BARANGAY GOVERNANCE AUTOMATION SYSTEM (BGAS)

BARANGAY DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE AND INVENTORY
PROFILING PERIOD : September 07, 2017
BARANGAY NAME : Santicon
MUNICPALITY : Polangui
PROVINCE : Albay
REGION : Region V (Bicol Region)
PATRON : San Antonio De Padua
FEAST DAY : June 14
TOTAL LAND AREA : 360.72 sq.m.
TOPOGRAPHY : Roads
CLIMATE : Tropical Wet and Dry
LANGUAGE : Filipino, English
TYPE OF SOIL : Loam
VISION

“ENVISION BEING AN AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF POLANGUI, ALBAY. WITH PARTICIPATIVE, WELL-INFORMED, HEALTHY AND RESPONSIVE, COMPETITIVE AND STABLE ECONOMY UNDER A FAIR, HONEST AND TRANSPARENT LEADERSHIP”

MISSION

“TO PROMOTE LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM, DEDICATED QUALITY SERVICE TO CONSTITUENTS, UPLIFT THE QUALITY OF LIFE THROUGH RESPONSIBLE AND RIGHTEOUS LEADERSHIP”

GOAL

To make sure that the barangay will provide a good services of good governances in the constituents of barangay santicon.

HISTORY

Santicon . . . . . . . . . . . . Its history and important facts

Introduction:

Santicon, one of the forty four (44) Barangay in the municipality of Polangui has its own history and meaningful past. She rose from a past that was endowed with people that are full of aspirations and land area of 360.7211 hectare and visions, making her more established, productive and progressive.

Knowing its past, develops awareness among the people and promotes love, serve as inspiration thus, advancing her towards progress.

Historical background:

Prior to the establishment of Polangui, the first known “pueblo” was Lanigay. When the recognized town was named Polangui, Lanigay existed as one of its barrios. It had a wide area of coverage and Santicon was a part of it as a Sitio named after its patron saint, San Antonio.

Early residents of the Barrio/Sitio correlated its name to two big places of stone striking each other at night time and because of friction it even produced a spark of light. Local term related by the people to the action of the stones was “santic”. The continuous action of the stones and use of the term by the people, it is changed to “Santicon” and thus the name Santicon came to being, as the name of the barrio.

It was in 1928, when Santicon was separated from Lanigay and known to be a duly recognized barrio with 13 households. At the time of its separation, there were only 18 families who pioneered the inhabitants and they were the following; Sabaybay, Olicia, Sarion, Casiao, Carullo, Ravago, Seletaria, Salem, Dacara, Nepomuceno, Oliquino, Lacsina, Cao, Recaña, Carillo, Bertumen, Penetrante and Resureccion. Its separation/creation was made possible through the efforts of Vito Cao, the appointed Teniente and at the same time donated the lot where the chapel was erected.

Heads of the barrio: (past to present and from Teniente to Captain Vito Cao, Timoteo Dacara, Gregorio Carullo, Francisco Resureccion, Enrique Sapiera, Rufino Olicia, Melicio Sanorjo, Vicente Olicia, Teodorico Casiao, Benito Quiquino, Felipe Ravago, Justiniano Nepomuceno, Rodrigo Vargas, Jose Lustan, Felicisimo Casiao and Arnulfo B. Penetrante from December 1, 2007(to date). And the first Barangay Captain Who finished the (3) consecutive terms.

The school its development:

Part of its development and progress, a public elementary school was opened in 1949. This took place because of the desire of the people to possibly make every resident of the barrio literate. It took the people much pains and sacrifices in trying to start the operation of the school, and out of their painstaking activation the glory is being present by the present generation. The school site was acquired thru donation, June 3, 1949 (5000 sq. M) and purchase July 13, 1951 (5000 sq. M.) From Leodogario Resanes Sarion. Since its opening to present, there are the school heads resigned and through/contributed much to its improvement and progress. They are; Lauriano Ronda, Martin Sabio, Silvestre Salalima, Vito Salinel, Humberto Gonsales, Luz Vasquez, Juan Briones, Rizalina Bobis, Aludia Rempillo, Alberto S. Sapaula, Jimmy Camba, and Mr. Benjamin Rances, Milagros Sanorjo to date.

