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Relief goods to evacuees

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Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan with wife maam Becky visits and distributes relief goods to evacuees affected by Typhoon Lawin in various parts of Baguio City last October 20. the City was lucky to suffered minor damages and zero casualty. ***


'Lawin' leaves no casualties, minimal damage in baguio

BAGUIO CITY – Supertyphoon "Lawin" unleashed gusty winds and torrential rains but left minimal damage and zero casualty in the city.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan, chair of the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (CDRRMC) said the howler caused six landslides and four soil erosions and damaged 13 houses but no major incident happened during the 12-hour onslaught that began Wednesday night.

"We are thankful that despite our being placed in typhoon signal number 3, the city did not sustain any casualty or any serious damage," the mayor said.

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Unseated Mayor Mauricio Domogan and the Baguio's Finest brief Scout Official For A Day Mayor Jasjine Khyla Dalog of UB Science High School on the city's peace and order situation. The SOFADs headed by Mayor Dalog ran the city for a day as part of the traditional observance of Scouting Month Celebration last October 17. - By Bong Cayabyab



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With the unexpected 1,357 illegal drug dependents and pushers since the anti drug campaign of President Rodrigo Duterte, the City Anti-Drug Abuse Council headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Vice mayor Edison Bilog met last October 18 with concerned heads of agencies to look into measures for barangay reformatory programs implemented by the City Social Welfare and Development under Betty Fangasan. - By Bong Cayabyab


Relocation of Camp 7 batching plant pushed

BAGUIO CITY October 21 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan wants the management of the Camp 7 batching plant to voluntarily relocate its units of equipment and facilities to a less populated area in compliance with its earlier commitment to avoid being the subject of numerous complaints from the neighbourhood.

The local chief executive informed media practitioners that he met with the owner of the batching plant who voluntarily committed to relocate the plant and that the grace period given by the local government for it to relocate already expired long time ago but it seems there is no plan to do so.

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With the recent purchase of emergency tools, equipment and vehicles like tower lights and generators, these will enable the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council to work more efficiently during nighttime or in any weather condition to cope with any disaster and calamity.. - By Bong Cayabyab


Baguio is part of Miss Universe itinerary

BAGUIO CITY October 19 – The city will be visited by the contestants of the 2017 Miss Universe when the Philippines hosts the world's beauty contest, a ranking tourism official said here recently.

Tourism Undersecretary Kat de Castro said organizers of the Miss Universe pageant included the country's Summer Capital in the must see places for the contestants.

"The Philippines is ready to host the Miss Universe beauty pageant. We are in close coordination with the organizers to finish preparations before the January pageant. Coordination is also being done with the concerned agencies and local governments in places the contestants will visit in time before the pageant early next year,"de Castro stressed.

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Students urged to join 2017 National Digital Arts Awards

BAGUIO CITY October 18 – Digital arts enthusiasts, particularly senior high school and college students, are encouraged to actively participate in the staging of the 2017 National Digital Arts Awards.

Belle Morales, North Luzon Manager of Brad Guerilla Ph, said the NDAA is an annual activity aimed at recognizing the talents of young Filipino creative and [providing them an avenue to begin a career in digital arts to help their families.

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Congress told to expand no parking, no registration policy

BAGUIO CITY October 21 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan is urging Congress of the Philippines to pass a law that will include private vehicle owners in the government's no parking, no registration policy to help reduce the unabated use of roads as parking spaces in the different parts of the country.

The local chief executive claimed it is unfortunate private vehicles are not included in the coverage of the no parking, no registration policy that is why people without available parking spaces within their houses and properties simply buy vehicles and make use of roads fronting their houses as their parking areas that contribute in constricting traffic in the barangays.

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Office of the Civil Defense-CAR regional director Andrew Alex Uy briefs Mayor Mauricio Domogan and SOFAD Mayor Jasjine Khyla Dalog of Baguio City High School on the threats posed typhoon "Lawin". . - By Bong Cayabyab


Baguio makes it to 2016 Seal of Good Local Governance

BAGUIO CITY October 21 – The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) announced that Baguio City was able to make it and qualify for the 2016 Seal of Good Local Governance.

In his letter to Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan, Interior and Local Government Secretary Ismael D. Sueno said the city was able to hurdle the stringent qualifications prescribed by the guidelines for the Search for Good Local Governance which is now on its second straight year.

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ABC president and City Councilor Michael Lawana stresses a point for the deputization of barangay tanods to implement the Anti-Obstruction campaign chaired by City Engineer Elpidio Garabiles (left) while City Police Director PSSupt Ramil Saculles listens intently. - By Bong Cayabyab



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Calling an emergency meeting with all concerned government offices and the local media for immediate information and dissemination, Mayor Mauricio Domogan advised residents last Monday to be on alert and brace for the incoming onslaught of typhoon Lawin after experts from the PAGASA warned of its scope and strength and possible danger. - By Bong Cayabyab


Shortlist of qualified PNP officers should not take too long

BAGUIO CITY October 21 – The City Government remains optimistic that the leadership of the Philippine National Police (PNP) will not take too long in submitting to him the shortlist of qualified senior officers where the screening committee will again select the next City Director of the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO).

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said it took the PNP at least two years before it submitted to him the shortlist of qualified senior police officers where the screening committee selected the replacement of former BCPO chief Senior Superintendent Jesus Cambay who was unceremoniously relived from his post without justifiable reasons.

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Baguio joins End Polio Now campaign

BAGUIO CITY October 18 – The City Government joined the worldwide campaign to put an end to polio- one of the life-threatening illnesses, after Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan issued an administrative order declaring Monday, October 24, 2016, as End Polio Now Day in the city.

The local chief executive cited there is a need for the local government, concerned government agencies, and the local residents, to actively participate in the global fight against polio to help eradicate the disease and establish a healthier society beneficial to the greater majority of the present and future generations.

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96 percent of newborn children undergo screening

BAGUIO CITY October 19 – The Cordillera office of the Department of Health (DOH-CAR) revealed ninety-six percent of newborn children born in the different health facilities are now being subjected to mandatory newborn screening to detect congenital diseases that might compromise their growth and development.

Dra. Virginia Narciso, DOH-CAR Medical Officer IV, said the increase in newborn children being subjected to the mandatory screening is an offshoot of the agency's intensified campaign for mothers to voluntarily allow their newborn children to undergo the mandatory screening to be able to detect congenital diseases that need immediate medical attention.

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