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BULAWIS RESORT

           There is much to offer at Bulawis Resort Swimming Pool located at Bunawan, Calamba, Misamis Occidental just 4.8 from the town proper. Bulawis is one of the Calamba’s best and popular attractions. It is a legend to every one who visits the place.  A trademark of beauty that gives a whole new experience. “A haven of enjoyment and possibilities” as natural springs give life to the pool “along a river-gifted” with the splendor of nature. It is ideal for reunions, church groups, trainings, seminars, retreats, camps, parties of all kinds and banquets. A luxury in itself as one feels comfortable in the “cozy atmosphere of efficient service and warm smiles.”



 

FIL CLAIRE RESORT

 
                            Also located at barangay Bunawan is a new swimming pool resort where guests of all ages can really enjoy and relax. Cottages are available for all types of occasions.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 



Historical Background of Calamba


Cultural Development

 
 

    Calamba was originally called “Solinog”, named after a deep bankrill located at the eastern portion of the poblacion where Langaran River flows. Its name was later changed to CALAMBA by the Municipal Council of Plaridel after the Filipino patriot’s birthplace. It was formerly part of the municipal territory of Plaridel, Misamis Occidental. Being the fastest growing barrio, it was separated from the Municipality of Plaridel and became independent on February 1, 1948, under Executive Order No. 85 series of 1947 by the late President of the Philippines, His Excellency Manuel A. Roxas. It was inaugurated into a municipality on February 14, 1948.

 
 

    The “Subanos” were the aborigines of the municipality of Calamba, Misamis, Occidental. They had the practice of clearing certain areas one after the other. Those cleared areas were later abandoned and were easily acquired by the new settlers coming from the Visayas and some parts of Mindanao.

 
 

Political Development

 

 
 

    The Municipality of Calamba was created on February 1, 1948 and was inaugurated on February 14, 1948, the following was then elected:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hon. Irenio Clapano Municipal Mayor 1948-1949
Hon. Angelo Neri Municipal Mayor 1949-1953
Hon. Patricio L. Atay Municipal Mayor 1953-1957
Hon. Gustavo Neri Municipal Mayor 1957-1965
Hon. Lorenzo de Guzman Municipal Mayor 1965-1973
Hon. Pedro B. Lorejo Municipal Mayor 1973-1986
Hon. Porferio C. Branzuela, Jr. Municipal Mayor 1986-1988
Engr. Luisito B. Villanueva, Jr. Municipal Mayor 1989-1995
Atty. Inocencio D. Pagalaran, Jr. Municipal Mayor 1995-2001

               
    And in 2008 election, the new set of elective officials who managed sincerely and religiously the Municipality up to the present are the following to wit;

 

Dr. Luisito B. Villanueva, Jr. Municipal Mayor
Hon. Jesus c. Enerio Municipal Vice Mayor
Hon. Judelyn E. Bolotaolo SB Member
Hon. Joelito G. Intong
SB Member
Hon. Nathaniel A. Neri SB Member
Hon. Edgar V. Iman SB Member
Hon. Lito L. Awa SB Member
Hon. Moises D. Leonardo SB Member
Hon. Ernest A. Descallar SB Member
Hon. Zenaida C. Medija SB Member
   
Hon. Ezel T. Villanueva SB Member / ABC Pres.
Hon. Jyzel C. Lansang
SB Member / FSK Pres.



Application for Mayor’s Permit on Business


    There shall be collected an annual fee for the issuance of a Mayor’s Permit to operate a business, pursue an occupation or calling, or undertaken an activity within the municipality of Calamba.

Time and Manner of Payment

    The fee for the issuance of a Mayor’s Permit shall be paid to the Municipal Treasure upon application before any business or undertaking can be lawfully begun or pursued and within the first twenty (20) days of January of each year in case of renewal thereof.

ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS:

Supervision and Control over Establishments and Places

    The Municipal Mayor shall supervise and regulate all establishments and places subject to the payment of the permit fee. He shall prescribe rules and regulations as to the mode or manner on which they shall be conducted in so far as may be necessary to maintain peaceful, healthy, and sanitary conditions in the municipality.

