Notice of Application for Marriage License
FDP Documents
-2016 Annual Budget
-2016 Annual Procurement Plan
-2016 Gender and Development Plan
-1st quarter 2016, Statement of Cash Flows
-1st quarter 2016, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-1st quarter 2016, Trust Fund Utilization
-1st quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-1st quarter 2016, Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-1st quarter 2016, SEF Utilization
-1st quarter 2016, Supplemental Procurement Plan
-1st quarter 2016, Manpower Complement
-2nd quarter 2016, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-2nd quarter 2016, SEF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, Statement of Cash Flows
-2nd quarter 2016, Trust Fund Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, LDRRMF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, Manpower Complement
-2nd quarter 2016, Supplemental Procurement Plan
-2nd quarter 2016, Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-3rd quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016,Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-3rd quarter 2016,Unliquidated Cash Advance
-3rd quarter 2016, SEF Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016,Trust Fund Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016,Statement of Cash Flows
-3rd quarter 2016, LDRRMF Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016, Manpower Complement
-3rd quarter 2016, Supplemental Procurement Plan
-4th quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-4th quarter 2016, Bids Result
-4th quarter 2016, Trust Fund Utilization
-4th quarter 2016,Supplemental Procurement Plan
-4th quarter 2016,SEF Utilization
-4th quarter 2016, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-4th quarter 2016, Statement of Cash Flows
-2nd quarter 2017, LDRRMF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2017, Manpower complement.2
-2nd quarter 2017, Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-2nd quarter 2017, Statement of Cash Flows
-2nd quarter 2017, Trust Fund Utilization
-2nd quarter 2017, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-2nd quarter 2017, SEF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2017, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
Invitation to Bid (Downloadable)
-Invitation to Bid-October 30, 2014
-Invitation to Bid-February 12, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-March 2, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-March 12, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-March 30, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-Core Local Road
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building
-Construction of Trading Post
-Flood Control
-Construction of Casa de Villaverde Phase I
-Improvement of Ubando Road
-Improvement of Urmaza St. and Aragon St.
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Shed
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building Phase III (Women's Center for Skills Training
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments (Meat Processing)
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments (Dressmaking)
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation (Pieza, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation (Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation (Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Flood Control Project (CHB Lined Canal Box Culvert - Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Flood Control Project Gabion Revetment with Mattress - Bintawan Sur & Bintawan Norte, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Invitation to Bid - Supply, Delivery and Palnting of Forest and Fruit Bearing Tree Sedddling (Sawmill and Cabuluan)
-Supply and Delivery of One (1) unit Brand New Passenger Van
-Supply and Delivery of Materials for the Construction or Improvement of Potable Water System of Various Elementary Schools
-Supply and Delivery of Eight (8) units Camera Phone and Three (3) units Laptop for Municipal Agriculture Office
-Improvement of Abalus St. and Morales St.
-Improvement of Rojo St., Salinas St., and Vergara St.
-Installation of Street Lights
-Improvement of Villaverde Public Market
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building at Poblacion Municipal Cemetery
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Drying Pavement (MPDP)-Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Supply and Delivery of one (1) unit Brand New Passenger Van (2)
-Supply and Delivery of Information Technology Equipment for Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
-Supply and Delivery of one (1) SA-20 Semi-automatic biochemstry analyzer
Notice of Award
-Extension of Multi-Purpose Gymnasium-April 21, 2014
-Improvement of Drainage System-April 21, 2014
-Costruction of Children's Play Shed-August 2014
-Improvement of Villaverde Public MArket-October 23, 2014
-Construction or Expansion of Barangay Health Station Phase II- November, 2014
-Construction or Expansion ofMunicipal Health Station (RHU)- November, 2014
-Rehabilitation of Umoc Swip
-Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 23, 2015
-Construction of Composting Facility - April 23, 2015
-Construction of Multi-purpose Building-July 2015
-Construction of Casa de Villaverde
-Improvement of Ubando Road
-Improvement of Urmaza and Aragon St.
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments for the Priority Poverty Reduction Project (Dressmaking)
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments for the Priority Poverty Reduction Project (Meat Processing)
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building Phase III (Women's Center for Skills Training)
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Shed
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation at Bintawan Sur
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation at Ibung
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation at Pieza
-Flood Control Project (CHB Lined Canal Box Culvert) at Ibung
-Flood Control Project (Gabion Revetment with Mattress)
-Supply, Delivery & Planting of Forest Fruit Bearing tree seedlings at Brgys Sawmill & Cabuluan, Villaverde, NViz.
-Supply and Delivery of Eight (8) units Camera Phone and Three (3) units laptop for Municipal Agriculture Office
-Improvement of Rojo St., Salinas St. and Vergara St.
-Improvement of Abalus St. and Morales St.
e-Bulletin Board [Bidding Result – Abstract]
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 8, 2013
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 28, 2013)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 28, 2013)
Bidding Result - December 2013
Abstract of bids as Calculated - December 2013
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Extension of Multi-purpose Gymnasium)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Bidding Result - Construction of Children`s Play Shed (July 2014)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (Construction of Children's Play Shed-July 2014)
Bidding Result-Improvement of Villaverde Public Market (October 20, 2014)
Bidding Result-Improvement or Expansion of Municipal Health Station or RHU
Bidding Result-Construction or Expansion of Barangay Health Station Phase II
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and REad-January 9, 2015
Bidding Result (Rehabilitation of Umoc Swip)
Bidding Result (Improvement of Drainage system Phase II) - April 17, 2015)
Bidding Result (construction of Composting Facility) - April 17, 2015)
Bidding Result (construction of Composting Facility) - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Construction of Composting Facility - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (Construction of Trading Post)
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building Phase III (Women's Center for skills Training
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Shed
-Supply and Delivery of Eight (8) units Camera Phone and Three (3) units Laptop for Municipal Agriculture Office
-Supply and Delivery of Materials for the Construction or Improvement of Potable Water system of Various Elementary Schools
Comparative Statement of Collection
REAL PROPERTY TAX
2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 38,141.87 543,468.10 789,007.46
FEBRUARY 38,752.86 482,039.94 371,564.58
MARCH 46,480.18 930,232.82 494,445.54
APRIL 103,056.00 93,607.16 420,995.01
MAY 47,637.54 214,667.06 151,655.28
JUNE 181,926.30 62,012.52 53,900.38
JULY 32,028.82 71,769.82 66,319.76
AUGUST 88,250.76 43,017.65 89,494.90
SEPTEMBER 102,698.78 67,681.44 88,112.40
OCTOBER 704,687.60 44,532.26 60,190.86
NOVEMBER 322,369.56 83,766.58 6,103.46
DECEMBER 556,225.56 20,461.52 144,078.10
TOTAL 2,287,409.00 2,657,256.87 2,735,867.73
 

