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Groundbreaking for Carbon project set for March 17
The ground-breaking activity will be done just in time when Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella will return to work at the City Hall accordingly.

Groundbreaking for Carbon project set for March 17

Caecent No-ot Magsumbol (The Freeman) - March 9, 2021 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines — Relocation of vendors at Freedom Park and Warwick Barracks is set to take place soon as the redevelopment project of the Carbon Market is scheduled to break ground on March 17.

The ground-breaking activity will be done just in time when Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella will return to work at the City Hall accordingly.

“Ground-breaking is March 17, si Mayor mobalik naman sa office pagka 15,” said Cebu City Market Operations Division (MOD) chief Irvin Caballes in an interview yesterday.

Not less than 600 vendors are expected to be relocated to Unit 2 of the interim building. Based on their initial inventory, however, all affected vendors will fit into the relocation site.

Inventory of vendors and stalls is still being finalized by the Carbon Market Oversight Committee as of press time.

Aside from that, all vendors under Unit 1, 2 and 3 will also be part of the inventory.

Caballes said there will be an inventory for both regular stall holders and the ambulant ones.

This is part of the oversight committee’s plan to update the permanent ambulant vendors to a regular stall holder.

Cabelles said under the relocation site, consumers will have easier access to goods and sectioning will be properly set.

“Mas sayon na lang nya ang pagpangompra sa Units 1 and 2 kay sa atong initial nga plano sa relocation sa Unit 1 and 2, sectioning to be implemented, isda, gulay adto gyud na sa Unit 1 including ambulant vendors,” said Cabelles.

Those in Calderon Street area will also to be placed under Unit 1.

“Kay hawanan ang Calderon extension nga wala nay vendors diha,” said Cabelles. — Decemay P. Padilla, GMR (FREEMAN)

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