was originated from the word "TANGKUB" which is a dialect
name of a rice container contrived from tree barks. The
Castillan Soldiers securing the hinterlands found a dead man whom
the Subanons explained to have been bitten by a snake inside the
"Tangkub" while trying to find out if there are still
rice in the container. Unable to understand the dialect,
the soldiers made a report that there was a man who died in
"tangkub". From that time on, Tangub was adopted
as the original name in the course of time.
Tangub was a barrio of the Municipality of Misamis, now Ozamiz
City. The heavy influx of settlers in the 20's mostly from
Cebu, prompted the leaders among the early pioneers to convert
the thriving community into a township.
new municipality was born when a group called "Aspuracion
Committee" initiated the movement which lead the issuance
of Executive Order No. 81, converting Barrio Tangub into a separate
municipality. On June 17, 1967 Tangub was chartered as a
City under R.A. 5131 and became the 3rd component city of Misamis
Occidental and the 50th City in the Philippines.
Tangub City is ensconced
at the southern curve of the D-shaped Province of Misamis Occidental.
It is basically situated in the Northwestern part of Northern
Minandanao. A 30-minute flight to Cagayan de Oro City from
Davao City and a 3 hours ride by bus from Cagayan de Oro City.
A one hour and 10 minutes flight from Manila to dipolog City and
Manila to Cagayan de Oro City. Only two and a half hours
ride from Dipolog City To Tangub City.
has a total land area of 16,572.6238 hectares. Of the land
area, Barangay San Antonio has the largest area of 1,003.4588
has. or an equivalent of 6.05% while barangay V has the smallest
area of 7.83530 has. or an equivalent of 0.05% to the total.
the approval of the Updated City's Land Use Plan (CLUP), there
were only 19 urban barangays and 36 rural barangays but under
the city's CLUP 2000, there were twenty-two (22) urban barangays
which comprises 16.93% (2,806) of the total land area and thirty-three
(33) rural barangays with a total land area of 13,766.25435 hectares
which is 83.06% to the city's total land area. Of the fifty-five
(55) barangays, 16 are located along the coast whose land area
constitutes 16.38% (2,714.8157) to the City's total land area.
and Land Features
Of the terrain,
approximately 40% of the land is plain along the coast, 60% rolling
and hilly gradually rising to the Mount Malindang National Forest
Preservation in the interior.
Panguil Bay which borders on its eastern fringes are rivers of
Malubong and Migcanaway; the creeks of Isidro D. Tan, Labuyo,
Aquino and Panalsalan. Long portion of the two rivers and
all the creeks usually become waterless during dry season.
However, these water of bodies regain their flow on the onset
of the wet season and easily flooded during torrential rains.
water sources with unlimited potentials, suitable for home and
an industrial use is found at low levels along the bay area.
A big source of water at the top of the mountain in Barangay Hoyohoy
with a discharge capacity of 8 liters per second can be
a great component of the various plans/projects of the whole city
if the construction/expansion of its water system be realized.
The untapped sub-terrain reservoir has capabilities of irrigating
wide rain feed rice land besides supplying a viable waterworks
system. Located within the low water belt are the Barangays
Maquilao, Mantic, Garang, and coastal sitios of Lorenzo Tan, Pangabuan,
Balatacan and Sumirap.
climate is enjoyed throughout the year. Southeast monsoon
usually takes place from July to September. Moderate rain starts
in early May, growing heavier from June to December. Most
rainy months are September to October.
Trends and Growth Rate
the National Statistics Office (NSO) registered an annual growth
rate of 2.71%. But in 1990 NSO survey, Tangub City recorded
a total population of 42,926. Its growth rate reduced by
2.1% or an annual growth rate of 0.61% from 1908-1990. The
reduction was attributed by fast out-migration for several reasons
like economics, college education, and others. In the 1995
survey, the city has a total population of 46,004 with an average
annual growth rate recorded at 1.31% from 1990-1995. The
increase in growth continue. The increase during the two
(2) censal years was attributed to the presence of the locally
funded/operated Gov. Alfonso D. Tan Memorial College (GADTMC),
Tangub City National Agro-Industrial School, and in migration.
