HOPE FOR HANNAH

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5-year old Hannah seemingly jumps for joy with a P10,000 gift from the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Baguio (HRAB) for her continued therapy during her visit at the Baguio Country Club last September 16. HRAB President Anthony De Leon and HRAB Membership Committee Chair Anabelle Ramos personally handed to her grandmother Rita Martin the amount along with goodies.

 

City issues guidelines on revived no-segregation-no-collection garbage policy

BAGUIO CITY –The city government has issued guidelines for the revived "no segregation, no collection" policy in garbage collection beginning Sept. 12.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan urged residents here to educate themselves and the members their households on the rudiments of waste segregation to enable them to comply with the revitalized garbage separation campaign and contribute to the solution of the city's garbage problem.

At the same time, the mayor lauded the best performing barangays in terms of waste segregation namely Pinsao Proper and Quirino Hill barangays which he said should serve as role models of other barangays.

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Pro Tech commits to complete hauling

BAGUIO CITY – Pro Tech Machineries Corporation committed to haul out non-biodegradable wastes completely in two weeks' time pending the preparation of a staging area outside of the Irisan controlled dump facility.

City environment and parks management officer CordeliaLacsamana said a memorandum of agreement is being drafted for the staging area being prepared also in Irisan barangay of which among the terms will be that the transport of non-biodegradable wastes to another should be done within 24 hours.

Pro Tech vice-president Luis Lu Jr. also assured the city council last Monday that they will comply with all the terms of their contract with the city particularly on the hauling of non-biodegradable wastes and the purchase of the compost materials generated by the Environmental Recycling System (ERS) machines.

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Small foundation reaches out to ailing toddler

A small foundation established by the only non-German by birth to become a member of Deutchsland's national karate team last Wednesday gave a fresh fighting chance to a Baguio boy barely alive after four relapses in his long-drawn battle against leukemia.

ShoshinKinderhilfe, led by former world traditional karate champion Julian Chees, propped up five-year old Franz Asher Flores with a P10,000 support. It was the latest in a continuous out-reach to seriously ill and indigent patients here for whom the foundation was set up in 2004.

Last Sunday, Shoshin also reached out to the family of Mary Frances Catanes, Chees' elementary school classmate in Lepanto, Mankayan, Benguet. She recently succumbed to cancer at 50.

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HRAB ‘adopts’ 5-year old cerebral palsy patient Hannah

BAGUIO CITY – Her smile conquered an army...

The drizzle momentarily stopped and sunshine peeped while Hannah Cyrele Martin, accompanied by her dad Dizon and grandma Rita walked towards the entrance of the Baguio Country Club, September 16, without an inkling of what was in store for them.

Hannah was just enjoying a new toy that helps her go around during breaks from therapy and massage at home when her grandma prepped her up to meet a guy they never met before.

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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
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