BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan heads the committee to oversee all activities for Oplan Kaluluwa 2016, with the Baguio City Police Office, city hall executives, Punong Barangays and socio-civic leaders as members.
Oplan Kaluluwa is an annual activity to put into order and regulate all activities, for a peaceful and orderly conduct of All Souls (Nov. 1) and All Saints Day (Nov. 2), in all city public and private cemeteries.
City Administrator Carlos Canilao is designated action officer.
Members of the committee are; BCPO head PSSupt George Daskeo, Traffic Management Board head PSupt. Freddie Lasona , City Treasure in-charge of the Office Alex Cabarrubias, City Engineer Elpidio Garabiles, City Building Officer Nazita Banez, Health Service Officer Rowena Galpo, City Environment and Parks Mgmt. Officer Cordelia Lacsamana, Licensing Officer Janet Aguirre, Public Information Officer Aileen Refuerzo;
Punong Barangays of areas where public cemeteries, private memorial parks, with passageways are also members; Thomas Dumalti of Irisan, Florante Sapitula of Lower Lourdes Subd., Bonifacio Quicho III of Lourdes Proper Subd., Benjamin Macadangdang of Lourdes Subd. Ext., PB Carlos Ananayo of Lower Rock Quarry, Jessie Bandiola of City Camp Central, Aurora Abellera of City Camp Proper, George Saguid, Jr. of San Luis Village, Gerry Uy of San Roque Village, Gloria Corazon Dalisay of Quezon Hill Proper, Timothy Pudlao, Jr., of Kias, Alberto Reyes of Palma-Urbano, and Lilian Somera of Victoria Village.
Annual volunteers Boy and Girl Scouts of the Philippines represented by Ramon Jacinto and Shirley Fernandez, Anastacia Tamayo of the Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC), Neftali Marilla (BB-PICAG) and Dr. John Tinoyan of the Health Services Office (HSO) and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are also members, as with Army and Philippine Air Force reservists.
The Baguio City Fire Station personnel, medical responders, volunteer communication groups, private parking and comfort room facilities are also members.
A meeting was conducted at the city multi-purpose hall last Thursday where traffic staging, parking and re-routing was discussed, barangay traffic assistance was assured along with the installation of signages. Communication assistance, medical emergency and deployment were also discussed.
Cleaning of the city cemetery commences soon, it was known.
Another meeting is scheduled during the first week of October for other matters./Julie G. Fianza