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MAJORITY of regular and casual employees of the Cebu City Government may soon receive their Charter Day bonus of P25,000. During a special session on Friday, March 8, 2024, the City Council approved the first supplemental budget (SB 1) amounting to P972 million. The amount includes the P121 million for the cash incentive, as well as the P5,000 gratuity pay of job order (JO) employees. Some councilors, though, were not happy, saying the City had other pressing matters that needed to be addressed instead of granting bonuses.Councilors Phillip Zafra, Donaldo Hontiveros, James Anthony Cuenco, Renato Osmeña Jr., and Pancrasio Esparis said they would not accept the money.Justification During the discussion on the Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence’s (Praise) resolution that recommended the grant of service excellence incentive to regular and casual employees, Cuenco questioned the justifications of the executive department to give the P25,000 bonus.He said the City just gave the employees a P20,000 cash incentive two months ago.He said the justifications were only a “copy paste” of last December’s justification. “There should be a sort of real reward and performance done by the employees that will give reason for the grant of incentive. Maybe they give honor or recognition to the City... I am bothered by the fact that all these rewards they mentioned are the same as those that have been mentioned for the grant of incentive last December for Christmas bonus,” Cuenco said in mixed Cebuano and English. “Murag man ta’g giinsulto ani gud (It seems like we’re being insulted),” added Cuenco, chairman of the committee on budget and finance.Councilor Noel Wenceslao said the Praise committee added three new items to justify the Charter Day bonus.These were the Gawad Kalasag (Kalamidad at Sakuna Labanan Sariling Galing ang Kaligtasan) Seal, a special award for excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in Humanitarian Assistance, and the acknowledgement made by Cebu engineers and architects “for the City’s efficient and effective administration in creating and sustaining mindful relationship to foster and strengthen connections and collaborations of professional expertise.” Priorities Cuenco and Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera said the executive department should have first addressed the matter of unpaid JO personnel and the purchase of a heavy-duty tow truck. Pesquera said several JO personnel have been working without appointments and salaries for the last two months. Zafra suggested acting on the JOs’ plight first before acting on the Charter Day bonus.Cuenco also questioned one of the sources of funds for the cash incentives, which will be the savings from personal services.He said the Cebu City Transportation Office has the highest savings, but only because it did not renew the appointment of many traffic enforcers.“They were not renewed because the City was rightsizing. That’s why the traffic situation in the city has worsened because we lack enforcers... What we see now is the City has been skimping on money, only to find out that we are doing this so we can give a bonus. This is very absurd,” he said in a mix of Cebuano and English.He said the City should instead appropriate money to buy tow trucks capable of towing 10-wheeler trucks.Cuenco, who also chairs the transportation committee, said the City had to borrow a heavy-duty tow truck from Mandaue City to tow a truck that had broken down inside the tunnel of the Cebu South Coastal Road, which caused a four-hour traffic jam last Feb. 20.“Uwaw kaayo (It was shameful),” he said.Cuenco also said the bonus should be given to employees in need like the JOs, and not to those who are already in the position.He said it is incumbent on them, as City Hall employees and officials, to perform well without any incentive. But Wenceslao said not all regular and casual employees will receive the Charter Day bonus, emphasizing that only those who received a satisfactory performance rating will get one. He said there are currently 4,784 regular and casual employees and 3,357 JO personnel working in City Hall. The SB 1 also covers the P205 million for the preparation of the Palarong Pambansa in July, P600 million for transitional housing, and P21 million for the City Council upgrade, among others. The SB 1 will be sourced from the savings of general fund proper and special accounts. Cebu City celebrated its 87th Charter Day last Feb. 24. / JJL, AML Online Slot machine real money Philippines Philippines AFTER the successful demolition of the two skywalks along Osmeña Boulevard, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has announced plans to remove all remaining skywalks within the city’s jurisdiction, one by one.Over Cebu City Hall’s online program “Ingna’ng Mayor” on Thursday, March 14, 2024, Rama said skywalks do not serve their purpose.Rama said skywalks became an interim drop-in center for some mendicants. He said skywalks also became public comfort rooms, living rooms, and living quarters.“Ang mga tawo, they cannot even watch what they will see if they are to watch. Ang problema sa uban mo watch sila pero dili kita,” Rama said.Rama said the skywalk in Day-as has one end connected to a sidewalk. In Banilad, one side of the skywalk ends on a sidewalk, while the other end leads to a jeepney parking lot. Additionally, some skywalks have one end connected to a sidewalk and the other end leading to establishments.He also noted that the skywalk in Escario is obstructing the sidewalk.He said skywalks should not obstruct the sidewalk or the roads.He said as a result of these issues, people no longer use the skywalks.He explained that skywalks would only be effective if equipped with elevators and escalators, but he also emphasized that the city no longer requires such structures. During the program, SunStar Cebu asked Rama what would replace the skywalks, particularly for the benefit of students.He suggested that tunnels