San Jose, Camarines Sur
Dolo is a barangay in San Jose, Camarines Sur in the Philippines, classified as a rural place.
Dolo, San Jose Wikipedia
The former name of the place was "Baybay" as called by the natives accordingly because of its sandy soil. However, some of the Tagalog residents found the place to be too far as in the extreme end, thus, they renamed the place as "Dulo" which means "end" and later becomes "Dolo" as time passes.
It has a total land area of 317.040000 hectares and is generally described as plain and coastal. It has only one sitio named Talisay located at the boundary between Sabang and Dolo.
It is bounded to the north by Minoro, south by Manzana, east by Sabang and Lagonoy Gulf, and to the west by Kinalansan. Its major sources of livelihood are agriculture (farming, nipa weaving, and nipa cart vending), and employment in both the public and private enterprises/establishments. It has a total population of 2,034; with 420 households, 477 families and 1,108 registered voters.
Elected barangay officials are as follows: Ramon A. Conde Sr.- Punong Barangay; barangay councilors are: Nelson C. Oco, Norman O. Payong, Ricky S. Froyalde, Eddie Jose I. Arevalo, Amalio B. Lumbria, Eduardo D. Obias, and Jose O. Payong. The appointed barangay secretary and treasurer are: Marly B. San Buenaventura and Jennifer P. Lumbria, respectively. The number of barangay personnel include 15 barangay tanod, 6 barangay health workers, 1 nutrition scholar, 6 puroks/zones Leaders, 1 librarian, 2 day care workers, and 1 utility worker.