Bajadock: sounds like the street vendors won’t be eliminated, but, they will be regulated. What will that mean in practice? Careful, Image Committee, if you try to make First Street(aka Lopez Mateos) look like Rodeo Drive. Maybe I am in the minority. But, part of the charm of Ensenada is the street vendor scene. What will happen to the Super Viagra mascot? “One man’s trash…”
Effective August 1 business establishment on First Street may not offer their products on sidewalks, in addition to street vendors must remove their vehicles from them.
Upon integration Committee Image and Improving Urban, this was one of the topics discusses, so it was agreed to remove the products of the street. President of the Merchants Association Bouquet Tourist, Amador Arteaga Sahagun said that 31 July will be the last day traders to set up their stalls in the street. “We know that sidewalk sale was initiated in 2009 by the crisis that hit us and withdrawal of the ships, but, it is a good time because the passage of people on them is complicated, plus it generated unwanted for the area image.
Arteaga Sahagun recognized that for many years this condition is abused, seeking cope with peddling and also try to increase sales. July 31 everyone will put their merchandise and August 1 will not get anything, but, what is gained to Ensenada is the nearly 200 vendors of First Street that should be regularized”, he said.
Thus each of the persons exercising hawking, you must carry identification and a vest that will provide the Chamber of Commerce. Which aims to eradicate informal trade and unfair competition for area merchants.