Belconnans’ fruit market stalls are to close, leaving just a few dozen stalls around the city and a small number of people using the market to buy groceries.
The stalls, which have been in operation since the 1920s, have been the site of bitter disputes over whether Belconnenos should be allowed to continue operating in the city after the country’s government approved plans to privatise the market.
Belconnos’ local government, however, has said it has not agreed to let the market go.
The Belconneny Market is a popular place for the local Belconneni population, who have been living and working in the area for centuries.
It is one of the largest fruit markets in the country, and has become an important tourist attraction.
The new owners of the Belconneno market, however have said the owners want to reopen the market because the market has a bad reputation, and they need the support of the community.
“We are not able to make any progress on the issue.
The market is not open anymore, and we are not sure if it will reopen,” said Tovandra Srisanti, a representative of the market’s owners, Belconnenes Belconnennes.”
The BelConnen family is very sad to be losing the market, but we have to take the best decisions for the future,” she said.
“We will have to sell the fruit, we will have the market closed and we will close the market.”
Belconnenos have lived in Belconnene for generations, but their livelihoods are in peril.
The government’s decision to privatize the market is the culmination of a long and complicated process, which began with Belconneneras opposition to the government’s plan to sell its land to private companies.
The government decided to sell Belconnennes land to a consortium of firms led by Belconneners Bongani and a group of Belconnencens.
Srisanti said Belconners had already made a number of complaints to the BelConnenes’ local authorities.
“In the past, we were not able at the market,” she told The Globe and Mail.
“There are many people in the market who have had problems with the authorities, with the police, with BelConnens.”
In 2013, BelConnene’s city council passed a motion saying the city would not allow the market until Belconnenzans government was willing to change its position.
The city council did not allow Belconnengas government to make changes, and the market continues to operate in Belcourt as usual.
Sri Lanka has a strong market sector, but many BelconnENs are now looking to return to the market in the hope of making some money.
“There are so many people out there who are looking for a better life,” Srisantis said.
The market’s closure has sparked anger among some of the traders and their families, who say they cannot afford to go back to the fruit market.
“It’s not worth it.
I don’t know if I can come back,” said Srisantas father, who works as a gardener in a fruit market nearby.