PWD, Senior Citizen impersonators to be penalized

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan has approved a city council ordinance penalizing any person impersonating or falsely representing oneself by using or facilitating the use of reserved spaces intended for persons with disabilities (PWDs) and senior citizens in all public and private establishments in the Summer Capital. Ordinance Number 23 series of 2017, authored […]


City needs to improve coverage, implementation of car wash measure

BAGUIO CITY – The city government needs to improve the coverage and implementation of Ordinance No. 7 series of 2009 which requires car wash establishments to have a drainage system. In a legislative tracking done by the city council research division team under local legislative staff officer V Dan Ricky Ong, several suggestions were made […]


Council passes anti-colorum ordinance

BAGUIO CITY – The city council has approved on final reading an ordinance prohibiting colorum vehicles from plying the city’s roads and giving local policemen the power to apprehend them. Ordinance No. 55 series of 2017 or the Anti-Colorum Ordinance of the City of Baguio also provides a reward system for persons who can give […]


35 percent of Baguio women are smokers

BAGUIO CITY – The City Health Services office is alarmed over the increasing number of women who are involved in smoking based on a study conducted to ascertain the level of smoking among residents in the city. Dra. Donabel Tubera, CHSO Medical Officer IV, said based on the study, 34 percent of every 100 individuals […]


Screening of technology providers for Antamok project set June 23

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan announced that the technical committee for the Antamok waste-to-energy project will be shortlisting the proponents for the project to be able to identify the feasible technology that will be put in place in the proposed integrated solid waste disposal facility in the former open pit site. The local […]


Public urged to be vigilant on influx of Muslims

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan urged residents and visitors to be vigilant on the reported influx of Muslims to the different barangays in the city as an offshoot of the month-long Marawi siege to make sure that relatives of the members of the Maoti terrorist group will not come to the city and […]


Environmental summit

BAGUIO CITY – With the theme, “Sustaining shared responsibility in solid waste management through convergence,” regional and local executives, environment officers and concerned individuals came together during the three-day summit last week, here in the city. Mayor Mauricio Domogan who welcomed the delegates focused on individual and community efforts in preserving the environment, through regular […]


Request to defer BIBAK demolition junked

BAGUIO CITY – The inter-agency committee on the Benguet-Ifugao-Bontoc-Apayao-Kalinga (BIBAK) property along Harrison road denied the request of the informal settlers to defer the scheduled demolition of their illegal structures in the 5,000-square meter lot after June 30, 2017. In a meeting Thursday, the committee chaired by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan and composed of representatives […]

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The grim and distraught faces of Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Baguio Water District manager Salvador Royeca Alexander Quiroz of the DENR-CAR and Baguio Regreening Movement chairman and former city councilor Erdolfo Balajadia can not be hidden as City Buildings and Architectural officer Eng. Nazita Bañez shows of more encroachment of illegal structures at Busol Watershed hindering […]


Independence Day reminds us to value our freedom, Mayor says

BAGUIO CITY – “What have we been giving and what are we willing to contribute and sacrifice to be deserving of the independence our forefathers proclaimed 119 years ago?” This was the challenge laid down by Mayor Mauricio Domogan in his message during the city’s 119th Philippine Independence Day Celebration last week at the Baguio […]