Baguio mayor Domogan ready to sit with solon-elect Go to improve state of city

BAGUIO CITY -– Re-elected third termer Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan said he will initiate talks with Representative-elect Mark Go to be able to find ways on how they can work together for the welfare of city residents and guarantee the synchronization of programs and projects that will contribute to bring the city to greater heights.

Domogan ran under the umbrella of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) and the Timpuyog ti Baguio local coalition while Go was the standard-bearer of the Nationalista Party – Nationalist Peoples Coalation (NP-NPC).

Domogan said there is a need for the city officials to be aggressive in the implementation of priority development projects to address the major concerns of the city so that there will be significant gains in the identified solutions to the existing problems of the city.

On Friday, May 13, Go said he is willing to sit down with the new set of city officials to plan strategic actions for specific programs and projects of the local government unit (LGU).

Go said added that he was molded to be a team player by virtue of his experience in the private sector that is why he finds no problem in adjusting to the prevailing situation in the city.

Go believes in unity and teamwork to attain utmost attention to the city’s priority issues and concerns considering that the alignment of programs should be the first step towards gaining headway in meeting the plight of the local residents for such problems to have permanent solutions.

This administration will be confronted with the search for a permanent solutions to the city’s garbage disposal concerns; easing the worsening traffic congestion in the central business district; and improving the state of the environment and address rapid urbanization.

Both Domogan and Go appealed to the people for their support to the new set of city officials so that they can effectively and efficiently implement their priority projects beneficial in addressing identified priority programs of the local government. PNA/