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06
Dec
Written by Administrator

SEATED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:  SB MEMBER ERNESTO CENABRE; SB MEMBER ARTHUR TAGUIAM; SB MEMBER CARLOS MANANGUIT; SB MEMBER LORETO MABBORANG; VICE MAYOR MARTIN M. SORIANO; MAYOR ATTY. FRANCISCO N. MAMBA, JR.; SB MEMBER GUILLERMO T. SUMIGAD; SB MEMBER ATTY. LEONARD BELTRAN; SB MEMBER MAYONITO FERNANDEZ & SB MEMBER FELISA A. TABAO

 
17
Oct


The forthcoming inauguration of the NINOY AQUINO Bridge which connects Cagayan, via Tuao, to Kalinga and Apayao, and directly across the Ilocandia via Solsona, is expected to open up new possibilities and potentials for investments, thereby bringing the development of THE TRI-REGIONAL AGRI-INDUSTRIAL HUB PROJECT closer to fruition. This is true most especially, among many others, on the following areas: Grains processing; Transportation services; Hotels and restaurants, Resorts; Health wellness; Agro-Tourism; Eco-Tourism; Food processing; Construction; Bio-Energy Development and Multi-Industrial Clusters; New economic growth sectors such as energy, IT-based industries (call center, cyber services, etc.), and financial services; Environmental services; Creative industries; Industrial-Eco parks and Manufacturing.

Registration starts at 8:00am.

Visit TRI-REGIONAL AGRI-INDUSTRIAL HUB for more info (http://csu.edu.ph/trihub/)...

 
29
Mar
Written by Administrator

A Brainchild of Atty. Francisco N. Mamba, Jr., this innovative public service came into operation by virtue of Executive Order No. 95-01 issued upon his assumption into office on July 3, 1995.  The maxim “public service is a public trust; a delayed service is service denied”, is the motivating factor for all LGU employees to take immediate action on any request for assistance.

 
02
Dec
Written by Administrator

art1A story has it that when the cross was erected on this site, a big black bird slighted on top of it and as it flew, kicked the cross causing it to fall, and flying westward perched on a tree that stood on the present site of the church, all the while crying: “Bat ---- tu ----- ao,”. The incident was repeated three times which prompted the missionaries to move the church site to where the bird was interpreted to be leading them to. As the church was near completion, a Patron Saint must be identified for the Town and the date calendar for yearly celebration for what we now call town fiesta. Along

 
02
Dec
Written by Administrator

The recorded history of Tuao began in 1604 when founded by the Spanish Civil Government.  The new Spanish Pueblo was ecclediastically accepted on May 13, 1612, thus opening it for Christianization.

 
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Footbridge
Cassily Lake East


Pavillion & Swimming Pool
Cassily Lake Resort


Gazzebos
Cassily Lake


Greenbelt Area
Alibiao


“Sinabalu”
(Bamboo Cake)


“Patupat”
Malagkit ( Rice Cake)


Mahogany
Furniture Set


Bibingka

BRIEF HISTORY

The recorded history of Tuao began in 1604 when founded by the Spanish Civil Government. The new Spanish Pueblo was ecclediastically accepted on May 13, 1612, thus opening it for Christianization.

Political Subdivision

Congressional District : 3rd
No. of Barangays : 32
No. of Puroks : 192
Income Classification : 1st Class
Estimated Annual Income (2012) : P 89,877,133.00
IRA Share (2012) : P 81,517,357.00
Major Source of Income :

Farming, Trading,
Manufacturing, Retailing

Demography

Population : 57,154  (NSO 2007)
No. of Household : 11,704 (LGU Census 2008)
No. of families : 13,130 (LGU Census 2008)
Population Density : 2.48
Average Household Size : 5
Crude Birth Rate : 22% (NSO 2000)
Death Rate : 4.24%
Growth Rate : 0.94%

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