Chicken dung trad­ing closed anew

Sun.Star Baguio - - Front Page - Lau­ren Alimondo

THE third time, a clo­sure or­der of chicken dung trad­ing op­er­a­tion was served by of­fi­cials of La Trinidad at Si­tio Tili, barangay Shi­lan.

Closed to 50 men and women com­posed of Barangay Peace­keep­ing Ac­tion Team, mayor’s of­fice, busi­ness per­mit and li­cens­ing of­fice, and the La Trinidad Mu­nic­i­pal Po­lice Sta­tion im­ple­mented the clo­sure or­der.

The clo­sure or­der was served on Oc­to­ber 9 to­gether with the in­stal­la­tion of some 13 wooden and me­tal posts and barb wire within the trad­ing area to stop the op­er­a­tions of chicken dung trad­ing.

“This es­tab­lish­ment be­ing op­er­ated by Rose Maliones is closed by virtue of the clo­sure or­der no.03 of 2018 in vi­o­la­tion of chicken dung trad­ing/stor­age. Unau­tho­rized

of the no­tice is pun­ish­able by law,” the sig­nage reads signed by Mayor Romeo Salda.

The clo­sure or­der was is­sued as trad­ing and stor­age of chicken dung busi­ness re­main pro­hib­ited in the Benguet cap­i­tal town and de­clared pub­lic nui­sance per se by the Re­gional Trial Court.

The clo­sure or­der was re­ceived by Rose Maliones who also ap­pealed for the chicken dung op­er­a­tion of Mele­cio Orig to be also closed.

To re­call, the Re­gional Trial Court Brach 62 ruled de­nial ad­dress­ing the is­suance of tem­po­rary re­strain­ing or­der and writ of pre­lim­i­nary in­junc­tion prior to the clo­sure or­der of chicken dung op­er­a­tions is­sued against of­fi­cials of La Trinidad last June 2018.

Judge Danilo Ca­ma­cho stated the va­lid­ity of the ad­min­is­tra­tive or­der of for­mer mayor Gre­go­rio Aba­los Jr. pro­hibit­ing the sale, dis­posal and stor­age of chicken dung in La Trinidad.

“Un­less Ad­min­is­tra­tive Or­der No. 008 s.2010 has been amended, al­tered or ren­dered in­valid, the same re­mains ef­fec­tive. Thus, prop­erty rights be­ing as­serted by Plain­tiffs as to the uti­liza­tion of the lot must bow to the Ad­min­is­tra­tion or­der that was is­sued by the mu­nic­i­pal­ity of La Trinidad in the ex­er­cise of its po­lice power,” the or­der adds.

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