Issue of September 28, 2014

Baguio Day Anniversary Issue
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Bishops plea for Writ to save
Mt Sto Tomas

Two Catholic Church leaders led the filing of a Writ of Kalikasan petition before the Supreme Court on Sept. 22 in a bid to protect and preserve the Mount Sto. Tomas Forest Reserve from any form of destruction.

ALMOST IMPASSABLE -- A portion of Quirino Highway at Irisan barangay was rendered impassable to all types of vehicles when the volume of ran off water mixed with rocks aggravated by the ongoing road improvement flooded the busiest highway connecting the city to La Union and Ilocos provinces. With more typhoons expected to make a landfall, crew must work double time to ensure smooth flow of traffic and to save thousands of commuters from queuing until midnight to get home. -- Harley Palangchao

Palace allots P1.4M for Buguias accident victims
The P9 million worth garbage trucks bought through auction in Subic Bay Freeport Zone by past city officials will be recovered by the government.

Malacañang fulfilled its promise to reach out to the families and survivors of the fatal vehicular accident in Buguias, Benguet last Sept. 9 by giving P1.4 million assistance on Monday.


Two Baguio athletes delivered two silver medals for the Philippines at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

A court in Benguet dismissed the collection suit filed by the Cooperative of Bank of Benguet and CBB Cooperation Foundation Inc. against the local government of La Trinidad, citing failure to exhaust administrative remedies before asking court intervention.
MODEL CITY EMPLOYEES -- Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Vice Mayor Edison Bilog, and former city assessor and guest of honor and speaker Estrella Tano present this year’s 10 outstanding Baguio City Hall employees, namely Rubilyn Bab-anga of the Social Welfare Office; Esther Bautista of the Health Services Office; Jeronimo Coloma, Agustin Dulnuan, Jr. and Daniel Packoy of the Engineering Office; Jaime Gamboa,  Placido Generao, and Julie An Ingosan of the General Services Office; Luz Perez of the Civil Registry Office; and Marlon Sayan of the City Human Resource Management Office. They were  recognized during the 114th Civil Service anniversary celebration last week.
-- Bong Cayabyab
PALACE ASSISTANCE -- DILG Sec. Mar Roxas and Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda are assisted by Benguet Rep. Ronald Cosalan and Gov. Nestor Fongwan in giving P108,000 financial assistance to the families of the 13 fatalities in the car accident in Buguias, Benguet on Sept. 9. The Palace officials met the families at the DSWD Training Center in Baguio on Monday.
-- Redjie Cawis
BANE OF PLASTICS -- Civilian and barangay volunteers help crew from the city government in manually cleaning the main drainage of the City Camp Lagoon to prevent the swamp from being flooded. Indiscriminate dumping of plastics and other non-biodegradable wastes is the main cause of flooding in urban areas. -- Harley Palangchao
DOOR-TO-DOOR VACCINATION -- Personnel of DOH-CAR, local health workers, and volunteers conduct door-to-door visitation to validate and immunize all eligible children below five years old against measles and polio. The DOH extended up to Oct. 8 its free immunization campaign in the region.
-- Diana Palangchao
BOARD TOPNOTCHER -- Saint Louis University summa cum laude graduate Victor Al Sapoten Medina gets recognized by Baguio officials led by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Vice Mayor Edison Bilog for topping the September 2014 Registered Electrical Engineering board examination administered by the Professional Regulation Commission. -- Bong Cayabyab
BRIGHT PROSPECTS -- Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company and Chief Operations Officer Bryan U. Yap (6th from l), who expressed confidence for bright prospects in the local mining industry, was honored for rendering 20 years of service and for restoring industrial peace between the management and workers during the 78th anniversary of the company on Sept. 23. Honoring him are top LCMCo officials led by Vice President and Resident Manager Thomas Consolation (5th from l) and Mankayan Mayor Materno Luspian Sr.
-- Harley Palangchao
THE OCTAGON FIGHTER -- Igorot pride Mark Eddiva will enter the octagon to face a much veteran American fighter in the undercard of UFC Fight Night 55 in Allphones Arena in Sydney, Australia on Nov. 8. Eddiva is shown stepping up his training ahead of the announcement from UFC. -- Harley Palangchao

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