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EMB, NGO, City inks ties in river rehab

BAGUIO CITY – a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) has been entered between the City Government, the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and different non-government organizations for the protection, clean-up and rehabilitation of major rivers here.

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Kabayan delegates

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Kabayan delegates  during the Grand Street Dancing competition retain their championship award by even improving their already spectacular performance last year as show in this photos. *** photo by Joel B. Belinan

 

PUBLIC SERVICE

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City Mayor Mauricio Domogan talks to Officers of Metro Baguio Taxi Operators and Drivers (MBTODA) with their president Nestor Portacio during a brief courtesy call, emphasizing the important role of public utility driver's in the development of the city. Photo by paul rillorta

 

City fast-tracks permits, tor to re-operate Asin hydros

BAGUIO CITY – The city government will speed up the completion of the requirements to secure the necessary permits to resume the operation of the Asin mini-hydro power plants and to come up with the revised terms of reference (TOR) to rehabilitate and privatize the management of the facilities.

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Council questions john hay portion's segregation in boundary survey

BAGUIO CITY – The city council wants the Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources Cordillera (DENR-CAR) and its surveyor to explain the segregation of a portion of Camp John Hay from the coverage or jurisdiction of any barangay in the city as reflected in the political boundary index map prepared by the surveyor H.O. Noveloso surveying office.

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Mayor backs bir tax campaign

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan expressed support to the 2013 tax campaign launched by the Bureau of Internal Revenue Cordillera (BIR-CAR) last Wednesday to drum up support to the drive anchored on the regional office's P4.3 billion revenue collection target for this year.

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Run behind bars contributes P100,00 to philhealth run

Add one more to the 18 venues where the Philhealth Run-for-a-cause was fired off early last Sunday morning: the courtyard of the Baguio city jail where 40 inmates joined the nation-wide foot race to give hope to sick children.

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Kid needs continuing support to survive

Often, it takes more than a village to save an ailing child.

Billy Benito, a 43-year old Ibaloy farmer raising vegetables at Bengao, Bakakeng here in Baguio realized this in July last year. That was when his youngest child, Chelsea, now 10, was diagnosed for serious kidney ailment.

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PLANNING AHEAD

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Officers of the Philippine National Red Cross-Baguio Chapter headed by Chairman and Councilor Erdolfo Balajadia plan ahead for the Fun Run 3rd Edition after a record breaking 2,000 runners join the previous Fun Run last February 1. --- By Bong Cayabyab

 

Improved market ready for public use

BAGUIO CITY – the opening of the rehabilitated Block 4 of the city's public market will greatly improve the public mobilization here.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan during the Weekly Ugnayan Presser Wednesday said, 'vendors who are qualified can move-in after the Inauguration of block 4.'

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Don't be a nut bolting and screwing signs on baguio's trees

The signs of the times are hurting, visually to us and literally to trees on which they are being nailed, bolted or strung, in violation of an ordinance the city council passed 23 years ago.

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EXPERIENCING THE PRAYER MOUNTAIN

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Councilor Philian Louise Weygan-Allan and Secretary to the Mayor Rafael Tallocoy warmly receives foreign tourists from Dominican Republic, USA and Sweden last March 1 at the Dominican Mirador Heritage Hill and Nature Park. Photo by paul rillorta

 

REHABILITATED

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Foreign and local tourists takes a peek inside the Dominican Mirador Heritage Hill and Nature Park with Councilor Philian Louise Weygan-Allan and Secretary to the Mayor Rafael Tallocoy as their guides last March 1. The place has become a popular tourist spot for its captivating view, the tallest Ten Commandments Tablet and historical architecture which has been rehabilitated by the city government. Photo by paul rillorta

 

MAYOR AMENDS EXISTING RULES ON THE CONDUCT OF NIGHT MARKET

BAGUIO CITY - It's been years that the experimental Night Market at Harrison Road has been operating and several problems are still being encountered by the city. Thus, Mayor Mauricio Domogan came out with amendments to the existing rules and regulations to be strictly implemented by the City Treasury and the Public Order and Safety Division (POSD) through Administrative Order No. 033, series of 2013 which is to be followed by the participating vendors in the said night market in order to effectively address the problems that cropped up since its implementation of the aforesaid order.

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VISITING SISTER CITIES

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VISITING SISTER CITIES from Vallejo California USA headed by Vice Chair Sister City Commission Dan Buan, Taebaek, South Korean delegation headed by Mayor Yeon-sik Kim, Vaughan, Canada headed by Deputy Mayor Gino Rosati, Gongju, South Korea headed by Deputy Mayor Seok-gyu pose for posterity with city officials headed by Cong. Bernardo Vergara and PHISTA Baguio Co-Chair and Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda after the tree planting rites at Sister Cities Garden, Botanical Garden Feb 22. The Sister Cities delegation are in town to strengthen sisterhood ties with Baguio City and attend the Grand Panagbenga 2013 Street Dancing and Float Parade festivities.---By Bong Cayabyab

 

LEAVING A LEGACY

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City officials headed by Cong. Bernardo Vergara and PHISTA Baguio Co-chair and Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda join the Sister City's delegation from Vallejo City, USA headed by Sister City Commission vice chairman Dan Buan during a tree planting activity at the Sister Cities Garden, Botanical Park. Others present during the tree planting activities were Taebaek, South Korea delegation headed by Mayor Yeon-sik Kim, Vaughan Canada headed by Deputy Mayor Gino Rosati, and Gongju, South Korea headed by Deputy Mayor Yoon Seok-gyu. The Sister Cities delegation are in town to strengthen sisterhood ties with Baguio City and take part in the Grand Panagbenga 2013 Street Dancing and Float Parade festivities.---By Bong Cayabyab

 
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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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