Renewal of business permits until Jan. 20 only

first_img“Upon release sang business permit, i-releaseman ining other permits and licensesunlike before when ang releasing sang sanitary and tourism permit after na sang pag-release sang business permit. After nilakuha business permit, makadto pa silasa tourism office to apply for atourism license, same man sa CityHealth for sanitary permit,” Tabud said. “If he (Tabud) cannot do it, he can resign,”said Treñas./PN * Jan. 18 – Saturday According to Business Permits andLicensing Office (BPLO) head Norman Tabud, the “one-stop shop” for businesspermit renewal is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays and from 8 a.m. to 5p.m. on weekends. “Nag-createna ko gani task force para mabuligan sya,” stressed the mayor. “For mobile canteen/food truckbusiness, kinahanglan naton sangordinance para ma-regulate sila,” said Tabud. This year, it projects to release anadditional 2,000 permits. * Jan. 11 – Saturday * Jan. 4 – Saturday “One of the challenges is locatingwhere they are,” said Tabud. * Jan. 19 – Sunday City hall will be open on weekends –Saturday and Sunday – to accommodate applicants. * Jan. 12 – Sunday It recently came to Treñas’ attention that aseptic tank desludging company has long been operating without a businesspermit. He also acknowledged the existence ofonline businesses. But while some apply for business permit, others do not, helamented. The most prevalent type of businesses in thecity were in wholesale trade and merchandising, followed by the food andbeverage and hospitality sectors, with real estate and leasing coming infourth. These weekends are the following: ILOILO City – The renewal of businesspermits will be until Jan. 20 only. Iloilo City Hall. IAN PAUL CIRDERO/PN Tabud was recently criticized by MayorJerry Treñas for complaining that the BPLO did not have enough logistics tocheck if some businesses were operating without permits. BPLO’s 2018 data showed that the businesssector here was predominantly made up of microenterprises – around 90 percentof which had asset size of not more than P3 million. The BPLO has improved its processes,said Tabud. The business permit together with fire safety inspectioncertificate, sanitary permit and tourism permit are issued all at once. Last year, the BPLO issued permits toa total of 16,391 businesses. Tabud said most of the businesses hereare in retail and wholesale and tourism-related such as food and accommodation. * Jan. 5 – Sundaylast_img

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