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Feasibility study for total rehab of market drainage approved

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan signed Resolution No. 65 series of 2019 approving the conduct of a feasibility study for the total rehabilitation of the city market drainage and sewer system including the lines along the Central Business District.

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Payment of fines by violators of ordinances duly issued receipts

BAGUIO CITY March 27 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan explained that the fines being paid by violators of the different local ordinances are being issued the appropriate official receipts from the local government and that the funds being derived from the same accrue to the coffers of the city and not to the pockets of anyone as being projected by some quarters wanting to advance their personal and political interests.

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Measles cases in baguio on the decline but alert still on as mass immunization fails to reach target

BAGUIO CITY – Measles cases in the city had tapered off in the past week but the city remained on the alert level amid the failure of the mass immunization campaign to reach its 100 percent target.

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Book launch with Araw ng Kagitingan activities

BAGUIO CITY – A Baguio-Benguet veterans' directory and memoirs shall be launched this week, a prelude to the commemoration of Philippine Veteran's Week on April 5 to 11, 77th Araw ng Kagitingan on April 9; and 74th Liberation of Baguio on April 27.

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Shabu, marijuana remain drugs of choice in Cordillera – PDEA

BONTOC, Mountain Province March 27 – The Cordillera office of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA-CAR) disclosed that shabu and marijuana remain the drugs of choice in the region based on the results of anti-drug operations that were conducted by police operatives and anti-narcotics regionwide over the past several months.

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RDC orders probe on weak internet signals in MP

BONTOC, Mountain Province March 26 – The Regional Development Council (RDC-CAR) directed the infrastructure committee and the Committee on Indigenous Peoples Concerns to coordinate with the giant telecommunication companies wanting to put up their cell sites in the different parts of the province to identify the problems they are encountering and recommend interventions that will effectively and efficiently address the weak internet signal province-wide.

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Collection of tourism data still a challenge for city

BAGUIO CITY March 27 – The City Tourism Office admitted the collection of data on the true picture of the city's tourist arrivals remains a challenge to the local government due to the failure of numerous accommodating establishments to submit the needed data from their end.

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Baguio folk embracing urban gardening, organic farming

BAGUIO CITY March 27 – A local legislator is elated over the warm reception of residents in the different barangays on the urban gardening and organic farming program being initiated by the concerned government agencies and the local government purposely to help in producing adequate healthy food for the populace.

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City to review measles vaccination target

BAGUIO CITY March 27 – The City Health Services office will be reviewing its projected target of 34,000 children aged 6 to 59 months old who are supposed to have been vaccinated against measles.

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Mayor backs localized peace talks

BAGUIO CITY March 27 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan expressed his all-out support to the conduct of localized peace talks between government negotiators and their counterparts from the Communist Party of the Philippines – New Peoples Army (CPP-NPA) for the realization of lasting peace in the countryside.

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Stakeholders asked to ready data as transport route planning begins

BAGUIO CITY – Transport associations, barangay officials and other stakeholders here were advised to prepare their data on the commuting population and transportation units for consideration in the drafting of the Local Public Transport Route Plan (LPTRP) for the city.

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BCPO reports crime rate drop

BAGUIO CITY – City crime rates for the first quarter of 2019 as compared to 2018 has dropped 24.7%, and so were the crimes reported in for 2018 with 2017 as reference.

These were reported by the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) during the Human Rights, Justice Peace and Order Council meeting last week at city hall.

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City government get good remarks on energy audit

The city government of Baguio was given a high rating of 85.9 percent on energy efficiency and conservation by the Department of Energy as a result of an on-the-spot walkthrough energy inspection lately.

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Put up of Baguio youth multipurpose center eyed

BAGUIO CITY March 26 – Three local legislators filed a proposed ordinance establishing the Baguio city Youth Multipurpose Center and providing funds for the said purpose.

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115,000 to graduate from public schools in Cordillera

BAGUIO CITY March 27 – More than one hundred fifteen thousand pupils and students will be completing their achieved ladder in the country's basic education and will be conferred their completed levels.

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Mayor bats for regulation of deep wells by water districts

BAGUIO CITY March 27 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan applauded the efforts of the Local Water Utilities Administration (LOWA) to devolve to the water districts the regulation of the operation of deep wells in their areas of jurisdiction to prevent the proliferation of illegal deep wells in the different parts of the country that tend to compromise the sustainable supply of potable water for the people.

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