BUSINESS TAX

2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 61,570.18 444,835.12 517,036.47
FEBRUARY 9,643.30 80,023.70 92,416.22
MARCH 32,101.54 70,664.13 56,734.42
APRIL 28,335.14 71,155.41 39,766.91
MAY 32,017.59 33,822.02 45,169.55
JUNE 71,535.15 43,516.88 29,627.47
JULY 22,354.60 18,104.60 82,193.86
AUGUST 67,708.44 41,754.64 34,690.50
SEPTEMBER 31,725.43 31,160.30 22,957.02
OCTOBER 31,743.25 26,161.75 8,154.10
NOVEMBER 68,586.35 23,063.88 16,247.50
DECEMBER 348,032.69 15,254.66 19,212.64
TOTAL 805,353.70 899,517.09 964.206.66
 

FEES & CHARGES

  2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 37,327.00 455,065.30 717,756.97
FEBRUARY 46,348.02 102,562.40 161,583.17
MARCH 63,704.00 88,318.70 107,038.30
APRIL 38,646.64 53,016.10 93,911.67
MAY 43,053.20 83,682.10 159,330.54
JUNE 149,850.20 89,272.70 131,340.92
JULY 73,992.60 62,670.80 107,604.67
AUGUST 107,698.91 59,752.45 129,064.47
SEPTEMBER 132,532.32 48,730.00 108,355.80
OCTOBER 125,950.00 24,000.00 100,771.09
NOVEMBER 119,250.00 68,386.70 95,138.62
DECEMBER 243,730.00 19,300.00 64,932.00
TOTAL 1,182,083.00 1,154,757.25 1,976,828.22
 

ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

  2013 2014 2015
JANUARY 44,814.23 17,281.50 77,348.25
FEBRUARY 28,441.73 32,385.80 79,188.94
MARCH 30,499.73 74,182.25 58,067.97
APRIL 26,896.23 39,873.90 12,362.50
MAY 21,307.79 39,140.90 43,351.44
JUNE 15,646.79 150,955.48 37,941.47
JULY 14,722.50 56,222.90 44,371.47
AUGUST 4,150.00 53,160.90 29,225.00
SEPTEMBER 16,590.40 33,289.55 94,078.03
OCTOBER 24,571.40 26,978.50 45,726.94
NOVEMBER 33,852.90 47,235.90 60,494.47
DECEMBER 29,619.90 62,520.65 33,611.47
TOTAL 291,113.50 633,228.20 615,767.95
 

GRAND TOTAL

  2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 154,320.60 1,520,716.77 2,023,800.90
FEBRUARY 127,129.98 743,814.98 625,563.91
MARCH 216,467.97 1,147,283.62 658,218.26
APRIL 107,886.24 230,141.17 554,673.59
MAY 161,849.23 375,522.62 356,155.37
JUNE 554,267.13 232,743.57 214,898.77
JULY 184,598.92 322,063.56 256,118.29
AUGUST 316,819.01 173,749.74 253,249.87
SEPTEMBER 300,246.08 241,649.77 219,425.22
OCTOBER 889,359.35 140,420.95 169,116.05
NOVEMBER 582,595.43 235,711.63 117,489.58
DECEMBER 1,210,508.90 88,627.65 228,222.74
TOTAL 4,806,048.79 5,452,446.03 5,676,902.61
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Municipal Treasury

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

ATTY. RONELIE U. VALTORIBIO
Municipal Mayor

Mr. CRISANTO B. VAQUILAR
Municipal Treasurer

Mrs. RAQUEL M. ESQUIVEL
Acting Disbursement Officer/Revenue Collection Clerk I

Mr. ARNOLD A. PINDOG
Revenue Collection Clerk I

max

Mr. MAXWEL C. ESTEVES
Administrative Aide IV

Ms. RHEA MARIZ B. DELA CRUZ
Administrative Aide I

jun

Mr. BERNARDO G. BANIAGO, JR.
Office Aide

 

DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS

  1. The Provincial City and municipal treasurers shall be appointed by the Secretary of Finance from a list of at least (3) three ranking eligible recommendees of the governor or mayor, as the case may be subject to civil service law, rules and regulations;
  2. No person shall be appointed treasurer unless he/she is a citizen of the Philippines, a resident of LGU concerned, of good moral character, a holder of a college degree, preferably in commerce, public administration or law from a recognized college or university, and a holder of a first grade civil service eligibility or its equivalent. He/she must have acquired experience in treasury and accounting service for at least five (5) years in the case  of the municipal treasurer;
  3. The treasurer shall be under the administrative supervision of the governor or mayor, as the case may be, to whom he/she shall report regularly on the tax collection efforts in the LGU;
  4. The treasurer shall take charge on the treasury office, perform the duties provided under Book II of the code, and shall:
    • Advice the governor or mayor, as the case may be, the sanggunian, and other local and national government officials concerned regarding disposition of local government funds, and on such other matters relative to public finance;
    • Take custody of, and exercise proper management of the funds of the LGU concerned
    • Take charge of the disbursement of all and such other funds the custody of which may be entrusted to him/her by law or other competent authority;
    • Inspect private commercial and industrial establishments within the jurisdiction of the LGU concerned in relation to the implementation of tax ordinance, pursuant to the provisions under Book II of the Code;
    • Maintain and update the tax information system of the LGU;
    • In the case of the Provincial Treasurer, exercise technical supervision over all treasury offices of competent cities and municipalities; and
    • Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by the law of ordinance;
    • In the case of the barangay treasurer, he/she shall keep custody of barangay funds and properties; collect and issue official receipt for taxes, fees, contributions, monies, materials and other resources accruing to the barangay treasury and deposit the same in the account of the barangay as provided under the Title Five, Book II of the code; disburse funds in accordance with the financial procedures provided in the code; submit to the punong barangay a statement covering the actual estimates of income and expenditures for the preceding, and ensuing calendar years, respectively, subject to the provision of Title Five Book II of the code; render a written accounting report of all barangay funds and property under his/her custody at the end of each calendar year, and ensure that such report shall be made available to the members of the barangay assembly and other government agencies concerned; certify as the availability of funds whenever necessary; plan and attend to the rural postal circuit within his/her jurisdiction; and exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.
  5. An assistant treasurer may be appointed by the Secretary of Finance from a list of at least three (3) ranking eligible recommendes or the governor or the mayor as the case may be, subject to the civil service law, rules and regulations.No person shall be appointed assistant treasurer unless he/she is a citizen of the Philippines, a resident of LGU concerned, of good moral character, a holder of a college degree, preferably in commerce, public administration or law from a recognized college or university. He/she must have acquired at least five (5) years in the treasury or accounting service in the case of the provincial or city assistant treasurer, and three (3) years in the case of the municipal treasurer.The assistant treasurer shall assist the treasurer and perform such duties as the latter may assign to hi/her. He/she shall have authority to administer oaths concerning notices and notifications to those delinquents in the payment of real property tax concerning official matters relating to the accounts of the treasurer or otherwise arising in the office of the treasurer and assessor.The position of assistant treasurer, while considered optional under the code, shall be maintained by the LGU concerned if occupied by a person holding a permanent appointment.

MISSION

 To maintain an effective Revenue Generation Program, take custody and exercise proper management of Local government Funds, to ensure an effective and efficient disposition of government monies and to deliver quality treasury service.

 VISION

As the Finance Machinery of the Local Government, we envision to be responsive to the financial requirements of various LGU programs / projects, taxes equitably collect and properly channeled to sustain an economically progressive Villaverde.

 OFFICE DESCRIPTION

The office has seven personnel manning the whole clientele. Four are holding permanent positions and two casual employees. The office managed to operate smoothly and normally its functions with Mr. Crisanto B. Vaquilar, Local Treasury Operations Officer II & OIC Municipal Treasurer as immediate supervisor, Mrs. Raquel M. Esquivel, Revenue Collection Clerk I, designated as Disbursing Officer, Mr. Arnold A. Pindog, Revenue Collection Clerk I, Maxwell C. Esteves, Administrative Aide IV, Rhea Mariz D. Ramos and Bernardo G. Baniago Jr., Office Aide.

 

ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
CY 2012

 The following are the highlights of the work done by the Municipal Treasurer’s Office based on the functional statement.

 REVENUE GENERATION PROGRAM

 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT

LOCAL SOURCES

ESTIMATE

ACTUAL

INCREASE/

(DECREASE)

1. Tax Revenue
        a. RPT

340,000.00

492,998.40

        b. SEF
        c. Other Taxes

350,000.00

670,370.60

             1. Business Taxes
                     Wholesalers, Distributors, Etc.

168,105.75

                     Retailers

175,582.00

                     Contractors & Other
                     Independent Cont.

