DENR Chief Orders Inventory Of Houses And Businesses In Baguio City

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Baguio’s Quirino Hill showing houses now standing where Pine trees and sunflowers used to provide a breath-taking view. (Photo by The Adobo Chronicles)

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Baguio Bureau) – Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu has ordered his regional staff to make an inventory of Pine trees in Baguio City, following the series of the government’s rehabilitation efforts in some tourist spots in the country.

Cimatu was guest speaker at the alumni homecoming of the Philippine Military Academy in this summer capital.

But when he was informed by his staff that there’s not much Pine trees left to count, Cimatu revised his standing order and asked instead for an inventory of houses and business establishments now standing where Pine trees used to tread.

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