THE PANAGBENGA 2018 GRAND FLOAT PARADE

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BICYCLE DAY

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The oldest and youngest bikers who joined the 1st Bicycle Day celebration in the City last June 3 highlighted by a fun ride along Session Road were recognized during the program at the People's Park. - Aileen P. Refuerzo

 

Task Force extends inspections of establishments

BAGUIO CITY – The Smoke-Free Baguio Task Force are still conducting inspections of sari-sari stores and similar establishments near schools even after the lapse of its self-imposed June 2 deadline to ensure that these are complying with city ordinance no. 34, series of 2017, that prohibits the use, sale, distribution and advertisement of cigarettes and other tobacco products in certain places, imposing penalties and providing funds thereof.

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Law enforcers urged to intensify intelligence build-up

BAGUIO CITY June 07 – Police authorities ordered operating units region wide to intensify their intelligence build-up to thwart motives to ruin the peace and order situation in the Cordillera.

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Baguio ploggers get kudos for earth day contributions

BAGUIO CITY – Members of the Baguio Ploggers, a group of environmental advocates and fitness enthusiasts who practice plogging as a means of environmental stewardship, received kudos from the City Government via Resolution No. 149 series of 2018 citing their contributions to the environment during the Earth Day celebration last April 22.

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90-day truck rerouting scheme at bokawkan road up

BAGUIO CITY – The City Council asked the Baguio City Police Office-Traffic Management Unit to implement a 90-day traffic rerouting experiment for heavy trucks along Buhagan more popularly known as Bokawkan Road in an effort to prevent the occurrence of more accidents in the area.

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Barangay officials told to prioritize merger plan

BAGUIO CITY June 07 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan urged the new set of barangay officials in the city to prioritize the long overdue proposal for the merger of the city's 128 barangays to allow the smallest political subdivisions to conform with the minimum standards prescribed under the provisions of Republic Act (RA) 7160 or the Local Government Code of the Philippines.

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No hospital holiday for Baguio medical facilities

BAGUIO CITY June 05 – Administrators of public and private hospitals operating in the city assured local residents that the medical institutions will not in any way participate in a hospital holiday being vouched by the Private Hospitals Associating of the Philippines (PHAP) just to compel the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PHIC) to settle its over 9 billion unpaid claims to private hospitals all over the country.

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LTFRB officials to grace June 11 council meeting

BAGUIO CITY June 05 – Officials of the Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) central office vowed to attend the regular session of the local legislative body on Monday, June 11, 2018, to shed light on the approval of the prevailing taxi fare in the city described by commuters as excessive, exorbitant and confiscatory.

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Motion sensors in banks, establishments eyed

BAGUIO CITY June 05 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance requiring the installation of motion sensor alarms in addition to existing alarm systems in the vaults of all banks, pawnshops and similar establishments in the city and providing penalties for violations of the measure.

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P250 million needed to upgrade Baguio sewage treatment plant

BAGUIO CITY June 05 – The local government needs at least P250 million to totally rehabilitate and upgrade the over 30-year old Baguio Sewage Treatment Plant located at South Sanitary Camp to be able to accommodate the rapid increase in waste water being connected to the facility.

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Monitoring body recommends amendments to plastic ordinance

BAGUIO CITY – The oversight committee monitoring the implementation of Ordinance No. 36 series of 2017 or the "Plastic and Styrofoam-Free Baguio City Ordinance" recommended amending the measure to make it more implementable.

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Army reservists hold series of medical missions to mark 1st anniversary

BAGUIO CITY – The 14th Cordillera Regional Community Defense Group Army Reserve Command will conduct a series of medical and dental missions in Baguio City and La Trinidad, Benguet this month as part of its 1st Reactivation Anniversary celebration.

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Doh to strengthen dialysis service at bghmc

The steadily growing number of dialywis patients daily seeking treatment slots at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center recently got a boost from Department of Health officials who vowed to expand the facility into a 100 machine center.

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PhilHealth told to settle P100 million obligations to Cordillera hospitals

BAGUIO CITY June 05 – The City Council approved a resolution requesting the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PHIC) to fastrack the processing of the payment of its over P100 million unsettled obligations with different private and public hospitals in Baguio City and the Cordillera to ensure the delivery of quality health services to all the patients seeking medical attention from the said health facilities.

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Biz firms told to tighten security measures

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan ratified a city council ordinance requiring owners or operators of hotels, malls, supermarkets, amusement centers, tourist spots and other establishments or areas where the public converge to adopt tighter security measures through the installation of closed-circuit televisions, use of metal detectors, and the like.

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Building safety tackled in forum

BAGUIO CITY – Height does not matter.

This was the retort of councilor Mylen Yaranon to a query made in Tuesday's City Hall Hour media forum regarding the safety of buildings that are more than six storeys high should a strong earthquake occur similar to the killer tremblor that hit the Summer Capital in July 16, 1990.

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STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS 2017

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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