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 Local Government Unit – Kiamba

Compliance with DILG Seal of Good Local Governance

  1. 2016 Documents
    1. Annual Budget Report
    2. Annual Procurement Plan or Procurement List
    3. Statement of Debt Service
  2. 2015 Documents
    1. Statement of Debt Service
    2. Annual Gender and Development Accomplishment Report
    3. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
    4. Quarter 3
      1. Quarter 3 Statement of Cash Flow
      2. Quarter 3 Report of Special Education Fund Utilization
      3. Quarter 3 Trust Fund Utilization
      4. Quarter 3 Bid Results on Civil Works, Goods and Services, and Consulting Services
      5. Quarter 3 20 Percent Component of the Internal Revenue Allotment Utilization
      6. Quarter 3 Unliquidated Cash Advances
      7. Quarter 3 Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund Utilization (LDRRMF)
      8. Quarter 3 Manpower Complement
      9. Quarter 3 Supplemental Procurement Plan
    5. Quarter 4
      1. 20 Percent Component of the Internal Revenue Allotment Utilization
      2. Bid Results on Civil Works, Goods and Services, and Consulting Services
      3. Report of Special Education Fund Utilization
      4. Quarterly Statement of Cash Flow
      5. Unliquidated Cash Advances
      6. Supplemental Procurement Plan
      7. Trust Fund Utilization
      8. Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund Utilization (LDRRMF)
      9. Manpower Complement

THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
BOOK I
GENERAL PROVISIONS
TITLE ONE. – BASIC PRINCIPLES

CHAPTER 2. – GENERAL POWERS AND ATTRIBUTES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

SECTION 14. Beginning of Corporate Existence. – When a new local government unit is created, its corporate existence shall commence upon the election and qualification of its chief executive and a majority of the members of its Sanggunian, unless some other time is fixed therefor by the law or ordinance creating it.

SECTION 15. Political and Corporate Nature of Local Government Units. – Every local government unit created or recognized under this Code is a body politic and corporate endowed with powers to be exercised by it in conformity with law. As such, it shall exercise powers as a political subdivision of the national government and as a corporate entity representing the inhabitants of its territory.

SECTION 16. General Welfare. – Every local government unit shall exercise the powers expressly granted, those necessarily implied there from, as well as powers necessary, appropriate, or incidental for its efficient and effective governance, and those which are essential to the promotion of the general welfare. Within their respective territorial jurisdictions, local government units shall ensure and support, among other things, the preservation and enrichment of culture, promote health and safety, enhance the right of the people to a balanced ecology, encourage and support the development of appropriate and self-reliant scientific and technological capabilities, improve public morals, enhance economic prosperity and social justice, promote full employment among their residents, maintain peace and order, and preserve the comfort and convenience of their inhabitants.

SECTION 17. Basic Services and Facilities.

(a) Local government units shall endeavor to be self-reliant and shall continue exercising the powers and discharging the duties and functions currently vested upon them. They shall also discharge the functions and responsibilities of national agencies and offices devolved to them pursuant to this Code. Local government units shall likewise exercise such other powers and discharge such other functions and responsibilities as are necessary, appropriate, or incidental to efficient and effective provision of the basic services and facilities enumerated herein.

(b) Such basic services and facilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

(2) For a municipality:

(i) Extension and on-site research services and facilities related to agriculture and fishery activities which include dispersal of livestock and poultry, fingerlings, and other seeding materials for aqua-culture; palay, corn, and vegetable seed farms; medicinal plant gardens; fruit tree, coconut, and other kinds of seedling nurseries; demonstration farms; quality control of copra and improvement and development of local distribution channels, preferably through cooperatives; inter-Barangay irrigation system; water and soil resource utilization and conservation projects; and enforcement of fishery laws in municipal waters including the conservation of mangroves;

(ii) Pursuant to national policies and subject to supervision, control and review of the DENR, implementation of community-based forestry projects which include integrated social forestry programs and similar projects; management and control of communal forests with an area not exceeding fifty (50) square kilometers; establishment of tree parks, greenbelts, and similar forest development projects;

(iii) Subject to the provisions of Title Five, Book I of this Code, health services which include the implementation of programs and projects on primary health care, maternal and child care, and communicable and non-communicable disease control services; access to secondary and tertiary health services; purchase of medicines, medical supplies, and equipment needed to carry out the services herein enumerated;

(iv) Social welfare services which include programs and projects on child and youth welfare, family and community welfare, women’s welfare, welfare of the elderly and disabled persons; community-based rehabilitation programs for vagrants, beggars, street children, scavengers, juvenile delinquents, and victims of drug abuse; livelihood and other pro-poor projects; nutrition services; and family planning services;

(v) Information services which include investments and job placement information systems, tax and marketing information systems, and maintenance of a public library;

(vi) Solid waste disposal system or environmental management system and services or facilities related to general hygiene and sanitation;

(vii) Municipal buildings, cultural centers, public parks including freedom parks, playgrounds, and sports facilities and equipment, and other similar facilities;

(viii) Infrastructure facilities intended primarily to service the needs of the residents of the municipality and which are funded out of municipal funds including, but not limited to, municipal roads and bridges; school buildings and other facilities for public elementary and secondary schools; clinics, health centers and other health facilities necessary to carry out health services; communal irrigation, small water impounding projects and other similar projects; fish ports; artesian wells, spring development, rainwater collectors and water supply systems; seawalls, dikes, drainage and sewerage, and flood control; traffic signals and road signs; and similar facilities;

(ix) Public markets, slaughterhouses and other municipal enterprises;

(x) Public cemetery;

(xi) Tourism facilities and other tourist attractions, including the acquisition of equipment, regulation and supervision of business concessions, and security services for such facilities; and

(xii) Sites for police and fire stations and substations and the municipal jail;

SECTION 18. Power to Generate and Apply Resources. – Local government units shall have the power and authority to establish an organization that shall be responsible for the efficient and effective implementation of their development plans, program objectives and priorities; to create their own sources of revenue and to levy taxes, fees, and charges which shall accrue exclusively for their use and disposition and which shall be retained by them; to have a just share in national taxes which shall be automatically and directly released to them without need of any further action; to have an equitable share in the proceeds from the utilization and development of the national wealth and resources within their respective territorial jurisdictions including sharing the same with the inhabitants by way of direct benefits; to acquire, develop, lease, encumber, alienate, or otherwise dispose of real or personal property held by them in their proprietary capacity and to apply their resources and assets for productive, developmental, or welfare purposes, in the exercise or furtherance of their governmental or proprietary powers and functions and thereby ensure their development into self-reliant communities and active participants in the attainment of national goals.

VISION

KIAMBA AS SELF RELIANT COMMUNITY WITH STRONG AND DEDICATED LEADERS WHERE PEOPLE ARE PROVIDED WITH BASIC NEEDS AND FACILITIES, INCOME GENERATING ACTIVITIES THAT WOULD LEAD TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, MAKING IT AS THE FOOD BASKET OF THE PROVINCE, A LEADING TOURISM, FISHERY CENTER, ENVIROMENTALLY SOUND AND A PEACEFUL TO LIVE IN.

MISSION

ATTAIN SUSTAINABILITY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PEOPLE EMPOWERMENT, OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF LAND AND RESOURCE, DELIVERY OF BASIC SERVICES, PROMOTION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES THAT ARE SUPPORTIVE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM AND FISHERY INDUSTRY OF THE MUNICIPALITY AS WELL AS THE PROVINCE, ATTAINED THROUGH PARTICIPATIVE AND PRODUCTIVE CITIZENRY AND ECOLOGICALLY SOUND ENVIRONMENT.