THE PANAGBENGA 2018 GRAND FLOAT PARADE

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BCBC tree planning

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Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club President Jordan Tablac and Mrs. Eco Philippines Shiela Deforest assists the 2019 Lucky Summer Visitors during the tree planting ceremony at the BCBC Media Camp last week. This year's BCBC LSV were couple Joan Mae Toca and Jeremy Lozada with their five year-old son Justine Gabriel Lozada, and Iran Mae Santiago with boyfriend Cecil Piquete. The five first-time visitors of Baguio City experienced a memorable Holy Week vacation in the city enjoying red carpet treatment care of the local media and its partners from the various sectors. RMC PIA-CAR

 

Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan welcomed the 383 new police officers

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Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan welcomed the 383 new police officers composed of 250 patrolman or rookie cops and the 133 Newly Assigned Police Commissioned Officers (NAPCO) who will be having three months of field training in Baguio City during the flag ceremony on Monday at the Baguio City Hall grounds. The new police officers was presented by Baguio City Police Office Acting City Director PCol. Allen Co. RMC PIA-CAR

 

Mayor reminded the newly assigned police officers

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan reminded the newly assigned police officers in the city not to engage in any illegal activity during their presentation at the Baguio City Hall last week. the city welcomed the 383 new police officers composed of 250 patrolman or rookie cops and the 133 Newly Assigned Police Commissioned Officers (NAPCO) who will be having three months of field training in Baguio City during the flag ceremony on Monday at the Baguio City Hall grounds. 

 

P690 million taxes collected in 1st quarter

BAGUIO CITY April 23 – The City Treasury Officer (CTO) collected more than P690.1 million in taxes from various types of taxpayers in the city during the first quarter of this year.

Assistant City Treasurer Ponciano de Jesus reported that the collected taxes is 37.58 percent of the local government' target collection of P1.836 billion for the whole year.

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TEN OUTSTANDING PUNONG BARANGAYS AND HALL OF FAMERS

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan and members of the Rotary Club of Metro Baguio (RCMB) headed by president Elma-As-il (center) pose for posterity with the Ten Outstanding Punong Barangays and Hall of Fame Awardees during the 26th RCMB's Awarding Ceremonies held at Hotel Supreme last April 23. The Hall of Famers are Punong Barangay Federico Codley of Atok Trail, PB Murphy Maspil of Holy Ghost Proper and PB Andres Remorque of Upper Quirino-Magsaysay barangays while the Ten Outstandingm Punong Barangays are ( in proper order from left to right ) are Punong Barangays Debbie Banagui of Magsaysay Private Road, PB Manfred Binibli of South Sanitary Camp, Dan Daniel of Bakakeng Central, James Doligas of Brookeside, Gil Lomboy of Country Club Village, Edward Lumasang of Cabinet Hill-Teacher's Camp, Nicanor Nialia of San Antonio Village, William Regacho of Trancoville, George Saguid of San Antonio Village and Magdalene Elsie Tindoc of Manuel Roxas barangays. – By Bong Cayabyab

 

I SWEAR

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan swears into office Sharrah May Buting of Middle Quezon Hill and Jef Mitzel Paran of Trancoville barangays as Sangguniang Kabataan chairman respectively while SK Federation president and Councilor Levy Lloyd Orcales looks on during simple rites at the mayor's Office. – By Bong Cayabyab

 

Domogan forms transition team to prepare for leadership turn-over

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan formed a local governance transition team to prepare for the turn-over of leadership after the May 13, 2019 elections.

In Administrative Order No. 49, the mayor named himself as chair of the team with City Administrator Carlos Canilao as vice chair, 15 department heads, two division chiefs, Dept. of Interior and Local Government Baguio City Director Evelyn Trinidad and an officer of the Baguio Association of Retired Persons (BARP) to represent the civil society or people's organization as members.

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Kasambahays get wage increase starting Labor Day

Domestic workers or kasambahays will be having a wage increase ranging from P500 to P1,000 following the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board's Wage Order No. CAR-DW-03 passed recently.

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10 outstanding punong barangays in city recognized

BAGUIO CITY April 25 – The Rotary Club of Metro Baguio recognized the top ten outstanding punong barangays in the city aside from the Hall of Fame awardees during the fitting ceremonies organized for the said purpose.

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4 lucky visitors grateful for red carpet treatment

BAGUIO CITY April 23 – The four lucky summer visitors expressed their sincerest gratitude to the Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club (BCBC), the Baguio City government and sponsors of the 2019 Search for the Lucky Summer Visitor for having experienced a 4-day red carpet treatment during their stay in the city from Holy Thursday up to Easter Sunday.

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Consumer Protection

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DTI - CAR's Consumer Protection Division with official from personnel from the Bureau of Product Standards and Consumer Protection Advocacy Bureau brainstorms on how to better protect the consumers through its regular monitoring standards enforcement activities. Art Tibaldo

 

Harmonizing Programs

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DTI-CAR Dir. Myrna Pablo (face not shown), TESDA-CAR Dir Manuel Wong, DTI-ARD Grace Baluyan, and CDA-CAR Dir. Franco Bawang with DTI technical staff meets to harmonize their 2019 joint skills development and entrepreneurship programs and the joint efforts for the Trabaho, Negosyo at Kabuhayan (TNK) and Negosyo Serbisyo sa Barangay (NSB) Caravan in the 4th-6th class municipalities in CAR. Art Tibaldo


 

Survey shows decrease in tobacco use prevalence among adults in city

BAGUIO CITY – A recent Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) in the city showed a significant decrease in the prevalence of current tobacco use among adult residents.

City Health Services Office Medical Officer IV Dr. Nelson Hora bared in his talk during the Baguio City Smoke-Free Medium-Term Planning last April 22-24 that from the prevalence rate of 37.5 percent in 2014 and 34 percent in 2016, the figure dropped to 17 percent in 2019.

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MRS ECO PHILIPPINES CALL

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan congratulates Mrs. ECO Philippines 2019 Shiela DeForest from Pagsanjan Laguna who is now based in Colorado.,USA during a brief courtesy call at the Mayor's Office last April 22. Mayor Domogan thanked Mrs. DeForest for choosing Baguio and Benguet for her visit which focuses on environmental awareness on the Mrs. ECO International Pageant on June 24- 29 in Las Vegas, Nevada. – By Bong Cayabyab

 

Over 15k job vacancies on Labor Day job's fair

The Cordillera Department of Labor and Employment in partnership with the public Employment and Services Office (PESO) of Baguio City will be holding this year's Labor Day job's fair with over 15,000 vacancies at the gymnasium of the Baguio City National High School on May 1.

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City vies for nat'l nutrition award

BAGUIO CITY-The city through the Baguio City Nutrition Council (BCNC) under the Health Services Office (HSO) remains hopeful for a national nutrition title after a three-year green banner and several consistent regional outstanding winner in nutrition (CROWN) maintenance awards.

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