More Brown Outs



The Davao Light and Power Company (DLPC), the main power distributor here and nearby provinces in the region, is bent to continue its rotating brownout schedules should there be no enough rainfall next month when Mindanao’s coal-fired thermal power plant will undergo preventive maintenance.
Engineer Rodger Velasco, the firm’s vice president for engineering, said the power distribution of DLPC will be affected if the Mindanao coal-fired thermal power plant in Iligan City will undergo maintenance, and as contingency measures, they have to fully run their hydroelectric plants.
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Police and military officers affirmed the big contribution of the gun ban implementation to the conduct of peaceful and orderly elections in this city. Speaking at the regular AFP-PNP Press Corps briefing at the Task Force Davao Headquarters at the Sta. Ana Wharf here, Senior Supt. Rene Aspera, director of the Davao City Police Office, said the gun ban has limited the movement of individuals with criminal intent to roam around the city. He said even gun enthusiasts opted to keep their firearms because of the gun ban policy. “The carrying of firearms by unauthorized persons was truly observed. Perhaps, the awareness of the consequences of violating the gun ban policy is high, so many gun-holders, including criminal elements, were restrained,” Aspera said.
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