CEBU. Philippines – Mentioning lessening in gross revenues. at least 100 placard-bearing sellers from Lagtang Public Market yesterday forenoon trouped to the Talisay City Hall to appeal to Mayor Socrates Fernandez to reopen the old market in barangay Tabunok. It’s been about three months already since the sellers were moved to Lagtang Public Market. but since twenty-four hours one. they have been kicking about low gross revenues at the new location. “Daghan SA among mga kauban National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency tindera Air National Guard nanira na tungod sa kahinay SA halin. ” said Marivic Lasquete. frailty president of the fish subdivision sellers. Lasquete said since the transportation. their gross revenues have dropped from the norm of P1. 000 per twenty-four hours to P100. She said kids of these sellers have stopped traveling to school. “Kining kitaa di na gyud ni makasapal SA pagbayad SA among mga utang. ” she said. Sellers see the location of Lagtang Public Market as the chief ground why market-goers prefer the orbiter markets. Meanwhile. trike drivers. who earlier asked the metropolis authorities to re-open the Tabunok terminus. supported the rallying sellers. Tricycle driver Domingo Dela Rita. who attended yesterday’s rally. said the metropolis has to re-open the Tabunok terminus as most of their passengers’ finish is Tabunok.
He said since they normally have no Lagtang-bound riders. the metropolis should non coerce them to utilize the provided Lagtang terminus if the lone ground to travel at that place is to lade or unload riders. Lagtang is at least one kilometre from Tabunok. hence. most tricycle units while waiting for riders. are crammed in the busy streets of Tabunok. The study of the council commission on Laws submitted to the council yesterday. nevertheless. denied the re-opening of the old terminus. stating making it would be tantamount to go againsting the regulation which transferred the mention point to all trike units to Lagtang. The commission study was in relation to the proposed declaration of Councilor Val Ylanan which seeks for the re-opening of the old terminus. Meanwhile. Councilor Rodi Cabigas. for his portion. said they have yet to discourse with the council and the city manager the vendors’ entreaty.
But he said. returning them to the Tabunok market may be “unlikely” sing that the old construction is “no longer viable” being really dilapidated and insecure for the populace. In another development. the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Environment Management Bureau has found several environmental misdemeanors committed by the local authorities of Talisay City with respect to the building of its new public market in barangay Lagtang. During the proficient conference yesterday with several market sellers. trike drivers. LGU representatives and functionaries of the DENR it was found out that the new market has no solid waste direction and the site development program was non followed. Several sellers alleged that the new market blocked the river bottom. The DENR Land Management Services will carry on a study to find the veracity of the allegations. hypertext transfer protocol: //www. philstar. com/metro-cebu/750762/vendors-hold-protest-rally TABUNOK MARKET ROW
Tension flared up yesterday when members of the Ecological Solid Waste Management in Talisay City seized several goods sold by ambulatory sellers. Edwin Nierves. caput of the squad. was hit with an avocado thrown by the sellers. The goods were displayed at the side of the route near the Tabunok Public Market. which is a misdemeanor of a metropolis regulation. said Nierves. Nierves said sellers at the Tabunok market will be transferred to a new market in barangay Lagtang. a moved opposed by the sellers. Nora Carlos said they will non reassign to the new market for security grounds. She said the new market is built near a river. which is prone to inundation. Arturo Bas. the city’s public information officer. said the Tabunok public market will be closed on Monday. Supt. Eddie Recamara. head of the Talisay constabularies. said two platoons from the Cebu Provincial Police Office will be deployed when the Tabunok market will be closed.