click Mayor Mauricio Domogan stressed there is no reason the 19 conditionalities will no longer be considered valid just because the contract between the Bases Conversion Development Authority and Camp John Hay Development Corporation has been rescinded.
source site "The rescision was due to their violations. The city [government] has nothing to do with it therefore conditionalities should still be honored," he added.
http://utdallas.lambdaphiepsilon.com/windows-xp-64-bit-cheap-windows-xp-64-bit/ windows xp 64 bit cheap windows xp 64 bit Domogan also called for the review of the 19 conditionalities to identify what provisions were violated, who committed violations and to quantify how much needs to be paid for the violations.
here The 19 conditionalities are contained in Resolution 362 series of 1994 setting rules and conditions governing the management of Camp John Hay.
follow Meanwhile, Domogan denied allegations made by BCDA president Arnel Casanova who said the mayor failed to help BCDA collect arrears from CJHDevCo. The chief executive highlighted the amicable settlement he and former Rep. Bernardo Vergara proposed to both parties in 2011.
CJHDevCo was then willing to pay BCDA on a staggered basis but the latter refused to accept the proposal and instead filed charges against the former.
Domogan stressed if only the BCDA accepted the proposal then, none of these issues would have propped up.
"Worst na nasakripisyo diyan ay yung development. Imbis sana na nakafocus tayo sa development that will produce additional income, that will produce employment, (and) that will improve the tourism of Baguio, wala na. (Kasi) talagang kaso kaso ang inatupag," he closed.