee shall be charged for the use of Barangay Owned Properties, Equipment and Facilities (Barangay Funded Project) with the following schedule:

1. Multi-Purpose Pavement - Php 2.00/sack palay
2. Gymnasium - Php 500.00/day
3. Sound System - Php 800.00/day
4. Mono-block Table - Php 50.00 each
5. Mono-block Chair - Php 2.00 each
6. Generator Set - Php 200.00/day
7. Shredder - Php 200.00/day
8. Brass Cutter - Php 100.00/day
9. Chainsaw - Php 500.00/day
10. Garbage Truck - Php 1,000.00/day
11. Rescue Vehicle - Php 1,000.00/day
12. Movable Tent - Php 500.00
13. Tulda - Php 100.00
14. Projector with tripod - Php 250.00/day
15. Ladder - Php 25.00/day
16. Wood Table - Php 200.00

Section 2A – Exemptions.The fee imposed herein shall not apply when used for Barangay Public Meetings or rallies, athletic or sports competition and other free public entertainments or Barangay activities.

Section 3A – Time of Payment.The fee shall be paid upon the actual use of the Barangay owned properties, equipment and facilities to the barangay Treasurer or thru the authorized collector as shown in Section 1A-Chapter 3 of this code.
Section 4A – Penalty.Any person or group of persons refuses to pay the corresponding charge for the use of the Barangay owned properties, equipment and facilities shall be fined with the following:

For the 1st Offense - Php 200.00
For the 2nd offense - Php 400.00
For the 3rd Offense - Php 600.00

Plus the unpaid amount and shall be denied for further use of the barangay properties, equipment and facilities.

ARTICLE B
FEES ON THE IMPOSITION OF STRAY ANIMALS

Section 5B –Definitions used in this article.

a. Stray Animal – an animal which is lose, unrestrained and/or not under the complete control of the owner or the one in-charge or in possession, found roaming at large in public or private property.
b. Public Places – includes National, Provincial, Municipal or Barangay Streets, Parks, Plazas and other places for public use.
c. Private Places – includes privately owned streets, yards, rice fields or farmlands and lot owned by individuals other than the owner of the animal.

Section 6B – Imposition of Fees.There shall be an imposed fee for each head of stray animals found roaming at large in public or private places without the owner’s permission, destroying plants and crops, caught and apprehended.

a. Dove (Kalapati) - Php 100.00
b. Chicken (Manok) - Php 100.00
c. Goat (Kambing/Kalding) - Php 200.00
d. Sheep (Tupa/Karnero) - Php 200.00
e. Pig (Baboy) - Php 200.00
f. Cow (Baka) - Php 500.00
g. Carabao (Kalabaw/Nuang) - Php 500.00
h. Horse (Kabayo/Kabalyo) - Php 500.00

The owner or the caretaker of the impounded animal shall be responsible for the payment of the fee herein and the cost of plants and crops by the impounded animal.

Section 7B – Administrative Provision. For the purpose of this Article, the Barangay Captain or his deputies are hereby authorized to apprehend astray animals and impound them in the Barangay corral or a duly designated places for the purpose. He shall also cause the posting of notices of any impounded animal in every conspicuous place in the Barangay informing the public accordingly. Sharing of impounding fee shall be as follows: 70% for Barangay, 30% for municipality. Municipal tax ordinance chapter III Section 3E – 04.

ARTICLE C
C**K FIGHTS AND C**KPITS

Section 8C . Any person or group of persons on special occasion of the Barangay who intends to conduct cockfighting within Barangay Langagan shall secure a Barangay Permit with a fee of Php 1,000.00. The Barangay government shall also collect the Ten (10%) percent from the bets won in every sultada, subject to the provision of the mentioned code.

CHAPTER IV
OTHER CHARGES

Article A – Public Disturbance – Any act of violence such as vengeful shouting, sounds created by mufflers of any vehicle passing or anything that may cause irritating and vengeful enough to any one and might provoke cruel reaction creating conflict or argument to a degree against the crier by his/her audience.
Article B – Use of Videoke Machines – Any usage such birthdays, christening or any other occasions except funerals and weddings are given limited time of operation wherein opening is 6:30 in the morning and shall be closed at 9:30 in the evening.

Drunkards are not given the chance to use the Videoke machine.

For funerals and wedding occasions are allowed to operate Videoke machine at any time provided the volume would not be so loud starting at 9:30 in the evening and ends only at 12:00 midnight.

Those Videoke machine businesses are allowed to operate also the said Videoke machine at any time but when 9:30 in the evening comes, the volume must be lowered at 50% and it must be in an isolated places to avoid public disturbance and it will close at 12:00 midnight.

