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Quezon Memorial Circle now ‘tiangge-free’
The Quezon City Memorial Circle is now "tiangge-free" following the clearing operations in the park.
This means that Quezon City’s residents and visitors can enjoy a more people-friendly park, as the days of flea markets or tiangge in QMC are finally over.
Mayor Belmonte earlier visited the park and ordered the eviction of the vendors after the flea market’s permit expired on June 30.
The organizer of the flea market and food stores in QMC on Monday immediately complied and removed their wares on Monday, 05 August 2019.
Food stalls beside the QMC covered court has also vacated QMC, while the restaurants and food stores surrounding the playground were given until August 18 to leave their areas.
The clearing of flea market and food stores in QMC is part of Mayor Belmonte’s plan to redevelop QMC and make it an environmental and people-friendly park.
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