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Tinibgan

BARANGAY CHAIRMAN

Margarito Renoblas Margate

BARANGAY  KAGAWAD

1. Gregorio M. Doysabas
2. Rodrigo L. Rebuya, Jr.
3. Lucresio B. Coralde
4. Ceferino R. Aleria
5. Eugene M. Doysabas
6. Cirilo T. Luzon
7. Beatriz R. Retiza

BARANGAY SECRETARY

Joan D. Racho

BARANGAY TREASURER

Elisa P. Maranguis

BARANGAY PROFILE:

Name of Barangay: TINIBGAN
Distance from Poblacion: 4 Kilometers
Total Land Area: 441.01 Hectares
Total Population: 667
Number of Household: 135
Number of Schools (Public): 1
Length of Barangay Roads: 2. 0 Kilometers
Source of Potable Water: Maribojoc Waterworks System/ Spring
Major Agricultural Product: Corn, Rice, Coconut, Banana
Major Source of Livelihood: Mat and Basket Weaving
Barangay IRA 2015: PhP 1,075,155.00
Barangay Treasurer: Elisa P. Maranguis
Barangay Secretary: Joan D. Racho
Number of BHWs: 4
Number of Day Care Centers: 1

LEGEND OF TINIBGAN:

TINBGAN (1894) – The old folks who are residing in this barangay narrated that the name Tinibgan was derived from the word “tigib” or chisel. There are many springs in this place. These springs are located at the base of the huge mountains that appeared to be carved by big chisels or “tigib“. This is the reason why the early natives called the place Tinibgan. It may also be logical to say that the name Tinibgan is coined from the word “tubig“ which means water. Due to the abundance of water in the area during the early days, the place was called “tinubigan“ which may be shortened as Tinibgan.