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Latest News and Events

MAGALONG TO ADDRESS URBAN DECAY

13 May 2022 – After receiving a fresh mandate as the city’s Chief Executive, Mayor Benjamin Magalong said that preventing  ‘urban decay’ from taking root in the Summer Capital continues to be one of the challenges that will be addressed by his administration.

In Wednesday’s media forum at City Hall, he said that based on a 2019 study of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), this problem could occur if the city government does not take steps in formulating viable solutions with the entire community’s support and cooperation.

MAGALONG LISTS PROJECTS LINED UP FOR 2022

13 May 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong named projects lined up for this year designed to rev up the city’s economic recovery and arrest social problems contributing to urban decay.

He said they have listed a total of 31 projects and 12 of which are considered as catalytic projects that have significant impact on the environment, economy, services, employment, social and health needs of the populace.

MAGALONG BULLISH ON CITY’S DEV’T PLANS

13 May 2022 – In receiving a fresh mandate as Baguio City chief executive, Mayor Benjamin Magalong is bullish about the city’s development projects designed to speed up the city’s economic recovery and address issues related to urban decay.

The mayor in his Ugnayang Panlungsod press briefing May 11 said there is not much change in his developmental goals in the next three years having made sure that the 16 core agenda set forth during his first term were strategic enough to be still relevant and responsive to the needs of the city.

WE WON'T FAIL YOU' - MAGALONG

13 May 2022 – Reelected Mayor Benjamin Magalong has vowed to fulfill his promise to deliver good and tinge-free governance in his second term as the city's chief executive.

"Hinding-hindi namin kayong bibiguin sa mga susunod na araw ng isang tamang pamamahala na walang bahid-dungis," the mayor said on May 10, the day of his official proclamation.

He said his core principle of "Good Governance Beyond Politics" will be carried out in partnership with the different sectors.

LUNA HOUSING CONSTRUCTION MOVING

May 3, 2022 - City Administrator Bonifacio Dela Peña gave an update on the ongoing Luna Terraces, the first socialized housing project of the city, following a site inspection last week.

"In a few weeks, we will start with the houses and buildings as it was bidded out already.  We are getting there," Dela Peña said.

Land development is still ongoing for the project located in Irisan barangay.

CITY HONORS ANOTHER CENTENARIAN

5 May 2022 – City officials recently honored Benita de Guzman Saldito as the latest centenarian of the city.

Under Resolution NO. 184, series of 2022, local legislators stated that Benita turned 100 last March 23, 2022 where at present, she already has 13 grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Further, her daughter and granddaughter take turns in taking care of her as she could hardly walk and would lie in her bed most of the time.

She could also hardly recognize her family members and would often times mix up her grandchildren’s names, and could hardly hear.

COMMITTEE ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE CREATED

5 May 2022 – City officials formally created the committee on indigenous peoples and indigenous cultural communities (IPs-ICCs) as one of the standing committees of the local legislative body and amending for the said purpose Section 5(a) of Resolution NO. 177, series of 2019.

Under Resolution No. 179, series of 2022, local legislators stated that the chairperson of the newly created committee shall be made automatically member of the Committees on Urban Planning, Lands and Housing and Education, Culture, Creativity and Historical Research.

BARANGAY NUTRITION SCHOLARS DESIGNATED AS HEALTH PROMOTION OFFICERS

5 May 2022 – City officials designated and included the barangay nutrition scholars in the city under the coverage of Resolution No. 102, series of 2022 as barangay level health education and promotion officers.

Under Resolution No. 178, series of 2022, local legislators admitted that the non-inclusion of the barangay nutrition scholars to the coverage of the aforesaid measure might result to confusion among barangay officials, health workers and the scholars themselves, thus, the need for the local government to correct the  same before it will be complicated in the future.

CITY ADOPTS HEALTH PROMOTION FRAMEWORK

5 May 2022 – City officials adopted the provisions and principles contained under Department of Health (DOH) Administrative Order No. 2021-0063 or the Health Promotion Framework Strategy (HPFS) 2030 into the citywide health system of the local government.

Under Resolution No. 177, series of 2022, local legislators stated that the local government shall work to progressively ensure dedicated local committees, offices, units and persons overseeing the implementation of health promotion policies, programs and activities in the city as prescribed by the HPSF 2030.

GROUNDBREAKING OF P30-M ATHLETES’ QUARTERS AT ATHLETIC BOWL HELD

6 May 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong, city administrator Bonifacio Dela Pena, City Buildings and Architecture (CBAO) head Archt. Johnny Degay and city sports office chief Gaudencio Gonzales led other officials and guests in the groundbreaking ceremonies for the construction of an Athletes’ Quarters and Isolation Facility at Athletic Bowl, Burnham Park, last Friday.

Arch. Cliff Ham of CBAO said construction of the P30-million multi-level structure will commence this month and will take around one year to complete by the winning contractor.