56,100.00

                     Banks & Other FinancialInstitutions

16,181.59

                     Peddlers

150.00

             2. Community Tax
                     Corporation
                     Individual

254,251.26

Total Tax Revenue

690,000.00

1,163,369.00

473,369.00

2.  Non Tax Revenue
        a. Regulatory Fees
             1. License Fees

1,000.00

                     Fees on Weights & Measure

10,935.00

            2. Permit Fees

242.000.00

                  a. Permit Fees
                          Building Permit

34,937.89

                          Zonal/Location

9,593.11

                          MTOP

148,190.00

                   b. Registration Fees
                          Cattle/Animal

3,450.00

                          Reg. of  Birth

36,550.00

                          Reg. of  Marriage

17,485.00

                          Correction /
                          Change of Name

24,000.00

                   c. Other Fees

114,000.00

                          Burial Permit

1,560.00

                          Mayor’s Permit

202,431.20

                          MTOP Penalties

5,433.00

       b. Business & Service Income

543,400.00

            1. Service Income
                  Clearance & Cert. Fees

289,963.80

                  Other Fees (Misc.)

30,031.00

            2. Business Income
                  Cemetery Operations

118,711.25

                  Market

67,200.00

                  Transportation System

3,000.00

                  Rent

133,063.96

            3. Other Income

40,600.00

Total  Non-Tax Revenue

941,000.00

1,136,535.21

195,535.21

Grand Total

1,631,000.00

2,299,904.21

668,904.21

The Office of the Municipal Treasury was able to collect taxes, fees and charges more
than the local budget for 2012 by an increase of P668,904.21

 

REVENUE ACTION PLAN WITH THE MUNICIPAL ASSESSOR ON REVENUE GENERATION

 INTENSIFIED TAX INFORMATION & EDUCATION CAMPAIGN

tax1
Real Property Tax Order of Payment to be distributed to taxpayers.

  tax2
Tarpaulins/streamers are posted to strategic places to the different Barangays of Villaverde
as reminder on the payment of taxes.

cris1 cris2
Announcement to different barangays informing their due date of payment
of Real Property Tax, Business Taxes, MTOPs, CTCs etc.

 

CONDUCTED TAX INFORMATION CAMPAIGN TO DIFFERENT BARANGAYS IN COORDINATION WITH THE PROVINCIAL TREASURY OFFICE AND MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS.

payer1
The staff of the Provincial & Municipal Treasury during the institution of Compromise Agreement
at Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

payer2
During the signing of Compromise Agreement on the real property taxes at
Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya

POB1 POB2 POB3
The staff of the Provincial & Municipal Treasury
during the institution of Compromise Agreement at Poblacion, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

PIEZA1 PIEZA2 PIEZA3
Compromise agreement at Pieza, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

