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BRIEF PROFILE

LOCATION

Approximately 15 kilometers from the City of Legazpi, the nearest growth center traveling by land, the municipality is 516 kilometers from Metro Manila, the political, economic, social, educational, cultural, and recreational hub of the vast archipelago of 7, 107 islands that is the Philippines

Founded Region Province District Number of Barangays

TOPOGRAPHY

Total Land Area

1569

Bicol Region (Region V) Albay Second Congressional District 7 Urban Barangays, 43 Rural Barangays

13, 088.00 hectares

Land Use (Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Planning Period: 2009-2013)

General Land Use (Proposed):

5, 486.93 hectares or 41.92%

589.80

hectares or

4.50%

Agricultural Lands Forests Lands

540.00

hectares or

4.13%

Built-Up Areas

5.31

hectares or 0.04%

New Tourism Areas

290.00

hectares or

2.22%

Industrial Areas

177.96

hectares or

1.37%

Road Networks

1.50

hectares or

0.01%

Utility (PNR Tracks)

1.50

hectares or

0.01%

Water Bodies

Urban Land Use (Proposed):

19.72

hectares or 13.87%

Agricultural Lands

80.00

hectares or 56.29%

Residential Areas

18.00

hectares or 12.66%

Commercial Areas

4.00

hectares or

2.81%

Institutional Areas

1.65

hectares or

1.16%

Industrial Areas

12.00

hectares or

8.44%

Parks & Recreation Areas

3.76

hectares or

2.65%

Road Network

1.10

hectares or

0.77%

Water Bodies

1.90

hectares or

1.35%

Utility (PNR Tracks)

Boundaries

North

by Mayon Volcano

South

Municipality of Jovellar

West

Municipality of Guinobatan

East

Municipality of Daraga

CLIMATE

almost throughout the year, the temperature and general atmosphere of the municipality is cool and refreshing due to its altitude

two types of climate: Type II and Type IV -in Type II, there is no pronounced dry season but has pronounced maximum rain period from November to January -in Type IV, the areas receive more or less even rainfall distribution throughout the year

mean daily temperature – 25.3 O C – 28.9 O C

average annual temperature – 27.55 O C

range of humidity – 81.0 % - 85.0 %

average major typhoons – 2 typhoons per year

general wind direction – northeast to southeast with 8 knots average velocity

DEMOGRAPHY (2007 NSO Census of Population)

Population Number of Households Growth Rate (1970-2007)

60, 319 12, 766 461 per square kilometer

Distribution of 2007 Population Per Barangay

Name of Barangay

Total

Anoling

2,442

Baligang

2,643

Bantonan

602

Bariw

2,081

Binanderahan

510

Binitayan

531

Bongabong

801

Cabagñan

2,367

Cabraran Pequeño

715

Caguiba

1,659

Calabidongan

664

Comun

1,418

Cotmon

2,498

Del Rosario

796

Gapo

1,532

Gotob

622

Ilawod

2,702

Iluluan

1,233

Libod

3,302

Ligban

721

Mabunga

114

Magogon

631

Manawan

762

Maninila

998

Mina

641

Miti

798

Palanog

2,316

Panoypoy

1,291

Pariaan

873

Quinartilan

913

Quirangay

2,336

Quitinday

245

Salugan

1,583

Solong

440

Sua

1,520

Sumlang

1,775

Tagaytay

2,557

Tagoytoy

702

Taladong

1,290

Taloto

1,006

Taplacon

1,136

Tinago

1,891

Tumpa

1,037

Barangay 1 (Pob.)

979

Barangay 2 (Pob.)

512

Barangay 3 (Pob.)

558

Barangay 4 (Pob.)

423

Barangay 5 (Pob.)

333

Barangay 6 (Pob.)

402

Barangay 7 (Pob.)

418

ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES

Resources

Agricultural Products

palay, coconut, corn, pili, papaya, banana, carabao mango, leafy and fruit vegetables, root crops

Mineral Products

limestone, guano, aggregates

Forest Product

bamboo

Manufactured Products

coconut oil, cement, abaca products, pilinut candies, pinangat, dairy products, coco-coir processing, furniture, garments

Financial Institutions (2008)

Registered Commercial and Industrial Establishments

243

1

5

Rural Bank

Pawnshops

Employment Status

Employed

58.00%

Unemployed

3.48%

Not in the Labor Force

41.99%

Labor (as of August 2011) Agricultural – Php 150-Php200 Non-agricultural (skilled) – Php 250 (common laborer) – Php 220

SOCIAL SERVICES

Education

Number of Schools Elementary

33

Secondary

7

Tech-Vocational

1

Day Care Centers

41

Literacy Rate

95.32%

Teacher-Student Ratio (in all elementary schools)