Article C – Anybody caught getting/selling “Ubog” which is not from his own farm within the jurisdiction of Barangay Langagan – Any act such excessive cutting down of young palms to get “Ubog” not only for family consumption but more for selling into the market by non-owners of these farms or by any trespassers.

This purpose of this code is to protect and safeguard the young palms from destruction caused by non-owners of these farms and even to make discipline among these trespassers who are practicing this kind of ridiculous doings.

ARTICLE D – Blocking the Driveway – Any act of stacking of any material along barangay roads such as gravel, lumber, coconut fruit/husk, and any among other things that may intend to block the driveway within the jurisdiction of Barangay Langagan.

Section 1ABCD – Dissemination and Implementation – This code shall be carried out by the members of the Barangay Council and other law enforcers in the Barangay.

Section 2ABCD – Provisions and Penalties – A person or group of persons found violating this code shall be fined and penalized as follows:

a. First Offense – 300.00 or render 5 days Community Service or Both.
b. Second Offense – 600.00 or render Ten (10) days Community Service or Both
c. Third Offense – 900.00 or render 15 days Community Service or imprisonment upon the discretion of the court.

ARTICLE E – Vandalism –Any public/private properties and facilities resulting to damage, defacement and loss of functionality thereof and committing dastardly acts of converting public properties, walls, posts and street signs as virtual paint canvass for graffiti signs, with street lights as shooting targets.

Section 3E–Any act of damaging, defacing signs, marking, painting or writing on public walls or properties and other similar acts are hereby prohibited and penalized in Barangay Langagan. The following acts of vandalism are likewise prohibited and penalized:

a. Where any structure or other land, door, gate, window, tree, pole or posts is in or is visible from a public place, a person who is not the owner, occupier or person in charge thereof shall not:

1. Exhibit or cause to be exhibited thereon any article or advertisement, or

2. Carry out or cause to be carried out any defacement thereof by writing or other marks.

b. A person shall not place advertising material/posters on a motorized or mechanically propelled vehicle in a public place without the prior consent of the person who owns, or is in charge of the vehicle.

Section 4E – Aside from shouldering the cost of repair or restoration of the deface property to its original state; vandals shall be penalized as follows:

First Offense Php 500.00
Second Offense Php 1,000.00
Third Offense Php 2,000.00 plus imprisonment of not less than 30 days but not 1 year depending on the degree of the infraction.

In determining the degree of the Infraction, the amount of the public property damaged and/or cost of repair or restoration thereof shall be considered.

ARTICLE F – To Prohibit Any Kind of Gamble – Presidential Decree No. 1602 –Simplifying and providing stiffer penalties for violations of Philippine Gambling Laws by the Then President Ferdinand E. Marcos.

Section 5F.Violations and Penalties.A fine ranging from Three Hundred Pesos (300.00) to One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (1,500.00) and in case of subsequent violation hereof shall be One (1) day to Three (3) days imprisonment or a fine ranging to One Thousand (1,000.00) Pesos to Three Thousand (3,000.00) Pesos shall be imposed upon:

a. Any person other than referred to in the succeeding subsection who in any manner, shall directly or indirectly take part in any game of lucky nine, pusoy, tong-it pool, bingo cards, and other card games; palbot, video karera, karakrus, domino, mahjong, high and low, slot machines and dice games and the like, whether upon chance or skill, which do not have franchise from the national government, where in wagers consisting of money, articles of value of representative of value are made;
b. Any person who shall knowingly permit any form of gambling referred to in the subdivision to be carried on in inhabitated or uninhabitated places or any building, vessel or other means of transportation owned or controlled by him/her. If the place where gambling is carried on has a reputation of a gambling place or that prohibited gambling is frequently carried on therein or the place is a public or government building or barangay hall, the culprit shall be punished by the penalty provided for in its maximum period and a fine of Three Thousand (3,000.00) Pesos. An imprisonment of One (1) day and a fine of Three Thousand (3,000.00) Pesos shall be imposed upon the maintainer, conductor of the above gabling schemes, and an imprisonment of Three (3) days and a fine of Three Thousand (3,000.00) Pesos shall be imposed upon the maintainer, conductor or banker is a government official, or if a player, promoter, in cases of any gambling schemes.

Section 6F.Barangay official.Any barangay official in whose jurisdiction such gambling house is found and which house has the reputation of a gambling place shall suffer the penalty of Three (3 days) imprisonment and a fine ranging from Five Hundred (500.00) to One Thousand (1,000.00) Pesos and temporary absolute disqualification.

