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Republic of the Philippines

Province of Misamis Occidental

MUNICIPALITY OF CALAMBA

 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS

Calendar Year 2011

 

 

PARTICULARS

 

Acct.

Code

 

In-

Come

Class.

Amount

Past Year

2009

Actual

Current Year

2010

Estimated

Budget Year

2011

Estimated

Beginning Balance

Receipts

A.    Local Sources

1.    Local Tax Revenue

Amusement Tax

Business Tax

Community Tax

Real Property Tax

Taxes on Sand and Gravel

Fines and Penalties-Local Tax

 

 

 

581

582

583

588

 

593

 

599

 

 

 

R

R

R

R

 

R

 

R

 

 

 

6,990.00

1,159,069.72

168,606.78

254,923.70

 

5,400.00

 

111,319.23

 

 

 

50,000.00

1,250,000.00

200,000.00

365,000.00

 

22,000.00

 

205,000.00

 

 

 

50,000.00

1,250,000.00

200,000.00

365,000.00

 

22,000.00

 

205,000.00

 

Total Tax Revenue

 

 

1,706,309.43

2,092,000.00

2.092,000.00

2.    Non-Tax Revenue

Permits & Licenses

   Fees on Weights and

   Measures

   Permit Fees

   Registration Fees

Service Income

   Clearance & Cert. Fees

   Garbage Fees

Business Income

   Income from Cemetery

   Income from Market

   Income from S-House

   Income from Water

   Other Business Income- Parking/Terminal Fees

Other General Services

   Grants & Donations

   Interest Income

   Miscellaneous Income

 

 

 

 

601

605

606

 

613

616

 

633

636

637

639

 

 

 

648

 

662

664

678

 

 

 

R

R

R

 

R

R

 

R

R

R

R

 

 

 

R

 

NR

R

R

 

 

 

24,210.00

506,223.04

74,984.00

 

281,567.90

130,863.00

 

89,450.00

2,133,259.63

151,727.00

6,514,226.90

 

 

 

 

 

113,382.00

51,586.60

110,426.57

 

 

 

40,000.00

500,000.00

150,000.00

 

300,000.00

170,000.00

 

 

2,200,000.00

 

7,490,180.46

 

 

 

250,000.00

 

 

150,000.00

267,700.00

 

 

 

40,000.00

500,000.00

150,000.00

 

300,000.00

170,000.00

 

55,000.00

2,080,000.00

65,000.00

7,500,655.91

 

 

 

530,300.00

 

 

150,000.00

267,700.00

            Total Non-Tax Revenue

 

 

10,181,906.65

11,517,880.46

11,908,655.91

B.   External Sources

Share from  National Tax Collection (IRA)

Share from GOCCs (PAGCOR & PCSO)

 

 

665

 

670

 

 

R

 

R

 

 

37,193,094.00

 

32,890.23

 

 

39,399,484.00

 

 

42,556,788.00

            Total External Source

 

 

37,225,984.23

39,399,484.00

42,556,788.00

C.   Receipts from Loans & Borrowings

DBP Ozamiz

 

 

 

 

 

1,270,000.00

 

      Total Receipts from Loans

 

 

 

 

1,270,000.00

 

            TOTAL RECEIPTS

 

 

49,114,200.31

54,279,364.46

56,557,443.91

 TOTAL AVAILABLE RESOURCES FOR APPROPRIATION

 

 

 

49,114,200.31

 

54,279,364.46

 

56,557,443.91

 

Prepared by:                                                                     Approved by:

 

 

(SGD).MARIA ELENA E. RATUNIL                   (SGD.)   DR. LUISITO B. VILLANUEVA, JR., MNSA

       Municipal Budget Officer                                                            Municipal Mayor

 


 

Republic of the Philippines

Province of Misamis Occidental

Municipality of Calamba

 

B U D G E T     M E  S S A G E

 

 

                                                                                                Date:  December 15, 2010

 

 

The Presiding Officer and

Members of the Sangguniang Bayan

Calamba, Misamis Occidental

 

Gentlemen/Madam:

 

            May I submit the proposed Annual Budgets for FY 2011, this municipality for both the General Fund and Operation of Economic Enterprise-Local Water System pursuant to Section 318 of RA 7160.

 

A. INTRODUCTION

 

This Executive Budget was prepared after a thorough deliberation with all concerned offices/departments and interested citizens to make it an effective tool for allocating equitably the limited resources of government to the different sectors, thus making the Budget an instrument for the economic and social upliftment of our people.  We have substantially committed funds for the programs, projects and activities needed for an efficient and effective delivery of the basic services enumerated in the Code.

 

It is important to stress at this point, that the preparation of this Budget has been open to the public through private sector representation so as to make decisions more participative and democratic. This is also in keeping with government’s thrust for transparency and accountability in the budget-making processes.  We take full cognizance of the significant roles demonstrated by non-government organizations, other private sector associations and the general public in the planning and pre-budget preparation stage by way of their membership in the Local Development Council Executive Committee.

