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SPES GRANTEES' OATH

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Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) grantees numbering 264 take their oath of office before Mayor Mauricio Domogan to begin their summer employment from April 18-May 30. Screened by the PESO under executive assistant Jose Atanacio, the students will work in the various city offices for the duration. A second batch consisting of college students will begin their tour of duty in June. - Alberto Manaois photo

 

City defends report in irreconcilable properties

BAGUIO CITY April 19 – The city government was never remiss in the handling of movable properties and equipment but there were various supervening factors that have resulted to the existence of some irreconcilable properties over the past several decades.

In their letter to Margie D. Bongait, State Auditor IV and Audit Team Leader of Baguio City, City Genral Services Officer Romeo D. Concio and City Accountant Antonio L. Tabin cited among the factors that have caused the presence of irreconcilable properties and equipment of the city were the transfer of records from the city treasury to the city accounting and city general services office, the adoption of electronic new government accounting system on October 2006 wherein no record of accountable items under the items for reconciliation were turned over, the subsidiary6 ledger for the reconciliation were not in the records of the city accounting, thus, the difficulty of identifying in the field for the purpose of the physical count and for three years since 2013, their offices had been conducting physical inventory and that all city-owned properties were properly and appropriately included in their report of count of properties, plant and equipment.

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GUARDIANS OF THE RIVERS AND ITS TRIBUTARIES

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New volunteers and adopters from the academe and business sectors join the "Salaknib Ti Waig" to protect the city's four main river systems during the signing of agreement with City Mayor Mauricio Domogan, DENR-CAR regional director Ralph C. Pablo, CEPMO head Cordelia Lacsamana, ABC president and City Councilor Engr. Michael Lawana and Dr. Julie Cabato of the Baguio Regreening Movement and Baguio Heritage Foundation during a simple ceremony at the Mayor's Office April 21. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

SCANNERS

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Members of the Baguio City Market Authority headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and SP Chair on Market and Trade City Councilor Elaine Sembrano scan the letter of recommendations, complaints and various issues of vendors particularly in Block IV for immediate action during their meeting at the Mayor's Office last April 20. - Bong Cayabyab

 

Conversion of local roads to national status pushed

BAGUIO CITY April 19 – The city government wants the conversion of more city and barangay roads to national status in order to ensure the appropriate development and maintenance of such roads that will be used as alternate routes going to and from the city without passing through the central business district area.

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said the conversion of city and barangay roads to national status will also guarantee the proper maintenance of such road networks in order to conform with existing standards and that the said road will be under the jurisdiction of the public works department.

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BARANGAY MOVERS

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Pinsao Pilot Project barangay officials headed by PB Sotero Dulaycan (right-2nd row) hand over the certificate of recognition to the representatives of Senior Citizens of Pinsao Pilot Project Association , PPP's Women's Organization, photojournalist Bong Cayabyab, balikbayan from Australia and .1st Kapitan del Barrio of PPP John Lardizabal Sr, Gin Heads Club, Twain Creeks Women's Organization and Dr. Miller Peckley for their invaluable contributions to the barangay during the PPP's 22nd Barangay Fiesta April 16. - Photo by Rj Cayabyab

 

BAGUIO'S OUTSTANDING PUNONG BARANGAYS AND HALL OF FAMERS

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Hall of Fame Awardees (Center front row) Miguel A Kiswa of Santo Tomas Proper and Roberto T. Medina of Pacdal are flanked by the Ten Outstanding Punong Barangays of Baguio (OPB) City for the Year 2015 (from 3nd left to right, front row) PB Magdelene Elsie B. Tindoc Of Manuel Roxas, PB Andres B. Remorque Jr of Upper QM, PB Catherine A. Quinones of MRR-Queen of Peace, Timothy C. Pudlao Jr of Kias, Murphy W. Maspil Sr of Holy Ghost proper, PB Ignacio Genesis L. Gallente of Middle Quirino Hill, PB Oliver P. Dicang of Lower Quirino Hill, PB Federico B. Codley of Atok Trail., PB Ferdinand M. Bucad of Hillside and PB Luis B. Badecao Jr of Upper Rock Quarry barangay. The award is bestowed by the Rotary Club of Metro Baguio (RCMB) headed by president Maria Fe V. Oyson RCMB-OPB committee chairman Edwin M. Zamora. The RCMB-OPB 23rd awarding ceremonies was graced by Cong. Nicasio Aliping Jr and Mayor Mauricio Domogan while DILG-Baguio Director director Evelyn Trinidad and AVC president and City Councilor Engr. Micahel lawan witnessed the event held at Hotel Supreme last April 19. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

My properties were legally acquired – Domogan

BAGUIO CITY April 19 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said that all his existing properties were legally acquired through his practice of his legal profession even before joining politics, saying that not one among his properties were acquired illegally.

The local chief executive underscored that when he was lawyering for some Ibaloi families in Baguio and Benguet, he was compensated not through monetary considerations but through parcels of lands owned by the said families, thus, the existence of his property in Irisan.

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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ON

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City government and city schools officials led by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and city schools superintendent Francis Cesar Bringas unroll the tarpaulin marking the official start of the senior high school program in the city last Monday. Bringas said enrolment for the program has begun in the various public senior high schools.With them are Councilors Leandro Yangot Jr. and Fred Bagbagen and DepEd Cordillera officers led by Elma Donaal and Agustin Laban. - Jerry Manaois photo

 

BLOOD PROGRAM

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Red Cross Baguio Chapter chair Erdolfo Balajadia explains the city's blood supply situation during the meeting of the City Blood Council with Mayor Mauricio Domogan attended by Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints who offered assistance for the improvement of the city's blood program. - Aileen Refuerzo photo

 

Baguio did not incur debt – Domogan

BAGUIO CITY April 21 – The city government did not acquire any debt from local and international financial lending institutions over the past two decades because the affairs of the local government were appropriately managed by transparent and accountable leaders.

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said the share of the local government from the internal revenue allotment (IRA) complimented by internally generated resources were more than enough to effectively and efficiently implement priority development projects and enhance the delivery of basic services to the people through the yeast several decades, thus, obtaining loans from various local and international financial lending institutions was never part of his agenda.

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ADVISORY

STATEMENT IN REPLY TO THE PUBLISHED OPEN LETTER OF BCDA PRESIDENT and CEO ARNEL PACIANO D. CASANOVA

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS
2014

Speech Delivered by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan during the Cordillera Month Closing Ceremony
July 26 SLU-BC

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STATE OF THE REGION ADDRESS

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Click on the City's Programs and Projects Menus for the 1ST State of the City Address

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Click on the City's Programs and Projects Menus for the complete list

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Autonomy Working Draft is also in the Legislative Directory

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