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Location of San Jose, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
San Jose is located at the northern part of Cebu City around 14 kms from the Cebu City Hall. It is bounded by Barangay Talamban at the south, Barangay Bacayan and Butuanon River at the East, Barangay Pulangbato at the North and Barangay Budla-an at the West. It has around 300 has jurisdictional lot area and composed mostly of mountainous and hilly terrain. Around 14% of its total land area is of plain terrain and occupied by households and religious structures. Thus the remaining 85% of total land area is idle and have no road accessibility. The barangay is classified as Rural Residential Zone by the City Assessors Office and most of its locators are of religious communities, thus not a few times was it described as the little Jerusalem in the Philippines.........
History of San Jose, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
HISTORY ON THE CREATION OF BARANGAY SAN JOSE By Barangay SanJose on Saturday, August 8, 2015 at 6:30 PM
(Excerpt from the accounts of expert witnesses who were present and who have participated in the process of the creation of Barangay San Jose) - First Barrio Captain Rolando Basirgo, Public School Teacher Ms. Lilia C. Bontuyan, Lupon Coordinator Jesus Borces and Brgy Councilor Edgardo Borces.
BARRIO SAN JOSE, before its creation into a new barrio, was considerably a remote hilly terrain comprised by the five (5) sitios of Barrio Talamban, namely: 1) Sitio Panuayon, 2) Sitio Kapangi-an, 3) Sitio Kantumagsing, 4) Sitio Tigbao (Sun-ok) and 5) Sitio Bolho. A substantially populated community that is geographically situated on the outskirts of Barrio Talamban. Unfortunately, it has no roads , electricity and piped water system due to its a far-off location that can only be accessed through existing footpaths or carabao cart trails. The people communing in this area felt being neglected by the leadership and officials of it's original barrio (TALAMBAN) in terms of public services and facilities. The concentration of projects and developments like roads, thoroughfare, waterworks system and electricity were then only devoted on the "poblacion" plains of the Barrio Center. Sometime in 1971, Mrs. Lorenza Borces with her close friend and companion, Mrs. Melitona Colina, initiated the idea of consolidating the five (5) sitios to form into one barrio that is separate and distinct from that of Barrio Talamban under the following justifications;
- To enable the new barrio to secure for itself new roads and other public service facilities, precisely for the progress and enhancements to the lives of it's constituents;
- To secure distinct governmental budget appropriations for health services, education, as well as other economic incentives under the city-wide development plan of the Cebu City government.
- To obtain faster development for basic needs such as public roads, electricity and water system.
These two proponents initiated the holding of the historical meeting among concerned constituents in a chapel at "Sitio Panuayon" that was owned by the late Agapita "Pitang" Tudtud-Catunggal and her family. The latter's husband Atty. Jose Catunggal was also present in that meeting. He later on became instrumental in the drafting of the initial documents that were submitted as primary documents in the application for the creation of a new barrio.
Aside from the direly needed public services and facilities, the proponents also discussed the need to do away with the unpleasant and weird-sounding nomenclatures of the component sitios and to adopt the proposed changes;
- Sitio Tigbao (Sun-ok) to be renamed as Purok I
- Sitio Panuayon to be renamed as Purok II
- Sitio Kapangi-an to be renemaed as Purok III
- Sitio Cantumagsing to be renamed as Purok IV
- Sitio Bolho to be renamed as Purok V
They then proceeded to discussed about the name that the new barrio shall thenceforth be called and a quick suggestion that immediately met the approval and support of those who were present was that the new barrio shall be nominated as "Barrio San Jose".
This was easily pinpointed due to the unanimously felt need to devote the new barrio under the name of a Saint. It happened that one of the devotions practiced in that chapel wherein the first proponent's held their meeting is SENIOR SAN JOSE. Incidentally one of the well-respected lead personality in attendance during that meeting was a name-sake of the Patron Saint in the person of Atty. Jose Catunggal.
