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Irisan dumpsite must be an eco-park by Dec 31

The city government was given until the end of the year to convert the former Irisan dumpsite into an ecological park.

 
AN ECO-PARK SOON -- The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has ordered that the Irisan controlled dump facility, where biodegradable wastes are being processed into organic fertilizer, be converted into an eco-park before the year ends. Mayor Benjamin Magalong has directed all concerned City Hall offices to work closely to ensure compliance to the directives and conditions set by the DENR and to the Court of Appeals ruling in 2012 following a fatal trash slide in 2011.
-- Ofelia Empian

Addressing malnutrition is not only confined to providing food on the table, but also on serving the right kind of food and lifestyle modification, such as increasing physical activities.

Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong has endorsed to the city council the appointment of Engr. Bonifacio dela Peña as city administrator.

 
City mayor outlines top priorities for three years
Transparency. Aggressive traffic management. Strict implementation of environmental laws. Zero tolerance to illegal gambling.

 

Around P63.4 million worth of marijuana plants was destroyed in a seven-day anti-illegal drugs operation in Kalinga, Benguet and Mountain Province, the regional police command reported.

 
 
City
UNITED FRONT -- Newly elected Baguio officials led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, Rep. Marquez Go, and Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan were formally presented to the public following their oath of office at the City Hall grounds on weekend. They vowed to be united in pursuing peace and development in the city.
-- Harley Palangchao
Region
TOP HEADS’ MEETING -- Newly-elected Benguet Gov. Melchor Diclas met with the department heads of the provincial government during his first week in office. Diclas, a medical doctor by profession, wants to improve the social services provided to the community, especially on health, by improving the Benguet General Hospital; and uplift the education, agriculture, mining, and business sectors in the province. -- Ofelia Empian
Environment
REPAIR NEEDED -- The eroded portion of the Philippine Military Academy reservation needs urgent repair to protect motorists and commuters from imminent danger during the rainy season. The area eroded during Typhoon Ompong last year.
-- Contributed photo
Health
GRAND  ZUMBA -- National Nutrition Council-Cordillera and Regional Nutrition Program Coordinator  Rita Papey joins  City Health Services Office employees headed by Dr. Rowena Galpo and councilors Joel Alangsab and Vladimir Cayabas in the grand zumba at Baguio Athletic Bowl during the joint regional launching Nutrition Month themed “Kumain nang wasto at maging aktibo…Push natin ‘to (10,000 steps for 100 years- Lakad sa kalusugan, tungo sa kaunlaran, gawin natin ito)!” marking the centennial year of the CHSO. -- Bong Cayabyab
Life
SACLA AT 79 -- Colleagues, relatives, and friends of former Benguet Vice Gov. Wasing Sacla, who died at 79, attended a mass at the Provincial Capitol where the former official’s remains were viewed by the community. He was later brought to Cayapes, Kapangan where he will be laid to rest July 8. Former Vice Gov. Edna Tabanda remembered Sacla as a leader who united the people with his humble leadership worthy of emulation.
-- Ofelia Empian
Business
INSPECTION -- An enforcement team from the Department of Trade and Industry Baguio-Benguet offices inspect establishments selling steel bars to ensure these products comply with the Philippine National Standard. Here, a team checks on the markings, sizes and weights of steel bars being sold in the city as part of the intensified campaign to ensure that consumers get quality products. -- Art Tibaldo
Sports
FOURTH TITLE REMATCH -- Team Lakay’s Kevin Belingon will face reigning ONE bantamweight world champion Bibiano Fernandes for the fourth time in one of the blockbuster bouts in the 100th event of ONE in Tokyo, Japan in October.
-- ONE photo
 
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