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Hog farms blamed for dirty rivers
RIGO GALLARDO, Baguio City

The front-page story in the March 7, 2019 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer reads, “Hog farms blamed for dirty rivers.”

Every year, several complaints have been made before the proper authorities about the “malodorous problem” at Gibraltar and Pacdal barangays but nothing has been done about it.

It makes one think that there is really no hope for our blighted city. Don’t get me started on the illegal parking from Baguio City Police Station 3 until the Bureau of Soils along Ambuclao Road where the authorities are helpless. So, what else is new?

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:: Dealing with spiritual malnutrition
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