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mission iconMission

To accelerate the quality of life of all residents in the Municipality through the provision of improved economic, social, and infrastructure facilities, increased agricultural production, sound environmental management, and effective local administration.

vision iconVision

The Municipality of Mabini is envisioned to be self-reliant and progressive community, with sustainable tourism and agri-industrial-based economy, adequate infrastructure support facilities, with healthy, peace-loving and empowered citizens, under people centered, accountable, and effective local leaders.

LGU Officials

The powers to govern and the officals of LGU-Mabini are derived from and mandated in Republic Act No. 7160, a.k.a The Local Government Code of 1991. As with the national government, the local officials are divided into the Executive and Legislative branches while the Judicial branch remains at the national level.

THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
(Republic Act No. 7160)

Book III: Local Government Units
TITLE II: THE MUNICIPALITY

CHAPTER I: Role and Creation of the Municipality

Section 440. Role of the Municipality. - The municipality, consisting of a group of barangays, serves primarily as a general purpose government for the coordination and delivery of basic, regular and direct services and effective governance of the inhabitants within its territorial jurisdiction.

CHAPTER II: Municipal Officials in General

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Section 443. Officials of the Municipal Government. –

(a) There shall be in each municipality a municipal mayor, a municipal vice-mayor, sangguniang bayan members, a secretary to the sangguniang bayan, a municipal treasurer, a municipal assessor, a municipal accountant, a municipal budget officer, a municipal planning and development coordinator, a municipal engineer/building official, a municipal health officer and a municipal civil registrar.

(b) In addition thereto, the mayor may appoint a municipal administrator, a municipal legal officer, a municipal agriculturist, a municipal environment and natural resources officer, a municipal social welfare and development officer, a municipal architect, and a municipal information officer.


CHAPTER III: Officials and Offices Common to All Municipalities

executive ARTICLE I: The Municipal Mayor

Section 444. The Chief Executive: Powers, Duties, Functions and Compensation. –

(a) The municipal mayor, as the chief executive of the municipal government, shall exercise such powers and performs such duties and functions as provided by this Code and other laws.

executive

Municipal Mayor
Hon. Ariel G. De Guzman

Department Heads:

 legislative

Municipal Treasurer
Mrs. Emely Estrada

legislative

Municipal Assessor
Engr. Petronilo Braganza

legislative

Municipal Accountant
Mr. Von Joseph Racraquin

legislative

Municipal Budget
Officer
Mr. Rodyssues Reyes

legislative

Municipal Planning and
Development Coordinator
Engr. Clifford Fontelera

legislative

Municipal Engineer /
Building Official
Engr. Raquel Estrada

legislative

Municipal Health
Officer
Dr. Maribel Lazo, MD

legislative

Municipal Civil
Registrar
Mrs. Virgie Bibat

 legislative

Municipal Agriculturist
Mrs. Edna Lopez

legislative

Municipal Social Welfare and
Development Officer
Mrs. Teresa Aurea Ragudos

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Municipal Information
Officer

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Municipal Environment and
Natural Resources Officer


 legislativeARTICLE II: The Vice Mayor

Section 445. Powers, Duties and Compensation. –

(a) The vice-mayor shall:

(1) Be the presiding officer of the sangguniang bayan and sign all warrants drawn on the municipal treasury for all expenditures appropriated for the operation of the sangguniang bayan;

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Municipal Vice-Mayor
 Hon. Darius Padua Bonalos

ARTICLE III: The Sangguniang Bayan

Section 446. Composition. –

(a) The sangguniang bayan, the legislative body of the municipality, shall be composed of the municipal vice mayor as the presiding officer, the regular sanggunian members, the president of the municipal chapter of the liga ng mga barangay, the president of the pambayang pederasyon ng mga sangguniang kabataan, and the sectoral representatives, as members.

 legislative

Hon. Colin A, Reyes

legislative 

Hon. Rommel Federico Boling

 legislative

Hon. Pastor Renillo Malalis

 legislative

Hon. Richard Barrocan

legislative 

 Hon. Jose Barao Jr.

 legislative

Hon. Fernando Fontelera

 legislative

Hon. Christian Zeus Barcelona

legislative 

Hon. Rowena Salas

legislative

ABC President
Hon. Neilla T, Magno 

legislative

SK Federation President
Hon. Renelyn Estrada

legislative

SB Secretary
Hon. Carlito M. Nacional

(b) In addition thereto, there shall be three (3) sectoral representatives: one (1) from the women; and as shall be determined by the sanggunian concerned within ninety (90) days prior to the holding of local elections, one (1) from the agricultural or industrial workers, and one (1) from other sectors, including the urban poor, indigenous cultural communities, or disabled persons.