The public toilets in Waipu Fishing Port were covered with fault notices, and the county government: only two were broken, and the manufacturer did not inspect them carefully.
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(Photo by reporter Cai Zhengmin)
[Reporter Cai Zhengmin/Miaoli Report] Waipu Fishing Port in Houlong Town, one of the important tourist fishing ports in Miaoli County, was previously found to be covered with "failure do not use" notices on public toilets, causing tourists and nearby residents to be dumbfounded, thinking that a tourist fishing port had actually appeared. The public toilets are almost in bad light condition too outrageous.
The Fisheries Division of the Agriculture Department of the Miaoli County Government responded that only two of them were broken after inspection, mainly because the outsourced manufacturers who inspected them did not check them carefully and posted fault notices, which will be reviewed.
The Fisheries Division of the Agriculture Department of the Miaoli County Government said that after receiving the report, it sent staff to inspect and found that most of the toilets and urinals that were marked as malfunctioning could be used continuously. After carefully inspecting whether the function of the public toilet is normal, a fault announcement is posted, causing misunderstanding.
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The Fisheries Division of the Agriculture Department of the Miaoli County Government emphasized that more staff will be dispatched to conduct regular inspections in the future to clarify whether the public toilets in the fishing port under the jurisdiction of Miaoli County are operating normally, so as to avoid the recurrence of related situations, so as not to scare tourists and the public, thinking that there is nowhere to go.” convenient".
Local residents criticized that it was dumbfounding to see the public toilets covered with signs before. After all, the Waipu Fishing Port is an important tourist fishing port. If the public toilets cannot be properly maintained, how can tourism be promoted.
Residents also said that since the reasons are now clarified, they hope that the county government can pay more attention to the hardware facilities of the fishing port in the future, so that similar situations will not occur again.