Application for Mayor’s Permit on Business

    An application for Mayor’s Permit shall be filed with the Office of the Municipal Mayor. The form for the purpose shall be issued by the same office and shall set forth the request information including the name and residence of the applicant, the description of business or undertaking that is to be conducted, and such other data or information as may be required:
  1. For a newly-started business
a. Location sketch of the new business

b. Paid-up capital of the business as shown in the Article of incorporation, if a corporation of partnership, or a sworn statement of the capital invested by the owner or operator, if sole proprietorship

c. A certificate attesting to the tax exemption if the business is tax exempt

d. Certification from the office in charge of zoning that the location of the new business is in accordance with zoning regulations

e. Tax clearances showing that the operator has paid all tax obligations in the municipality

f. Barangay Clearance

g. Three (3) passport size pictures of the owner or operator or in cases of a partnership or corporation the picture of the senior or managing partners and that of the President or General Manager

i. Health certification for all food handlers, and those required under Chapter IV, Art. D. of this Revenue Code
        2.  For renewal of existing business permits

a. Previous year’s Mayor’s permit

b. Four (4) copies of the annual or quarterly tax payments

c. Four (4) copies of all receipts showing payment of all regulatory fees as provided for in this Code

d. Certificate of tax exemption form local taxes of fees, if exempt

    Upon submission of the application, it shall be the duty of the proper authorities to verify if other municipal requirements regarding the operation of the business or activity such as sanitary requirements, installation of power and light requirements, as well as other safety requirements are complied with. The permit to operate shall be issued only upon compliance with such safety requirements and after the payment of the corresponding inspection fees and other impositions required by this Revenue Code and other municipal tax ordinances.

    Any false statement deliberately made by the applicant shall constitute sufficient gourd for denying or revoking the permit issued by the Mayor, and the applicant or licensee may be prosecuted in accordance with the penalties provided in this Article.

    A Mayor’s Permit shall be refused to (1) any person who previously violated any ordinance or regulation governing permits granted; (2) whose business establishment or undertaking does not conform with zoning regulations, and safety, health and other requirements of the municipality; (3) who has unsettled tax obligation, debt or other liability to the government; (4) who is disqualified under any provision of law or ordinance to establish or operate the business applied for.

    Likewise, a Mayor’s permit shall be denied to any person or applicant for a business who declares an amount of gross sales or receipts that are manifestly below industry standards or the Presumptive Income Level of gross sales or receipts as established in the municipality for the same or a closely similar type of activity or business.

Issuance of Permit; Contents of Permit

    Upon approval of the application of a Mayor’s Permit, two (2) copies of the application duly signed by the Municipal Mayor shall be returned to the applicant. One (1) copy shall be presented to the Municipal Treasurer as basis for the collection of the Mayor’s Permit fee and the corresponding business tax.

    The Mayor’s Permit shall be issued by the Municipal Mayor upon presentation of the receipt for the payment of the Mayor’s Permit and the official receipt issued by the Municipal Treasurer for the payment of the business tax.

***The aforementioned provisions are as per provided under the Revised Local Revenue Code of the Municipality of Calamba, Province of Misamis Occidental duly approved by the Sangguniang Bayan of this municipality on November 26, 2002.

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Registration of Death


Reglementary Period and Place of Registration

    Registration shall be made in the office of the Civil Registrar of the city/municipality where it occurred within thirty (30) days from the time of death.

    The death of a person in a vehicle, airplane or vessel while in, transit within the jurisdiction of the Philippines and where the exact place of death cannot be determined, the Certificate of Death shall be issued by the health officer of the place of burial/cremation and shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of the said city/municipality. If the place of burial/cremation is outside the Philippines, the death shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of Manila.

    When a citizen of the Philippines die aboard a vessel or airplane on route to the Philippines and the exact place of death cannot be ascertained, the death shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of the city or municipality where the person habitually resides before his death,

    When a citizen of the Philippines die aboard a vessel or airplane on route, to other country from the Philippines, or from any other country, and the exact place of death cannot be ascertained, the death shall be reported in the Philippine Foreign Service Establishments of the country of destination of the deceased.

