Here is the final part of the MMDA anti-littering memorandum.
Hope you find it informative.
[CONDUCT AND TIME OF INSPECTION] of MMDA Regulation No. 96-009 is hereby amended to read as follows: a. That the strict implementation and supervision of this Regulation shall be done by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority or its deputized representatives, agents and sanitary enforcers.
b. The conduct of regular inspection of residential and commercial establishments may be conducted daily from 7:00 o‟clock in the morning to 5:00 o‟clock in the afternoon to ascertain and establish whether the provision of this Regulation is strictly observed and followed.
[PENALTIES] is hereby amended to add paragraphs “c” and “d” to read as follows:
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c. Any person found violating Section 2, paragraph (i) hereof shall also be penalized by an administrative fine of ONE THOUSAND PESOS [P1,000.00] or community service of three (3) days.
In case of failure to pay the administrative fine, appropriate case(s) shall be filed with appropriate court, and upon conviction, the violator shall be penalized by a fine of TWO THOUSAND PESOS [P2,000.00] or imprisonment of seven (7) days to one (1) month.
d. Any person found violating Section 2, paragraph (j) hereof shall also be penalized by an administrative fine of FIVE HUNDRED PESOS [P500.00] or community service of one (1) day.
In case of failure to pay the administrative fine, appropriate case(s) shall be filed with appropriate court, and upon conviction, the violator shall be penalized by a fine of ONE THOUSAND PESOS [P1,000.00] or imprisonment of three (3) days to seven (7) days.
e. Any person liable under Section 4, paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d) of MMDA Regulation 96-009, as amended, who gave wrong information about his identity such as his name or address shall be prosecuted under Art. 178 of the Revised Penal Code.
Sec. 6 [DISPOSITION OF FINES] is hereby amended to read as follows: a. The fines collected in violation of this Regulation shall accrue in favor of the following:
1. 50% to MMDA and,
2. 50% to Local Government Unit concerned.
b. Assessment shall be made at the Environmental Regulations and Enforcement Service (ERES) and payment of fines shall be made at the Treasury Operations Service (TOS) of MMDA and the Treasurer‟s Office of the LGU concerned.
SECTION 5. The provisions of MMDA Regulation No. 96-009 and MMA Ordinance No. 16, s.1991 not contrary to this Regulation shall remain in full force and effect. SECTION 6. Effectivity. This Regulation shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in two (2) newspapers of general circulation in Metropolitan Manila.
DONE this 6th day of May , 1999 in the City of Makati, Metropolitan Manila Philippines.
(Sgd.) JEJOMAR C. BINAY