Republic of the Philippines
Province of Negros Oriental
Office of the Sangguniang Panlungsod
City of Tanjay

EXCERPT FROM THE JOURNAL OF THE 120TH REGULAR SESSION OF THE 7TH SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD OF THE CITY OF TANJAY HELD AT THE SP SESSION HALL ON NOVEMBER 12, 2018.

PRESENT:

Honorable Jovencio S. Bumanglag, Sr. City Vice-Mayor/Presiding Officer
Honorable Regalado D. Salma, Jr. Member
Honorable Daryll T. Aba Member
Honorable Francisco R. Dael, Jr. Member
Honorable Joselito R. Manso Member
Honorable Henry R. Tam Member
Honorable Felix R. Mira, Jr. Member
Honorable Teopisto T. Calumpang, Jr. Member
Honorable Patchita Y. Bulandres Member
Honorable Irving M. Malunda Member
Honorable Segfredo O. Buagas (ABC President) Member
Honorable James Kenneth G. Aguilar (SK President) MEMBER

 

ON LEAVE:

Honorable Epifanio T. Busmion MEMBER

RESOLUTION NO. 18-388

“WHEREAS, upon consultation with the National Historical Institute, a recommendation was received from that agency for the slight changes in the proposed Corporate Seal of the City of Tanjay, Province of Negros Oriental;

“THEREFORE, in consideration of such recommendation of NHI, the Honorable Sangguniang Panlungsod, on motion of Member Teopisto T. Calumpang, Jr., seconded by Members Patchita Y. Bulandres, Irving M. Malunda, Felix R. Mira, Jr., Daryll T. Aba and Joselito R. Manso

“RESOLVED to pass the following ordinance, to wit:

ORDINANCE NO. 12

AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE COPRORATE SEAL FOR TANJAY CITY, NEGROS ORIENTAL, PHILIPPINES, DESCRIBING AND INCORPORATING THEREIN OFFICIAL 

COLORS AND FIGURES REPRESENTING THE CITY

“Be it ordained by the Honorable Sangguniang Panlungsod, that:

“Section 1.  The City of Tanjay hereby adopts a corporate seal to symbolize the characteristics, sentiments and economic and social well-being of Tanjayanons described as follows:

SEAL SYMBOLISM

Shield derived from the Provincial Seal of Negros Oriental where the 

city is located.

Map represents the geographical area of Tanjay City 

Three Stars represents Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao

April 1, 2001 the date when Tanjay City was created

Fish being a coastal community, fishing is one of the major sources of 

income in the City

Corn, Palay

and Coconut represents the major crops of the City

COLOR SYMBOLISM

White stands for purity and sincere hospitality of the Tanjayanons

Brown represents the 27,605 hectares of land area of the city

Blue represents the public and private educational institutions in 

Tanjay responsible in molding the youth for future development

Red stands for vigor, vitality and adventurous Tanjayanons and the 

City’s sustained growth in social, economic and political areas

Green depicts Tanjay as a predominantly agricultural area

Yellow represents the brave, peace-loving, united and God-fearing 

Tanjayanons

“Section 2.  The attached replica of the official seal forms an integral part of this ordinance

“Section 3.  This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon approval.

“UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.”

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I HEREBY CERTIFY to the correctness of the above-quoted resolution.

JOSELITA C. FLORDELIZ
SP Secretary

REGALADO D. SALMA, JR. DARYLL T. ABA FRANCISCO R. DAEL, JR
JOSELITO R. MANSO HENRY R. TAM FELIX R. MIRA, JR.
TEOPISTO T. CALUMPANG, JR. PATCHITA Y. BULANDRES IRVING M. MALUNDA
SEGFREDO O. BUAGAS JAMES KENNETH G. AGUILAR    
ATTESTED: APPROVED:
 JOVENCIO S. BUMANGLAG, SR.
City Vice-Mayor/Presiding Officer
REYNALDO S. CONCEPCION
City Mayor