    The death of a person in a vehicular accident, airplane crash or shipwreck within the jurisdiction of the Philippines and the site of the accident or the place where the victim was found cannot be determined, the Certificate of death shall be issued by the health officer of the place of burial and shall be registered in the office Civil registrar of the said city/municipality.

    The death of a person aboard a vessel in the high seas shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of the place of burial upon presentation of a Certificate of Death issued by the health officer of the said place, or by the ship doctor, if any otherwise, the ship captain shall issue and cause the registration of the death certificate.

    If the person was buried or drowned in the high seas, or for any other reason, the body was not recovered registration shall be made in the Civil Registry office of the place of last known address of the deceased in the Philippines or if not resident of the Philippines, registration shall be made in the Civil Registry office of Manila.

Certifications Issued by the Civil Registry Office

CERTIFICATIONS

FEES

1.  Certification of Death Available (Mun-Form No. 2A)  Php 150.00 
2.  Certification of Death Not Available (Mun-Form No. 2B) Php 150.00 
3. Certification of Death Destroyed (Mun-Form No. 2C) Php 150.00

Late Registration of Death  Php 200.00




Reglementary  Period and  Place of Registration


    The birth  of  a child shall be registered within thirty (30) days from the time of birth in the office of the Civil Registrar of the City/Municipality where the birth occurred,

Out of Town Reporting of Birth –

    Out of  Town reporting of birth occurs when the Certificate of Live birth is presented to the civil registrar of a city or municipality which is not the place of birth, not for registration but to be forwarded to the civil registrar of the city or municipality where the birth occurred and where it should be registered.

    The duty of accepting Certificate of Live Birth for out-of-town reporting by the concerned civil registrar may also be performed by the Civil Registrar-General or by his authorized representatives who are the Regional Administrators and Provincial Statistical officers of the National Statistics Office.

    For the purpose of out-of-town reporting of birth, the following requirements shall be complied with by the concerned party;

a) The party who is applying for out-of-town reporting of birth shall execute an affidavit declaring therein among other things, the facts of birth and the reasons why said birth was not recorded in the civil register of the city or municipality where it occurred. The affidavit which must be attested by at least two (2) witnesses, shall serve as an application for registration and shall be submitted to the Civil Registrar together with four (4) Copies of the Certificate of  Live Birth.

b) If the application is for delayed registration of birth, the requirements under the rules governing delayed registration of birth shall also be complied with;

Delayed registration of Birth.

The requirements are:

a) if the person is less than eighteen (18) years old, the following shall be required:

i) four (4) copies of the Certificate of Live Birth duly accomplished and signed by the proper parties;

ii) accomplished affidavit for delayed Registration at the back of the Certificate of Live Birth by the father; mother or guardian, declaring therein; among other things, the following:
  • name of child
  • date and place of birth
  • name of the father if the child is illegitimate and has been acknowledged by him
  • if legitimate, the date, and place of marriage of parents; and
  • reason for not registering the birth within thirty (30) days after the date of birth.
    In case the party seeking late registration of the birth of an illegitimate child is not the mother, the party shall, in addition to the foregoing facts, declare in a sworn statement the present whereabouts of the mother. 

iii) any two (2) of the following documentary evidences which may show the name of the child, date and place of birth, and name of mother (and name of father, if the child been acknowledged);
  • baptismal certificate
  • school records (nursery, kindergarten, preparatory);
  • income tax return of parents
  • insurance policy
  • medical records and
  • others such as Barangay captainÂ’s certification-
  • Negative copies ( PSA Birth Certificate)
iv) Affidavit of two disinterested persons who might have witnessed or known in birth.

b) If the person is eighteen (18) years old or above, he shall apply for late registration of his birth and the requirements shall be;

    All the requirements for a child who is less than eighteen (18) years old; and Certificate of Marriage; if married.

Certifications Issued by the Civil Registry Office

1.  Certification of Live Birth Available (Mun-Form No. 1A)  Php 150.00
2.  Certification of Birth Not Available (Mun-Form No. 1B)  Php 150.00 
3. Certification of Birth Destroyed (Mun-Form No. 1C) Php 150.00

Late Registration of Birth  Php 200.00
Legitimation Fee  Php 200.00 


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