Issue of March 4, 2018
     
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Carnival proponent asked to look for other areas to operate
by PIO release

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan wants the proponent of amusement rides, in coordination with concerned offices, to identify alternative sites where the proposed three-month carnival operation will be done instead of the Melvin Jones football grounds.

Domogan said he received the copy of the city council resolution that granted the authority for a Manila-based amusement corporation to operate carnival rides within a portion of the Melvin Jones football grounds as part of the Summer Vacation in Baguio City.

“We do not object to the proposed operation of carnival rides in the city because it will be an added attraction for our residents and visitors, especially during the summer vacation but it should not be done in Melvin Jones,” Domogan said.

Earlier, Linked-in Corporation proposed to operate amusement rides in a portion of the Ibaloy Park during the Panagbenga celebration but the local legislative body did not act on the proposal and requested the proponent to secure a certificate of no objection from the Onjon ni Ivadoy. The proponent failed to do so.

The council allowed the proponent to pursue his carnival operations in a portion of the Melvin Jones grounds after the company shall have paid the P500,000 lease rental for the use of the area.

Domogan emphasized there will be no carnival operations in Burnham Park until such time that the proponent and the City Environment and Parks Management Office is able to pinpoint an area for the purpose.

The proponent assured local officials that he will do his best to look for a suitable area for the operation of the amusement rides.

The mayor is given 15 days to sign the resolution. After the period, the resolution will be deemed as approved and operative.


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