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Forest bathing in John Hay to boost Baguio's tourism industry

BAGUIO CITY November 13 – Local and tourisms officials agreed the newly launched forest bathing inside the Eco trails inside Camp John hay will help boost the robust growth of the Baguio's ecotourism industry with the expected influx of nature lovers wanting to enjoy the city's cool weather year-round.

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Heritage preservation not in conflict with resource generation – UP chancellor

BAGUIO CITY November 13 – Heritage preservation is not in conflict with resource generation, University of the Philippines College Baguio (UPCB) Chancellor Dr. Raymundo Rovillos said here recently.

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Study on Baguio's carrying capacity nearing completion

BAGUIO CITY November 13 – The City Planning and Development Office reported the ongoing study on the carrying capacity is nearing completion to serve as a basis in crafting the city's future short, medium and long term development plans to address major issues and concerns being confronted by the local government.

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167 projects suffer P485.3 million damages

BAGUIO CITY November 14 – The City Engineering Office reported that one hundred sixty-seven infrastructure projects in the different parts of the city suffered over P485.3 million worth of damages due monsoon rains last August and Typhoon Ompong last September.

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City Baguio cops urged to respect residents, tourists

BAGUIO CITY November 15 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan urged personnel of the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) to continue practicing respect to residents and tourists who are caught violating existing laws, rules and regulations or those who seek assistance from them.

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Rescission of Kaltimex contract sought

BAGUIO CITY November 15 – The local government filed with the Regional Trial Court (RTC) of Baguio city a petition seeking for the rescission of the contract entered into between local officials and executives of the Kaltimex Energy Philippines on the proposed rehabilitation, management and operation of the city-owned Asin minihydro power plants amidst efforts of the developer to look for a partner corporation in the implementation of the project.

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Entacool week-long activities end.

BAGUIO CITY – Creativity-focused Entacool activities ended with fellowship and awards "Anido" Friday night and culminating cultural show dubbed the Rambakan Sunday evening at Malcolm Square, Lower Session road.

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Quiz Bee Winners

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The 2018 Consumer Welfare Month program of Cordillera Consumer Net and DTI-CAR culminates with a quiz bee and infographics contest on consumer related matters. Winners for the quiz bee are: 1st Place - Ara Mae Dacayan, Quidawen NHS, Abra, 2nd Place -Clarise Ortega, Mayor Guillermo Barsatan School of Arts and Trade, Apayao, 3rd Place - Jun Macario II, San Alfonso HS, Mountain Province. Art Tibaldo photo

 

Fire guts Pines Arcade

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Fire investigators conducts thorough investigation into the cause of the fire which gutted the former Pines Theatre along Session Road on Monday evening, November 5. The former Pines Theatre was one of the first movie houses established during the Commonwealth Period in the 1930's which survived the carpet bombing of the city during the World War 2. It was renamed Pines Arcade and converted into garments stalls, gadget shops, and a food court. RMC PIA-CAR

 

Crops and productivity center in Baguio opened

BAGUIO CITY November 13 – The local government, concerned agencies, artists and artisans and the business community formally opened the declared Crops and Productivity Center serving as a one-stop center for the bestselling products and crafts not only in the city but also from other parts of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) as part of the efforts to sustain Baguio City's designation as a creative city for crafts and folk arts under the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO's) Creative Cities Network.

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Closure of Baguio physically impossible – Avila

BAGUIO CITY November 13 – The chairperson of the City Council Committee on Lands, Urban Planning and Housing underscored the supposed closure of Baguio City similar to what has been done in Boracay island being continuously floated in the social media is physically impossible because of its present status as a landlocked area aside, from serving as a gateway to other areas in the different parts of Northern Luzon.

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Demolition of Busol illegal structures to be done anytime

BAGUIO CITY November 14 – The City Legal Office announced that the demolition of illegal structures erected by private individuals within the Busol watershed could be done anytime because there is no more legal impediment for the local government to do so.

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Sto. Tomas property eyed as socialized housing site

BAGUIO CITY November 15 – The City Planning and Development Office announced it completed the local shelter plan where a portion of the 139-hectare city-owned property in barangay Sto. Tomas School Area is being considered as a site for the local government's socialized housing project.

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Thousands caught violating city's smoke-free measure

BAGUIO CITY – A total of 2,850 violators of the Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance (Ord. No. 34, series of 2018) were apprehended from January to October this year by the Smoke Free Task Force chaired by Mayor Mauricio Domogan. Of this number, 2,633 are individuals while 217 are establishments.

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Entacool's entrepreneurial side bannered

BAGUIO CITY – Big names in creativity, technology and entrepreneurship formed advisory panels to impart practical directional guidance to interested entities in a week-long schedule in various venues.

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PEZA locators account for 43 percent of Cordillera GRDP

BAGUIO CITY November 06 – The local government announced that manufacturing companies operating in the Loakan-based Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) accounted for forty- three percent of the gross regional domestic product (GRDP) of the Cordillera last year.

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STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS 2017

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

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