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Parañaque City Mayor Florencio Bernabe, Jr. (second from left) is awarded a water-themed painting by Artist Ivan Acuña; the MWSI Special Partnership Award; and a plaque of recognition from Maynilad officials (from left) President and CEO Victorico P. Vargas, Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan, Chief Operations Officer Herbert M. Consunji and Chief Finance Officer Randolph T. Estrellado during the 5th Anniversary Celebrations of the Maynilad Water Services Inc. which was held recently at the SM Mall of Asia. The Special Partnership Award was given in recognition of the contribution of the Parañaque City Government and Mayor Jun Bernabe for the continued expansion of MWSI water services in the city. (Photo By: Jun Budlat)
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PIA Press Release
Monday, January 16, 2012

QC gov’t reminds deadline for renewal of liquor permit

QUEZON CITY, January 16 (PIA) - The Quezon City (QC) government reminded business establishments serving liquor, especially funhouses and even small sari-sari stores, to apply for or renew their liquor permit before January 20 to avoid penalty or being banned from selling alcoholic beverages.

QC Liquor Licensing and Regulatory Board chairman Alberto Galarpe said, business establishments that would fail to have their liquor permit renewed shall be given cease and desist orders banning them from serving liquors, including beer to customers and shall be required to pay the 20 percent penalty of the amount of liquor fees to be paid.

The QC LLRB chief said that requirements for application include mayor’s permit while those for renewal are copies of the previous year’s liquor permit and the official receipt of the fees for the said permit. No other clearance is required, he added.

QC Mayor Herbert M. Bautista is urging taxpaying public to beat the deadline for payment of business permit so they can avail themselves of the discount given by the city government.

The mayor stressed that failure to pay on time will incur 25 percent penalty and 2 percent surcharge.

He added that tax-generating offices in QC Hall has already extended working days and hours to serve taxpayers paying their business taxes and fees for the first quarter payment. (RJB/AKG-PIA-NCR/QC-PIO)

 
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