THE PANAGBENGA 2018 GRAND FLOAT PARADE

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Int'l PWD Day celebrated

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan reiterated his claim that the city government does not tolerate discrimination of any kind and that everybody should be treated equally no matter what their circumstances are in life.

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City cited for family planning program

BAGUIO CITY – The Summer Capital garnered the Purple Ribbon Award (first place) for its family planning program in the Provincial/ City category of the Department of Health's (DOH) Gawad Kalusugan 2018 Awards for the Cordillera Administrative Region with a cash prize of P75,000 and plaque of recognition.

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Land banking ordinance in city filed

BAGUIO CITY December 04 – The City Council approved on first reading the proposed land banking edict in the city purposely to maximize the utilization of its limited land area for the welfare of the people.

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Council willing to conduct special sessions for budget approval

BAGUIO CITY December 05 – Members of the local legislative body committed to conduct special sessions to pass the proposed annual budget of the local government once the adjusted income statement and expenditures will be submitted to them the soonest.

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Re-validation of 211 titles on a case to case basis

BAGUIO CITY December 06 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan explained that the re-opening of the validation of the court-issued 211 titles in the city should be in a case to case basis and not through a blanket authority because of its expected serious negative impact to the status of lands in the different parts of the city.

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2018 Christmas in Baguio activities

BAGUIO CITY –Month-long Christmas in Baguio activities continue after the successful launching at the people's park last Saturday evening.

A mardi gras children's parade in the morning and spectacular lantern parade in the evening went through the main thoroughfares; after which Congressman Mark Go and Mayor Mauricio Domogan gave their Christmas messages.

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"Revolution Smoke Free Work Place"

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World Health Organization (WHO) representative in the Philippines, Dr. Gundo Weiler who was the Guest Speaker during the launching of the "Revolution Smoke Free Work Place" at the PEZA area on Nov. 26, 2018, praises Baguio City for its Smoke Free Ordinance and it implementation. Bottom photos shows PEZA Dir. General Charito Planas and PEZA Baguio head, Atty Rene Joey Mipa shows their palm after having their palm mark in the commitment canvass, as Dr. Weiler sign on it. ***

 

Capacity Building Workshop for Government Information Officers

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Philippine Information Agency – Cordillera Regional Director Helen Tibaldo stressed that information officers play an important role in letting the public know the government programs and services and other information that can help them empower themselves and their respective communities in her message during the two-day Capacity Building Workshop for Government Information Officers from Line Agencies and Local Government Units in the Cordillera region by the Philippine Information Agency – CAR and the Association of Government Information Officers in Cordillera (ASGIOCO) in Baguio City last week. More than 100 permanent and designated information officers participated in the activity which aims to strengthen partnership in empowering communities thru the delivery of timely, relevant and accurate information to the public. RMC PIA-CAR

 

Christmastime is Baguio's tourist peak season

BAGUIO CITY – Christmastime not Panagbenga or even Holy Week break is currently Baguio City's peak tourist season, according to the tourist statistics report of the City Tourism and Special Events Office.

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Barangays told to make their halls accessible to PWDs, elders

BAGUIO CITY – The city's 128 barangays are required to make their respective barangay halls accessible to persons with disabilities (PWDs), senior citizens and pregnant women in compliance with Batas Pambansa Bilang 344 or "The Accessibility Law".

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Free dialysis edict in Baguio proposed

BAGUIO CITY December 04 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance granting free dialysis to chronic kidney patients in the city to help in easing the burden of the families and relatives of the said patients.

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Grace period to legitimize leasehold rights for market stalls okayed

BAGUIO CITY December 05 – The City Council approved a resolution that will grant a one-year period for qualified parties or individuals who were not able to meet the deadline set by the Baguio city Market Authority (BCMA) for the transfer of leasehold rights over stalls at the city public market.

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RDC, RPOC to tackle re-opening of Kennon Road

BAGUIO CITY December 07 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan announced that the Cordillera Regional Development Council (RDC-CAR) and the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC-CAR) will be tackling the snowballing clamor of motorists and residents living in the communities along the historic and scenic Kennon Road for the Cordillera office of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH-CAR) to re-open the 34-kilometer roadline to light vehicles to help ease the worsening traffic congestions along Marcos highway and other major roads leading to the city.

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Baguio child-friendly finalist for HUCs

BAGUIO CITY- The city has been adjudged as one of the country's Most Child Friendly in highly-urbanized city category, the award received by Youth representative Councilor Levy Lloyd Orcales at the Malacanang Palace last week.

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WHO praises Baguio for its anti-smoking commitment

BAGUIO CITY -- World Health Organization (WHO) representative to the Philippines Dr. Gundo Weiler praised the city government headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan on the passage of its Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance (Ord. 34, series of 2017) showing the city's commitment in eradicating a deadly vice that kills millions of people worldwide annually.

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Communicating Electrical Safety and Energy Efficiency and Conservation

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Benguet Electric Cooperative Safety and Training Officer Jayson Wayet calls on government information officers to help in energy conservation in their respective offices during the talk on Communicating Electrical Safety and Energy Efficiency and Conservation as part of the two-day Capacity Building Workshop for Government Information Officers from Line Agencies and Local Government Units in the Cordillera region by the Philippine Information Agency – CAR and the Association of Government Information Officers in Cordillera (ASGIOCO) in Baguio City last week. More than 100 permanent and designated information officers participated in the activity which aims to strengthen partnership in empowering communities thru the delivery of timely, relevant and accurate information to the public. RMC PIA-CAR

 
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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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