Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Establishment owners’ complaint on crowded commissioners and bancas in Boracay

Posted February 25, 2015
Written by Gloria Villas

“Too crowded”

This was the public complaint by some of the establishments in Station 3 Manoc-Manoc Boracay associated with the alleged crowded commissioners and bancas in the area.

According to a locale “concerned citizen”, the place looks like a “divisoria” (a market district in the City of Manila known for its wide assortment of low-priced goods and wholesale and bargain shopping which sidestreets containing the various shops, stalls and markets branch).

Thus, because of the massive number of commissioners and boats, it was being said that some establishment in the area are struggling in their business operations.

Indeed, according to a report, some of their foreign guests are also complaining since they cannot swim for fear of accident seeing as that a number of boats were docking in the area.

Meanwhile, this station also tried to interview the Chairman of the Committee on Tourism Industry, Trade, Economic Enterprise & Cooperatives SB Member Jupiter Aelred Gallenero but he does not answer the call.

In this regard, entrepreneurs are also hoping for the actions to these problems.

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