STATUS OF RPT COMPROMISE AGREEMENT

NAME

TD NO./

TAX DUE

AMT. PAID

BALANCE

FARRALES, FRANCISCO

2010-150001-

1596

24,020.00

6,020.00

18,000.00

TAN, ORLANDOBY FREDERICK TOLEDO

2010-150002-

0673

21,968.68

21,968.68

0.00

TAN, ORLANDOBY FREDERICK TOLEDO

2010-150002-

0672

135,010.51

135,010.51

0.00

TUGUINAY, LAGBUNABY ISABEL BANGLIG

2010-150004-

0035

9,592.90

9,592.90

0.00

AMLAG, SIXTOBY MARY JANE CHUNG-AO

2010-150004-

0059

10,728.26

10,728.26

0.00

LAGBUNA, BENITOBY LIZA MUNJOB

2010-150004-

0264

4,751.52

2,625.76

2,125.76

DINAMTAN, LUCCABY MAILYN SUMAWANG

2010-150004-

0203

6,327.46

1,581.86

2,125.76

DULYOK, DONATO

2010-150004-

0038

3,954.66

1,581.86

2,372.80

PAD-AY, GAWAONBY LUCCA DINAMTAN

2010-150004-

0102

4,049.39

1,771.61

2,277.78

IMMAYA, GUMITBY LORNA GABIOLA

2010-150004-

0069

1,891.68

827.61

1,064.07

LAMMAG, PALATICBY LORENZO LAMMAG

2010-150004-

0055

3,692.92

3,692.92

0.00

COREA, ROGELIO

2010-150004-

0291

1,399.44

349.86

1,049.58

PALIT-ANG, MILISBY MANUEL BALOC

2010-150004-

0008

2,943.83

1,287.92

1,655.91

TIMMUAL, BENBY RITA BUYUCCAN

2010-150004-

0317

6,308.86

1,577.22

4,731.64

LAPDUCON, BENBY MARITES DUNG-AO

2010-150004-

0182

5,066.65

5,066.65

0.00

VILLANUEVA, PAULINO

2010-150004-

0274

3,372.48

843.12

2,529.36

DINAMTAN, LUCCA

2010-150004-

0112

434.88

434.88

0.00

IMMAYA, GUMITBY LORNA GABIOLA

2010-150004-

0069

1,891.68

827.61

1,064.07

UTANA, JUANITO

2010-150004-

0157

3,738.88

934.72

2,804.16

LAGBUNA, BENITO &LAGBUNA, DONATO

2010-150004-

0039

9,637.96

6,023.72

3,614.24

DUNG-AO, LOURDESBY BENNY DUNG-AO

2010-150004-

0312

3,164.34

1,000.00

2,164.34

HUMAG, MARINABY OFELIA KIWAON

2010-150004-

0236

1,395.18

697.58

697.60

OLLAY, MARCOSBY LOLITA OLLAY

2010-150004-

0134

3,200.24

1,800.00

1,400.24

BULAHAW, PASCUALBY CELIA BULAHAW

2010-150004-

0108

3,366.40

3,366.40

2,524.80

AGWIT, PEPEBY JOHNNY TUGUINAY

2010-150004-

0235

8,570.18

8,570.18

0.00

AGWIT, PEPEBY JOHNNY TUGUINAY

2010-150004-

0239

3,108.76

3,108.76

0.00

AGWIT, PEPEBY JOHNNY TUGUINAY

2010-150004-

0220

2,557.84

2,557.84

0.00

NICOLAS, ANDRESBY MARISA CALIMAG

2010-150003-

0959

22,070.45

16,977.27

5,093.18

COLOMA, GILBERTBY MERCEDITA COLOMA

2010-150003-

1286

3,394.90

3,394.90

0.00

CORPUZ, FELIZBY AIDA BORJA

2010-150003-

1534

9,135.48

3,996.78

5,138.70

CARBONEL, JUANITABY JALAL CARBONEL

2010-150002-

0474

15,849.94

3,962.66

11,887.28

PAR, BENIGNO

2010-150001-

1343

7,969.92

7,969.92

0.00

VICTORIA, JORDANBY HELEN ORTIZ

2010-150003-

0385

13,919.46

11,620.00

2,299.46

LACAMENTO, MAXIMABY REMELITA NERI

2010-150008-

0044

8,503.00

4,501.50

4,001.50

LUBONG, BONIFACIOBY MELITON EVANGELISTA

2010-150002-

0056

16,002.26

4,000.58

12,001.68

DELA CRUZ, MICHAELBY LEILA DELA CRUZ

2010-150003-

1464

5,790.88

2,533.52

3,257.36

NICOLAS, ADELAIDA

2010-150003-

0446

3,308.99

827.25

2,481.74

NATIVIDAD, ANASTACIO

2010-150003-

0322

2,256.61

2,256.61

0.00

SACLAYAN, JAMES

2010-150003-

0906

3,778.60

3,778.60

0.00

NATIVIDAD, TIMOTEO

2010-150001-

0731

3,301.78

825.44

2,476.34

 

NATIVIDAD, TIMOTEO

2010-150003-0738/0740/

0739

8,721.40

2,180.36

6,541.04

DONATO, MILDRED

2010-150003-

0366

3,772.13

943.03

2,829.10

GUILLERMO, JULIAN

2010-150003-0180/0178

5,758.27

1,000.00

4,758.27

DUCLAYAN, DOMINGO

BY ORLIE DUCLAYAN

2010-150003-0069/0068

2,124.30

531.08

1,593.22

VIERNES, LEONCIO

BY ANALIZA VIERNES

2010-150003-

0644

7,313.46

1,828.46

5,485.32

VIERNES, LYDIA

BY ANALIZA VIERNES

2010-150003-

0643

4,606.96

1,151.74

3,455.22

NICOLAS, ISABEL

2010-150003-

0441

3,681.04

2,300.65

1,380.39

NICOLAS, REMIGIO

BY MARITES NICOLAS

2010-150003-

0447

4,827.20

3,017.00

1,810.20

JOSE, ARCELI

BY WESLEY FERNANDEZ

2010-150003-

1501

2,093.22

1,308.26

784.96

SALUDARES, LEONARDO

2010-150003-

0968

8,438.35

2,109.59

6,328.76

LUBONG, BONIFACIO

BY MELITON EVANGELISTA

2010-150002-

0056

16,002.26

4,000.58

12,001.68

QUINES, QUINTINO

BY VIRGINIA QUINES

2010-150003-0358/0360

6,502.13

4,063.83

2,438.30

RICO, IGNACIO JR.

2010-150003-

1351

3,800.80

950.20

2,850.60

VIDAD, JUANORIO

2010-150003-

0438

7,148.36

1,787.10

5,361.26

VIDAD, CRISTINA

2010-150003-

0947

9,162.02

2,290.50

6,871.52

BAJO, CARLITO

2010-150001-1249/1250

11,482.80

11,482.80

0.00

CABANIT, AGUSTIN

BY NELLIE CABANIT

2010-150009-

0186

12,121.92

3,030.48

9,091.44

PANIS, CRESENCIO

BY MARCELO  PANIS

2010-150006-

0588

4,572.90

1,143.22

3,429.68

FERNANDEZ, JOJO

2010-150001-

0443

5,724.08

1,471.52

4,252.56

PERALTA, CIRIACO

BY EDELYN SERQUIÑA

2010-150001-

0714

4,649.92

1,162.48

3,487.44

 

