Vicente Barte Castillon
1. Benedicto O. Barte
2. Joey A. Castillon
3. Diosdado C. Descallar
4. Bryan N. Jerusalem
5. Romeo C. Dagas, Jr.
6. Nicandro R. Barte, Jr.
7. Isagani B. Barafon
Asuncion N. Orias
Cristina F. Sablay
Name of Barangay: BOOD
Distance from Poblacion: 2 Kilometers
Total Land Area: 312.32 Hectares
Total Population: 639
Number of Household: 116
Number of Schools (Public): 1
Length of Barangay Roads: 0.2 Kilometers
Source of Potable Water: Maribojoc Waterworks System
Major Agricultural Product: Corn
Major Source of Livelihood: Fishing
Barangay IRA 2015: PhP 1,008,392.00
Barangay Treasurer: Cristina F. Sablay
Barangay Secretary: Asuncion N. Orias
Number of BHWs : 1
Number of Day Care Centers: 1
LEGEND OF BOOD:
BOOD (1887) – The barangay got its name from the word “tubod” which refers to the spring of clear and fresh water located at the bayside of Maribojoc. It is the main source of water supply for the barrio folks since time immemorial. During droughts, people from the neighboring barangays also fetch water from this spring in times of long droughts. In this spring, people gather to do their laundry jobs, bathing and cleaning other households items.
Some elders say that the name Bood was derived from the word “bolod” which means mountain. Bood is a mountainous place and its center of population is located at the foot of the mountain ranges of Maribojoc along the shores of Maribojoc Bay.