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RAFFLE DRAW FOR LUCKY TAXPAYERS

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan assisted by City Treasurer Alex Cabarrubias draw the raffle tickets of the lucky taxpayers, 3 winners of gas range, two winners of washing machine, one winner of a refrigerator set and 50 gift certificates from Tiongsan-Harisson during the Social Marketing Program Raffle Draw initiated by the City Treasury Office.

 

April 8 to 14 is "Mangan taku" week

BAGUIO CITY – As part of Summer Vacation (SumVac) activities, Burnham Park, specifically the Rose garden is the site of "Mangan Taku!" (Let's Eat!), Cordillera Food Fair Festival on April 8 to 14.

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Include retreats, other character-building activities in school curriculum, dep-ed asked

BAGUIO CITY – The city council requested the Dept. of Education Cordillera Administrative Region (DepEd-CAR) to include retreats, recollections and other character-enhancing activities in the local educational curriculum of schools in the city.

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City police express intent to adopt tree park

BAGUIO CITY – The Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) expressed intent to adopt the tree park within the Baguio Convention Center reservation owned by the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) for its environmental preservation program.

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City conducts human rights seminar for barangays

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan said that if we will all put to heart what the Bible teaches like "do unto others what you want others to do unto you" and "love thy neighbor", there would be no need for human rights since none will be violated and everyone will leave in peace and harmony.

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Marcoville residents told to vacate PNR area

BAGUIO CITY – A giant bus company are evicting at least 79 houses composed of some 482 households occupying a former Philippine railway property in Barangay Marcoville.

In a demand letter dated March 18, 2019, the Victory Liner, Inc., through their legal counsel Atty. Edwin U. Marquez, demanded the United Marcoville Barangay Residents Association to vacate the premises within 15 days from receipt of the document. "Otherwise, we shall be constrained to take the necessary legal action to protect our client's best interest," the demand letter furthered.

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RDC-CAR recognizes gains in quest for autonomy

BONTOC, Mountain Province April 03 – The Regional Development Council (RDC) in the Cordillera recognized the significant gains of the region's renewed quest for autonomy in the past years as it tries to elevate its overall campaign to a higher level that will involve partners in the national scene.

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Mayor cites PEZA contributions to city, reg'l economy

BAGUIO CITY April 04 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan underscored that the continuous operation of the State-run Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) has significantly contributed in sustaining the robust growth of the city and regional economy over the past several years, owing it to the robust growth in the semi-conductor industry among other multinational companies operating in the Loakan-based economic zone.

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Israeli ambassador assures increase in tourist arrivals

BAGUIO CITY April 04 – Israel Ambassador to the Philippines Rafael Harpaz underscored that Baguio city is one of the premier tourist destinations in the country which must be frequented by his countrymen wanting to spend a vacation in the country that is why he will initiate measures on how to significantly improve the travel from Israel to the Philippines and vice versa.

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New traffic office urged to perform functions

BAGUIO CITY April 03 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan urged officials of the newly created Traffic and Transportation Management Division (TTMD) of the City Engineering Office (CEO) to effectively and efficiently perform their assigned duties and responsibilities considering the enormous task lodged upon the said office, especially in dealing with issues and concerns on how to address the city's traffic woes.

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Lupon tagapamayapa summit sought

BAGUIO CITY – The city council sought the conduct of a summit for members of the Barangay Lupon Tagapamayapa and Pangkat ng Tagapagkasundo to apprise the new members of their functions and determine and address the challenges they are facing.

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School officials clarify mandatory pregnancy test policy

School officials from Baguio colleges and universities shed light on the controversial mandatory pregnancy test during the council's regular session on April 1, 2019. The council engaged the school officials in seeking ways and means to abate public outcry. Pines City College, Saint Louis University, University of Baguio, and University of Cordilleras were represented in the meeting.

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City's environment programs, bared

BAGUIO CITY – The city government led by Mayor Mauricio Domogan is committed to implement various programs and projects aimed at protecting and preserving the environment for the benefit of the Summer Capital's residents and visitors.

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DOH urged to cascade trainings of sanitary inspectors

BONTOC, Mountain Province April 02 – The Regional Development Council (RDC) and the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) passed a resolution requesting Health Secretary Francisco Duque III to coordinate with training providers on water safety sanitation to conduct a training and accreditation of local sanitary inspectors in the region to facilitate the registration of water refilling businesses in the different parts of the Cordillera pursuant to the provisions of the law on ease of doing business.

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RPOC chair condemns Bauko atrocities

BAGUIO CITY April 3 – The chairman of the Cordillera Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC-CAR) strongly condemned the atrocities done by the members of the News Peoples Army (NPA) against government forces in Bauko and Tadian towns in Mountain province that resulted to the untimely demise of two law enforcers and the wounding of nine of their colleagues in separate incidents that trace back to Thursday last week.

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Israel envoy vows technical aid to Baguio

BAGUIO CITY April 04 – Israeli Ambassador to the Philippines Rafael Harpaz assured Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan that the Israeli government will be extending the appropriate technical assistance to the local government for the propagation of endemic tree species and water recycling to boost the city's local tourism industry and to sustain its identity as one of the premier tourist destinations in the country.

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