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A Brief Profile of Barangay 885

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Among the 5 Barangays of Zone 97, District VI of the City of Manila is BARANGAY 885. It is composed of 227 families with an estimated population of 1,030. Barangay 885 is bounded on the East by Begonia Street (Brgy. 886), West by Calderon Street (Brgy. 876), North by New Panaderos Street (Brgy. 889) and South by Barangay 884.

Aside from Police Station No. 6 and St. Francis School, Barangay 885 is proud to have within our area most of the historical and heritage sites of Santa Ana such as the Parish Church of Our Lady of the Abandoned, The Taoist Temple and the miraculous well- Our Lady of the Well all of which dates back for more than a century.

This small community is mostly made up of a majority of middle class families generating most of their income from various public and private employments, small scale business enterprises, professional practices and skills.

Among the various projects offered to our constituents are declogging, beautification, clean and green, solid waste management, sports activities and fitness programs, medical, dental and optical missions, distribution of school supplies, disaster preparedness, livelihood and poverty alleviation trainings, gift-giving, feeding programs, preservation of peace and order, anti-drug campaign programs and more.

Our revenue comes from commercial and business establishments in our area plus taxes derived from real-estate properties. Barangay 885 has a total budget allocation of P 1, 056, 148.14 for the year 2011.


Striking Chair

Saturday, March 10, 2012

I first saw it in a home magazine. Striking color for a chair. It's going to make a good accent. I am talking about the Polywood Adirondack chairs I saw online. It's so nice that I want to have one of my own. I can put it in our house in the province, outdoor. On days that we are there, I can put it under the tree and just laze around, probably read books and drink iced tea. What a wonderful setting, something that you always see in the movies, talking about bliss.


Rivets for your need

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Rivets are mechanical fasteners with a head on one end so as to support and hold tension loads. Like copper nails and clinch bolts work on the same principle as the rivet but were already in use long before the term rivet came about and where they are remembered are usually classified among the nails and bolts. If you are looking for dependable and durable rivets, you can find them at Reid Supply Company which come in aluminum and have different lengths depending upon what material you will be putting them in. You can be sure that they will be secure and hold your fasteners in place.

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