TUBOD, Lanao del Norte – Municipal Treasurers of this Province, recently gathered for the Year-End Treasury Assessment for Calendar Year 2021, held at the Multi-Purpose Hall, Capitol Grounds, Pigcarangan Tubod.
 
The said meeting paved the way to raise concerns and updates with regards to the functions of the Provincial Treasurer’s Office (PTO) and the Municipal Treasurers’ Association of the Philippines (MUNTAP) in the disposition of local government funds and on such other matters relative to public finance.
 
“Since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, we never got the chance to meet personally,” Mildred J Hingco, Provincial Treasurer, said.
 
Aside from the Real Property Tax (RPT) target setting to have effective tax collection strategies to improve the financial status of the Province, they also took that time to give recognition and honor to the Municipal Treasurer-retirees and distribute checks from the Regional Association of Treasurers (REGATA)
 
“We are experiencing an increase in the collection because of the RPT amnesty, but we must continue mobilizing our departments for information drive and harmonize our efforts toward a more systematic and orderly performance of our duties as well as with other revenue-generating offices,” Hingco added. PIO-LDN