He has revealed that they have been interviewing Market Administrator Jonil Matuguina to open the market for vacant positions so that they can legally sale their products.
Some will remain in the Tabo sa Banay.
Tears flowed between two vendor’s leaders, who sold Osmena boulevard near Metro Bank.
One of them said that her son had stopped attending school because they were struggling to make ends meet when they were allowed to sell a few weeks ago.
"We ask that we take care of only a small place and that we can only afford a small amount of our children to school”, according to the vendor.
“Mam, we beg, mam, to please let us back there even just the 2x2 space. We went to Tabo in Banay then we only sale few “, according to a cried mother who also sale foods in Colon Road.
Arce said they would call back to the vendors next week to fix all their problems and to resolve them.