The Sangguniang Bayan of Angono, Rizal

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Acknowledgmenti
List of Tablesii
List of Figuresiii
List of Intervieweesiv
Executive Summaryv
Chapter 1 - Introduction
1. Foreword4
2. Reasons for Choosing the Topic7
3. Objectives of the MRR9
4. Strategic Benefits and Value of the MRR to Angono9 5. Methodology of Research10
6. Scope and Limitation11
Chapter 2 - Decentralization of Executive Power
1. Local Autonomy under the Local Government Code of 199113 2. Local Government Structure15
3. The Role of the Sangguniang Bayan18
1. Creation and Composition19
2. Legislative Function20
3. Oversight Function: Power of Review21
4. Administrative Function21

Chapter 3 - Angono, Rizal: The Art Capital of the Philippines 1. Brief History 23
2. Location, Area and Topography24
3. Population and Demography25
3.4 Economic and Social Characteristics26
Chapter 4 - The Municipal Government Under Mayor Aurora Villamayor 1. Vision and Mission30
2. Organizational Structure31
3. Fiscal Management32
4. Executive-Legislative Agenda35
Chapter 5 - Sangguniang Bayan Under Vice-Mayor Amado Victor Saguinsin 5.1 The Sangguniang Bayan from 2007-201038

5.2 Standing Committees42
5.3 Budget of the Sangguniang Bayan (2007-2010)44 5.4 Cost Per Ordinance46
5. Strengths and Weaknesses of the Sangguniang Bayan 52 Chapter 6 - The Municipal Government Under Mayor Gerry Calderon 1. Vision and Mission57
2. Executive Agenda of Mayor Gerry Calderon 58 3. Organizational Structure and Staffing61
6.4 Opportunities and Threats to Angono63
Chapter 7 - Sangguniang Bayan Under Vice-Mayor Ronald Patrick Rubin 1. The Sangguniang Bayan Today (2010-2013)65
2. Standing Committees66
3. Legislative Agenda of Vice-Mayor Ronald Rubin 67 4. Strengths and Weaknesses of the Sangguniang Bayan70 Chapter 8 - The Strategy
8.1 Gap Analysis73

8.1.1 Performance Gap73
8.1.2 Alignment Gap73
3. Systems Gap77

8.2 Strategy Map79
Chapter 9 - Implementation of Strategy
9.1 Balanced Scorecard83
9.2 Budget 88
Chapter 10 - Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
10.1 Performance Evaluation System91
10.2 Monitoring Plan93
10.3 Performance Evaluation Plan94
Appendices
Bibliography and Reference

Chapter 1
Introduction

1. Foreword

The township of Angono is one of the smallest in the Province of Rizal in terms of land area[1] but it is perhaps the only place in the country whose inhabitants have the passion for art. Since the discovery of the petroglyphs by Carlos “Botong” Francisco in 1965, followed by the posthumous declaration of Francisco as a National Artist for visual arts in 1973, Angono has become a haven of artists with a rich cultural heritage. Another renowned artist in the field of music was Maestro Lucio D. San Pedro whose musical genuis earned him the title National Artist for music in 1991. Aside from the two (2) luminaries, there are several less renouned but equally gifted homegrown painters, composers and sculptors, notably Nemesio Miranda, Jose “Pitok” Blanco and Orville Tiamson.

The Municipal Government of Angono, Rizal (MGAR) has been an avid patron and supporter of the arts, and this is evident in its Mission statement to “create a climate conducive...
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