Owners of arbitrarily installed kiosks in Penza to be offered space for legal trade
Penza, 12 October 2016. PenzaNews. Alternative places for trade will be offered to owners of kiosks arbitrarily installed in Penza on municipal land.
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During the meeting on Tuesday, October 11, the head of the city administration Victor Kuvaytsev instructed the vice-mayor Andrei Shevchenko to hold seminars-meetings with owners of non-stationary retail outlets to explain to representatives of the business community that arbitrarily installed kiosks on red lines and close to public transport stops will be demolished.
According to the mayor, delaying the process in courts will only cause loss of business image of entrepreneurs and direct losses.
He noted that anyone willing to cooperate with the city administration in accordance with the law will be offered places for legal trading.
“At present, works on dismantling illegally installed non-stationary retail outlets and reorientation of services rendered in kiosks and pavilions located on municipal land are performed not as fast as we would like. On the one hand, the process is held off by the lack of legislation on the municipal level, and, on the other hand, entrepreneurs, knowing that their pavilions were arbitrarily installed without permits, instead of signing lease contracts, delay the process by applying to courts and hoping that the governor will forget his order and the city administration will get tired of dealing with this matter,” the press service of the mayor’s office cites Victor Kuvaytsev.