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P500 million needed for Burnham multi-level parking structure

BAGUIO CITY April 12 – The local government needs some P500 million to build a 3-storey multi-level parking structure in the site of the old city auditorium to help solve the urgent need for immediate solutions to the problems of insufficient parking spaces, especially within the central business district area.

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Complete roster of city's urban poor ironed out

BAGUIO CITY April 12 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan announced that the local government will be working on the formulation of a complete list of urban poor in the city to prevent the proliferation of professional squatters in the different barangays that contribute to the complication of the problems of urban centers.

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Mayor belies negative reports against Baguio

BAGUIO CITY April 03 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan vehemently belied the several negative reports relative to the alleged bad state of the city which were printed and broadcast in the national media before the Holy Week break, saying that it seems that it is already a usual occurrence that the city is being depicted as a dead city during expected prolonged breaks.

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Baguio will not take advantage of Boracay closure

BAGUIO CITY April 05 – City officials and local tourism industry stakeholders underscored that Baguio City will not take advantage of the approved closure of Boracay for six months for the promotion of the growth of the city's tourism industry because it has its own natural come on.

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No approved development plans for auditorium – Domogan

BAGUIO CITY April 05 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan underscored that there is no approved development plans for the old city auditorium , a prime area within the Burnham Park complex, saying that whatever will be the agreed plans for the area will pass through the prescribed processes.

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City conducts Inspection of Burnham carnival rides

BAGUIO CITY April 02 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan ordered the City Engineering Office (CEO) to immediately conduct an inspection on the safety of the different rides available in the carnival site located within the Burnham Park children's playground to guarantee the safety of those patronizing the rides from potential hazards due to the alleged unsafe condition of the units of rides.

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Implementation of horizontal projects enhanced

BAGUIO CITY April 02 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan ordered the City Engineering Office (CEO) to coordinate with the different offices of the local government and the barangay officials to facilitate the implementation of various horizontal projects that remain unimplemented due to different issues affecting the identified public works projects.

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P31 million needed for Antamok open pit access road

BAGUIO CITY April 03 – The local government needs at least P31 million for the construction of an access road leading to the 24.-hectare area that will be the subject of a deed of usufruct between the management of the Benguet Corporation (BC) and the city for the proposed establishment of its integrated solid waste disposal facility that is geared towards putting an end to the city's garbage disposal problems.

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Camp 7 batching plant found to be exceeding noise levels

BAGUIO CITY April 03 – The City Health Services Office (CHSO) recommended that eventual closure of the operation of the batching plant in barangay Camp 7 because it is in violation of existing ordinances, laws, rules and regulations aside from the fact that the noise coming from the plant has exceeded normal levels.

In her report to Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan, City Health Officer Dr. Rowena Galpo stated that emissions and noise were the key potential health hazards associated with the operation of the concrete batching plants considering that the cement, sand and aggregates can produce dust that can enter neighboring premises, especially in instances where a batching plant is located in close proximity to residential homes, as the case of the Camp 7 batching plant being questioned by the affected residents.

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Illegal Camp 7 mining tunnels to be sealed

BAGUIO CITY April 03 – The Cordillera office of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB-CAR) in coordination with the local government will be sealing the alleged illegal mine tunnels located at Uabac and other areas of barangay Camp 7 to put a stop on the continuous operation of illegal small-scale mining in the said area.

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Closure of Burnham Park carnival ordered

BAGUIO CITY April 04 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan ordered the operator of the carnival in children's playground to temporarily cease and desist from doing business until such time that the issues and concerns raised against the safety of the existing amusement rides shall have been appropriately addressed.

In his letter to Belazar Ola, operator of the Burnham amusement rides, the local chief executive cited the report of the technical personnel of the City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO) which raised concerns on the safety of Bee's Parade, Air Force Ride, Spinner Ride, Turbo Racing Team, Mix Up Ride, Biking Ride, Octopus Ride and Frisbee Ride.

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IRR for plastic-free baguio ordinance up

BAGUIO CITY – The City Government will soon come up with the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) for Ordinance No. 35 series of 2017 or the "Plastic and Styrofoam-Free Baguio Ordinance" up for full implementation this May.

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HRAB guarantees compliance to environmental, health laws

BAGUIO CITY April 02 – The 250-member Hotel and Restaurant Association of Baguio (HRAB) assured that its members are strictly adhering to the implementation of environmental, health and sanitation laws to help in helping the city sustain the growth of the local tourism industry following the impending closure of Boracay island after the discovery of rampant violations of establishment owners to existing laws, rules and regulations.

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4 lucky summer visitors enjoy red carpet treatment

BAGUIO CITY April 02 – Four Manila-based residents enjoyed the 4-day red carpet treatment provided to them by the Baguio |Correspondents and Broadcasters Club (BCBC) during the Holy Week break.

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City to bid out hauling of garbage

BAGUIO CITY April 03 – The City |General Services office will be bidding out the hauling of the generated residual waste to the existing engineered sanitary landfill (ESL) in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan for the local government to be able to get a better deal with the hauler.

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Trade fair earns P2M for drug surrenderers

BAGUIO CITY |April 03 – The chairman of the City Council Committee on Market, Trade, Commerce and Agriculture asserted that the month-long trade fair within portions of the Juan Luna Drive in Burnham Park was able to generate some P2 million which will be used by the City Social Welfare and Development Office to bankroll the various programs and interventions for the hundreds of persons with substance use disorders (PSUDs) undergoing rehabilitation with the concerned department of the local government.

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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

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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