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This political party is blatantly violating COMELEC rules on campaign posters. Worse, they blatantly placed their oversized tarp at this common poster area. Talaga naman, once in power, wala na talagang pakialam sa simple rules! COMELEC, please do your job!


Ombudsman indicts Aliping for cutting over 700 pine trees

The Ombudsman ordered the filing of charges against Baguio Representative Nicasio Aliping, Jr. and three public works contractors for alleged earthmoving activities that caused the killing of over700 pine trees worth P10.3 million in Tuba, Benguet in April 2014. In a resolution recently signed by Ombudsman ConchitaCarpio-Morales, Aliping and contractors William Go, Bernard Capuyan and […]


Mayor bullish on taxpayers’ sustained cooperation

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan expressed optimism that the sustained cooperation shown by taxpayers will enable the city to attain if not surpass anew its revenue target for this year. “We thank our residents and businessmen for their positive response to our call for the prompt payment of their taxes to enable the city […]


Social welfare and development programs continue during election period

BAGUIO CITY – – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) here ensures its clients and beneficiaries that the implementation of programs and services under the Department will continue even during the election period. “We will continue to implement our programs and services as we have been cleared by the COMELEC to continue in […]


Free smoke emission testing on World Earth Day, April 22

BAGUIO CITY – The city joins World Earth Day celebration on April 22, Friday, with pre and post-activities focused on mitigating climate change and global warming. Included in the activities is a free smoke-emission testing conducted by the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO), Friday, from 8:30AM to 4PM at Harrison road. Regularly done […]


Sandiganbayan convicts ex-Bakun mayor for malversation

Sentenced to imprisonment of 10-15 years The Sandiganbayan has convicted former Bakun mayor Bartolome Sacla, Sr. and municipal treasurer Manuel Bagayao of Malversation for issuing a P5million check in 2002 without any supporting documents. Sacla Sr. and Bagayao were sentenced to imprisonment ranging from 10 years and one day to 18 years, eight months and […]


P40 million earmarked for Baguio Convention Center repair

BAGUIO CITY– The city government was never remised in its obligation to properly maintain the city-owned Baguio Convention Center since it was able to acquire ownership of the over 30-year old structure as its continues to make available funds for the continuous repair of the facility for the use of local event organizers and numerous […]

Know your Public Servant

Faustino Olowan

Poverty is not an Excuse; it’s a Road to Success Being a Public Servant is an ordinary thing. You go and listen to the public. Good governance is what public service is all about. Action will come from your constituents- the people, and you decide on it. He is re-electionist Baguio City Councilor and Atty. […]


City vies for Seal of Good Local Governance

BAGUIO CITY – The city government will vie for a Seal of Good Local Governance to prove its good governance practices and services. A program of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), the SGLG is a scaled up Seal of Good Housekeeping (SGH) incentive which aimed to promote transparency and accountability in the […]


Number coding still relevant – Mayor

BAGUIO CITY – The vehicle number coding scheme in the city has remained relevant as a traffic control measure in the city, Mayor Mauricio Domogan said last week. The mayor said this was based on assessment and observation of the traffic division of the Baguio City Police Office. “Studies by our traffic policemen showed that […]