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List of (25) Municipalities and (2) Cities in the Zamboanga del Norte Province within Region IX in the Republic of The Philippines
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PIA Press Release
by Ernie Rojo
Dipolog City (June 27) –- The Dipolog Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) is welcoming the entry of new transport players in Zamboanga del Norte, as Cebu Pacific Air and Negros Navigation announced the opening of their air and sea links, respectively.
Cebu Pacific Air will open its Manila-Dipolog-Manila flights thrice a week with its maiden flight on July 13 using the airline’s newly acquired airbus 319. It flies from Manila to Dipolog on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, leaving Manila at 11:45 a.m. and arriving at 1 p.m. in Dipolog. The plane will also fly the same day back to Manila at 1:30 p.m.
Negros Navigation, on the other hand, is putting up trips from Dipolog to Manila, Cagayan de Oro city, Iloilo, Palawan and various other ports in Visayas and Mindanao.
“dipolog Chamber is especially proud that Cebu Pacific has finally honored our invitation for the airline to fly to Dipolog and complement our initiatives of bringing development in this part of the country,” said Chairman Edwin Capili and President Edgar Bagarinao of Dipolog Chamber to Cebu Pacific President and Chief Executive Officer Lance Gokongwei.
With Cebu Pacific servicing the route Manila-Dipolog, lawyer Michael Alan Ranillo, chairman of the Provincial Tourism Council and vice president of the Dipolog Chamber, viewed it as a major boost to the province’s efforts at making Zamboanga del Norte an attractive tourist destination. “We welcome Cebu Pacific to the province as it would mean that we are growing economically and we know that it would boost our tourism program with more access in and out of the province at an affordable and competitive fare.” Ranillo said.
In announcing the new flights for Dipolog, Cebu Pacific CEO Lance Gokongwei said: “Dipolog is known for its numerous tourists spots with Dakak Beach resort at its neighboring historical city of Dapitan as well as its Spanish-style bottled sardines industry.”
Incumbent Dipolog City mayor re-elected
Posted at 05/14/2010
By Trini L. Velasco, ABS-CBN News North Mindanao
DIPOLOG CITY, Philippines – Voters here reelected Dipolog City Mayor Evelyn Uy to a new term.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) proclaimed Uy on Wednesday after the count showed she garnered 31,408 votes against her rival Franklin Lim, who had 20,577 votes.
Uy’s running mate, Vice Mayor Senen Angeles, was also reelected to another term.
Angeles received 28,211 votes, beating his opponents Edionar Azamoras and Eddie Cubiro.
The Comelec also proclaimed Dante Bagarinao, Horacio Velasco, Jonald Napigquit, James Verduguez, Marvelita Pinsoy, Praxides Rubia, Kenny Val Ong and Romulo Soliva as City Councilors.