Its linkage to the poblacion was made easier thru the construction of roads and bridges, unlike before that the people had to stretch a trail.

Transportation is no longer a problem.

To give credit to all people/residents of Santicon, who made their Barangay as it is now. People who were ambitious, industrious, peace-loving, self-reliant and above all, Progress oriented.

Prepared by:

- Barangay Council

- Santicon Elementary School

-Teaching Staff -

LAND USE
Name Measurement
Commercial 0.00
Residential 40.00
Agricultural 60.00
Industrial 0.00
Sub-division 0.00
MAJOR SOURCE OF INCOME
Description Percentage
Agriculture 95.00
Fisheries 0.00
SHELTER TYPE
Description Quantity Percentage of Household
Local Materials 0 30.00
Concrete 0 40.00
Semi-concrete 0 30.00
Shanty 0 0.00
TOTAL
PRODUCTS
Description Percentage
Rice 90.00
Coconut 10.00
LIVESTOCK
Description Percentage
HOG RAISER 70.00
FARMING METHOD
Description Percentage
modern and organic farming 90.00
FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE
Kinds of Fisheries Quantity Unit of Measurement Kinds of Aquaculture
No answers.
HOUSEHOLD RAISING LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY
Animals Sitio/Purok/Zone No. of Heads HH
0
BARANGAY OFFICIALS
Profile Picture Last Name First Name Middle Name Barangay Position Committee Mobile No. Email Schedule of Duty Term Range
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Penetrante Arnulfo Bigcas Punong Barangay Barangay Captain Public Order, Security Human Rights 09089200305
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Raguimia Rolando Risayaga Barangay Kagawad Education, Religion, Gender & Development, Children, Family, Women
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Salinel Ricardo Penetrante Barangay Kagawad Budget & Appropriation, Ways & Management, Rules, Trade & Industry,
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Salem Nestor Seletaria Barangay Kagawad Youth & Sports Development
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Ante Emma Villanueva Barangay Kagawad Health & Sanitation, Nutrition, Support Service
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Portem Dinnes Sacabon Barangay Kagawad Agriculture, Fishery, Cooperative Development, Accreditation, Environmental Protection
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RECAÑA ROMEO SALEM Barangay Kagawad Infrastructure, Housing, Power & Energy, Public Utilities, Senior Citizen
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Lauta Andy Casiao Barangay Kagawad Peace and Order, Games & Amusement
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Ronda Martin Felix Jr. Oliquino Barangay Treasurer
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Bauden Ruel Vergara Barangay Secretary
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SALEM NESTOR SELETARIA PUNONG BARANGAY Public Order, Security Human Rights 09076925491 2018
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CARILLO BIENVINIDO SUAREZ BARANGAY KAGAWAD Budget & Appropriation, Ways & Management, Rules, Trade & Industry, 09463965383 MONDAY
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SALINEL LILIBETH DIAZ BARANGAY KAGAWAD Health & Sanitation, Nutrition, Support Service 09076760909 TUESDAY
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PORTEM DINNES SACABON BARANGAY KAGAWAD Agriculture, Fishery, Cooperative Development, Accreditation, Environmental Protection 09122200676 WEDNESDAY
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LAUTA ANDY CASIAO BARANGAY KAGAWAD Youth & Sports Development 09094246919 THURSDAY
