Monday, November 17, 2014

LGU Malay surveys vegetation area because of “balot” vendors

Posted November 17, 2014
Written by Bert Dalida

Local Government Unit (LGU) Malay seems determined to rinse out the island of Boracay in terms of so-called erring vendors.

Thus, the Municipal Auxiliary Police (MAP) is now strictly implementing the Municipal Ordinance No. 181 Series of 2002, which wrapped up the vendors for left to right.

The ordinance stated, “It is illegal to deal within the vegetation area especially in the beach front and those who violated will have a competent penalties.”

Meanwhile, MAP Deputy Chief Rodito Absalon said: “Last Friday, an estimated of 20 manufactured “balot” has been confiscated in the long beach.”

Absalon clarified that they had been already implemented the said ordinance in the island and not because of the upcoming APEC Summit.

However some reports says that, most vendors got mad of the said confiscation which they considered as their source of living.

In addition, aside from “balot” vendors, MAP is also monitoring some of the vendors at the vegetation area.

Translated by Gloria Villas

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