Thus the quorum decided via "Viva Voce" to call the new barrio as BARRI0 SAN JOSE and this became among others, as one of the proposals presented for adoption before the pre-listed COMELEC voters of that time. The signatures of voters were solicited to be affix opposite their respective names as listed on the "petition" that Atty. Catunggal drafted and submitted on November 4, 1971 for the creation of a new Barrio San Jose.
This said "petition" was then submitted to the City council of Cebu City, which under the sponsorship of the late Hon. Florencio Urot served as the main basis for City Ordinance No. 733. The said Ord. No. 733 was passed and thus confirmed the consolidation of the five (5) sitios and consequently legalized the creation and existence of the new BARRIO SAN JOSE that is separate and distinct from Barrio Talamban.
As a consequence for its creation, sometime on early months of 1972, a synchronized Barrio Election was mandated and was actually held. Several Public School Teachers were alternatively offered the task to chair the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) but who declined for the simple reason that they were mostly constituents of Barrio Talamban and that they were also significantly affected by the creation of the new barrio. Finally, as an answered prayer of the proponents, the task was ultimately coursed through then Ms. LIlia Cogtas, a Talamban Elementary School Teacher who happened to have hailed from one of the sitios in the newly created barrio. The task was accepted and the Board of Election Tellers was appointed and constituted .
The composition of the Board of Election Tellers (BET) were as follows:
- Ms. Lilia Cogtas as the BET Chairperson;
- Mrs. Tomasa Nena Damaolao as the second member;
- Mr. Jesus C. Borces as the third member.
On January 5, 1972, the residents and officials of Barrio Talamban filed a case asking for issuance of a Restraining Order to prevent Barrio San Jose from holding their election on January 9, 1972. But Presiding Judge Francisco Tantuico denied their prayer.
The election was successfully held on January 9, 1972 with the three groups of registered political candidates for Barrio Captains with their respective line-up for Barrio councilmen were likewise certified.
First Group: led by Simplicio Tudtud of Sitio Panuayon for Captain with complete line-up of barrio council candidates.
Second Group: led by Leodigario Ferolino of Sitio Tigbao for Barrio Captain with complete line-up of Barrio Council Candidates.
Third Group: led by Rolando Basirgo of Sitio Bolho for Barrio Captain with complete line-up of Barrio council candidates.
As the barrio Election progressed, the BEI were threatened by Atty. Pedro C. Son of Barrio Talamban. He particularly pinpointed the then Chairperson of the BEI, Ms. Lilia Cogtas to answer for a lawsuit if the conduct of the election would proceed. Equipped with legitimate appointments from the Provincial Governor, the BEI nevertheless proceeded with the holding of the election until it was finished.
HON. ROLANDO BASIRGO won in that election and became the First Barrio Captain Elect.
The FIRST BARRIO COUNCILORS were elected in this particular order:
- Pascual Opigal - Bolho
- Eufemio Minoza - Tigbao
- Nicolas Borgonia - Tigbao
- Rogidilio Arinasa - Capangi-an
- Fructuso Seno - Bolho
- Robinson Minoza - Bolho
- The First Appointed Barrio Secretary was Mrs. Lorenza Borces
- The First Appointed Barrio Treasurer was Mrs. Tomasa Nena Damaolao
As the newly elected Officials of Barrio San Jose were sworn into office, the legal battle ensued. The elite leaders of Barrio Talamban made good of their threat. The Chairperson of the BEI, then Ms. Lilia Cogtas and the newly elected Barrio Officials were being sued.
The case for illegal conduct of election was docketed at Branch 14 RTC, Cebu City under the sala of the Hon. Judge Juan Y. Reyes. At this instance, it was the young Atty. Alvin Garcia of the Duterte Law Office, who happened to be a close friend of the appointed Barrio Secretary Mrs. Lorenza Borces, appeared as counsel in behalf of Barrio San Jose.
Correspondingly, City Council sessions were held wherein the elite personalities and leaders of Barrio Talamban appeared to voice out their opposition and thus presented their contention that the creation of Barrio San Jose under Ordinance NO. 733 should be declared null and void. They mainly alleged that the creation of the new barrio was without the knowledge and permission of the mother Barrio of Talamban.