or underground pedestrian crossings would be more effective, allowing people to cross streets underground, similar to practices observed worldwide.He said there are no skywalks in Melbourne, Australia and other countries.He said when he was in Boston, he was told to expose the sky, not create obstructions, deeming skywalks as obstructions.He said underground crossing pedestrians exist in Quiapo.In a follow-up phone interview on Thursday, Rama said that all skywalks have not served their purpose, considering why they were constructed and why the Office of the Building Officials (OBO) allowed them during those times.Asked regarding the target completion of the removal of all skywalks, Rama said not to worry much about it, saying they have already removed at least two along Osmeña Boulevard.Rama said he will be meeting OBO, the city engineering office, City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) to discuss the matter.The two skywalks along Osmeña Boulevard, one standing near Fuente Osmeña Circle and the other Cebu Normal University, were successfully removed last February 18 and February 25, 2024, respectively.The main slabs of the two skywalks were stored in the city’s engineering office junkyard in the South Road Properties, awaiting evaluation to determine their viability and structural integrity for potential repurposing. 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AFTER the successful demolition of the two skywalks along Osmeña Boulevard, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has announced plans to remove all remaining skywalks within the city’s jurisdiction, one by one.Over Cebu City Hall’s online program “Ingna’ng Mayor” on Thursday, March 14, 2024, Rama said skywalks do not serve their purpose.Rama said skywalks became an interim drop-in center for some mendicants. He said skywalks also became public comfort rooms, living rooms, and living quarters.“Ang mga tawo, they cannot even watch what they will see if they are to watch. Ang problema sa uban mo watch sila pero dili kita,” Rama said.Rama said the skywalk in Day-as has one end connected to a sidewalk. In Banilad, one side of the skywalk ends on a sidewalk, while the other end leads to a jeepney parking lot. Additionally, some skywalks have one end connected to a sidewalk and the other end leading to establishments.He also noted that the skywalk in Escario is obstructing the sidewalk.He said skywalks should not obstruct the sidewalk or the roads.He said as a result of these issues, people no longer use the skywalks.He explained that skywalks would only be effective if equipped with elevators and escalators, but he also emphasized that the city no longer requires such structures. During the program, SunStar Cebu asked Rama what would replace the skywalks, particularly for the benefit of students.He suggested that tunnels or underground pedestrian crossings would be more effective, allowing people to cross streets underground, similar to practices observed worldwide.He said there are no skywalks in Melbourne, Australia and other countries.He said when he was in Boston, he was told to expose the sky, not create obstructions, deeming skywalks as obstructions.He said underground crossing pedestrians exist in Quiapo.In a follow-up phone interview on Thursday, Rama said that all skywalks have not served their purpose, considering why they were constructed and why the Office of the Building Officials (OBO) allowed them during those times.Asked regarding the target completion of the removal of all skywalks, Rama said not to worry much about it, saying they have already removed at least two along Osmeña Boulevard.Rama said he will be meeting OBO, the city engineering office, City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) to discuss the matter.The two skywalks along Osmeña Boulevard, one standing near Fuente Osmeña Circle and the other Cebu Normal University, were successfully removed last February 18 and February 25, 2024, respectively.The main slabs of the two skywalks were stored in the city’s engineering office junkyard in the South Road Properties, awaiting evaluation to determine their viability and structural integrity for potential repurposing. (AML) Popular Sports in the Philippines THE Archdiocese of Manila is warning the faithful over the presence of individuals pretending to be priests of the Roman Catholic Church. In a radio interview, Manila Archdiocese-Office of Communications (AOC) Director Fr. Roy Bellen said the public must be vigilant against the continued prevalence of non-Roman Catholic individuals holding Masses outside churches while posing as Catholic priests. "As much as we respect ministers of other denominations or sects, it is very saddening when they pretend and project themselves as Roman Catholic priests, with the intention to mislead a Roman Catholic congregation or mass attendees," said Bellen. One way to insulate themselves from fake priests, according to the official, is by following the established protocols in celebrating Masses in offices, schools, or other public places outside the church. Bellen said this in order to allow the Catholic Church to ascertain the legitimacy of the would-be presiding priests. "The organizers need to coordinate beforehand with the respective parish that has the ecclesiastical jurisdiction to inform them about the Mass that is to be celebrated and who will be the presiding priest," Bellen said. "It is of great importance for organizers of the Catholic Masses outside the church to coordinate closely with their respective parishes for their own assurance and for the protection of the Holy Sacrament," he added. Priests usually carry identification cards called celebret, which is a testimonial stating that he is in good standing and has the authority to perform religious functions. (HDT/SunStar Philippines)

