Tabuk City Mayor Darwin Estrañero assured residents that the soon-to-be-built Bulanao Public Market will not be a burden to taxpayers.
The Tabuk politiko made the remark amid criticisms hurled at the city government for pushing thru with the project amid the coronavirus disease (COVID19) pandemic.
Estrañero explained that P640-million Bulanao Public Market is expected to earn the city government P7 million annually.
He also said vendors will not be charged with exorbitant fees.
“They will be experiencing a win-win situation because of a spacious public terminal as well as commercial center with the following amenities: community mall, supermarket, hotel, two cinemas, restaurants, department stores, branded boutiques, financial services, vanity services, and entertainment area,” Estrañero said.