The Coastal Law Enforcement Council (CLEC) Cluster 8 convened its monthly meeting with Municipal Mayor Roman B. Bullen presiding as Chairman. The meeting was attended by Vice Mayor Noel Hormachuelos of Panglao, Sir Edgar Solis of Loay, Sir Jose Garcia – Bohol Provincial Environmental Management Officer, as well as the Philippine Coast Guard and Police Officers.
The Bohol Island State University Main Campus representatives – Dr. Zina D. Sayson, the Vice President for Student Affairs and Services, Dr. Jonathan D. Tayabas, the University Director of Sports, and Dr. Lemuel P. Abdul, the University Director of Socio Cultural and Arts Affairs – visited the Mayor’s Office to discuss plans for the upcoming Provincial SCUAA. The event is set to take place in Dauis on April 18-21, 2023.
The Barangay Songculan, Barangay Bingag, and Barangay San Isidro held their General Assembly Meeting 2023 on March 26th, 2023.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the semestral report of the Barangay Officials in relation to their activities and finances. In addition, the meeting aims to address the concerns and opinions of the community.
The Municipality of Dauis joins the nation in celebrating the 2023 National Women’s Month Celebration with the theme: “WE for Gender Equality and Inclusive Society.”
The celebration was successfully led by MSWDO Eden Casuga, along with her team, and equally diligent leadership of Federated President Vicky Bolos, and women presidents representing all barangays of Dauis. Their unwavering support and contribution have made this celebration a meaningful and successful one.
Congratulations to our Queen and Princesses, as well as all the talented and remarkable women who participated in this event.
The Barangay Assembly Meeting was conducted in Tinago and Tabalong with the purpose of discussing the semestral report of the Barangay Officials concerning its activities and finances as well as problems affecting the barangay. The meeting was also to interact with their barangay officials, ensuring transparency and accountability in governance while addressing the concerns and opinions of the community.
On March 18th, 2023, Barangay Dao held an Assembly Meeting which was attended by several agencies of our town, such as Health, Police Force, and MAO. During the meeting, various matters were discussed by their well-respected Barangay Captain Charles Geonson, who gave a comprehensive report on the current plans and projects of the barangay, while the treasurer of the barangay provided a financial report.
The meeting concluded successfully, with the assurance of assistance and aid to the residents of Barangay Dao.
Residents of Purok 5 Mayacabac requested assistance in improving the lighting along their paths. In response to their request, we provided them with the solar lights to help address their concern.
Our provision of solar-powered lights is aimed at enhancing their safety and convenience as they move around the area. It is our hope that this gesture will contribute to the community’s overall welfare and provide a lasting solution.
The Department of Education – Bohol Division commemorated National Arts Month 2023 by organizing a culminating program with the theme: “Kulturang Bol-anon Taliwala sa Hagit sa Panahon” at the Bohol Cultural Center Tagbilaran.
Unpublished Folk Dance Contest
Entry: Panagat sa Dauis
Congratulations to all participants and winners!
“Disiplina sa atong kaugalingon’ BASURA KO, HIPUSON KO”
On March 11th, 2023, the LGU Dauis and Brgy. Poblacion Council conducted a coastal clean-up at Borja Bridge or also known as Taytayan, where a significant amount of waste, including plastic, bottles, tires, broken glass, and other harmful items, was collected. It is disheartening to see that some individuals still neglect the area by littering harmful waste, despite the efforts to maintain its cleanliness and preserve our environment.
To address this issue, some authorities have been tasked with supervising the area during the night and deter such activities. Furthermore, the police have fined several individuals for violating the no-loitering ordinance, which has been implemented to ensure the cleanliness and orderliness of not only Dauis but also the entire Province of Bohol.
The water main line in Purok 3, Songculan had a leak that caused water wastage and flooding in the area. Fortunately, our waterworks team acted promptly and resolved the issue.
We hope for your cooperation to immediately report such problems to the waterworks office or the Mayor’s office so that the problem with our water supply can be addressed immediately and prevent further water wastage in our town.