TOBIAS, MILAGROS

2010-150001-

0446

11,790.30

2,947.58

8,842.72

FARIÑAS, VALERIANO

BY BERNARDO FARIÑAS

2010-150001-

0560

5,012.46

1,253.10

3,759.36

PONTINO, RODRIGO

2010-150008-0086/0501

10,021.44

2,505.44

7,516.00

PERALTA, JOSE

BY EDELYN SERQUIÑA

2010-150001-

0541

7,446.92

1,861.72

5,585.20

FARIÑAS, REYMUNDO

BY EDELYN SERQUIÑA

2010-150001-

0545

6,345.12

1,952.34

4,392.78

LUBONG, CONSOLACION

BY CHARIBEL TOLENTINO

2010-150001-

0816

10,860.16

2,715.04

8,145.12

ADRIANO, MANUEL

ROSALINDA ADRIANO

2010-150003-

0816

2,169.60

542.4

1,627.20

GAGATE, JOSE

BY FREDDIE GALIMA

2010-150003-

0436

5,392.00

1,348.00

4,044.00

RODRIGO, CRISANTO

BY RODRIGO PONTINO

2010-150008-0164/0503

15,579.84

3,895.04

11,684.80

FARIÑAS, VALERIANO

BY BERNARDO FARIÑAS

2010-150001-

0560

5,012.46

1,253.10

3,759.36

SOLIVEN, RICARDO

BY VERONICA SOLIVEN

2010-150003-

0814

2,099.20

524.80

1,574.40

PASCUA, HIROHITO

BY TERESITA ARAOS

2010-150003-1518/1521/1241

6,010.78

1,502.70

4,508.08

GREEN VALLEY

BY NESTOR TIONGSON

2010-150001-

0781

296,632.32

74,158.08

222,474.24

 

JIT1     JIT2

Assessment of business taxes to the different establishments
by the Business Permit & Licensing Officer and Treasury Office staff.

   ARNOLD
Distribution of Mayor’s Permit to business owners.

 

TIMBANG

THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT HEADED BY THE MUNICIPAL TREASURER
MONITORS BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS WITHIN THE LOCALITY IN PARTNERSHIP
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE & INDUSTRY, NATIONAL FOOD AUTHORITY
AND PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE

TIMBANG1     TIMBANG2
WEIGHING SCALE IS INSPECTED FOR ACCURACY AND VERACITY

 

MITING     MITING2
Regular meeting with the barangay Treasurers regarding collections
and other financial matters led by the Municipal Treasurer.

MTO2    MTO1
The Provincial Treasury Office staff during the 1ST Revenue Audit to verify
the Municipal Treasury Office complied with the standards imposed on revenue collection.

PTO1     PTO2
Second Revenue Audit with the BLGF Regional Director
and Provincial Treasurer of Nueva Vizcaya and staff.

MAYOR
Snapshot during the revenue audit with the Municipal Mayor Atty. Ronelie U. Valtoribio,
Provincial Treasurer Rhoda S. Moreno & BLGF Regional Director  Tessie M. Mangaccat
.

JITMIT    JITMIT2
Year-end meeting with the Municipal Treasurer’s staff including the Business Permit & Licensing Officer,
DA & DOH representatives to tackle next year’s plan and assessment of the present year’s status
regarding the revenue generation program
.

LGU Capability Building

                                                       – Participated in skills training    development training of Local Treasury Personnel.
– Participated in related training conducted by COA, CSC & other agencies.

GUEST
A training attended by the Municipal Treasury and Accounting Office staff
on the Reconciliation of “Statement of Receipts & Expenditures “(SRE)
with the National Government Accounting System.

 GUEST1     GUEST2
The Office of the Municipal Treasurer assists in the enforcement of civil remedies
(Auction Sale of Real Properties)

  •       attended meeting for the preparation of public auctioning of property with the Provincial Auction Committee Board.
  •        prepared and served Notice of Delinquency, Warrant of Levy to most delinquent taxpayers.

National/Local Government Partnership 

  •   Monthly submission of Report (Statement of Revenue Collection to Provincial, BLGF Regional and National Office) Form 60 regarding the shares of collections to Barangays and Province.
  •   Preparation of Quarterly Statement of Receipt and Expenditures (SRE) for the Provincial, BLGF Regional & National Office.

 Fiscal Accountability and Discipline

  •   Reduction of accounts payable to the Provincial Government (Form 60).

       BASIC

SEF
Accounts Payable

P 303,529.54

P 974,592.34

Payments

   188,897.67

Balance

303,529.54

785,694.67

  •    Remittance of GSIS, PAG-IBIG & PHILHEALTH Premiums and other statutory obligations – (all remittances were submitted promptly).
  •     Monitored the liquidation of Cash Advances/Cash Items.

            2012

           2011 & 2010

            Collection

            Collection

Balance

Cash Item –

3,622,336.82

191,349.69

591,134.22

2,839,852.91

Cash Advance –

6,090,864.91

107,506.43

191,417.81

5,791,940.67

9,713,201.73

298,856.12

782,552.03

8,631,793.58

  •     Report of Collection and Deposit – all collections were properly accounted and deposited to the LGU Depository Bank.

Internal Administration

1. Timely submission of reports.

2. Reviewed Progress Treasury Operations.

3. Conducted regular staff meeting.

4. Conducted quarterly meeting with barangay treasurers.

5. Discussed performance target with municipal treasury staff.

6. Evaluated Revenue Action Plan of Revenue Collection.

 

 

ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
CY 2011

The following are the highlights of the work done by the Municipal Treasurer’s Office based on the functional statement, to wit;

A. REVENUE GENERATION PROGRAM

1. SET COLLECTION TARGETS FOR 2011 

 REPORT OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2011

 A.        LOCAL SOURCES

1. TAX REVENUE ESTIMATE ACTUAL INCREASE
    a. Real Property Tax
        1. RPT

292,000.00

656,841.91

364,841.91

            BASIC                                      433,783.56

433,783.56

            NUVELCO                                79,175.20

  79,175.20

            GLOBE                                   143,883.15

143,883.15

        2. Fines and Penalties
    b. Special Education Tax
    c. Other Taxes

316,500.00

  595,789.23

279,289.23

        1. Business Taxes

  297,211.32

            Wholesalers, Distributors, Etc.

