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BARANGAY MATALNGON


Brief History

Barangay Matalngon is 5 kilometers from Barangay Banbanan and 12 kilometers from the Municipality of Miag-ao. Sandwiched by Tumagboc river and Anoy creek. It nestled at the edge of a hill when one has to climb by foot to reach Cadoldolan, Cabalaunan, Onop and the sitios of Anoy and Anilawan. Beyond these two sitios is the territory of Sibalom, Antique.

Matalngon got its name from a Greek word "Talungon" trees which was found plenty in the place many years ago.

Past heads were Castil Firmeza, Andres Venturanza, Tomas Venturanza (1942-1946), Donato Fariolan (1946-1947), Adoracion Fariolan (1948-1951), Bonifacio Naid (1952-1955), Quintin Mupada (1956-1963), Tomas Nabua (1964-1967). Since 1968 this place has been headed by Gaudencio Naragdag and was followed by Rodolfo Naragdag and Antonio Nalang. In 1987-1997 this place has been headed by Ruperto Mupada. 1997-2002 has been headed by Nenita Mordece and SK Chairman Maryrose Mupada and followed by Veronica Mupada as Punong Barangay and Maricel Mupada as SK chairperson.

Matalngon is celebrating its fiesta every February in honor of Nuestra Seņora de la Candelaria.


Vision/Mission

Barangay roads. Electricity. Bridge. Livelihood.

Objectives

  1. Construction of barangay roads.
  2. To have an electricity.
  3. To establish livelihood programs.

Strategies

  1. Prioritized the livelihood programs.
  2. Maintain the peace and order programs.
  3. Follow the rules and regulations for processing.

Barangay Profile

General Profile

Barangay Officials

Veronica Mupada Punong Barangay
DAnilo Farochilin Kagawad
Antonio Nantong Kagawad
Jane Niaday Kagawad
German Napagao Kagawad
Manuel Farochilin Kagawad
Jessie Parrenas Kagawad
Edgar Naragdag Kagawad
Maricel Mupada SK Chairman
Nenita Mordece Barangay Secretary
Lorna Nantong Barangay Treasurer

Economic Profile

Land Area

Agricultural 2.532 has.
Residential 4.00 has
Total Land area 84.292 has

Social Profile

Total population 180
Number of male 89
Number of female 93
Number of youths 26
Number of households 27
Number of houses 27
Number of college students 1
Number of high school students 7
Number of elementary pupils 16
Prevailing religion Roman Catholic

Infrastructure Profile

Number of Houses with Electricity none
Number of Houses without Electricity 27
Number of Communication Facilities cellphones 2, Handheld radios 1
Number of Water Supply System Spring Water 1

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