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Camarines Sur Towns Earn More in 2002

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Published     10 Oct , 2010  10:33 am   Updated   21 Apr , 2013 at 3:40 pm   1,286 views.

Hard earned money.

We go deeper looking at previous years’ facts and figures of how the thirty five towns of Camarines Sur allocated for expenditure the earned income.

This second post covers the year of 2002. Check out how towns, big and small, tumbled down in their rankings as others managed to stay on the top earning money and spending less. It is interesting to note how municipalities “played” with numbers in allocating tax money.

The 2002 facts and figures- Income and Expense. Now we see changes in the ranking of towns in terms of income. Twelve towns earned more than P35M. Libmanan topped the list dislodging capital town Pili to number 2.

Tinambac jumped to 3rd from number 8th bringing down Calabanga to number 4. Buhi (5th) and Sipocot (6th) maintained their ranks. Ragay and Lagonoy exchanged ranks while Bula went up to number ten from 14th. Here’s the table for that:
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Rank 2002MunicipalityTotal IncomeRank 2001MunicipalityTotal Income
1Libmanan68,258,4907Libmanan39,188,170
2Pili59,602,4371Pili49,967,576
3Tinambac53,099,1718Tinambac38,176,804
4Calabanga52,220,1683Calabanga44,659,532
5Buhi51,153,0005Buhi42,140,020
6Sipocot49,387,0006Sipocot40,241,500
7Ragay47,460,6494Ragay44,535,892
8Lagonoy43,244,2279Lagonoy36,424,879
9Bula42,938,60611Bula35,551,527
10Baao37,514,00014Baao29,809,024
11Caramoan37,344,12712Caramoan31,045,547
12Pasacao35,595,03013Pasacao30,541,82

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The bottom ten earning towns: Gainza reamained the lowest on 35th, followed by Bombon, Siruma and Cabusao. Canaman went down from 23rd to 31st. Camaligan went up to 30th from the 2001 rank of 33rd. Balatan went to 29th from the previous 2001 rank of 26th.

Pamplona went down 4 ranks lower to 28th. Magarao went up three ranks higher to number 27 as Sangay went down to number 26th from its 2001 income ranking of 22nd. Here’s the table:

Rank 2002MunicipalityTotal IncomeRank 2001MunicipalityTotal Income
26Sagnay21,385,77922Sagnay21,385,779
27Magarao21,162,52530Magarao17,098,502
28Pamplona20,497,35324Pamplona20,497,353
29Balatan18,222,80426Balatan19,733,666
30Camaligan17,497,33733Camaligan14,848,850
31Canaman16,717,30623Canaman20,654,029
32Cabusao16,532,59231Cabusao16,532,592
33Siruma16,481,90332Siruma16,481,903
34Bombon16,228,76534Bombon13,476,281
35Gainza10,315,12435Gainza10,315,124

Here’s the table for the year 2002 total expenditures side by side with the 2001. Check out how towns exchanged places and went ahead spending tax money for that year.

Rank 2002MunicipalityTotal ExpendituresRank 2001MunicipalityTotal Expenditures
1Libmanan65,342,3471Pili50,927,256
2Pili55,843,6882Calabanga44,534,739
3Calabanga52,187,8373Nabua42,812,003
4Tinambac45,183,8234Sipocot41,345,000
5Buhi43,063,0005Ragay40,112,065
6Sipocot42,999,0006Libmanan39,498,205
7Ragay42,607,0297Buhi39,393,176
8Lagonoy39,101,1068Lagonoy36,970,569
9Baao34,365,0009Tinambac36,816,174
10Bula33,532,73210Goa33,928,870

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For 2002, no town incurred budgetary deficit unlike on the 2001st budget. Calabanga hit rock bottom on the 35th place having saved only P32,331.

Tigaon remained prudent in its budgetary allocations at the end of the year, it saved P20,353,567 almost identical of its savings in 2001, maintaining its rank as number 1. Check out the ranking on this table:

Rank 2002MunicipalityExcess (deficit) of Income over ExpendituresRank 2001MunicipalityExcess (deficit) of Income over Expenditures
1Tigaon20,353,5671Tigaon20,116,964
2Bula9,405,8742Ragay4,423,827
3Buhi8,090,0003Nabua3,427,802
4Tinambac7,915,3484Garchitorena2,949,225
5Milaor7,408,0335Caramoan2,845,242
6Del Gallego6,843,7356Minalabac2,767,979
7Sipocot6,388,0007Buhi2,746,844
8Nabua5,597,6388Bula2,703,054
9Minalabac5,461,4319Pasacao2,638,011
10Ragay4,853,61910Siruma2,168,190

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The municipalities’ property tax collection shaked the 2001 ranking but Pili remained glued to number 1. Calabanga went down from number 2 to number 5. New towns joined the top rank while others were toppled.

