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BETTER DAYS | Hike in biz renewals noted

THE City Business Bureau reported that the number of businesses that applied for renewal during the first five days went up by 16%.

“In our first five days of operation, nindot kaayo ang resulta. Naka-generate ta og 13,806 applications, compared to last year’s five-day operation with 11,912. That means we have an increase of 1,894,” said Maribel Paguican, Business Bureau head, on Monday.

Of the number, Paguican said only a few have paid their dues even as the city targets to process 50,000 applications. “Sige lang, second week pa man basin duna pa’y improvement this week, hopefully, para malikayan ang influx sa tao sa ulahi nga mga adlaw,” Paguican said, adding that applicants may register or renew their business permits at 

She urged business owners to use the online filing system in renewing their permits as the city government has emphasized the no-contact policy in its system aside from being a safer way as this will prevent fixers from taking advantage of them.

“Para man gud ni malikayan ang pagpangilad sa katawhan. Mao pang nihit ang kwarta, mabiktima pa sa mga fixers,” she added.

To hasten both the registration of new businesses as well as renewal process, the city government has set up satellite sites in the city council building, Almendras Gym for Talomo and Agdao districts, NCCC Buhangin for Buhangin district, Calinan Gym for Calinan district, and Baguio District Treasury Office for Baguio district.

Registration of new businesses as well as renewal of applications can also be had in the Marilog District Treasury Office, Paquibato Treasury Office, Toril District Treasury Office, Tugbok Treasury Office, Bunawan District Treasury Office, and Paquibato District Treasury Office. 



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