Rules on abattoir operations okayed

BAGUIO CITY – The city council last Monday approved on final reading an ordinance setting the rules in the operation of the slaughterhouse, livestock and meat inspection service in the city.

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Cleanest and greenest barangay contest goes on until may

BAGUIO CITY – The city's 128 Barangays have until the end of March to clean their areas of responsibility and prepare their garden for judging by barangay official-counterparts and later by visual artists, as part of Panagbenga 2012 cleanest and greenest barangay contest.

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Panagbenga 2012 evaluated, BFF 2013 being prepared

BAGUIO CITY- Mayor Mauricio Domogan, together with the Board of Trustees and supporters shall plan for Panagbenga 2013 as to observations from the just-concluded flower festival, during the post-evaluation meeting this week.

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Mayor amenable to stop trade fairs in parks but seeks permanent site

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan during the Weekly Ugnayan Presser Wednesday expressed his support for the amendment of the Trade Fair Ordinance of the city.

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THE Cinderella Women's Football team reunite with their men counterparts at the turn-over of equipment collected from expartriates in Canada and the United States by former goalie Eduardo Dait and brother players Albert, Jimmy and Teddy Martin. 




Members of the multi-titled Baguio Cinderellas warm up with female detainees of the City jail who asked that they be taught indoor football as part of prison reform.


Autonomy a top issue in igorot consultation

The elusive issue of and quest for autonomy in the Cordillera homeland will cap discussions in the ninth Igorot International Consultation (IIC) set by the Igorot Global Organization on April 12-14 here and in Benguet.

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Mayor says autonomy talks can go on while bill continues course in congress

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan on Wednesday said public consultations on the proposed creation of the Cordillera autonomous region can continue even while the bill on autonomy runs its course in Congress.

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Two major roads to be closed for improvement works

BAGUIO CITY – Two major roads will be closed here to give way for the rehabilitation projects to be undertaken by the Dept. of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

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City supports La Trinidad strawberry festival –mayor

BAGUIO CITY- The city shall participate in the on-going Strawberry festival at La Trinidad, Benguet, Mayor Mauricio Domogan said during the media forum, Ugnayan, last week.

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City readies for student workers

BAGUIO CITY - Again this year, the Public Employment Services Office (PESO), a division of the Mayor's Office tasked in selecting students qualified for the yearly Summer Special Employment for Students (SPES) has opened its doors here.

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Kindergarten kids of the city prepares for their first ever "Urban Heritage Walk" alongside their parents and other volunteers Friday at the Baguio Convention Center to have a glimpse into the history of their beloved city. 




THE THREE-GENERATION Cinderella Team with their founder, coach many Javellena (center with cap), and former Baguio men's team members Jimmy Martin and Eduardo Dait who, together with Albert and Teddy Martin, rounded up football gear in Canada and the United Statres for use in Baguio.




Pioneer Cinderella Ddefender Virgie Tibaldo-Bungay introduces female inmates to the rules of futsal, the indoor version of soccer football, at the start of her team's outreach program at the city Jail. 


Return mixed garbage to erring households, domogan tells barangay officials

After threatening to seal sewage pipes polluting waterways, mayor Mauricio Domogan told barangay officials to implement a similar "return-to-sender" action on mixed garbage to give teeth to the city's "no-segregation, no-collection" policy in solid waste management.

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Mayor: barangay merger to solve boundary disputes

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan on Monday said merger will solve the boundary disputes presently gripping some barangays in the city.

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