Rank 2002MunicipalityReal Property TaxRank 2001MunicipalityReal Property Tax
1Pili3,221,7041Pili2,669,348
2Minalabac1,608,5272Calabanga1,318,633
3Baao1,505,0003Bula1,182,830
4Bula1,424,4804Libmanan1,135,237
5Calabanga1,403,8635Ragay1,081,789
6Sipocot1,353,0006Goa1,070,944
7Libmanan1,203,2637Sipocot1,061,000
8Milaor1,127,1108Milaor976,200
9Ragay1,080,8669Canaman928,995
10Pasacao937,53810Nabua803,410

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Here is the table for towns on the bottom ten ranking:

Rank 2002MunicipalityReal Property TaxRank 2001MunicipalityReal Property Tax
26San Fernando477,57426San Fernando282,721
27Camaligan439,12827Bombon220,519
28Garchitorena386,58828Caramoan170,516
29Bato*293,29129Garchitorena160,044
30Balatan126,17130Sagnay121,464
31Sagnay121,46431Cabusao112,662
32Cabusao112,66232Balatan109,360
33Siruma82,24733Siruma82,247
34Presentacion77,53434Gainza58,267
35Gainza58,26735Presentacion51,070

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The 2002 campaign for business tax collection highlighted the strong performance of Pili maintaining 1st on 2001 and 2002, as with Goa on the 2nd spot, also on both years.

Calabanga went up higher from rank 7 to the 5th. Baao went down from 8th to 10th.

Rank 2002MunicipalityBusiness TaxRank 2001MunicipalityBusiness Tax
1Pili5,258,0101Pili4,982,557
2Goa1,627,1092Goa2,416,854
3Sipocot1,376,0003Nabua1,201,935
4Tigaon1,320,6764Sipocot1,196,000
5Calabanga1,059,7535Pasacao1,019,073
6Pasacao1,050,8046Tigaon847,244
7Nabua908,9177Calabanga807,508
8Milaor863,7668Baao721,036
9Libmanan803,3349Caramoan636,842
10Baao618,00010Libmanan603,55

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Here’s the bottom ten:

Rank 2002MunicipalityBusiness TaxRank 2001MunicipalityBusiness Tax
26Siruma170,58126Camaligan166,479
27Canaman162,10527Bato136,010
28Ocampo150,02428Ocampo135,448
29Bato*136,01029Lagonoy123,167
30San Fernando125,50030San Fernando119,770
31Sagnay117,48031Sagnay117,480
32Presentacion54,42432Presentacion75,135
33Bombon54,28333Garchitorena63,774
34Garchitorena41,83834Bombon25,435
35Gainza23,51335Gainza23,513

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The 2010 total non-tax revenue collection makes Pili the number one  both years. Calabanga went up higher from rank 4 to number 2. Libmanan went up from 6th to 4rth place as with Sipocot from 7th to 6th.

Goa went down from 5th to 9th so with Ragay from 9th to 10th place. Minalabac was dislodged from the 10th place with the ascension of new player Tinambac to third from obscurity. Interesting to study the table here:

Rank 2002MunicipalityTotal Non-Tax RevenueRank 2001MunicipalityTotal Non-Tax Revenue
1Pili5,890,4991Pili5,001,303
2Calabanga3,918,6312Nabua3,288,108
3Tinambac2,800,5143Pasacao2,776,946
4Libmanan2,601,7344Calabanga2,768,425
5Pasacao2,556,0465Goa2,630,338
6Sipocot2,289,0006Libmanan2,450,110
7Baao2,159,0007Sipocot2,361,500
8Nabua2,143,3188Baao2,112,805
9Goa1,767,8619Ragay2,034,355
10Ragay1,745,09410Minalabac1,393,065

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And here’s the table for bottom ten.

Rank 2002MunicipalityTotal Non-Tax RevenueRank 2001MunicipalityTotal Non-Tax Revenue
26Caramoan432,52326Caramoan487,304
27Siruma405,96127San Jose479,452
28San Jose388,00028Camaligan408,294
29Lupi384,03429Siruma405,961
30Magarao333,42230Bombon368,444
31Bombon315,81431Magarao336,032
32Garchitorena200,63632Sagnay163,502
33Sagnay163,50233Gainza134,693
34Presentacion162,98234Garchitorena106,739
35Gainza134,69335Presentacion95,000

. Internal Revenue Allotment. Libmanan received the most now ranked from number 8th to number 1. Calabanga received P45,108,325 and ranked 4rth from the previous 3rd.

