THE PANAGBENGA 2018 GRAND FLOAT PARADE

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Rose garden issues clarified

BAGUIO CITY – Physical fitness groups using the Rose Garden in Burnham Park were asked to transfer to the Melvin Jones grounds or at the Athletic Bowl in the meantime, due to the conduct of a livelihood trade fair along Juan Luna drive.

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73rd Liberation of baguio observed

BAGUIO CITY – The city commemorates the 73rd Liberation of Baguio with the 66th Infantry Batallion -World War II veterans, and their families at the Veterans' park, Harrison road on April 27.

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PEZA exports up by 75 percent

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Planning and Development Office disclosed that the combined exports from the Loakan-based Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) and those within the 247-hectare John Hay Special Economic Zone (JHSEZ and SM Cyberzone totalled $2.9 billion last year which is 75.2 percent higher than the reported 2016 exports of $1.67 billion.

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Creation of women entrepreneur dev't council proposed

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance seeking the creation of the Baguio City Women Entrepreneur Development Council.

The ordinance authored by Councilor Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. stated it is the policy of the local government to give due recognition to the role of women in the socio-economic development of the city and to provide support and assistance to the development of the women sector.

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Pens with lead content in city to be prohibited

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance prohibiting the selling, purchasing, and use of pens with lead content in the city and providing penalties for violation of the measure.

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Voluntary drug test for candidates encouraged

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Council approved a resolution encouraging all candidates for barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) during the upcoming May 14, 2018 synchronized barangay and SK elections to take a step forward and volunteer to undertake the needed drug testing to ensure that the polls will not be trained with issues concerning the involvement of the candidates to illegal drugs among other vices.

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Closure of unauthorized Burnham carnival sought

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – Members of the local legislative body directed the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO) to conduct an in-depth investigation on the presence of carnival rides and facilitate the closure of the same considering that it was not allowed in the approved conditions for the conduct of a month-long trade fair in the area.

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Mayor hails city's safety status recognition

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan on Wednesday hailed the City's recognition as one of the safest cities in Southeast Asia saying it is the result of the incessant joint efforts of the government and the community.

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ConCom supportive of Cordillera autonomy – Domogan

BAGUIO CITY April 11 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan was elated over the positive reception of the members of the Constitutional Commission (ConCom) on the renewed quest for autonomy by the Cordillera pursuant to the 1987 Constitution.

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Safety nets to prevent abuse provided in autonomy

BAGUIO CITY April 19 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan underscored that House Bill (HB) 5343 or the proposed bill seeking the establishment of an autonomous region in the Cordillera contains sufficient safety nets that will prevent future regional officials from abusing their delegated power, especially in the distribution of the share of local governments from the usual Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) and the annual subsidy that will be provided by the national government to the regional government and the concerned local governments.

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City allots counterpart for agriculture fund

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance appropriating the amount of P500,000 from the local government's general fund or from any available funds as the city's counterpart to the P2.5 million downloaded by the Cordillera office of the Department of Agriculture (DA-CAR) to the city pursuant to a memorandum of agreement (MOA) entered into by both parties.

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Institutionalized use of incident command system pushed

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance institutionalizing the use of the incident command system (ICS) as an on scene disaster response and management mechanism in the city.

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GSIS property to be used as central bus terminal

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Council approved a resolution requesting President Rodrigo R. Duterte to negotiate in behalf of the local government of Baguio with the State-run government Service Insurance System (GSIS) to utilize their lot located at DPS-Marcoville barangays as central bus terminal of the city with amenities such as but not limited to toilets, coffee shops and souvenir shops.

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CEPMO told to replace dilapidated rails in parks

BAGUIO CITY April 17 – The City Council approved a resolution requesting the City Environment and Parks Management office (CEPMO) to maintain or replace the reported dilapidated guard rails installed inside the different parks and various areas along major roads around the city to ensure that they serve their prescribed purpose.

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CITY HALL MINI-OLYMPICS

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Employees of City Hall enjoys a day full of fun as they compete with each color in this year's mini-olympic at the Baguio Athletic Bowl April 6, 2018. - rosa moresto

 

ECO-WALK STARTERS

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Dexter See, a visually impaired personnel of the City Public Information Office orients students of Small World Christian School Foundation on the city's award-winning Eco- Walk program at the Busol watershed last Friday. Some 27 Grade V pupils of the private school led by adviser Olivia Nanud underwent the program designed to provide children an environmental experiential learning. They hiked and tended to trees planted in one of the muyongs. Schools and groups who intend to experience the program may contact the PIO Office at City Hall tel. no. 442-2502. Aileen P. Refuerzo photo

 
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ADVISORY

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS 2017

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

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS
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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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Autonomy Working Draft is also in the Legislative Directory

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