THE SEARCH CONTINUES INSPITE OF TYPHOON GORIO

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Board of Judges of the Alay sa Kalinisan Search for the 10 Cleanest and the 10 Dirtiest Barangays of Baguio under the chairmanship of well respected environmentalist Dr. Julie Cabato brave the "wrath" of typhoon Gorio evaluating the nook and crannies of the city's 128 barangays. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

VOLUNTEER STUDENTS FROM SOUTH KOREA

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City officials headed by Vice mayor Edison Bilog and City Social Welfare and Development Officer Betty Fangasan welcomes the students from Catholic Children and Youth Foundation from South Korean during City Hall flag raising ceremonies. The 2nd contingent under the Youth International Exchange Program composed of 17 youths, 4 teachers and one nurse headed by Gerald Koo Bon Young are in town as volunteers to undertake improvement and re-painting the Day Care Center in Pinget barangay followed by cooking and feeding program as part of culture interaction among both youths of Baguio and South Korea. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

DANCING SUMMER JOB STUDENTS

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Members of summer job students assigned at the Mayor Office led by petite "star dancer" Thea Rovelyn Tolibas twirl and swirl to the latest dance craze to the delight of city hall civil servants and visitors during City hall flag raising ceremonies. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

ANOTHER FEATHER OF THE CAP

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Baguio boy Chess International Master (IM) Haridas Pascua, 24 years old, Information Technology student of the University of Baguio receives City Council Resolution 259 series of 2017 and accolades from city officials headed by Vice Mayor Edison Bilog during City hall flag raising ceremony July 24 for winning the 10th JAFTA Chess Festival last May-13-19 held in Jakarta. IM Pascua also landed 3rd place in the BAWAH 12 Tahun Challenger Open last April 22 to 23 held in Malaysia. - By Bong Cayayab

 

Federalism not a hindrance to Cordi autonomy bid

BAGUIO CITY July 27 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan underscored the present administration's plan to change the current unitary form of government to federal form will not hinder the region's renewed quest for autonomy but instead compliment the move for self-governance considering that both aspects of government have almost the same principles.

The local chief executive said federalism and autonomy are both anchored on the devolution of powers from the central to the regional and local governments, increased responsibility of the regional and local governments in the discharge of their duties and responsibilities, the chance for the local governments to identify priority development projects, the increased share of resources among others, thus, there is no actual conflict between the two options available for the Cordillera to embrace.

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ADVISORY

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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Autonomy Working Draft is also in the Legislative Directory

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