In year 2000 NSO
survey, Tangub city has a total population of 49,695, which is
an increase by 3,691 (7.42%). survey result showed an average
annual growth rate (AGR) of 1.67% from 1995-2000 censal years
which is slightly higher compared to the 1.4% AGR in 1995.
by Age Group and Sex
city is predominantly composed of a young population (24 years
old and below), comprising 59.27% (29,456) of the 2000 total population
which is 4.26% (1,203) increase compared to 1995.
the age group classification, 14 years old and below constituted
39.27% (19,514) of the total, which is an increase by 3.56% (671)
from 1995. The working age population (15-64 years old)
represented 56.82% (28,239) which is 10.57% (2,700) higher compared
to 1995. For the 65 years old and over, it posted 3.91%
(1,942) which is 18.92% (309) higher compared to 1995.
the working age population, 50.56% (14,279) were males and 49.44%
(13,960) were females. Of the 24,591 total female population,
10,837 or 44.07% belongs to the reproductive age group (15-44
labor force is greatly contributed by the age bracket of 15-44
years old which represents 44.65% of the total population.
female population almost equal to the male. Of the total
population, 49.48% (24,591) are female while 50.52% (25,104) are
male. Sex ratio was computed at 102 females per 100 males.
Population and Average Household Size
The number of households
in Tangub city rose to 9,480 in year 2000, registering an increase
of 8.83% or 837 households over the 1995. Household population
recorded a total of 4,648 that is 7.4% (3,679) higher compared
to 45,969 in 1999. The average household size declined from
5.37 persons per household to 5.24 persons per households over
the five-year period.
year 2000 NSO survey city's population recorded a total of 49,695.
Among the fifty-five (55) barangays of Tangub City, population
is mostly concentrated the barangays of Maquilao, Maloro and Migcanaway
whose population constituted 14.10% (7,009) of the total population
in year 2000. Among others were the coastal barangays og
Pangabuan, Aquino, Garang, Isidro D. Tan, Lorenzo Tan, Mantic,
Silanga, Balatacan, Bocator, Sumirap, and the non-coastal barangays
of Sta. Cruz, Sta. Maria, Caniangan, and Manga. These barangays
constituted a total of 41.15% (20,453) to the total population.
Barangay Owayan has the smallest population with only 205 inhabitants,
which is only 0.41% to the total.
by Urban-Rural Barangays
are sixteen (16) barangays in the City located along the coast
of Panguil Bay with a total population of 24,278 which is 48.86%
to the city's total population. Non-coastal barangays (39)
recorded a total population 25,417, which is 51.15% to the city's
the coastal barangays, Barangay Maquilao ranked to be the thickly
population area with 2,874 inhabitans that is 5.78% to the City's
total population and 11.84% to the total coastal population.
Barangay Panalsalan ranked to be the lowest at 705 which is 2.9%
to the total coastal barangays and 1.4% to the city's total population.
to the non-coastal barangays, Barangay Manga tops at 1,191, which
is 4.68% to the total non-coastal barangay population, and 2.4%
to the city's total population. Barangay Owayan still ranks
to be the lowest in population in the whole city.
density of the city has grown from 278 persons per square kilometer
in 1995 to 299.9 persons per square kilometer in year 2000 (2.99
persons per hectare) or 7.30% change.
survey 1997 registered that majority of the 8,657 household heads
were born in Tangub City while only 2,745 or 31.7% are migrants
from other places. Most of this migrant came from other
provinces of the island of Mindanao. Only one-third of them
came from the other islands of the country and only one came from
outside the Philippines. Three hundred fifty two (352) or
12.74% of this migrant stay in Tangub City for 50 years or more,
most of them (529) though, have stayed in Tangub for 11 to 20
years. There are three leading reasons for in-migration,
namely: economic, family ties and peace and order.
the 8,657 households, only 1,554 or 17.9% have a family member
who has migrated out of the city. Most of those who migrated
did so within the last two years. The predominant destination
is within Mindanao and other provinces of the country. From1997
to 2000, several numbers of Tangubanons went abroad. The
leading reasons for leaving Tangub are exactly the same reasons
of those who came to Tangub, namely: economic, family ties and
peace & order.
