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AVISO No. 007  (Marzo 17 de 2017)

Por solicitud de la CRQ y a fin de facilitar la participación activa  de la comunidad del Municipio de Armenia, en la Audiencia Pública de Rendición  de Cuentas de la entidad ambiental, en esta Agencia del Ministerio Público se adelantarán las inscripciones de quienes quieran intervenir en la citada audiencia.

Inicia a apartir de hoy, en los formatos suministrados por la CRQ para ese efecto y se adelantará hasta las 5:00 p,m, del 17 de abril del año en curso.



Eduardo Monsalve Muñoz
PERSONERO AUXILIAR (e)


AVISO No. 006  (Marzo 9 de 2017)


Por capacitación programada, mañana viernes 10 de marzo del año en curso no habrá atención a los ciudadanos entre las 4:00 pm y las 6:30 pm.



AVISO No. 005  (Febrero 24 de 2017)


Resolución No 010 del 19 de enero de 2017, "Por medio de la cual se adiciona el Reglamento Interno de Trabajo de la Personería Municipal de Armenia, Q". 




 
 

 

  


AVISO No. 004  (Enero 31 de 2017)

 v2/files/POLITICA.pdf  Poítica Pública de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo

AVISO No. 003  (Enero 30 de 2017)




AVISO No. 002  (Enero 16 de 2017)


AVISO No. 001  (Enero 13 de 2017)

Nota aclaratoria: El organismo se permite informar que por error involuntario, al momento de escanear la Resolución No 008 del 13 de enero de 2017, inicialmente se adjunto información imprecisa, razón por la cual se publica nuevamente el mencionado documento, tomado fielmente del original, a fin de brindar mayor claridad a la comunidad.






AVISO 26 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2016

Se solicita la colaboración para ubicar a los familiares de JANETH NARVAEZ OSORIO, Nacida en Armenia, Quindío. Identificada con cédula de ciudadanía 41.891.766 de Armenia. 57 años. Dirigirse de carácter urgente a la morgue del instituto nacional de medicina legal y ciencias forenses Calle 7A Nro 12 A – 51 PISO 1
Tels: (1) 4 06 99 77  

v2/files/file/AVISO%20DIC_%2026-16.pdf




Aviso No. 110  (octubre 24 de 20


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 La suscrita profesional universitaria de la División Penal de la Personería Municipal de Armenia hace saber:

A los familiares de la señora MARY CRUZ ÁRIAS VALLEJO, identificada con CC No. 1.094.923.967, con direcciòn de contacto Manzana D No. 24 y celular 3113193643  que :

 Deben comunicarse de forma urgente con el Instituto de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses, en Bogotá al teléfono PBX  4069944 Ext 2002 o al  2320534.


El presente aviso se fija a las 3:15 p..m. del día 24 de octubre del año 2016 

 

CELMIRA ARIZA

Abogada División Penal 




AVISO 109 octubre 6 de 2016

Para constancia se fija el presente aviso hoy 06 (seis) de octubre del año 2016, a las 16:15 pm 

 

LUZ ELENA OSORNO ÀRIAS

Personera Auxiliar (a) 


AVISO No. 108  (septiembre 08 de 2016)


Para constancia se fija el presente aviso hoy 08 (ocho) de Septiembre del año 2016, a las 17:32 

 

ANA CATALINA CARDONA CARDONA

Abogada División Vigilancia Administrativa y Judicial 



AVISO No. 107  (septiembre 07 de 2016)







AVISO No. 106  (agosto 18 de 2016)




La suscrita técnica de la división de vigilancia administrativa y judicial se permite fijar aviso de fecha agosto diecisiete (17) de 2016 expedido por esta Personería, además de la copia íntegra de la Resolución No, 0015558 del 22 de julio del 2016 suscrita por la subdirectora técnica de la dirección de administración de fondos de la protección social del ministerio de salud y protección social. Dicho aviso se fija por el espacio de 5 días en aras de surtir la notificación respectiva del señor Duverney Lancheros al igual que presente el Recurso de Reposición.

 

El presente aviso se fija a partir del día diecisiete (17) de agosto de 2016 hasta el día miércoles 24 de agosto de 2016




AVISO No. 105  (agosto 17 de 2016)








AVISO No. 104  (agosto 09 de 2016)




Se fija aviso expedido por la Personería Municipal de Armenia por el término de cinco días.

AVISO No. 103  (agosto 03 de 2016)


El suscrito Profesional Universitario de la Personería de Armenia hace constar que:

 
Mediante  telegrama  recibido por este despacho –en físico- el día 27 (veintisiete) de julio  del año en curso, desde el Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses se solicita colaboración para ubicar a familiares de LUIS HERNANDO RAMIREZ CARDENAS, nacido en Anolaima Cundinamarca, el 18 de marzo de 1958. Con  CC 7.519.138 de Armenia, Quindío, con 62 años de edad. Favor dirigirse con carácter urgente a la morgue del Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses, ubicado en la calle 7A No. 12 A- 51 Piso 1, en Bogotá o comunicarse a los teléfonos 4069977- 4069944- 4061106 extensión 1117, o acudir a la sede de la Personería Municipal de Armenia, Quindío, ubicada en la Calle 23 No. 12-56 piso 3, teléfonos  7443283- 7413474 o 7413475.

