Governance

SIXTH CONGRESS OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

SECOND SESSION

BEGUN and held in the city of Manila on Monday, the twenty third day of January, nineteen hundred and sixty seven.

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 4868

 AN ACT CREATING THE MUNICIPALITY OF LUTAYAN, PROVINCE OF COTABATO

 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative in the Philippines in congress assembled.

Section 1.

Barrious Lutayan, Bayasong, Tamnag, Antong, Blingkong, Bulok, Talik, Kolandok and Mamali, Municipality of Buluan, Province of Cotabato are separated from the said Municipality and constituted into a distinct and independent Municipality of Lutayan, same province, the seat of the new Municipality shall be the present site of barrio Tamnag.

The boundaries of the new municipality shall be; beginning from the corner point of the boundary lines of Buluan and Columbio and along the boundary line of Koronadal, going due west following the boundary line of Koronadal and Buluan, at the distance of 9,000 meters more or less, hence north 38 degrees 30 east passing the eastern sitio of Tugal and Maindang at a distance of 2,300 meters more or less of 3,500 meters more or less, hence due north passing at about one (1) kilometre north of Sumagulong until intersects the boundary line of Buluan and     Columbio at a distance of 6,000 meters more or less; hence south 26 degrees zero minute east following the boundary line of Buluan and Columbio to the point of bringing at a distance of 9,400 meters more or less.

Section 2.

The first Mayor, Vice Mayor and Councilors of the Municipality shall be elected in the next general election for Local Officials in 1967 and have qualified.

Section 3.

This act shall take effect upon its approval.

APPROVED

(SGD) GIL J. PUYAT                                  (SGD) JOSE P. LAUREL

President  of the Senate                         Speaker of the House of Representative

 

Finally Passed by the Senate on                     This act which originally in the House of

February 13, 1967                                           Representative was finally

Passed by the same on March 17, 1967

 

(SGD) ELESIO  M. TENZA                                    (SGD) INOCENCIO  PAREJA

Secretary of Senate                                  Secretary of the House of Representative

 

APPROVED:

 

(SGD) FERDINAND E. MARCOS

President of the Philippines

CHAPTER   I – GENERAL OVERVIEW

 HISTORY

IN THE LARGE COTABATO  EMPIRE, Lutayan  was already a thickly  populated community that existed several years prior to the migration of settlers from Visayas and Luzon provinces. The developed  economic activities were in place and barter trading  was the most popular mode of commerce practiced by the traders.

Aside from horses, Carabao and similar animals, the traders travelled by boat  through rivers, lakes and swamps. These trips took several number of hours and days and the travellers became weary and tired  upon reaching  Lutayan where they stopped to rest and refresh themselves. The word coming  on the mouth of the people when they stopped to rest was “LUTAY”, a Maguindanaon vernacular  for exhaustion , hence , the name Lutayan where people to rest before continuing their trips stick up to this day.

 

The Municipality of Lutayan was formerly a barrio of Buluan, Cotabato now Maguindanao. The eleven sitios of then barangay Lutayan were converted  into regular  barangays when Republic Act  No. 4864 was enacted by Congress and signed into law by former President Ferdinand E. Marcos on May 8,1967. The population of Lutayan at that time  of its creation  comprised of 70% Muslims, 25% settlers, 5% Highlanders and other Ethnic  groups

Six months after the creation  in May 1967, the first election was held  to form  the set of officials  to run the affairs of new born Municipality. Bai Salilang Mangelen  was elected Municipal Mayor   and Juan Lacamento was also elected as vice mayor  together  with six municipal councillors. Starting  from nothing ,the new set of officials worked hard to start  the building  and growth of the municipality.

When the province of Sultan   Kudarat was created in 1973 by virtue of Presidential Decree      No. 341, Lutayan became part of the political jurisdiction of the said province.

