Public advised to bear with traffic inconvenience as contractor vows speedy work at Loakan Road

BAGUIO CITY – Public works and city officials here appealed to the public to bear with the traffic inconvenience that will result from the total closure of the Loakan Road (Scout Barrio area) for 60 days to give way to an ongoing road improvement project in the said area.

Baguio City District Engineering Office Engineer Ireneo Gallato said the road closure is needed to ensure speedy and quality completion of the project which covers the rehabilitation of the damaged paved road including road widening and installation of drainage line.

Although no date has been set for the closure as of last Friday, asphalt scraping work has begun along the stretch since last week drawing complaints from motorists.

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City creates fish task force

BAGUIO CITY – bolstering the countries Consumer Act (RA 7394) and in order to impede the entry of unhealthy marine products in the city, Mayor Mauricio Domogan has created a task force specifically for the purpose.

Domogan said, 'this measure will achieve the objective of the city in protecting consumers against hazards to health and safety and from deceptive, unfair and unconscionable sales acts and practices".

Administrative Order No. 73 created the City Fish Inspection Task Force (CFITF) with the main function of conducting regular inspections of fish in the city market to ensure that fish sold are safe and fit for human consumption.

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Independence Day in the Mountain

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Independence Day in the Mountain: A group of climbers waves the National colors during the Freedom Climb 2011 last June 12 in Mt. Cabyao and Sto Tomas Tuba Benguet. The Freedom climb 2011 officially registered 5,692 climbers in 69 mountains all over the Philippines including two mountains overseas and is just awaiting validation from the Guinness World Record and declaration for the new world record of most people in a mountain ascent-Multiple Location.

 

Youngest Climber

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Youngest Climber: Juls Marley Rabanillo enjoys walking up the Sto. Tomas road. He is registered as the youngest climber for the Freedom Climb 2011 June 12.

 

National Games winner

National Games winner: City Officials led by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan joined for posterity the athletes who represented the city during the Philippine National Games held in Bacold recently. The city delegates garnered the most number of gold medals and total number of medals among all the competing teams.

 
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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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