The enjarre is falling apart, there are no spotlights or lamps that illuminate the interior of the enclosure and due to the lack of clients the dionisio rodriguez market he is staying alone.
Faced with this situation, the tenants of the market have requested that an urgent intervention be carried out to renew the roof, that the light be reconnected to the lamps and that in general it be given greater promotion, because in the absence of customers at least a dozen premises has been left empty.
Maria Elijah He is 42 years old as a merchant in the Dionisio Rodriguez Municipal Market. For her, the market already looks very deteriorated, and even, she said, a piece of clay fell on a tenant’s head. However, the people at the flour tortilla shop where this happened preferred not to talk about it.
For your part Esther Gutierrez It has been on the market for eight years. She sells homemade food. The woman said that she is just waterproofing the roof, but she feels that the property already looks very sad and for this reason the clientele has stopped coming, which has also influenced the merchants to leave their premises.
“The market is terrible, it lacks many things, the ceilings are falling down. There is no light on this side, the lamps here don’t work. The market is forgotten. I hope they do something to it, because if we don’t come over,” said the woman.
Both agreed that it is also necessary to spread the word to people from nearby neighborhoods so that they can go to the market to buy their goods such as vegetables, fruits, meat, tortillas, and even gift items, without leaving aside the stores of food.
Last August 8 THE REPORTER announced that, in an interview, the director of Municipal Markets, Ignacio Mestas Gallardo reported that the Dionisio Rodriguez Municipal Market It would be among the markets to intervene in a second stage, for which 83 million pesos have been budgeted.
In his first report of Government presented on September 14, the mayor Pablo Lemus Navarroannounced that the Department of Public Works of the Guadalajara City Council allocated 155 million 21 thousand 738 pesos, for the intervention of eight municipal markets, “which serve as the main source of supply of essential products for the families of Guadalajara.
The investment, he said, benefits 100 thousand visitors and tenants of the markets Mexicaltzingo, Mezquitán, Abastos, Flores Magón, Plutarco Elías Calles, Reforma, Manuel M. Diéguez and Mercado Libertad.
“Thanks to this we managed to improve safety conditions, prevent accidental risks and promote favorable conditions to increase local trade in these spaces,” the report said.
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