In Melitopol residents of the neighborhood in a panic. The owner of the apartments behind the Mall “Alex” PR. 50 anniversary of Victory, sets up a fence around the new house, chop off that part of the road on which pedestrians walk.
To the editor of the site asked a local resident of Eugene, which cares for the lives of their children and not only. After all, they risk to get hit by a car on the way home, if the home owner installs the fence, and judging by the fact that the metal pillars are already, it will happen in the near future.
– I think the developer wants to do here is Parking for cars occupants. Well, the “overcomes” the world, according to the level of established posts and the fence of the next yard. Here the road has a dangerous bend. I when I go to the car pressed to the edge, where now I want to install a fence. And, if there are people to go, the driver may simply not notice them, – says Eugene.
The owner of a newly Alexey Focardi reported that the fence he really sets, but only on its own territory. The land he owned. He bought it 2 years ago.
– Put a transparent metal fence in the framework of the project and highlighted borders. So, if people want the pavement, let them turn to the city government or are doing it themselves on the other side of the road. But this land is private property. Therefore, according to the draft, there will be a protection, – commented Alexey Focardi.
By the way, the land is allocated even when he was a mayor Sergei Valter and, according to our information, was resold. Are there any plans for this or next year the construction of the sidewalk on this now dangerous stretch of road for pedestrians, we will listen to the city authorities in the near future. Especially because in November, the Executive Committee issued a public discussion of the draft budget на2019 year, where residents can also make suggestions.
Ted Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Week, Ted Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.