Structure, Reproductive Age and Dependency Ratio
the total population in 2000 (49,695), 24,591 or 49.48% are female.
Of the female group, 10,837 or 44.07% belongs to the reproductive
age (15-44 years old). Of the city's total population 21,456
or 43.18% belongs to the dependent group (14 years old and below
and 65 years old and over). Of this age bracket, 19,514
or 90.95% belongs to ages 14 years old and below, and 1,942 or
9.05% belongs to 65 years old and over.
to working age group (15-64 years old), 28,239 or 56.82% belongs
to this bracket. Majority of these were the student population,
out-of-school youths, and fresh graduate, hence, unemployment
could be said to be high in this group. As to dependency
ratio, there are 76 persons dependent age per 125 persons of working
age or economically active age.
year 2000, a total of 374 marriages were recorded with an average
of 31 marriages per month. This is a little higher compared
to the total 340 marriages or 28 marriages per month in 1995.
Tightest total number of marriages was in 1999 at 520, while the
lowest was in 1996 at 316. Most marriages occur in 20-25
age bracket while the lowest in number was in 40-44 age bracket.
is most commonly used in the city. Other dialects like Tagalog,
Ilongo and Ilocano are also used but at lesser extent.
of the 1997 Local Survey showed that more than 90% of the Tangubanons
are coming from the Province of Cebu, followed by those coming
from Bohol, Siquijor, and few from other Visayas, Luzon and Mindanao.
only tribe existing in the city is the Subanon who lived in different
upland barangays. A total of 1,100 Subanons was recorded
Sources of Livelihood
of 1997 actual survey conducted by the City Planning Development
Office in cooperation with the Department of Community Development
of the College of Public affairs, Mindanao State University, Marawi
City, showed that farming is the predominant occupation, followed
by fishing, manual labor, private business, government employment,
teaching, driving, and carpentry. Other major occupations
ranges from professional practice, blue-collar jobs, handicrafts,
and domestic services.
of the 44,015 actual survey on population in 1997, only 25% (11,003)
are earning from both major and sidelines sources.
of the households in Tangub (62.8%) have a monthly income of less
than P 3,000 which is far below the 1997 poverty threshold of
P 10,455/capita annual income for a family of six. The data
show that only 19% of the households have a monthly income of
more than P 9,000 from their main source of income. Considering
the total income of all earning persons from both the main source
and sidelines; the data show an average monthly income of P 4,855
per earning person and an average per capita of only P 871.25.
City government's thrust for agriculture development is manifested
by its programs and projects, designed to increase production
and productivity. In year 2000, the city availed the latest
technology on High Value Commercial Crops Production and established
the Tangub City Techno-Demo and Training Farm at Barangay Mantic.
new project was the Poultry Production on Native (Sasso) Chicken.
These chickens are native from France. There were 1,045
heads and a production of 10,800 eggs. Thirteen (13) barangays
received the initial breeds of Sasso.
project on Multiplier Goat/Sheep Farm was also established in
year 2000 at Barangay Taguite. There were about 37 heads
initially grown in the farm.
City has a total of forestral area of 3,900 has. which is 23.53%
of the city's total land area. Of the total forestral area
87.1% (3,400 has.) is inside the National Park covered with forest
is 3,000 has. and 900 has. for open land. These forest areas
are located in highland barangays of Hoyohoy, Salimpuno, Kimat,
Baluc, San Antonio, Sicot, Paiton, Owayan, and Matugnao.
like other mountain in the country, forest products are abundant
in the area in the past years. Hardwoods like Lawaan, Apitong,
Magcono, Narra, Acasia and others are found in the area.
Bamboos, Rattan, Nito and several medicinal plants are also found
in the area. But during the 80's until at present, population
is fast increasing which implies economic struggle to survive
for a living. Rampant cutting of trees, kaingin system and
cultivating lands within the forest area in the past years caused
the decrease in existence of the species found in the forest.
