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Big CamSur Towns Top 2003 Earnings

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Published     11 Oct , 2010  2:29 pm   Updated   21 Apr , 2013 at 3:39 pm   764 views.

How towns 2003`income ranked in graph.

On this post, we check out changes and performance of Camarines Sur towns’ earnings and expenditures for 2003. 13 towns earned beyond P35M. Libmanan maintained its hold on the 1st rank followed by capital town Pili, then Buhi (from 5th on 2002).

Calabanga stayed on 4rth. Tinambac has a “carry-over data” from 2002, at 6th. Nabua (which has a carry over data on its 2002 report from year 2001) is now on 5th. Pasacao continued to hold on the 12th with Caramoan dropped to 13th.

All 13 are 1st class towns having earned P35M or more. These are the towns to watch in the next years to come in terms of earnings.

Check out how local government units are classified here: Money Talks in Classification of RP LGUs
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Rank 2003MunicipalityTotal IncomeRank 2002MunicipalityTotal Income
1Libmanan71,331,9581Libmanan68,258,490
2Pili63,118,8862Pili59,602,437
3Buhi55,312,0003Tinambac53,099,171
4Calabanga54,564,0004Calabanga52,220,168
5Nabua53,840,0005Buhi51,153,000
6Tinambac*53,099,1716Sipocot49,387,000
7Sipocot52,480,0007Ragay47,460,649
8Ragay51,526,9708Lagonoy43,244,227
9Lagonoy46,358,0009Bula42,938,606
10Bula45,677,62410Baao37,514,000
11Baao39,315,00011Caramoan37,344,127
12Pasacao39,016,26112Pasacao35,595,030
13Caramoan38,957,00013Tigaon32,603,47

The ten lowest earning towns include Goa (carry-over record for 2002 ernings) on the list due to unavailable record. No major change in the composition of these towns. Small towns, modest earnings?

Rank 2003MunicipalityTotal IncomeRank 2002MunicipalityTotal Income
26Goa*23,907,14326Sagnay21,385,779
27Balatan23,491,31027Magarao21,162,525
28Presentacion22,378,86228Pamplona20,497,353
29Milaor22,221,63229Balatan18,222,804
30Camaligan17,805,11730Camaligan17,497,337
31Bombon16,955,12031Canaman16,717,306
32Canaman*16,717,30632Cabusao16,532,592
33Cabusao*16,532,59233Siruma16,481,903
34Siruma*16,481,90334Bombon16,228,765
35Gainza*10,315,12435Gainza10,315,124

Expenditures. Libmanan led the pack of towns that spent between P40M to over P65M for the fiscal year. Calabanga and Pili exchanged places on the 2nd and 3rd spot. Bula made the cut on 10th place. Big earners, big spenders.

Rank 2003MunicipalityTotal ExpendituresRank 2002MunicipalityTotal Expenditures
1Libmanan65,787,4711Libmanan65,342,347
2Calabanga56,478,0002Pili55,843,688
3Pili55,221,5363Calabanga52,187,837
4Sipocot49,744,0004Tinambac45,183,823
5Ragay49,118,6935Buhi43,063,000
6Buhi48,786,0006Sipocot42,999,000
7Nabua46,044,0007Ragay42,607,029
8Tinambac*45,183,8238Lagonoy39,101,106
9Lagonoy44,915,0009Baao34,365,000
10Bula40,022,62910Bula33,532,73

After deducting the total expenditures for the year, ten towns emerged wih savings of between P5M and almost P8M.

Pili saved over P7M and Lupi managed to enter the list on 10th with a savings of P5,299,097. Tinambac’s savings is based on the carry-over data from 2002.

Rank 2003MunicipalityExcess (deficit) of Income over ExpendituresRank 2002MunicipalityExcess (deficit) of Income over Expenditures
1Tinambac*7,915,3481Tigaon20,353,567
2Pili7,897,3512Bula9,405,874
3Nabua7,796,0003Buhi8,090,000
4Buhi6,526,0004Tinambac7,915,348
5Tigaon5,700,0005Milaor7,408,033
6Bula5,654,9956Del Gallego6,843,735
7Libmanan5,544,4887Sipocot6,388,000
8Del Gallego5,496,2868Nabua5,597,638
9Minalabac*5,461,4319Minalabac5,461,431
10Lupi5,299,09710Ragay4,853,619

Deficit or not. Ten towns either over spent or barely saved from their earned income. Camaligan went red with -P3,325.435 followed by Calabanga with -P1,914,000.

All other towns included in the list of 10 only saved between P61K to P960K.

