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  • Tighter border control in the war against drugs

    If the present administration of President Rodrigo Duterte wants to further increase pressure and choke off the entry points of illegal drugs in the country then it must enforce a more stringent measure of patrolling, monitoring and controlling the porous borders of the archipelago. At the moment the failure of government authorities to intensively observe…

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  • Whose birthday is it?

    2017 was a defining moment in my life and in the lives of my family. It was in this year that I lost both my father (Engr. Briccio Manuel Domondon Sr. 3/21/2017) and my father-in-law (Cecilio F. Pineda Sr. 12/18/) to sickness. My wife and I both lost love ones that we hold very dear…

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  • Busking regulation recommended in the city

    With the declaration by UNESCO of Baguio City as one of the 16 creative cities in the world and the only creative city in the country City Councilor Leandro Yangot Jr. has authored a proposed ordinance seeking to regulate busking in the city. Busking as defined is an art form that is practised by professional…

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  • Extending Martial Law

    Congress has allowed, through an overwhelming majority vote, to extend martial law in Mindanao for a period of one year or from the end of 2017 until the end of 2018. Even with the vehement opposition of some sectors there is no stopping President Duterte from continuing with his plan to ultimately destroy perceived terrorists…

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  • Doing the impossible again

    It would seem that President Duterte is unsatisfied with the way the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) has been leading and managing his war on drugs and has once again designated the Philippine National Police (PNP) to actively participate in the on-going anti-illegal drugs campaign. If the public and the rest of the world see…

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  • Alderman bats for revival of six o’clock prayer habit

    A proposed legislative measure has been filed with the City Council seeking to revive and institutionalize the time honoured tradition of six o’clock evening prayer for all faiths and religions in the City of Baguio. Dubbed as the “Prayer Ordinance” the proposed ordinance is authored by city councilor Edgar Avila who explained in his proposal…

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  • Proposals for the benefit of PWDs and nighspot operators, filed

    City Vice Mayor Edison Bilog and City Councilor Leandro Yangot Jr. both submitted separate proposed measures intended to benefit Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) and operators of establishments operating at night time. In the first proposed ordinance Vice Mayor Bilog is recommending the allocation of an amount of P1,000 that will be used for the civil…

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  • The Night Market extension

    The Baguio City Market Authority (BCMA) recently approved a plan for the extension of the night market operation at Perfecto Street located between the Ganza Parking area and the Rose Garden. The plan if it will push through will finally allow walk in vendors who had been waiting for available slots at Harrison Road to…

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  • War Memorial in the city for Marawi Fallen proposed

    There is a need to pay proper homage and tribute to those in the armed services who have paid the ultimate price and made the supreme sacrifice in the war against terrorism. This is the underlying reason behind the proposed legislative measure filed by City Councilor Edgar Avila proposing for the putting up of a…

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