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DOCTAMA PURIFICACION CASIAO BARANGAY KAGAWAD Education, Religion, Gender & Development, Children, Family, Women, Senior Citizen 09306780659 FRIDAY
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MALAPO ARACELI SALLAO BARANGAY KAGAWAD Infrastructure, Housing, Power & Energy, Public Utilities 09193613229 SATURDAY
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SALANDO PABLO RICO BARANGAY KAGAWAD Peace and Order, Games & Amusement 09124616339 SUNDAY
POLITICAL SUBDIVISION
Purok/Zone No. Name
0
BARANGAY PERSONNEL
Position Male Female Total
Council 7 3 10
Tanod 11 4 15
Day Care Worker 0 1 1
Health Worker 1 8 9
Lupon 9 1 10
Utility 2 2 4
Garbage Collector 11 4 15
TOTAL 41 23 64
TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTERS
Male Female Total
1448 1463 2911
BOUNDARIES
North South West East
LAMEDALLA APAD BALANGIBANG MATACON
RELIGION
Religion Population Percentage
Roman Catholic 0.00 80.00
Foursquare 0.00 0.00
Jehovah’s Witnesses 0.00 0.00
Iglesia ni Cristo 0.00 10.00
Seventh Day Adventist 0.00 0.00
Alliance of Bible Christian 0.00 0.00
Missionary Baptist Church of the  Philippines 0.00 0.00
International One Way Outreach 0.00 0.00
Baptist Conference of the Philippines 0.00 0.00
Islam 0.00 0.00
UCCP 0.00 0.00
Born Again Christian 0.00 10.00
Pentecostal 0.00 0.00
Mormons 0.00 0.00
Victory Chapel 0.00 0.00
Conservative Baptist Church 0.00 0.00
Ceboley Baptist Church 0.00 0.00
Aglipay 0.00 0.00
Evangelical 0.00 0.00
Faith Tabernacle 0.00 0.00
Christian Sower 0.00 0.00
Quiboloy 0.00 0.00
TOTAL
POPULATION
Land Site Purok No. of Household Families Male Female Total Population
Upland 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mainland 4 614 0 1463 1448 2911
Island 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 1463 1448 2911
DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION
Sitio/Purok/Zone Male Female Total Population No. of HH
1 0 0 0 138
2 0 0 0 189
3 0 0 0 161
4 0 0 0 126
TOTAL 614
AGE AND SEX DISTRIBUTION
Age Group Male Female Both Sexes
Under 1 yr. Old 0 0 0
1-4 0 0 0
5-9 0 0 0
10-14 0 0 0
15-19 0 0 0
20-24 0 0 0
25-29 0 0 0
30-34 0 0 0
35-39 0 0 0
40-44 0 0 0
45-49 0 0 0
50-54 0 0 0
55-59 0 0 0
60-64 0 0 0
65-69 0 0 0
70-74 0 0 0
75-79 0 0 0
80 & over 0 0 0
TOTAL
MARITAL STATUS
Civil Status Population Percentage
Single 0.00 0.00
Married 0.00 0.00
Widowed 0.00 0.00
Divorce/Separated 0.00 0.00
Live-In /Common-Law 0.00 0.00
TOTAL
HOUSEHOLD POPULATION BY ETHNICITY/DIALECT
Ethnicity/Dialect Total
Bisaya/Binisaya 0
Davaweño 0
Cebuano 0
Tagakaulo 0
Boholano 0
Bagobo 0
Tagalog 0
Maranaw 0
Kalagan 0
Tausog 0
Ilonggo 0
Ilocano 0
Manobo 0
Waray 0
Mandaya 0
Bilaan 0
Not Reported 0
LABOR FORCE
Sex Household Population In the Labor Force > Employed In the Labor Force > Percentage In the Labor Force > Unemployed In the Labor Force > Percentage Not In the Labor Force Percentage
Male 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Female 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Both Sexes 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
TOTAL
POINT OF ORIGIN "BRGY HALL" TO PARISH CHURCH, POBLACION, PUBLIC MARKET, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ETC
Path Measurement
Polangui proper 15.00
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
Vehicle Quantity
Motorbike 150
Jeepney 1
Tricycle 15
Boat 0
Pedicab 0
Van 8
Taxi 0
Trolley 3
Carabao 0
TOTAL 177
ROAD NETWORK
Description Percentage
Concrete Road 60.00
