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 Sometimes referred to its archaic name barrio (abbreviated as Bo.), is the smallest administrative division in the Philippines and is the native Filipino term for a village, district, or ward. In metropolitan areas, the term often refers to an inner city neighbourhood, a suburb, or a suburban neighborhood. The word barangay originated from balangay, a kind of boat used by a group of Austronesian peoples when they migrated to the Philippines. 



 

DISTRICT I
BACSIL
BARORO
NAGSARABOAN
NAGSIMBAANAN
POBLACION
RAOIS

HON. VIRGILLIO C. ANTOLIN
Sangguniang Bayan Member

DISTRICT II
BULALA
CABARSICAN
PANDAN
SIPULO
STA. CRUZ
TAMMOCALAO

HON. EDIJER F. VALMONTE
Sangguniang Bayan Member

DISTRICT III
BALLOGO
GALONGEN
MARAGAYAP
QUIRINO
PAAGAN
UBBOG

HON. FRANCISCO H. FONTANILLA, JR.
Sangguniang Bayan Member

DISTRICT IV
MABANENGBENG I
MABANENGBENG II
NANGALISAN
NARRA
NAGATIRAN
CARCARMAY

HON. FRANKLIN N. ALMODOVAR
Sangguniang Bayan Member

DISTRICT V
BACQUI
BITALAG
CABUGAO
PANGPANG
SAN MARTIN
STA. RITA

HON. TOMAS JOAQUIN B. ORTEGA
Sangguniang Bayan Member

DISTRICT VI
BAGUTOT
CABAROAN
CASIAMAN
SALINCOB
SAPILANG
SAY-OAN

HON. JANE A. GONZALES
Sangguniang Bayan Member

DISTRICT VII
AROSIP
CALAUTIT
GUINABANG
ORTEGA
OYA-OY

HON. FEDERICO R. CORPUZ
Sangguniang Bayan Member

DISTRICT VIII
AGPITAL
BURAYOC
BUSSAOIT
LEGLEG
LISQUEB
ZARAGOSA

HON. OLGA JANE C. PANELO
Sangguniang Bayan Member


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