Jalajala To Have Museum, Library

This is a repost from mb.com.ph JALAJALA, Rizal, Philippines — The municipal government of this lakeshore and farm community is planning to restore an old building-landmark and turn it into a center of learning for the town’s youth. Mayor Elionor “Ely” Pillas said the local government is spearheading the project to renovate the 75-year-old municipal building at Poblacion near the Church of St. Miguel the Archangel which will soon be a municipal library, local museum and computer center. Pillas, recently conferred the Best Achiever award by the Knights of Columbus Council 3670, said it is part of his education program. (Nel B. Andrade)

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Jala-Jala, Rizal (Facts, Population, Location, Barangays)

Jala-Jala Rizal

Jalajala is a 4th class municipality in the province of Rizal, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 28,738 people in 4,759 households.
The genesis of the name Jalajala started from a legend. Punta, one of the present barangay was the seat of the early settlement later to be called “Halaan”. During the summer months of April and May the shores of Punta along the Laguna de Bay was covered with a variety of shells locally known as Halaan. The natives, when asked by Spanish visitors “Como se llama este sitio?” replied “Halaan po” thinking that they were asking for the shell. The Spaniards on the other hand thinking it is the name of the place, began calling it “Halaan” which was later changed to Jalajala.
It is on the largest lake in the Philippines Laguna de Bay. Jalajala is a peninsula located 75 km southeast of Manila. The Municipality of Jalajala is one of the lakeshore towns along Laguna de Bay. It lies on the eastern part of the Province of Rizal and has a land area of 4,930.000 hectares representing 3.77% of the total land area of the province . Jalajala’s political boundary on the north is the Panguil River, wherein it shares the boundary with the town of Pakil in Laguna. On its southern, eastern, and western boundaries lies the Laguna de Bay.

Jala-jala is politically subdivided into 11 barangays (3 urban, 8 rural).
Bagumbong
Bayugo
Second District (Pob.)
Third District (Pob.)
Lubo
Pagkalinawan
Palaypalay
Punta
Sipsipin
First (Special) District (Pob.)
Paalaman

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