April 1, 2024- ASCOT President Renato G. Reyes met with the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources (PENRO), headed by Aflredo B. Collado, at the PENRO Aurora Conference Hall.

During the meeting, President Reyes emphasized the importance of defining the boundaries of ASCOT’s land area to ensure its preservation. Despite ASCOT’s existing Proclamation No. 559 and RA 7664 on its land area, discussions are underway to establish clear boundaries for the three campuses: (Zabali) Baler, (Bazal) Maria Aurora, and (Esteves) Casiguran.

In addition to land titling discussions, ASCOT also sought assistance from DENR in acquiring seedlings. These seedlings will be used to create green belts across ASCOT’s three campuses, further enhancing the environmental landscape and promoting sustainability initiatives.

In the meeting were Jimmy G. Aberin (CENRO Dingalan), Zarah S. Agbayani (Chief Technical Services Division), Imelda B. Rubio (Land Management Officer III), Nerissa S. Espiritu (Development Management Officer III), Rogelio G. Corales (Engineer III, Chief Regulating and Permitting Section), and Renz Karlo Mangalonzo (SurveyMan-CENRO Dingalan).

In ASCOT, with the President, Engr. Oscar S. Barawid (VP for Finance, Planning, and Administration); Atty. Karl Thomas D. Olivar (Legal Officer IV); Diana Rose P. de Mesa-Amazona( Information Officer III); Kristine S. Somera (Planning Officer I); and Maribeth Morada, (AAVI).

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