Rank 2003MunicipalityExcess (deficit) of Income over ExpendituresRank 2002MunicipalityExcess (deficit) of Income over Expenditures
26Baao960,00026Pamplona1,549,773
27San Jose*723,00027Lupi1,423,970
28Cabusao*569,85228Gainza988,958
29Balatan531,31329San Jose723,000
30Presentacion396,69630Sagnay649,302
31Goa*194,56231Cabusao569,852
32Caramoan69,00032Presentacion489,059
33Garchitorena61,16333Ocampo416,049
34Calabanga-1,914,00034Goa194,562
35Camaligan-3,325,43535Calabanga32,331

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Real property tax. Another banner year for Pili, upped its collection by P200K and maintained on number 1. Calabanga also added +P200K in collections from previous year to take the rank on 3rd. Minalabac has a “carry-over record” from year 2002, on the 2nd slot. Buhi which was number 11 on 2002, enters the list on 10th. Milaor which was 8th on 2002 faded away.

Rank 2003MunicipalityReal Property TaxRank 2002MunicipalityReal Property Tax
1Pili3,465,8061Pili3,221,704
2Minalabac*1,608,5272Minalabac1,608,527
3Calabanga1,608,0003Baao1,505,000
4Sipocot1,478,0004Bula1,424,480
5Libmanan1,465,4405Calabanga1,403,863
6Pamplona1,314,6186Sipocot1,353,000
7Baao1,273,0007Libmanan1,203,263
8Ragay1,211,1968Milaor1,127,110
9Nabua1,088,0009Ragay1,080,866
10Buhi1,079,00010Pasacao937,538

Check out these towns that made the bottom ten on real property tax collection.

Rank 2003MunicipalityReal Property TaxRank 2002MunicipalityReal Property Tax
26Tigaon457,00026San Fernando477,574
27Lagonoy428,00027Camaligan439,128
28Garchitorena417,56828Garchitorena386,588
29Bato339,78629Bato*293,291
30Balatan251,15330Balatan126,171
31Caramoan218,00031Sagnay121,464
32Cabusao*112,66232Cabusao112,662
33Presentacion96,43833Siruma82,247
34Siruma*82,24734Presentacion77,534
35Gainza*58,26735Gainza58,267

Business tax. Pili continues to perform well on accumulating business tax income on rank 1 for the three years of our reference (2001-2003.) Baao dropped out of the list from number 10 now occupied by Buhi. Calabanga went down from 5th to 7th, also went down in its collection.

Rank 2003MunicipalityBusiness TaxRank 2002MunicipalityBusiness Tax
1Pili6,350,0071Pili5,258,010
2Nabua1,774,0002Goa1,627,109
3Goa*1,627,1093Sipocot1,376,000
4Sipocot1,523,0004Tigaon1,320,676
5Tigaon1,142,0005Calabanga1,059,753
6Pasacao1,118,4796Pasacao1,050,804
7Calabanga997,0007Nabua908,917
8Libmanan776,1818Milaor863,766
9Milaor766,4169Libmanan803,334
10Buhi652,00010Baao618,00

Non-tax revenue collection. Goa dropped down from 9th to 10th; Pili and Calabanga maintained 1st and 2nd ranks, respectively.

Very good collection performance for Calabanga which added over P1M from the previous year’s collection. Libmanan reduced collection efficiency now on the 8th from previous year of 4rth with over P400K lesser, too.

Rank 2003Municipality Total Non-Tax RevenueRank 2002Municipality Total Non-Tax Revenue
1Pili5,346,4751Pili5,890,499
2Calabanga5,023,0002Calabanga3,918,631
3Nabua4,330,0003Tinambac2,800,514
4Pasacao3,778,2624Libmanan2,601,734
5Tinambac*2,800,5145Pasacao2,556,046
6Ragay2,756,4806Sipocot2,289,000
7Sipocot2,362,0007Baao2,159,000
8Libmanan2,161,0428Nabua2,143,318
9Baao1,901,0009Goa1,767,861
10Goa*1,767,86110Ragay1,745,094

Internal Revenue Allotment. Libmanan filled their coffers with IRA of +P66M. Calabanga’s share of +P46M was P1M more than previous year. Bula was on the 10th completing the list with +P42M IRA.

