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Family and well wishers of Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan during a simple lunch during the 71st birthday at the City Mayor's Office last October 10, 2017. *** Photo by Ryan Dale Mangusan

 

Domogan cup golf tourney benefits city's clean and green, health, civic causes

BAGUIO CITY – The city government's clean and green program as championed by the Alay sa Kailinisan Inc. and the numerous kidney and cancer patients were the biggest beneficiaries anew of the recently concluded Domogan Cup golf tournament.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan said a total of P500,000 of the proceeds went to the ASKI this year for the city's clean and green programs.

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SCOUTS OFFICIALS FOR A DAY (SOFAD)

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SCOUTS OFFICIALS FOR A DAY (SOFAD) who run the city affairs for-a-day headed by Scout Mayor Roald Eras Javier Bautista of Baguio City National High School, Scout Congressman Jemma Sabelo of Easter School and Scout vice mayor Loida Faith Dalingay of Baguio City National high School pose for posterity with "unseated" city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Rep. Marquez Go and vice mayor Edison Bilog during turn-over and oath taking highlighting the celebration of Scouting Month. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

HOW TO RUN THE GOVERNMENT

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Scout Official For A Day mayor Roald Eras Xavier Bautista of Baguio City National High Schools receives tips and advises from "unseated for a day" mayor Mauricio Domogan on how manage the affairs of the city government. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Declaratory relief to solve IPMR rift proposed

BAGUIO CITY October 12 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan urged concerned interest groups to file the required petition for declaratory relief before a local court to put an end to the brewing conflict among the indigenous peoples (IPs) regarding the selection of the city's Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative (IPMR).

The local chief executive pointed out if the IPs cannot settle their disagreements on the selection of the city's IPMR, then it is best for the concerned groups to file the appropriate case in court for an interpretation of the pertinent provisions of Republic Act (RA) 8371 or the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA).

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TOP PERFORMER

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Mayor's Executive Assistant IV and Public Employment Service Office manager Jose Atanacio hands over two plaques of recognition as Top Regional PESO Performer ( Highly Urbanized City category) earning the nomination for the upcoming 2016 National Best PESO Awards, to city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Cong. Marquez Go and vice mayor Edison Bilog during City Hall flag raising ceremonies October 9. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

MULTI AWARDEE

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Middle Quezon Hill barangay officials headed by PB Editha Ibarra receive the cash incentives and awards as champion for the Best Child-Friendly Barangay; Cleanest and Greenest Barangay; 1st runner in Best Senior Womens Organization; 2nd runner-up as Best Lupong Tagapamayapa; and 1st runner-up in in Best Sanitation Practices. Handing over the awards during the Barangay Day are city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Congressman Mark Go, Liga Ng Mga Barangay president and Councilor Michael Lawana; and Guest of Honor DILG-regional director Marlo Iringan held at the Baguio Convention Center last October 10. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Streetlights along scenic kennon rd. to be restored

The street lights that used to greet passengers to Baguio through the scenic Kennon Rd. will be restored by the Benguet Electric Cooperative which wrote-off the power arrears and pay the incoming energy consumption through the cooperative social responsibility fund of director Robert Valentin of Tuba and Sablan towns.

In a letter, Valentin informed Benguet Rep. Ronald Cosalan, provincial governor Crescenco Pacalso, Tuba mayor Ignacio Rivera and Punong barangy Ciupriano Balinag of Camp 1, Tuba that the Beneco board condoned power bills totaling P40,272.75, with future payments estimated at P4,500 a month charged to his corporate social responsibility fund.

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Elderlies air grievances during summit

BAGUIO CITY – Establishment of homes for the aged, mobile geriatric health care units and additional senior citizen-friendly facilities and the rationalization of the one percent share of the senior citizens from the local government unit's budget.

These were the main suggestions broached by the more than 200 senior citizens who participated in the Elderly Summit conducted last week by the city council.

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Truly Cordilleran

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Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan and Ina Wang-od (theoldest living tattoo artist from Tinglayan Kalinga) in their native attire during the PNP anniversary program at Camp Bado Dangwa La Trinidad Benguet, last October 6.*** Photo by Ryan Dale Mangusan

 

Baguio’s bid to purchase GSIS property junked

BAGUIO CITY October 11 – The State-owned Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) denied the proposal of the local government of Baguio to purchase its 33,606-square meter property near the Baguio Convention Center considering that the offered purchase price is way below the prevailing fair market value of the property in the said area.

In a letter to mayor Mauricio G. Domogan, GSIS officer-in-charge lawyer Nora Malubay-Saludares claimed the current market value of the said GSIS property is P433,517,400.00 as of December 9, 2016 which is way above the offered purchase price of the property by the local government which is only P100 million.

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MARKET STALL CONVERTED TO RESIDENTIAL HOUSE

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Councilor Leandro Yangot shows dismay from reports of residents and barangay officials of Camp 8 that some satellite market stalls were converted into residential houses that run counter to the purpose. Councilor Yangot with city department representatives concerned found out during their inspection that many satellite market stall holders are selling their rights while some enterprising individuals collect the monthly rentals to the detriment of the barangay and the city government. Yangot vowed to correct said illegal activities and put back order while working for additional market satellites to decongest the City Public Market. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

BAGUIO'S PRIDE

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Multi-medalist Erlinda Lavandia is honored for winning a gold medal each in Javelin Throw and Shot Put events, and a silver medal each in hammer and Discus throw competitions while Danilo Fresnido won the men's gold in Javelin Throw, and Rene Herrera bagged the silver in 1,500m meter run and bronze medals in 3,000 and 10,000 meter runs, during the International Senior Athletic Meet held in Rugao, China last September 22.

 

Most challenged barangays named

BAGUIO CITY - Out of the 128 barangays in the city of Baguio, twenty barangays were named to be the "most challenged barangays" last Oct. 10 during the 26th Local Government Day celebration at the Baguio Convention Center.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan labeled the 20 barangays "most challenged barangays" considering that their performances were assessed to be below par during the evaluation of the search for the best performing barangays.

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Performing barangays feted

BAGUIO CITY - Seven special awards were given to performing barangays in the city of Baguio during the 26th Local Government Day last Oct. 10 at the Baguio Convention Center.

It is remembered that mayor Mauricio Domogan created the Best Performing Committee for the Search for the Best Performing Barangay 2017 in the city through administrative order no. 007.

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YMCA academic olympics set oct. 21-22

BAGUIO CITY – Students from various elementary, high schools and colleges in the city will showcase their scholarly prowess in the 2017 Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Academic Olympics set Oct. 21-22 at the YMCA Baguio.

YMCA Baguio president Jerome Gawidan said the olympics which has run for decades now will feature various competitions including quiz bee, Bible quiz bee, essay writing, on-the-spot drawing, oration, extemporaneous speaking and tula (poem) delivery.

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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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