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Dads to conduct Sky Ranch inspection
by Jane B. Cadalig with reports from Hanna C. Lacsamana

Members of the city council will conduct on Jan. 8 a site inspection at SM Sky Ranch to guide them in coming up with measures that would help address the concerns raised over the operations of the amusement facilities at Luneta Hill.

The council agreed to conduct the inspection to allow members to observe the activities in the area and help them come up with recommendations on how to remedy the concerns raised by stakeholders.

Among those who would join the inspection are representatives of SM Baguio management, Cordillera offices of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Environment Management Bureau, University of the Cordilleras, University of the Philippines-Baguio, and barangay officials of Session Road.

The councilors hope to be guided on how to help address the concerns on the noise that officials of UC and UP-Baguio complained to have been disrupting their classes and other issues, such as parking and traffic congestion, zoning, the facility’s compliance to environmental laws, and public safety.

Last year, the city council asked the Sky Ranch and SM Baguio managements to first consult stakeholders and get the city government’s endorsement of the facility’s operation, even when it has already started operating.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan, however, said that the area where Sky Ranch operates is a private property. He said the amusement facility’s operations has been issued environmental compliance certificate by the DENR.

Also, during a city council session, officials of Session Road said they granted the request of SM for a certificate of no-objection to the project because the management assured that no live trees will be cut for the establishment of the facility and because the needed permits have been secured.


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