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CDO market sidewalk sellers will remain there, says the mayor

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Maximum tolerance will be given to street vendors who cannot afford market booths so as not to interfere with their sources of revenue.

On Saturday night, the Cogon Public Market, the largest in the city, was inspected by Mayor Rolando Uy and other representatives from city hall.

He claimed that vendors did not have to practice “karate,” a term used locally to describe ejecting unlicensed sidewalk vendors.

“We’ll be as tolerant as possible. We’ll try our best to comprehend, “Uy stated in a conversation.

While some sellers obeyed and moved their goods, according to Uy, there are vendors who disregarded rules including the agreement to sell their goods outside the market’s premises.

From 6 p.m. till daybreak, sidewalk sellers are permitted to sell outside the public market, but their tables or displays may not exceed 1.5 meters and cannot block roads.

The increased traffic congestion that occurs when sidewalk vendors start selling during peak hours or as early as 5 p.m. has been a source of complaints from drivers.

According to Uy, the vendors will eventually be moved to a location where they won’t obstruct traffic or pedestrians.

Additionally, he urged vendors to remove their waste before leaving.

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