He wants to create a lookout bulletinfor the dissemination of information relative to pursuit of the perpetrators. City Ordinance No. 531, provides thatthe littering of plastics, papers, or any other refuse in open or publicplaces, water ways and recreational areas shall be prohibited, Lopez added./PN Lopez, who heads the SangguniangPanlungsod’s Committee on Environment, passed a resolution enjoining thePhilippine National Police (PNP), Land Transportation Office (LTO), BacolodTraffic Authority Office (BTAO), and other line agencies to conduct a thoroughinvestigation and manhunt operation for the perpetrators who dumped garbage inthe Reclamation Area. “It is highly requested that the PNP,LTO, BTAO and other line agencies to conduct a thorough investigation andpursue charges against perpetrators to give our laws some teeth to it and wouldinstill a sense of discipline to be observed by the residents of the City topromote ecological justice and sustainable development,” Lopez said. According to Lopez, a white pickup truckwas seen unloading wastes matters in bulk at reclamation area recently. Thiswas caught in a photograph that went viral on social media. BACOLOD City – Councilor Carlos JoseLopez is seeking probe into the alleged illegal dumping of garbage at thecity’s Reclamation Area in Barangay 10. Lopez cited that Section 48 of RepublicAct 9003 or known as the “Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of2000” provides that the littering, throwing, dumping of waste matters inpublic places, such as roads, sidewalks, canals, parks, and establishment, orcausing or permitting the same is prohibited. He further said the transport anddumplog in bulk of collected domestic, industrial, commercial, andinstitutional wastes in areas other than centers or facilities prescribe by lawshall upon conviction, be punished with a fine not less than P10,000 but notmore than P200,000 or imprisonment of not less than thirty (30) days but notmore than three years, or both.
The 6-foot, 170-pound point guard had said Syracuse is his “dream school” in an interview with Scout.com’s Evan Daniels in May, but also said Syracuse had slowed his recruitment. Gilbert reportedly took his only official visit to UConn. The Orange’s slowing of its recruitment coincided with Class of 2016 guard Tyus Battle, also an SU target, decommitting from Michigan. Scout ranked the Miller Grove (Georgia) High School product 40th in the Class of 2016, 20 spots lower than Battle.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU would have had 11 scholarship players listed for the 2016-17 season if Gilbert had committed, one more than the NCAA will allow Syracuse to have as a result of NCAA rules violations. A commitment from Providence transfer Paschal Chukwu filled SU’s last available scholarship in 2016-17 and put SU at 11 scholarships in 2015-16.In addition to Gilbert, Syracuse has offered guards Battle, Kobi Simmons and Kevin Huerter in the Class of 2016. Simmons and Huerter are ranked 5th and 63rd, respectively, by Scout. Battle reportedly made an official visit to Syracuse in late June after canceling his visit in May after initially committing to Michigan. Four-star power forward Matthew Moyer is SU’s only commit in the Class of 2016. Comments Published on July 4, 2015 at 9:19 am Contact Chris: email@example.com | @ChrisLibonati Syracuse Class of 2016 target Alterique Gilbert committed to Connecticut on Saturday, he announced via Twitter. Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Syracuse basketball recruiting: Providence transfer Paschal Chukwu to join Orange
Redshirt junior goalie Holly Parker tallied nine saves in the Trojan’s bout with the Anteaters. (Colin Huang | Daily Trojan) “This was a very, very tough game,” Pintaric said. “And it was a good young team with a lot of young players. And with just losing against UCLA in a close game last weekend, it’s always hard emotionally to come back and play next because this is the home opener. So [the] girls had some pressures on and actually I’m very proud of the girls actually coming up with a victory and because mentally it is very hard to play this game.” The win puts the Trojans at 7-1 on the season and in good shape to face the Anteaters again in the Barbara Kalbus Invitational this weekend in Irvine, Calif. Tehaney commented on how the Anteater’s hard press from the beginning was something they were prepared to deal with in order to score. McIntosh would again bring one in to open scoring late in the third after several turnovers and offensive fouls on both sides. With just over 30 seconds left, the Anteaters got one in with sophomore center Piper Smith taking the lead on another power play. The Trojans didn’t let the period end there, with Guiral drawing another 5-meter penalty foul and Mammolito sending one to the back of the cage to bring the game to 6-2. “I think we went into this game knowing that they were going to press us really hard,” Tehaney said. “So driving a lot and just making sure [to get] open, it was a key part. And you knew that they’re a hard-pressing team, so it was knowing beforehand.” The Trojans came into the first period strong with back-to-back goals from sophomore driver Grace Tehaney, the first within 30 seconds of the opening buzzer. With a goal from senior driver Denise Mammolito on a power play and a 5-meter penalty shot from senior driver Kelsey McIntosh drawn by sophomore 2-meter Mireia Guiral, the Trojans were up with 4 unanswered points. After preventing points from three straight UCI 6-on-5s, the Anteater’s junior attacker Calysa Toledo was able to slip one in to bring the score 4-1 going into halftime. “I always tell my team to be aggressive,” said head coach Marko Pintaric of the power play opportunities that were missed. “The best way to score in six-on-five is, you know, right at the beginning when a quick, you know, when when defense is not settled yet.“So I emphasize that before the meeting, I think we were not aggressive enough.” The No. 3 USC women’s water polo team held off a late-game goal surge from visiting No. 6 UC Irvine this Saturday at its season’s home opener at Uytengsu Aquatics Center to defeat the Anteaters 9-6. The Trojans were resilient, and senior drivers McIntosh and Elise Stein saw to it that their two goals late in the fourth would go unanswered, along with redshirt junior goalie Holly Parker bringing her save total to 9 to seal the game total at 9-6. As the fourth brought a four-goal surge from the Anteaters, it would be the Trojan senior line, with key assists from Tehaney, that kept the team from falling under. The Anteaters scored back-to-back on a power play and in even strength within the first few minutes of the period, but Mammolito answered back with a point on the power play. The Anteaters brought another set of back-to-back scores to bring the game to 7-6 with under five minutes to go.