Brief history of Barangay Manga
In the early days, the Subanens inhabited the Mt. Malindang Range. According to this group of people, Barangay Manga was still a virgin forest and wild animals thrived everywhere. There was a portion of an area where a big mango tree was standing. The shade of the tree was used by the Subanens as their meeting place either for group assembly or simply a resting place. They enjoyed the taste of the fruit too.
After sometime, the mango tree was used by the Subanens as reference point or direction when they visited or passed by the area. Thus, the story how Barangay Manga was born stuck until this day.
As told by some folks, the Subanens liked to stay or even lived in this barangay because of its abundant food. Some of the natives had their farmlands. Years have passed, natives vacated the area because there were few people who lived and occupied the barangay. They cultivated this area as farmlands. Many people discovered the place with abundant food because of its fertile soil and because of approximately 85% of the land area are plain along the coast. The physical topography of this barangay motivated people or even the evacuees to stay and live in this barangay
|TAGAAN, CRIS ACUDILI||Punong Barangay|
|CALUNOD, ROGELIO LUMINGKIT||Barangay Kagawad|
|RUDINAS, DANTE PASOK||Barangay Kagawad|
|MAGHANOY, TEODORA GAPOL||Barangay Kagawad|
|DEALCO, MARIVIC MAGALSO||Barangay Kagawad|
|DIONALDO, EDELLIA HISOLA||Barangay Kagawad|
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