Gravel Road 10.00
Asphalt 0.00
Path way 20.00
Earth Surface 10.00
TOURISM ASSETS
Name Brief Description Distance from Poblacion (Kilometer) How to Get There
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INVENTORY OF PROPERTIES AND OTHER ASSETS
Particulars Quantity Total Amount Source of Fund Date Acquired Status Remarks
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WATER FACILITIES
Description Quantity Population Served Percentage
0 0 0.00
TOTAL
POWER SUPPLY
Power Source Description Percentage Per Household
APEC Albay Power Electric Cooperative 90.00
IRRIGATION SYSTEM
Description Percentage
Communal System 20.00
CREDIT FACILITIES
Description Number
Micro Finances 0
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
Description Purok No. Total Measurement With Drinking Facility With Sanitary Toilet Facility Total of Toilets
No answers.
PRIVATE BUILDING AND FACILITIES
Description Purok No. Total Measurement With Drinking Facility With Sanitary Toilet Facility Total of Toilets
No answers.
BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS
Description Type of Establishment Total
No answers.
TOTAL
COMMUNICATION SERVICES
Description Percentage
No answers.
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT ORGANIZATION
Description
No answers.
TOILET FACILITIES
Kinds of Toilet Facilities Quantity No. of Household Served
No answers.
TOTAL
MOST COMMON DISEASES
Description Percentage Year of Occurence
No answers.
INPUT BARANGAY MORBIDITY
Disease Age Bracket Female Male Year
No answers.
INPUT BARANGAY MORTALITY
Disease Age Bracket Female Male Year
No answers.
EDUCATION (TOTAL ENROLLEES)
Year Grade Level Total
No answers.
TOTAL
SCHOOL AGE POPULATION DISTRIBUTION
Grade Completed Male Female Total
No grade completed 0 0 0
Pre-school 0 0 0
Elementary Level 0 0 0
Elementary Graduate 0 0 0
High School Level 0 0 0
High School Graduate 0 0 0
Vocational 0 0 0
College Undergraduate 0 0 0
Academic Degree Holder 0 0 0
Post Baccalaureate 0 0 0
BUDGET REVENUE EXPENDITURE
Year Internal Revenue Allotment Outsource Fund/ Donation/ Trust Fund and Others Annual Budget Expenditure Balance
2019 3038957.00 0.00 3038957.00 0.00 3038957.00
PEACE AND ORDER
Types of Crime/Incidence 0-17 Years Old (Male) 18 Years Old Above (Male) Total (Male) 0-17 Years Old (Female) 18 Years Old Above (Female) Total (Female) Total
No answers.
TOTAL
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS AND SERVICES IMPLEMENTED
Title Brief Description Primary Committee Beneficiaries No. of Beneficiaries Source of Fund Concern_Agency Date of Report
No answers.
TOTAL
PASSED ORDINANCES
Title Brief Description Date Passed Author / Co-Author Author Type Committee
No answers.
PASSED RESOLUTIONS
Title Brief Description Date Passed Author / Co-Author Author Type Committee
No answers.
WASTE MANAGEMENT AND POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAMS
Program Title Implemented Yes/No? Date of Implementation
No answers.
INVENTORY OF SKILLED INHABITANTS
Kinds of Skills Quantity Percentage Working Abroad? Educational Background Issuing School/Agency Certificate Received
No answers.
RESIDENTS VULNERABLE TO DISASTER
Description Male Female Total
No answers.
TOTAL
BARANGAY HAZARDS
Hazards Percentage
No answers.
MOST COMMON OCCURRING DISASTER
Type of Disaster Year No. of Occurrence
TYPHOON 2018 6
TOTAL 6
EMERGENCY RESPONSE EQUIPMENT/GADGETS
Description Quantity
FLASH LIGHT 15
WARNING DEVICE 1
MEGAPGONE 2
TWO WAY RADIO 5
TRANSISTOR 1
0
DISASTER RISK REDUCTION PLAN
Title Yes/No Year Implemented
No answers.