 

LOCATION  AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION

Lutayan Municipality  is located on the eastern portion of the province  some fifty (50) kilometres from the capital of the province, Isulan.its boundaries are: East Columbio; West – President Quirino; North – Lake Buluan; South Koronadal, South Cotabato.

 

CLIMATE

Lutayan falls under fourth type of climate which is characterized  by a more or less even distribution of rainfall throughout the year.

HUMAN RESOURCES

In the National Census of 2010 the population of the municipality is 56,179 with 11, 060 as the total number of household and has 5.08 average household size . The annual Growth rate of the municipality is 3.23%.

TOPOGRAPHY

The municipality has a total land area of 27,100 hectares with eleven barangays, nine of these are considerable plain and two have mountainous range on their eastern side making boarders with that of the Municipality of Columbio. Its plain area is suited to all kinds of crops such as rice, corn, cotton, coconut, vegetables, fruit trees and plantation crops. The Buayan River passing along the boundary line is the source of irrigation system of the municipality. The lake Buluan and the low land areas are utilized for fish pens, fish cages, fish ponds and other aqua culture projects. The upland area are particularly barangays Palavilla, Sampao, and Sisiman are utilized to corn and cotton production and zone plans foe low areas of the lake, forest and water resources like spring for water supply and irrigation are being undertaken to tapped these abundant natural resources of the municipality.

 

 

Physical Resources

 

Lutayan has a total land area of  27,100 hectares  kilometres. It is 68 kms from Isulan, the provincial capital of Sultan Kudarat. Its topography ranges from flat lowlands and marshland to hilly land. The municipality has four (4) type of climate, characterized by an even distribution of rainfall throughout the year. This makes most parts of the municipality very well suited to crop and livestock production. The dry months extend from October to March, while the rainy season lasts from April to September.

 

CHAPTER  II – DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

 Total population, Household Population and Number of Households of Lutayan by Barangay as of May 2010         

BARANGAY POPULATION NO. OF HOUSEHOLD AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Urban
Tamnag 7637 856 8.92
Blingkong 6134 1216 5.04
Sub-Total                            13,771                           2,072 6.65
Rural
Antong 3215 691 4.65
Bayasong 3733 735 5.08
Lutayan Proper 9468 2061 4.59
Maindang 4260 887 4.80
Mamali 6309 1243 5.08
Manili 3200 716 4.47
Sampao 3443 546 6.31
Sisiman 4171 695 6.00
Palavilla 4609 1414 3.26
Sub-Total                            42,408                           8,988 4.72
Total                            56,179                         11,060 5.08

 Source of Data:   NSO

PROJECTED POPULATION BY BARANGAY

 

BARANGAY 2010 Base Year POPULATION
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Urban  
     Tamnag 7637 7884 8138 8401 8673     8,953 9242 9540 9849 10167 10495
     Blingkong 6134 6332 6537 6748 6966     7,191 7423 7663 7910 8166 8430
Sub-Total 13771 14216 14675 15149 15638 16143 16665 17203 17759 18332 18925
Rural  
     Antong 3215 3319 3426 3537 3651 3769 3891 4016 4146 4280 4418
    Bayasong 3733 3854 3978 4107 4239 4376 4517 4663 4814 4969 5130
     Lutayan                                       Proper 9468 9774 10090 10415 10752 11099 11458 11828 12210 12604 13011
     Maindang 4260 4398 4540 4686 4838 4994 5155 5322 5494 5671 5854
     Mamali 6309 6513 6723 6940 7164 7396 7635 7881 8136 8399 8670
     Manili 3200 3303 3410 3520 3634 3751 3872 3998 4127 4260 4398
     Sampao 3443 3554 3669 3788 3910 4036 4167 4301 4440 4583 4731
     Sisiman 4171 4306 4445 4588 4737 4890 5047 5211 5379 5553 5732
     Palavilla 4609 4758 4912 5070 5234 5403 5578 5758 5944 6136 6334
Sub-Total 42408 43778 45192 46651 48158 49714 51320 52977 54688 56455 58278
Total 56179 57994 59867 61800 63797 65857 67984 70180 72447 74787 77203