 100,000.00

  135,372.00

            Retailers

   75,000.00

  124,589.00

            Contractors & Other Independent            Contractors
            Banks & Other Financial Institutions

15,000.00

17,125.32

            Peddlers

      500.00

      150.00

        2. Community Tax
            Corporation
            Individual

TOTAL TAX REVENUE

  608,500.00

1,252,631.14

644,131.14

2. NON-TAX REVENUE

 

 

 

    a. Regulatory Fees

356,000.00

434,336.83

78,336.83

        1. License Fees

1,000.00

            Fees on Weights & Measure

585.00

        2. Permit Fees
            a. Permit Fees

355,000.00

201,324.50

                    Building Permit

25,000.00

21,795.50

                    Zonal/Location Permit

 5,000.00

5,502.00

                    Tricycle Operations Permit (MTOP)

 127,000.00

174,027.00

            b. Registration Fees

          Cattle/Animal Registration Fees

 49,000.00

 10,122.00

                    Registration of Birth

 20,000.00

 45,300.00

                    Registration of Marriage

 10,000.00

 13,118.00

                    Change/Correction of Name

 5,000.00

 25,000.00

            c. Other Fees/Permits

      5,000.00

 5,289.00

                    Burial Permit

 1,000.00

 1,010.00

                    Mayor’s Permit

 100,000.00

 122,388.33

                        Marriage Fee

 10,000.00

 6,800.00

                        MTOP Penalties

 3,000.00

 3,400.00

    b. Business and Service Income

539,000.00

445,483.06

(93,516.94)

        1. Service Income

  201,565.50

            Clearance and Certification Fees

215,600.00

194,024.50

            Other Fees (Miscellaneous)

 8,600.00

 7,541.00

        2. Business Income

243,917.56

Income from Cemetery Operations

50,000.00

64,732.75

Income from Markets

70,000.00

41,671.00

            Income from Transportation System

44,800.00

6,933.00

            Rent Income

150,000.00

130,580.81

    c. Other Income/Receipts

    40,000.00

            Dividend Income
            Interest  Income

TOTAL NON-TAX REVENUE

940,000.00

879,819.89

 60,180.11)

GRAND TOTAL

1,548,500.00

2,132,451.03

 583,951.03

2. PREPARE REVENUE ACTION PLAN WITH THE MUNICIPAL ASSESSOR ON

    REVENUE GENERATION

a.         Intensified Tax Information & Education Campaign

Distributed Real Property Tax Order of Payment (RPTOP) to all taxpayers with the help of the barangay officials.

Posted tarpaulins/streamers to strategic places to the different barangays of Villaverde..

  • Announcement to different barangays informing their due date of payment of RPT tax, business taxes, MTOPS, CTC etc.
  • Sent Notice of Assessment and Tax Bill and Notice of Delinquency to delinquent Taxpayers.
  • Conducted Tax Information Education campaign to different barangays in coordination with the Provincial Treasury Office and Municipal Officials.

Tax Information Campaign at Cabuluan

  
The ICO Provincial Treasurer, RHODA S. MORENO,
discussing the Compromise Agreement

   
The beloved Mayor ATTY. Ronelie U. Valtoribio explains
the significance of payment of taxes

A taxpayer who’s willing to pay in the form of livestock

   
Tax information campaign at Brgy. Ocapon.
The OIC-Municipal Treasurer accommodates the queries of the taxpayers

Established check points with the help of the Villaverde Philippine National Police for MTOP Monitoring

 UPDATING THE LOCAL REVENUE CODE

  
Attended Seminar/Workshop for the Resource Generation
and Updating
of the Local Government Code

THE SPEAKERS OF THE WORKSHOP GUIDE
THE OIC-MUNICIPAL TREASURER WITH THE MUNICIPAL PLANNING
AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER IN DRAFTING THE REVENUE CODE

3.  ASSIST IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF CIVIL REMEDIES (Auction Sale of Real
Properties)

    • Attended meeting for the preparation of public auctioning of property with    the Provincial Auction Committee Board.
    • Prepared and served of Notice of Delinquency and Warrant of Levy to
      most delinquent tax payers.
    • 20 Real Property Unit prepared for auction sale, 18 were responded and
      2 remaining ready for auction sale.
    • Assisted Provincial Treasury Personnel in the preparation of Compromise Agreement.

Cost to Collect Ratio

Budgeted amount for Revenue Generation Program

      • Treasury Office          –           696,268.25
      • Assessor’s Office        –           763,084.76
      • Total                            –     1,459,353.01   

Total Locally Sourced Revenue for 2011     3,874,443.30

      • 1,459,353.01  /  3,874,443.30  =   37.66%

 RPT Collection based on Assessed Collectibles for 2011

 Collectibles / Assessed Collectibles

    • 1,511,773.30   / 3,708,672.00  =   40.76%

40.76% collection based on RPT Assessed Collectibles for 2011

RPT Collection based on 2011 Budget including prior year’s collection and penalties          

    • Collection        –           656,841.91
    • Budget             –           292,000.00
  • 656,841.91  /   292,000.00   =   224.94%

 

LGU CAPABILITY BUILDING

1. Participated in the skills training development training of Local Treasury Personnel.  

2. Participated in related training conducted by COA, CSC, & other agencies.

   
LRED PARTICIPANTS AFTER THE AWARDING OF CERTIFICATES

NATIONAL/LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIP

 

1. Monthly submission of Report (Statement of Revenue Collection to Provincial, BLGF Regional

and National Office) Form 60 Regarding the shares of collections to Barangays and Province.