Tangub City is not a commercial city, its commerce and trade continuously
operates, serving the local populace and other people coming in
per record from the Business and License Division of the City
Treasurer's Office (CTO), in year 2000, a total of 782 business
operators which is 0.76% lower compared to 788 in 1995.
The nearness in distance of Tangub City and Ozamiz City (18 kms.),
which is known as the commercial center of Misamis Occidental,
and the absence of big department stores and wholesalers in the
city, forced the local income earners to spend big percentage
of their money to Ozamiz City.
the total business oeprators,54.34% (425) are sari-sari stores
that is lower by 24.64% (139) compared to 564 in 1995. This
is followed by fish dealers contributing 5.62% (44) to the total
and apartelle/boarding houses at 5.49% (43).
Force and Employment
survey in 1995 accounted 25.539 or 55.51% to be at working age
group or in the labor force group. Of this group, 9,419
or 63.10% are to the employed group.
City has one (1) government hospital under the supervision of
the Province of Misamis Occidental and two (2) private hospitals.
Doņa Maria D. Tan Memorial Hospital (DMDTMH) which is located
in Barangay Mantic, Tangub City, has a total bed capacity and
occupancy of 50.
has eight (8) physicians including its chief of hospital, nine
(9) nurses, seven (7) midwives, ten (10) administrative staff,
one (1) medical records officer, one (1) laboratory technician,
one (1) pharmacist, five (5) dietary personnel three (3) utility
workers, and two (2) laundry workers or a total of 52 personnel.
General Clinic and ST. Vincent Hospital were
privately owned and operated
medical institutions located at Barangay III, Tangub City.
City Health Office (CHO) located in Barangay I is the main health
center of the city. The Lorenzo Tan Rural Health Unit
in Barangay Lorenzo Tan served as a Satellite Health Center.
There are fifty-three (53) Barangay Health Centers all over
the city. A total of 405 Barangay Health Workers (BHWs)
provide assistance/support to the CHO personnel in the delivery
of the government health services to the city populace.
There are 39 total number of CHO personnel: two (2) physicians,
three (3) nurses, seventeen (17) midwives, one (1) dentist,
one (1) medical technologist, three (3) sanitary inspectors,
one (1) laboratory technician, five (5) population program officers,
one (1) nutrition action assistant, four (4) utility workers
and one (1) driver.
is only one private dental clinic operating in the city and
two government run dental clinics under the CHO and DMDTMH.
Red Cross of Tangub City is the only blood bank that the city
City's Program on Nutrition is strongly implemented by the City
Social Welfare and Development (CSWD) in close coordination
with the City Health Office's program on supplemental feeding
for CY 2000 recorded a total of 3,977 beneficiaries provided
with daily ration rich in Vitamin A and protein. Of the
total beneficiaries, 2.5% (100) are elderly persons, 25.14%
(1,000) are pregnant and lactating mothers, and 26.64 (1,977)
are preschools. A CSWD finding on the cause of city's
malnutrition problem to pre-schoolers was due to insufficient
food intake and illness.
(10) Nutritionally Depressed Barangays, CY 2000
of year 2000, total number of births recorded at 1,031 reflecting
a decrease of 212 or 17.1% compared to 1,243 in 1995. Mothers
with age 30 years old and below gave the highest number of birth
while the least was by mothers with age of 30 to 44 years old.
rate is computed at 20.75%, which is lower compared to 27.02
in 1995. The decrease is attributed by the increase
of couples adopting family planning methods.
Causes of Mortality
on the City Civil Registrar's Office (CCRO) records, the crude
death rate in the city showed a decrease from 6.37 in 1995 to
4.75 in year 2000. This is due to poor hygiene, viral
infection, accident, and other degenerative disease. Infant
mortality rate decrease from 0.41 in 1995 to 0.24 in year 2000.
year 2000, the City Health Office recorded a total of 154 deaths
from ten (10) different leading causes of mortality. Of
the causes, Pneumonia ranks to be the number one at 29 or 18.83%
to the total. Bleeding peptic ulcer rank as the lowest
at six (6) or 3.9% to the total.
Causes of Morbidity
the ten (10) leading causes of morbidity, influenza ranks to
be the number one at 1,549 or 32.54% of the total, while sore
eyes is the lowest at 99 or 2.08%.
