||Rolando L. Lacasandile
Barangay Kagawad Brenda L. Lacasandile
Barangay Kagawad Arsenio L. Lite, Jr.
Barangay Kagawad William L. Leti
Barangay Kagawad Rey G. Lacasandile
Barangay Kagawad Dolores H. Lucero
Barangay Kagawad Teresa Q. Lacasandile
Barangay Kagawad Alex B. Pulanco
||Marilet L. Pulanco
||Lucresia L. Lacasandile
|Day Care worker
- Manolito L. Lacasandile – Chief Tanod
- Ronnie R. Frigillana
- Jose L. Lacasandile
- Recto L. Visario
- Jaime E. Lacasandile
We envision our Barangay to be Progressive Community, Productive, Prosperous, Peaceful and Clean. Where People are participative and are united, empowered God created and self-reliant leader by transparent, sincere, active and responsive Barangay Officials.
The pursuit of our mission we accredit our self-promote equal justice sustainable living and general welfare for all people and the barangay through our effort commitment and good governance.
GENERAL INFORMATION/SOCIO ECONOMIC PROFILE
- Total Land Area: 103.5340 hectares
North – Amburayan River
South – La Union
East – Amburayan River
West – Barangay Baritao & Barangay Pudoc East
- Population : 389 As of June, 2016
- IRA (As of 2016) 1,046,520.00
- Income from Local Sources
E1. Share on Community Tax Certificate 4,500.00
E2. Share on Real Property Taxes 2,400.00
E3. Barangay Clearance 1,400.00
E4. Provincial Aid 1,000.00
E5. Municipal Aid 1,000.00
- Source of Income of Residents
F1. Farming (Percentage) : 80%
F2. OFW (Percentage) : 10%
F3. Tricycle Operators (Percentage) : 5%
F4. Carpenters (Percentage) : 3%
F5. Teaching (Percentage) : 2%
- Fiesta Date: December 23, 2016
- Patron Saint: San Isidro
- Presence of Barangay Hall Existing
- Presence of Day Care Center Existing
- Presence of Health Center Existing
- Presence of Sports Center Existing
- Other Facilities:
L.1. Botika ng Barangay
L.2. Basketball Court
L.6. Grass Cutter
L.7. Water Pump
Kalamansi. Corn, Vegetable, Fruits
Barangay Lantag was once a sitio of Barangay Baritao during the late 1920’s a very strong typhoon came to flooded Barangay Baritao, some of the Barangay Folks of Barangay Baritao were evacuated to the other Barangay’s and in the early days of 1936, the sitio Lantag was created as Barrio of Tagudin.
Why they name Lantag? According to some Barangay Folks and Historians, this Barangay derived its name from a tree called CALANTAS served as their shelter while thet are playing and pasturing Carabaos and cows, as the old folks says they also name KALANTAGAN, in later on become LANTAG.
So they registered as Barrio LANTAG and according to the early records shows that in these early days of local governance the head of government was the “TENIENTE DEL BARRIO” and the Barangay was known as the barrio, Lieutenant with the passage of General Order 43, was the name given to Barrio head man.
Barangay Lantag is located on the Southern part of the Municipality of Tagudin with a distance of 2.5 kilometer or just 15 to 29 minutes by walking. Barangay Lantag was bounded on the North and East by the Amburayan River beds. It also bounded on the west by Barangay Baritao and Pudoc East pon the South is Provincial Boundary of Ilocos Sur one can reach Barangay Lantag by riding a Tricycle or by walking.