 

 In particular, they took active part in the review of the visions and goals in the Municipal Development Plan and the prioritized projects in the Medium-Term Municipal Development Investment Program to address current needs and provide inputs to the formulation of the Annual Investment Program. These programs have been duly approved by the honorable members of the Sanggunian under Appropriation Ordinance No. 01   s. 2011.

 

This Budget integrates the Municipal Development Plan into the expenditure program by proposing only those projects which have been ranked as top priority in the AIP.

 

The balanced General Fund Budget for FY 2011 is composed of the Expenditure Program and Sources of Financing, both amounting to P 49,042,713.57.  It means a per capita spending of P 2,502.56, (based on NSO 2007 actual census on population of 19,597) a moderate increase compared to current year’s per capita of P 2,210.17.  The Expenditure Program and Sources of Financing are illustrated in Exhibits 1 and 2.

 

 

 

Exhibit I

 

Expenditure Program (Distribution by Sector)

 Budget Year 2011

(in million pesos)

 

 

Functional

Amount

%  of  Total

Activity

General Services

21.5

44

Economic Services

  9.9

20

Social Services

  5.2

11

20% Development Fund

  8.5

17

5% Reserve for Calamity

  2.5

  5

5% Gender & Dev’t. Fund

  1.5

  3

Aid to Barangay

      .02

 

   

 

 

 

Exhibit 2

 

DISTRIBUTION BY TYPE OF REVENUE

Budget Year 2011

(in million pesos)

 

Sources of Financing

Amount

%  to  Total

IRA

 42.5

87

Local Tax Revenues

   2.1

  4

Fees, Permit & Licenses

   1.3

  3

Business & Service Income

              3.1

  6

TOTAL

            49.0

100

 

 

 

 

 

B. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

 

The municipality expects to attain the following objectives during the plan period:

 

  • Increase per capita income by a stated realistic percentage;
  • Provide accessibility to all basic needs and services; and
  • Increase agricultural productivity and enhance delivery of health care services and all other basic services to its constituents

 

  

C. FISCAL POLICIES

 

      Revenue – generating measures include enhanced tax collection via a vigorous tax information campaign and intensified tax collection effort by the revenue collection personnel. Likewise, also to be looked into by the administration is the implementation of the newly revised Local Revenue Code that will eventually raise the taxing power of the LGU and at the same time increase in its local revenues. Also the local government unit’s revenue taxes and fees will be comparable with other LGUs

 

Exhibit 4 shows the trend of expenditures for CY 2009 - CY 2011.

 

Exhibit 4

 

EXPENDITURE PROGRAM BY SECTOR

Comparative Trend 2009-2011

(in millions)

 

ACTIVITY

2009

2010

2011

Gen. Pub. Sector

17.8

19.2

21.5

Social Sector

4.3

4.6

5.5

Economic Sector

7.5

8.8

9.9

Dev’t. Project

6.3

7.4

8.5

MDRRMF

 

 

2.5

Gender & Dev’t.

 

 

1.5

Aid to Barangay

.02

.7

.02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D. DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY

 

It has been long recognized that in order for a local government unit to achieve efficient and effective operation, it should aim for the improvement of the ratio of its overhead costs to cost of production and service delivery. Thus, it is important to present in this Message, through the chart below, the direct cost of public goods and services produced and delivered vis-à-vis its associated cost. This presentation slices the budget pie on the basis of functional activity.

 

 

Exhibit 5

 

DISTRIBUTION OF LGU BUDGET BY Functional Activity

Budget Year 2011

(in million pesos)

 

ACTIVITY

AMOUNT (2011)

%

Frontline Services

 36.6

75

Other Purposes

    4.02

  8

Development Projects

    8.5

17

 

 

 

 


The distribution of the LGU Budget (Exhibit 5), shows that P 36,824,515.77 or 75% is allocated for the operation of frontline services; P 8,511,357.60 or 17% will be spent for development projects; and P 3,971,839.50, representing 8% of the total budget will be for Other Purposes (Aid to Barangay, Gender and Development Fund  and Municipal Disaster Risk and Relief Management Fund).

 

 

E.  DISTRIBUTION BY MAJOR EXPENSE CLASS

 

Personal Services

 

            The total expenditures for Personal Services for the budget year 2011 is P 26,264,057.00 inclusive of the provision for Salary Standardization as embodied in Local Budget Circular No. 92, series of 2009.

 

Total Personal Services accounts for 53.55% of the total LGU budget.

 

Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses

 

            The amount of P 10,030,230.00 has been set aside for Maintenance and Other Operating Expenditures, representing 20.45 % of the total budget.

 

 

Capital Outlays

 

            Expenditures for Capital Outlays will amount to P 265,000.00 or .51% of the total expenditures for Furniture, Fixture and Equipment Outlays. The amount of P 8,511,357.60 for development projects is included in the 20% Development Fund.

