Employers told to register domestic workers

BAGUIO CITY May 02 – The city's Public Employment Services Office (PESO) is calling on all residents to register their domestic workers with the said office to ensure the proper monitoring of their compliance to the provisions of the Kasambahay law.

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Monitoring of ordinances, resolutions pushed

BAGUIO CITY may 02 – The chairman of the City Council Committee on Laws, Justice and Human rights is proposing for the creation of an oversight committee that will monitor and evaluate the implementation of approved city ordinances and resolutions.

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Measles cases in region up by 1,481 percent

BAGUIO CITY May 02 – The Cordillera office of the Department of Health (DOH-CAR) reported over 1,481 percent increase in measles cases in the different parts of the region for the first four months of this year after recording some 680 cases during the period compared to the only 43 measles cases registered during the same period last year.

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Typhoid fever cases in region up by 113 percent

BAGUIO CITY May 02 – The Cordillera office of the Department of Health (DOH-CAR) reported a 113 percent increase in the number of typhoid and paratyphoid fever cases in the region for the first four months of this year after the agency was able to document some 939 cases compared to the 441 reported cases during the same period last year.

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Private engineers, architects told to be transparent

BAGUIO CITY May 01 – The City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO) urged private engineers and architects assisting building owners in their applications for the issuance of building permits for their structures in the city to be transparent in their transactions to avoid their office from being dragged into controversies that taint a bad image on the office as a whole.

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City commends top 10 real property, business taxpayers

BAGUIO CITY April 23 – The local government recognized the significant contributions of the top ten real property and business taxpayers in the city last year that significantly contributed in improving the financial condition of the city paving the way for the sustained implementation of major development projects and improve the delivery of basic services to the people.

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Certificate of recognition

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City officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan present the certificate of recognition to P/LtCol Johnson Abellera, PCMSgt Jennifer Sabiniano, P/MSgt Anthony Duday and P/MSgt Johndido Dayagan Jr for the apprehension with a warrant of arrest issued by court to former City Treasury Disbursing Officer II Evelyn Moya Gomez who allegedly malversed more or less than P2 million cash at the Treasury Office 17 years ago. – By Bong Cayabyab



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The first batch consisting of 274 Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES) pose for posterity with city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan during the start of their month-long summer job. A total of 400 indigent students will undergo a summer job and will receive a salary 60 percent of which eill comr from the city government and 40 percent from the Department of Labor and Employment for their school needs this coming school year. – By Bong Cayabyab


DPWH okays list of projects submitted for funding

BAGUIO CITY April 26 – The public works department considered part of the list of projects submitted for funding in the 2018 infrastructure program of the agency pursuant to existing laws, rules and regulations for the purpose of coordination.

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Data on number of buildings in city out by December

BAGUIO CITY May 02 – The City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO) announced that it has an ongoing program to ascertain the actual number of buildings in the city which will be readily available by the end of this year.

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Cordillera dengue cases rise by 76 percent

BAGUIO CITY May 02 – Health authorities reported a 76 percent increase in dengue fever cases in the region for the first sixteen weeks of this year after it was able to register some 1,681 cases from January 1 to April 20, 2019 compared to the 957 cases recorded by the agency during the same period last year,

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Brigada Eskwela in city set May 20-25

BAGUIO CITY April 30 – The education department announced that the annual Brigada Eskwela in the public schools all over the city will be on May 20-25, 2019 to ensure the readiness of the school facilities at the start of classes on June 3, 2019.

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World War II survivor Alberto Bugtong 94, one among the soldiers under the United States Armed Forces in the Philippines, Northern Luzon ( USAFIP-NL) who valiantly liberated Baguio City from the Japanese Imperial Army, exchanges pleasantries with City Mayor Mauricio Domogan as he shows his photo and his remaining 17 living comrades during the Liberation of Baguio Photo Exhibit at Baguio City hall lobby last April. – By Bong Cayabyab



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Mayor Mauricio Domogan congratulates the men and women in uniform under the Baguio City Police Office headed by OIC-city police director P/Col Allen Rae Co for a job well done in maintaining peace and order during the Lenten Season and SUMVAC in Baguio 2019 activities during City hall flag raising ceremonies. – By Bong Cayabyab


Barangays getting more active in smoke-free campaign despite problems encountered

BAGUIO CITY – Barangays are getting more active in the implementation of Ordinance No. 34-2017 or the Smoke-Free Baguio City Ordinance despite encountering obstacles in the enforcement.

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Anti smoking advocacy

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Tobacco control and health advocates called on voters to select candidates which old push for stricter tobacco control legislation and laws with the upcoming May 2019 election during the iChange: Vote for a smoke-free Philippines – Cordillera Leg in Baguio City last week. RMC PIA-CAR

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