TAGBILARAN CITY.The revamp of the Land Transportation Office by the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has yielded assignments of new LTO chiefs for Bohol’s three offices, news report said. The rearrangement was the consequence of what the DOTC has pointed out, so affected heads could not tamper with documents while their offices aresubjected to audit in region 7. Sec. Joseph Emilio Abaya of the DOTC has issued the said reshuffling, the report quoting LTO-7 acting regional director Arnel Tancinco as saying. DOTC designated Erwin Patalingjug as his city?s LTO chief; Angeles Enoc for LTO Talibon extension office; and Samuel Alabat, who was then assigned here, for LTO Jagna town, the report said. Rosenda Esoy is also assigned in this city, the report added.
Other affected by LTO?s revamp includes: Armando Avila head of LTO Carcar, Cebu district office; Eugene Gador ? Mandaue; Adela Ybañez Talisay City, Cebu; Vicente Gador, Jr. Toledo City; Fernando Bustillos Cebu City licensing center; Cynthia Duterte II ? Mandaue City licensing center; Francisco Nailon Sr. SM City; Macario Getaruelas ? Medellin, Cebu; Maria Deanna Grace Nosdo Lapulapu City; Alberta Janine Lawas Bayawan City, Negros Oriental; Lourdes Villegas Bais City, Negros Or.; Marliza Elesterio Dumaguete City; and Agnes Pinili Robinsons satellite office, Dumaguete City.