The Castries Constituency Council is set to unveil a new plan for vending in the city.
According to Mayor Peterson Francis the plan calls for the removal of all metal stalls on city sidewalks and a new policy restricting stalls from being left on the roadside overnight.
The Mayor said the council was implementing a uniformed plan to make Castries clean and attractive.
The iron stalls, he said, pose a danger to the public.
“So you will come in the morning, set up your thing, you are leaving and you will go with your stuff, Mayor Francis stated. “The city must look like a city,” he said.
The CCC plans to hold a meeting with city vendors to apprise them of the new plans ahead of its implementation.
Another measure which the CCC hopes will improve the attractiveness of the city is the implementation of parking meters.
The Mayor revealed that the meters had already been ordered and would be arriving on island soon. He said the meter installation exercise will be preceded by a public sensitization campaign.