Pio V. Corpuz, Masbate
Pio V. Corpus
|Municipality of Pio V. Corpuz|
Balangingi Island Beach
"Garbo naton, Masbateño kita" "Arangkada Corpus"
Map of Masbate with Pio V. Corpuz highlighted
|Region||Bicol Region (Region V)|
|Founded||June 11, 1951|
|Barangays||18 (see Barangays)|
|• Type||Sangguniang Bayan|
|• Mayor||Allan T. Lepasana|
|• Vice Mayor||Rozabeth M. Tayo|
|• Congressman||Wilton T. Kho|
|• Electorate||16,161 voters (2016)|
|• Total||89.33 km2 (34.49 sq mi)|
|• Density||260/km2 (670/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (PST)|
|IDD : area code||+63 (0)56|
|Climate type||tropical rainforest climate|
|Revenue (₱)||69.5 million (2016)|
Pio V. Corpuz, officially the Municipality of Pio V. Corpuz, is a 4th class municipality in the province of Masbate, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 23,236 people.
Pio V. Corpus was formerly known as Limbuhan. In 1951, the barrios of Limbuhan, Guindawahan, Palho, Casabangan, Salvacion, Alegria, Tanque, Bunducan, Bugtong, and Cabangrayan were separated from the town of Cataingan and created into the town of Limbuhan. The town got its current name in 1954, and was named after the former Congressman and Governor, Pio Vicente Corpus (1883–1944). Born on July 11, 1883 in Nueva Ecija, he migrated to Masbate and he would later serve in the war time Japanese sponsored Government and was unfortunately assassinated by the Japanese Intelligence due to mistrust on February 7, 1944 in Manila. Its first mayor was Daniel Señoron.
|Population census of Pio V. Corpuz|
|Source: Philippine Statistics Authority|
In the 2015 census, the population of Pio V. Corpuz was 23,236 people, with a density of 260 inhabitants per square kilometre or 670 inhabitants per square mile.
Fausto "Portus/Ka Boss" L. Seachon, former Municipal Mayor, and former Congressman, brother of Dayan Lanete
Joshur Judd "J" S. Lanete II, former Mayor of Placer, son of Dayan Lanete
Mac John Seachon, former Mayor of Esperanza and son of late Cong. Portus Seachon
Dr. Julius Lecciones, Executive Director of Philippine Children's Medical Center
PCSupt. Pedro B. Cabatingan Jr., Chief, Regional Internal Affairs Services of PNP - Region 11
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