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Minglanilla, Cebu

Minglanilla is a 1st class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. It was known as the "Sugat Capital" of the south. It was founded on 1858 by Fr. Fernando Sanchez, the first priest assigned in the municipality. Formerly known as "Buat", Fr. Sanchez later changed the name to Minglanilla taken from his obscure place in Spain.

minglanilla-relative-positionPopulation: 101,585 (2007 census)

Area: 65.6 sq. Km

Zip Code: 6046

Churches:
San Roque Parish
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish

Political subdivisions of Minglanilla (19 barangays)

Cadulawan
Calajo-an
Camp 7
Camp 8
Cuanos
Guindaruhan
Linao-Lipata
Manduang
Pakigne
Poblacion Ward I
Poblacion Ward II
Poblacion Ward III
Poblacion Ward IV
Tubod
Tulay
Tunghaan
Tungkil
Tungkop
Vito

Municipal Officials as of May 2013

Mayor: Elanito (Lani) Alidon Peña
Vice-Mayor: Robert John R. Selma

Councilors:
Rajiv V. Enad, Samuel G. Adlawan Jr., Eduardo Ma. Selma, Jeremias (Jerry) L. Cañares, Jesus (Boyet) D. Velez, Lamberto (Lam) F. Cañada, Loben C. Geonzon, Roy Nacario

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