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Ceneco postpones poll for new officers

first_imgIn a related development, Ceneco granteda payment extension to member-consumer-owners(MCOs). The bill due for thismonth (March) was extended to next month (April). * Account Number: RCBC, 1419300809; BDO,2970000470; EWB, 200021974926. The districts are District IV – BacolodEast, District V – Bacolod West, and District VIII – Talisay City. BACOLOD City – The scheduled electionfor officers today in three districts of Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco)has been postponed following the National Electrification Administration’s(NEA) Memorandum No. 2020-010 ordering its deferment in view of ProclamationNo. 929 declaring a state of calamity throughout the Philippines due to the coronavirusdisease 2019 (COVID-19). District 1 director Joyce Martha Cuencaand District VI director Robert Javellana were re-elected members of the CenecoBoard of Directors. District IX elected a new representativeto the board, Engineer  Nicanor Jison. MCOs may pay to Ceneco’s RizalCommercial Banking Corp. (RCBC), Banco de Oro (BDO), or East West Bank (EWB)accounts as follows: Taniongon said because Ceneco cares forthe health and safety of the MCOs and minimize physical human interaction, thecooperative encourages the use of banks’ online transfer facility to payelectricity bills. On the other hand, the March 14 districtelection for District I – Bacolod North, District VI – Bago City and District IX– Silay City pushed through. Non-RCBC, BDO, and EWB clients may stilltransfer funds using their bank’s online fund transfer facility through the useof InstaPay and PesoNet.  * Account Name: Central Negros ElectricCooperative, Inc. Ceneco officer-in-charge Jose Taniongonsaid the cooperative was bowing to the directive.  Verified GCASH and PayMaya usersmay also opt to pay using the fund transfer facility to the Ceneco bankaccounts, Taniongon added./PNlast_img read more

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