Issue of October 1, 2017
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P264K needed to light up site of night market extension
by PIO release

The local government needs at least P264,000 to light up the stretch of Perfecto St., which will be used as possible extension of the night market.

City Engineer Elpidio Garabiles informed Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan that the proposed amount will include the supply of light emitting diode.

Earlier, the Baguio City Market Authority (BCMA) approved the extension of the night market along Perfecto St. to accommodate the increasing number of walk in vendors and the number of individuals proposing to be included to vend regularly in the night market.

The BCMA ordered the City Engineering Office to immediately prepare the cost estimates for the lighting of Perfecto St. and the timetable to be followed so that the areas could be used to accommodate the walk in vendors who are always in the waiting list to vend in the night market along Harrison road.

Garabiles also forwarded the prepared cost estimates to City Treasurer Alex Cabarrubias for him to work out the funding that will be used for the project.

The BCMA will start screening qualified applicants for slots in the night market extension area once the measurement of the stalls and the lighting of the said area shall have been completed by the City Engineering Office.

However, Perfecto St. will only be used as a venue for vendors to sell dry goods to ensure cleanliness and sanitation in the area.

Garabiles proposed that the funds to be used in the marking and lighting of Perfecto St. could be sourced out from the trust fund of the night market operation so that the activities could be completed the soonest for qualified vendors to be able to occupy their designate slots after the tedious screening process.

The BCMA underscored the approval of the extension of the night market operation along Perfecto St. will help decongest the 500-meter stretch of Harrison road which is the site of the night market that will prevent the occurrence of petty crimes that affect the alleged laxed security in the night market operations.

A group has opposed the plan to extend the night market to Perfecto St.

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