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MUNICIPALITY OF CLARIN

Clarin is in the northeastern part of Bohol and is 61 kilometers from Tagbilaran City. It was organized on January 31, 1919 out of the territories taken from Tubigon, Inabanga and Carmen. It was originally called “Can-ogong” after one of the early settlers named Ogong who had a habit of hanging a bamboo tube for salted fish. Since he was a popular man in the community the place was called after him, Can-ogong, meaning “Ogong’s place”.Can-ogong was then changed to Clarin when it was organized as a municipality in honor of the first Civil Governor of Bohol, Hon. Anecito Clarin.During World War II, its central school was used by the Japanese as a concentration camp for suspected persons.

Municipal Officials: 2019 – 2021

Mayor

:

Jao, William

Vice Mayor

:

Villaber, Rene

SB Members:

:

Fuentes, Pat

Lasco, Delia

Mascariñas, Ernnest Paulo

Flores, Ever

Alipoyo, Annie

Sarpamones, Dide

Labastila, Oscar

Adtoon, Benny

ABC President

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SK President

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Facts and Figures:

Location : Northwestern coast of Bohol mainland
Congressional District : 2nd District
Number of Barangays : 24 Barangays
Income Classification : 5th( Per D.O. 32-01 )
Ave. LGU Annual Income : P37,359,576.00
Total Municipal Land Area : 62.79 sq. kms.
Timberland Area : 779 hectares ( Mangrove Area- 182 has.)
Alienable & Disposable (A & D) : None
Soil Cover : Annam, Bantog, Bolinao, Inabanga and Faraon Clay
River Basins (Watershed Areas) : Tubigon RB and Abatan RB
Population :

18,040 ( 2000 NSO Census )

18,871 ( 2007 )

19,616 ( 2012 projected )

Average Population Growth Rate : 0.62% ( 2000-2007 )
Total Number of Households : 4,004 ( 2007 Census )
Major Industries : Farming, Fishing
Literacy Rate : 89.77%
Higher Education Institutions : 1 (BISU)
Number of Secondary Schools : 2
Number of Primary/ Elementary Schools : 8 Primary Schools, 9 Elementary Schools
Language/ Dialect : Bisaya/Cebuano
Religion/ Religious Affiliation (1990) : Roman Catholic
Main source of potable water : Groundwater and Surface
Water Supply : Level I, II and III
Potable Water Demand :

1,809 cubic meters per day (cum/d), CY 1998

9,418 cu.m./d (CY 2030)

Estimated Groundwater Recharge : 33, 627 cu.m./day (average)
Water Demand for Irrigation : 9,418 cum/d
Energization Status (as of CY 1999) : 24 (All Barangays Energized); 4,857 or 113% households connected; 4,300 potential house connections
No. of HH w/ accessed to Sanitary Toilets : 3,585 (93.58% 2010)
Drainage and Sewerage System : None
Number of Barangay Health Stations : 5(20%)
Number of Hospital : 1 (Medicare Community Hospital)
Number of Municipal Health Center : 1
Number of Day Care Centers : 24(100%)
Carpable Areas None
Total Road Length 85.95 kilometers
Total Number of Bridges 9
Communication System Telephone (PLDT-PCO, GLOBE) and radio
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