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AMBASSADORS OF GOODWILL

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Honolulu, Hawaii balikbayans restaurateur and Baguio Outstanding Citizen Edna Anton and her daughter Marcia with Hawaii businessman William Anonsen flash the "shaka" a Hawaiian heartfelt greeting with Baguio's "poorest of the poor" who received slippers and t-shirts to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sisterhood Ties between Honolulu and Baguio City. At least 200 pairs of slippers were initially donated and the remaining 800 will be given to the recipients during the opening of classes. The donation was coursed through City Social Welfare and Development Officer Betty Fangasan.--- By Bong Cayabyab

 

Domogan give busol lot claimants ten-day reprieve

BAGUIO CITY – The City Government gave owners of the illegal shanties built at the area designated for the Busol Tree Nursery at the Busol watershed a ten-day reprieve after the occupants appealed for more time to consider voluntarily demolishing the structures.

Ancestral land claimant Lucia Ampaguey last May 21 issued an undertaking asking the mayor to defer the implementation of the demolition order for ten days to allow them to discuss their next course of action.

"We understand that if we fail to undertake the demolition by ourselves, we are aware that the demolition team will do their job (of removing our structures)," Ampaguey noted in the letter she signed in the presence of city engineer Nazita Banez, forester Walter Aguirre and city police director Rolando Miranda and the other occupants.

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20TH YEAR OF SISTERHOOD TIES

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20TH YEAR OF SISTERHOOD TIES Honolulu, Hawaii balikbayans restaurateur and Baguio Outstanding Citizen Edna Anton and her daughter Marcia with Hawaii businessman William Anonsen present the resolution of the local government of Honolulu, Hawaiito Mayor Mauricio Domogan. commemorating the sisterhood ties between Baguio and Honolulu during a brief courtesy call at the mayor's office. As Honolulu's Ambassador of Goodwill they donated 1,000 pairs of shoes and 200 t-shirts to the poorest of the poor children of the city. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

VICTORY DANCE

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CARAA athletes and DepEd-CAR officials headed by regional Ellen Donato celebrate through a victory dance for landing 4th place in the just concluded Palarong Pambansa in Tagum, Davao del Sur with 24 gold, 22 silver and 16 bronze medals. - by Bong Cayabyab

 

Council to tackle citizen's arrest ordinance

BAGUIO CITY – a proposed ordinance giving power to ordinary citizens to apprehend any person committing a crime or violating any law or ordinance in this mountain resort will soon be tackled in the city council here.

The Citizen's Arrest Ordinance in the City of Baguio which adopted the provisions of the rules of court specifically the rules on criminal procedure was proposed by Councilor Leandro Yangot, Jr.

The said ordinance strengthens the citizen's authority in the apprehension of criminal offenders or lawless elements within the territorial jurisdiction of Baguio.

The ordinance seeks to put an end to the rampant violations of existing laws, local ordinances and other issuances and criminal offenses and criminal offenders, as per the draft ordinance seem to fearless in committing crimes.

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INGENIOUS GUARD HOUSE

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Baguio City National High School Principal Elma Donaal proudly shows off the ingenious guardhouse fashioned out from plastic bottles, recyclabe materials with a mixture of sands and cement made by students of the BCNHS Science High School during the culmination program of Brigada Eskwela. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

BRIGADA ESKWELA

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan takes time out to paint the perimeter fence of the Baguio City National High School, the Alma Mater of his wife Rebecca, his three daughters Janice , Jillian and Joy . The City government appropriated P1.3million for the repair of schools in the city during the Brigada Eskwela in preparation for the school opening on June 1 - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Court junks jadewell motion for execution

BAGUIO CITY – The Regional Trial Court quashed the motion for execution of Jadewell Parking Systems Corporation (Jadewell) for the court to direct the City Government to issue a business permit and allow its operation of the payparking business in areas identified in the memorandum of agreement (MOA) dated June 26, 2000 for its unexpired term.

In a six-page decision issued last April 6, RTC Branch 60 Judge Edilberto Claravall said Jadewell's purpose does not conform to the decision of the Supreme Court which "relevantly discussed (that) the MOA can no longer be implemented."

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GIRL SCOUTS NEW SET OF OFFICERS

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan inducts into office the newly elected officers of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines-Baguio Chapter headed by president Leonila Lumibao during City Hall flag raising ceremony May 10.- By Bong Cayabyab

 

CARAA'S "FAIRY GODMOTHER"

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University of the Cordilleras vice president for administration and UC's Project HELEN project director Leonarda Romasanta-Aguinalde receives a plaque of appreciation from DepEd CAR regional director Ellen Donato and assistant regional director Estela Leon-Carino for donating more than 1,400 pairs of Toms shoes (2 pairs of shoes each) for the whole 702 CARAA delegation further boosting the morale of the delegation which landed fourth place in the just concluded Palarong Pambansa in Tagum, Davao del Sur with 24 gold, 22 silver and 16 bronze medals. - by Bong Cayabyab

 

Parking fee collections in burnham nets 2m

BAGUIO CITY –  the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO), Burnham Park Office is seeing a huge increase in parking fees in this mountain resort.

This increase is partly due to the re-opening of the Ganza Pay parking area to address the lack of parking spaces within the Central Business District (CBD) especially during peak tourist influx.

The pay parking facility started operation on April 2 to effect memorandum 079-2015 issued by Mayor Mauricio Domogan to the CEPMO.

In its initial 12-day period of operations, the city collected P68,704.00 in pay parking fees for the Ganza area alone under the CEPMO-Burnham Park Office.

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ADVISORY

STATEMENT IN REPLY TO THE PUBLISHED OPEN LETTER OF BCDA PRESIDENT and CEO ARNEL PACIANO D. CASANOVA

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS
2014

Speech Delivered by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan during the Cordillera Month Closing Ceremony
July 26 SLU-BC

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STATE OF THE REGION ADDRESS

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Click on the City's Programs and Projects Menus for the 1ST State of the City Address

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Click on the City's Programs and Projects Menus for the complete list

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Autonomy Working Draft is also in the Legislative Directory

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