Section 7F. Informer’s Reward. Any person who shall give the information that will lead to the arrest and final conviction of the offender shall be rewarded an amount equivalent to Twenty (20%) Percent of the cash money confiscated from the offender.


Chapter V. PENAL PROVISION.In case of non-compliance with any of the provisions promulgated in this ordinance, the Sangguniang Barangay hereby empowers and authorizes the Punong Barangay to take effective remedial measures to enforce compliance therewith. The Sangguniang Barangay is authorized to prescribe fines or other penalties for violation of this ordinance but in no case shall such fines beless than One Hundred Pesos (Php 100.00) nor more than One Thousand Pesos (Php 1, 000.00) or imprisonment of not more than One (1) year or both upon the discretion of Court.

Chapter VI.SURCHARGES AND PENALTIES ON UN-PAID FEES OR CHARGES.The Sangguniang Barangay may impose a surcharge not exceeding Twenty-Five (25%) Percent of the amount of fees or charges not paid on time.

Chapter VII.TIME OF PAYMENT – Unless otherwise provided in this ordinance, all fees, and charges shall be paid within the first Thirty (30) days of January, the Sanggunian concerned may, for a justifiable reason or cause, extend the time for payment of said fees or charges without surcharges or penalties, but not for a period exceeding Three (3) months.

Chapter VIII.COLLECTION OF LOCAL FEES – All local fees and charges shall be collected by the Barangay Treasurer or persons duly deputized by the Barangay Council and all funds shall goes to the General Fund of the Barangay.

Chapter IX.REPEALING CLAUSE – Any existing Ordinance, which is inconsistent hereof, are hereby repealed, amended or modified.

Chapter X. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE – if for any reason, any part of this Ordinance shall be held to be unconstitutional or invalid, other parts or provision hereof, which are not affected hereby, shall be continued in full force and effect.

Chapter XI.AMENDMENTS – any amendments to or revision of this Ordinance maybe proposed by:

1. The Barangay Council, upon a vote of Two thirds of all its members; one (1) year after the effectively of this Ordinance.

Importance of the amending procedure. Should there be problems that no human foresight can anticipate, as conditions are never static, so must this Ordinance be freed from the constraints of rigidity? While it is reduced to writing, it should not be devoid of the element of flexibility. Thus, a well-written ordinance must not only safeguard individual rights, but also indicate how it may be amended in order to make it responsive to changing economic, social, and political conditions.

Chapter XII.EFFECTIVITY CLAUSE – This Ordinance shall take effect upon approval hereof and upon posting the same in all conspicuous places within the Barangay for Ten (10) consecutive days as required by law.

ENACTED BY THE SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY of Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan in its Regular Session held on March 15, 2015.

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Langagan, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan Alley
Sanchez Mira
3518

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Brief History: Long long time ago this place was a thick forest in the eastern part of two adjacent rivers, “BALIW” was the old name given by the first settlers in the poblacion for people who cross the two rivers before they could reach the place Baliw was inhabited by few Itnegs and Negritos who put up small huts in the forest. Pagkakaingin . One day during the Spanish rule, a Spaniard adventurously crossed the bamboo bridges and went the place where the natives lived. This stranger went to first hut he saw. A Negrito couple lived in this hut. The stranger asked the name of the place. At that time woman was cooking. While the rice was burning (makmakset), the Spaniard asked “Que Llame este lugar”, meaning what the name of the place? The rice was cooked in an earthern pot cold “banga”. Instead of answering his question, which the native did not understand, he called the attention of his wife saying “ Langangan mo yawe”, meaning remove the pot form fire with the use af silong a rattan pot holder. The Spaniard heard the word “Langagan” which he thought the place was Langagan, which he reported later to the Spanish authorities in the poblacion after coming from the place. As years passed, the people of the place change the name Langagan to Langagan because it seemed nicer for them to pronounce Langagan. Since then and to present this place is called LANGAGAN.

Other Government Organizations in Sanchez Mira (show all)
LGU Sanchez Mira LGU Sanchez Mira
Sanchez Mira, 3518

LGU Sanchez Mira. Local Government Unit of Sanchez Mira, Cagayan.

Barangay Centro UNO Barangay Centro UNO
Sanchez Mira, 3518

Masisit BRGY. Council Masisit BRGY. Council
Masisit
Sanchez Mira, 3518

Sangguniang Kabataan ng San Andres Sangguniang Kabataan ng San Andres
Sanchez Mira, 3518

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Sangguniang Kabataan Namuac Sangguniang Kabataan Namuac
Namuac
Sanchez Mira, 3518

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