Israel Ambassador to the Philippines Rafael Harpaz, his wife Shulami and deputy chief of mission Yulia Rachinsky-Spivakov enjoy the warm reception from city officials and employees led by Mayor Mauricio Domogan. They were welcomed by City Hall Cultural Dance Troupe. - By Bong Cayabyab


BWD asked to report on city's water supply status, augmentation plans

BAGUIO CITY – The city council asked the Baguio Water District to submit a report on the current status of the water supply including its developmental plans to ensure uninterrupted water supply.

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Kennon bridge inspection

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The DPWH-Cordillera with the Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council continues to conduct assessment and evaluation of the different sections and structures along Kennon Road particularly with the rainfall that occurred in the past days in Baguio City and Bengeut. Here, DPWH-CAR technical personnel led by Regional Director Tiburcio Canlas with OCD-CAR Regional Director Albert Mogol and Tuba Mayor Ignacio Rivera recently visited the Camp 1 Bridge in Kennon Road which is also undergoing rehabilitation. RMC PIA-CAR


El Nino effects

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National Irrigation Administration Regional Manager Benito Espique said that they are doing mitigating measures to combat the effects of El Nino and the dry spell in the Cordillera region through the programs and projects they are implementing to support the different irrigators association and farmers in the region. RMC PIA-CAR


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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Tuloy ang laban

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Backed by the slate of the Timpuyog Ti Baguio led by Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan and the other supporters, City Councilor Edgar Avila vows to continue the race to the mayoralty seat despite the COMELEC En Banc Resolution declaring his candidacy "Deemed not filed" for using the old Certificate of Candidacy during the filing of candidacy last year.***


City celebrates Earth Hour

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan said that if people continue to abuse the environment or Mother Earth, then it will also retaliate in the form of natural catastrophes like floods, super-typhoons, droughts and the like causing severe loss to life and property.

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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.


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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