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THE Archdiocese of Manila is warning the faithful over the presence of individuals pretending to be priests of the Roman Catholic Church. In a radio interview, Manila Archdiocese-Office of Communications (AOC) Director Fr. Roy Bellen said the public must be vigilant against the continued prevalence of non-Roman Catholic individuals holding Masses outside churches while posing as Catholic priests. "As much as we respect ministers of other denominations or sects, it is very saddening when they pretend and project themselves as Roman Catholic priests, with the intention to mislead a Roman Catholic congregation or mass attendees," said Bellen. One way to insulate themselves from fake priests, according to the official, is by following the established protocols in celebrating Masses in offices, schools, or other public places outside the church. Bellen said this in order to allow the Catholic Church to ascertain the legitimacy of the would-be presiding priests. "The organizers need to coordinate beforehand with the respective parish that has the ecclesiastical jurisdiction to inform them about the Mass that is to be celebrated and who will be the presiding priest," Bellen said. "It is of great importance for organizers of the Catholic Masses outside the church to coordinate closely with their respective parishes for their own assurance and for the protection of the Holy Sacrament," he added. Priests usually carry identification cards called celebret, which is a testimonial stating that he is in good standing and has the authority to perform religious functions. (HDT/SunStar Philippines) Popular Sports in the Philippines MAJORITY of regular and casual employees of the Cebu City Government may soon receive their Charter Day bonus of P25,000. During a special session on Friday, March 8, 2024, the City Council approved the first supplemental budget (SB 1) amounting to P972 million. The amount includes the P121 million for the cash incentive, as well as the P5,000 gratuity pay of job order (JO) employees. Some councilors, though, were not happy, saying the City had other pressing matters that needed to be addressed instead of granting bonuses.Councilors Phillip Zafra, Donaldo Hontiveros, James Anthony Cuenco, Renato Osmeña Jr., and Pancrasio Esparis said they would not accept the money.Justification During the discussion on the Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence’s (Praise) resolution that recommended the grant of service excellence incentive to regular and casual employees, Cuenco questioned the justifications of the executive department to give the P25,000 bonus.He said the City just gave the employees a P20,000 cash incentive two months ago.He said the justifications were only a “copy paste” of last December’s justification. “There should be a sort of real reward and performance done by the employees that will give reason for the grant of incentive. Maybe they give honor or recognition to the City... I am bothered by the fact that all these rewards they mentioned are the same as those that have been mentioned for the grant of incentive last December for Christmas bonus,” Cuenco said in mixed Cebuano and English. “Murag man ta’g giinsulto ani gud (It seems like we’re being insulted),” added Cuenco, chairman of the committee on budget and finance.Councilor Noel Wenceslao said the Praise committee added three new items to justify the Charter Day bonus.These were the Gawad Kalasag (Kalamidad at Sakuna Labanan Sariling Galing ang Kaligtasan) Seal, a special award for excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in Humanitarian Assistance, and the acknowledgement made by Cebu engineers and architects “for the City’s efficient and effective administration in creating and sustaining mindful relationship to foster and strengthen connections and collaborations of professional expertise.” Priorities Cuenco and Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera said the executive department should have first addressed the matter of unpaid JO personnel and the purchase of a heavy-duty tow truck. Pesquera said several JO personnel have been working without appointments and salaries for the last two months. Zafra suggested acting on the JOs’ plight first before acting on the Charter Day bonus.Cuenco also questioned one of the sources of funds for the cash incentives, which will be the savings from personal services.He said the Cebu City Transportation Office has the highest savings, but only because it did not renew the appointment of many traffic enforcers.“They were not renewed because the City was rightsizing. That’s why the traffic situation in the city has worsened because we lack enforcers... What we see now is the City has been skimping on money, only to find out that we are doing this so we can give a bonus. This is very absurd,” he said in a mix of Cebuano and English.He said the City should instead appropriate money to buy tow trucks capable of towing 10-wheeler trucks.Cuenco, who also chairs the transportation committee, said the City had to borrow a heavy-duty tow truck from Mandaue City to tow a truck that had broken down inside the tunnel of the Cebu South Coastal Road, which caused a four-hour traffic jam last Feb. 20.“Uwaw kaayo (It was shameful),” he said.Cuenco also said the bonus should be given to employees in need like the JOs, and not to those who are already in the position.He said it is incumbent on them, as City Hall employees and officials, to perform well without any incentive. But Wenceslao said not all regular and casual employees will receive the Charter Day bonus, emphasizing that only those who received a satisfactory performance rating will get one. He said there are currently 4,784 regular and casual employees and 3,357 JO personnel working in City Hall. The SB 1 also covers the P205 million for the preparation of the Palarong Pambansa in July, P600 million for transitional housing, and P21 million for the City Council upgrade, among others. The SB 1 will be sourced from the savings of general fund proper and special accounts. Cebu City celebrated its 87th Charter Day last Feb. 24. / JJL, AML

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