A water shortage in Purok 6, Catarman caused a prolonged two-month period of no water supply. However, the situation was addressed by the installation of a new water pipe, along with the cleaning and refilling of the tank to ensure an uninterrupted water flow.
We greatly appreciate the dedication of the waterworks staff in continuing to serve the people of Dauis.
TIEZA officials came to our town for site inspection and notarial signing of the MOA by the PLO as prerequisite for the Pre-Construction Conference of Tourist Rest Area signed by our Gov. Aris Aumentado, Cong. Edgar Chatto of 1st District, Sec. Maria Esperanza Christina Garcia Frasco, and our Municipality of Dauis represented by the office of the Municipal Mayor.
As required by the Dep-Ed curriculum, the Grade 12-ICT Senior High students of Biking Technical Vocational High School (BTVHS) are currently undergoing their work immersion here in the Dauis Town Hall. The students are assigned to various offices to gain familiarity with the real-world work experience.
The Medical Mission for Dauisanon was successfully conducted at Dauis Covered Court.
Our sincere gratitude to Members Church of God International (MCGI) Cares for choosing Dauis and offering free healthcare services and medications to our beloved Dauisanons, especially PWDs and senior citizens who need additional medical attention.
Congratulations to Regie Suganob, who recently won the IBF Eliminator fight held at Calape Sports Center on February 25, 2023.
The road at Purok 6 in Mayacabac has been paved with anapog to address the difficulties experienced by the residents during rainy season.
The issue has been resolved, and we are thankful for their cooperation. Even with a little aid, it truly warms our hearts to see how glad our beloved brothers and sisters are that their problem has been addressed.
In order to serve the residents of Dauis, a continuous supply of water is essential. The problem of not being able to provide water supply for several weeks has been resolved in Purok 3, Catarman.
Thank you very much Raymund Miculob for your continuous service as tank operator, as well as our quick and hardworking waterworks staff, Kit-kit, San-san, and Tommy, and our equally hardworking Executive Sec. Tonio Sumobay, you really gave a solution to our water problem.
Continue your service and hard work for our beloved Dauisanons.
On February 16th, a medical outreach program was conducted at Dauis Covered Court by KIWANIS Club Tagbilaran, under the leadership of its president, Marilou Bunani. The program offered various medical services such as Acupuncture, Cupping, Chiropractic, and Bone Care, provided by Dr. Richard Park.
Accompanied by our waterworks staff, we visited Purok 2 Catarman to attend to a persistent problem involving a damaged pipeline. Through the grace of God, the worn-out pipe has been replaced with a durable PVC one, and we express our gratitude for the successful resolution of the issue. As we remain steadfast in our dedication to serve the people of Dauis, we hope for continuous support and guidance.
Our service to the people of Dauis never takes a day off. We have tackled the issue of the large and potholed road in front of the church that has been a long-standing problem. Our community is very poor, but we purchased the necessary materials such as cement, stone, and sand to address the situation promptly. We are grateful for the support of our Bayanihan boys who generously volunteered their services without pay. Even small actions and contributions from each of us can bring happiness to our fellow citizens. We pray to our loving and merciful God for continuous guidance and protection from harm, so that we can continue serving our community.
The Dauis Local Government, in Bohol, is working with the Institute of Crop Science and the Institute of Food Science at the University of the Philippines Los Baños on a DOST-supported project titled “Development of a Science & Technology-Based, Gender-Responsive, and Crisis-Resilient Root and Tuber Crops Value Chain through a Participatory Market Chain Approach.” The goal is to create an LGU-led value chain for root and tuber crops that is inclusive, based on science and technology, and mindful of gender and crisis resilience. Dauis was chosen for the project due to its reputation for the traditional Ubi Kinampay variety of ubi and its utilization of cassava and apali.
Mayor Roman Bullen congratulates the winners of Bohol UBI Festival held on January 26-30, 2023 at the Old Airport, Tagbilaran City.
Category as follows:
1st Place in Best in Booth
1st Place in Female OPM Category
1st Place in Balak
2nd Place in Ubi product display
3rd Place in Highest Volume of Ubi
3rd Place in Most Participative LGU