Source: MPDO

 

 

POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY AGE GROUP AND GENDER

 

AGE GROUP 2007 2010
MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL
Under 1 308         280         588 335         304         639
1 – 4 2,675      2,546      5,221 2,911      2,764      5,675
5 – 9 4,230      3,837      8,067 4,599      4,172      8,771
10 – 14 4,200      3,934      8,134 4,569      4,273      8,842
15 – 19 2,770      2,612      5,382 3,014      2,842      5,856
20 – 24 1,654      1,781      3,435 1,815      1,943      3,758
25 – 29 2,218      2,446      4,664 2,419      2,667      5,086
30 – 34 2,135      2,161      4,296 2,325      2,353      4,678
35 – 39 2,606      2,462      5,068 2,835      2,679      5,514
40 – 44 1,517      1,090      2,607 1,644      1,181      2,825
45 – 49 825         713      1,538 876         804      1,680
50 – 54 522         422         944 567         458      1,025
55 – 59 361         284         645 392         309         701
60 – 64 256         204         460 267         221         488
65 – 69 142         132         274 154         135         289
70 – 74 86           66         152 104           76         180
75 – 79 34           37           71 39           43           82
80 and over 40           52           92 43           47           90
Total 26,579     25,059     51,638 28,908     27,271     56,179

 

            Source of data:   NSO/MPDO

Existing Land Use by Barangay according to classification as Tax Map

 

Barangay Agr’l. Land Res. Land Comm’l. Land Institutional Total Land
Antong 625.7856 6.0503 1.2645 633.1004
Bayasong 438.9717 1.0000 438.9717
Blingkong 777.9759 8.5474 4.7799 791.3032
Lutayan Proper 701.4305 0.4500 1.0000 2.0000 704.8805
Maindang 651.1906 1.0000 652.1906
Mamali 805.7341 1.0000 806.7344
Manili 497.4821 1.6279 3.3918 502.5018
Palavilla 937.0633 0.3100 2.3966 939.7699
Sampao 1006.3349 1.0000 1,007.3349
Sisiman 958.9462 1.0000 959.9462
Tamnag (Poblacion) 634.1009 18.9228 2.0399 8.5645 663.6281
Total 8,039.0158 35.9084 3.0399 27.3973 8,101.3614

Source of Data:   MASSO

 

 

The Whole Municipality of Lutayan as of 2002 (In Hectare)

Barangay As Tax Map Public Land

Mt. Ranges / Lake

Total Land Area
Antong 633.1004 633.1004
Bayasong 439.9717 2,205.8055 2,645.7772
Blingkong 791.3032 791.3032
Lutayan Proper 704.8805 2,747.1351 3,452.0156
Maindang 652.1906 652.1906
Mamali 806.7341 1,989.4939 2,746.2280
Manili 502.5018 502.5018
Palavilla 939.7699 2,060.0072 2,999.7771
Sampao 1,007.3349 1,996.3053 3,003.6402
Sisiman 959.9462 7,999.8916 8,959.8378
Tamnag (Poblacion) 663.6281 663.6281
Total 8,101.3614 18,998.6386 27,100.0000

Source of Data:   MAO

 

CHAPTER  III  –  SOCIAL SERVICES SECTOR

 

  • Crude Birth Rate (CBR) and Crude Death Rate (CDR) for the Last Five Year 2007 to 2012

 The crude birth rate of the municipality in 2012 is placed at 20.77. There is an estimated 20 live births per 1000 population.   Compared to the 2010 CBR of 17.98, a 0.3 percent increase is noted.

The crude death rate of the municipality is placed at 1.36. This translates to an estimated average ratio of 1 death per 1000 population in the calendar year of 2012. Compared to 2010 with a CDR of 0.94, an increase of 0.8 percent is noted.

