Thursday, November 8, 2007

New Section: Barangay Clusters, Rosario, Batangas

Just added the following section in the Wikipedia article about Rosario, Batangas:

Barangay 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.[2]

Barangay Cluster South East I
Antipolo, Calantas, Leviste, Matamis, Palakpak, Tulos

Barangay Cluster North East II
Macalamcam B, Nasi, Pinagsibaan, Putingkahoy, Salao, San Isidro

Barangay Cluster East III
Bayawang, Bulihan, Cahigam, Lumbangan, Mabunga, Mayuro

Barangay Cluster East IV
Alupay, Balibago, Mabato, Macalamcam A, Maligaya, Natu

Barangay Cluster Central V
Bagong Pook, Baybayin, Mavalor, San Carlos, San Jose, Tiquiwan

Barangay Cluster West Central VI
Poblacion D, Poblacion E, Itlugan, Maalas-as, Namuco, Namunga

Barangay Cluster East Central VII
Poblacion A, Poblacion B, Poblacion C, Quilib, San Roque, Sta. Cruz

Barangay Cluster 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).[3]


joice said...

may i know who's the keeper of this blog? :D

My Rosario Batangas said...

hi joice,

you may wish to check for more info about the keeper of this blog. thanks for the comment.