Issue of February 9, 2020
     
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Organization of brgy agri, fisheries council pushed
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Barangays in Baguio will soon be mandated to create their respective agriculture and fisheries councils.

The city council is pushing for the creation of barangay agriculture and fisheries councils to help advance the interests and welfare of people engaged in the sector.

Under the proposed ordinance approved on first reading, city barangays where agriculture is practiced will be mandated to coordinate with the City Veterinary and Agriculture Office, the Philippine Council for Agriculture and Fisheries, and the Department of Agriculture in formulating policies, recommendations, and programs for sustained development of the city’s agriculture and fisheries sector.

City Veterinarian Brigit Piok, in a letter to Vice Mayor Faustino A. Olowan dated Dec. 9, 2019, suggested the creation of agriculture and fisheries councils in barangays where it is applicable.

The councils will be the monitoring arm of the DA and will act as a special advisory body for the development of the agriculture and fisheries sector.

Due to the increasing demand for the provision of agriculture-related programs and services as a result of the information and education campaign conducted in the different barangays, the recommendation to institutionalize the agriculture and fisheries sector is necessary to augment the personnel of the Agricultural Services Division of the City Veterinary Office.

 
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JHMC to shut down over a hundred-year-old school

HR action center, team set

Loakan residents seek relief over impending demolition

City, PPP Center ink MOA for faster revamp

1.24 M certified seeds aid farmers

Cayetano lauds Baguio coops for being fruitful

Firm offers facility for no contact apprehension

City hall voter reg’n Feb 10

Amendment of Liquor Code eyed to conform with zoning

DSWD, partners observe 2020 Adoption Consciousness Week

Births in Baguio drop by 2.92%

Dads seek moratorium on demolition of Balacbac area

City’s piggery project gaining ground in Tuba

Civil registry fees to increase

Raised crosswalk along SLSC sought


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