A LITTLE less than a month and the city will celebrate its 101st Charter Anniversary.
Mayor Mauricio Domogan said ensuring success of the different lined-up activities is thus needed.
This week, Domogan signed Administrative Order No. 114 specifically creating the Executive Committee for the 101st Charter Day Celebrations.
The composition of the Execom includes the mayor as Honorary Chairman, City Administrator Carlos Canilao (chairman) and Committee chair on Tourism, Parks and Special Events Councilor Elmer Datuin (co-chairman).
Its members are City Accountant Antonio Tabin, City Treasurer Thelma Manaois, City Budget Officer Leticia Clemente, City Engineer Leo Bernandez, City Building and Architecture Officer Oscar Flores and Congressman Bernardo Vergara while the Mayor’s Office and City Administrator’s Office staff will serve as secretariat.
The committee is tasked to;
* Plan various activities for the 101st Baguio Day Celebrations and oversee its proper implementation
* Seek ways and means by which all activities are properly supported
* Prepare appropriate policies, guidelines and measures to ensure the success of the programs and activities lines up.
The Baguio Day celebrations this year is expected to attract not only foreign but domestic tourists as well. (Paul Rillorta)