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Latest News and Events

MORE CONSULTATIONS TO BE CONDUCTED FOR SESSION ROAD SIDEWALK PROJECT

19 May 2022 – The local government will be conducting at least three consultations with the concerned sectors to solicit their inputs on the proposed implementation of the P20 million Session Road sidewalk improvement project.

BAGUIO IS MAJOR SOURCE OF REVENUE IN CORDILLERA

19 May 2022 – The Cordillera office of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR-CAR) disclosed that Baguio City remains to be the source of bulk of the revenue collected by the bureau from taxpayers.

BIR-CAR regional director Douglas Rufino claimed that the city accounts for approximately 70 percent of the taxes that are being collected by the bureau from the different types of taxpayers annually depending on the tax collection target that will be fixed by the central office.

CITY SUSPENDS HIKE IN NIGHT MARKET FEES

18 May 2022 – The City Treasury Office suspended the implementation of the increase in the fees paid by night market vendors along Harrison Road following concerns raised by the affected vendors on the timing of the said regulatory fees.

Earlier, the city council passed Resolution No. 176, series of 2022, which requested the City Treasury Office for a status quo on the collection of weekly night market fees.

BAGUIO FILES PROTEST VERSUS WATER PERMIT APPLICATION

18 May 2022 – The City Council, during last Monday’s regular session, approved a resolution requesting the City Legal office to file a protest against the conditional water permit of EKP Spring Water Corporation.

In a resolution, city legislators stated that the filing of a timely protest against the conditional water permit will prevent the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) from giving a full-pledged water permit to the company to prevent the available sources of potable water supply for the city residents from being compromised.

35th CHR FOUNDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION HELD

19 May 2022 –  The Commission on Human Rights-Cordillera office under  Regional Director Atty. Romel Daguimol led in the celebration of the  CHR’s  35th Foundation Anniversary on May 16 at Orchard Hotel, here, with the theme, “Matatag na Komisyon, Maaasahan sa lahat ng Panahon!”.

Daguimol said the event aims to highlight CHR’s accomplishments as the National Human Rights Institution in the country under the 5th Commission and to foster its visibility through different media platforms.

MORE URBAN FARMERS URGED TO GET DA ACCREDITATION; URBAN FARMERS MONTH ONGOING

18 May 2022 – The City Veterinary and Agriculture Office (CVAO) revealed that as of present,  a total of 2,929 urban farmers  and 32 urban farmer organizations in the Summer Capital have been accredited in the Department of Agriculture’s (DA)  Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture (RSBSA).

CVAO agriculturist I Vincent Aaron Chacapna said the DA is targeting 5,000 urban farmers  in the city to be registered at RBSA to facilitate access to any agriculture-related assistance program of the government.

CVAO SAYS CITY’S RABBIT PROJECT IS ‘ALIVE AND HOPPING’

18 May 2022 – City Veterinary and Agriculture Office (CVAO) head Dr. Silardo Bested said the city government’s rabbit dispersal project is  ‘alive and hopping’ with around 1,800 of the cute and furry animals  distributed to interested residents so far.

He said the P10-million Department of Agriculture (DA)-funded project, which includes the distribution of rabbits and chickens, was launched last year in partnership with the city government thru the CVAO.

PUT UP OF CITY’S LIVESTOCK MARKET, URGED

18 May 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong has directed the City Veterinary and Agriculture Office (CVAO), City Buildings and Architecture Office, and the City Planning and Development Office to formulate a plan and design for the city’s livestock market.

The Mayor gave the order during the regular management committee meeting of local officials, May 17, at City Hall upon the recommendation of CVAO head Dr. Silardo Bested.

CDRRM COUNCIL BARES Q1 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

17 May 2022 – The City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (CDRRMC) chaired by Mayor Benjamin Magalong has completed the procurement and installation of 60 units of WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) facilities last March in the city’s various schools, barangays, district health centers and government offices costing P2 million from the Congressional fund under KALAHI-CIDSS (Kapit-Bisig Laban Sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services).

The project is to be turned over to the local government unit of Baguio.

CITY TO INCREASE ENTRANCE FEE AT BAGUIO BOTANICAL GARDEN

19 May 2022 – The city government of Baguio will be conducting a public hearing to gather suggestions on the propose increase of entrance fee at the Baguio Botanical Garden.

The City Environment and Parks Management Office will lead the public hearing scheduled May 25, 2022 starting 2PM at the Baguio Convention Center.

The City Government through the City Treasury Office is currently collecting Php5 as entrance fee for kids and Php10 for adults based on the provisions of the City’s Environmental Code passed in 2016 (Ordinance No. 18-2016).