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Copy of Copy of GENERAL POWERS AND ATTRIBUTES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS: (LG

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Transcript of Copy of Copy of GENERAL POWERS AND ATTRIBUTES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS: (LG

The extent of operational supervision and control of local chief executives over the police force, fire protection unit, and jail management personnel assigned in their respective jurisdictions shall be governed by the provisions of Republic Act Numbered Sixty-nine hundred seventy-five (R.A. No. 6975), otherwise known as "The Department of the Interior and Local Government Act of 1990", and the rules and regulations issued pursuant thereto.
SECTION 28. - Powers of Local Chief Executives over the Units of the Philippine National Police
GENERAL POWERS AND ATTRIBUTES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS: (LGC OF 1991)
Naming of LGU's & Public Places, Streets & Structures: Municipalities
The sanggunians of component cities and municipalities may, in consultation with the Phil. Historical Commission, change the ff:

> Barangays, Barangay Roads, Avenues, Boulevards, Thorougfares, Bridges, Public Elementary, Secondary and Vocational or Technical School, Post-Secondary and other Tertiary Schools, Hospitals, Health Centers and any other Public Place and Buildings owned by the Municipal Government
Basic Services & Facilities
A) Agriculture and fishery extension and on-site research
B) Implementation of community-based forestry projects
C) Provision of health services
D) Provision of social welfare services
E) Provision of information services
F) Provision of solid waste disposal or environmental management
G) Construction and maintenance of infrastructure facilities
H) Municipal public markets and slaughterhouses
I) Construction, maintenance and operations of municipal cemeteries
J) Tourism and Security Services
K) Provision of sites for police and fire stations and jail.
POWER
1) POWER OF EMINENT DOMAIN

2) POWER TO CREATE SOURCES OF REVENUES

3) POLICE POWER

CORPORATE POWERS & CORPORATE SEAL
3.1 To have a continuous succession in its corporate name
3.2 To sue and be sued
3.3 To have and use a corporate seal
3.4 To acquire and convey real or personal property
3.5 To enter into contracts and
3.6 To exercise such other powers as are granted to corporations subject to the limitations provided under the code and other applicable laws.
SEC. 6. AUTHORITY TO CREATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS
May be CREATED, DIVIDED, MERGED & ABOLISHED

> Requisites for Creation:
INCOME - an average annual income of P2.5M.
POPULATION - not be less than 25,000.00 inhabitants
as certified by NSO.
LAND AREA - must be contiguous with an area of at
least 50 sq. km. as certified by LMB.

> Procedure for Creation:
Petition, Comments on Petition, Documents to support petition and Plebiscite.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
Local legislative power shall be exercised by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan for the province; the Sangguniang Panlungsod for the city; the Sangguniang bayan for the municipality; and the Sangguniang Barangay for the Barangay.
MANDATED
LOCAL SPECIAL BODIES
> LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD
> LOCAL HEALTH BOARD
> LOCAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCILS
> LOCAL PEACE AND ORDER COUNCIL
> LOCAL PRE-BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEES
1) RECLASSIFICATION OF AGRICULTURAL LANDS


2) CLOSURE AND OPENING OF ROADS & PARKS
The power to take private property for public use by a state, municipality, or private person or corporation authorized to exercise functions of public character, following the payment of just compensation to the owner of that property
Eminent Domain
Power to Create Sources of Revenue
Each local government unit shall
exercise its power to create its own sources of revenue and to levy taxes, fees, and charges
subject to the provisions herein, consistent with the basic policy of local autonomy. Such taxes,
fees, and charges shall accrue exclusively to the local government units.
Police Power
The capacity of the states to regulate behavior and enforce order within their territory for the betterment of the health, safety, morals, and general welfare of their inhabitant.
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