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ORDINANCE NO. 2001-062 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE OPERATIONS OF TRANSIENT AND AMBULANT VENDORS AT THE CENTRAL BUS TERMINAL AT CBD II, NAGA CITY:- Author: Hon. Simeon F. Adan Be it ordained by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of the City of Naga, that: SECTION 1. – This ordinance shall cover all persons doing business in the Central Bus Terminal of CBD II more particularly the transient and ambulant vendors therein who sell all kinds of goods inside the premises of the terminal and those proximate to it within the radius of at least ten (10) meters of the terminal’s peripheral walls, flooring and stairs. SECTION 2. – All those vendors referred to herein who have maintained stalls unauthorized by the City before the promulgation of this Ordinance shall without exception be relocated temporarily to a place inside the terminal and their stalls shall now be built attached to the walls as are indicated in the Floor Plan, a copy of which is attached and forming part of this ordinance in such a manner that the same temporary stalls shall not in any manner prejudice the operations of the regularly built being rented by legitimate and permanent stall owners of the Central Bus Terminal. SECTION 3. – It shall be understood that no relocated transient or ambulant vendors referred to in Section 2 herein shall engage in an eatery business nor sell food products in their stalls so relocated. SECTION 4. – All ambulant vendors who peddle their wares without a stall given to them shall be allowed to do so provided, that they do not sell their goods within a distance of at least two (2) meters from the relocated stalls referred to in Section 2 above. These ambulant vendors shall be provided with Identification Cards (IDs) for this purpose and shall pay a "plasada" to the Task Working Group in a uniform amount of Ten (P10.00) Pesos daily. ORDINANCE NO. 2001-062 Series 2 0 0 1 Page – t w o –
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SECTION 5. – Classification of the Temporary Stalls: These newly relocated stalls referred to in Section 2 herein belonging to then transient and ambulant vendors shall be limited each to a size of not more than one (1) meter wide and one and a half (1½) meters long or one and a half (1½) square meters in areas; These stalls shall be classified as Class A for those nearer the customers from buses and Class B for those of farther distance as are indicated in the Floor Plan mentioned in Section 2 herein and being made an integral part of this Ordinance; This classification is made solely for the purpose of charging rental fees to said temporary stalls prior to their subsequent relocation when the city completes the permanent relocation area of these transient vendors; Assignment of temporary stalls herein to former transient and ambulant vendors shall be made by means of a raffle on lottery or by any other means considered fair and just to all concerned and agreeable to all parties concerned.
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  • Fall '14
  • Central business district, Bicol Region, Naga City, bicol central station, central bus terminal

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