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Mayor Mauricio Domogan and City Social Welfare and development Officer Betty Fangasan hand over the financial assistance worth Php 1.625 million to the 11 beneficiaries whose houses were totally damaged, 277 beneficiaries whose houses were partially damaged and 288 families who were affected during last year's Typhoon Lando. The release of financial assistance to the victims of typhoon Lando was just released this year because of the strict guidelines under the validations and auditing system of the government. - By Bong Cayabyab


Mayor to stay with Lakas-not jumping party

BAGUIO CITY May 26 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan assured his unrelenting and uncompromising support to the administration of Presumptive president and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, especially to his programs and projects designed to improve the living condition of Filipinos, even without shifting party affiliations unlike what is being done by blatant political butterflies.

Domogan is one of the few remaining original members of the LAKAS-CMD which has an existing alliance with the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) of losing presidential candidate and Vice President Jejomar C. Binay.

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City officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan present the cash incentive worth P50,000 and a plaque of excellence to Imelda Village Barangay headed by PB Arturo Rapelo Jr for having the city's Most Outstanding Lupong Tagapamayapa. The Lupon was cited for their commitment to the vision, goals, and aspirations to their constituents for lasting peace, order, safety and unity.- By Bong Cayabyab



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City officials headed by Mayor Mauriio Domogan lauds Baguio-based former Philippine Team members who brought pride and honor to our country during the just concluded 19th Asia Masters Athletics Championships (for 35 yearls old and above) held in Singapore where 23 countries participated. Shown in photo are veteran multi-medalist Erlinda Lavandia (3 golds and 1 silver); Lerma Balauitan with 3 gold medals, Julius Sermona with 2 silvers, Eduardo Buenavista with 2 gold medals, Rene Herrera with 2 golds and 1 bronze medals; Arnel Ferrera with 1 gold and 2 silver medals ; Cristabel Martes with 4 gold medals and Danilo Presnido with one gold medal.- By Bong Cayabyab


DPWH, city told to coordinate for drainage master plan

BAGUIO CITY May 26 – The city council requested the regional and district offices of the Department of Public works and Highways (DPWH), the city engineer's office and the city environment and parks management office (CEPMO) to closely coordinate with each other for the completion of a comprehensive drainage master plan that will serve as the basis for the implementation of future drainage projects in the city.

Members of the city council made the request to the representatives of concerned agencies and city departments after no less than City Engineer Elpidio Garabiles admitted that his office is still preparing the comprehensive drainage master plan of the city.

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan thanks the continued rendering of dedicated service to the city's by the day care workers who despite receiving only a minimal of P4,000 a monthly honorarium during the Capability Building of Day Care Workers. The Mayor promised to increase the subsidy to P6,000 a month which is now pending approval at the City Council.- By Bong Cayabyab


mayor seeks win-win solution to asin hydro impasse

BAGUIO CITY – Both local government of Baguio City and Tuba town must work to achieve a "win-win solution" to the issues involving the Asin mini-hyrdo electric power plants lest both LGUs including the affected landowners end up empty-handed.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan on Wednesday reiterated the city government's willingness to sit down with their Tuba counterparts to explore available avenues and points of compromise to settle the issues.

"If there will be no outcome, then we have no recourse but to settle this in the proper forum but I would want a win-win solution because if we fail to achieve that, we all stand to lose," the mayor said.

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For the good of the city, Citizens welcomed to join special bodies

BAGUIO CITY May 26 – The city government has always been open to the active participation of citizens as members of various special bodies organized to help local officials promulgate people-oriented policies, programs and projects beneficial to the greater welfare of the populace.

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said the city government never deprived interested individuals, experts or event ordinary citizens to participate or become members of special bodies which are mandated to conduct consultations and public hearing to determine the sentiments of the local residents on certain policies and programs that will be implemented in order to guide police-makers and decision-makers in coming out with the appropriate decisions in various issues and concerns affecting the city.

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P139 million earmarked to build City Camp sewerage plant

BAGUIO CITY May 26 – Some one hundred thirty nine pesos was earmarked by the Cordillera office of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH-CAR) to bankroll the construction of a state-of-the-art sewerage treatment plant within the Camp Lagoon to cater to the sewerage treatment of residents in the nearby fifteen barangays.

Engr. Edgar Enriquez, DPWH-CAR assistant chief of the planning division, said the agency is awaiting the pertinent documents from the city government to allow the conduct of the required public bidding in order to ascertain the qualified contractor to implement the programmed project to address the sewerage treatment of discharges from residents within the beneficiary barangays.

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan inspects the P2million Alternative Learning System building under construction which will cater the Baguio residents undertaking vocational and technical courses offered by the Dep-Ed- Baguio to uplift their living standards. With Mayor Domogan are members ALS teaching staff and ALS Supervisor Art Tiongan. - By Bong Cayabyab


Public urged to forget politics, move on

BAGUIO CITY May 26 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan rallied the over 1,500-strong officials and employees of the city government to forget the results of the May 9, 2016 general and automated elections so that they will be able to move on for the sake of bringing the country's undisputed Summer Capital to greater heights.

The city mayor pointed out officials and employees of the different offices of the city government should support the winners of the recently-concluded elections whether or not they voted for them because the city's voters have already spoken on who will be the new set of city officials for the next three years.

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Newly assigned Department of Foreign Affairs officer-in-charge regional director Eleanor B. Belgica presents a memento to re-elected City Mayor Mauricio Domogan during the latter's courtesy call at the mayor's Office may 23. - By Bong Cayabyab



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Representing Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Secretary to the Mayor Rafael Tallocoy stresses a point on the overview and key concept of Social Protection Handbook during a 3-day workshop for barangay officials and concerned offices being undertaken by the City Social Welfare and development Office headed by Betty Fangasan.


GSO clarifies approval of solid waste plan

BAGUIO CITY May 26 - The city government did not officially request the National Solid Waste Commission (NSWMC) to approve its amended 10-year solid waste management plan that was crafted by the city solid waste management board in order to conform with the updated programs and projects of the local government in terms of addressing the city's solid waste disposal concerns.

City General Services Officer Romeo D. Concio said that it was the consultant of the city government that requested the NSWMC to comment and critic the amended 10-year solid waste management plan before finalizing the same but what happened was that the NSWMC already considered it as a compliance to the mandate of the provisions of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act or Republic Act (RA) 9003.

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City wants bible reading institutionalize

BAGUIO CITY May 26 – The city council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance declaring the last week of January of every year as the National bible Week and the last Sunday of January as the National bible Sunday and institutionalizing the propagation of bible readings where appropriate in the programs and activities of the city government and local line agencies, offices, schools and other groups and institutions.

The ordinance authored by Councilor Betty Lourdes F. Tabanda stated that the Baguio Charter Council was tasked as the lead office in the celebration of National bible Week and National Bible Sunday in the city.

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Passage of local heritage ordinance pushed

BAGUIO CITY May 26 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan urged the members of the city council to consider passing a local heritage ordinance in order to sustain the preservation and protection of heritage and historical sites in the different parts of the Summer Capital for the appreciation of the present and future generations of local residents.

The city mayor cited that the city government could not await for the prolonged action of the National Commission on Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) on matters relative to the preservation and protection of heritage and historical sites in the city, thus, the need for the local legislative body to act on the matter before it will be too late in the day.

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