The residents of Calles Alfonso Cordero and Miguel Cordero Díaz and Manuel J. Calle are sick and tired of tripping over tv cables on their sidewalks and are asking the municipality to do something about it. The cables are hanging low from power polls and lying loose in streets and sidewalks, where they connect to other underground cables. Neighbors say they pose a hazard to pedestrians and are asking the city to intervene. Besides safety problems, they say the tangle of cables is an eyesore. The residents have asked the television companies to fix the problem but, so far, the…
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