Issue of July 9, 2017
Mt. Province

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Baguio Dev’t Council approves priority infra projects for 2018
by Kris Chan

The city government will be guided by the list of approved priority infrastructure projects in allocating funds.

Topping the list is the construction of the road from Sto. Tomas, Balacbac to the 130-hectare property earmarked for the city’s engineered sanitary landfill, Mayor Mauricio Domogan said during his weekly press briefing on Wednesday.

Also in the list are the repair of the section in Naguilian Road going to Baguio City National Science High School and the Philippine Science High School, and the bypass road from Marcos Highway to Balsigan; and to San Vicente going to Kennon Road.

Domogan said ongoing projects that still need funds are the section from Naguilian Road to Bakakeng passing Saint Louis Extension going to Camp 7.

Also in the list are the rehabilitation and improvement of the Convention Center and the expansion of the public cemetery.

The city government is also planning for the construction of an eight-story building beside the Baguio fire station, the first four floors of which will be used as parking space for government vehicles to allow visitors and clients to use the space surrounding the City Hall. A connecting bridge from the proposed building to the City Hall is also considered.

Domogan said the city will operate on a P1.855 billion budget for 2018, P84 million of which has been set aside for the city’s disaster risk reduction management programs.

Setting aside other allocations including the fund for personnel services, the remaining P240M will be distributed among the proposed shopping list of priority projects.

The mayor said Rep. Mark Go can  the list as basis in identifying projects where funds may be infused.

The list of priority projects will be submitted to the city council for confirmation and will be disseminated to all barangay officials as a guide.

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