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pink taga N.E. k b?
tagal na ng last post, ngayon ko lang nakita ulet
^ Technie yes! taga NE po ako, Cabanatuan City!!!
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Delay in Cabanatuan HUC plebiscite blamed on Nueva Ecija governor
Philippine Daily Inquirer
9:52 pm | Sunday, December 9th, 2012
Indeed, through legal machinations, Nueva Ecija Gov. Aurelio Umali has succeeded in blocking, nay, delaying, the implementation of the measure that will convert Cabanatuan City into a highly urbanized city (HUC) and make it more progressive.
Cabanatuan is a 62-year-old component city of Nueva Ecija. With a total population of 259,267 in 2007 and an annual income of P734.73 million in 2010, the city is more than qualified to be an HUC. Governor Umali, however, strongly opposes the move to convert Cabanatuan into an HUC, saying that the city is not yet ready to stand on its own and that the city government still needs the support of the provincial government.
On July 4, 2012, President Aquino proclaimed Cabanatuan an HUC, stating that “it is the declared policy of the government to support local government’s initiative to attain their fullest development and make them effective partners in the attainment of national goals.” The proclamation, which shall take effect only upon its ratification in a plebiscite by qualified voters, was favorably endorsed by noted political figures like Vice President Jojo Binay, Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile, Senators Chiz Escudero, Antonio Trillanes and Bong Revilla, Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim, and former Sen. Nene Pimentel.
Pursuant to the proclamation, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) scheduled the required plebiscite on Dec. 1 this year. But due to, among other reasons, a temporary restraining order (TRO) issued by a regional trial court and a petition for “Certiorari and Prohibition” filed in the Supreme Court by HUC opposers led by Governor Umali, the plebiscite was postponed and reset to an unspecified date after next year’s May 13 elections. The postponement was promulgated on Nov. 27, or four days before the scheduled plebiscite.
The abrupt postponement of the Dec. 1, 2012, plebiscite by the Comelec was denounced and repudiated by a dismayed city official, saying that the city government had already prepared and spent for the political exercise.
President Aquino, on his part, had declared Dec. 1, 2012, as a nonworking holiday for Cabanatuan City to allow its registered voters to actively participate in the plebiscite. The President had also deputized law enforcement agencies to ensure the peaceful and honest conduct of the referendum. In fine, the city’s and national government’s efforts and expenses in the preparation for and for the holding of the plebiscite went to waste.
The postponement was pure and simple a travesty of justice for Cabanatuan City and it drew the ire of its citizenry, Cabanatuan City Mayor Jay Vergara said. Vergara expressed hope that this would not happen to other qualified local government units similarly aspiring to become an HUC in order to be more progressive.
Let not the tyranny of power hold sway again.—GERTRUDEZ M. DULLE, former punong barangay, MS Garcia, Cabanatuan City
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HUC bid still burns
By Armand M. Galang
May 30, 2013
CABANATUAN CITY - Banking on the wide margin re-elected Mayor Julius Cesar Vergara posted over his rival, incumbent 3rd District Board Member Anthony Umali, residents of this city, including Vergara himself, are emboldened in their bid to make this this city highly urbanized in status.
Vergara who got 78,470 votes over Umali’s 45,761 urged the latter’s brother, re-elected Gov. Aurelio Umali to refrain from blocking a referendum to ratify President Aquino’s Proclamation No. 418 which declared this city highly urbanized on July 4, 2012........
PNoy delivers Tarlac SOPA
By Ding Cervantes
May 02, 2013
.....In infrastructure, Aquino noted the ”completion of the 88.15 kilometer Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx) would cut travel time from Tarlac City to Rosario, La Union from three and a half hours to an hour.”
The P12.469-billion road is initially eyed to have two lanes and subsequently expanded to four when capacity reaches 25,000 vehicles per day and once fully operational, it will provide seamless travel to Ilocos, Cordillera, and Central Luzon regions as it will be linked to the North Luzon and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressways, he said.
The President also told his audience that the construction of Central Luzon Link Expressway (CLLEx) which would make travel easier to Nueva Ecija, Aurora, and Cagayan Valley, is expected to commence next year.
He said Phase 1 of the P34-billion CLLEx is due for completion by 2016 while Phase 2A opens in 2017 and Phase 2B in 2021, adding that the 30.7-kilometer first phase starts in Tarlac City and ends in Cabanatuan City whereas the 35.7-kilometer second phase commences in Cabanatuan City and concludes in San Jose City.