SAP Bong Go Tarpaulins Removed In Silay City Public Plaza
The Silay City government took down the tarpaulins of SAP bong Go in the public plaza of the city, according to Mayor Mark Golez.
Mayor Mark J. Golez of Silay City in Negros Occidental wrote on his Facebook page that the city government took down the tarpaulin of Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Bong Go posted in the city’s plaza.
The government’s action in removing the tarpaulin was pursuant to the City Ordinance No. 02, Series of 1997.
The City Ordinance was entitled:
“An Ordinance Regulating Advertisements by Means of Signboards, Billboards, Posters, Paintings on Walls, Slides in Movies, Handbills, Leaflets, Streamers, Electric or Neon Lights, Display Stand and Others of the Same Nature and Prescribing a Permit Fee and Other Regulating Fees Thereof”.
The ordinance requires anyone who wanted to display outdoor signs to file an application first to the City Engineer’s Office.
The City Government was constrained to take down the tarpaulin since no applications were filed at the Office of City Engineer.
The post also explained that the removal of the tarpaulin does not intend to offend anyone.
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