Friday, January 8, 2016

'Endless corruption in Marinduque" - Ka Lolong

Ika-apat na po ito sa serye ng pito-pito. Mga katiwalian sa Kapitolyo ng Marinduque na tinagurian ng isang mambabasa (Lolong Rejano), na "endless corruption in Marinduque".

Karugtong ng post kahapon:

View ng Marcopper Mining. Hindi kinokolekta ng lalawigan ang P. 18,925,974.00 na real property tax sa bahaging kinatitirikan ng Siltation at Decant System. Paano pa kaya ang unpaid real property taxes na higit pa sa P 1-BILLION ang halaga para sa mga pag-aari nito na nasa Boac, Mogpog, Sta. Cruz at Torrijos?

22. Revenue-Uncollected Real Property Tax. Bagamat may pabor na desisyon ang Korte Suprema sa ilalim ng G.R. No. 170532 na may petsa Abril 30, 2009. ang Real Property Tax (RPT) Delinquency na nagkakahalaga ng P. 18,925,974.00 ng Marcopper Mining Corporation (MMC) sa Siltation at Decant System at sa lupang kinatitirikan ng istruktura ay hindi pa rin kinokolekta.

(22. Revenue-Uncollected Real Property Tax. Despite the favorable decision of the Supreme Court under G.R. No. 170532 dated April 30, 2009, the Real Property Tax (RPT) Delinquency totaling P 18,925,974.04 of Marcopper Mining Corporation (MMC) on Siltation and Decant System and on the lot where the structure was erected had not been collected.)

23. Ang PGM (Provincial Government of Marinduque) ay hindi rin kumulekta ng rental fees mula sa gusali at istruktura na ngayon ay inookupahan ng isang telecommunications service provider at ng isang pribadong restaurant, kayat naglaho ang oportunidad na makalikom ng karagdagang kita na nagkakahalaga ng P. 462,000.00 kada taon.

(23. The PGM failed to collect rental fees out of the building and structures presently occupied by a telecommunications service provider and a privately owned restaurant thus, losing the opportunity to generate additional income of approximately P 462,000.00 annually. 

..."Review of the Contract of Lease dated November 5, 1991 entered into by and between the PGM, represented by the then Provincial Governor Luisito M. Reyes (lessee), and Department of Transportation and Communications, represented by their Former Acting Secretary Pete Nicomedes Prado (lessor),disclosed among others that the Lessee shall not directly or indirectly sub-lease, assign, transfer, convey, mortgage or in any way encumber its right over the leased premises, any portion thereof under any circumstance whatsoever and any contract that may be made in violation of this clause shall be null and void.

"In consideration of the above provision of the lease agreement, the occupancy of Sun Cellular on the leased premises to DOTC is considered and indirect sub-leasing or transfer without authority, hence a clear violation of the agreement. Thus, it is proper for the PGM to collect rental fees from them starting from their occupancy in September 2011 or 40 months as of December 31, 2014 with an estimated monthly rental income of P. 25,000 or P. 300,000.00 annually based on the prevailing rental fees of commercial spaces in the province.

"In addition, physical inspection also disclosed that the structure within the hospital compound is being operated by a private enterprise as a canteen or restaurant catering to the provincial employees and patients of the provincial hospital. According to the records of the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), this was formerly operated by the Marinduque Provincial Hospital Multi-purpose Cooperative whose members are hospital officials and employees. However, the records of the CDA showed that the cooperative had ceased its operation sometime in February 2012, and that they are just renting it out to a private operator. Since then the cooperative was able to generate a total rental income of P. 244,668.50 (Annex A) which is supposed to have been collected by the Provincial Government.

"… With regards to the justification that the renovation of the canteen structure was funded by the Cooperative, it was insisted by the Audit Team that long before their takeover, the structure was already erected and being rented out by the former concessionaire to the PGM.)

24. Ang pagsusumite ng financial reports at statements gayun din ng disbursement vouchers at supporting documents ay hindi sinumite sa oras na nagsanhi sa pagkabalam sa pag-audit ng accounts, at taliwas ito sa pakay na magkaroon ng control at prompt review at verification ng mga tumanggap, disposisyon at paggamit ng mga pondo ng ahensya.

(24. The submission of financial reports and statements as well as disbursement vouchers and supporting documents were not submitted on time causing delay in the audit of accounts which defeats the purpose of providing control and prompt review and verification of the recipients, disposition, and utilization of funds of the agency.)

CARMEN Eco-Adventure Park (dating Provincial Training Center), sa Tamayo, Sta. Cruz, Marinduque. Pag-aari ng lalawigan at milyon-milyon ang ginastos. Ginagamit ng libre ng mga pribadong entity na walang kontrata at awtoridad mula sa SP ayon sa Commission on Audit.

25. Operasyon ng Local Economic Enterprise (LEE)
Ang mga pribadong establisimyento ay pinayagang gumamit ng government facilities ng libre sa CARMEN, isang local economic enterprise na pag-aari ng ahensya, kahit walang Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)/kontrata at awtoridad mula sa SP at naging masama ito sa interes ng pamahalaan at taxpayers.