 

Period CBR % Increase/ Decrease from Previous Year CDR % Increase/ Decrease from Previous Year
2008 23.57   0.68
2009 19.3 -4.27 0.98 0.3
2010 17.98 -1.32 0.94 -0.04
2011 22.91 4.93 1.28 0.34
2012 20.77 -2.14 1.36 0.08

 

  • Literacy Rate of population 5 years Old and Over, by sex 2010

The Literacy Rate of Municipality of Lutayan for population 5 years old and over based on Census 2010 is 70.87% or 35,339 persons and the illiteracy rate is 29.13% or 14,256 persons.

It was noticed that there are more female who can actually read and write a short or simple statement compare to male.

Male Female Both Sexes
NO. % No. % No. %
Population 5 years old and over 25662 51.46 24203 48.54 49865 100
Literate 17,898 17,441 35,339
     Literacy Rate (%) 69.75 72.06 70.87
Illiterate 7,764 6,762 14,526
     Illiteracy Rate (%) 30.25 27.94 29.13
TOTAL 25,662 24,203 49864

      Source: NSO, ALS

 

  • Labor Force

 The labor force are comprises of people 15 years and older who meet the definition of the economically active population, and all people who supply labor for the production of goods and services during specified period. It includes both the employed and the unemployed.

Base on the definition set, those classified in the labor force age structure ( 15 years and over ) comprises 32,252 persons. This figures placed the Labor Force Participation Rate (LFPR) at 57.41%.

The employment rate or the proportion of employed persons to total Labor Force was estimated at 72.60% or 23,414 (Table 7). It was notice that male had an active participation in employment and other job opportunities with 74.23 % than of women which is only 70.89%.

The unemployment rate or the proportion of unemployed persons to the labor force was estimated at 27.40 percent. This placed the number of unemployed persons at around 8,838.

There are also 3,468 or 39.23 %  in the unemployment rate which was categorize as typically students, homemakers, disabled and persons under the age of 64 who already retired in the service.

Labor Force Population By Sex and Employment Status, Year 2010

SEX MUNICIPAL
POPULATION ( 15 years and over ) EMPLOYED % UNEMPLOYED % Not in Labor Force
Female 15758 11171 70.89 4587 29.11 11792
Male 16494 12243 74.23 4251 25.77 12776
Both Sexes 32252 23414 72.60 8838 27.40 24568

 

  • Overseas workers for the last Five Years

The total no of Overseas workers who work abroad in the year 2012 is 459 which is about 0.77% of the total projected population of 2012, the data was given by the barangay government which conducted household survey. Since 2008, there’s a significant increase of overseas workers every year, it can be attributed to poverty and a good compensation offered to them

Lutayan is basically dominated by Muslim community, it is not surprising at all that Saudi Arabia is the most preferred destination of our Overseas Workers.  Mostly of the overseas workers are service workers at home, shops and other establishments, some are nannies and private tutors, there are also skill and unskilled workers, there are also professional workers.

 

TOTAL NO.    OF OVERSEAS WORKERS INCREASE /  DECREASE IN NO. INCREASE / DECREASE IN PERCENT
2008 217
2009 283 66 30%
2010 336 53 19%
2011 394 58 17%
2012 459 65 16%

 

Household Population 5 years  old and over by highest Educational Attainment

Of the total population of 5 years old and over, around 6019 (12.07%) persons are reported to have completed the Elementary Level, 16, 343 ( 32.78% ) person were reported to have reach the Elementary Level while person who have started school but with no grade completed was noted at 6579 (13.19%).

Person who graduated Secondary education is reported at 6,034 ( 12.10%) while persons who have reach high school but an undergraduate was reported at 8,505 (17.06%)

Person with college degrees was posted at 793 ( 1.59%) while the undergraduate was reported at 2526 (5.07%) persons.

