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The President of the St Lucia Vendors and Dry Goods Association has shot back at the Chairman of the Castries Constituencies Council following an appeal against the illegal tapping of electricity.

In a statement released on Monday Peterson Francis noted that the CCC had every reason to believe claims that certain tenants were stealing electricity. He described that act as very disappointing and urged retailers operating from the Vendors arcade to desist from the practice.

But Isaac has responded to the Mayor’s assertion as irresponsible, especially in the absence of an investigation or evidence to suggest wrong doing by Vendors.

In response to the Mayor’s calls for an intervention from Isaac with his members, The Vendors Association President says he will have no part in it.

Francis says the CCC will not hesitate to take action against any vendor who is in breech of the Electricity Supply Act.

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