(25. Operation of Local Economic Enterprise (LEE)
Private establishments were allowed to utilize government facilities for free at CARMEN, a local economic enterprise owned by the agency, even without Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)/contract and authority from the SP to the detriment of the interest of the government and taxpayers.)


26. Ang Provincial Treasurer, Provincial Accountant at ang OIC-Provincial Agriculturist, manager ng CARMEN ay nabigong magsagawa ng internal control system sa operasyon, sales, collection, at reporting ng mga transaksyon sa CARMEN at Demo Farm and Extension Office sa Sibuyan Agriculture and Extension Office kaya, nag-iisang tao ang namamahala, nagtatala ng record of production at benta sa crops, sea foods, organic fertilizer, renta sa mga facilities at training center, habang ang mga kinita sa sale at mga rentang nakolekta ay pinapasa sa isang caretaker at unbonded collector na hindi naman nagsasagawa ng record/cashbooks kung saan makikita dapat ang income ng economic enterprise at demo farm, kaya't kaduda-duda ito.

(26. The Provincial Treasurer, Provincial Accountant and the OIC-Provincial Agriculturist, manager of CARMEN failed to establish internal control system on operation, sales, collection, and reporting of transactions at CARMEN and Demo Farm and Extension Office at Sibuyan Agriculture and Extension Office thus, only one person manages and keeps record of the production and sale of crops, sea foods, organic fertilizer, rental of facilities and training center while proceeds of sale and fees collected are turned-over to a caretaker and unbonded collector who does not maintain record/cashbooks rendering reported income of economic enterprise and demo farm as doubtful.)

27. Hindi nagawa ng Local Finance Commitee na maghanda ng business plan para sa operasyon ng CARMEN, kaya't ang malaking bahagi ng income na nalikom ay galing sa dati nang mga pinanggagalingan bago pa ito malikha bilang isang economic enterprise habang ang pagpapagawa ng ibang facilities na nagkakahalaga ng P. 3,028,476.64 tulad ng mga bagong nipa hut ay binigyan muna ng halaga kaysa sa pagsasaayos ng mga sirang comfort room na kailangan para sa mga bisita/kliyente.

Kung walang business plan at strategies, ang operasyon ng CARMEN ay walang pupuntahan. Bukod sa rito, maaaring maapektuhan ang legalidad ng mga ginastos dahils sa kawalan ng basehan. Isang ocular inspection ang isinagawa sa mga pasilidad at nakita rito na ang mga comfort room sa CARMEN kasama na ang mga pinto, showers at iba pang fixtures ay nanatiling sira. Ang mga comfort rooms ay marurumi dahil sa kawalan ng maintenance kaya, ang mga pasilidad ay hindi kaaya-aya sa mga bumibisita na gustong manatili at magrelax. 

... kasama sa mga nipa hut, may mga native gazebo pa na itinatayo sa ngayon sa nasabing lugar subalit ang ahensya ay wala pang mungkahing ordinance mula sa Provincial Treasurer hinggil sa silbi ng mga pasilidad na ito

(27. The Local Finance Committee failed to prepare a business plan for CARMEN’s operation, thus the latter generated most of its income from traditional sources prior to its creation as economic enterprise while construction of other facilities totaling P. 3,028,476.64 such as new nipa huts was prioritized over repair of out-of-order comfort rooms necessary in serving guests/clients.

Without the business plan and strategies, the operation of CARMEN shall go nowhere. Moreover, it may affect the legality of payment of expenditure due to lack of basis. Ocular inspection of facilities disclosed that comfort rooms at CARMEN including, doors, showers and other fixtures remained out-of-order. In addition, comfort rooms are dirty due to lack of maintenance thus, facilities are unfair for visiting guests who wished to stay and relax..

Records show also that the agency has signed a contract during CY 2014 with N.Q. Villapando Construction totaling P. 3,028,476.64 for the furnishing of labor, materials, equipment for the Improvement of CARMEN facilities. However, ocular inspection disclosed that renovation includes construction of nipa huts, wherein strategies and business plan for their estabishments remained unknown. Together with the nipa huts, more native gazebos are now being constructed in the place but agency has no proposed ordinance yet from the Provincial Treasurer regarding use of those facilities.)

28. Ang mungkahing Solid Waste Management Plan ng provincial government ay nanatiling hindi aprubado hanggang sa katapusan ng taon, na nagpapakita ng kawalan ng pagtugon sa lumilitaw na mga pangkalikasang usapin sa waste reduction at disposal mula sa national government.

Ehemplo lamang ng isang lugar na walang Solid Waste Management Plan.

(28. The proposed Solid Waste Management Plan of the provincial government remained unapproved as of year-end thus, manifesting unresponsiveness to the national government emerging environmental concerns of waste reduction and disposal.)

Itutuloy/To be continued


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