Cadoldolan is the barangay with a public school that is farthest from the poblacion. It is also hardest to reach for there is no other way except ascending 1 kilometer trail leading to this place from Barangay Matalngon. It sits on top of the high hill surrounded by other mountain. It is some 10 kilometers from Barangay Banbanan and 17 kilometers from poblacion.
This place got its name from Kapok trees called in dialect "doldol". The earliest head of the barangay was Francisco Fajardos. Other barrio heads were Castor Fariolan (1940-1945), Jorge Failagao (1946-1947), Alberto Failago (1954-1955), Juanito Funclara (1956-1957), Espectacion Failago (1968-1971). Placido Muelan (1972-1979) also headed this place. Followed by Romeo Funclara (1980-1984) then Marcelo Farochilin (1987-2002) and now it is headed by Punong Barangay Romeo Funclara.
Cadoldolan is celebrating its fiesta in December in honor of Medalla Milagros.
People in the barangay together with all the barangay officials are planning to improve all facilities in the barangay that someday all people may serve their families and their needs. The barangay officials hope to improve more projects of the barangay especially started by the previous set of officers.
|Romeo Funclara||Punong Barangay|
|Joseph Naragdag||SK Chairman|
|Josefa Naragdag||Barangay Secretary|
|Teresita Naragdag||Barangay Treasurer|
|Total Land Area||39 has|
|List of tourist attraction||Sinuhutan Cave; Tinagong Dagat|
|Number of male||65|
|Number of female||67|
|Number of youths||26|
|Number of households||30|
|Number of houses||26|
|List of sports facilities||None|
|List of recreational facilities||None|
|List of school present in the barangay||Cadoldolan Elementary School|
|Number of college students||None|
|Number of high school students||6|
|Number of elementary pupils||14|
|Number of pre-schoolers||None|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Other religious sectors present in the barangay||None|
|Presence of road and estimated length||None|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||None|
|Number of Bridges and Length||None|
|Number of Communication Facilities||Handheld radios 1|
|Number of Water Supply System||Deepwell|
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