Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez led in the opening of the Tacloban North Market located in Barangay 106 which will serve as the trading post among farmers located in the northern part of the city. Joining the city mayor were Councilors Aimee Grafil, Leo Bahin, and Dalisay Erpe, city agriculture officer Alfredo Camposano, and market superintendent Joel Bugho. (CIO)

TACLOBAN CITY-City Mayor Alfred S. Romualdez together with Committee Chairperson on Market Councilor Dalisay Erpe led the formal opening of Tacloban North Market held at the City Hall North Extension grounds in Brgy.106 Sto. Niño on August 31, Saturday.
In his speech, Mayor Romualdez shared that the launching of the market is part of his vision for the Northern barangays. Also, he revealed that the programs and services that the city government is providing for northern part of the city are all for the convenience of the resettled communities.
Apart from the launching, the distribution of farm hand tractors to the nine farmer associations and awarding of market stalls at Supermarket for the 12 farmer associations and vendors were also highlighted.
“Taboan ha Norte Tacloban,” will serve as ‘bagsakan’ or trading center for farmers in the north and will have its “Market Day” every Saturday of the week from 4:00 to 6:00 in the morning.
Present during the opening were Councilors Aimee Grafil and Leo Bahin, City Agriculture Office Head Alfredo Camposano, OIC Market Superintendent Joel Bugho and other department heads. (CIO)