After the merrymaking during the Kadayawan Festival, power interruptions in the city are back this week until the end of the month, Davao Light announced Wednesday.
The Davao Light and Power Company today said it will now discontinue the scheduling of rotating power interruptions as the power supply situation improved within its franchise starting Wednesday in time for the Kadayawan Festival.
Davao Light and Power Corporation (DLPC) is still not lifting its implementation of 3 to 4 hours power interruptions during peak periods and an hour during off peak due to the continuing Preventive Maintenance Servicing of a unit of STEAG until August 16.
The Davao Light and Power Co. (DLPC) announced Friday that they are extending the length of the rotating power interruptions due to the shortage in power supply.
Residents in the northwestern and northern villages of the city are advised to store water as the Davao City Water District scheduled water service interruptions starting Friday night until Sunday.
Low water levels of Lake Lanao and Agus and Pulangi dams continue to drop, causing lower power supply in Mindanao areas.
After a mass poisoning of children involving repacked durian candies, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) here ordered the candy manufacturer to pull out its products from the market and surrender it as soon as possible.
The chairperson of the committee on health Councilor Joselle Villafuerte on Tuesday, said the city needs a more comprehensive food safety ordinance after the issues of fake rice, fake rice noodles, and poisonous durian candies hit the city.
City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte during his program Sunday, warned fake rice importers to stop importing products that may harm the consumers.
Department of Trade and Industry said that an estimate of P17.3 trillion in investments will be hitting the city this year, which will fund the construction of world-class, multi-billion projects such as roads, sports facilities, bridges, and parks.
Davao Light and Power Co. (DLPC) announced that the rotating power interruptions has been increased from one hour up to a maximum of one hour and 30 minutes starting Tuesday.
Second district City Councilor Danilo Dayanghirang on Tuesday urged the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) not to immediately implement an increase in zonal valuation here.