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Kids Replace Stolen ‘thank you’ Notes on Mini-forest

Kids who thanked President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo for her promise to have the patch of pine beside the Baguio Convention Center (BCC) saved from urban sprawl have replaced their notes of gratitude which were set on tarpaulin and then stolen.

 

Spine Board Training Giving Spine to Barangay Disaster Brigades

A series of trainings within limited givens has provided a spine to the city’s rescue operations during calamities – right at the barangay level which, because of its proximity, can provide the immediate response needed in emergencies.

 

3,000 Avail of Power, Water Moratorium

BAGUIO CITY – Over 3,000 residents have availed of the moratorium on electric and water service connections being implemented in the city.

Mayor Nixes Legitimization of Irregular PUV Franchises

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. is opposed to the proposed legitimization of illegal and fraudulent public utility vehicle franchises which reportedly now abound in the city.

The mayor Thursday said he would instead bat for the retention of the moratorium on the issuance of new franchises and the phase out of Tamaraw FX taxi units.

Mines View Satellite Market Project Finally Pushes Through

BAGUIO CITY – The long shelved construction of a satellite market at Mines View Park will finally push through.

Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. Thursday announced the award of the contract for the putting up of a four-storey building at the tourist spot which was delisted as a park by the Dept. of Tourism (DOT) after vendors mushroomed and undermined the area.

Adcon Donation Turned Over to Red Cross

BAGUIO CITY – The Baguio and Benguet chapters of the Philippine National Red Cross were the beneficiaries of the donation from the Advertising Congress amounting to P1,390,000.00 received by the city government through Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr.

Count your Blessings, Market Occupants Told

BAGUIO CITY – Instead of griping, vendors who began occupying the newly built stalls at the sari-sari section of the city market last week should be grateful for the new business spaces the city afforded them.

Grassroot-level Info Drive on Automated Poll System Sought

BAGUIO CITY – The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) must conduct a massive information campaign and hands-on demonstration in all the city’s barangays on the automated election system for the May 2010 polls.

Inventory of Water Bodies in City Urged

BAGUIO CITY – An inventory of water bodies in the city is being sought to protect these waterways and ensure health and safety of residents here.

Committees Out for Centennial Christmas in Baguio

BAGUIO CITY- Centennnial celebrations go on until the end of December, with Bonifacio day, centennial Christmas in Baguio celebration, Baguio Film Festival, Rizal Day, and other local and national festivities; thus, the working centennial Christmas committees were asked this early to start their preparations.

Baguio SK, Wins Outstanding Award

BAGUIO CITY- Mayor Reinaldo Bautista, Jr. last week lauded the city’s Sangguniang Kabataan Federation headed by Gloria Ysabel Vergara de Vera for winning third place in the Outstanding Sangguniang Kabataan Awrds and Recognition (OSKAR).

Claravall Re-elected National YMCA President

Regional Trial Court executive judge Edilberto Claravall was unanimously  re-elected as national president of the Young Men’s Christian Association of the Philippines during polls last Sunday at the national federation office in Manila .

 

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