The imposition of Martial Law in Mindanao is taking a heavy toll on small businesses operators in this city.
Despite the estimated P20 million revenue loss in tourism, the City Tourism Office is still positive that the industry’s income will eecover amid the implementation of Martial Law in Mindanao, an official said, June 1.
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) approved the application of 32 colleges and universities in Davao Region, half of these found in this city, to increase tuition and school fees for this school year.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) introduced a new application to help the public monitor prices of necessities in the market.
Traffic enforcers here will still apprehend drivers using cellular phones while on the road because of an existing ordinance signed by then mayor Rodrigo Duterte. This despite the suspension of the Anti-Distracted Driving Act, or the Repubic Act 10913 on Tuesday, merely five days after it was implemented.
The Department of Education (DepEd) Region XI announced on Thursday that there will be no suspension of class schedules during the school opening amid the declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao.
The recently reinstated farmers from the Madaum Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Inc., are calling on the Department of Agrarian Reform to proceed with the survey of the 145 hectare-Sanid Farm in Barangay San Isidro, Madaum in Tagum City.
At least 6,483 individuals were apprehended in just a month for smoking in public areas despite the city’s intensified enforcement of the law.
The city government of Tagum projected an increase of its revenue income by around 5.8 percent for next year.
The Public-Private Partnership Center announced the termination of the procurement for PPP projects for the development, operations and maintenance of five airports in the country.