THE hosting for the eighth season of the Cordillera Higher Education Sports Athletic Association has been tackled as the members of executive committee met to iron out and discuss other pressing issues of the league.
Despite the threat of Typhoon Basyang, the nine-member schools are set to meet at the National Institute for Information Technology to iron out the turnover of hosting for this year's sports conclave.
With Luzon National Bible College expected to waive its hosting for this year's affair, three more schools will be on deck to host the competitions for this year's school calendar.
Aside from the hosting and scheduling of games, the executive committee will also tackle the financial report and the final results for all the events played last year.
LNBC representatives earlier said it has yet to consider the hosting of Chesaa this year after the executive meeting Friday night attended by representatives from other members of the league.
"So far LNBC remains reluctant and their decision will be known today," said NIIT administrator Vladimir Cayabas who presided the meeting.
By way of rotation, Cayabas said Baguio School of Business and Trade and AMA Computer College are the next in line after LNBC. But both have also ignored calls for them to run this year's Chesaa.
"BSBT has decided to host the league on 2011 while AMA has signified to host the competition on 2012," explained Cayabas.
However, if LNBC has decided to waive their hosting, Cordillera Career Development College will take the hosting cudgels for this year's tournament with the two schools waiving their right for this year.
CCDC will have its turn hosting the event come 2013.
"We will base the hosting if the three schools waive their rights by way of rotation and if none of them is available then CCDC might be the host for this year," added Cayabas.
Participating schools in the Chesaa include outgoing host Data Center College Baguio, Easter College, National University Baguio, and Philippine Women's University. (Roderick Osis)