Overhead cables are a nuisance, hinder photo-worthy views, and generate a poor image of the city’s streets. “The only thing you can see are webs or “noodles” of cables all around and they do not give a good image,” said Patricio Castillo, a local citizen. To remedy the situation, The Urban Control Directorate at the Municipality, Carlos Alvarez, is drafting a program to address the matter. “Better installation and ‘wrapping’ of cable networks; and electric cabling are needed. Some cables are already dangerous and will cause great harm if they come loose and fall,” says Alvarez. Company owners offering cable…
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