| Posts created by Melanie P. Anga-angan

  • Baguio solid waste mgmt plan’s delay, whose fault?

    BAGUIO CITY – Despite being approved by the National Solid Waste Management Commission (NSWMC) on October 2015, the city’s solid waste management plan has been stuck in the Sangguniang Panlungsod’s desk. In a resolution approved by the city council on June 27, 2016, the implementation of the 10-year (2015-2024) Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP) of…

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  • Tagakolekta ng basura, pinigilang mag-LOA sa Semana Santa

    Sa inaasahang pagdagsa ng mga bisita ngayong Semana Santa at summer vacation ay inaasahan din ang biglang pagdami ng basura kaya pinigilan muna ng pamahalaang lokal na mag-leave o lumiban ang mga taong nakatoka sa pag-aayos at pangongolekta ng basura sa lungsod. Ayon kay city general services officer Romeo Concio, hinimok niya ang kanilang mga…

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  • Philam brings financial literacy closer to Filipinos

    A lot of people are dreaming of owning house and lot, putting up own business, providing better education to their children, or retiring early to enjoy the fruits of their long years of work. But in most cases, these dreams remain unfulfilled because majority of people, despite the grueling effort to earn money, fail to…

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  • Headlines

    La Trinidad gradually gains local attention thru Strawberry Festival

    The town of La Trinidad in Benguet flourishes anew as its strawberry produce, once renowned worldwide because of the successful creation of the largest strawberry shortcake, recognized in the Guinness World Record in 2004, is now getting more appreciation in the domestic community. Despite being the largest producer of strawberries, La Trinidad’s name is dim-lighted…

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  • Improved health behavior reaps better financial stability

    Better economic status starts with good health behavior. A healthy person is more productive and basically has wider financial opportunity than a sickly one, thus, a better chance to increase income and ensure financial stability. With good health, hard-earned money can be saved or invested instead of being spent for hospitalization and other medical care…

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  • Mga pulis ng PROCor, hindi sinipot ang konseho

    Hindi sinipot ng mga inimbitang pulis ng Cordillera regional office ang session ng konseho ng lungsod noong Enero 30, 2017. Sa kani-kaniya nilang sulat sa konseho ay ipinahayag nina Cordillera Regional Director PCSupt. Elmo Francis O. Sarona, Deputy Regional Director for Operations PSSupt. Angelito A. Casimiro, Deputy Regional Director for Administration PSSupt. Gregorio N. Lim,…

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  • Kaltimex, alanganin sa proyekto sa Asin hydro

    Nagpahayag ng alinlangan ang Kaltimex Energy Philippines Inc. sa pagpapatuloy ng kontrata sa pagitan ng kompanya at ng pamahalaang lungsod sa pagsasapribado ng operasyon ng Asin mini hydropower plants. Sa kanyang pagharap sa konseho noong Enero 30, 2017, sinabi ni Kaltimex Energy chief executive officer Oscar A. Toralba na nakahanda pa rin ang kompanya na…

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  • Avila pushes for free parking of patrons

    All commercial establishments in the city are being required to provide free parking to patrons and customers during business hours. The Free Parking Ordinance, proposed by Urban Planning, Lands and Housing committee chairman Councilor Edgar M. Avila, states that failure to comply will mean cancellation of the establishment’s business permit and P5,000 penalty, and/or six…

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  • The simulation of indigenous culture in Panagbenga festival

    As the Baguio Flower Festival gains worldwide fame and draws more crowds every year, concerns arise regarding the commercialization of indigenous culture, that the solemn and sacred traditions of the indigenous people in the city are being served as an entertainment to tourists. More tourists mean more income for the city and to attract these…

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