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Maria Elena Catajan
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Zumba groups in Burnham asked to move
BAGUIO City Environment and Parks Management (Cepmo) head Cordelia Lacsamana faced the City Council with Joseph Hermogeno, Park Evaluation Officer III over an uproar on displacement of physical fitness groups in Burnham Park. On April 10, Hermogeno issued a memo ...
From 646 days ago
Catajan: The wisdom of the taxi driver
IT IS said that if you want to know the pulse of the people, listen to taxi drivers. I was riding a calibrated taxi cab and hoping against hope it would not reach monstrous proportions like the horror stories I ...
From 647 days ago
Baguio eyed for rehab
ON THE heels of the closure of Boracay, Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo announced over the weekend a need for the Baguio City to undergo rehabilitation. The Summer Capital records tourist arrivals at 1,521,748 up by 17.52 percent vis-à-vis the 2016 data ...
From 648 days ago
Baguio City vice mayor nixes Burnham parking
BAGUIO City Vice Mayor Edison Bilog has signified his opposition in the planned construction of a parking facility at Burnham Park. “I am against the construction of a parking building,” Bilog said admitting that he encouraged people to attend ...
From 648 days ago
La Trinidad as an economic hub
THE quiet valley has become a booming economic hub. A bustling vegetable, flower and coffee industry has made the town a center for trade and industry in the region, transforming the Valley to a trading and business center. The strawberry fields in ...
From 677 days ago
Lubuagan eyed for hydro project
SAN Lorenzo Ruiz Builders and Developers Group Inc. is eyeing the municipality of Lubuagan in Kalinga for the setup of a hydroelectric dam project in the town. Jonas Azuelo, spokesperson of the company, said the project hopes to generate 150 megawatts. Azuelo ...
From 709 days ago
Council to close Burnham stalls
BAGUIO City councilors Leandro Yangot, Michael Lawana, Elaine Sembrano, Joel Alangsab, Arthur Allad-iw and Leah Fariñas voted to close stalls in the Burnham Park operating without business permits. In a special session Thursday, the City Council converged to thresh out problems ...
From 713 days ago
Courts restrain Sinot from IPMR seat
Regional Trial Court Branch 6 Presiding Judge Cecilia Corazon Dulay-Archog ruled to bar Roger Sinot Sr. from assuming his position as Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative (IPMR) to the city council. On Tuesday afternoon, the six-page order of Dulay-Archog which granted ...
From 716 days ago
‘Hypebeast’ terrorizes kids in Baguio City
FOLLOWING the footsteps of his father, Councilor Francisco Roberto Ortega VI is trying to keep the peace in the city. Ortega has called on Baguio City Police Office director Ramil Saculles, Department of Education Baguio Schools Division Superintendent Federico Martin and ...
From 718 days ago
Legal war up for Sinot
A LEGAL battle now is up for Roger Sinot Sr. On Monday, February 5, affidavits will be submitted to Branch 6 Presiding Judge Cecilia Corazon Dulay-Archog for her to come to a decision on the case and hopefully put to rest ...
From 719 days ago