Issue of June 2, 2019
Mt. Province

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Memo issued to 53 barangays to monitor biz permit compliance
by Aileen P. Refuerzo / PIO

The monitoring of business establishments’ compliance with permit requirements including those in the barangays has been sustained in the city.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan has issued memoranda to at least 53 barangays directing the punong barangays to compel erring businessmen in their areas of jurisdiction to comply with the business permit requirements.

The move was based on the inspection report of the Permits and Licensing Division (PLD) of the City Mayor’s Office under Supervising Administrative Officer Allan Abayao, which regularly monitors these business firms and reports establishments operating without licenses.

The PLD said there was a marked decline in establishments that illegally operate in the barangays since the mayor started involving the barangay officials in enforcing the permit requirement in 2012.

Before, businesses without permits outnumbered those with permits in all barangays but now, most are operating with permits and only a handful are not, according to the PLD.

However, the mayor sustained the directive to the punong barangays to ensure that the violations are corrected.

Those who received memoranda were asked to report on the actions they took in 15 days.

In 2012, the mayor began involving the barangay officials in the crackdown against illegal businesses.

They were required to submit inventories of businesses in their areas of responsibility resulting to the discovery that many businesses in most barangays have been operating without permits.

Those found without permits have been notified to comply with the requirements to legalize their businesses.

The mayor said the inventory of businesses was aimed at determining the actual number of people doing business and to help the city in ironing out its investment records, which is a requirement for the local government to be considered as a qualifier for the competitive cities search under the National Competitiveness Council among others.

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