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City Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Jundel Llagas, Division Manager of North Face signs the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for the staging of the 2nd North Face 100 'Ultra Trail Running Marathon Series" scheduled on April 21-22 where International and Local runners are expected to compete. photo by paul rillorta




Students of Bulacan State University headed by Engr. Eduardo Nolasco, Jr. pose with Secretary to the Mayor Rafael Tallocoy after receiving the symbolic 'key of the city' during a brief courtesy call last January 12. photo by paul rillorta


North Face 100 2012


ltra Marathon- Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan and Jundel Llagas (middle) Manager of North Face Philippines signed the Memorandum of Agreement last Wednesday January 11 at the Mayor's office, for the staging of the North Face 100 2012, ultra-marathon that will be held in April here in the city and the adjoining towns of Tuba and Itogon. North Face 100 is Asia's first and most prestigious Ultra trail running marathon series. Also in photo is Imam Bedijim Abdhula, the organizer's local liason representative (3rd. from left).


Mayor lauds result of tempered 'cracker sale; eggs on council anew for total ban next year

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan Monday lauded the significant reduction of firecracker-related injuries in the city this year as a result of the expanded prohibition on firecracker sale but maintained that a total ban on firecrackers is in order.

Addressing the first flag-raising ceremonies at City Hall this year, the mayor said limiting the firecracker sale to mostly the aerial kinds was a good start for the city's campaign for a safe holiday, but it was just not enough.

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Council approves 72 ordinances in 2011

BAGUIO CITY – The city council approved a total of 72 ordinances in 2011 and most of the measures dealt with the preservation of the environment, Vice Mayor Daniel Farinas reported on Monday.

Farinas said one significant legislative measure aimed at preserving the ambience of the city was the ordinance requiring all construction owners to plant trees as a condition for the issuance of an occupancy permit.

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115th commemoration of our National Hero's martyrdom


Police Chief Supt. Benjie Magalong Pro-Cor Director pose for posterity with city officials led by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan after laying the Grand Writ during the 115th commemoration of our National Hero's ( Dr. Jose Rizal) martyrdom last Dec. 30, 2011 at the Rizal Park. Dir. Magalong who was the Guest Speaker of the event together with Mayor Domogan urged everyone to emulate the heart and patriotism of Rizal in consonance with present day situation. Others in photo are from L; City Administrator Atty. Carlos Canilao, CSupt. Magalong, Councilor Betty Lourdez Tabanda, Mayor Domogan, Atty. George Fortea (Representing Cong. Vergara), Engr. Oscar Flores of the CBAO and Mr. Romy Concio of the GSO.




Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan remove the tapes of the muzzles and checks the Service Firearms of the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) personnel early morning of Monday January 2, 2012. The tape was put before the new year to ensure that no uniformed personnel will fire their service firearms indiscriminately and which based on the inspection of the mayor no one violated such.


Business permit renewals made "simpler"

BAGUIO CITY - Mayor Mauricio Domogan last week issued Administrative Order 002, series of 2012 enforcing a simpler method for the processing of business permit renewals at city hall.

"There is an urgent appeal by taxpayers to accelerate the pace of processing business permits," the AO states.

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Leaders rally citizens for action to honor Rizal’s martyrdom

City mayor Mauricio Domogan last Friday called on Filipinos to reflect not only on the martyrdom of Dr. Jose Rizal but on what each has and will do in the exercise of the freedom for which the national hero fought and died.

"I hope that we continue to value our freedom and not take it for granted," he said at the rites marking the 115th anniversary of Rizal's execution by firing squad in the hands of the Spanish colonial government at Bagumbayan, now the Luneta Park in Manila.

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Baguio Spring Festival


Dragon Dance in the year of the Dragon: Bell Church Dance troop performed the dragon dance in front of the city government employees during the Monday Flag Ceremony last January 9 at the city hall ground where the city and the Chinese Community launched the Baguio Spring Festival.


Canadian medical mission to cater to indigents

BAGUIO CITY – Indigent patients in need of non-emergency surgery may avail of the free surgical program of GO-MED (Greater Outreach Medical/Educational Destinations), a medical outreach group based in Vancouver, Canada from Jan. 30 to Feb. 10 at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center.

Medical center chief, Dr. Manuel Factora of the BGHMC said the GO-MED team will arrive on Jan. 27 for the medical mission, the group's third in as many years, in the city.

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More freebies await early taxpayers

BAGUIO CITY – Taxpayers who will settle their revenue obligations early will receive more freebies from the city government.

City treasurer Thelma Manaois announced that apart from the discounts annually given to early birds, taxpayers who will pay their taxes in full will have two chances of winning prizes: by playing the "roleta" and by joining the raffle draw set for April 13.

The three-pronged promotion is part of the city government's social marketing program approved by Mayor Mauricio Domogan to drum up the campaign for early tax payment and rev up further the collection of real property and business taxes this year.

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Mayor hopeful city will meet revenue target

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan expressed hopes that the city will again meet if not surpass its revenue target this year to ensure smooth delivery of public service and implementation of priority projects despite the reduction of its Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) share.

"We hope that we will be able to collect our targeted revenue again this year like in the past years when most of our estimates had been attained and even exceeded," the mayor said.

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Writ laying ceremony


Police Chief Supt. Benjie Magalong, PRO-Cor Director along with Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan pose for posterity with some surviving war veterans, executives of the Rizal Banking Corporation and representatives of the Rizalistas' during the writ laying ceremony for the 115th commemoration of our National hero's martyrdom last Dec. 30,2011 at the Rizal Park.


First Line of Business


"FIRST LINE OF BUSINESS" - City Mayor Mauricio Domogan explains to Barangay Captains the 'need to study further' the proposal of Beneco for the metered streetlights of the city during its first meeting with barangay officials for 2012. With him are Congressman Bernardo Vergara, ABC President Joel Alangsab and Beneco General Manager Gerardo Versoza (hidden). photo by paul rillorta


Mayor denies hand in tree cutting permit

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan Thursday denied having a hand in the issuance of permit allowing the cutting and balling of trees for the expansion project of SM City here.

The mayor said the authority to issue such permits lies with the Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and not with the city executive.

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