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Disaster drill on July 14

THE DAVAO City Risk Reduction and Management Office (DCRRMO) will hold a city-wide earthquake and tsunami drill on July 14.

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Mere possession of terror propaganda materials included in proposed law

LAWMAKERS want to expand the two proposed anti-terror ordinances to include the mere possession of propaganda material.

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City starts inspecting businesses, taxi firms over anti-smoking law

THE LOCAL government’s Vice Regulation Unit (VRU) is now focused on inspecting local business establisments to determine if they

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Ordinance seen to quash unfair taxi stops in malls

A LAWMAKER said he will look into the city’s Anti-Discrimination Ordinance to address the concern on the taxi system in front of the

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Assisting PWDs

Council okays ordinance for firms to set assistance desk to PWDs THE CITY Council yesterday approved on final reading an ordinance requiring tourism enterprises and some government offices to provide frontline services to effectively

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400 IDPs recorded in the city

OVER 400 internally-displaced persons (IDPs) from Marawi City have been listed to have temporarily take shelter in the city.

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CTTMO enforcement of ban on PUV limited to inspections

THE CITY Transportation and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) will serve as support force in the implementation of the Land Transportation

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Coordinating team created for juvenile intervention program

MAYOR Sara Duterte-Carpio issued an executive order creating the local project management team to take charge in the formulation of the Comprehensive

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Security equipment purchase to be completed before August

THE CITY government is targeting the procurement of security equipment to be completed before the month of August.

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CPDO: No hitch in SMC, foundation’s housing for informal settlers

THE CITY Planning and Development Office (CPDO) said the pilot vertical housing program for informal settlers is going along smoothly.

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