Mazatlan to regulate the semi-fixed sellers that monopolize the public thoroughfare in Juárez


The leader of the tenants of the Mercado de la Juárez points out that there are merchants who could be “overlapped” by someone because they do not have permits

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Around the Miguel Hidalgo municipal market, in the Benito Juárez neighborhood, semi-fixed sellers are monopolizing much more land than they commonly occupied and even some do not have permission, denounced Bernardo Osuna Zamora, president of the Union of Tenants of this enclosure.

“(We request) more than anything to put a little more order with all the ambulance. The truth is that eventual permits are being released, especially on Sundays. Sundays is chaos, ”he said.

The leader of the tenants said that it has detected between eight and 10 premises “new and without permission” and that some of those previously installed occupied only two meters but that today there are those who have monopolized up to seven or eight meters in the Street.

“I think it is an abuse that or they are overlapped by someone. I think they do have to place an order out there. ”

“Someone puts them as eventual as well,” said Osuna Zamora.

Source: reaccion informativa

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