2K employment will be created in Baguio as a result of big-ticket initiatives.
When the city government here begins implementing a number of large-scale infrastructure projects in collaboration with the national government, it intends to create 2,000 employment.
“The project financed by the local government, national government, and others are expected to generate roughly 2,000 jobs,” said Aileen Refuerzo, chief city information officer, on Monday.
A sports complex at the Baguio Athletic Bowl, which includes the rehabilitation of the tennis court, outdoor archery range, swimming pool bleachers, and office building, comfort rooms, coffee shop, storage areas, and mini-conference room; isolation hub; outdoor wall climbing facilities; skate park; development of Wright Park, Bayan Park, and Eco-Park; multi-level greenhouse at Botanical Garden; Green Walks pr
The city market development, intermodal transportation facility, development of abattoir with cold storage facility, Mines View Park glass walk, cable car and elevated monorail, and smart city mobility system are all planned as part of the public-private partnership (PPP).
According to Refuerzo, the municipal council is also planning the restoration of the drainage system, which is set to go out to bid this year.
“These projects will be pursued,” she stated, “but the reaction to Covid-19 (coronavirus illness 2019) will remain a priority.”
“The city is focused not just on Covid-19 management but also on our recovery, and this year, we’ll demonstrate how successfully our city will recover and rebuild in many ways,” she said.
“2022 is a landmark year for Baguio City’s recovery with a lot of developments in store,” Magalong was quoted as saying in a news release released by the city.
“Despite being hit by yet another (coronavirus illness) outbreak, we remain optimistic that we will have a successful year this year since we have so much to look forward to.” “We expect our economy to improve this year, and at the same time, we have a number of strategic initiatives that will take off,” the mayor stated.
He believes that while the first quarter of the year will be difficult for the city as a whole, Baguio will be able to overcome the problems posed by the Omicron form of Covid-19.
According to Magalong, the city wants to start implementing numerous key development projects that have been in the works for the past three years.
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