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TRIUMVIRATE Zeni L. Yao, Lautan Luas chairman, with sons Jandrick Arvin (left) and Johan, president and director of the company, respectively, imparts in a press briefing some details of the development plan that charts the Naga Global Business Park, a commercial complex that will bring mixed use development to one of Naga’s growth corridors along the Almeda highway. JASON NEOLA/CEPPIO

Mixed use dev’t seen in 9.5 ha lot in Naga’s new growth area

The investors are planning to bring mixed use development in the area, a prime lot near the City College of Naga and adjacently located to the site of the proposed TESDA Hub along Almeda highway. A family of businessmen in Daet, Camarines Norte is investing a multimillion-peso commercial complex in a 9.5 hectare of land located in one of the city’s new growth corridors. To be called the Naga Global Business Park, the site will come as the newest center of commerce and trade in the city with an estimated total manpower complementation of 1,000 to 1,500 people. Mayor Nelson

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Naga qualifies in Civil Service Commission’s PRIME-HRM

NAGA CITY — A certificate of recognition was conferred on LGU Naga by the regional office of the Civil Service Commission last Friday, Jan. 22, “for obtaining maturity level II in 4 human resource systems, namely, recruitment, selection, and placement; learning and development; performance management, and rewards and recognition. The certificate was given after the LGU has met the standards of the CSC’s Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management or the PRIME HRM that aims to elevate the LGUs human resource system to be able to attain efficiency and quality service to the public. In accepting

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‘Early birds’ excite BOSS on first day of operation

NAGA CITY — The Business-One-Stop-Shop (BOSS) here has received more than 300 transactions on the very first day of its operation on January 4, this year, 109 of them were able to secure business permits on the same day. The situation, according to City Treasurer Gregoria Nilda Abonal, was “to some extent surprising considering the dismal and discouraging goings-on in the business industry due to Covid-19 pandemic.” The BOSS, of which the operation will last until January 20, this year, managed to issue business permits to around 300 applicants/taxpayers on the second day. The city treasurer said the inflow of

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