The Municipality also had a  13 graduate of masteral degree or the post baccalaureate courses which contributes  0.03% in the total population.

  • Household Population by Mother Tongue

There are 21 dialects spoken in the Municipality of Lutayan, and out of 56179 population which was census in 2010, the largest group reported was of Maguindanao tongue which make up to 36,204 person or 64.44%. The Second largest group is the Hiligaynon/Ilonggo tribe with 10,962 or 19.51%; the next were Ilocano with 4,893 or 8.71%, Cebuano with 2584 persons or 4.60%. The B’laan also make up 721 person or 1.28% and other lesser tribes such as Aklanon, Badjao, Ilongot, Kapampangan and others.

Table 10. POPULATION BY MOTHER TONGUE, YEAR 2010
MOTHER TONGUE POPULATION % OF TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS
Aklanon 191 0.34
Badjao Sama Dilaut 207 0.37
Balangao 6 0.01
B’laan 721 1.28
Boholano 27 0.05
Caviteňo – Chavacano 12 0.02
Cebuano 2,584 4.60
Davao – Chavacano 6 0.01
Hiligaynon – Ilonggo 10,962 19.51
Ilanun 7 0.01
Ilocano 4,893 8.71
Ilongot 8 0.01
Kapampangan 67 0.12
Maguindanao 36,204 64.44
Maranao 39 0.07
Pangasinan 90 0.16
Subanon 6 0.01
Tagalog 77 0.14
T’boli 16 0.03
Tausog 56 0.10
Total 56179 100.00
Source : Census of Population, NSO
  • Population by Religious Affiliation

Among religious Affiliations practiced in the Municipality, Islam has the largest number of followers with 36,489 persons or 64.95% of the municipal population, followed by the roman Catholic with 15,908 person or 28.32% of the total population.

There are also religion practiced by the people of Lutayan with lesser members compare to the above mentions religions, and these are Iglesia Ni Cristo with 938 members, United Church of Christ in the Philippines with 697 followers and  United Methodist Church who contributes 0.81% in the total population. Some religions with only few members are classified into Protestant or born again Christians.

RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION NO OF PEOPLE % OF TOTAL POPULATION
Roman Catholic 15,908 28.32%
Aglipay 230 0.41%
Islam 36,489 64.95%
Iglesia ni Cristo 938 1.67%
United Church of Christ in the Philippines 697 1.24%
Jehovah’s Witness 67 0.12%
Philippine Benevolent Misionaries Association 73 0.13%
Seventh Day Adventist 11 0.02%
Born Again Christians 124 0.22%
Philippine Episcopal Church 34 0.06%
Southern Baptist Church 86 0.15%
Iglesia Evangelista Methodista en Las Filipinas 157 0.28%
United Methodist Church 455 0.81%
Wesleyan Church 45 0.08%
Assembly of God 51 0.09%
Christian Missionary Alliance 16 0.03%
Four Square Gospel Church 84 0.15%
Other Evangelical Church 135 0.24%
Other Methodist 16 0.03%
Other Baptist Church 197 0.35%
Other Protestants 366 0.65%
Total 56179 100.00%

Table     . Population by Religious Affiliation

Source: NSO, Municipal Record

Health, Nutrition, and Family Planning

The municipality has 1 Rural Health Unit located at Poblacion and Health Stations in the barangays catering the health needs of the populace. There’s also 6 health centers 9  nutrition post which caters the health needs of the populace in the municipality.  Emergency cases are brought to Koronadal City being near to the municipality.

CHAPTER   IV  –  SOCIO – ECONOMIC ACTIVITY

AGRICULTURE

Crop Production

The average size of farm holdings in the town ranges from I – 2 hectares. These are either cultivated or uncultivated and are owned or tenanted. Most of the land holdings are utilized for agriculture.

