Posted: Friday, September 4, 2020. 8:21 am CST.
By BBN Staff: The Belmopan City Council issued a statement a short while ago clarifying for the benefit of residents of Belmopan the circumstances surrounding the establishment of an unlicensed market project in the Garden City.
“Residents of Belmopan are informed that the site being informally introduced as an alternative to the current market day location has not yet received the proper licenses needed to conduct any business. This venue must go through the proper procedures to obtain its Trade License as all other businesses in Belmopan have done before it,” the release notes.
According to the Belmopan City Council, they are looking forward to working with the proprietors of this new business venture.
“We will treat them with the same due care and diligence with which we have treated all prospective business owners and business establishments that have come before them. The Council believes it is imperative that the market vendors be clearly notified that while we understand your struggles in the present circumstances and will continue working to optimize your ability to earn a living, you will not be allowed to sell any goods on or near this location until the requisite permits are in place.”
The Belmopan City Council end their statement by saying that, “there should be no business transactions at the impromptu market as this would be in violation of the Trade License Act of Belize and the Council reserves the right to pursue all available penalties under the laws of Belize.”
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