Fortunately, a strong defence was put up by elected Barrio Capt. Rolando Basirgo with the assistance of the appointed Barrio Secretary Mrs. Lorenza Borces which built up an irrefutable proof on the legality of the creation of the new barrio. They produced the verified photo copies of the signed petition asking for the creation of Barrio San Jose wherein the number one petitioner that affixed his signature was the then Barrio Captain of Talamban Hon. Eleuterio Minoza. The signature of the Talamban Barrio Captain during that time was taken as an unquestionable consent of Barrio Talamban that favored for the creation of Barrio San Jose.
As a result, the Cebu City Council passed City Ordinance No. 813 which is an amendment on the City Ordinance No. 733, defining the boundaries of the newly create Barrio San Jose, in terms of jurisdiction of all the adjacent barrios as well as the boundary that separates between the mother Barrio Talamban and this barrio. A portion of Sitio Tigbao was reconstituted back to Barrio Talamban in consideration for the location of the residence of it's Barrio Captain, the then Hon. Eleuterio Minoza that was accordingly specified and defined.
The newly elected barrio council under the First Barrio Captain Rolando Basirgo continued to discharge their functions as officials of the newly created Barrio San Jose and regularly held their council sessions in the makeshift Barrio Hall at the lot donated by Mrs. Ana Borgonia-Borces in Purok 1 (Sun-ok), San Jose. But sometime in the year 1976, Capt. Rolando Basirgo could not carry anymore of his functions due to work and transfer of residence to a far away place, thus he entrusted his duties and responsibilities to the Barrio Secretary Lorenza Borces and authorize her to attend ABC meetings and follow-up projects in his behalf. The Barrio Council did the same by executing an affidavit to that effect. Barrio San Jose under the watch of Mrs. Lorenza Borces slowly transformed into a lively progressive place as some important infrastructure projects were put in like the electrification project to the entire barrio and the opening of farm to market road to Purok 5, (Bolho) all the way to Barrio Pulangbato. Through Mrs. Borces, many investors were also brought in to buy pieces of properties which was the key to the setting foot of many institutional facilities and subdivision projects like the Kauswagan Community Hospital, FSPIF, CITE, OAD, MLhuillier Properties, Maryville Subdivisions and many others.
On May 17, 1982, a Second Synchronized Barrio Election was conducted and the Election Tellers prepared the Minutes of the Election and Election Results. Barrio Secretary and Acting Barrio Captain Lorenza Borces was elected the second Barrio Captain of Barrio San Jose.
On March 15, 1986, Presiding Judge Juan Y. Reyes issued the decision in favor of the creation of Barrio San Jose and upholds the barrio as a "de facto" unit recognized by the new government.
On June 11, 1992, The Court of Appeals XIII Division before Associate Justices Justo P. Torres Jr., Arturo B. Buena and Pacita Canizares-Nye in its Case No. CA-G.R. No. 16391-CV rendered the decision affirming the March 15, 1986 Appealed Decision of the Regional Trial Court, and accordingly upholds that Ordinance No. 733 as amended by Ordinance No. 813 providing for the creation of Barrio San Jose is valid and binding, being within the power of the City Council of Cebu to enact.
AND THUS this narrative on the history of the creation of BARANGAY SAN JOSE which humbly remains amenable and receptive to any vital information that were missed out in this narrative.
All submissions/contributions of additional information regarding the creation of BARANGAY SAN JOSE shall be gladly accepted, recorded and collated. This material shall be subjected to a process of verification and confirmation and shall ultimately be incorporated in the historical account for the creation of our barangay.
CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS IN RELATION TO THE CREATION OF BARANGAY SAN JOSE:
November 4, 1971 Jose Catunggal wrote a letter to Hon. Florencio Urot then Acting
City Mayor, the intent of residents of sitios Panuayon, Kapangian,
Buljo, Tigbao and Cantomagsing to consolidate into one Barrio.