1:50

1:50

1:59

1:55

Student-Classroom Ratio (in all elementary schools)

Teacher-Student Ratio (in all secondary schools)

Student-Classroom Ratio (in all secondary schools)

Health (2010)

Crude Birth Rate Crude Death Rate Infant Mortality Rate Young Child Mortality Rate Maternal Mortality Rate

24 per 1, 000 population 5 per 1, 000 population 10 per 1, 000 population 1 per 1, 000 population 1 per 1, 000 population

Number of Health Center

1

Number of Barangay Health Stations

30

Number of Private Hospitals/Clinics

4

% Coverage of Target Population in endemic areas with mass treatment For filariasis - 81%

% Coverage of Target Population in endemic areas with mass treatment For Schistosomiasis - 0%

Annual Parasite Incidence for Malaria – 0% TB Case Detection Rate – 35% TB Cure Rate – 100%

% of Fully Immunized Child – 89%

% of newborns initiated breastfeeding within one hour after birth – 82%

% of facility based deliveries - 86%

- RHU and BHS

-

921

- Hospital

-

322

- Home

-

488

Contraceptive Prevalence Rate – 17.06%

% of Households with access to safe water – 70.39%

% of Households with access to sanitary toilet facilities – 69%

% of RHUs Accredited by Philhealth for OPB, MCP and TB-DOTS Packages – 100%

LGU Investment for Health – 12.72% Rural Health Physician to Population Ratio – 1:23358 Rural Health Midwife to Population Ratio – 1:7786

INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITY SERVICES

Road Network

Barangay

-

65.78 kms

Municipal

-

5.439 kms

Provincial

-

46.85 kms

Bridges

Length in linear meters

168.0

Power Supply National Power Corporation thru the Albay Electric Cooperative -Power rate (as of August 2011) - 8.0636 per kwh

Communication Networks Telephone Companies Fax Services Cable Channels Telegraph Station Postal Services

2 (Digitel, Bayantel) 1 (Bayantel) 2 (Manila Cable, Tripinvision) 1 (Bayantel) 1 (Camalig Post Office)

COST OF DOING BUSINESS

Labor (as of March 2009) Agricultural Non-Agricultural Skilled Common Laborer

Price of Land (as of 2002) Industrial Industrial-1 (I-1) Industrial-2 (I-2) Industrial-3 (I-3)

P 150 – 200.00 per day

250.00 per day 220.00 per day

200.00 per square meter 150.00 per square meter 100.00 per square meter

Commercial Commercial-1 (C-1) Commercial-2 (C-2)

Residential Residential-1 (R-1) Residential-2 (R-2) Residential-3 (R-3) Residential-4 (R-4) Residential-5 (R-5)

750.00 per square meter 500.00 per square meter

400.00 per square meter 300.00 per square meter 200.00 per square meter 150.00 per square meter 100.00 per square meter

Agricultural Riceland, Irrigated Riceland, Unirrigated Riceland, Upland Corn Land Coconut Land Abaca Land Sugar Land Nipa Land Coffee Land Caragomoy Land Tambo Land Fishpond – Bangus Tilapia/Carpa/Hito Sugpo Commercial Horticultural Nursery Black Pepper Land Orchard Pasture/Uncultivated Seasonal Crop Land-

158, 180.00 per hectare 63, 250.00 per hectare 42, 590.00 per hectare 40, 220.00 per hectare 18, 520.00 per hectare 15, 340.00 per hectare 28, 670.00 per hectare 11, 200.00 per hectare 12, 970.00 per hectare 12, 960.00 per hectare 22, 000.00 per hectare

61, 560.00 per hectare 56, 250.00 per hectare 80, 000.00 per hectare

350, 000.00 per hectare 40, 650.00 per hectare 13, 900.00 per hectare 8, 100.00 per hectare 23, 800.00 per hectare

watermelon, squash, cabbage, pechay, tomatoes Pili Land

47, 000.00 per hectare

Business Tax

depends on the kind of trade/commercial activities

Franchise Tax

at a rate not exceeding 50% of the 1% of the gross

Power Rate

annual receipts P 5.9326 per kilo-watt hour (as of March 2009

Water Rates (per cubic meter) – as of March 2009

 

Minimum

 

Commodity Charge

 

Charge

11-20

21-30

31-40

41-UP

Domestic/Government

240.00

25.05

26.35

28.15

30.25

Commercial/Industrial

480.00

50.10

52.70

56.30

60.50

Commercial A

420.00

43.80

46.10

49.25

52.90

Commercial B

360.00

37.55

39.50

42.20

45.35

Commercial C

300.00

31.30

32.90

35.20

37.80

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