Heritage Conservation Advocates
 
 
     
   
Government documents
Compiled by the Heritage Conservation Advocates
Published Saturday, November 9, 2019 2:48 PM. Updated Sunday, November 17, 2019 10:08 PM .
 
1992, February The National Museum publishes the report Archaeological Exploration in Cagayan de Oro and Vicinities.
1999, Oct. 6 City council passes a resolution declaring Huluga a heritage landmark (3.8 mb)
2001, July 12 List of mainly government officials who met with anthropologist Dr. Erlinda Burton at Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan to discuss the possible destruction of the Huluga archaeological site
2001, July 16 The Department of Environment and Natural Resources orders mayor Vicente Emano to cease-and-desist from building the bridge that would damage the Huluga archaeological site
2003, June 30 National Museum director Corazon Alvina sends a letter to anthropologist Dr. Erlinda Burton when Alvina learns of damages on the Huluga archaeological site.
2003, Aug. 13 National Museum director Corazon Alvina sends a letter to Cagayan de Oro mayor Vicente Emano.
2003, Sep. 16 Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) penalizes city hall and its contractor for violating PD 1586 (3.1 mb)
2004, Jan. 19 City council ordinance authorizes the mayor to enter into a memorandum of agreement with the Archaeological Studies Program.
2004, Aug. 30 City council ordinance approves payment worth P450,000 to the Archaeological Studies Program for research in Cagayan de Oro.
2004 Archaeological Studies Programs submits a report, describes Huluga as "... a Habitation, But Unlikely a Settlement".
2007, Oct. 4 City council secretary sends the aforementioned ordinances to Dr. Erlinda Burton.
2007, Oct. 18 National Museum director Corazon Alvina appoints the Heritage Conservation Advocates (HCA) as "Cultural Properties Deputy" for two and a half months.
2010, March 26 President Gloria Arroyo signs Republic Act 10066, "An act providing for the protection and conservation of the national cultural heritage, strengthening the national commission for culture and the arts (NCCA) and its affiliated cultural agencies, and for other purposes".
 
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