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LTFRB told to withdraw tourist transport franchises

The Cordillera Regional Development Council (RDC-CAR) urged the Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory board (LTFRB) central office to recall the numerous franchises it issued to tourist transport services because the issued franchises are in direct competition with already existing franchises of public utility vehicles in the provinces and cities in the different parts of the region.

New truck ban in city suspended anew

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan ordered the suspension of the implementation of the new truck ban in the city for an additional ten days reckoning from April 10, 2017 to allow concerned truckers to submit their proposals on how to grant exemptions from the coverage of the truck ban ordinance.

Consultations with satellite market vendors set April 21

The City Council Committee on Market, Trade, Commerce and Agriculture will be meeting with concerned stakeholders of the different satellite markets in the city on Friday, April 21, 2017 to thresh out issues and concerns regarding the operation and come up with ‘win-win’ solutions regarding the situation of the vendors.

Consultations with satellite market vendors set April 21

The City Council Committee on Market, Trade, Commerce and Agriculture will be meeting with concerned stakeholders of the different satellite markets in the city on Friday, April 21, 2017 to thresh out issues and concerns regarding the operation and come up with ‘win-win’ solutions regarding the situation of the vendors.

Exemption to city’s new truck ban recognized

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan recognized the need for the local government to grant the necessary exemptions to the upcoming implementation of the new truck ban ordinance pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance 05, series of 2017.

Mayor to assist BCDA in approval of survey results

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan assured officials of the State-owned Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) and its subsidiary, the John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC), that he will personally provide the needed assistance to secure the approval of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) on the survey conducted to jumpstart the segregation of the 13 barangays from the 625-hectare Camp John Hay forest reservation.

Conduct of disability-related activities okayed

The City Council approved on third and final reading a proposed ordinance institutionalizing the conduct of disability-related activities and celebrations in the city and making it an annual activity of the local government in appropriating the required funds for the said endeavors.

Creation of the senior citizens multipurpose cooperative in city filed

The City Council approved on third and final reading a proposed ordinance institutionalizing the creation of the Baguio Senior Citizens Multipurpose Cooperative for the primary purpose of establishing a Baguio Senior citizens Cooperative Pharmacy and Convenience Store and providing the guidelines relative thereto.

Use of spaces reserved for senior citizens, PWDs to be penalized

The City Council approved on third reading a proposed 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 city.

Rules in the conduct of medical missions in the city proposed

The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance providing for the regulations in the conduct of medical missions and similar undertakings in the city.