Inspectors Shut Down Unlicensed Vendors at Old Flea Market

A group of government inspectors shut down vendors who didn't have appropriate permits and licenses at the old Dededo Flea Market Saturday morning.

They went around and asked, 'Do you have a license to sell? If you don't have a license to sell, you have to shut down,'" she said.

The Department of Revenue and Taxation "is trying to make sure everyone who does business on Guam has the appropriate license," Governor's Communications Director Oyaol Ngirairikl said Saturday. "This morning's effort was part of that."