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Latest News and Events

CHSO REPORTS 26 BARANGAYS WITH DENGUE CLUSTERS

23 June 2022 – For the past four weeks, a total of 26 out of the Summer Capital’s 128 barangays have had clusters of dengue cases according to City Health Services Office (CHSO) head Dr. Rowena Galpo.

In the regular management committee of local officials, June 21, led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong at City Hall, she said these barangays are Bakakeng Norte with 26 cases; Irisan,24; Loakan Proper,19; Bakakeng Central,15; Kias,14; San Luis Village,13; SLU-SVP Housing Village,13; Asin Road,10; Lucnab,8; Pacdal,7; Camp 7,7; and Pinget, 6 cases.

ALARMING INCREASE IN BAGUIO DENGUE CASES NOTED; RESIDENTS ASKED TO DESTROY MOSQUITO BREEDING SITES

22 June 2022 – Dengue cases in the Summer Capital leapfrogged by an alarming 90 percent to 306 as of June 21 this year as compared to 161 cases for the same period in 2021.

This was revealed by City Health Services Office (CHSO) head Dr. Rowena Galpo during the regular management committee meeting of local officials, June21, led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong at City Hall.

A silver lining in her report is that no death due to dengue has yet been reported while five passed away during the period last year in the city caused by the deadly disease.

DPWH TOLD TO FASTTRACK ROAD PROJECTS TO EASE TRAFFIC CONGESTION IN CITY

22 June 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong said that ongoing road widening projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has contributed to the recent traffic congestion being experienced in the Summer Capital.

“We are currently communicating with the DPWH to fasttrack the completion of road improvements in order to ease the city’s traffic problems,” the Mayor said.

Magalong said a lot is being done to ease the city’s traffic problem and disclosed that the DPWH has assured him of the speedy completion of its various road projects.

MAYOR SIGNS MEASURE AUTHORIZING HIM TO ENTER INTO DEED OF DONATION FOR FIREARMS TO BJMP

21 June 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong, June 9, has signed resolution no. 209, series of 2022, authorizing him to enter into a Deed of Donation for 43 firearms in favor of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology-Cordillera (BJMP-CAR), Baguio City Jail-Male Dormitory (BCJ-MD), which were earlier loaned/issued by the city government of Baguio.

The measure was authored by councilors Betty Lourdes Tabanda and Benny Bomogao.

CITY TO CONTINUE STRICTLY IMPLEMENTING THE WEARING OF FACE MASK

21 June 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong said the city government will continue to strictly implement the wearing of face masks and other provisions under the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) Alert Level 1.   

The Summer Capital is currently under Alert Level 1 until the end of June.

The city will continue to adhere to the directives of the National Task Force-Inter-Agency Task Force (NTF-IATF) on Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) in the ongoing fight against the pandemic, the Mayor stressed.

BAGUIO LAUDED FOR IMPROVING COMPETITIVENESS RANKING DESPITE PANDEMIC

24 June 2022 – The Dept. of Trade Industry Competitive Bureau lauded Baguio City for showing vast improvement in its competitiveness ranking in 2021 despite the pandemic.

DTI-CB Director Lilian Salonga and Asst. Director Jo-Dann Darong said the significance of the city’s feat as the third most improved among 33 HUCs in the 8th Annual Regional Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index (CMCI) “could not be overemphasized” considering the challenges faced by the country.

PUJs TOLD TO COMPLY WITH 10PM OPERATION TIME, CLEANLINESS RULES

23 June 2022 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong urged operators and drivers of public jeepneys (PUJs) in the city to strictly comply with the ordinance requiring them to serve the commuting public until 10 p.m.

He also reminded them of their obligation to maintain cleanliness of their assigned terminals and their jeepney units and see to their personal hygiene in face of the health risks including the continuing threat of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

The mayor said he has been received complaints from the riding public on the lack of PUJ units serving them as early as 8 p.m.

CITY TO HOLD NOT JUST ONE BUT A SERIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUMMITS

23 June 2022 – The city government will make its environmental summit a series to cater to all sectors that have a stake on the issues.

The first in the series will be held on July 8, 1-5 p.m. at the Baguio Convention Center where the city through the Office of the City Planning and Development Coordinator (OCPDC)and the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO) plans to accommodate a large audience of at least 500 to ensure the success of the activity.

NEW OFFICIALS TO TAKE OATH JUNE 30

23 June 2022 – Incoming city officials led by re-elected Mayor Benjamin Magalong, Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan, and Rep. Marquez Go will take their oath of office in ceremonies set June 30, 9 a.m. at the Baguio Convention Center.

The program will be simple yet solemn, according to City Budget Officer Leticia Clemente who heads the transition committee.

CITY TO PAY TRIBUTE TO OUTGOING OFFICIALS

23 June 2022 – The city government will pay tribute to outgoing city officials in a send-off program during the City Hall flag-raising rites on June 27.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong and Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan will lead city officials and employees in honoring outgoing Councilors Joel Alangsab, Elaine Sembrano, Francisco Roberto Ortega and Philian Weygan.

The city will also pay tribute to former City Interior and Local Government Director Evelyn Trinidad who was given a new assignment in the region.