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NEW OFFICIALS

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City Mayor Mauricio Domogan officially welcomes new Baguio City Police Office Chief Jesus Cambay Jr, new City Fire Marshall Joe Fernand Bangyod and new Baguio City Jail Warden Wilson Banasen during simple rites at city hall grounds last September 3 during the regular flag raising ceremony. photo by paul rillorta

 

URBAN POOR CONCERNS

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GEAD Co-chair and City Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda welcomes participants to the first 'Urban Poor Summit' held at the City's Multi-purpose Hall last September 6 sponsored by the Gender Equality and Development (GEAD) Council chaired by Mayor Mauricio Domogan to tackle concerns of the marginalized sector in the city. photo by paul rillorta

 

DENR issues tree cutting permit for Baguio circuit road

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – Delayed works within the 21-kilometer Baguio circumferential road project are now in full swing after the Cordillera office of the Department of Environment and natural Resources (DENR) issued a tree cutting permit to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to cut 125 assorted trees that will be directly affected by the infrastructure development.

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Baguio Run for a Cause moved to October 7

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – The city government and the Gray Area Solutions, Inc. jointly agreed to re-schedule its first-ever "Baguio Run for a Cause" from September 23, 2012 to October 7, 2012 to avoid sudden conflicts and overlapping of running events that were lined up for the 103rd Baguio Charter Day celebration.

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Sept. 8 medical mission to accent on baguio's heart

The humanitarian dimension of Baguio's 103rd founding anniversary will be fleshed out on Sept. 8 with a medical-dental mission targeting some 2,000 indigent patients at the Baguio Convention Center.

The day-long healing outreach will also accent on the sense of community spelled out in the founding anniversary theme, with the government, private and civic sectors coming in to share their resources, expertise, responsibility and authority to mount the medical service.

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Two Ibaloi women open up on medical needs

With glazed eyes and pale lips that are the signs of their debilitating and life-threatening illness, two Benguet women last Wednesday asked that their cases be published, for Samaritans to read and respond to their need to sustain their life-time hemodialysis treatment for kidney failure.

"Umay kami koma agpatulong, sir (We came to ask for help, sir)," 34-year old Linbeth Lestino said in Ilocano, but with the unmistakable diction of one who speaks the Ibaloi tongue.

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Kids pick up on baguio history through urban heritage walk

When asked by visitors, some Baguio residents can't tell how the city's short, inclined main street got its name.

That's why sixth and fifth graders of Rizal and San Vicente elementary schools sought the answer through the "Baguio Kids Urban Heritage Walk" as the city was priming up for its 103rd charter anniversary on the theme "Fostering a Sense of History, Community and Continuity".

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No more 'insertions' in the city council agenda

The city council recently restored its standing rule that only items which are submitted on or before the Thursday noon deadline shall be discussed in the Monday regular session.

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GENDER SENSITIVE LAW ENFORCERS

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Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda presents a Paque of Apreciation to Civil Service Commission hearing officer Atty. Emily Balungay-Lagan as the resource speaker on Gender Sensitivity and Mainstreaming Training for the Baguio City Police Office held at City Hall , Multi-Purpose Center August 23.--- By Bong Cayabyab

 

Baguio opposes against partial segregation of 14 CJH barangays

BAGUIO CITY August 30 Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said the city government will oppose the partial segregation of the 4 barangays located within the Camp John Hay (CJH) watershed and forest reservation which is being undertaken by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) and the John Hay Management Committee (JHMC).

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Unity key to realization of autonomy

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – The unity and team work of Cordillerans will play a key role in convincing the national government to support the renewed west for regional autonomy which is seen as the ultimate way to fastrack the development of the region as a whole, Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said.

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City stand on cjh brgy segregation non-negotiable -- mayor

BAGUIO CITY – The city's position on the segregation of the entire land area covered by the 13 barangays from the Camp John Hay reservation is non-negotiable, Mayor Mauricio Domogan said on Wednesday.

"It has been our long standing position and the intent of condition no. 14 to segregate the whole land area of the 13 barangays and not just the occupied portions and there is no reason to change our stand," the mayor said as he appealed to the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) and the John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC) to implement the segregation as originally intended.

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Baguio day 2012

BAGUIO CITY – Seven outstanding Baguio citizens, all ladies, were awarded during the 103rd charter program at the Baguio Convention Center last Saturday, Sept. 1.

Stringently screened by the Society of Outstanding Citizens Organization of Baguio (SOCOB) Council, the awardees are: Dr. Rowena Aquino Pascual for Professional Service, Engr. Susan Nalog-Anganga for cooperatives, retired teacher Elena Badival, Rebecca Domogan and Rosario Cordero for community service, Patricia Anne Gallardo for Public Service, and Rebecca Lim Nulud for Arts and Culture.

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Run, jog, walk or sponsor a coffee cup on sept. 9

Participants in the "Run for Life 2" fun-run on Sept. 9 will not be doing so for personal sports glory but – as the dubbing goes – for life and for fun.

There will be medals for the top finishers in the seven-kilometer open class and the four-km.senior and children categories, but there will be no cash prizes that are the come-on for professional long-distance runners.

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Three inquiries set at city council session

BAGUIO CITY – The city council will hold three inquiries on various concerns in its regular session tomorrow (Monday) at the SP session hall.

The first inquiry will deal on the construction of commercial buildings along Session Road as proposed by Councilor Philian Louise Weygan-Allan.

Invited were city planning and development officer-in0charge Evelyn Cayat, city buildings and architecture officer Oscar Flores, Tony Ang Jr. of MPB Realty Corporation and Arch. Elvis Palicdon as non-government organization representative who is a member of the Local Zoning Board of Adjustment and Appeal (LBZAA).

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LUCKY INDEED !!!

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Provincial employees from Eastern Samar goes gaga after taking an impromtu photo opportunity with Mayor Mauricio Domogan after a brief courtesy call at the Mayor's Office last August 22.--- 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

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

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