Issue of July 7, 2019
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City council revamps committees
by Jane B. Cadalig

Seven Baguio councilors retained their chairmanship over committees for the next three years.

Of the 15 city council committees, councilors Michael Lawana, Arthur Allad-iw, Francisco Roberto Ortega VI, Benny Bomogao, Ma. Mylen Victoria Yaranon, Lilia Fariñas, and Levy Lloyd Orcales will continue presiding over their current committees.

Lawana chairs the committee on barangay affairs with Fariñas and Ortega as members.

Allad-iw chairs the committee on employment, livelihood, and cooperatives and persons with disabilities with Orcales and comebacking councilors Phillian Weygan-Allan and Fred Bagbagen as members.

Ortega retained his chairmanship over the committee on public protection, safety, and peace and order with neophyte Councilor Vladimir Cayabas and Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan as members.

Bomogao retained his chairmanship over the committee on public utilities, transportation, and traffic legislation with councilors Joel Alangsab and Allad-iw as members.

Yaranon will continue her mandate as chair of the committee on public works with councilors Isabelo Cosalan and Lawana as members.

Fariñas remains as chair of the committee on social services, women, and urban poor with Orcales, Betty Lourdes Tabanda, and Olowan as members.

Orcales chairs the committee on youth welfare and sports development with Ortega and Cayabas as members.

Eight committees, meanwhile, are now chaired by either neophyte, reelected, or come-backing members.

The committee on education, culture, and historical research will be chaired by Cayabas with Orcales, Yaranon, and Fariñas as members.

The committee on ethics, governmental affairs, and personnel is composed of Cosalan as chair and Allad-iw and Olowan as members.

Alangsab chairs the committee on health, sanitation, ecology, and environmental protection with Orcales, Bomogao, and Councilor Elaine Sembrano as members.

Tabanda chairs the committee on laws, human rights and justice after she won through an election by secret ballot with Bagbagen as her contender. Bagbagen is a member of the committee together with Bomogao.

The committee on market, trade, commerce, and agriculture is chaired by Weygan-Allan with Sembrano and Alangsab as members.

Sembrano chairs the committee on tourism, special events, parks, and playgrounds with Lawana and Weygan-Allan as members.

Bagbagen chairs the committee on urban planning, lands, and housing with Tabanda and Yaranon as members.

Olowan chairs the committee on finance and appropriations.

The city council revamped the composition of its committees during the legislative’s first regular session on July 1.

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