Issue of October 1, 2017
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Execom meets for Oplan Kaluluwa
by Julie G. Fianza / PIO

The newly created executive committee for Oplan Kaluluwa 2017 met last week to prepare for the annual trek to the city cemeteries and memorial parks on Nov. 1 and 2.

Volunteer, medical, responders, and communication groups, reservists, barangay officials, girl and boy scouts attended the meeting together with City Treasurer Alex Cabarrubias, City Disaster and Risk Reduction Management Officer Yolanda Munar, and representatives from the Permits and Licensing Office, Health Services Office, and City Environment and Parks Management Office.

City Administrator Carlos Canilao said coordination between and among all offices would improve all planned activities.

Preparations include cemetery clean-up before and after All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day, installation of portalets during the activity, designation of parking areas for medical and emergency service vehicles, and assignment of selling areas for flowers and candles at the Ganza parking area at Burnham Park.

Members of the Public Order and Safety Division will be posted in strategic places to prevent itinerant vendors within the cemetery. They will also be posted in exit areas.

Baguio City Police Office Director Ramil Saculles said there is a need to improve on the strategies implemented last year, such as sharing of volunteer areas, the need for directional traffic signs to tourist areas, strict implementation of the no-parking scheme and traffic management within the cemetery, and assignment of crowd control and additional parking and maneuvering space for ambulances in case of emergency.

Saculles said a walk-through which was done also last year, at the city cemetery’s entrance to exit would ascertain security assignment among the police and force multipliers.

A follow-up meeting will be held the second week of October.

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