Issue of August 17, 2014
     
 
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Benguet
 
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67th
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Bidding over Athletic Bowl’s rehab a failure

Bidding for the rehabilitation of the bleachers at the Baguio Athletic Bowl, which was participated in by two construction firms, has failed.


MAN VS NATURE  -- The Buyog Watershed, one of the critical sources of clean water of the Baguio Water District, remains undisturbed by destructive human activities despite the growing number of houses outside its boundary. While there are no reports of squatting within the reservation, efforts to protect and preserve this remaining green patch could be more effective if the government construct a concrete fence to secure it, avoiding possible encroachment in the future.
-- Harley Palangchao

DOJ to resolve cases drawn up vs Aliping
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Police service with a woman’s touch is proven effective.

The office of Justice Sec. Leila M. De Lima will have to resolve whether or not there is ground to prosecute Baguio City Rep. Nicasio Aliping, Jr. and three construction companies for violations of the Revised Forestry Code in Mt. Sto. Tomas.

 

The provincial director of the Benguet police office last week warned aggrieved parties against taking the law into their hands in wake of the killing of two La Trinidad residents and the wounding of another by an off-duty policeman on Aug. 7 in front of a bar in Barangay Poblacion.

 
A case of murder was filed against a 23-year-old Criminology graduate who surrendered and admitted to have killed a 15-year-old Grade 8 student in Baguio.
 
City
BEAUTY AND BRAINS -- Mayor Mauricio Domogan is flanked by some Miss Baguio 2014 candidates, who earlier shared their views on how to make the city a better to place to live and do business in, during a press conference where various programs and activities in line with the 105th charter day celebrations were announced.
-- Bong Cayabyab
Region
City
ELITE PNP FORCE -- The 112-strong members of the Cordillera police command, who successfully completed the rigid PNP Special Action Force (SAF) commando training, beam with pride as they participate in the traditional beer bash during their graduation rites at Camp Bado Dangwa on Tuesday. The elite SAF members are at the PNP’s forefront in internal security operations and other urban disturbances.
-- Harley Palangchao
Environment
GEO-HAZARD -- Benguet Gov. Nestor Fongwan and Tuba Councilor Tita Bugtong inspect the sinking area at Kiangan Village along  Camp 3, Kennon Road, Tuba. While cracks are visible on the floors and walls of some houses there since Typhoon Pepeng in 2009, residents opted to stay due to the absence of a relocation site aggravated, by financial problems to build new houses in relatively safer grounds.
-- Mark Dean Monang
Health
SAFE WATER FOR KIDS -- In line with government’s potable water system project, Benguet Rep. Ronald Cosalan, Tublay Vice Mayor Armando Lauro, and officials of the Department of Agrarian Reform turn over a water facility at Tublay Central School on Aug. 14. The project aims to protect children from waterborne illnesses. -- Amor Moresto
Life
PNP HONOREES -- Outstanding policemen and women, including non-uniformed personnel and police units in the Cordillera were presented during the 113th PNP Service Day held at Camp Dangwa on Monday. Presenting the honorees are (from l ) La Trinidad Mayor Edna Tabanda, Benguet Gov. Nestor Fongwan, BSU President Ben Ladilad, C/Supt. Isagani Nerez of PRO-Cor, and B/Gen. Roger Salvador of the AFP.
-- Harley Palangchao
Business
City
NEWEST KPO CENTER -- Mayor Mauricio Domogan exchange pleasantries with Greg Metro, Philippines manager, and Julie Hancock, global project officer, of US-based ThoughFocus, the newest knowledge process-outsourcing firm with significant investment in Baguio. The KPO center, which is expected to be fully operational by the last quarter of the year, will be housed at SM Cyberzone along Harrison Road.
-- Harley Palangchao
Sports
FIRST PHASE -- The rehabilitation of the Baguio Athletic Bowl will start with the renovation of 98 of 128-meter span of the main bleachers and a new grandstand, using an initial fund of P14.7 million. Major civil works that will include the improvement of the oval track will commence as soon as the supplemental budget is approved.
-- Harley Palangchao
 

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