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To smoke or not to smoke?

But starters will think twice before lighting that cigarette once the Sin Tax Bill is approved in Congress.

So what is the Sin Tax Reform Bill? It is a proposed legislation which would impose substantial and significant taxes on tobacco and alcohol products in the country.

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Baguio needs to address rapid urban sprawl – hechanova

Baguio's must effectively address its most serious challenge – that of rapid urbanization - if it is going to be a livable city.

This view from the academe was raised by Fr. Jesse Hechanova, president of the St. Louis University, in his speech at the program marking the city's 103rd founding anniversary last Sept. 1 at the Baguio Convention Center.

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SPECULA*

I am a ghost walking.

I might be alive in the flesh, yet I have lost all will to live. My country, fought and bled for by countless heroes, is now nothing but a mirage of its former self. My love, my life, my nation, my motherland. Countless nights have I wept as I am trapped in replay, my eyes forced to watch the very thing that I have fought against. This is not living. This is not being alive. This is a living death.

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Growing defiance of building height requirement alarms dads

BAGUIO CITY – The mushrooming of high-rise structures defying the building height requirement imposed by the city government has alarmed city officials.

During the inquiry conducted by the city council last Monday, city building official Engr. Oscar Flores confirmed that a number of building owners manage to obtain exemptions from the city's height limit from National Building Code Development Office (NBCDO) under the Dept. of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) which has the authority to issue such exemptions on building heights.

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BCC rehab stalled

BAGUIO CITY – the planned rehabilitation and renovation of the Baguio Convention Center has been stalled.

This was revealed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan Wednesday during the Weekly Ugnayan Presser here.

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Mayor sets priorities for new BCPO chief

BAGUIO CITY – New chief, same rules . . . do your best and serve the people.

This was the marching orders of Mayor Mauricio Domogan to the newly appointed Baguio City Police Office Chief P/Supt. Jesus Cambay Jr. during the Weekly Ugnayan Presser Wednesday (Sept. 3) here.

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14 schools receive free books

BAGUIO CITY – As highlight to the Soroptimists Week and the 47th Anniversary of the Soroptimists International (SI), 14 public schools are recipient to a massive book donation from Rex Bookstore in partnership with the Soroptimist International-Baguio and the city government here.

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STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIPS

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City Health Officer Florence Reyes calls on private entities, non-government organizations and other stakeholders to take part in local programs of the City Government with regards to health for the barangays to boost Public Private Partnership (PPP) concept last week at the Mines View Multi-purpose building, barangay health center. photo by paul rillorta

 

CSC ANNIVERSARY

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City Officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Civil Service Commission OIC Regional Director George Manzano officially launches the 112nd Philippine Civil Service Commission Anniversary last September 3 (Monday) during the regular flag Raising ceremony at City Hall grounds. photo by paul rillorta

 

Former ofw appeals to sustain treatment

Couple Jocelyn and Roque Laigo can't really explain how they coped with her medical condition for over two years now. Except, perhaps their faith in each other and their instinct and will to protect and guide the growth of their three young children.

Jocelyn, 32, and a native of Banaue, Ifugao, can't fully work since she was diagnosed for total kidney failure in March, 2010. Before that, she was an overseas worker but had to come home with almost nothing, when her employer fled to Australia when war erupted in Lebanon where she was stationed.

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Sports: run for life fires off this Sunday morning

By the time you're reading this, "Run for Life II", the fun-run-and-walk for six seriously ill Baguio residents this Sunday, would have been over.

The last runner – or walker – would have hit the finish line. Many of the participants would have gone home or to other appointments for the week-end, their thoughts and feelings refreshed by the sense of community that the fun run triggered.

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Dengue down in city, parts of Cordi but DOH remains on alert

BAGUIO CITY – efforts of different organizations in the city in combating the deadly dengue virus which for years have been a major problem in the country are reaping positive results but local authorities here remains steadfast.

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CSC confirms city's compliance with rules

BAGUIO CITY – to some it's a mere plaque but the "Seal of Good housekeeping" awarded to the city government and placed at the city hall lobby will assure residents here that the city is going towards good governance.

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BLOCK 4 screening starts

BAGUIO CITY – the rehabilitation of the Baguio public market block 4 is nearing completion in this mountain city.

This is part of a string of market development projects which is being implemented to address the clamor of market vendors and the buying public for a more presentable and clean facility.

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BAGUIO OPEN DUCKPIN CHALLENGE

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Champions Jay-Ar Acosta, Peter Bilog and Jun Galera (center) display their trophies with first runner-up David Marcelino, Bay Villacencio, Rene Gopez (left) and 2nd runner-up Tony Dela Pena, David Felipe, Jerry Aniban (right) for winning in the first ever Baguio Duckpin Bowlers Club championships Team Event at the Olympian Bowling Lanes last week as part of Baguio Charter Day activities. photo ptr

 

FUN IN THE SUN

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City Officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, PNP Regional Director Benjamin Magalong and new BCPO Chief Jesus Cambay Jr. dances with councilors Betty Lourdes Tabanda, Philian Louise Weygan-Allan and Perlita Chan Rondez, while other councilors provide live music in a surprise number at the City Hall grounds Monday during the regular Flag Raising Ceremony. photo by paul rillorta

 
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ADVISORY

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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STATE OF THE REGION ADDRESS

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Click on the City's Programs and Projects Menus for the 1ST State of the City Address

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Click on the City's Programs and Projects Menus for the complete list

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Autonomy Working Draft is also in the Legislative Directory

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