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Mayor forms selection committee for public-private partnership ordinance

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan last week created the Public-Private Partnership for the People Initiative (P4) selection committee pursuant to Ordinance No. 61 series of 2017 or the Baguio City LGU P4 Code.

The committee will take charge of selecting a private sector proponent for specific P4 projects to be implemented in the city.

City budget officer Leticia Clemente will chair the committee with city planning and development officer Evelyn Cayat as co-chair with city treasurer Alex Cabbarubias, city building official Engr. Nazita Banez, Councilors Leandro Yangot Jr., Elmer Datuin, Faustino Olowan, Mylen Yaranon and Edgar Avila and representatives from the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) and the Phil., Chamber of Commerce and Industry Baguio-Benguet chapter as members.

The mayor directed the committee to convene within 15 days to craft its internal rules of procedures pursuant to the ordinance.

The Baguio City LGU P4 Code adopts the public-private partnership development approach for implementing the city's projects.

The measure adopted the PPP template provided by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) in Memorandum Circular No. 2016-120 dated September 7, 2016 and would complement the city's investments and incentives code.

As decreed, the LGU P4 mode will be pursued by the City consistent with its infrastructure, development, investment, environmental and governance framework, embodied in relevant policies, plans, ordinances and codes.

The development projects that can be subjected to LGU P4 mode energy and power, renewable energy, waste-to-energy, roads, bridges, causeways, waterways, highways, ports, wharfs, terminals, airports, community airports, canals, dams, desilting, dredging, mining and exploration, hydropower projects, water supply and distribution, sewerage, irrigation, drainage, water conservation such as impoundment areas and rainwater harvesting, telecommunications, railroad and railways, short-haul transit services such as monorail, guided bus, bus services and trams, intermodal and multi-modal transit systems, transport systems, traffic control and management, parking facilities, reclamation projects, platform settlements, industrial estates or townships, central business and industrial park development, hotels and resorts, socialized housing, non-conventional low-cost housing, settlement or resettlement and relocation facilities, residential subdivisions, parks and open space development or redevelopment, pocket parks, public art, libraries, heritage conservation, government buildings, sustainable or green public buildings, sports facilities, wellness establishments, tourism such eco-tourism, wellness tourism and agri-agro-tourism, public markets, commercial buildings, slaughterhouses, storage buildings, warehouses, cold storage, solid waste management, sanitary landfills, meeting and convention centers, information technology networks and database infrastructure, education-related, classrooms, health facilities, hospitals, social services-related, prisons, agriculture-related, post-harvest facilities, environmental management and protection, climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, among others. – Aileen P. Refuerzo

 
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