I saw this notice stuck on a traffic light from the bus this morning.
These notices are stuck along lamp posts and walls when a temple parade is going to pass by this area. As well as including the blessings 「國泰民安」(a secure country and safety for the people), 「合境平安」(Peace for everyone and everything), 「風調雨順」（No rain or wind) and a fourth I can’t quite make out 「? 去? 千 ?」, the basic information is listed:
Dianzai Street (lit. Vendor Street) God of the Earth Temple Notice
The God of the Earth (also known by the name Tudigong, but here Fudezhengshen) is set
on the 2nd day of the 2nd month of the 106th year (sic.) of the lunar calendar
on the 2nd day of the 2nd month of the 106th year of the Republic of China
to tour the streets on inspection.
What should be noted here, is that according to the lunar calendar, this is the 丁酉 year, not the 106th year (a borrowing from the National calendar).
There’s also what I think is probably either a mistake, or an attempt to render the notice in Taiwanese, with the use of the character 「蹺」 (qiao1) instead of 「遶」 or 「繞」 (both variants of each other) in the phrase 「繞境」。
A quick Google search can confirm that it was probably a mistake, as there are only 1,390 results for 「蹺境」 overall, and only one result in a news search. Whereas 「遶境」 produces 515,000 results overall, and 85,200 results in a news search, and 「繞境」 produces 423,000 results overall, and 17,700 results in a news search.