Issue of December 31, 2017
Mt. Province

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Deputation of CJH guards sought
by PIO release

The Camp John Hay Development Corporation (CJHDevCo) requested the local government to issue the deputation order for its safety and security personnel to help in the implementation of traffic rules and regulations in relation to the city’s anti-obstruction campaign to ease the worsening traffic congestion inside the 247-hectare John Hay Special Economic Zone (JHSEZ).

In his letter to Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan, CJHDevCO Executive Vice President for Operation Shean Bedi said traffic congestion within CJHSEZ has been aggravated by drivers who park their vehicles anywhere in total disregard of rules and regulations despite the presence of traffic signs and traffic enforcers.

Personnel of CJHDevCo’s Safety and Security Department underwent the mandatory traffic management orientation by personnel of the Baguio City Police Office as a requirement for their deputation as an agent of the Anti-obstruction Task Force.

Domogan expressed his gratitude to CJHDevCo management for volunteering their safety and security personnel to be deputized by the local government to assist in the implementation of traffic rules and regulations inside the zone, especially when law enforcers are not available to apprehend traffic violators who insist in parking their vehicles outside the designated parking areas and willfully violate the prevailing traffic rules and regulations inside the zone.

“We are elated that there are companies operating in the city who are willing to volunteer some of their personnel to be deputized to help our law enforcers strictly implement traffic rules and regulations and intensify the city’s anti-obstruction campaign to contribute in efforts to improve the worsening traffic congestions around the city, especially during weekends and holidays. We really need the understanding and cooperation of everyone for us to be able to improve the worsening traffic jams not only in the central business district but also in various tourist destinations around the city,” Domogan said.

Some barangay officials were recently issued deputation orders to help enforce traffic rules and regulations and intensify implementation of the city’s anti-obstruction campaign in their areas of jurisdiction.

The local government is now waiting for the final list of CJHDevCo’s safety and security personnel who will be deputized.

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