NEA asked to stop collection of power arrears in Tabuk

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – The special investigation committee of the provincial government formed to probe complaints against the Kalinga-Apayao Electric Cooperative (KAELCO) over its attempt to collect alleged accumulated arrears has requested the National Electrification Administration (NEA) to order the utility to immediately stop collecting the alleged unpaid bills. Calling the claims of KAELCO for arrears “unfounded,” the body which […]

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Multi-level parking sites in the city pushed

BAGUIO CITY April 04 – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance establishing more parking facilities, including multi-level parking structures, in various strategic sites in the city. The ordinance authored by Councilor Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. identified the site of the former Baguio Orchidarium beside the Baguio Athletic Bowl; Ganza parking area; front of Botanical Garden; Mines […]

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Red carpet awaits lucky summer visitors

BAGUIO CITY – Once again, the Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club (BCBC) will roll out the red carpet for this year’s Lucky Summer Visitors who will be chosen from among the thousands of vacationers on Maundy Thursday under the long-running annual tourist tribute project of the media group. BCBC incoming president Jane Cadalig said preparations are in high gear for […]

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BCDA, JHMC to prioritize segregation of 13 barangays

BAGUIO CITY April 04 – The State-owned Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) and its subsidiary, the John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC), said the government still prioritizes the segregation of the 13 remaining barangays within the 625-hectare Camp John Hay (CJH) watershed reservation after the present leadership shall have given the go-signal for the agreed mode of segregation have been […]

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Taxpayer winners named, awarded

BAGUIO CITY – Taxpayers in the city of Baguio who paid their real property and business taxes early at the city treasurers’ office this year were given the chance to win prizes, Friday, April 7. In recognition of the city government here of taxpayers who paid their taxes early, ten washing machines (6.5 kgs.), nine 32 inches television sets and […]

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Half rice ordinance in Baguio approved

BAGUIO CITY– The city council finally approved the half rice ordinance of the City of Baguio introduced by vice mayor Edison Bilog. All business establishments in Baguio offering food to the public such as food chains, restaurants, hotels, inns, canteens, eateries, and the like are now required to offer half cup of rice as option in their menu with corresponding […]

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Courts to dispose old records

BAGUIO CITY – The Municipal Trial Courts in Cities (MTCC) here is asking litigants and lawyers who have cases long disposed for at least five years or more, to retrieve documents they may have submitted in evidence to prevent these from being included in the records that will undergo disposal process. MTCC Executive Judge Glenda Ortiz-Soriano made this appeal during […]

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Domogan gets Gawad Parangal 2017

BAGUIO CITY– Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan will once again be awarded in this year’s prestigious Gawad Parangal award by the Association of Local Social Welfare Development Officers of the Philippines, Incorporated (ALSWDOPI) for an outstanding service in promoting and upholding social services in the city. After a thorough screening and validation by the ALSWDOPI, Domogan’s continued support to all […]

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