El presente aviso se fija a las: 05:00  pm, del día 03 de agosto del año 2016

 

EDUARDO MONSALVE  MUÑOZ

Profesional Universitario Delegado Penal  


AVISO No. 102  (julio 19 de 2016)

  

   

 La suscrita técnica de la División de  Vigilancia Administrativa y Judicial de la Personería Municipal de Armenia hace saber que:

1.      Este despacho dio respuesta al Derecho de Petición  impetrado por la señora ARBOLEDA HERNÁNDEZ, identificada con CC No 21.231.565  de fecha junio 23  de 2016, mediante oficio DVAJ -303-0637 de fecha julio 11 de 2016, el cual fue enviado a la dirección de notificación indicada por la peticionaria.

             2.    Mediante devolución la empresa MC Mensajería indica que el oficio DVAJ -303- 0637 enviado por esta Personería fue objeto de PRIMER Y SEGUNDO                      INTENTO.

 3.      Que por lo anterior es  necesario efectuar la respectiva notificación por AVISO, como lo indica el Artículo 69 de la Ley 1437 de 2011, informando la respuesta contenida en el referido oficio.

Se aclara a la ciudadana  LUDIVIA ARBOLEDA HERNANDEZ, que el presente aviso se publicará con copia íntegra del derecho de petición de junio 23 de 2016  en la cartelera de entrada de  la Personería y en la página web del organismo por el término de cinco (5) días hábiles, a partir de su expedición y que al día siguiente de su desfijación quedará surtida  la notificación según el artículo 69 de la Ley 1437 de 2011, nuevo Código de  Procedimiento Administrativo y de lo Contencioso Administrativo.


Para constancia se fija el presente aviso hoy 19 (diecinueve) de julio del año 2016, a las 10:32 a..m.

 

ANA CATALINA CARDONA CARDONA

Abogada División Vigilancia Administrativa y Judicial 


AVISO No. 101  (julio 18  de 2016)

 

 

La suscrita técnica de la División de  Vigilancia Administrativa y Judicial de la Personería Municipal de Armenia hace saber que :

1.      Este despacho respondió el Derecho de Petición  impetrado por la ciudadana ARBOLEDA HERNÁNDEZ, identificada con CC No 21-231.565  de fecha 9 junio 16 de 2016, mediante oficio DVAJ -303-0628 de fecha julio 5 de 2016, el que fue enviado a la dirección de notificación indicada por la peticionaria.

2.      Mediante devolución la empresa MC Mensajería indica que el oficio oficio DVAJ -303-0628 enviado por esta agencia del Ministerio Público fue objeto de PRIMER Y SEGUNDO intento.

 3.      Que por lo anterior se hace necesario efectuar la respectiva notificación por AVISO, como lo indica el Artículo 69 de la Ley 1437 de 2011, informando la respuesta contenida en el referido oficio.

Se aclara a la ciudadana  LUDIVIA ARBOLEDA HERNANDEZ, que el presente aviso se publicará con copia integra en la cartelera de la Personería y en la página web del organismo en los tiempos y términos que que determina la norma, para que quede surtida la notificación según el artículo 69 de la Ley 1437 de 2011.


Para constancia se fija el presente aviso hoy 18 (dieciocho) de julio del año 2016, 10:17 a..m.

 

ANA CATALINA CARDONA CARDONA

Abogada División Vigilancia Administrativa y Judicial 



Aviso No. 100  (julio 18 de 2016)
  
El suscrito Personero Municipal (e  de la Personería de Armenia
En apoyo interinstitucional entre la Personería de Armenia y la Alcaldía de Armenia  se realiza la publicación de identidades  de 10 ciudadanos, quienes actúan como veedores de diferentes Veeduría, que fueron invitados  a la Audiencia Pública Participativa del Primer Semestre 2016 y a los cuales no fue posible ubicar en las direcciones de residencia que registran.
La solicitud se emite desde la Oficina de Protocolo
El presente aviso se fija a las 9:30  a..m. del día 18 de julio del año 2016 

JORGE IVÁN VILEGAS DÍAZ
Personero Municipal (e)


Aviso No. 099  (julio 5 de 2016)

 

 La suscrita técnica de la División de  Vigilancia Administrativa y Judicial de la Personería Municipal de Armenia hace saber:

A la señora LUDIVIA ARBOLEDA HERNÁNDEZ, identificada con CC No. 21.231.565, que :

 1.      Este despacho respondió el Derecho de Petición  impetrado por la ciudadana ARBOLEDA HERNÁNDEZ, con fecha 9 de junio de 2016, mediante oficio PA-300-080 de fecha junio 23 de 2016, el que fue enviado a la dirección de notificación indicada por la peti

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