New RORO Plies San Carlos City-Toledo City
Fast Cat, a Roll-on/Roll-off (RORO) shipping vessel will have its maiden trip from San Carlos City –Toledo City, Cebu at 1:00pm on Dec. 7, 2016.
Operated by Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corporation, said vessel has a capacity of 275-320 passengers including accommodations for senior citizens and differently-abled individuals as well as carry 30 to 40 passenger cars and 6 to 7 trucks or buses.
San Carlos City’s Information Office Gets First Award
The city government of San Carlos won its first award in communication works as Best Performing Information Office for 2016 in Region 6 thru its Information Office last Dec. 2, 2016 in Iloilo City.
City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor and City Administrator Greg Santillan during the courtesy meeting
with Public Information Office staff's presentation of its award last December 5, 2016.
Said award was given by the Presidential Communications Office thru the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) Director General Harold Clavite assisted by PIA-6 Regional Director Atty. Ma. Janet C. Mesa.
San Carlos City PNP Has A New Chief of Police
San Carlos City Philippine National Police has a new Officer-In Charge of its police station in Police Superintendent Arturo Fullero who started last Nov. 9, 2016 after Col. Jacob Crisostomo was relieved from said station.
San Carlos City new PNP Chief of Police, PSUPT Arturo M Fullero
Fullero who is a member of the PNP Anti-Kidnapping Group and Central Intelligence and Detection Group came from the Bicol Region Police Office.
Wellness Program for Local Surrenderers, Launched
The city government of San Carlos thru the San Carlos City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (SCCADAC), San Carlos Diocesan Social Action Foundation and other local agencies launched its own community-based rehabilitation program for drug surrenderers last Nov. 19, 2016 at People’s Park Pavillon.
Said program called Kinabuhi Angay Ampingan Bag-ohon Alang sa Ginoo (KAABAG) aimed at giving strong moral, physical and livelihood support to drug personalities who surrendered to police authorities during the still running Oplan Tokhang and Double Barrel Operations.
San Carlos City Hits National Wildlife Quiz Bowl
Students from Colegio de Sta. Rita Jyd Maasin and Natalie Marie Tan will represent San Carlos City in the upcoming National Wildlife Quiz Bowl which will be held at John B. Lacson Colleges Foundation, Bacolod City on Nov. 26, 2016.
San Carlos City LGU represented by Colegio de Sta. Rita (3-4 from right)
during the Nat'l Wildlife Bowl last Nov. 26, 2016.
Said move followed after said students won 2nd place in the 11th Provincial Wildlife Quiz participated by 64 secondary schools in the whole Negros Occidental Province held at La Consolacion College in Bacolod City last Nov. 12, 2016.