November 25, 1971 Cebu City Council in a Resolution No. 1770, approved Ordinance
No. 733, Organizing five sitios of Barrio Talamban into a new
Barrio to be called Barrio San Jose on the basis of the letter of
Mr. Jose Catunggal. (said ordinance lapsed into law without
Executive Approval as certified by Ribomapil Holganza, then
Executive Secretary to the Mayor on December 22, 1971).
January 1, 1972 Provincial Governor Osmundo Rama appointed and constituted
the Board of Election Tellers to conduct the election in the new
January 2, 1972 Nicetas Joaquino and other Barrio Officials and Pedro Son wrote
a letter to City Council asking for reconsideration of the City
Ordinance No. 733, and asking to be allowed to appear in one of
the City Council's Sessions to explain their position.
January 5, 1972 Pedro Son, Eleuterio Minoza, Nicetas Joaquino, Jose Bontuyan,
Gerardo Leyson, Rogelio Caminade, Bertoldo Bontilao, et al, filed
a case in the Court of First Instance against Norberto Damaolao,
Lorenza Borces, Rolando Basergo, et al in a Civil Case No.
R-12511. Application for a Restraining Order before the sala of
Judge Francisco Tantuico Jr.
January 6, 1972 Presiding Judge Francisco Tantuico Jr. of Branch VI of CFI,
directed petitioners to present evidence to support their prayer
for Restraining Order.
January 7, 1972 Hearing of the application for issuance of a restraining order was
conducted. Defendants together with Atty. Alvin Garcia, were
directed to appear and show cause why the Court Restraining
Order should not be granted.
January 7, 1972 Pedro C. Son, Nicetas Joaquino and Jose Bontuyan wrote a letter
to the Honorable Cebu Provincial Governor Osmundo Rama to
issue an order to the Board of Election Tellers who were
previously appointed by him to suspend the holding of the
election of Barrio San Jose until further orders from the Governor.
The said Memorandum was duly issued and received by
Chairman Lilia Cogtas on the same date.
January 8, 1972 Hon. Judge Francisco Tantuico Jr. denied the prayer for the
issuance of a restraining order.
January 9, 1972 First Election of Barrio San Jose was conducted and the Board of
Election Tellers prepared the minutes of the election and the
February 4, 1972 City Council Secretary Leodegario C. Salazar wrote a letter to the
Talamban Barangay Council, informing that their petition has been
placed on the Agenda of Regular Session on February 14, 1972.
December 18, 1972 The Cebu City Council in a Resolution No. 1762 approved the
City Ordinance No. 813 amending Section 1 of Ordinance
No. 733 creating the three sitios in Talamban namely
Kapangi-an, Buljo and Kantomagsing and a portion of sitio
Panuayon into a new barrio to be known as Barrio San Jose and
defining therein the boundary lines separating the mother barrio
and the newly created barrio.
December 26, 1972 Court of First Instance Brancy VI Presiding Judge Francisco
Tantuico Jr. issued an order dismissing the Civil Case No.
R-12511 for lack of interest and failure to prosecute that case
within a reasonable time by reason of failure of therein plaintiff
to have summons served on the defendants through the sheriff
assigned for proper service.
December 29, 1972 Plaintiff filed a Motion for Reconsideration of the Dismissal Order.
January 22, 1973 The Court denied the same.
June 8, 1975 Barangay Talamban Council, resolved to authorize Atty. Pedro C.
Son to represent Barangay Talamban as counsel.
May 17, 1976 Barrio Captain Rolando Basirgo cannot function anymore due to
his work and transfer of residence, left his duties and
respondibilities to the Barrio Secretary Lorenza Borces. He gave
the authority to Lorenza to act on his behalf, to attend ABC
meetings and to follow up the different projects. The Barrio
Council then signed an affidavit authorizing Lorenza Borces to
do the same.
