Monday, 16 April 2007

Anne Moran uses the gutter press to get the traders cranky

The Central Market is only open when the rich, lazy and complacent storeholders can be bothered to lift the tarps up over their produce. That's only 3 1/2 days a week and, like a old whore, never on a Sunday.
Those storeholders must be so rich that they're not interested in money or service except when it suits them. How privileged.
Wouldn't it be lovely to just work 3 1/2 days a week and snub your nose at paying customers.
The rest of us work longer and stranger hours and we need to spend money when it suits us, but not at The Central Market.
On a recent Sunday 3000 cars brought 10,000 people to walk through a closed market at which they were unable to spend their money.
Councillor Anne Moran says:
“It could go.
That's always a possibility.
It's fabulous real estate.
It could go the way of the East End Market apartments”
Anne Moran urges the stallholders to realise that: "
“We are them.
The council is the market.
It's our building and our business and
the stallholders work for us."

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