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Korean sister city to exhibit culture through art

BAGUIO CITY – Sister city of Baguio, Taebaek, City of Korea through the Taebaek City Art Association shall be exhibiting several art masterpieces at the Baguio Convention Center on Oct. 27 and 28 and at the city hall lobby on Oct. 29.

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STOP SCHOOL BULLYING!

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Serving as "Trusted Manong and Manang", SP03 Ronald Trinidad and PO2 Mercedes Bucaten of the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) Sub-Station 7 give pieces of advice to school pupil bullies at Josefa Carino Elementary School to stop bullying their classmates and stay away from committing crimes within the school campus during a "heart to heart talk and pledge to reform" last October 2012.---By Bong Cayabyab

 

Baguio jail to launch e-dalaw for inmates without visitors

Change and reform come from within and, in this case, literally from behind prison walls.

Inmates of the Baguio city jail hardly visited by friends and kin because of the distance between their cells and home will soon be able communicate with each other, thanks to "e-dalaw", a program launched last week in observance of "National Correctional Consciousness Week".

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Hrab helps re-tool baguio police through training

The police are only as good as the community they serve.

Fleshing out this reflection, the private sector, particularly the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Baguio (HRAB), teamed up last Monday with the Baguio City Police Office in conducting a two-day personality development seminar for 42 senior and front-line officers at the posh Baguio Country Club (BCC).

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City council moves for restoration of "blue lanes"

Elderly pedestrians and persons with disabilities risking accidents and arrest for traffic violation just to cross Magsaysay Avenue may soon find relief as the city council last week asked the city engineer's office to restore the so-called "blue lanes" providing them access without having to climb up the pedestrian overpasses.

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City council endorses plea of taxi operators vs. additional tax

The city council Monday joined taxi operators in asking the Bureau of Internal Revenue to forego imposition of a three percent tax on gross earnings of units based on the receipts coming out of their meters.

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No Norfolk pine lighting this year - mayor

BAGUIO CITY – The Norfolk Pine tree at the foot of Session road may not be lighted for Christmas this year, Mayor Mauricio Domogan said during the media Ugnayan last week.

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KOTONG COPS UNDER INVESTIGATION

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An ambulant vendor (back to camera) testifies under oath before a special investigation committee headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan on the alleged illegal collection of money in exchange for a vending area for the use of vendors along Calderon Street by a policeman and members of the Public Order and Safety Division (POSD). Also present during the investigation last October 15 are City Administrator Atty. Carlos Canilao, SOFAD Mayor Raj Lasker Bacolong, Atty.Dennis Ernesto Ruiz of the City Legal Office, POSD head Fernando Moyaen and City Market Superintendent Paul Tamayo.---By Bong Cayabyab

 

NEW FIRE CHIEF

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Newly designated Bureau of Fire CAR regional Director SSupt. Sergio M. Soriano pays a brief courtesy call to Mayor Mauricio Domogan and SOFAD Mayor Raj Lasker Bacolong at the Mayor's Office last October 15.--- By Bong Cayabyab

 

Donors prop up kidney patients

Reading this portion of the weekly papers has been quite costly for some readers.

Among them is Leonard Licanio, an engineer who recently rang the cellphone numbers of several seriously ill patients, asking to meet them so he could hand them fund support for their twice-a-week hemodialysis treatment sessions for kidney failure.

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FOR A BETTER LIVING STANDARD

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Acting Mayor Daniel Farinas stresses a point on how to uplift living conditions during the Barangay Poverty Reduction Team Orientation and Training held at City Hall Multi-Purpose Center last October 24. With them are DILG-City Field Office director Evelyn Trinidad and City Social Welfare and Development Officer Betty Fangasan..---By Bong Cayabyab

 

CLEAN AIR AND CLEAN ENERGY

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Acting Mayor Daniel Farinas calls on more action and active participation of every sector of the society to save Mother Earth and support the Clean Energy Project during a two-day training on Sustainable and Low Emmision Transport conducted by the USAID/Philippines in cooperation with the City Government of Baguio and Clean Air Initiative for Asian Citizen held at the BCPO Conference Hall last October 23-24.---By Bong Cayabyab

 

POLICE YOUR OWN RANKS

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Acting Mayor Daniel Farinas requests members of the Night Market Association plying their trade at Harrison Road to make it clean and presentable by repainting their stalls and allotted spaces. Present during the meeting are Acting City Treasurer Alicia Onoza, City Engineer Leo Bernardez, City Administrator Atty. Carlos Canilao and Atty. Dennis Ruiz of the City Legal Office.---Bong Cayabyab

 

PNP CADET'S EXAM

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Acting Mayor Daniel Farinas and Mayor"s Executive Assitant Boy Atanacio welcome PNPA Cadets in charge of the recruitment of future police officers during a brief courtesy call last October 24. Acting Mayor Farinas and Executive Asst. Atanacio vowed to support and assist the staging of the Philippine National Police Academy Entrance Examination with at least 2,240 examinees from the Cordillera to be held at the Baguio City National High School on October 28 (Sunday).--- By Bong Cayabyab

 

CITY HALL TAKEOVER

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Vice Mayor Daniel Farinas pin the sashes to Scout Officials For A Day (SOFAD) Mayor Raj Lasker Bacolong of Pines City Colleges High School and SOFAD Vice Mayor Rochelle Faith Malafu of the University of the Cordilleras Lab-High School respectively during City Hall flag raising ceremony last October 15. The SOFADs took over the reins of the local government's executive and legislative offices , the judiciary and the public utilities offices after their oath-taking last Monday.--- By Bong Cayabyab

 

Tourism decline reports unfounded - mayor

BAGUIO CITY – The city shall continue to implement tourism-oriented activities and infrastructure despite the hazy information that tourism in the city is on the decline, Mayor Mauricio Domogan said last Wednesday, during the regular media Ugnayan.

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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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