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During the holiday season, Iloilo City allows sellers on the sidewalk.
To give vendors a chance to make money and give shoppers a variety of options this holiday season, the municipal government will temporarily let them occupy designated sidewalk spaces to sell their wares.
As of Tuesday, 259 sidewalk sellers have applied for a special permit, according to Jeck Conlu, head of the Public Safety and Transportation Management Office (PSTMO), although that number is anticipated to rise over the coming weeks.
In an interview on Tuesday, he stated, “Except during the pandemic, we always open the sidewalk for our sellers.
Iznart Street, from Po’s Marketing to Jollibee Iznart; J.M. Basa Street, from Socorro to Washington; Ledesma Street, from Unitop to the corner of F&C Pawnshop; and Delgado Street, from corner Merczi to Iloilo Supermart, are the streets where open sidewalk vending will be permitted, according to Mayor Jerry Treas’ Dec. 12 Executive Order 106-A.
Aside from the areas around Ledi Supermart in the Jaro district, Jocsin Street and Katilingban (M.H. Del Pilar Street) in the Molo district, and De Leon Street in front of the Mandurriao Police Station in the Mandurriao district, vendors may also set up shop in front of the SM Savemore on the Pious XII side of the Montinola Mansion and across from the Evangelical Church.
They must obtain a specific permit and have their immunization records on hand. They ought to put up a no and make sure that their rubbish is managed, said Conlu.
The Special Services Division will keep an eye on the sellers, he added, to make sure they adhere to the rules and don’t sell fireworks.
After December 31, they have to leave the neighborhood.
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