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Wrong Lolita Hizon?

Lolita O. Hizon

Chairperson

Conscience , Inc.

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Conscience , Inc.

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Employment History

Among Ed


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Kapampanganku - Pagmaragul Ku!

www.kapampanganku.com [cached]

Lolita Hizon, chairwoman of Conscience Inc., said it has monitored some "anomalies," particularly the alleged recycling of quarry tax receipts, that deprive the province of revenues "to the enrichment of some people and therefore worthy of an investigation.
In a letter submitted to Provincial Administrator Vivian Dabu last November 22, Hizon said 11 out of the 18 trucks that passed a quarry checkpoint within two hours last October 26 presented receipts bearing license plate PCY-875. She said the receipts had different validation dates. "Something anomalous was taking place. It was evident that receipts already validated were re-used on October 26 between 9:30 p.m. to before midnight, which could not be logged anymore, to the prejudice of the province," Hizon stated in the letter. She said such "discovery" makes one ask if the re-use of the same receipts had not been done before and will not be done again. For her part, Dabu said there was no truth to the alleged recycling of validated quarry receipt issue raised by Hizon's group. Rodriguez believed that the person who gave the alleged information to Hizon was one of the former quarry checkers who were dismissed from service for some reasons. According to him, one of them (quarry checkers) was dismissed after he was caught possessing marijuana while on duty. Meanwhile, Hizon told Dabu that her group was surprised to receive a letter dated November 20 from the Office of the Provincial Administrator. "We do not remember having written to you, as the letter we wrote was to the governor who had requested for the documents to be transmitted to him," she said. Hizon also informed Dabu that when she and her colleagues formed Conscience, Inc., "the governor was present and encouraged us to give advice and even criticisms for better governance."


Kapampanganku - Pagmaragul Ku!

www.kapampanganku.com [cached]

This was learned from Conscience chairperson Lolita Hizon who has communicated the existence of the fund-raising scheme, purportedly under "Fund for Hope" to the US Embassy.
"Our attention was called by our members residing in the United States because of a fund-raising being waged for Governor Panlilio," Hizon wrote US Ambassador Kristie Kenney. Hizon raised the issue of US laws against mail fraud and similar crimes done under dubious fund-raising campaigns for various causes. The Internet fund is allegedly being led by certain Dr. Philip Chua, chairman of the Filipino United Networks (USA), said Hizon, who also cited "various fund-raising campaigns before that victimized Filipino residents by exploiting patriotic sensibilities and philanthropic emotions of people." Chua's mailing address, according to Hizon, is Fund for Hope, 1830 Mirmar Road, Munster, Indiana 46321, USA or Buenaventura Condominium, 62 E. Osmeña St., Guadalupe, Cebu City 6000, Philippines.


Bahay Ni Juan :: FR. ED PANLILIO

bahaynijuan.blogsome.com [cached]

On December 5, 2007, Lolita Hizon, chairwoman of Conscience Inc., sought probe on the "anomalies," (recycling of quarry tax receipts), but Administrator Vivian Dabu denied the plea of Hizon's group.[25] Collections from June 29 to December 5 reached P 105.678 million.


www.sunstar.com.ph

Lolita Hizon, chairwoman of Conscience, Incorporated, said Lozada should not be welcomed by Kapampangans, as his "smear campaign" against Arroyo is aimed only at "destabilizing" the present administration.


www.kapampangan.net

Lolita Hizon, chairperson of the group Conscience and proprietor of Pampanga's Best, said the two lawyers (Dabu and Velez) "are not fit" for their positions. Hizon, however, clarified that she was never consulted in any Capitol decisions. She said she is disappointed not with the money she spent for the campaign per se, but with the things that the governor could have done for the Kapampangans instead of apologizing to the public on the blunders that the two lawyers had done. Hizon also asked Panlilio to maintain state of humility for the Kapampangans. Now comes Lolita Hizon calling for the resignation of Dabu. Mrs. Hizon fed a lot of volunteers during the campaign.Her son Darius protected Among Ed.She offered her home as the venue of many coordination meetings.In other words, she was a major supporter of Among Ed.I salute her for that. I respect Mrs. Hizon's view.What prompted her to having made a resignation call is beyond me.There might have been a "situation" between she and Dabu. However, I do not like the tone of Mrs. Hizon.She sullenly grumbles of not having been consulted by the governor.Her statement that "she is disappointed not with the money she spent for the campaign per se", which implies that she was a big campaign contributor, has turned me off. Mrs. Hizon is no different from the rest of us.We all poured our efforts and sacrificed during the campaign.We almost lost our voices and risked our lives during the motorcades while she ordered the delivery of foodstuff to the EQ and campaign locations at the comfort of her home. When we volunteered, we did not attach any string to it.Her shelling out of big sum of money during the campaign does not make her a more valuable supporter than the rest of us.Among Ed would have still won without Mrs. Hizon's financial support.Her support was not sought; she offered it voluntarily.I do not understand why Among Ed will have a dialogue with her.That only makes her more important and other supporters less important.


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