ci Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Manila
DEPARTMENT ORDER NO. 63-91 September 2, 1991
RECLASSIFICATION OF MUNICIPALITIES IN THE PROVINCE OF BENCUET EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1991, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 249, DATED JULY 25, 1987 OF THE PRESIDENT.
The Regional Director for Local Government Finance, Cordillera Administrative Region; the Provincial Governor, the Sangguniang Pantalawigan, the Provincial Treasurer and the Provincial Auditor,of Benguet; the Municipal, Mayors, the Sangguniang Bayan, the Municipal Treasurers and Others Concerned.
Pursuant to Section 2 of Executive Order No. 249, dated July 25, 1987 of the President, as implemented under Department Order No. 115-87 dated October 22, 1987 of this Department, the following municipalities in the province of Benguet are hereby reclassified effective as of July 1, 1991, on the basis of their respective average annual income actually realized during the last four (4) consecutive calendar years (1957-1990), as certified by the Commission on Audit under its letter dated August 14, 1991: AVERAGE INCOME MUNICIPALITIES 1. Atok 2. Bakun 3. Bokod
4. Buguias 5. Itogon 6. Kabayan 7. Kapangan 8. Kibungan 9. La Trinidad 10. Mankayan 11. Sablan 12. Tuba 13. Tublay
CLASS TO FROM
Sixth Fifth Sixth Fifth Fourth
Fifth Fifth Fifth Fifth Third
Sixth Sixth Fifth Fifth
Fifth Fifth Fourth Fifth
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The'foregoing classifications shall be the basis for fixing the maximum tax ceilings imposable, determining the administrative and statutory aids, financial grants and other forms of assistance, salary scales, rates of allowances, per diems and other emoluments of the officials and employees, implementation of personnel policies and promotions, transfers, details or secondment, formulation and execution of local government budget policies, determination of financial capability to undertake developmental programs and priority projects and the maximum amounts expendable for salaries and wages in accordance with existing law and regulations, provided, however, that no official or employee shall suffer any diminution of the basic salary, rates of allowances and other emoluments that he or she is actually receiving at the time of the effectivity of this Department Order, pursuant to the aforementioned Executive Order No. 249.
By authority of the Secretary:
LORIND M. CARLOS Director Executi Bureau of Local Government Finance