THE new administration supports the Baguio-La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tuba-Tublay (Blistt) concept, and shall stand for developments in the area, Mayor Mauricio Domogan assured the public last week.
Speaking before media practitioners during the regular Ugnayan last Wednesday, the mayor emphasized on the positive side of having the Blistt concept prosper.
There would be infrastructure development in the areas included in the Blistt, among others, the mayor said.
Earlier developments in the city brought about by the Blistt concept were cited: the circumferential road, Marcos Highway, Naguilian road, and the Baguio-Aritao road.
Peace and order concerns, environmental protection, water sources and other problems on resources would be talking points when the Blistt leaders meet, which they did after the election.
The Baguio Centennial Commission (BCC) went a step ahead and convened the mayors of the concerned neighboring towns, and us earlier, Domogan said.
Benguet Congressman Ronald Cosalan and Baguio Congressman Bernardo Vergara; Benguet Governor Nestor Fongwan and the mayors of the five (5) Benguet towns met and discussed for hours about development in the area.
Accordingly, the Blistt is for a "greater and comprehensive social, cultural, economic, business and government interaction," "growth quadrangle." (Julie G. Fianza)