August 11, 1976 Cebu City Mayor Eulogio Borres wrote a letter to Talamban
Barangay Captain Jose Bontuyan that Barrio San Jose is a duly
May 17, 1982 The residents of Barangay San Jose held their Second Election
and the Board of Election Tellers prepared the minutes of the
Election and Election Returns. Mrs. Lorenza Borces was then
elected the 2nd San Jose Barrio Captain.
June 20, 1983 A Pre-Trial Order was issued by the Court.
September 20, 1983 Hearing was conducted at which Lilia Cogtas, testified as a hostile
November 21, 1983 Upon agreement of the parties, the court reset the hearing on
January 20, 1984, at which date both parties would propose
stipulation of facts afterwhich they shall close their respective
cases and submit memorandum.
June 17, 1985 Both counsels of the Plaintiff and Respondents close their
respective cases for the decision of the Court.
June 21, 1985 Both counsels officially submitted the above stipulation of facts in
a Civil Case No. R-20503, Talamban Barangay Council
represented by Atty Pedro C. Son VS City Council of Cebu
represented by Fiscal Salvador C. Solima at the sala of Presiding
Judge Juan Y. Reyes of the Regional Trial Court Branch XIV.
March 15, 1986 Presiding Judge Juan Y. Reyes issued the decision in favor of City
of Cebu and the Barangay San Jose, and upholds its creation as
certainly a de facto local unit impliedly recognized by the new
April 4, 1986 Atty Pedro C. Son, counsel of Talamban Barangay Council not
satisfied with the decision rendered by the Regional Trial Court,
appealed the case to Intermediate Appellate Court, Manila on
questions of facts and law.
April 8, 1986 Presiding Judge Juan Y. Reyes ordered the transmittal of the
entire original records of the case to the Intermediate Appellate
Court with all pages thereof prominently numbered consecutively.
June 11, 1992 The Court of Appeals XIII Division before Associate Justices Justo
P. Torres Jr., Arturo B. Buena and Pacita Canizares-Nye in its
Case No. CA-G.R. No. 16391-CV rendered the decision affirming
the March 15, 1986 Appealed Decision of the Regional Trial
Court, and accordingly upholds that Ordinance No. 733 as
amended by Ordinance No. 813 providing for the creation of
Barrio San Jose is valid and binding, being within the power of
the City Council of Cebu to enact.
People of San Jose, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
- Population of San Jose, CITY OF CEBU as of 2020 census: 8,027
Local Government Unit LGU of San Jose, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
- Elected officials of San Jose for the term of 2018-2020
- Punong Barangay: Joventino Arciete Ardaba
- Sangguniang members:
- Edgardo Cogtas Borces
- Pablo Perez Bondaug III
- Dante Vecina Gabato
- Mary Jane Miñoza
- Warlito Cumahig Cesa
- Lindsay Nambatac Bontilao
- PorfirioLato Capin
- Sk ChairpersonCarlo Maglinte Codeniera
- Barangay Secretary : ROVIE SIABOC/LORELIE TUICO
- Barangay Treasurer : GENARA SANCHEZ
- Elected officials of San Jose for the term of 2013-2016-18
- Punong Barangay Ardaba, Joventino Arciete
- Barangay Kagawad Bondaug, Pablo Iii Perez
- Barangay Kagawad Borces, Edgardo Cogtas
- Barangay Kagawad Gabato, Salvacion Vecina
- Barangay Kagawad Miñoza, Bonifacio Seno
- Barangay Kagawad Borces, Edel Opigal
- Barangay Kagawad Cesa, Warlito Comahig
- Barangay Kagawad Cadungog, Jenysel Limotan
- Elected officials of San Jose for the term of 2010-2013
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Punong Barangay (Chairman), Joventino A Ardaba
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Kagawad 1, Edgardo C Borces
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Kagawad 2, Emma C Limotan
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Kagawad 3, Pablo O Bondaug Jr
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Kagawad 4, Jenysel L Cadungog
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Kagawad 5, Myrna Limotan
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Kagawad 6, Josefina P Bontilao
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, Kagawad 7, Salvacion V Gabato
- Cebu, Cebu City (Capital), San Jose, SK Chairman, Cladith Bontilao
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Fiestas and Traditions of San Jose, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Fiesta date of Barangay's Patron Saint Senior San Jose is on every fist day of May, which coincides with the labor day of the philippines.
