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Playground made of old electric poles mulled

THE CITY government, Davao Light and Power Co. Inc. (DLPC), and Aboitiz Foundation Inc. will sign a memorandum of agreement (MOA) for the construction of a playground facility made of used wooden poles.

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Lawmakers to inspect Ma-a slaughterhouse on foul odor

The City Council’s committee on environment and natural resources is set to conduct an inspection on the Ma-a slaughterhouse.

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City Council to probe PLDT copper wire theft

THE COMMITTEE on transportation and communications will look into the massive stealing of copper wires, which reportedly contributed to the slow Internet connection.

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Lawmakers approve P1.2b SB 1

The City Council approved on suspended rules on Tuesday the first supplemental budget (SB1) for this year amounting to 1.2 billion.

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City asks PRRD to declare Aug. 17 and 20 as holidays

The City Council on June 13 approved under suspended rules a resolution requesting President Rodrigo Duterte to declare Aug. 17 and 20, 2018 as holidays in Davao City in celebration of the Kadayawan Festival 2018.

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City Council supports Dengue Awareness Month

THE CITY Council has passed a resolution supporting the observance of the Dengue Awareness Month in June every year

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Pulong to file criminal, civil charges vs Trillanes

FORMER City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte has vowed to file criminal and civil complaints against opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes for implicating him in the controversial P6.4-billion shabu smuggling last year.

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Rush hour

The City Council has passed a resolution urging City Hall to immediately act on the defective traffic lights in the city.


City looking for investors for 3 satellite terminals

The proposed three satellite terminals in the city to decongest the Davao City Overland Transport Terminal (DCOTT) in Ecoland are now open for private investors.

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Council to NCIP: Affirm Codilla as IPMR

The City Council urged the National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) to issue a certificate to affirm Cherry Ann Ortiz-Codilla as the indigenous peoples’ mandatory representative (IPMR) in the city.

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