Issue of October 23, 2016
Mt. Province

66th Courier Anniversary Issue
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Best BPOCs in city honored
by Jho Arranz / PIO

Ten outstanding barangay peace and order councils of the city were honored for their commitment in sustaining crime prevention as part of the peace and order program of the city government.

In the 24th Local Government Day celebration last Oct. 10, Middle Quirino Hill barangay headed by Punong Barangay Ignacio Gallente has been hailed as this year’s most outstanding BPOC and given P20,000 incentive.

The first runner-up is Irisan headed by PB Thomas Dumalti, second runner-up is Lower Quirino Hill headed by PB Oliver Dicang, and third runner-up is Atok Trail headed by PB Federico Codley.

They received P15,000, P10,000 and P7,000, respectively.

All winners received a plaque of appreciation.

The other six finalists which received certificates of recognition and 4,000 each are barangays City Camp Proper, San Antonio Village, Camp Allen, Sto. Tomas Central, Asin, and Pucsusan.

Ten barangays were nominated and recommended by the precincts in Baguio and subsequently assessed and evaluated by the assessment team.

The assessment team headed by the Department of the Interior and Local Government Baguio field office, together with the Baguio City Police Office, Bureau of Fire Protection, Liga ng mga Barangay, and Special Services Division of the Mayor’s Office visited the barangays last March.

“Criminality continues to pose a serious threat to peace and order, thus it is a prime concern of the city government. Recognizing the BPOC will encourage all the 128 barangays to ensure an enhanced involvement, mutual assistance and coordination among all sectors of the community in the attainment of peace, law and order, public safety and security in the barangay level,” Mayor Mauricio Domogan said.

Pinsao Proper headed by PB Raymund Laxamana is last year’s most outstanding BPOC.

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