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Latest News and Events

CITY CREATES TWG ON LOW CARBON URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEM

17 May 2022 – The city government of Baguio created a technical working group to facilitate the United Nations Development Programme – Department of Transportation (UNDP-DOTr) project on low carbon urban transport system (LCUTS).

Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong issued Executive Order No. 47, series of 2022 for the creation of the TWG designating City Engineer Edgar Victorio Olpindo as chairperson and Engr. Januario Borillo as vice chairperson being the chief of the Traffic and Transport management Division of the City Engineering Office.

BAGUIO TO CELEBRATE WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY WITH ‘CONTAIN THAT BUTT’ PLOGGING ACTIVITY

19 May 2022 – Baguio City will join the celebration of World No Tobacco Day on May 31, 2022 with a simultaneous plogging activity dubbed “Contain that Butt.”

Mayor Benjamin Magalong who chairs the Smoke-Free Baguio Task Force which is spearheading the celebration encouraged the public – barangays, offices, schools, organizations, groups and individuals – to join the different district health centers in doing plogging or picking up cigarette butts and other litter while jogging, walking or going about their daily chores.

CITY WORKING TO GET MENDICANTS, VAGRANTS OUT OF STREETS

19 May 2022 – The city government continues to address the plight of mendicants and vagrants in the city with the ultimate aim of keeping them away from the streets.

Office of the City Social Welfare and Development Officer (OCSWDO) Officer-in-Charge Liza Bulayungan said the inter-agency Anti-Mendicancy Task Force headed by Mayor Benjamin Magalong conducts regular engagements with the mendicants and vagrants and provides services that they need.

She said that monitoring activities were intensified starting January this year when they were observed to increase in number.

COVID-19, INFLUENZA-LIKE ILLNESS CASES DOWN IN APRIL

18 May 2022 – Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and influenza-like illness cases in the city in April have significantly decreased when compared to the number of cases during the same period last year.

The City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (CESU) of the City Health Services Office under Dr. Rowena Galpo said there were 18 reported COVID-19 cases from April 1-30 this year which is a 99.41 percent decrease from the number of cases in April last year.

Moreover, there were no reported deaths during said period compared with 81 deaths recorded last year. 

DENGUE, HAND-FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE CASES UP IN APRIL

18 May 2022 – Dengue fever and foot-and mouth disease posted increases in the city last April, according to the City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (CESU) of the City Health Services Office under Dr. Rowena Galpo.

The CESU said there were 33 reported cases for dengue fever from April 1 to 30 which is a 4-fold increase compared to the same period in 2021. No death was reported for 2022 compared with 1 death last year.

Age range of patients is between 5 months to 58 years old (median=26) and 69.7 percent of the cases were females.

TIME TO FORGIVE, MOVE ON, WORK TOGETHER –MAGALONG

18 May 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong said it is now time to forgive, heal and move on from the election campaign woes and work together for a better Baguio.

“This election brought the best and worst in us.  It is very unfortunate that with all the fabricated lies, intrigues and stories people started hating other people and groups started hating other groups.  But now let us heal,” the mayor said in his address during the flag raising ceremonies May 16.   

BAGUIO BEEFS UP HEALTH PROMOTION ARM FOR UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE

18 May 2022 – The city government is beefing up the health promotion arm of the City Health Services Office in compliance with Republic Act 11223 or the Universal Health Care Act.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong in two separate executive orders created the Health Promotion Committee and the Health Promotion Unit at the CHSO for the management and implementation of health promotion policies, programs and activities in the city’s health system.

CLOSING OF POLLS

The voting ended at 7pm without any issues at the Baguio City National High School. The Board of Election Inspectors performed the close voting process and prepared the required reports before going to the City Board of Canvassers at the Baguio Convention Center. - Neil Onchangco

CITY EYES INCOME INCREASE THROUGH ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE

13 May 2022 - The city government will dabble in economic enterprise to increase its income and reduce reliance on tax revenues.

 Mayor Benjamin Magalong said they are looking to implement projects that can create “steady revenue stream” like its pay parking projects, intermodal transport terminal, market development, digital transformation center, project lightning, among others.

“We are expecting about P500 to P600 million if these are all fully operational, an income that will incrementally increase every year,” the mayor said.

MAGALONG REPORTS ON FUND SOURCES OF CITY PROJECTS

13 May 2022 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong said funds for regular projects being implemented in the city had been secured mostly from the local budget and external sources like senators, congressman, government agencie and government owned and controlled corporations.

Large scale projects which require gigantic costs are subjected to public-private partnership (PPP) process.

The mayor who is known for his ability to source out funds and ensuring quality execution of the projects said that despite the pandemic, the city was able to draw funds to execute projects in the pipeline.