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Baguio market porters support city’s clean and green initiative
by PIO release

Hundreds of porters at the city public market expressed their support to the local government’s clean and green campaign and to reduce the volume of pickpocketing incidents in the market.

The commitment of the porters was made during recent consultations conducted by the committee on market, trade, commerce, and agriculture chaired by Councilor Leandro B. Yangot, Jr.

Yangot assured the porters that cash rewards will be given to those who can arrest individuals involved in pickpocketing.

“We are grateful to our porters who were willing to be organized and become active supporters of the local government in the strict implementation of cleanliness and orderliness in the public market. We have to tap our porters who will serve as our force multipliers to make sure that market goers will be protected from those taking advantage of market goers,” Yangot said.

Earlier, 750 porters from the different sections of the public market heeded the call of the local government for them to assist officials and law enforcers in the implementation of ordinances, rules, and regulations to guarantee cleanliness and orderliness around the market.

Yangot added after the organization of the porters is completed, the council committee will look into the possibility of issuing the required color-coded identification cards for easy identification.

He said the porters play a key role in keeping the market clean and orderly because they extend assistance not only to the stallholders and vendors but also to residents and tourists.


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