ArchivesOctober 2010Dumaguete has 13 new bgy captains

Dumaguete has 13 new bgy captains

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A total of 13 Dumaguete City barangays have new leaders while 17 incumbent barangay captains were reelected in last Monday’s barangay and SK elections.{{more}}

The new barangay captains are Orlando Angot (Poblacion 1), Evelyn Entac-Lado (Poblacion 2), Anthony Ozoa (Poblacion 3), Reynaldo Caballes (Poblacion 7), Delia Sinagan (Poblacion 8), Orlando Enquig (Bajumpandan), Glenn Noay (Balugo), Jose Pino (Banilad), Gregorio Oira (Candau-ay), Pilardo Sarte (Cantil-e), Angelita Ragay (Looc), Dionie Amores (Motong), and Tomasa Amor (Piapi).

The reelected barangay captains are Jorge Tomas Ponce de Leon (Barangay 4), Dominique Ablir (Poblacion 5), Bernardo Sun (Barangay 6), Isagani Bana (Junob), Gaudencio Cisneros, (Bagacay), Bert Aquino, (Bantayan), Nestor Ramirez (Batinguel), Lionel Banogon (Bunao), Gilieta Josy Binondo (Cadawinonan), Antonio Carino (Calindagan), Bartolome Aranas (Camanjac), Rogelio Siglos (Daro), Ricardo Valencia (Mangnao), Ramil Cornelia (Pulangtubig), Meliton Caldamo (Tabuctubig), Gregorio Suasin (Taclobo) and Osias Pino (Talay).

Cantil-e Barangay Capt. Alejandra Sanchez was the only incumbent to lose to her challenger.

Elsewhere in Negros Oriental, the elections were reportedly peaceful and orderly, except for three Bayawan City barangays where elections did not push through because of the absence of official ballots.

Atty. Eddie Aba, provincial election supervisor, has lauded the Philippine National Police and the Philippine Army for ensuring the peaceful conduct of the elections.

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