CHO recorded a total of eight (8) infants that dies in
year 2000 that is 0.75% of the total live birth (1.073).
are only six (6) children reported to have died in year 2000;
four (4) dies from bronchopneumonia, one (1) drowning and one
(1) from malnutrition.
City has established a world class rest area in a 10,000 sq.
m. lot at the junction of Tan Avenue and National Highway of
Barangay Sta. Maria. It has an Information Center with
a floor area of 40 sq. m., restrooms, reservoir and other facilities
with on-going construction like, souvenir shop, canteen &
stalls, and picnic area. This is funded by the Department
of Tourism and the LGU of Tangub .
from the world class rest area, public comfort rooms are strategically
located at the Tangub city Integrated Jeepney Terminal and Dry
Foods Market; Agora; and City Hall Food Court. Public
Toilets of the city's different barangays are located in their
respective barangay hall s where barangay offices, day care
centers and basketball court are also situated.
to city household toilets, of the 9,601 households, 60.95% (5,852)
have sanitary toilets, 14.81% (1.422) have unsanitary toilets,
and 24.24% (2,327) have no toilet.
and Disposal System
the 1997 actual local survey, almost 60% of the city's household
practiced burning as their garbage disposal system. This
is followed by using compost pit with 32% and 16% were collected.
The rest are being thrown to the sea/river & etc.
the fifty-five (55) barangays, the CHO reproted that there were
only eleven (11) baangays whose garbage were collected and hauled
by the garbage truck while forty-four (44) practiced burning
as their system of garbage disposal.
There are 135 educational institutions operating in the city.
Sixty-three (63) are pre-school including two (2) privately-owned
kindergartens; sixty one (61) are elementary; ten (10) are secondary
including one (1) private school ; and one (1) tertiary school.
the 132 government-run schools, there were a total of 146 school
buildings with 400 classrooms and 9 shop buildings, except day
to the number of teachers, there is one teacher in every pre-school,
all female. There were 152 secondary teachers (excluding
one private school & TANAIS) of which 26.31% (40) are males
and 73.69% (112) are females elementary teachers recorded at 338.
were about 20,903 total school children and students all over
the city: 48.67% (10,323) are males and 51.33% (10,887) females.
Of the total school population 9.32% (1,977) are pre-schoolers;
49.91% (10,587) are elementary; 22.65% (4,805) are secondary,
and 18.12% (3,841) are tertiary. Of the preschoolers 48.86%
(958) are males that is 9.28% to total male schooler and 4.51%
to the total school population while 51.54% (1,019) were female
pre-schooler, which is 9.36% to the total female schooler and
4.80% to the total population. There were 4,805 secondary
students of which 46.53% (2,236) are males, 21.07% to the total
male schoolers, and 10.54% to the total school population
while 53.47% (2,569) are female which is 23.60% to the total female
schoolers and 12.11% to the total school population. For
elementary 51.33% (5,434) are males which is 52.64% to the total
male schoolers and 25.62% to the total school population while
48.67% (5,153) are females which is 47.33% to the total female
schoolers and 24.30% to the total school population. As
to tertiary schoolers, 44.52% (1,710) are male which is 17.01%
to the total male schoolers and 8.06% to the total school population.
While 55.48% (2,131) are females which is 19.71% to the total
female schoolers and 10.06% to the total school population.
Indicators, SY 2000-2001
- Student Ratio
- Student Ratio
- Student Ratio
of dwellings are from a combination of either G.I sheets with
wood, concrete or bamboo. Nipa is also commonly used in
combination with bamboo, wood, or concrete. Only a few used
cogon, coconut leaves or other lowly materials.
of the households own their dwellings but not the lot. They
either are renting, amortizing or allowed to stay on the lot for
free. some are either renting or caretakers of both house
BLISS Projects in Barangay Maloro, is the only housing project
that was taken-over by the City from the NHA. It has a total
land area of 3.29 has. with fifty (50) housing units at 250/300
sq.m. per lot.
per updated Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP), the city identifies
areas for housing projects at Barangay Maquilao and Barangay Aquino
with an estimated total land area of 12 hectares and 21 hectares
city apparently peaceful. Its peace-loving inhabitants are
very supportive to the city government's effort in implementing
programs on peace and order. The city's Peace and Order
Council (POC) formulates plants and programs to maintain the peace
and order situation.
