Issue of November 10, 2019
     
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Plans readied for recovery of city properties from settlers
by Jessa Mardy P. Samidang / PIO

Open spaces titled under the name of the city government will be reclaimed from informal settlers as city officials are now focused on turning idle real properties into potential investment sites.

The Asset and Property Management Division of the City General Services Office said the city owns 16 open spaces outside the central business district.

Portions of these open spaces occupied by informal settlers include a 3,879-square meter lot along Extension Road adjoining Leonilla Hill Road; a 774-sq.m. lot along Cosmos/Daisy St. in Amparo Heights; and another 1,497 square meters lot near the warehouse of Tea House Pastries.

Supervising Administrative Officer Arnulfo Baldos of the Asset and Property Management Division of GSO said they found out that informal settlers occupy these properties while they were updating the assets record and ocular inspection of the city properties.

The properties were presented to the city management committee chaired by Mayor Benjamin Magalong and co-chaired by City Administrator Bonifacio dela Peña.

The committee members agreed that the City Buildings and Architecture Office should issue notices to vacate prior to the demolition of the illegal structures.

Some of the properties were developed as basketball court while others were established as parks.

Magalong said the city needs to review how its properties are used to fit the current needs of the city, particularly the need to establish parking buildings and an area for the Bureau of Fire Protection’s main office and the expansion of the Baguio public cemetery.


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