Let See How Drugstores Occupy Public Space

Let us see how drugstores occupy public space for their lucrative business. 2014/07/24 11:00.

 

Half of the cycling lane is used for dumping waste and temporary storage (besides the fence of the flower bed), leaving only 3 feet for cyclists.

Two third of the pathway is used for unloading their goods, leaving only a half feet for pedestrians.

This drugstore is in Sheung Shui. According to Google street view, they have been occupying the public space since 2011! No authority comes out to enforce the law. Sheung Shui is practically in anarchic state. Perhaps there is a hidden agenda for the authority to give up governance one district at a time…

Source: North District Parallel Imports Concern Group.

 

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