Philippine National Police (PNP)
are thirty nine (39) total number of personnel's comprising the
city's PNP. Of the total, 36 are in the operations and 3
are in the administrative.
CY 2000, the cities PNP recorded a total number of 45 crime occurrence
in the city. Of the total, 40% (18) are a homicide case
that belongs to a type of crime against person. This is
followed by crime against moral order the illegal gambling which
is 28.8% (13) and crime against property, robbery and theft, at
11.11% (5) crime incidents for this year is comparatively low
by 46.21% (55) compared to 119 in 1999. The PNP's
significant performance is manifested by the 100% solved crime
fir this year compared to 89.07% (106) last year.
year 2000, there were about 1,040 CVO's trained by the PNP.
Police Information and Education was conducted once a week in
different barangays of the city, 150 drivers license was processed
and 600 police clearance being issued. Mobile and foot patrol
were conducted at 109,500 hours and 54,750 hours respectively.
Civilian Volunteers Organization (CVO)
were about 1,098 members of the CVO all over the city who assist
the thirty six (36) PNP uniformed personnel's in maintain peace
and order situation of the city.
Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)
are nineteen (19) personnel's (18 are males and 1 female) manning
the city's BFP. There are also two (2) serviceable fire
trucks that can be used during emergency fires. The city's
BFP is not only responsible in the Tangub City area but covers
the Municipality of Bonifacio and Don Victoriano.
were 69 members of the Barangay Fire Brigade all over the city
who'll assist regular BFP personnel's in responding fire problems.
year 2000, there were 114 establishments inspected by the department;
500 business permits processed; 30 building plans reviewed; 187
electrical permits processed; 58 establishments corrected; 25
fire safety certificate issued; 12 lectures conducted; 1 fire
drills conducted; 20 volunteer fire brigades trained; and P 88,188.73
fire code fees duly certified by the city accountant.
Bureau of Jail management and Penology (BJMP)
City Reformatory Center of BJMP is composed of fifteen (15) personnel's,
13 males and two females. The city's BJMP does not only
take the responsibility of guarding the inmates in their custody
but also providing livelihood programs that will enable the inmates
acquire knowledge and skill, thereby preparing them for a better
living after their penalty expires. Among the programs are
hog raising, vegetable gardening and poultry raising.
are four (4) local government employees under the City Mayors
Office comprising the City Task Force whose main function is to
coordinate & assist the PNP in implementing city ordinance
on traffic, business and others.
of year 2000 Tangub City has a total road length of 215.3761 kms.,
in which which 41.1381 kms. or 19.10% belongs to the national
road category, 32.608 kms. or 15.10% to the city roads and 141.630
kms. or 65.80% to barangay roads. Of the total road length
only 52.572 kms. or 24.41% are concreted; 14.5861 kms. or 6.77%
are asphalt; 121.885 kms. or 56.6% are graveled; and 26.336
kms. or 12.22% are earth filled/unpaved.
the 32.608 kms. city roads, 25.332 kms or 77.7% are concreted/asphalt;
7.276 kms. or 22.3% unpaved; and for barangay roads, 10.26 kms.
or 7.24% are concreted; 107.180 kms. or 76.67% are granted, and
24.190 kms. or 16.09% are earthfilled/unpaved.
city has a total number of 17 bridges with a total length of 378.90
linear meters. The occurrence of heavy flashflood in September
23, 1996 caused the destruction of the city's three (3) timber
bridges namely: the Malubog Bridge, Deloso Bridge and Fertig Bridge.
Malubog Bridge was concretely constructed and made passable early
in 1999. Of the total, ten (10) belongs to 56.2% to the
total seven (7) bridges with total length of 166 linear meters
belong to the city category.
are two (2) water offices that take charged of the city's water
supply, the Tangub City Water District (TCWD) and the Water Office
in the City Engineers Office (CEO). There are ten (10) water
systems under the Barangay Water Program (BWP) which is operated
and managed by the Barangay Water Association that served the
barangay households. However, some of the BWPs were turned-over
to TCWD because of maintenance problem.
total of 2,129 Household was being served/connected with Level
III water systems covering twenty eight (28) barangays.