 

Other Purposes

 

            The amount of P2,294,974.20, P 1,500,000.00 and P19,000.00 are set aside as reserve for Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Relief Management Fund, Gender and Development Fund and Aid to Barangay, respectively.

 

 

F.     OPERATION OF ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE

 

  The proposed Budget for the Operation of Economic Enterprise (Operation of LGU-Water System) in CY 2011 shall be sourced from the estimated Water System Income of P7,500,655.91 allocated as follows:

 

 

Particulars

Amount

% to Total

Personal Services

1,838,634.00

24.52

Maintenance and Other

 

 

     Operating Expenses

3,122,500.00

 41.62

Capital Outlays

  

 

Transfer to General Fund

 

 

Debt Servicing

2,500,000.00

33.33

5% Reserve

 

 

Unappropriated Balance

    39,521.91

.53

 

 

 

Total

         7,500,655.91

100

 

            The amount of P 2,500,000.00 plus an additional amount from Retained Earnings for the year 2010 will be used for the payment of loan at Development Bank of the Philippines, Ozamiz City Branch, Ozamiz City every January and July of each year.

 

CONCLUSION

 

Submitted together with this Message are the Local Revenue and Expenditure Program and the Budget of Expenditures and Sources of Financing (Table 1 to 9).

 

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Sanggunian, this budget proposal manifests our determination to lay a strong foundation for a greater and progressive province/city/municipality.  May we always join our hands together as we go about our mission of providing a brighter future for our constituents.

 

 

                                                   Very truly yours,

 

 

 

                                                   DR. LUISITO B. VILLANUEVA, JR.,MNSA

                                                                       Municipal Mayor

 

 


Republic of the Philippines

Province of Misamis Occidental

MUNICIPALITY OF CALAMBA

 

SUMMARY OF CY 2011 ANNUAL PROPOSED APPROPRIATION

 

 

NAME OF OFFICES

PERSONAL SERVICES

 

MOOE

CAPITAL

OUTLAY

 

TOTALS

GENERAL SERVICES

Municipal Mayor

Vice Mayor/SB

Mun. Administrator

Mun. Planning

Local Civil Registrar

Mun. Budget Officer

Mun. Accountant

Mun. Treasurer

Mun,. Assessor

 

 

2,678,085.24

6,348,881.49

254,845.00

1,059,678.68

635,243.76

529,695.92

1,291,967.96

2,412,385.00

1,119,624.00

 

2,582,300.00

1,316,130.00

23,600.00

113,200.00

102,200.00

168,200.00

125,700.00

405,400.00

112,200.00

 

90,000.00

50,000.00

 

25,000.00

 

15,000.00

 

30,000.00

 

5,350,385.28

7,715,011.49

278,445.00

1,197,878.68

737,443.76

712,895.92

1,417,667.96

2,847,785.00

1,231,824.00

Sub-Total

16,330,407.09

4,948,930.00

210,000.00

21,489,337.09

SOCIAL SERVICES

Rural Health Unit

Parks & Plaza

MSWDO

 

 

2,867,153.80

339,145.20

1,221,308.68

 

379,200.00

71,500.00

312,200.00

 

 

3,246,353.80

410,645.20

1,533,508.68

Sub-Total

4,427,607.68

762,900.00

 

5,190,507.68

ECON.  SERVICES

Mun. Agriculturist

Mun. Architect

Mun. Engineer

Operation of Market

Operation of Cemetery

Operation of Water Sys

 

1,852,283.48

516,821.16

2,271,264.24

740,657.32

125,245.60

1,838,634.00

 

 

258,800.00

74,200.00

3,393,200.00

557,200.00

35,000.00

5,622,500.00

 

25,000.00

 

30,000.00

 

2,136,083.48

591,021.16

5,694,464.24

1,297,857.32

160,245.60

7,461,134.00

Sub-Total

7,344,905.80

9,940,900.00

55,000.00

17,340,805.00

SPECIAL LUMP-SUM

APPROPRIATIONS

20% Dev’t. Fund

  5% MDRRMF

  5% GAD

Aid To Barangay

 

 

 

8,511,357.60

2,452,839.40

1,500,000.00

19,000.00

 

 

 

8,511,357.60

2,452,839.40

1,500,000.00

19,000.00

Sub-Total

 

12,483,197.00

 

12,483,197.00

TOTAL  EST. APPRO.

28,102,920.57

28,135,927.00

265,000.00

56,503,846.77

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL EST. INCOME

 

 

 

56,557,443.91

UNAPPROPRIATED BALANCE 2011

 

 

 

 

53,596.34

 

 

Prepared by:                                                        Approved by:

 

 

 

MARIA ELENA E. RATUNIL                        DR. LUISITO B. VILLANUEVA, JR., MNSA

 Municipal Budget Officer                                                Municipal Mayor

 

 

 

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