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CSC-CAR BUILDING PROJECT

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Philippine Civil Service Commissioner Robert S. Martinez ( wearing eyerglasses and polo barong), Mayor Mauricio Domogan, CSC-CAR regional director Marilyn Taldo and CSC director Cecilia dela Fuente lead the ground-breaking and laying of time capsule ceremony for the P33 million CSC Learning and Development Resource Center building construction project which will start this year. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Crimes stats down in Baguio-BCPO

BAGUIO CITY- Crime rates have decreased and 24 drug-affected barangays are on the process of being delisted, the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) reported during the 3rd quarter Peace and Order council meeting last week at city hall.

A 38.21% crime volume decrease was noted, with 1943 crimes committed from January to August 2016, as compared to 3145 in January to August 2016. A spike in crimes in February was pointed out due to activities of the annually celebrated Panagbenga.

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POSD in action

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Taking a break from being an anti-peddling enforcers, a team of POSD personnel led by its Chief, Mr. Policarpio Cambod joined the City Government's clean-up drive for the Central Business District area last Friday Morning, picking and sweeping litters along the Session Rd. area. *** Joel B. Belinan

 

City Government's Tree Planting activities

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POSD enforcers planting tree seedlings along the Zigzag Rd. near the Lions head during the City Government's Tree Planting activities last September 16. *** by Joel B. Belinan

 

Sto. Tomas land owners told to submit proposals

BAGUIO CITY September 23 – The City Government wants the numerous claimants within the 139-hectare city-owned property in barangay Sto. Tomas School Area to submit their respective proposals on how the local government will deal with their occupied areas that will be reportedly affected in the preparation of the master development plan for the said area that was already declared and identified for city needs.

During a dialogue with more or less 80 land owners in the area Thursday, Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan agreed to the appeal of the affected land owners to give them at least one month for them to discuss among themselves the contents of their proposals that will be submitted to his office by October 24, 2016.

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SISTER ROTARY CLUB FROM SOUTH KOREA DONATION

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Rotary Club of Shin Yang District San South Korea district 3720 headed by president Kim Chang Su hand over a check worth $1,500 US dollars to its sister club, Rotary Club of Metro Baguio RCMB) district 3790 represented by president Elmie Manansala supporting RCMB's various community projects during the RCMB's 30th Charter Anniversary and induction of new set of officers last September 19.- By Bong Cayabyab

 

VETERINARIANS' CALL

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Officers of the Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) headed by president Dr. Jose Sabater receives a warm welcome from Mayor Mauricio Domogan during a brief courtesy call. Mayor Domogan thanks the PVMA for choosing Baguio City for their PVMA National General Assembly with more than 1,600 participants from all over the country on February 21 to 24 this coming year. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Nuisance activities near schools to be prohibited in city

BAGUIO CITY September 23 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance prohibiting any activity that will create any kind of pollution that will affect any school activity and providing penalties for violation thereof.

The ordinance authored by Councilor Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. declared all schools in the city as pollution-free areas and that it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in any activity that will create any kind of pollution that will directly or indirectly affect school surroundings and the academic community or disrupt school activities, including but not limited to activities that will create noise, bad or foul odor or smoke.

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Purchase of tow trucks for BCPO approved

BAGUIO CITY September 23 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance appropriating the amount of six million pesos from the general fund of the local government next year for the purchase of two trucks for the use of the Baguio City Police Office – Traffic Management Branch (BCPO-TMB) in the implementation of traffic rules and regulations in the different parts of the city.

The ordinance authored by Councilor Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. stated the towing of illegally parked vehicles is authorized under Section 11 of Ordinance No. 7, series of 1984 or the City's Comprehensive Traffic Ordinance.

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BAGUIO BEAUTY QUEENS' CALL

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan congratulates newly crowned Miss Baguio 2016 Arrianne Dia Gallotan (center), Miss Liga Ng Mga Barangay Vijita Kumari Sha (extreme left) and Miss Tourism Alecia Sonia Edmund during a brief courtesy call at the Mayor's Office September 19. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Ailing girl, 12, needs support to survive

Once in a while, a story comes along that needs to be told- and retold - for the virtue it radiates.

One such story revolves around Marie Joy Manojil Ligudon, a 12-year old girl from Ifugao who has become the youngest among a steadily growing number of kidney patients undergoing hemodialysis treatment at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center.

Thanks to an Ibaloi family from Kabayan, Benguet, Marie Joy, fourth of five children of a marginal farmer-couple in Aguinaldo town, has gone this far in her expensive twice-a-week dialysis for kidney failure that has to be sustained for a life-time, unless she undergoes kidney transplant.

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NEWLY PROMOTED HEAD TEACHERS

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan, DepEd-Baguio officials headed by city schools superintendent Atty. Augustin Laban and Federation of PTA-Baguio Association president Tatang Edong Carta pose for posterity with the newly promoted 17 public school head teachers during a brief courtesy call at the Mayor's Office September 19. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

BAGUIO TO HOST CARAA AGAIN

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Members of the City School Board headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan approved P2.6 million budget in principle for the staging again the third consecutive hosting of the CARAA games here next year during the meeting held at the Mayor's Office September 19. - by Bong Cayabyab

 

City to oppose water rights application in CJH barangays

BAGUIO CITY September 20 – The City Government will be filing a motion for reconsideration before the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) for the regulating agency to reverse its earlier decision to approve the water rights application to operate and maintain a waterworks system within Camp John Hay, particularly barangays Scout Barrio, Country Club Village, Happy Hallow and Kadaclan Village.

The council argued the NWRB erred in granting the said application of John Hay Water System, Inc. for the renewal of its water rights application to maintain and operate a waterworks system inside the former American base because it failed to include in its deliberations the position of the local government to be an automatic intervener in water rights applications being filed by different companies wanting to operate in the different parts of the city.

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Mayor orders schedule for city hall drug test

BAGUIO CITY September 23 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan ordered the City Health Services Office to finalize the schedule for the drug-testing of city officials and employees pursuant to the marching orders of the Duterte administration to have a drug-free society in the next several months.

The local chief executive said the 1,500-strong officials and employees of the city hall must undergo the required mandatory drug test in order to ascertain who among them are reportedly involved in the use of prohibited drugs to guide concerned offices on how to deal with them.

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Edict declaring September 3 as holiday in Baguio filed

BAGUIO CITY September 23 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance declaring September 3 every year as a special public holiday in the city in recognition of the bravery of the Filipino soldiers in the Cordilleras.

The ordinance authored by Councilors Edgar M. Avila, Lilia A. Fariñas, Maria Mylen Victoria G. Yaranon and Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. stated that the measure may be cited as the 'Filipino Soldiers in the Cordilleras Commemorative Day.'

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