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Stall holders in two talipapa markets relocated to Kadiwa

Stall holders in two talipapa markets relocated to Kadiwa

TACLOBAN CITY – The Business Permits and Licenses Division and the Market Operations Office in Tacloban City are working to relocate vendors from two Talipapa markets to the Kadiwa Market. The joint clearing operation aims to remove sidewalk vendors who do not have business permits and regulate the flow of commerce in the market.

The relocation of vendors from the Old Road Sagkahan and 62-B Talipapa markets to the Kadiwa Market was necessary as the former locations were not in compliance with regulatory requirements. The vendors were relocated to Magallanes' Kadiwa Market to continue their livelihood.

The vendors are now required to pay a daily fee of 20 pesos per square meter based on their occupancy at the Kadiwa Market. This fee is in accordance with City Ordinance No. 245, also known as the Market Code, which requires all authorized markets to comply with the necessary documentation. There are five authorized markets in Tacloban City, including the Kadiwa Market, Tarcela, Shopping Center, San Jose, and the North Market.

According to Danilo Alajas, OIC-Market Operations, 61% of stall holders in the five authorized markets have renewed their permits, which include requirements such as Barangay Clearance, Cedula, Police Clearance, Voter's ID or Voter's Certificate from COMELEC, and an application letter.

The Market Operations Office is also pursuing other initiatives to improve sales in the market, resolve ongoing problems, and maintain quality service for customers. –iTacloban (Source: TCIO)

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