Mahintana, in partnership with LGU Polomolok, Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO)-Polomolok, Municipal Police Station – Polomolok (PMPS) and partner BLGUs (Landan, Cannery Site, Kinilis, Maligo, Lamcaliaf, Polo, Upper Klinan, and Pobalcion) , conducted a Barangay Bantay Gully Task Force Orientation, MOA Signing and Planning was held on February 13, 2019 at Esma Restaurant, Brgy. Cannery Site, Polomolok.
The BBGTF aims to protect and preserve the gully’s natural resources, to promote and improve the social and economic well-being of the Brgy. Bantay Gully Task Force members and to develop their skills and capabilities. The Task Force Bantay Gully shall serve as an extension of the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Enforcers (MENREs) on the gullies/dry creeks. It was agreed that a schedule will be set for monitoring and ODK Training and capacity building of BBGTF per partner barangay.