349 hired on the spot in Labor Day jobs fair

BAGUIO CITY June 05 – Some three hundred forty nine jobseekers were hired on the spot by prospective employers during the Labor Day Jobs Fair last May 1, 2019 at the Baguio City National High School (BCNHS) auditorium .

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Collection of congestion fee in city proposed

BAGUIO CITY June 06 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance authorizing the collection of congestion fee in the city.

The ordinance authored by Councilors Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. and Faustino A. Olowan stated that the local legislative measure aims to alleviate the worsening traffic congestion in the city, especially in the central business district area.

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Baguio to celebrate 18th Filipino-Chinese Friendship Day

BAGUIO CITY June 06 – The local government and the Filipino-Chinese Friendship Day will con-celebrate on Monday, June 10, 2019 the 18th Filipino-Chinese Friendship Day at the Filipino-Chinese Friendship Garden in Botanical Garden.

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Most smoke belchers are private vehicles

BAGUIO CITY June 06 – The City Legal Office (CLO) disclosed that most of the motor vehicles that had been apprehended for violation of the city's anti-smokebelching ordinance for the first five months of the year are privately owned vehicles.

City Legal Officer Melchor Carlos Rabanes said that of the 71 license plate numbers of motor vehicles that have been turned over to the office for safekeeping, 41 are those belonging to private vehicles, 13 are for public utility jeepneys, 12 are those of taxis and 5 belong to government vehicles.

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Domogan calls for moving on as election fever wanes

BAGUIO CITY – Outgoing Mayor Mauricio Domogan Monday called on citizens here to put behind the excitement and hurt caused by the recently concluded elections and move forward by strengthening the teamwork and cooperation for the good of the city.

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PRO-Cor awardees RD Dickson

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Police Regional Office-Cordillera Regional Director PBGen. Israel Ephraim Dickson receives a certificate of commendation from COMELEC-CAR Regional Election Director Atty. Ma. Juana Valeza assisted by COMELEC-CAR Assistant Regional Director Atty. Vanessa Roncal for his support to have a successful and be the most peaceful elections in the Cordillera region recently. RMC PIA-CAR



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Students of the Small World Christian Foundation explore the forest as part of their annual participation to the Eco-Walk program of the city government at the Busol watershed where they tended to the trees planted in their muyong, underwent lectures on the importance of the forest and even played games. Eco-walk, an award-winning children's environmental awareness program brained by newsman Ramon Dacawi has for years served as an open environmental awareness classroom to thousands of students. The Small World pupils were accompanied by their ates and kuyas undergoing the Special Program for Employment of Students also at the watershed. Those interested to undergo the program may contact the Public Information Office City Mayor's Office at 442-2502. Aileen P. Refuerzo


City steps in to help bwd on illegal deep well problem

BAGUIO CITY – Outgoing Mayor Mauricio Domogan on May 14 directed the City Engineering Office to stop the construction of deep wells that have no excavation permits in the city.

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PMA top Cordilleran

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Four Cordilleran cadets is among the topnotchers of the PMA Mabalasik Class of 2019 - Top 3 Cadet 1st Class Jahziel Gumapac Tandoc, Top 4 Cadet 1st Class Daniel Heinz Bugnosen Lucas of Barlig, Mountain Province, Top 6 Cadet 1st Class Richard Balabag Lonogan of Sagada, Mountain Province, and Top 8 Cadet 1st Class Glyn Elinor Buansi Marapao of Buguias, Benguet. The awardees will be receiving their diplomas from President Rodrigo Roa Duterte during the graduating rites on Sunday, May 26. RMC PIA-CAR


Amnesty for power, water connections proposed

BAGUIO CITY June 06 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance granting amnesty to qualified applicants for electric and water connections in the city for a period of three months upon approval.

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Election protest a harassment – Olowan

BAGUIO CITY June 06 – Vice Mayor-elect and incumbent City Councilor Faustino A. Olowan described the election protest filed against him by his rival incumbent Association of Barangay Councils (ABC) president and City Councilor Michael L. Lawana as purely harassment and without concrete basis.

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Baguio Kennon task force

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The Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council and the Task Force Kennon Chaired by OCD-CAR Regional Director Alberto Mogol opens Kennon Road to the public this weekend to ease traffic which is expected during the upcoming PMA graduation on Sunday May 26 following a meeting at the OCD-CAR last week. Kennon Road is open to light vehicles from May 23, Thursday to May 27, Monday at 6AM only. RMC PIA-CAR


Imelda village firemen

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Baguio Fire Station firefighters responded to a fire incident involving an old house at the Imelda Village Barangay at around 3AM on Sunday. Fortunately no one was injured but investigation is still being conducted to know the damage and the cost of the fire incident. RMC PIA-CAR


Moldex tree cutting permit did not come from city government

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan Wednesday said that the permit to cut close to 49 trees at a private property along Marcos Highway did not come from the city government.

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DRRM carava

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The Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council reviewed the DRRM plans of the different local government units of Benguet to ensure that they are prepared and are ready to implement their plans with the onset of the rainy season and typhoons as well during the Cordillera DRRM Caravan in La Trinidad, Benguet last week. Here, CRDRRMC Chair Alberto Mogol gives direction to the local DRRM officers during the caravan which kicked off in Benguet. RMC PIA-CAR


PMA top 10

PMA Top 10

The Top 10 cadets of the Philippine Military Academy "Mabalasik" Class of 2019 (Mandirigma ng Bayan, Iaalay ang Sarili, Lakas at Tapang, Para sa Kapayapaan) presented at the Fort Del Pilar in Baguio City on Tuesday. The top ten is lead by a female cadet Dionne Mae Apolog Umalla of Alilem, Ilocos Sur with Jonathan Eslao Mendoza of Cavite City, Jahziel Gumapac Tandoc of La Trinidad, Benguet, Daniel Heinz Bugnosen Lucas of Barlig Mountain Province, Aldren Maambong Altamero of Kidapawan City, North Cotabato, Richard Balabag Lonogan of Sagada, Mountain Province, Marnel Dinihay Fundales of Leganes, Iloilo, Glyn Elinor Buansi Marapao of Buguias, Benguet, Ruth Angelique Ricardo Pasos of Pasig City and Daryl James Jalgalado Ligutan of Sta. Mesa Manila. RMC PIA-CAR

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