Issue of June 22, 2014
     
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Slaughter occupants told to settle their dues
by Jho Arranz / PIO

Owners of establishments at the Slaughterhouse Compound have until July 18 to settle their obligations to the city government.

This was the agreement during the June 18 meeting between the Baguio City Market Authority and establishment and truck owners at the Slaughterhouse Compound.

Based on the records of the City Treasurer’s Office, almost all occupants of Slaughterhouse Compound are not paying their rent to the city government.  

Mayor Mauricio Domogan said  Slaughterhouse Compound is part of the Sanitary Reservation administered by the city government.

Owners of the bunk houses within Slaughterhouse Compound are obliged to pay P2/square meter/day to the city government. Otherwise, they will not be allowed in the area.

“The policy of the city will cover all affected individuals in the area to be fair to those who are complying with the rules and regulations of the city,” Domogan said.

Meanwhile, owners of trucks, private vehicles, and jeepneys were reminded to pay for parking. The parking rate for motorcycles is P10 for the first two hours and P5 for each succeeding two hours.

For private and public utility vehicles, the rate is P35 for the first two hours and P10 per additional hour while the rate for trucks and buses without contract with the City of Baguio is P75 for the first two hours and P15 per additional hour.

For overnight parking for small vehicles that have not signed a memorandum of agreement with the city government, the rate is P200 per night and P300 per night for trucks and buses without MOA with the city.

Vehicle owners were required to pay parking fees at the City Treasurer’s Office on a monthly basis and sign a MOA with the city.


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