Rosario, Batangas


Rosario, Batangas
Rosario
—  Municipality  —
Map of Batangas showing the location of Rosario.
Rosario is located in Philippines
Rosario
Location in the Philippines
Coordinates: 13°50′42″N 121°12′13″E / 13.845°N 121.20361°E / 13.845; 121.20361Coordinates: 13°50′42″N 121°12′13″E / 13.845°N 121.20361°E / 13.845; 121.20361
Country  Philippines
Region CALABARZON (Region IV-A)
Province Batangas
District 4th District
Founded 1867
Barangays 48
Government
 – Mayor Felipe Africa Marquez (Liberal)
Area
 – Total 226.88 km2 (87.6 sq mi)
Population (2007)
 – Total 95,785
 – Density 422.2/km2 (1,093.5/sq mi)
Time zone PST (UTC+8)
ZIP code 4225
Income class 1st class
Website Official Website of Rosario, Batangas
Population Census of Rosario
Census Pop. Rate
1995 74,976
2000 86,110 3.02%
2007 95,785 1.48%

Rosario is a 1st class municipality in the province of Batangas, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 95,785 people in 16,288 households.

Rosario is also considered as among the interior municipalities of the Batangas Bay Region comprising eleven municipalities and two cities whose catchment areas drain into the Batangas Bay.[1]

Contents

World Outlook in Local Action

In compliance with the principles of 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, the Municipal Government of Rosario, Batangas formulated the Aksyon ng Bayan Rosario 2001 And Beyond Human and Ecological Security Plan[2] by virtue of Executive Order No. 98-02 dated October 5, 1998 by then Mayor Rodolfo Guerra Villar.

The plan pursued a sustainable development approach to poverty reduction efforts balanced with concerns for ecological security. This required an active collaboration among the municipal and barangay government units, non-governmental and people's organizations, and the local community.

To further institutionalize the Aksyon ng Bayan Rosario 2001 And Beyond framework and integrate its principles in local development plans, the CLUP was prepared by the Municipal Land Use Committee and the Office of the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator, with technical assistance from the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB). In 2000, the CLUP and its accompanying Zoning Ordinance (ZO) was approved with immediate effect.[3]

Local government

The current set of municipal officials were elected during the 2010 General Elections and their term is set to expire on 2013.

Municipal Mayor: Manuel B. Alvarez

Vice-Mayor: Jose T. Valencia

Sangguniang Bayan Members:

  • Melissa L. Jareño
  • Conrado M. Resuello
  • Arcel M. Marquez
  • Edward B. Aguilar
  • Armando C. Bautista
  • Teodoro Karr C. Luansing
  • Garry Q. Malaluan
  • Vacant(Till the appointed one assumed)
  • ABC President: Angel B. Alvarez, Sr.
  • SK President: Christopher D. Valencia
  • Note: Incumbent Mayor Felipe Africa Marquez expired October 08, 2011 due to various complications in his health at Mediatrix Hospital Lipa City, Batangas, Philippines.

Immediate Past Municipal Officials

The immediate past municipal officials were elected during the 2004 General Elections and their term expired 2007. The incumbent mayor is Felipe Marquez who was reelected for his second term during the 2007 General Elections as chief executive of Rosario. The vice mayor is Danilo Alday. Sangguniang Bayan is composed of Angelica Rosales, Leonardo Anyayahan, Sonia Ebite, Adrian Montalbo, Kennedy Laroza, Pedro Andan and Johnny Minas. Sangguniang Kabataan Municipal Federation President is Grace Villar of Brgy. Quilib.

Barangays

Rosario is politically subdivided into 48 barangays. Malaya was formerly known as Munting Tubig.[4]

  • Alupay
  • Antipolo
  • Bagong Pook
  • Balibago
  • Bayawang
  • Baybayin
  • Bulihan
  • Cahigam
  • Calantas
  • Colongan
  • Itlugan
  • Lumbangan
  • Maalas-As
  • Mabato
  • Mabunga
  • Macalamcam A
  • Macalamcam B
  • Malaya
  • Maligaya
  • Marilag
  • Masaya
  • Matamis (Malinao)
  • Mavalor
  • Mayuro
  • Namuco
  • Namunga
  • Natu
  • Nasi
  • Palakpak
  • Pinagsibaan
  • Barangay A (Pob.)
  • Barangay B (Pob.)
  • Barangay C (Pob.)
  • Barangay D (Pob.)
  • Barangay E (Pob.)
  • Putingkahoy
  • Quilib
  • Salao
  • San Carlos
  • San Ignacio
  • San Isidro
  • San Jose
  • San Roque
  • Santa Cruz
  • Timbugan
  • Tiquiwan
  • Leviste (Tubahan)
  • Tulos

Clusters

For purposes of community organizing and effective delivery of social development projects, the Office for Sustainable Development under supervision of the Office of the Municipal Mayor in 1995, conveniently divided the 48 barangays into 8 barangay clusters with 6 member barangays each.[5]

Cluster Barangays
South East I Antipolo, Calantas, Leviste, Matamis, Palakpak, Tulos
North East II Macalamcam B, Nasi, Pinagsibaan, Putingkahoy, Salao, San Isidro
East III Bayawang, Bulihan, Cahigam, Lumbangan, Mabunga, Mayuro
East IV Alupay, Balibago, Mabato, Macalamcam A, Maligaya, Natu
Central V Bagong Pook, Baybayin, Mavalor, San Carlos, San Jose, Tiquiwan
West Central VI Poblacion D, Poblacion E, Itlugan, Maalas-as, Namuco, Namunga
East Central VII Poblacion A, Poblacion B, Poblacion C, Quilib, San Roque, Sta. Cruz
West VIII Colongan, Malaya, Marilag, Masaya, San Ignacio, Timbugan

This system was patterned after the resolutions traditionally passed by the Sangguniang Bayan as part of its organizational plan following the general elections when new members are elected into office for a new term.

