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    • Pasadang Pambarangay goes to Fairview

      In the continuing commitment for the immediate delivery of service to the public especially among those who have less in life and living in poverty, the City Mayor’s Office thru its Special Services Division has once again implemented its Pasadang Pambarangay program this time in Fairview Barangay at their covered court. For almost twenty years…

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    • Just the facts please

      I had the occasion to open the online version of the Manila Times and in my scan its news and opinions I came to the column of Ma. Isabel Ongpin which was entitled ‘Baguio Up In Arms’. Now while the column piece itself may seem interesting enough, especially for Baguio residents such as myself, since…

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    • Beating the air

      While the Supreme Court may have gotten its wish to look into the records of the drug war campaign being waged by the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte it may have also begun a quixotic attempt to pry into matters already considered as a foregone conclusion particularly when it comes to promises made by the…

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    • The right of political will

      The internet has in one way defined Political will as “the exercise of an abstract feature of political authority to enforce certain act for the benefit of its intention, usually for the public is an unconditional use of political power.”

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    • Specific guidelines for assistance in AICS program sough

      City Vice Mayor Edison Bilog is requesting the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) through the Honorable City Mayor and in coordination with the Department of Social Welfare and Development-Cordillera Administrative Region for the immediate formulation of a well-defined and specific guidelines in the grant of financial assistance to individuals in crisis situation (AICS)…

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    • Retirement homes for senior citizens proposed

      The establishment of a Senior Citizen’s Retirement Home in the City of Baguio will go a long way in realizing the mandate of Republic Act 9994 otherwise known as the “Expanded Senior Citizen’s Act of 2010, more particularly in sub-section (e) of Section 5 thereof which provides that, “The National Government shall include in its…

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    • Wearing of IDs in food and night establishments proposed

      In keeping with sound office management and business practice City Councilor Joel Alangsab has come out with a proposal to require all employees in restaurants, nightclubs, bars and similar entertainment establishments to wear their working permit identification card during working hours, prescribing penalties for violation thereof, and for other purposes.

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    • Strict prohibition in the commercial use of parking lots/areas

      Concerned with the continuing problem of vehicular traffic in the city particularly along the Central Business District area and the challenge of addressing the issue City Councilor Elaine Sembrano has filed a proposed Ordinance seeking to prohibit the grant of any exemption and the outright denial of applications for exception,variance or non-conforming use of commercial…

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    • Creation of anti-obscenity council mulled

      Expressing the need to uphold morality and protect the youth from moral corruption and values degradation City Councilor Leandro Yangot Jr. has filed a proposed legislative measure that would regulate the proliferation of sexually offensive, expletive or obscene materials in the City of Baguio through the establishment of a Baguio City Anti-Obscenity Council.”

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