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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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.


Farinas designates city water board members

BAGUIO CITY – Acting Mayor Daniel Farinas last week designated the members of the City Water Resources Board (CWRB) to serve as the deputized agent of the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) in the city.

The move was in line with the recent city council action to make the city government the "automatic forced intervenor" through the CWRB in all applications for water permits before the NWRB as a way of regulating the operation of privately owned deep wells which affect the groundwater resources and water security of the city."

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IMG_1656Members of Senior Citizens of Dizon-Manzanillo Subdivision Barangay headed by president Teresita Quero proudly show off their Senior Citizens Garden project to Cong. Nicasio Aliping (not shown in photo) Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda and Secretary to the Mayor Rafael \Tallocoy during the inaugural last April 10.


60 youth watershed-bound this Sunday morning

Sixty adolescents belonging to Youth Empowerment for Stronger Communities (YES-C) will explore Baguio's Busol watershed this Sunday morning as part of their three-day "Caring for the Environment" workshop.

Child and Family Service Philippines, Inc.(CFSPI), sponsor of the YES-C program, has asked Ramon Dacawi, coordinator of the city's Eco-walk environmental program for children, to facilitate the youth group's experiential learning process.

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IMG_3638World War II veterans and local officials headed by Congressman Nicasio Aliping Jr. and Acting City Mayor Daniel Fariñas give tribute to the "fallen" and living heroes who fought for our freedom during the observance of National Heroes Day themed: "Ang Beterano: Sigla at Inspirasyon ng Kabataan Tungo sa Tuwid na Daan." held at Veteran's Park last April 9.


Baguio ROD assures no registration of unvalidated 211 titles

BAGUIO CITY - Concurrent Land Registration Authority Cordillera (LRA-CAR) and Acting Baguio Register of Deeds (ROD) Guerrero Felipe on Monday assured that no unvalidated 211 land titles in the city will be registered in his office.

The so-called 211 titles are those issued under Civil Reservation Case No. 1 Record 211 and which were declared void by the Supreme Court because the court that issued the same had no jurisdiction. The said titles can be legalized only upon undergoing validation proceedings.

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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.


ERS fertilizer buy-back deal up as moa forged

BAGUIO CITY – The planned buy-back scheme for the fertilizer produced by the city's Environmental Recycling System (ERS) may now push through with the forging of a memorandum of agreement between the city government and a Pro Tech Machinery Corporation subsidiary.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Luis Arquiza Lu Jr. signed the agreement last March representing the city government and the Luis Lu, Jr. Holdings, Inc., respectively.

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IMG_1710Secretary to the Mayor Rafael Tallocoy representing Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan vows Baguio's full support and cooperation to the attainment of the BLISTT vision during a public consultation held at La Trinidad, Benguet Municipal Hall last April 10. The BLISTT Mayors (left to right) Florencio Bentrez of Tuba, Vice-Mayor Romeo Salda and Mayor Edna Tabanda of La Trinidad, Arthus Baldo of Sablan and Ruben Paoad of Tublay calledfor the support of the neighboring communities to obtain fast development and peaceful co-existence within the BLISTT area.


Three women in constant search for samaritans

Families of patients undergoing life-time hemodialysis treatment for kidney failure will always be in calvary. They'll find no long-lasting relief from the weight of the cross – financial and emotional.

Otherwise, the consequences would be dire.

Hemodialysis, done two to three times a week, is for a life-time. The alternative is an organ transplant, which would entail looking for the right donor and millions of pesos needed for the tissue matching, the implant and the recovery, for both recipient and donor.

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