Rank 2003MunicipalityInternal Revenue AllotmentRank 2002MunicipalityInternal Revenue Allotment
1Libmanan66,147,9501Libmanan63,366,645
2Buhi51,693,0002Buhi48,000,000
3Tinambac*47,390,2803Tinambac47,390,280
4Pili47,326,4424Calabanga45,108,325
5Ragay47,047,3995Pili44,437,683
6Calabanga46,159,0006Ragay44,118,669
7Nabua46,141,0007Sipocot43,911,000
8Sipocot46,066,0008Lagonoy41,421,105
9Lagonoy44,848,0009Bula40,412,680
10Bula42,420,12910Caramoan35,901,492

Education, culture & sports/ Manpower development allotments. Ten towns that provided the highest budget for these services, topped by Pili down to San Jose.

Rank 2003MunicipalityEducation, Culture & Sports/ Manpower DevelopmentRank 2002MunicipalityEducation, Culture & Sports/ Manpower Development
1Pili1,973,2701Pili1,623,316
2Calabanga1,648,0002Lagonoy1,343,761
3Nabua1,223,0003Lupi1,040,480
4Baao844,0004Sipocot980,000
5Libmanan744,3345Calabanga891,351
6Ragay639,1936Ragay696,251
7Lupi606,1277Minalabac507,943
8Sipocot581,0008San Fernando498,789
9Minalabac*507,9439San Jose498,000
10San Jose*498,00010Goa450,378

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General Public Services. Libmanan posted highest allotment for general public services. Bula completed the list on the 10th with P20M.

Rank 2003MunicipalityGeneral Public ServicesRank 2002MunicipalityGeneral Public Services
1Libmanan44,911,2601Pili47,607,429
2Tinambac*30,471,5042Libmanan46,048,904
3Pili29,780,5273Tinambac30,471,504
4Calabanga29,496,0004Lagonoy26,465,954
5Lagonoy25,460,0005Calabanga22,856,952
6Nabua24,646,0006Sipocot20,874,000
7Buhi22,361,0007Caramoan19,846,884
8Caramoan21,928,0008Baao18,845,000
9Sipocot20,562,0009Buhi18,087,000
10Bula20,047,50010Lupi18,038,502

Health, Nutrition & Population control. calabanga for the second year allotted more than any other LGU and ranked 1st.

Pili, Gainza, Libmanan and Pamplona did not provide any budget for these services.

Rank 2003MunicipalityHealth, Nutrition & Population ControlRank 2002MunicipalityHealth, Nutrition & Population Control
1Calabanga8,190,0001Calabanga7,274,564
2Sipocot7,986,0002Sipocot6,857,000
3Lagonoy6,525,0003Lagonoy6,253,617
4Nabua5,733,0004Ragay5,597,043
5Tinambac*5,121,3155Tinambac5,121,315
6Buhi5,023,0006Pili5,070,202
7Caramoan4,985,0007Buhi4,951,000
8Ragay4,567,2798Pasacao4,200,630
9Minalabac*3,715,2189Caramoan4,171,361
10Lupi3,643,22410Minalabac3,715,218

Social Security/Social Services and Welfare. The table below itemized the towns and their appropriation for social services.

Rank 2003MunicipalitySocial Security /Social Services & WelfareRank 2002MunicipalitySocial Security /Social Services & Welfare
1Pili5,777,5541Calabanga7,327,620
2Siruma*2,329,9712Sagnay6,760,383
3Calabanga2,186,0003Baao3,542,000
4Buhi1,876,0004Pamplona2,492,609
5San Fernando1,874,6595Siruma2,329,971
6Nabua1,830,0006Buhi1,970,000
7Sipocot1,516,0007Pili1,531,830
8Ocampo1,359,3818Ocampo1,362,439
9Baao1,322,0009Magarao1,358,430
10Gainza*1,184,69010Sipocot1,327,000

Economic Services. Ten towns provided between P4M to P12M for economic services.

Rank 2003MunicipalityEconomic ServicesRank 2002MunicipalityEconomic Services
1Sipocot12,344,0001Ragay10,819,512
2Nabua10,647,0002Sipocot10,592,000
3Pili10,613,6453Calabanga10,468,169
4Ragay8,773,3324Buhi8,605,000
5Buhi8,632,0005Ocampo8,413,782
6Calabanga7,731,0006Baao8,339,000
7Baao6,495,0007Nabua6,505,323
8Tigaon4,871,0008Bula4,999,763
9Bula4,680,5159Cabusao3,785,986
10Pamplona4,152,39310Lagonoy3,685,897

Pili as capital town of the province enjoys the perks of being one as seen from its income performance. Big town Libmanan has led the way twice in a row already. It would seem that big towns are up for more changes for 2004. Would you like to know info about other Bicol towns, too?

(This is fourth part of the series on Bicol towns, cities and provinces annual income that Cbanga360(dot)Net will run as a series. To be continued.)

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