Newcomer Caramoan hit 10th following Bula on the 9th which used to be the 10th place. Pili maintained the rank in 5th. Here’s the table for that:

Rank 2002MunicipalityInternal Revenue AllotmentRank 2001MunicipalityInternal Revenue Allotment
1Libmanan63,366,6451Nabua40,190,487
2Buhi48,000,0002Buhi39,387,523
3Tinambac47,390,2803Calabanga38,870,293
4Calabanga45,108,3254Ragay36,730,293
5Pili44,437,6835Pili36,470,933
6Ragay44,118,6696Tinambac35,313,369
7Sipocot43,911,0007Sipocot35,286,000
8Lagonoy41,421,1058Libmanan34,999,274
9Bula40,412,6809Lagonoy34,978,332
10Caramoan35,901,49210Bula33,120,195

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Also, the ten towns with the lowest IRA, here:

Rank 2002MunicipalityInternal Revenue AllotmentRank 2001MunicipalityInternal Revenue Allotment
26Magarao19,635,05826Balatan18,170,011
27Goa19,246,73227San Fernando17,358,683
28Pamplona19,164,81128Presentacion17,023,473
29Balatan16,482,40029Siruma15,787,990
30Camaligan16,174,57930Magarao15,747,626
31Siruma15,787,99031Milaor15,225,612
32Cabusao15,161,79732Cabusao15,161,797
33Bombon15,099,27333Camaligan13,818,058
34Canaman15,098,22634Bombon12,816,763
35Gainza10,098,65135Gainza10,098,651

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Education, Culture & Sports/ Manpower Development: Ten towns allocated over and above P450k for education, culture and sports and manpower development. Pili maintained its rank in number 1.

Calabanga allocated more which ranked 5th from its former 6th place in 2001. Newcomer Goa hit the cut-off list in number 10. Tinambac, Milaor and Canaman, among others, faded away.

Rank 2002MunicipalityEducation, Culture & Sports/ Manpower DevelopmentRank 2001MunicipalityEducation, Culture & Sports/ Manpower Development
1Pili1,623,3161Pili1,716,763
2Lagonoy1,343,7612Baao1,569,384
3Lupi1,040,4803Nabua1,225,978
4Sipocot980,0004Lagonoy1,139,019
5Calabanga891,3515Lupi670,960
6Ragay696,2516Calabanga669,441
7Minalabac507,9437Sipocot669,000
8San Fernando498,7898Tinambac610,659
9San Jose498,0009Canaman533,467
10Goa450,37810Milaor467,972

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Ten towns which give less or no allocation at all, are here:

Rank 2002MunicipalityEducation, Culture & Sports/ Manpower DevelopmentRank 2001MunicipalityEducation, Culture & Sports/ Manpower Development
26Garchitorena46,41526Balatan8,000
27Tinambac36,26527Ragay0
28Balatan25,00028Goa0
29Bato17,62529Pamplona0
30Bombon030Caramoan0
31Pamplona031Garchitorena0
32Sagnay032Sagnay0
33Siruma033Siruma0
34Presentacion034Gainza0
35Gainza035Presentacion0

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General Public Services. For generel public services, Pili, again, hit the top list on both years. Calabanga rose from 6th to 5th with slight increase in its allocation, though.

Rank 2002MunicipalityGeneral Public ServicesRank 2001MunicipalityGeneral Public Services
1Pili47,607,4291Pili36,081,600
2Libmanan46,048,9042Lagonoy25,938,567
3Tinambac30,471,5043Libmanan23,045,679
4Lagonoy26,465,9544Tinambac22,171,456
5Calabanga22,856,9525Nabua21,705,809
6Sipocot20,874,0006Calabanga20,653,503
7Caramoan19,846,8847Sipocot19,829,000
8Baao18,845,0008Baao18,349,327
9Buhi18,087,0009Buhi18,106,601
10Lupi18,038,50210Balatan16,126,932

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Here’s the bottom ten:

Rank 2002MunicipalityGeneral Public ServicesRank 2001MunicipalityGeneral Public Services
26Sagnay10,559,99726Ragay11,118,933
27Pamplona10,513,99027Siruma10,613,574
28Nabua10,240,27328Sagnay10,559,997
29Milaor9,519,27029Pamplona10,513,990
30Camaligan9,175,26030Cabusao8,932,478
31Cabusao8,932,47831Presentacion8,745,689
32Canaman7,722,00532Camaligan8,426,928
33Bombon6,919,48433Bombon7,636,161
34Tigaon6,730,65734Gainza5,615,794
35Gainza5,615,79435Tigaon3,206,435

