Municipal Website of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, Philippines. Municipal Government of San Jose: San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, Philippines San Jose Airport (Filipino: Paliparan ng San Jose) (IATA: SJI, ICAO: RPUH), formerly known as McGuire Field, is an airport serving the general area of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro in the Philippines.
It is one of three airports in Occidental Mindoro, the others being Mamburao Airport and Lubang Airport. San Jose, officially the Municipality of San Jose, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Occidental Mindoro, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 143, 430 people, [3, which represents a third of the provincial population, and the largest among cities (excluding Puerto Princesa City) and municipalities in the Mai, believed to be the old name of Mindoro, was mentioned in an old Chinese document in 982 A.
D. According to Scott, a historian, Mai is how the people of Southern China pronounced Mait, a settlement at the southern part of Mindoro where the natives of the place and the Chinese traders used to barter goods. In the election held in 1992, Mayor Santos was reelected and for the first time in the history of Occidental Mindoro, the elected governor was born in San Jose Governor Josephine RamirezSato.
For congressman, Jose T. Villarosa was chosen by the people. Mayor Santos, meanwhile, continued making improvements in San Jose. SMA is Divine Word CollegeSan Jose at present. Paluan Academy which was founded by a group of educators at the westernmost municipality of Occidental Mindoro is known at present as Paluan National High School.
When the island of Mindoro divided into two provinces on June 13, 1950 this place was already a sitio. The inhabitants decided to change its name to San Roque, after the name of their patron saint. Right after the creation of the province of Occidental Mindoro, the provincial headquarters of the Philippine Constabulary was place in San Roque.