Imus city government has dedicated areas where displaced sidewalk vendors can relocate.
The Department of the Interior and Local Government’ (DILG) initiated the 60-day requirement starting July 29 for all local government units to empty sidewalks and roads.
President Duterte, in his State-of-the-Nation Address (SONA) in July, ordered the elimination of all kinds of obstructions on sidewalks and roads. The deadline is Sunday, Sept. 29.
80 percent of the Imus city’s sidewalks and roads have been cleaned and are free of obstructions caused by sidewalk vendors, public business structures, vehicles such as motorcycles, tricycles, cars, and jeepneys.
Imus LGU settles vendors to an area in the Imus Public Market Road among others. The city administration also held a reserved site for them on the side parking lot of the Imus City Sports Complex.
News source: Manila Bulletin