Binmaley is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 76,214 people in 13,415 households.

Binmaley is located along the central coastland of Pangasinan facing the South China sea, in between Lingayen and Dagupan City. On January 8-9, 1945, the amphibious forces of U.S. General Douglas MacArthur used the town's beach, designated as "yellow beach", alongside the beaches of Lingayen, Dagupan, and San Fabian, in their landing operations to liberate Luzon from Japanese occupation during World War II.

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The town is famous for its bangus (milkfish) aqua-culture, due to the existence of its numerous fishponds (pokok in the Pangasinan language). However, because of constant siltation over the past several years from mine tailings upstream from Agno River (due to mine operations in neighboring Benguet Province), and the overuse of artificial fish feeds, the bangus industry has suffered from fishkill, fewer viable fishponds and lower harvests. As a result, many formerly productive fishponds have been converted into large commercial and residential lots. This phenomena is beginning to seriously threaten the unique Binmaley fishpond industry. Current Government action is inadequate due to strong pressures from other competing commercial interests, not to mention fishfeed producers.

Binmaley's town center has a beautiful Baroque cathedral dating back to the 17th century. It also became famous throughout the Philippines for the outstanding academic achievements of students (and its distinctive corps of military cadets) from its Binmaley Catholic High School, especially when it was headed by a German priest, Fr. Leo Behneke, in the 60s and 70s. Its name roughly means "the place which became a town" or "went to town" in the Pangasinan language.
Barangays
Binmaley is politically subdivided into 33 barangays.
* Amancoro
* Balagan
* Balogo
* Basing
* Baybay Lopez
* Baybay Polong
* Biec
* Buenlag
* Calit
* Caloocan Dupo
* Caloocan Norte
* Caloocan Sur
* Camaley
* Canaoalan
* Dulag
* Gayaman
* Linoc
* Lomboy
* Nagpalangan
* Malindong
* Manat
* Naguilayan
* Pallas
* Papagueyan
* Parayao
* Poblacion
* Pototan
* Sabangan
* Salapingao
* San Isidro Norte
* San Isidro Sur
* Santa Rosa
* Tombor

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Binmaley Pangasinan - "The Seafood Capital of The North"

As part of positioning Binmaley Pangasinan as the “Seafood Capital of the North”, the town will hold a grand fiesta named as the SIGAY FESTIVAL.


The Sigay Festival is a one week celebration from January 15 to February 2 which will give tribute to the aquaculture industry of the town, which is the number one livelihood of the community of Binmaley. Sigay is a Pangasinan dialect word which means to harvest.




Since Binmaley is positioned as the Seafood Capital of the North, having the largest land area for aguaculture in Pangasinan, it is apt to name our festival SIGAY to bring in the positive spirit of harvest. In fact, Binmaley, has produces milkfish, malaga (siganid) and prawns from fishponds and has catapulted itself as the “Fishbowl of Pangasinan“, after years of hardwork by local fish farmers.

Successful Examinees in the FISHERIES TECHNOLOGIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION 2010


Renee May Estelloso Galeos of the University of the Philippines-Visayas in Iloilo City topped the list with an 88 percent rating. Other UP-Visayas graduates, Joel Tamonan Abalayan and Roie Losaria Balunan, placed second and third respectively with 82.50 and 82.25.

Tied in fourth place were Brenda Espina Samadan of Cavite State University and Grace-an Tamayo Villareal of UP-Visayas, both with 82 percent ratings.




The others who made to the top 10 list are as follows:

5. Carl Luigi Masbano Cervantes (UP-Visayas) with 81.75
Rose Jane Nam-Ay Sablon (UP-Visayas) with 81.75

6. Mark Alphonse Avila Buniel (Mindanao State University) with 81.25

7. Jermaine Itable Lacsamana (UP-Visayas) with 80.75

8. Joven Lirazan Delgado (Western Philippines University-Puerto Princes) with 80.50

Roquelito Himtog Mancao (Southern Phils. Agri., Buss., Marine & Aquatic School of Tech-Malita) with 80.70

9. Maria Mojena Gallo Gonzales (UP-Visayas) with 80.25

10. Warren Gumahin Caneos (Mindanao State University) with 80.00

Leah Cabadin Lacson (Cavite State University) with 80.00

Vladimer Paul Quilantang Palla (UP-Visayas) with 80.00

Antonio Dicap Perral (Mindanao State University) with 80.00



Roll of Successful Examinees in the
FISHERIES TECHNOLOGIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on OCTOBER 20 & 21, 2010
Released on OCTOBER 26, 2010