There are 5 Puroks in San Jose, Cebu City:
- Purok 5 Upper - Sr. Santo Nino 4th Saturday of January
- Purok 5 Center - Sr. Santo Nino 4th Saturday of January
- Purok 5 Lower - St. Santo Nino 4th Saturday of January
- Purok 2 Minoza- St. Santo Nino 3rd Saturday of January
- Purok 3 New - San Pedro Calungsod 3rd Saturday of April
- Barangay Fiesta- Sr. San Jose 1st Saturday of May
- Purok 1 old - Sr. San Roque 2nd Saturday of July
- Purok 3 old - Sr. San Roque 2nd Saturday of September
- Purok 4 old - Sr. San Roque 14th day of September
- Purok 2 old - Sr. San Roque 3rd Saturday of September
- Purok 2 old - Sr. San Miguel 4th Saturday of September
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- ILOILO CITY, April 27-May 2, 2015 (PNA) – Some 5,000 bikers are expected to join the second Iloilo Bike Festival slated April 27-May 2, 2015 as the city continues to aspire to become a bike-able walkable metropolis. The activity that supported by the John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU) and Megaworld Iloilo aims to promote Iloilo as a safe and bike friendly city, promote the share-a-road movement encourage Ilonggos to commute via biking and raise Ilonggos awareness on the benefits of biking on health, safety and environment concerns. Read More....
- CYCLING Le Tour de Filipinas 2015 set as country celebrates 60 years of top-caliber cycling Feb 1 to Feb 4 2015 - View the result of the race: A four stage race. Stage 1 starts in Balanga and back to Balanga for a 126K race Feb 1, 2015 (Sunday); stage 2 starts in Balanga, Bataan to Iba, Zambales for a 154.7 K race Feb 2, 2015 (Monday); stage 3 starts in Iba, Zambales to Lingayen, Pangasinan for a 150.1K race Feb 3, 2015 (Tuesday); stage 4 starts in Lingayen, Pangasinan to Baguio City, Benguet for a 101.7K race Feb 4, 2015 (Wednesday). For a total distance of 532.5 Kms. Read More >>>
- Ronda Pilipinas: Feb 8 - 27 2015:>> Discovering young riders for the national team will be the main objective of the LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2015 when the country’s premiere cycling race hits the road on Feb. 8 in Butuan City. Ronda Pilipinas executive project director Moe Chulani said the international multistage bikathon, which ends on Feb. 27, will have two qualifying legs of four stages each in Mindanao and the Visayas where the top riders will advance to face a tough foreign challenge in the six-stage Luzon finale. Read More>>>
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Featured News of The Philippines
Updated: September 21, 2023
Siquijor ventures into chocolate making.
DUMAGUETE CITY – The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) sees Siquijor as another province producing high-quality chocolates. Engineer Mario dela Peña, DOST-Siquijor provincial director, told the Philippine News Agency on Thursday that the department is assisting micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the island province to embark on chocolate making as a new or added source of income. “We just learned that we can find the Creole cacao in Siquijor, whose beans or seeds are of higher quality," dela Peña said. "You cannot just find this anywhere, and somebody who grows this variety has offered to provide seedlings,” he said.
Taal's renewed 'vog' emissions affect health of students, crops
BATANGAS CITY – The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) has called on school authorities in affected Batangas town to hold online classes to keep students safely at home amid Taal Volcano’s renewed spewing of volcanic smog or “vog”. In an interview on Thursday, Dr. Amor Banuelos-Calayan, PDRRMO head, revealed that her office has just received a report that several high school students from Balete town experienced skin irritation, breathing difficulties, and some even had asthma attacks. Apart from the human health toll, municipal officials in Balete have also reported an estimated PHP1.9-million damage to agriculture as highly acidic vog particles settle on top of crops.
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