One-Stop Shop at City Hall assured

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One-Stop Shop at City Hall assured

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 City Mayor John Geesnell “BABA” Yap with Dr. Apollo John Bernaldez, SPO4 Quinciano Lopena and CTMO Anthony Samante during the coordinative meeting for the one-stop shop.

City Mayor John Geesnell “BABA” Yap with Dr. Apollo John Bernaldez, SPO4 Quinciano Lopena and CTMO Anthony Samante during the coordinative meeting for the one-stop shop.

City Mayor John Geesnell “BABA” Yap did a final check on the establishment of the one-stop shop in a coordinative meeting with the various department heads last week. The City Mayor made sure that it’s “all systems go” for the business permits application slated on January 4 to February 15 next year. Prior to this, series of meetings were already conducted to plan out the process flow of the application. Atty. Kathy Blanche Borja-Jamila called the different department heads to sit down and discuss the various possibilities which would make the processing easier and convenient for the taxpayers. With Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) Head Samuel Belderol, the team has established a systematic flow to hasten the renewal of permits for both businesses and tricycle operators. Dubbed as the “One-Stop Shop”, this all-in-one haven will be situated in the City Hall grounds, fronting the APC building. It will house the key departments needed to facilitate the processing of permits. Leading the pack would be the booth from the BPLO, followed by the City Treasurer’s Office, Office of the Building Official, Zoning, City Health Office, Market, City PNP, City Fire, Department of Trade and Industry, PAG-IBIG, SSS, and PHILHEALTH. A designated area for tricycle inspection is also included. Mayor Yap has adopted this idea to fast track the processing of permits and to make it more convenient to the public.

Requirements should be prepared beforehand to maximize the benefits of the One-Stop Shop. Business establishments should submit the following: 1. An accomplished application form; 2. 2014 Mayor’s Permit or the latest available permit; 3. DTI/SEC Certificate of Registration; 4. Barangay Clearance (owner & employees); 5. Cedula (owner & employees); 6. O.R. 4th Quarter Business Tax; 7. O.R. 2014 Real Property Tax; 8. OBO Clearance (bring 2 pictures of façade of bldg., front & side views); 9. Zoning Clearance; 10. Sanitary Permit, food handlers need to submit an x-ray result, stool exam, and 1×1 picture with white background, while for those non-food, an x-ray result and 1×1 picture are needed; 11. Police Clearance, and 12. PIN Verification from the City Assessor’s Office for Real Estate Lessors/Boarding Houses and for those trying to change location of business.

For those doing business at IBT, Dao, Manga, and Cogon Markets, a clearance from the City Market Administrator and Contract of Lease would be needed. While Van for Hire operators need to submit a Certification of No Delinquency of Rental Fee, O.R. and C.R. from the LTO, Certificate of Franchise from the LTFRB, Inspection Slip, Accomplished Information Sheet, Barangay Clearance and Cedula (Driver), Photocopied Driver’s License, 2 pcs. 2X2 pictures of both the operator and driver.

And to avoid the difficulty of going back and forth getting some needed documents, it is also advised to bring the following requirements if applicable: Lessor’s Permit for those renting spaces, SSS/PHILHEALTH/PAG-IBIG clearances, Professional Tax receipt for practicing professionals, Valid License to operate from the PNP Crame & List of Security Guards (for security agencies), and list of boarders (for boarding houses).

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The steps for the renewal of the tricycle for the Mayor’s permit would entail a shorter route. Starting from the BPLO, the tricycle operator should submit the following requirements for evaluation: 1. Photocopy of the previous Mayor’s Permit; 2. Photocopy of the Certificate of Franchise; 3. Affidavit of Undertaking; 4. Certificate of Registration of the unit; 5. Photocopied O.R. from the LTO; 6. Photocopied Certificate from any Carrier Insurance; 7. Barangay Clearance; 8. Cedula; 9. Traffic Violation Clearance (if any); 10. Tax Clearance; 11. 2 pcs. 2×2 pictures. The tricycle driver, whether part time or full time, should also submit the following requirements: 1. Barangay Clearance; 2. Cedula; 3. Tax Clearance; 4. Health Clearance; 5. Police Clearance; 6. Professional Driver’s License; and 7. 2 pcs. 2X2 pictures.

An Information Help Desk will also be situated in the One-
Stop Shop to address all the concerns of the public.

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