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Conditions for taking over kiosks and market stalls

PICT0006 (Press release) Jimena’s Department of Local Development, headed by Fernando Gómez, is preparing the bases on which various kiosks and market stalls in the village and Los Ángeles will be tendered.>PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ITEMS SUCH AS THIS MAY BE SUBJECT TO SUBSCRIPTION IN THE FUTURE but you can make a donation NOW, too! Please click here for more information on how to help us continue. (This item was translated)

A total of 13 stalls and kiosks are to be offered for tender at locations including the market in Estación, Plaza Práxedes Gómez, also in Los Ángeles (née Estación), market stalls at Plaza El Mirador, presently under renovation, and kiosks at Plaza de la Constitución and El Risco.

The Council is preparing a pliego de condiciones (conditions for exploitation) that, according to Gómez, will be ‘transparent’. Although the bases are yet to be defined and forms printed, the Council will be asking that those persons interested in taking any of these places over are registered for the Impuesto de Actividades Económicas (IAE – Economic Activity Tax) and have their carnet de manipulador de alimentos (food handler’s card, available from the Health Centre).

Other conditions will depend on several factors including a scale of the needs of the applicant and his/her business background. Another condition is what is to be sold at each spot, to avoid duplication and promote diversity.(If you enjoyed this article, or found it useful, please consider making a donation to JimenaPulse. Click here for more information.)

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