Average Size of Farm Holdings by Barangay           

Barangay Average size in Hectares
Antong 1.01-1.5
Bayasong
Blingkong 1.51-2.0
Lutayan Proper 1.01-1.5
Maindang 1.01-1.5
Mamali 1.01-1.5
Manili 1.51-2.0
Palavilla 1.51-2.0
Sampao 1.01-1.5
Sisiman .51-1.0
Tamnag (Poblacion) 1.51-2.0

Source of Data:   MPDO

The predominant crops grown in the municipality are rice and corn. Rice is produced in 2 annual croppings, at 3 months per cropping season. Corn is also produced in 2 annual croppings, but on a 4-month cropping pattern. Most major farm inputs and support facilities are available in the town. ( See Tables Below)

Major Crops by Barangay and Cropping Season

Barangay Crop Cropping Season
Antong Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Bayasong Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Blingkong Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Lutayan Proper Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Maindang Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Mamali Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Manili Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Palavilla Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Sampao Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Sisiman Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Tamnag (Poblacion) Rice

Corn

April-July;  September-December

March-July;  August – November

Source of Data:   DA

Soil Type by Barangay

Barangay
Soil Type
Antong Combination of loan and clay
Bayasong Loam, clay and sandy
Blingkong Combination of loam and clay
Lutayan Proper Loam, clay and sandy
Maindang Loam, clay and sandy
Mamali Loam, clay and sandy
Manili Loam, clay and sandy
Palavilla Loam, clay and sandy
Sampao Loam, clay and sandy
Sisiman Loam, clay and sandy
Tamnag (Poblacion) Combination of loan and clay

Source of data:   MPDO

Major Farm Inputs and Support Facilities Available by Barangay           

Barangay Farm Inputs Support Facilities
Antong Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Bayasong Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Blingkong Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Lutayan Proper Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Maindang Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Mamali Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Manili Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Palavilla Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Sampao Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Sisiman Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies
Tamnag (Poblacion) Seeds, Fertilizers, Pesticides,

Weedicides, Labor, Animals,

Machinery

Farm-to market road, Post-harvest facilities, technicians, training, irrigation, technologies

Source of Data:   MPDO

Soil Type by Barangay

Barangay
Soil Type
Antong Combination of loan and clay
Bayasong Loam, clay and sandy
Blingkong Combination of loam and clay
Lutayan Proper Loam, clay and sandy
Maindang Loam, clay and sandy
Mamali Loam, clay and sandy
Manili Loam, clay and sandy
Palavilla Loam, clay and sandy
Sampao Loam, clay and sandy
Sisiman Loam, clay and sandy
Tamnag (Poblacion) Combination of loan and clay

Source of data:   MPDO

Livestock and Poultry Raising

The municipal residents raise livestock and poultry. The dominant animals produced are cows, Carabaos, hogs, and goats. These animals are utilized as sources of meat and income for farmers. The most common poultry animals are chickens and ducks.

Fishing, Aquaculture and Raising

 

Commercial and municipal fishery, aquaculture and mariculture are the main sources of major fishery products in the area. The most common fishery products are Tilapia, Mudfish and Catfish. About  ___ metric tons of these products are produced and utilized for food and commercial purposes.

 Fishery Data

Lake Area                                         –           4,967.8015

No. of Fishermen                            –           2,374

No. of Fish cages/pen(Tilapia)                –           4,550

Production ( Ton / Year)

Tilapia           – Talik                         –           2500/ day

                                       Pukot                      –           2,500/day

                                       Fish cages            –           1500 kls/ cages/cropping

                                       Fish pen                 –           25 tons/ cages/cropping

Big Head Carp (fish pen)              –           10 tons /cages/cropping

Big Head Carp Wild                       –           120 tons/year

Ayungin                                            –           200 tons /year

Pupuyo                                             –           10 tons/ year

Pantat / catfish                                –           10 tons / year

Pantat / Taiwan / African              –           120 tons/year

Bagtis / Cobi                                    –           120 tons / year

Dalag                                                 –           120 tons / year