Of the total 77.03% (1,640 HH) belong residential classification.
TCWDs total household connections covers 93.35% (1,531) residential,
4.21% (69) government, and 2.44% (40) commercial. As to
volume of consumption, a total of 43,386 cubic meter under TCWD
and 21.03% (9,123 cu.m.) for city water office which is much higher
by 10.14% (925 cu. m.) compared to the office record of 8,198
cu.m. in 1995.
are twenty-one (21) pumping stations that these two (2) water
agencies depends for their supply which releases 43.33 liters
per second. 87.7% (38 liters) belongs to TCWD from its 18
pumping stations, and 5.33 liters to the city water office from
its 3 pumping stations. As to the number of water sources,
there are twenty seven (27) water sources that includes springs
and deep wells, with the capacity to produce 61.53 liters per
second. Of the total production volume, 92.2% (56.7 liters
per second) belongs to TCWD from its 22 sources (18 deep wells
and 4 springs) while 7.8% (4.83 lit./sec.) belongs to the city
water office from its five (5) sources.
Misamis Occidental Electric Cooperative, Inc. II (MOELCI II) provides
power supply to the City of Tangub. Its sub-station is located
at lower Manga (Kabangkalan) with a generating capacity of 10
year 2000, MOELCI II recorded a total of 5,565 connections
that is higher by 20.97% or 1,167 compared to 1995. Of the
total connections, classification under residential tops at 92.45%
(5,145) which is also higher by 21.10% (1,086) compared to 1995.
This followed by public buildings and commercial establishments
at 6.75%; streetlights 0.43% (24); industrial 0.34% (19).
Of the total connection, the corresponding consumption in year
2000 posted a total of 435,695 kwh in which 56.49% (259,291 kwh)
belongs to residential classification, 9.38% (40,887) are industrial,
and 3.54% (5.254) are streetlights.
City has been fastly moving in different field of development
including the adoption of modern communication technology like
the use of telephones, cellular phones, handheld/base radio, cable
station, computers, and others. Local government offices,
national and private institutions are using such communication
technology to cope up the trend of having an updated information
and level off to other fast improving cities.
City's Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2000 - 2010 contains and delineates
some issues relative to compatible land use for any projects in
the city. Zoning Ordinance No. 2000-05-264 of the
city, guide, control and regulate future growth and development.
It also protects the character and stability of residential, commercial,
industrial, institutional, forestral, agricultural, open and other
function areas within the locality and promote orderly & beneficial
development of the same. It also aims to promote & protect
the health, safety, peace, comfort, convenience and general welfare
of the inhabitants of the locality.
City income is derived from three (3) main sources, namely: Principal
Sources, Special Sources, and Miscellaneous Sources. In
year 2000, Tangub City has actual gross revenues of P 157,419,472.80
that is higher by 17.01% (P 26,790,484.01) compared to the P 130,628,988.79
the total income, 90.89% (47,803,142.78) came from special sources
particularly the Bureau of Internal Revenue allotment or IRA,
that has the contribution of 142,292,268.00 that is 90.39% of
the total income. This followed by Principal Sources at
4.50% (7,090,304.46) and Miscellaneous sources at 1.60% (2,526,025.56)
under special sources, tuition fees from Governor Alfonso D. Tan
Memorial College (GADTMC) follow next to IRA at PhP 4,646,935.16
which is 3.14% of the total special source and 2.95% of the total
of December 31, 2000, the City Accounting Office recorded a total
expenditures of PhP 130,586,057.18 and a balance of PhP 26,833,415.62.
Of the total expenditures of 49.06% (PhP 77,230,175.08) goes to
the personal services of local government emplyees. Maintenance
and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) is PhP 27,823,421.28.
For Capital Outlay (CO) a total of PhP 5,840,982.13. For
non-office accounts, it has a total expenditure of PhP 19,691,478.69.