DUNDALK Town Council are planning to clamp down on local producers in the Market Square in Dundalk in a move that has angered local traders.
Since the redevelopment of the new square last year, traders were invited to breath energy and life back into the town centre, while at the same time giving consumers access to locally produced, fresh produce.
In the last year a number of stalls have sprung up on Friday mornings and have proved popular with passersby and the people of Dundalk.
Yet on Friday morning a member of the DTC executive, flanked on either side by uniformed staff, informed traders of their intention to regularise the trade on the square.
The official also berated several of the traders for having trailers and parking cars on the square.
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