Traders reminded to comply with plastic ordinance as grace period ends sept. 1

BAGUIO CITY – Businessmen must now fully comply with the Plastic and Styrofoam-Free Baguio City Ordinance as the grace period given them to consume their stocks of sando bags ended on Sept. 1.

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Family month activities start Sept. 3

BAGUIO CITY- In celebration of family month, activities involving government offices, senior citizens, the academe, peace and order personnel, socio-civic and non-government organizations; were agreed on during the steering committee meeting at the City Social Welfare and Development Office last week.

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Outstanding SC nominations on

BAGUIO CITY –Nomination forms for this year's Outstanding Senior Citizen Achiever's Award (OSCAA) are available at the City Social Welfare and Development Office, Upper Session road.

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Sectors sign agreement for Batang Pinoy championships

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – Local officials and supporters of sports in Baguio and Benguet renewed their commitment to support the hosting of the city and provincial governments of the upcoming conduct of the prestigious Batang Pinoy national finals scheduled on September 15-21, 2018.

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City open to park takeover by DOT

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said that the local government is open to the possible takeover of the management, operation and administration of the 34-hectare Burnham Park complex by the tourism department but things must be first placed in their proper perspective before pursuing the plan.

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New DOTr-CAR official dared to address colorum problem

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan challenged the newly installed officer-in-charge of the Cordillera office of the Department of Transportation and Railways (DOTr-CAR) to curb the proliferation of colorum motor vehicles that continue to ply major routes inside and outside the city, among other issues confronting the local transport sector.

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Asin BAC members to appear before council September 17

BAGUIO CITY August 19 – The City Council approved a resolution inviting the members of the city's Special Bids and Awards Committee (SBAC) and other responsible officers in the bidding and implementation of the privatization of the city-owned Asin minihydro power plants to shed light on why the multi-billion project has not yet been implemented despite being awarded to the supposed winning bidder during the local legislative body's regular session on September 17, 2018.

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BGHMC braces for put up of kidney transplant center

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – The Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC) is now preparing for the put up of a kidney transplant center to cater to the needs of Cordillerans suffering from chronic kidney ailments.

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Mayor warns public in new investment scam

BAGUIO CITY August 24 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan warned the public from losing their hard earned money to an emerging investment scam which is 'too good to be true.'

The local chief executive claimed that the local government was able to receive reports regarding the emergence of an alleged investment company enticing people to place their hard earned money that will earn a monthly interest of 20 percent aside from having a chance to own a brand new car, saying that such offers made by various companies turned out to be fraudulent in the past.

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SCOFAD applications on

BAGUIO CITY – Applications for the Senior Citizen Official for a Day (SCOFAD) is on-going, with forms distributed and received at the City Social Welfare and Development Office, (CSWDO) Upper Session road.

The deadline for submission of accomplished forms and supporting documents is on September 14, 5PM at the same office.

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Appointment of permanent regional directors pressed

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – The Regional Development Council (RDC) in the Cordillera passed a resolution requesting the Secretaries of the different departments to appoint a permanent regional director for their established offices in the region to ensure the continuity and sustainability of the implementation of short, medium and long-term programs and projects beneficial to the welfare of the greater majority of the populace.

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Enhancement of Baguio tourism experience eyed

BAGUIO CITY August 29 – The newly-installed Supervising Tourism Operations Officer disclosed that appropriate review, assessment and evaluation will be done on the current programs, projects and activities of the local government related to tourism before any enhancements or innovations will be introduced to help improve the city's tourism industry.

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Increased fine for illegal parking supported

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan supports the immediate passage of pending proposals in the local legislative body to increase the fine of violators of illegal parking of motor vehicles and obstruction to smooth flow of traffic so that motor vehicle owners will be disciplined to park their cars in the designated parking areas.

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Law on extractive industries transparency initiative backed

BAGUIO CITY August 30 - Local officials, extractive industry representatives, government and civil society groups backed the snowballing clamor for the passage of a law institutionalizing the Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (PH-EITI) to ensure the mainstreaming, continuity, and sustainability of its valuable work and contribution to the country's sustainable development.

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Proposed multi-level parking structure to address city's woes

BAGUIO CITY August 30 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan emphasized that the proposed put up of multi-level parking structures in designated parking areas in portions of the 34-hectare Burnham Park complex is geared towards effectively and efficiently addressing the current problems of the local government on the lack of sufficient parking spaces around the central business district area.

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Hanyu City of Japan


Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan pose for posterity with Hanyu City of Japan officials led by Hanyu Mayor Komei Kawata during their call to the Mayor early morning last Monday August 20. Hanyu City is a sister city of Baguio since the 90's. Kawata who brought with them some students from their City to the city joined mayor Domogan for the regular Monday Flag Ceremony at the City Hall. *** Joel B. Belinan

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