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Health, Nutrition & Population Control. For Health, Nutrition and Population, Calabanga topped the ranking by allocating P7,274,564, and rose one rank higher from number 2. Review the ranking on this table:

Rank 2002MunicipalityHealth, Nutrition & Population ControlRank 2001MunicipalityHealth, Nutrition & Population Control
1Calabanga7,274,5641Nabua7,350,210
2Sipocot6,857,0002Calabanga6,955,342
3Lagonoy6,253,6173Sipocot6,581,000
4Ragay5,597,0434Libmanan5,666,117
5Tinambac5,121,3155Lagonoy5,588,334
6Pili5,070,2026Pili5,359,818
7Buhi4,951,0007Tinambac4,866,695
8Pasacao4,200,6308Buhi4,557,936
9Caramoan4,171,3619Lupi3,820,514
10Minalabac3,715,21810Bula3,781,752

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The bottom ten:

Rank 2002MunicipalityHealth, Nutrition & Population ControlRank 2001MunicipalityHealth, Nutrition & Population Control
26Milaor1,110,23126Tigaon764,654
27Tigaon1,050,57327Ragay0
28San Fernando106,08128Goa0
29Balatan50,00029Milaor0
30Bula030Pamplona0
31Libmanan031Caramoan0
32Pamplona032Sagnay0
33Sagnay033Siruma0
34Siruma034Gainza0
35Gainza035Presentacion0

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Social Security /Social Services & Welfare. Calabanga allocated P7,327,620 to rank 1st in 2002 from the previous 8th place in 2001.

Rank 2002MunicipalitySocial Security /Social Services & WelfareRank 2001MunicipalitySocial Security /Social Services & Welfare
1Calabanga7,327,6201Ragay12,401,919
2Sagnay6,760,3832Goa12,291,331
3Baao3,542,0003Sagnay6,760,383
4Pamplona2,492,6094Presentacion4,919,477
5Siruma2,329,9715Caramoan4,804,535
6Buhi1,970,0006Pamplona2,492,609
7Pili1,531,8307Siruma2,329,971
8Ocampo1,362,4398Calabanga1,845,661
9Magarao1,358,4309Nabua1,542,933
10Sipocot1,327,00010Buhi1,478,251

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The table below should give an idea which towns allocated less or nothing.

Rank 2002MunicipalitySocial Security /Social Services & WelfareRank 2001MunicipalitySocial Security /Social Services & Welfare
26Canaman591,21326Cabusao665,939
27San Jose561,00027Minalabac523,819
28Minalabac543,40228Magarao522,308
29Goa538,74129Bombon519,321
30Tigaon518,00430San Fernando506,208
31Camaligan467,84131Pasacao491,724
32Milaor408,99432Balatan424,870
33Bombon244,61633Camaligan390,866
34Balatan65,12134Tigaon216,247
35Libmanan035Milaor0

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Economic Services. The ten towns which budgeted sizeable amount for economic services, topped by Ragay, followed by Sipocot and Calabanga on 3rd spot. Pili went from 10th in 2001 to rank 34th.

Rank 2002MunicipalityEconomic ServicesRank 2001MunicipalityEconomic Services
1Ragay10,819,5121Buhi14,790,204
2Sipocot10,592,0002Ragay11,261,705
3Calabanga10,468,1693Calabanga11,062,978
4Buhi8,605,0004Nabua10,987,073
5Ocampo8,413,7825Sipocot10,872,000
6Baao8,339,0006Libmanan9,236,163
7Nabua6,505,3237Tinambac7,302,476
8Bula4,999,7638Goa6,533,423
9Cabusao3,785,9869Ocampo6,480,583
10Lagonoy3,685,89710Pili6,388,783

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Find below the table for that:.

Rank 2002MunicipalityEconomic ServicesRank 2001MunicipalityEconomic Services
26Presentacion1,454,33226Pamplona2,267,330
27San Fernando1,412,29727Sagnay2,079,459
28Camaligan1,301,93428Del Gallego1,735,042
29Magarao1,243,21529Gainza1,720,869
30Balatan1,087,35230Camaligan1,333,564
31Siruma1,074,90431Tigaon1,239,232
32Garchitorena871,69632Bombon1,081,304
33Bombon857,23533Siruma1,074,904
34Pili034Balatan1,030,347
35Libmanan035Magarao1,009,243

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A close study of the tables above gives us an idea which of the town’s officials are good at fiscal manangement and allocating resources, receptive to the needs of constituents and opening up for potentials of growth.

Let us see what we have for the year 2003, then. Which of the towns will maintain top rank in income generation and allocating and spending tax money?

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

Thanks to Jan Viktor for the “origami” artwork.


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