Bless the Children with Flowers

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The 2016 Panagbenga Grand opening Parade last February 1, 2016-The 21st year of the flower fest with a theme "Bless the Children with Flowers.

 

Traffic Advisory for Panagbenga 2016 highlight weekend

BAGUIO CITY – Additional signages, one-way and two-way road schemes, and road contingencies are expected during the 2016 Baguio Flower Festival weekend on Feb. 27 and 28.

The 21st version of Panagbenga started Feb. 1, with traditional and community-led activities that end on March 6. Some activities are on main roads, thus the need for traffic contingencies, it was learned from Baguio City Police Office Traffic Management Bureau (BCPO-TMB) head Leon Talleo.

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Aerial view

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An aerial view of the newly rehabilitated athletic oval with its new rubberized (tartan matted) track oval.

 

Panagbenga's Baguio Blooms

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Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan led the other city officials and Baguio Flower Festival Foundations Incorporated (BBFI) officials in cutting the ribbon to formally open the Panagbenga's Baguio Blooms at the Burnham Lake Drive last February 1.

 

Segregation of occupied areas at buyog in the works but protection of remaining portion paramount

BAGUIO CITY – The segregation for housing purposes of the built-up areas at the Buyog watershed from the coverage of Proclamation No. 93 which declares Buyog as a forest reservation will be pursued but the city government will ensure the protection of the remaining unoccupied portion of the reservation.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan stressed this as he directed last Feb. 1 city legal officer Melchor Carlos Rabanes to draft a memorandum of agreement stipulating conditions to ensure the preservation of the remaining unoccupied portion of the watershed should the planned segregation materialize.

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Baguio wins national award in social service

BAGUIO CITY – Baguio City clinched the "Pagkilala sa Natatanging Kontribusyon sa Bayan" (PaNata Ko sa Bayan) Gawad Listahanan award, a national honor conferred by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to outstanding local government units.

City social welfare and development officer Betty Fangasan and Ryan Mangusan, representative of Mayor Mauricio Domogan received the award consisting of a plaque and a P50,000 cash from DSWD Dinky Soliman during DSWD's 65th founding anniversary program last Jan. 28.

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Opening Ritual of the Panagbenga 2016

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The early morning Opening Ritual of the Panagbenga 2016 at the Panagbenga Park last February 1 with the various ecumenical churches represented including the Muslims and the Indigenous people.

 

Panagbenga 2016 opens with bang

BAGUIO CITY – Eight elementary school drum and lyre group and performers join the grand streetdancing parade on Feb. 27, with the high school and open category; the winners also to join the float parade next day, Feb. 28.

Mabini, Baguio Central, Dona Aurora, Josefa Carino, Jose P. Laurel, Lucban,

Quezon, and Pinget Elementary Schools qualified, as clad in flower and Cordillera-inspired costumes, showed off with energetic performance from Panagbenga up to Athletic Bowl, Burnham Park last Monday.

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Hapiyo Mi

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Dancers from the University of the Cordilleras; "Hapiyo Mi" perform a cultural dance during the opening ritual of the Panagbenga 2016 at the Panagbenga park last February 11.

 

REBUILDING SUPORT FROM "GENTLE HAND"

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Rev. Donald Soriano (on wheelchair, receives from elementary school classmate Ramon Dacawi a cash support of P20,000 to be used in rebuilding the Bethesda Children's Home which was recently burned in Tuding, Itogon, Benguet. The amount came from Japan Karate Association blackbelt and former world Shotokan champion Julian Chees who heads Shoshin Kinderhilte Foundation based in Germany. With them are Soriano's son and boyhood friend Albert Saclangan - Photo by Rosa Moresto

 

FOR A SAFE BAGUIO

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Baguio city fire marshal Joe Fernand Bangyod leads the call for the total firecracker ban in the city in line with the BFP's Safe Baguio Project which aims to promote a safe city year-round by making the city firecracker injury-free and by enhancing the safety capabilities of the barangays through the construction of fire stations in each of the city's 20 districts and through the provision of an ambulance per barangay to provide mobility during emergency situations. - Aileen Refuerzo photo

 
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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
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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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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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