Home > AND ORDINANCE DIVIDING BARANGAY NALSIAN OF CALASIAO, PANGASINAN INTO TWO (2) NEW, SEPARATED DISTINCT AND INDEPENDED BARANGAYS TO BE NAMED AS “BARANGAY NALSIAN NORTE” AND “NALSIAN SUR”
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
THIS lS TO CERTIFY that at the regular session duly constituted of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Province of Pangasinan, held on January 17, 1997 at Lingayen, Pangasinan, the following ordinance was approved:
Provincial Ordinance No. 58-1997
AND ORDINANCE DIVIDING BARANGAY NALSIAN OF CALASIAO, PANGASINAN INTO TWO (2) NEW, SEPARATED DISTINCT AND INDEPENDED BARANGAYS TO BE NAMED AS “BARANGAY NALSIAN NORTE” AND “NALSIAN SUR”
Author/Sponsor: SPMS ANGEL G. BANIQUED / MAC ARTHUR C. SAMSON, JR.
Office of the Governor 2F Capitol Compound, Lingayen, Pangasinan Tel. No. +63 75 632-626
The third biggest province in the Philippines is home to rich and fine salt beds from which its name is derived. The vernacular “panag-asin-an” or Pangasinan means “where salt is made.” The province is known for its abundant natural resources and bountiful harvests both from its vast landscape and seemingly endless seas, as well as various traditional industries and colorful culture and history.
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