Consequently, the barangay cluster arrangement was adopted and served as the framework for land use development strategies enunciated under the Comprehensive Land Use Plan of Rosario, Batangas for Planning Period 2000-2010 (CLUP).[6]

Barangay Officials

Barangay Punong Barangay SK Chairman
Poblacion A Carlos Gerald C. Toreja Albert G. Marasigan
Poblacion B Emmerson T. Macatangay Brian Benedict R. Untalan
Poblacion C Ranilo T. Serrano John Joseph E. Reyes
Poblacion D Romulo Q. Perea Maria Gracia M. Ebite
Poblacion E Angelito L. Coz Brent David P. Austria
Alupay Reynaldo D. Macaraig Mark Julius A. Aguila
Antipolo Rudy M. Endencio Gae Marie G. Gutierrez
Bagong Pook Alfonso S. Magtibay, Sr. Lester S. Marasigan
Balibago Gaudioso F. Alday Melvin Joseph H. Ilagan
Bayawang Norberto A. Manalo Adelle M. Bereña
Baybayin Cesar B. Agbay Marlon S. Barbosa
Bulihan Pedro U. Berana Czarine Fatima M. Marmol
Cahigam Dante A. Alday Leo Joseph B. Balila
Calantas Leovino M. Dagli Andrew M. Aliwalas
Colongan Prudencio R. Barbosa June Myka C. Rizo
Itlugan Casiano A. Guste Grew Andrew B. De Mesa
Lumbangan Isagani C. Laroza Jette Kay P. Recheta
Maalas-As Enrico M. Siantiqua Frederick R. Guno, Jr.
Mabato Federico Z. Dimaandal Michelle Ann M. Mercado
Mabunga Vener S. de Torres Aemard DG. de Torres
Macalamcam A Ronaldo M. Ramos Mycah Marisse B. Montuano
Macalamcam B Raymundo G. Hernandez Mark L. Lalog
Malaya Domingo B. Roallos Psalm David O. Abarintos
Maligaya Felix P. Aclan Romel R. Joco
Marilag Albino M. Altura Sherwin R. Magsombol
Masaya Edwin J. Hernadez Adriane U. Mojado
Matamis (Malinao) Virgilio A. Dapoc Oliver D. Abaday
Mavalor Maximo S. Alagar Mary Jane C. Wagan
Mayuro Marciano S. Aquino Julie Anne M. Veyra
Namuco Pedro R. Andan Kenneth John L. Comia
Namunga Gil M. Diña Jeanna Marie A. Pamplona
Natu Martin C. de Castro Lovely Lucille A. Maniebo
Nasi Emerson G. Tapay Realyn C. Pangilinan
Palakpak Roberto T. Lacerna Joseph Kevin D. Gutierrez
Pinagsibaan Angel B. Alvarez, Sr.1 Mark Kalvin M. Nucup
Putingkahoy Vicente S. Matibag Ladiely E. Tarcelo
Quilib Jun G. Villar Cassandra Faye M. Maralit
Salao Luzviminda P. Austria Erica R. Cornella
San Carlos Darius M. Aguado Catherine Vane C. Torres
San Ignacio Rufina L. Olchondra Christopher D. Valencia2
San Isidro Rolly C. Leynes May M. Balmes
San Jose Benito L. Ilagan Angelica D. Boongaling
San Roque Ruben C. Magpantay Vee Jay A. Andal
Santa Cruz Joel M. Abjelina Renier C. Escamillas
Timbugan Donjun B. Alcaraz Realyn A. Esguerra
Tiquiwan Reynaldo B. Braza Denmark DC. Garcia
Tubahan Crispo A. Custodio Ivy Veronica B. Zara
Tulos Mario A. Villena Julius B. Carpela

1 - Association of Barangay Captains President
2 - Sangguniang Kabataan Federation President

Notable people

  • Jovit Baldivino - Pilipinas Got Talent Season 1 winner

References

  1. ^ "Environmental Management Atlas". Batangas Coastalink. http://batangascoastalink.net/state/atlas.htm. Retrieved 2007-10-30. 
  2. ^ "Aksyon ng Bayan Rosario 2001 AB Program". Barriotikman Community Worker. http://communityworker.blogspot.com/2008/12/aksyon-ng-bayan-rosario-2001-ab-program.html. Retrieved 2009-01-17. 
  3. ^ eZ publish admin. "List of Completed CLUPs/ZOs by Region Calendar Year 2000". Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board. http://www.hlurb.gov.ph/article/articleview/146/1/18. Retrieved 2007-11-01. [dead link]
  4. ^ "An Act Changing the Name of the Barrio of Munting Tubig in the Municipality of Rosario, Province of Batangas, to Malaya". LawPH.com. http://lawph.com/statutes/ra714.html. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  5. ^ Villar, Rodolfo G.; Quizon, Manuel Luis & Barbosa-Bianzon, Francia (1996). Minimum Basic Needs Baseline Survey Consolidated Report. Municipality of Rosario, Batangas, Philippines. 
  6. ^ Municipal Land Use Committee; Office of the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator (June 2000). Comprehensive Land Use Plan of Rosario, Batangas for Planning Period: 2000-2010. Municipality of Rosario, Batangas, Philippines. 

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