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Bing mulls extension of biz one-stop-shop

first_imgIn 2019, the city’s Permits andLicensing Division recorded a total of 25,627 businesses registered. BACOLOD City – Mayor Evelio Leonardiais pushing for an extension of the city government’s Business One-Stop Shop(BOSS) for the convenient renewal of business permits and registration of newbusinesses for 2020. Leonardia said he will request forBOSS’ extension before the Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP), noting that this hadbeen repeatedly done in the previous years. Mayor Evelio Leonardia of Bacolod City. The city mayor said he had alreadysigned an endorsement letter to the SP in relation to his request for theextension of the BOSS. Once the SP grants his request, BOSSoperations will operate until Feb. 29. According to Memoria, they areexpecting an increase for this year’s business registration./PN For his part, Vice Mayor El CidFamiliaran said the request shall be approved through an ordinance.center_img “Definitely, we are going to approveit,” Familiaran disclosed, saying the move is reasonable as to give applicantsample time to secure the needed requirements in processing of their businesspermits. BOSS is important to the citygovernment’s “ease of doing business” goal or making Bacolod Citybusiness-friendly, stressed Memoria. Business owners who pay their taxes infull within the period of Jan. 2 to 20 can avail of a 10-percent discount, sheadded. Assistant City Treasurer ArleneMemoria said the BOSS is open from Mondays to Fridays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with no noon break. The program provides easier and fasterbusiness permit issuances and real property tax payments. BOSS kicked off on Jan. 2 at the NewGovernment Center here and will run until Jan. 20.last_img read more

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Gilbreath named Pac-12 Defensive player of the Year

first_imgFor the third time in her career, senior guard Briana Gilbreath was named the Pac-12 Co-Defensive Player of the Year, as the leader of USC’s defensive efforts this season.Getting defensive · Senior guard Briana Gilbreath has been the conference defensive player of the year the past three seasons. – Chris Pham | Daily TrojanThe Pac-12 announced the decisions after a panel of Pac-12 women’s basketball media members voted on the honors to recognize individual efforts this season.Gilbreath earned Defensive Player of the Year in 2010, shared the award in 2011, and shares the award this year with senior forward Nnemkadi Ogwumike of Stanford, who was also named the Pac-12 Player of the Year.Gilbreath leads the Women of Troy averaging 1.5 blocks, 1.5 steals and 5.2 defensive rebounds a game, while co-leading the offensive end with an average of 12.1 points per game and 13 double-doubles on the year.By helping USC limit its opponents to 37 percent shooting from the field this season, Gilbreath and the team now stand at third place in the conference with a first round bye in the upcoming Pac-12 tournament.She has also made her name among the USC all-time greats as sixth in steals, fourth in blocks and eighth in rebounds in school history.The conference office also announced Gilbreath’s inclusion in the Pac-12 All-Defensive Team and the All-Pac-12 Team for the third consecutive year.Alongside Gilbreath, fellow senior guard Ashley Corral notched her third straight All-Pac-12 Team award.Corral ranks first in the conference for 3-point field goals made this season and holds the USC record in 3-pointers. She also leads the Women of Troy with 3.3 assists a game and ranks fourth all-time in USC history.last_img read more

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