Honest citizen

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The City Government of Baguio led by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan and Cong. Mark Go commended Ramel Ines Fariñas, an ordinary citizen with extraordinary show of honesty during the Baguio City flag raising ceremony. Fariñas who is a storekeeper at the YMCA building in Baguio City found a wallet containing P10,000.00 cash and did all efforts to return the said wallet to its rightful owner and never allowed temptation to take the better of him despite the fact that he had only Php. 20 money at that time. RMC PIA-CAR


Ritual for thanksgiving and asking for guidance for a better 2019

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A Benguet elder offers prayers during a ritual for thanksgiving and asking for guidance for a better 2019 particularly those who were involved in the disaster response and coverages last year including members of the police force and media at the PRO-Cor last week. RMC PIA-CAR


Inspection at at the temporary waste transfer station of Baguio City

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Environmental Management Bureau – Cordillera Regional Director Reynaldo Digamo explains to members of the Regional Ecology Center – Cordillera the process of the hauling of garbage at the temporary waste transfer station of Baguio City station in Barangay Dontogan along Marcos Highway during a visit and inspection at the facility last week. RMC PIA-CAR


Honest storekeeper recognized by city

BAGUIO CITY January 10 – The local government conferred to a storekeeper at the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) building the coveted recognition after he returned a wallet containing a huge amount of money he found amidst his need for the same.

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City to bid out crafts and productivity center operation

BAGUIO CITY – The city government will bid out the lease and operation of the Crafts and Productivity Center (CPC) at DPS barangay here.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan issued Administrative Order No. 3 series of 2019 creating the Special Bids and Awards Committee to administer the bidding process.

The city's first attempt to tender the long idle facility in from June to November 2017 did not succeed prompting the mayor to form a new special committee.

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Mayor to meet execs on beneco move to return management of streetlights

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan will meet key department heads soon to discuss their action plan following the decision of the Benguet Electric Cooperative Inc. (BENECO) Board to return the management of the city's streetlights to the city government.

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"Bonsai pine trees" to be planted on street islands

BAGUIO CITY – Aimed at bolstering Baguio's moniker as the "City of Pines", the City Environment Parks and Management Office (CEPMO) is planning to plant bonsai pine trees in the islands of Session and Harrison Roads and other thoroughfares later this year as part of the city government's continuing environmental and beautification program.

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Immediate barangay clean-ups urged

BAGUIO CITY- Mayor Mauricio Domogan last week directed several barangay officials for immediate action on requests for environmental clean-ups, specifically on liquid and solid waste.

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Use of city tri-boundaries as staging areas for buses eyed

BAGUIO CITY January 08 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance requiring all bus companies to use the tri-boundaries at the junction of the Baguio Dairy Farm along Marcos highway, Lamtang, Irisan and Slaughterhouse Compound as staging areas or bus stations in the city.

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High rise building suspension has to go through process - mayor

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan on Monday said suspending the construction of high rise buildings in the city is doable but would entail a whole new process of amending the city's zoning ordinance which had just been revised in 2016.

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Mayor vetoes Burnham carnival operation

BAGUIO CITY January 10 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan vetoed Resolution No. 416, series of 2018 that approved the request of Link-in Corporation for the conduct of the 'Carnibal ti Baguio' at the children's playground, Burnham Park from February 1, 2019 to May 30, 2019 subject to conditions as set forth by the guidelines of the executive department and returned the same to the local legislative body unsigned.

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PNOC study key in finalizing city disposal site

BAGUIO CITY January 08 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan reported the upcoming conduct of a comprehensive study by the State-owned Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) on the most feasible technology for the proper disposal of the generated garbage in the city to help convince the municipal officials of Itogon, Benguet to allow the put up of a state-of-the-art integrated waste disposal facility that will cater to the garbage disposal needs of the Baguio-La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tuba-Tublay (BLISTT) area.

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City bans closure of Burnham Park roads for more than a day

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan has signed a city council resolution prohibiting the closure of Lake Drive or other interior roads within Burnham Park for trade fairs, circus, one-stop shop product shows, agricultural or merchandise displays, exhibits or any activities held or sponsored by the city government or private entity that necessitates closure of the roads for more than one (1) day.

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City condemns Imam's slay, orders "vigorous" investigation

BAGUIO CITY – The local government is condemning the brutal slaying of Imam Bedejim Abdullah and calling the Baguio City Police Office, National Bureau of Investigation regional office and other law enforcement agencies to conduct a "full, vigorous and continuous" investigation to identify and bring the perpetrator/s to justice.

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Only Flower festival trade fairs to be allowed

BAGUIO CITY- Only the Baguio Blooms and Session road in Bloom, both traditional activities of the Baguio Flower Festival are allowed for the 24th staging of Panagbenga this February.

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Hazard pay for garbage collectors, street sweepers mulled

BAGUIO CITY  – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan directed the City General Services Office and the City Human Resource Management Officer to finalize the formula in the computation of the grant of hazard pay to the local government's current garbage collectors and street-sweepers in recognition of their invaluable service and commitment in ensuring the cleanliness around the city year-round.

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