Malay exec mulls ban on drying underwear
“Maraming posters at advertisements ngmga companies ang nakadikit sa mgabakod, dapat i-regulate din natin, samga sari-sari stores lang dapat,” added Graf.(With a report from Akean Forum/PN) BORACAY – Residents in thisfamed-island resort and in mainland Malay, Aklan now would need to take extracare of their undies. “It is high time to regulate the drying of undies in public view. It has become an eyesore for tourists visiting the island,” says Councilor Maylyn Aguirre-Graf of Malay, Aklan. AKEAN FORUM “It is high time to regulate the drying of undies in public view inour town,” Graf said. “It has become an eyesore for tourists visiting theisland.” Residents nowadays use the traditionalmethod of drying laundry under the sun in their backyards to save householdelectricity consumption. But others noted this as an “unsightly practice.” Graf wanted to replicate BarangayMotag’s success across all barangays in the town, adding other countriesimposed rules and restrictions on the practice of hanging clothes on the line. Malay town councilor MaylynAguirre-Graf recently revived her proposal to ban hanging of drying underwearoutside one’s house. Meanwhile, Graf planned to limitposters and advertisements in the town to minimize its hazardous impact to theenvironment. The former barangay captain had beensuccessful in stopping the air-drying of clothes publicly in Barangay Motag,Malay.