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Bigger prices, subsidies for Panagbenga participants bared

BAGUIO CITY January 31 – Organizers of the 24th edition of the Panagbenga, popularly known as the Baguio Flower Festival, are increasing the cash prizes of major events and the subsidies of participating schools to encourage greater participation of the stakeholders in the different events lined up for the 38-day festivities.

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Baguio Blooms

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The stalls of the Baguio Blooms has now moved to the skating area to accommodate the trade fair of the 24th Baguio Flower Festival or the Panagbenga 2019. RMC PIA-CAR

 

BCBC elects new set of officers

BAGUIO CITY, Feb. 1 (PIA) -- Bombo Radyo anchor Jordan Tablac is the new president of the oldest and largest media organization in northern Luzon.

In the election of the Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club (BCBC) held at the Ibaloi Heritage Garden on Sunday (Jan. 27), Tablac ran unopposed.

Other elected officers are Vice President for Print – Dexter See of Herald Express and the Public Information Office of the Baguio City government, Vice President for TV - Darius Bajo of GMA 7; Secretary – Maria Elena Catajan of Sunstar Baguio; Treasurer – Hannah Lacsamana of the Baguio Midland Courier; Auditor – Cesar Reyes of Peoples Tonight and Board of Directors - Frank Cimatu of Baguio Chronicle and Rappler, Aldwin Quitasol of Newsbytes.ph and Roderick Osis of Sunstar Baguio.

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City never mum on SM Sky Ranch project

BAGUIO CITY January 30 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan claims the city government has never been mum on the SM Sky Ranch project contrary to claims by critics of the put up of the amusement and recreation facility within the property of the giant chain of malls.

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Env't safety nets assured in conduct of Baguio blooms at skating rink

BAGUIO CITY – Safety nets will be in place to ensure the protection of the trees and prevention of damage in the area surrounding the skating rink at Burnham Park in the conduct of the Baguio Bloom exposition and exhibition from Feb. 1 to March 10.

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Registered motor vehicles in Baguio on the rise

BAGUIO CITY February 01 – An officer of the Baguio City Police Office – Traffic Management Branch (BCPO-TMB) expressed concern over the unprecedented increase in the number of registered motor vehicles in the city which is contributory to the drastic increase in the volume of vehicles plying the city's roads that result to monstrous traffic congestions and insufficient parking spaces in the different parts of the city.

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Validation of 211 titles dangerous – Domogan

BAGUIO CITY January 30 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan reports that the pending proposals in Congress to re-open the validation of un-validated 211 titles in the different parts of the city will eventually result to the displacement of thousands of residents who are actually occupying the lands covered by the 211 titles.

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P319 million in taxes collected by City treasury office

BAGUIO CITY January 30 – The city Treasury Office announced it collected more than P319 million in taxes paid by taxpayers for the first twenty eight days of the current year, P6 million higher compared to its collections during the same period last year.

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Development of Baguio post office site assured

BAGUIO CITY January 31 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan disclosed that the administration of the Philippine Postal Corporation is preparing the development plan of the Baguio post office site which is part of the remaining historical landmarks in the city to preserve and protect it from further deterioration.

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Sustaining Baguio City a haven and living paradise of the north

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Delegates from the Jose P. Laurel Elementary School performed a dance entitled "Sustaining Baguio City a haven and living paradise of the north" which featured the flower birds of paradise during the opening parade of the 24th Baguio Flower Festival on Friday February 1. RMC PIA-CAR

 

Kapihan sa Baguio media forum

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The Department of Tourism – Cordillera led by OIC Jovita Ganongan gathered local government unit officials and representatives as well as other reps from the private sector to promote the different festivals, activities and sports events to be held in the coming months in their respective localities during the Kapihan sa Baguio media forum last week. RMC PIA-CAR

 

Fil-Chinese community assures support to Baguio folk

BAGUIO CITY February 01 – Members of the Filipino-Chinese community assured their uncompromising and unwavering support to the local government and residents of the city in the implementation of programs, projects and activities geared towards promoting the welfare of the greater majority of the populace.

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Stakeholders propose measures to ease traffic flow at city's major gateways

BAGUIO CITY – Various measures have been proposed to ease the traffic flow along Marcos Highway, Naguilian Road and other gateways to the city in face of Kennon Road's prolonged inaccessibility.

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Sincerity of councilors in supporting Panagbenga doubted

BAGUIO CITY February 01 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan joined other sectors in the city in doubting the sincerity of some local legislators in supporting the annual conduct of the Panagbenga or the Baguio flower festival because of their obviously conflicting actions on a number of activities of the city's major crowd drawing event.

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No fixers entertained by City Assessor's Office

BAGUIO CITY January 30 – The City Assessor's Office will not entertain fixers processing the tax declarations of residents wanting that their lands, buildings and machineries will be declared with the local government for taxation purposes.

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Baguio's temperature dips to 9.2 degrees Celsius

BAGUIO CITY January 30 – The weather condition in the country's undisputed Summer Capital continues to get colder with 9.2 degrees Celsius as the coolest temperature recorded by the local office of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) early Wednesday morning.

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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
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