Barangay Isidro D Tan
Brief history of Barangay Isidro D Tan
The name Isidro D. Tan come about through a political intervention. This happened during the administration of the late City Mayor Alfonso D. Tan. Formerly, this barangay was named Dimalooc. The word Dimalooc is from a Subanen name Dimalooc, the first settlers of the Barangay who tilled most of the land in the place. At first, the residents of this barangay were reluctant to accept the name Isidro D. Tan, who happens to be the name of the late brother of the late City Mayor Alfonso D. Tan. However, the resistance was only for short period, later on the residents learned to accept the new name of their barangay. Through Republic Act 3590, the name was officially changed from Barangay Dimalooc to Isidro D. Tan in 1983.
After World War II, the place was divided into two sitios: Sitio Kabangkalan and Dimalooc. In 1927 the first settlers of sitio Kabangkalan were Ekoy Angela, Julian Maaba, Simeon Torres, Enot Dura Torres, Ambrocio Montepalcon, Oding Hason, Dalmacio Bardir Sansenal, and Meliton Segunda Ordeneza. In sitio Dimalooc were Emoc Sumampong, Caloy Maaba, Moyoy Paler, Vicente Paler, Boging Tuasan Clarin, and Busto Cabigas
These were the list of the Teniente del Barrio Barangay Chairman: Pampilo Sumampong (1962-1964); Lucio Sultan (1964-1966); Recarte Mirabueno (1966-1968), Sofia Kardenas (1968-1988) Cecilio Sultan (1989-2002); Dalmacio Torres (2002-2007); and Cecilio Sultan (2007-up to present).
As years went by, Barangay Isidro D. Tan changed from an ordinary barangay into a progressive community.
The passage of RA 7160 otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 brought changes to the barangays such as, in legislation, in financial administration and importantly, in development Different capability building trainings were conducted by concerned national agencies and local offices which contributed much to the skills of the barangay officials to handle and make effective decision for good governance and effective delivery of basic services. Much more the present barangay council continued to formulate revenue raising policies, programs and projects to augment its regular Intent Revenue Allotment (IRA) received from the national government to finance projects, programs and activities. These policies are considered by the barangay council and its constituents as part of our fulfillment of the barangay vision.
|TORRES, DALMACIO BERGOSA||Punong Barangay|
|SUMINGUIT, WILMA CATALONIA||Barangay Kagawad|
|SULTAN, MARY JANE OLIVEROS||Barangay Kagawad|
|DATOY, ELENA SUMAMPONG||Barangay Kagawad|
|ABING, SAMUEL ENOT||Barangay Kagawad|
|AMORA, MARILYN BETACURA||Barangay Kagawad|
|GICALE, JOSENILO ALFORQUE||Barangay Kagawad|
|LARGO, ANASTACIA RUPINTA||Barangay Kagawad|
|GANIOLON, ARCHE LAPITAN||SK Chairman|
|ABING, EVELYN NUEVA||Barangay Secretay|
|LUMINGKIT, ALICIA SUMINGUIT||Barangay Treasurer|
|Barangay Hall Address|