Tamarong                                        –           20 tons / year

Bangus fish pen                             –           56 tons/ cages/ cropping

Bangus wild                                                –           10 tons / year

NGO’s

Lutayan Agri                                    –           Andongan Sumlay

Fishery                                              –

MAFC                                                 –           Mr. Lazaro Nosis

FARMC                                              –           Mr. Sukarno Bantuga

 

Source of Data:   MPDO

Natural Disaster Vulnerability

At least 70% of the town’s land area is used as agricultural cropland, coconut, banana and other fruit trees make up to the town’s primary vegetation cover. Floods and drought are the most common natural disasters experienced by its residents. Soil erosion is emerging as a concern, with 5 of the 11 barangays already affected by slight severe erosion.

Natural Disaster Occurrences   

Type of Natural

Disaster

Months of Usual

Occurrence

Year of Most Recent

Occurrence

Barangays Mostly

Affected

Flooding May – August Lutayan Proper

Mamali

Maindang

Bayasong

Drought December – March All Barangays

Source of Data:   MPDO

ECONOMY

            Livelihood and Employment

The main sources of livelihood and employment among the town’s residents are farming and fishing. Livestock raising also provide additional income for the residents. The town’s most prevalent business enterprise is the sari-sari store.

   List of Major Economic Activities by Barangay

Barangay Economic Activity
Antong Farming, Poultry, Livestock raising
Bayasong Farming, Fishing
Blingkong Farming, Poultry, Livestock raising
Lutayan Proper Farming, Fishing
Maindang Farming, Fishing
Mamali Farming, Fishing
Manili Farming, Poultry
Palavilla Farming, Poultry, Livestock raising
Sampao Farming, Fishing
Sisiman Farming, Fishing
Tamnag (Poblacion) Farming, Poultry, Livestock raising

Source of Data:   MPDO

List of Existing Business Establishments by Barangay 

Barangay Existing Business Establishments
Antong Sari-sari Store, Tailoring, Vulcanizing Shop
Bayasong Sari-sari Store
Blingkong Sari-sari Store ,Vulcanizing Shop, Tailoring, Carenderia, Video K bar.
Lutayan Proper Sari-sari Store, Tailoring Shop, Vulcanizing Shop,
Maindang Sari-sari Store
Mamali Sari-sari Store
Manili Sari-sari Store
Palavilla Sari-sari Store ,Tailoring Shop
Sampao Sari-sari Store
Sisiman Sari-sari Store
Tamnag (Poblacion) Sari-sari Store, Restaurant/Carenderia, Dress Shop, Tailoring Shop, Beauty Parlor,/Barber Shop, Vulcanizing Shop, Repair Shop, Video K bar.

Source of Data:   MPDO

GHAPTER  V  –  INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIES SECTOR

Physical Accessibility

            All of the municipality’s 11 barangays have access to the Poblacion by road.  For 11 barangays (55%), this main artery’s condition is described as “Good” . The municipality has 2 bridges. Both are classified as temporary. The predominant mode of public transportation between the Poblacion and the barangay is the tricycle.

Barangay Maindang is farthest from a major road network at 6 kilometers away. Four (4) barangays are within a highway. The mean distance between the barangays and their reference major road network is 2.27 kilometers.

    Mode and Frequency of Public Transport Serving the Barangays

 

Barangay

Distance to Major Road Network (km)  

Mode of Frequency

Bus Jeep Tricycle Skylab Trisikad
Antong 4 X X
Bayasong 2 X X X
Blingkong Within X X X
Lutayan Proper Within X X
Maindang 6 X X
Mamali 3 X X
Manili 2 X X
Palavilla Within X X X
Sampao Within X X
Sisiman 4 X X
Tamnag (Poblacion) 4 X X

Source of Data:   MPDO

Water Supply

The main sources of potable water supply among the barangays are shallow and deep wells, open wells and the lake. About 88% of the town’s households have access to a water source.

