How it all began...
April 12, 2019Letter was sent to PrimeWater reacceptance of the proposal and detailed negotiation of the Joint Venture (JV) terms and conditions.
April 10, 2019Board Resolution approved the JVSC report, accepted the proposal (Resolution No. 26)
April 5, 2019Notices of the JVSC Meeting for the evaluation of the Unsolicited Proposal - JVSC evaluation report.
April 1, 2019Board Resolution authorized the evaluation of the proposal (Resolution No. 21)
October 18-30, 2018Letters were sent to the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC), Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA), Commission on Audit (COA), Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) and Philippine Institute of Certified Accountants (PICPA) to designate their representative to the JVSC.
October 10, 2018Board Resolution created the Joint Venture Selection Committee (JVSC) and requested for representation of the JVSC (Resolution No. 52).
August 24, 2018Received letter for the Unsolicited Proposal of PrimeWater Corp.
September 13, 1991MWD became a Government Owned and Controlled Corporation (GOCC) by virtue of the Supreme Court decision and is now named the Malaybalay City Water District (MCWD).
February 4, 1977LWUA granted MWD its Conditional Certificate of Conformance (CCC).
February 1, 1976MWD formally took over the old water supply system of the municipality. After a year, MWD was officially confirmed by the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) as the 33rd water district in the country.
September 2, 1975The Malaybalay Municipal Council passed and approved Resolution No. 3-26-75 paving the way for an autonomous local water district operating under the principle of self-reliance and financial viability with the mandated task of delivering safe, sufficient and potable water to the people of Malaybalay.