Seq. No. / N a m e
1 ABALAYAN, JOEL TAMONAN
2 ALLAYBAN, MARTIN TULIAO
3 AMAL, NORMERA GUIAPAL
4 ANDAM, MICHAEL BALANSAG
5 ANGELES, JOSE VERDADERO
6 ARIK, BIDIN TIONG
7 BACLAYO, BERNARD ZULITA
8 BALUNAN, ROIE LOSARIA
9 BERMEJO, ARLENE OREL
10 BERNAL, REINAFIL CAYSIDO
11 BRIONES, LOREGINIA PEÑARANDA
12 BUGAS, AIMEEN SOLIS
13 BUNIEL, MARK ALPHONSE AVILA
14 CABANGON, DIODY DAMASO
15 CANEOS, WARREN GUMAHIN
16 CARI-AN, DAISY GABITANAN
17 CEREZO, CHARMINE DENIOLA
18 CERVANTES, CARL LUIGI MASBAÑO
19 CULLADO, JESUS PAOLO BALUYOT
20 DANGKALAN, ZENAIDA ABPET
21 DELGADO, JOVEN LIRAZAN
22 ERNACIO, ALDWIN DAVID ESCOBARTE
23 FALGUISANA, MARICEL NANGAN
24 GABON, NELIA CABANGANAN
25 GALEOS, RENEE MAY ESTELLOSO
26 GALLEBO, FREMELYN BALIUAG
27 GONZALES, MARIA MOJENA GALLO
28 GONZALES, MARY JOY BANGSAL
29 ISMAEL, MERZA HAMAD
30 JANEA, IVAN AMBING
31 JUANICO, CLAIRE SAMANTHA TARDAGUELA
32 LACSAMANA, JERMAINE ITABLE
33 LACSON, LEAH CABADIN
34 LACSON, ROBERTO JOCSON
35 LAGARE, BIMBO CASTAÑOS
36 LANDOY, ERVIN MAGAHIS
37 LAWANSA, FAISARAH MANUA
38 LOLONG, SHIELA MAGTIBAY
39 LOPE, ELMER MADERAZO
40 LUCI, DIGNA HERMOSA
41 MANCAO, ROQUELITO HIMTOG
42 MANIBALE, JOCELYN RADAZA
43 MARABULAS, ROEL CODILAN
44 MERCIALES, ERNESTINA CASPE
45 MERELOS, ROAN NAPOLES
46 MINAY, OLIVER RICAMARA
47 OJERIO, VIANNEY TAMAÑO
48 OLIQUINO, REY BLANQUISA
49 OMAR, SHANNIE LOU BUTRON
50 OMEN, DESIDERIO JR ERES
51 PALLA, VLADIMER PAUL QUILANTANG
52 PAN, MAILA VILLANUEVA
53 PARIDO, LAILA DE VERA
54 PATINO, NEMESIO JR MANANQUIL
55 PERRAL, ANTONIO DICAP
56 RATILLA, JUFREY KEEN BALANGAO
57 REYES, RYAN LLAMERA
58 SABAL, OMAR MELING
59 SABLON, ROSE JANE NAM-AY
60 SAMADAN, BRENDA ESPINA
61 TANDANG, KRISTINE JOY LAPITAN
62 VALDEZ, CLIFFORD ABAD
63 VELASCO, LEOFRED CASEM
64 VILLANUEVA, ROY CORPUZ
65 VILLAPA, ALDRIN SABADO
66 VILLAREAL, GRACE-AN TAMAYO
67 VILLEGAS, JORELYN BELEN

NOTHING FOLLOWS----------------------

The oathtaking ceremony of the successful examinees in the said examination as well as the previous ones who have not taken their Oath of Professional and those who registered without examination will be held before the Board on November 30, 2010 at 1 p.m. at the Manila Hotel in Roxas Boulevard in Manila.


Movie presentation presenting the beauty of Binmaley Pangasinan. Some picture and videos of Binmaley landscapes, sceneries and beaches are included. Binmaley Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Pangasinan, It provides beautiful seascapes perfect for its blue- sky. The ultra-fine black sand and crystal blue waters, makes it an easy favorite among tourists. If you are looking for some watersports, you don’t have to go to Bora to experience kayaks, surfing and jet- skiing. You can try that here in Binmaley at JT Beach Resorts.

In this video you will see the Religious Practices of Binmalenian and their love to their own town. Binmaley Town fiesta 2010 parade participated by different sectors in binmaley like PNP; Teachers and Students from different schools in Binmaley, Federation of Senior Citizens Association, athletes of Binmaley and Ms. Binmaley 2010 candidates and winners are also included. Jollibee and friends also attended in Binmaley fiesta. Watch the video above to see more tourist spots of Binmaley Pangasinan. Sound tracks used in the video are: main title, misil tema, bijae, and dorijan (music used in Korean Drama “ Queen Seon Duk”. - ijudy17

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