Mayor Domogan orders inventory of tombs affected by new cemetery road
Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan has ordered the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO) to conduct an inventory of the tombs that will be affected by the new road network going to the public cemetery extension.
The Baguio politiko said a new road will be constructed to connect the old public cemetery to the four-hectare Brillantes property.
The Brillantes property, which was acquired by the Baguio city government almost 20 years ago, will be the site of the public cemetery extension.
“We have to consider using the Brillantes property as the immediate expansion of our public cemetery through the putting in place of the road network so that the area will be properly zoned to accommodate the increasing number of individuals being buried in the said area,” Domogan said.
The public cemetery extension will also house a new crematorium.#
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