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Makilala

Municipality Of Makilala

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Makilala logoThe Municipality of Makilala which is a First Class municipality and formerly a baranggay with a name of “Lamitan” was created by virtue of Executive Order No. 63 issued on September 8, 1954 by then President of the Philippines, Ramon Magsaysay.

Makilala is a tagalong word meaning “To be Known” which is derived from the combination of the first syllables of the three big barrios of the area. These are Malasila, kisante and Lamitan and an additional “la” was added to attain its tagalog term.

Geography
The municipality of Makilala is located on the south-east portion of Cotabato Province and the last town going to Davao City. It is bounded by the municipality of Kidapawan in the North, Municipality of M’lang in the west, Province of Davao Del Sur in the south and the Municipality of Tulunan in the south-east.

Natural Resources
Their agricultural land mostly planted with rubber, rice, coconut, coffee, bananan, vegetables and famous fruits such as durian, marang, rambutan and mangosteen.

Industries
Industries in Makilala are Rubber Industry, Woodworks and Agri-industrial products.

Major firms are STANFILCO-DOLE , engaged in cavendish production and rubber processing companies like STANDECO, FARMA, MRDI, PIONEER, LASRI, MRI, and DAVCO. Major wood processing company is RNF Summit.  Visit Website

MUNICIPALITY OF MAKILALA

 

Date of Creation: September 8, 1954

Land Area (Has): 30,750 (NAMRIA)

Income Classification: 1st Class

Population: 77,508 (2010 NSO Survey)

Population Density (2010): 252.06 (Persons/sq.km.)

Registered Voters (2010): 40,063

No. of Barangays: 38

 

Festival:

SINAB’BDAN FESTIVAL  (October 10) is a festivity celebrating the oneness and unity of the tri-people of the Municipality of Makilala.

Hon. Rudy S. Caoagdan
Municipal Mayor
Hon. Ricky A. Cua
Vice Mayor
                                 

                                MUNICIPAL COUNCILORS

Hon. Ryan D. Tabanay                                        Hon. Manuel C. Lalaguna

Hon. Rene G. Molina                                           Hon. Carlfred R. Respicio

Hon. Cesar Rafael L. Ipong                                 Hon. Pedro L. Ang

Hon. Madonna I. Dizon                                        Hon. Katherine D. Dela Cruz

BARANGAYBARANGAYÿCAPTAINNSO POPULATION (2010)
1. BATASANCESAR E. BANGOT2,428
2. BATOSOLOCIANO E. MANGGUE1,134
3. BIANGANREYNALDO D. MONREAL827
4. BUENA VIDAAURELIO A. TAJANTAJAN1,561
5. BUHAYMADID P. PALAWAN1,601
6. BULAKANONRIZAL D. MANGLICMOT2,060
7. CABILAOANNA LEE F. VILLAS935
8. CONCEPCIONEDUARD M. LAMAY1,246
9. DAGUPANRODIGELDO P. AMBROSIO675
10. GARSIKAOLEGARIO Q. CAGAS1,423
11. GUANGANARMANDO M. YABUT, SR.653
12. INDANGANARTEMIO M. EDIS, SR.2,139
13. JOSE RIZALJUAN M. ABANTES1,576
14. KATIPUNAN IIEMMA P. ANDOY752
15. KAWAYANONQUIRINO P. ALABA, SR.830
16. KISANTEANATALIO P. ABENG, SR.4,434
17. LEBOCEANTONIO D. LUAYON343
18. LIBERTADELADIO S. CAC1,296
19. LUAYONMARISSA F. LUMAYON2,420
20. LUNA NORTEIDA VIOLA E. PACIFICO1,398
21. LUNA SURVICTOR A. SUMALINOG1,128
22. MALABUANALEX C. LALAGUNA1,483
23. MALASILAMELVIN O. FORTAJADA6,241
24. MALUNGONALLEN A. DABUCON800
25. NEW BAGUIONOEL O. LADAGA1,361
26. NEW BULATUKANHERACLEO C. PEPITO1,994
27. NEW CEBURONNIE A. ENGALLA981
28. NEW ISRAELEDUARDO C. DELFIN, SR.1,625
29. OLD BULATUKANBASILIO T. GUINANG2,255
30. POBLACIONERIC E. QUIBOD10,263
31. RODEROESTERLITA D. RABINA1,102
32. SAGUINGNESTOR N. ROQUE6,193
33. SAN VICENTENESTOR A. BAUTISTA5,566
34. STA. FELOMINAALFREDO D. HAPAY1,817
35. SINKATULANMARIO N. BANAIS1,445
36. STO. NI¥OGIL A. MATEO1,450
37. TALUNTALUNANELEAZER P. DARAMAYO1,392
38. VILLAFLORESTEODORO F. ORBITA681
 

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