The municipality has at least 3 potential water sources. These consist of a river that runs through Barangay Antong, a spring found in Barangay Palavilla and the lake at Lutayan Proper. These may be harnessed for drinking, industrial and irrigation purposes.

Lutayan Proper is now enjoying their water system courtesy of KALAHI CIDSS. It has a reservoir and has 48 top stands. Each top stand serves 10-15 households.

Access to Potable Drinking Water

Barangay Type of Source No. of Households Served
Antong Shallow well, deep well, flowing 444
Bayasong Shallow well, open dug, deep well, lake 473
Blingkong Shallow well, deep well 782
Lutayan Proper Shallow well, open dug, deep well, lake, water system 1325
Maindang Shallow well, open dug, deep well, lake 570
Mamali Shallow well, open dug, deep well, lake 799
Manili Shallow well, deep well 460
Palavilla Shallow well, deep well, flowing 550
Sampao Shallow well, open dug, deep well, lake 351
Sisiman Shallow well, open dug, deep well, lake 447
Tamnag (Poblacion) Shallow well, deep well 909
Total 7,110

Source of Data:   MPDO

Communication Facilities and Access to Broadcast Media

The town is served by a post office and telegraph station.  Both are located in Barangay Tamnag.  Eleven barangays are served by 2-way radios.  Barangays Maindang and Sisiman are farthest from any communication facility at 6 kilometers.  The entire municipality has no access to any broadcast medium.

Electrification

            A total of 8 (73%) of the town’s barangays have access to electricity.  This is provided by the Mindanao Power Grid through an electric cooperative. The remaining 3 barangays are using the solar electrification under the National Electrification Authority.

PEACE AND ORDER

Peace and Order Situation.

Since the signing of the Peace Agreement, the peace and order situation in all barangays is observed to have improved.  Disputes among town residents are settled through the barangays justice system or through a pulong-pulong by barangay officials with concerned agencies.

Institutional

A total of 254 civilian volunteer organization have been recorded in the municipality.  These are organized to help maintain peace and order.

The Municipal Development Council and the Barangay Development Councils of all barangays have also rated as active.

  1. ELECTED LOCAL OFFICIALS 2013– 2016
POSITION NAME
Mayor Bai Ruth M. Sakaluran, Al Hadja
Vice Mayor Donato A. Ligo
SB Member Ibrahim G. Macasayon
SB Member Yahyhjun K. Mangudadatu
SB Member Zubaida D. Macatiguil
SB Member Kamsa U. Macasayon
SB Member Tautin M. Dagloc
SB Member Hydie L. Delfin
SB Member Crispulo L.  LIgo Jr
SB Member Noel A. Antonio
ABC President Kamid A. Paja
  1. APPOINTED DEPARTMENT HEADS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF LUTAYAN
Position
Name
Secretary to the Sanggunian

Treasurer

Assessor

Accountant

Budget Officer

Planning & Dev’t. Coordinator

Engineer

Health Officer

Civil Registrar

Administrative  Officer

Legal Officer

Municipal Agriculturist

Social  Welfare  & Dev’t. Officer (SWDO)

Veterinarian

General Services  Officer

HARON    G. RAJAHBUAYAN

INTUAN B. ALAM

OIC FRANCISCO A. CONRADO

LEONORA   G. MORTERA

ELENA    P. GUIADEL

CAMILO  M. ALID

ENGR. EDUARD L. LUAY

DR. WILJUN O. PANGARINTAO

ISMAEL   M. RAJAHBUAYAN

NENITA L. UMADHAY

ELENITA  L. SAAVEDRA

  1. NATIONAL HEAD OF OFFICES
OFFICE /POSITION
Name
CONTACT NO.
BIR District Office

DILG

DAR

DENR

POST MASTER

ASAM   ULANGKAYA

JESUS L. PUIG

JOEL GELLANG

 

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