Oplan Kaluluwa on, tourist spots included in police spots

BAGUIO CITY – A coordination plan for a hassle -free All Saints and All Souls day, including a walk-through, is being ironed out by city and barangay officials, the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO), volunteers and concerned citizens.

In a meeting with City Administrator Carlos Canilao last week, details as to parking areas, loading and unloading, cemetery set-up, BCPO personnel deployment, area of volunteer responsibility, medical emergency and evacuation plan were thoroughly discussed, including road re-routing.

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LOYALTY AWARDEES

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The Batch of 1992 composed of 68 City Hall employees during the devolution of mandatory services to the local government including Mayor Mauricio Domogan proudly show off their awards for serving the City government of Baguio for 25 Years of dedicated service during the 117th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary Awards, Program and Dinner held at Supreme Hotel last September 29. Also in photo are City officials headed by Cong. Marquez Go and Guest of Speaker CSC-CAR regional director Marilyn Taldo. - Rj Cayabyab photo

 

NEW TESDA REGIONAL DIRECTOR'S CALL

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan welcomes newly designated TESDA-CAR regional director Efren Pinol , eldest brother of Department of Agriculture secretary Manuel "Manny" Pinol, during their courtesy call at the Mayor's Office last October 3. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Cordillera will be good as an autonomous region

BAGUIO CITY October 05 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan is confident that the Cordillera can survive as an autonomous region once the national government will grant the funding support that is it is currently enjoying under its administrative status aside from the subsidy and share of the taxes prescribed under the pending autonomy bill.

Currently, the city chief executive revealed that the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) is operating on a conservative estimate of over P52 billion based on the budget allocation of the different line agencies which is pegged at P28 billion, the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) of all local governments which amount to P14.6 billion and more than P10 billion in internally generated revenues by the concerned local governments.

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SCOFAD'S OATH

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"Unseated for a day" Mayor Mauricio Domogan swears in the Senior Citizens For A Day officials headed by SOFAD Mayor Juanita Gabaen, SOFAD Congressman Rodolfo Abella vice Rep. marques Go and Vice mayor Victorio Afalla for vice mayor Edison Bilog during simple rites at the City Hall grounds October 2. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

SITUATIONAL REPORT

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City Police Director SSUPT Ramil Saculles and his men brief Senior Citizen Official For A day mayor Juanita Gabaen on the city's peace and order situation. The Baguio's Finest are winning the fight against illegal drugs and brought down further the crime incidents in the city this year under the leadership of PSSUPT Saculles. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

RDC help sought to stop issuance of water, hydro rights over cordillera

At the rate the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) and the Department of Energy (DOE) are issuing "water rights" and hydroelectric dam construction permits to outside companies, nothing would be left to jumpstart autonomy or self-rule in the Cordillera that is supposed to be the watershed cradle of Northern Luzon.

Alarmed over this continuing depletion of the region's resource base, the Benguet Electric Cooperative (Beneco) has asked the Regional Development Council (RDC) to ask the NWRB and the DOE to issue a moratorium on the issuance of permits for hydroelectric projects and water rights in the Cordillera without prior knowledge and consent of the RDC and the would-be host communities, municipalities and provinces".

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NCMF backs peace initiatives of Baguio dads

BAGUIO CITY October 05 – Officials of the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) expressed their all-out support to the peace and order initiatives of local officials which have sustained lasting peace in the city through the years and belied harbouring Muslims allegedly involved or linked to terrorism and extremism.

Three NCMF Commissioners and a number of its ranking officers met with Mayor Domogan Tuesday afternoon and assured city officials that they will not tolerate fellow Muslims being involved in activities that will affect the law and order in the city and that they will always cooperate with the local government in the implementation of peace and order initiatives sustaining peace in the city that makes it one of the preferred tourist destinations in the country.

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Except for ganza, no final plans for parking in other burnham sites – mayor

BAGUIO CITY – Save for the vacant lot near the Ganza Restaurant, there are no final plans to put up multi-level podium car parking facilities anywhere at Burnham Park.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan clarified this in response to the mounting opposition against the parking project at the city's main park.

The mayor said there have been proposals to put up multi-level parking structures at Melvin Jones and at the former auditorium site which is now being used as parking area but these have remained as propositions and have not been finalized.

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ESL, WTE sites feasible – EMB-CAR

BAGUIO CITY October 05 – The Cordillera office of the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB-CAR) disclosed the proposed sites of the engineered sanitary landfill (ESL) and the waste-to-energy (WTE) facility within portions of the Antamok open pit are feasible pursuant to the standards prescribed by existing laws, rules and regulations.

Reynaldo S. Digamo, EMB-CAR regional director, said the previous sites that have been identified as the sites for the ESL and WTE projects of the Baguio-La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tuba-Tublay (BLISTT) in the Camote Vein of the former open site was also found to be feasible but there were initial problems with the residents, thus, the area was subsequently relocated to the former site of the Benguet Corporation's millsite.

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BAGUIO DAY FINALE

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Members of the Pines City National High School Cultural Dance Troupe present an interpretative dance number capping the 108th Baguio Charter Day celebration during City hall flag raising ceremonies. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

CITY OFFICIALS FOR A DAY

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Senior Officials For A Day headed by SCOFAD Congressman Rodolfo Abella, SCOFAD Mayor Juanita Gabaen and SCOFAD Vice Mayor Victorio Afalla are welcomed by their respective "unseated counterparts " Cong. Marquez Go represented by Laurence Adube, Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Vice mayor Edison Bilog during City Hall flag raising and turn-over ceremony. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Mayor warns vendors, behave or night market will stop

BAGUIO CITY October 05 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan warned that the local government will be constrained to close the operation of the night market if the vendors do not settle their petty conflicts.

The local chief executive said that it is unfortunate that the numerous complaints being filed with the Baguio City Market Authority (BCMA) are coming from the vendors doing business in the night market despite efforts to solve the problems.

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STATE OF THE BARANGAY ADDRESS

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Association of the Barangay Council president and City Councilor Michael Lawana reports on the 128 barangays' achievements and participation for Baguio's development and its fight against illegal drugs during City Hall flag raising ceremonies. Councilor Lawana also announced the programs of activities for the upcoming Barangay Day coinciding the birthday of Mayor Mauricio Domogan on October 10. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

ALTERNATIVE FAMILY CARE

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City Social Welfare and Development Officer Betty Fangasan stresses the importancem of love and care to the neglected and displaced children who need legal adoption and foster care during a forum on alternative family care held at City Hall Multi-Purpose Center October 5. By Bong Cayabyab

 

Baguio day school-based contest winners bared

BAGUIO CITY – The city government announced the winners in the Baguio Day school-based activities held Sept. 26 at the PFVR Gymnasium and the Department of Education conference room.

The pair of Stacy Balli and Chyk Vaughn Marzan of Lucban Elementary School dominated the quiz bee part of the academic meet. Coached by teacher Ganni Cabat, they breezed through the easy-average-difficult rounds where they outwitted ten other competitors.

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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

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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