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Issue of November 21, 2021
     

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2022 national and local elections watch:
71 withdrawals, 15 substitutions in CAR

The Commission on Elections recorded a total of 71 withdrawals of certificate of candidacy and 15 substitution of candidates in the Cordillera in line with the 2022 national and local elections.


A SIGHT TO BEHOLD -- Unknown to many, this circular seismic chamber of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) at the upper rock gardens of Mirador Heritage and Eco-Spirituality Park at Mirador Hill, Baguio City houses sensors that measure and record earth movements both natural and man-made. This structure, which is becoming an attraction among residents and tourists since the pandemic, was built upon rocks that are 20 million years old. The park is open to the public from 6 a.m. to 6.pm. daily. -- Noli Gabilo

In Baguio, license plates confiscated as far back as 2010 are gathering dust in one of the corners of the Traffic Enforcement Unit of the Baguio City Police Office, as owners have not claimed these plates.

Health workers across the Cordillera have started receiving the third dose of anti-Covid-19 shots last Nov. 17, following the Food and Drug Administration’s issuance of the amended Emergency Use Authorization granted to the six companies supplying vaccines in the country.

 
LTO Bgo now accepts 10-yr DL applications

The Land Transportation Office-Baguio has started accepting online applications for professional and non-professional driver’s license valid for 10 years on Nov. 16 in line with Republic Ac 10930, which amended the Land Transportation and Traffic Code.

 

Jeepney associations are not happy about the merger and dissolution of some routes and deduction or addition of jeepney units in the proposed local public transport route plan (LPTRP) of Baguio.

 

City
NEW BARANGAY OFFICE -- Burnham-Legarda barangay will have its new office at the Philippine Tourism Authority-owned Baguio City Visitor’s Bureau building fronting Children’s Playground at Burnham Park following the signing of a memorandum of agreement by City Mayor Benjamin Magalong, Punong Barangay Teodoro Castro, and Panagbenga co-chair Anthony de Leon last week. -- Harley Palangchao
Region
PATROL CARS FOR CORDILLERA COPS -- Benguet Rep. Eric Go Yap and Gov. Mehlchor Diclas received on behalf of the local government units and municipal police stations the 36 units of police patrol vehicles donated by the Philippine National Police headquarters through the Police Regional Office-Cordillera at Camp Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad on Nov. 18. -- Ryan Mangusan


Health
LOAN FOR INFRA PROJECTS -- Mayor Edmarc Crisologo of Lagayan, Abra and Land Bank Ilocos Sur lending center head Loida Arlene Ringor present the 15-year loan contract worth P60 million to finance various infrastructure projects for the municipality. With them are Vice Mayor Apolinar Molina, Sr.; Municipal Treasurer Jesus B. Dalangin; and Land Bank Account Officer Richard Refuerzo. -- Contributed photo
Business
ONGOING REVAMP -- Crew work double time to complete on time the upgrade of the Benguet Sports Complex in Wangal, La Trinidad which is being developed into a world-class sports facility. The oval will soon be installed with rubberized tartan track and its upgraded grandstand will feature additional rooms for athletes’ convenience. -- Ofelia Empian
Sports
FIL-AM 2021 -- The annual Fil-Am Open Golf Tournament is seen to resume next month but on a limited scale, and only fully vaccinated players from the localities will be allowed to register and play. The Inter-Agency Task Force has allowed the city government to allow the conduct of the tournament with strict compliance with the minimum public health standard. -- Harley Palangchao
 

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