Leave market passageways always open.

BAGUIO CITY – Passageways in the market should always be free from itinerant vendors and other obstructions, Mayor Mauricio Domogan reiterated during a meeting with the Baguio City Market Authority (BCMA) last week.

Night market vendors should also follow regulations earlier agreed on, it was known, as with businesspeople occupying the Mines View Park building.

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City's Tourism

City's Tourism would get a big boost from extreme sports says Congressman Nicasio Aliping in support of the upcoming TNF 100 or the North Face 100 during the Regular Kapihan last April 16 at the Baguio Media Camp. TNF 100 is the first of its kind in Asia and route in Baguio and Benguet got the highest rating in terms of difficulty all over Asia and will be held on May 3 and 4 with the start and finish at Camp John Hay but will pass through the city, Itogon, and Tuba in Benguet. Others in Photo are Mr. Anthony De Leon of Baguio Country Club, North Face Division Manager Jundel Llagas and Ces Zulueta, Technical staff of the race.


Kids art for Climate Change

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan giving a little pep-talk to children under 8 year old during the Climate Change art activities for children organized by the city's climate change committee last April 19, 2014 at the Burnham Park Children's Park



IMG_1442At least 20 residents of Baguio receive their land titles during a program distribution of adninistrative patents of titles from he Registry of Deeds headed by Atty. Guerrero Felipe and city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Vice Mayor Daniel Farinas s at city hall grounds last April 7.



IMG_1607SP Social services , Women and Urban Poor chairperson Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda, Secretary to the Mayor Rafael Tallocoy and DOLE-CAR representative George Lubin look on the finished products of the members of the Dizon-Manzanillo Subdivision Barangay's Livelihood Industrial Sewing team during the turn-over ceremony last April 10. The ocassiont was graced by Cong. Nicasio Aliping Jr.


City gears up for holy week influx of vacationers

BAGUIO CITY – The city is gearing up for the expected influx of visitors this Holy Week and the rest of the summer.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan last week said he tasked concerned offices to prepare contingency measures to tackle peace and order concerns and other necessities not only for the Lenten break but also for the entire summer when tourists flock to the city for the long vacation.

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City DAD wants audit on Panagbenga and transfer of management to Government.

BAGUIO CITY – Councilor Leandro Yangot, Jr., this Monday endorses to the SangguniangPanlungsod his proposed resolutions for the conduct of accounting and audit of Panagbenga 2014; and the transfer of management and operation of the Baguio Flower Festival (BFF) to the city government.

In his first resolution, Yangot, Jr., requested that an "appropriate accounting and audit of all funds used in the preparation and staging of the 2014 celebration of Panagbenga "...as well as those in "past years be published and posted for the information of the public."

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City firm on school site inside John Hay

The city will stand pat on the construction of an elementary school building on the original site agreed with the John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC) despite a change of heart on the part of the government firm on top of developments within the sprawling former United States military rest and recreation center.

This was made clear by city mayor Mauricio Domogan in a meeting Wednesday afternoon with representatives of JHMC, the city schools and barangay officials of Country Club Village who sought the dialogue on the heels of JHMC's position to transfer the school site to the barangay basketball court.

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Pasil library project gets boost from Germany

An on-going campaign for support to the establishment of a community library and museum for Pasil town in Kalinga last week got a much-needed boost from shotokan (traditional) karate students in Germany who had their teacher deliver P30,000 for the project.

Expatriate Igorot martial artist Julian Chees turned over the amount Monday to television journalist Dhobie de Guzman, head of BerdengKarunungan which is spearheading the library-cum-museum project.

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Mayor wants housing concerns in Tadiangan addressed.

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan during the Monday Executive-Legislative meeting

last week requested Councilor Leandro Yangot, Jr., to look closely into problems of the joint Baguio-Benguet housing project at Tadiangan, Tuba, Benguet.

There have been complaints that some of the relocation's housing units are not being occupied, or that residents are less than responsible as to cleanliness of the area.

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YES-C participants benefit from Eco-Walk program

Fifty three adolescents of the Youth Empowerment for Stronger Communities (YES-C) were brought closer to nature through the city's Eco-walk program last April 13 at the Busol Watershed. Their immersion into the experiential environmental learning process for kids is in line with their "Caring for the Environment" workshop.

Jennifer Lobchoy, a mentor of YES-C, said they chose to have an Eco-walk as part of their "Caring for the Environment "workshop to let the participants have a first-hand experience with nature.

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Speech Delivered by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan during the Cordillera Month Closing Ceremony
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