Wednesday, April 17, 2024

River vendors moved


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ALL THE VENDORS who plied their trade within the redevelopment zone at the River Bus Terminal have been relocated.

And at least two of the ten sellers who were ordered to move to facilitate the Constitution River Terminal Development Project have settled into new locations within the environs of the terminal.

The relocation was originally scheduled to take place last November 6 but that deadline was extended to January 3 this year.

When the SUNDAY SUN visited the area recently, some of the recently moved shops, which were placed closer to the pedestrian bridge that connects the Nursery Drive van stand to River Road, were not in operation. However, two of the vendors that were open for business spoke to the team. (LT)


Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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