2. Electronic Statement of Receipt and Expenditures (Esre) (Internet Based) for the Provincial,

BLGF Regional, National Office.

 

FISCAL FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND DISCIPLINE

1. Conducted Revenue Audit to Barangay Treasurers last August 2011.
2. Attended to complaints against Municipal Treasury staff for appropriate action and
reported a  higher authority.
3. Reduced the Accounts Payable to the Provincial Government (Form 60).
4. Remittance of Barangay Share.
5. Remittance of GSIS, Pag-ibig & Philhealth Premiums.
6. Monitored the liquidation of Cash advance/Cash Items.

Collected

Cash Item                    –               3,622,336.82           P 524,579.75
Cash Advance             –               6,090,864.91              163,599.45
9,713,201.73              688,179.20

7. Report of collection and deposit. –All collections were properly accounted and deposited to the  LGU Depository Bank.

INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION

1. Timely submission of reports.
2. Reviewed progress treasury operations.
3. Conducted regular staff meeting.
4. Conducted quarterly meeting with barangay treasurers.
5. Discussed performance target with municipal treasury staff.
6. Evaluated revenue action plan of Revenue Collection Clerk.

SUPPORTED THE PROGRAMS OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT

      Tree planting along provincial road and Balaquit SWIP

Rescue operations during typhoon PEDRING & QUIEL

     
Clearing of roads affected by typhoon PEDRING & QUIEL

   

 

 

ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT 2010

I. REVENUE GENERATION PROGRAM

A.  Set Collection targets for the ensuing year on the following revenue categories.

a. Real Property Tax TARGET ACTUAL COLLECTION
Current Year P 1,090,000.00 P1,327,098.62
Residential P 600,000.00 P512,779.80
Agricultural 450,000.00 334,300.42
Commercial 40,000.00 105,721.82
Delinquency P310,000.00 P374,296.58
Residential ?150,000.00 200,372.62
Agricultural 150,000.00 165,028.90
Commercial 10,000.00 8,875.06
b. Business Tax 200,000.00 410,935.75
c. Non-Tax Revenue 857,000.00 665,017.40
d. Receipt from Economic
Enterprises 457,000.00 310,948.78
                    1. Prepare a Revenue Action Plan with the Municipal Assessor on Revenue Generation.
                    2. Intensify Tax Information and Education Campaign.
                      1. Attend Barangay Assembly Meeting
                      2. Conduct tax fórum/dialogue (Municipal/Brgy.)
                      3. Tax campaign per barangay.
                    3. Support the 4K’s Program of the Provincial Treasurers Office.
                      1. Prepare a master list of all elective and appointive government officials and employees in the municipality
                      2. Prepare list of delinquent Real Properties owned by government oficial and employees in the municipality.
                      3. Assist Provincial Treasurers Office Collection Tax Enforcers and Barangay Treasurers in the serving of Notice of Delinquency and warrant of Levy.
                      4. Prepare progrescollect report.
                      5. Prepare notice of Delinquency and warrant of Levy to be jointly signed by the Municipal T reasurer and Provincial Treasurer.
                    4. Assist in the enforcement of civil remedies.
                      1. Serving of Notice of Delinquency.
                      2. Serving of Warrant of Levy.
                    5. Assist in the Public Auctioning of Real Property.

II. LGU CAPABILITY BUILDING

                    1. Participate in skills training to update the skills Development Training Skills of the Local Treasury Personnel.
                    2. Participate in related training conducted by COA, CSC and the other Agencies.

III. NATIONAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIP

                      1. Prepare Statement of Revenue Collection BLGF 89-1
                      2. Management Information System.
                        1. Comparative Statement of Collection
                          Current Year
                          Prior Year
                        2. Comparative Statement of Income and Expenditures
                        3. Statement of Revenue Collections.
                      3. Prepare Collection Trends
                        1. Real Property Tax
                        2. Business Tax
                        3. Fees and Charges
                        4. Receipt  from Economic Enterprise

IV. FISCAL FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND DISCIPLINE

                      1. Conduct Revenue Audit to Barangay Treasures.
                      2. Attend to complaints filed against Municipal Treasury Staff for appropriate action and report to highest authority.
                      3. Reduction of accounts payable to province (form 60 A)
                      4. Remittance of GSIS premiums
                      5. Remittance of Home Development Mutual fund
                      6. Remittance to Phil health
                      7. Follow up liquidation of Cash Advance
                      8. Conduct visitation/inspection of Barangay treasurer

V. INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION

                    • Timely submission of reports
                    • Review progress of treasury operations
                    • Conduct staff meeting
                    • Conduct meeting with barangay treasurers
                    • Discuss performance targets of municipal treasurers staff
                    • Evaluate revenue action plan collection clerks
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