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Centennial activities still on

BAGUIO CITY- Everything this year is stamped “centennial.”

Centennial Scouting month this October, Centennial Senior citizens, Centennial Chinese moon cake festival, Mr. Baguio Centennial, and Centennial Halloween at the end of this month. These are just a few of the centennial activities going on.

SOFAD 2009 on Oct. 12

BAGUIO C ITY - Scout city Mayor Pananalig Bautista of the University of Baguio Science High School (UBSHS) takes over the city government from mayor Reinaldo Bautista, Jr., on Oct. 12; with all other offices under the care of girl and boy scouts from the city’s public and private elementary and secondary schools. 

SCOFAD on Monday

BAGUIO CITY – Senior citizens shall take control of city hall this Monday, October 5, with Leopoldo Escano replacing Congressman Mauricio Domogan, Jose Olarte standing in for Mayor Reinaldo Bautista, Jr., and Milandre Rusgal taking charge of Vice-mayor Daniel Farinas’ office.

Oplan kaluluwa 2009 on

BAGUIO CITY- A month before the activity, Mayor Reinaldo Bautista, Jr. issued Administrative Order 144, series of 2009 creating the executive committee for Oplan Kaluluwa 2009.

EO out for ad signs, signboards and billboards

BAGUIO CITY – With the general public’s safety in mind, Mayor Reinaldo Bautista, Jr. last week issued Executive Order 8; “Policies and Guidelines for permanent advertising signs, signboards, and billboards.”

Use of deceiving lights on market goods now penalized

BAGUIO CITY – The city government will penalize vendors using “deceiving lights” to make their commodities like meat, fish, vegetables and fruits look fresh.

Mayor says only legal stallholders entitled to market spaces

BAGUIO CITY – Only legitimate stallholders are entitled to spaces at the newly built structures at the city market.

Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. stressed this as he announced Thursday the completion of the new market structures that replaced the burnt area particularly the vegetable proper buildings 1 and 2, sari-sari and tobacco sections.

City ready to accept offers on Asin hydro privatization

BAGUIO CITY – The city government is now ready to accept offers for the privatization of the operation of the Asin minihydroelectric plants.

Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. Thursday said the city will soon issue notices to prospective companies who have the capability to operate and manage the facilities based on the terms of reference adopted for the purpose.

Pacquiao to boost Baguio tourism – Mayor

BAGUIO CITY – Boxing champ Manny Pacquiao’s training stint in the city will definitely boost Baguio’s tourism stature not only locally but internationally as well.

Builders of Baguio list out

BAGUIO CITY- After careful screening of the nominees, the final list of one hundred individuals, 84 families and a hundred institutions, as Builders of Baguio was released last Thursday by the Baguio Centennial Commission, as part of the Baguio charter day celebrations.

Kids pay tribute to Paraan in urban walk

On the fourth day of the watch for war hero and former city mayor Francisco Paraan, some 40 pupils moved down Session Rd., the city’s main street, to the Veterans Park along Harrison Rd. to know what the monument is all about.

They swept clean the monument and the surrounding grounds,  lined up for prayers and, one after the other, offered flowers at the base of the shrine, They then swept their palms on the marble wall of heroes.

Outstanding Baguio Elderly Citizens to be honored

A cast of 12 of the most outstanding Senior Citizens in the city will receive the prestigious “Gintong Tala Achievers Award” from the Baguio Elderly Assembly (BEA) and the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) in partnership with the city government administration.

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