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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Davao Light: City prohibits streamers on electric posts

Sample Photo: Electric post on Gorordo Ave. in Cebu City from gallery.sunstar.com.ph


Davao Light and Power Company remind the general public that the installation or display of any advertising and promotional materials on any of its electrical poles is prohibited.
Way back in 2000, the local government of the city of Davao passed the Ordinance No. 092, series of 2000 otherwise known as the Signage Ordinance, which covers the restriction of outdoor advertising and other related purposes on electrical posts.
Davao Light supports the said city ordinance and integrates the removal of streamers and unnecessary attachments on its electrical poles as part of its standard operations.
The presence of these streamers may pose as a risk hazard on both our crews conducting maintenance operations and the public. These have been hanging materials may also affect the efficiency of the electric utility's distribution system.

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