CABLING: LIVELIHOOD PROJECTS TO BACK UP SOCIALIZED HOUSING FOR MARAWI SIEGE VICTIMS

Displaced residents of Marawi City will get livelihood opportunities on top of socialized housing, said lawyer Arnolfo Ricardo C. Cabling, president of the Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC). Cabling also said  recipients of the housing project in the the rebuilding … Continue reading CABLING: LIVELIHOOD PROJECTS TO BACK UP SOCIALIZED HOUSING FOR MARAWI SIEGE VICTIMS

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NBI PROBES SHFC PRESIDENT CABLING OVER SOCIAL HOUSING LAND BUYING SCAM

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has started its investigation of the alleged anomalies involving an official of the Social Housing Finance Corp., a government-owned and controlled corporation under the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council. The NBI’s special action unit … Continue reading NBI PROBES SHFC PRESIDENT CABLING OVER SOCIAL HOUSING LAND BUYING SCAM

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CABLING NAMED  PRESIDENT OF SOCIAL HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION (SHFC)

Arnolfo Ricardo Cabling of Davao City has been named as President of the Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC), a line agency of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC). Cabling, a lawyer and former member of the Davao City … Continue reading CABLING NAMED  PRESIDENT OF SOCIAL HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION (SHFC)

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Holcim, Brgy. Ilang in P72M urban poor housing project

  CEMENT GIANT DONATES P54 MILLION RELOCATION SITE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE families living in a high-risk area in Barangay Ilang in Davao City are moving soon to a P72 million 3-hectare urban poor housing project.      The project is a … Continue reading Holcim, Brgy. Ilang in P72M urban poor housing project

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City Council sets public hearings on Davao City revised zoning code

BY ROGER M. BALANZA The Davao City Council is set to conduct public hearings on revision of the 1996 Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance, after Mayor Sara Duterte submitted to the council a draft proposal, said city councilor Arnolfo Cabling, chair of … Continue reading City Council sets public hearings on Davao City revised zoning code

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THE DURIAN BEAT: UN official fears seawater intrusion into Davao City aquifer

  BY ROGER M. BALANZA A visiting United Nations expert on water resource management has warned of seawater intrusion into the city aquifer if the local government allows uncontrolled use of its groundwater reserve.   When that happens, it would … Continue reading THE DURIAN BEAT: UN official fears seawater intrusion into Davao City aquifer

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Binay chips in P10M for Davao City flood victims

By ROGER M. BALANZA      Vice President Jejomar Binay is allocating P10 million for Davao City’s urban housing program, to benefit victims of the killer June 29 flood who lost their houses.      Binay chairs the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC), which manages government program for homeless urban poor. City councilor Arnolfo Ricardo Cabling said the fund would be utilized to build 100 houses at P100,000 each for 100 victims of the June flood that swept through four barangays in the southern part of the city. Thirty people died in the flood which temporarily displaced more than 10,000 … Continue reading Binay chips in P10M for Davao City flood victims

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ON BUILDING A SQUATTER-FREE DAVAO CITY

THEDURIANBEAT By ROGER M. BALANZA ON BUILDING A SQUATTER-FREE CITY All local government units have one common problem: informal settlers. In highly urbanized LGUs like Davao City, the number of informal settlers grows annually due to migration by people seeking better opportunities.             Also spread out around the city are old settlements on private lands working out purchase plans with owners that could not be speedily pursued due to fund lack.             While anti-squatting laws are in place to prevent illegal occupation of private and government lands by informal settlers, the spirit of humanity, sometimes, bind LGU hands from enforcing an … Continue reading ON BUILDING A SQUATTER-FREE DAVAO CITY

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