Ivan Belozertsev asks Anatoly Teptsov to leave area administration post: details
Penza, 21 April 2016. PenzaNews. PenzaNews has learned the details and the real reasons behind the resignation of the administration head in the Shemysheika area of the Penza region Anatoly Teptsov, who had been holding the office for the last 9 years.
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The fatal blow for the official’s office was a statement by a resident of the Shemysheika village Yuri Pronkin, who complained about the indifference of area authorities during the regional governor’s personal meeting with citizens on April 20.
In particular, the citizen described how back in December 2014 he had asked the area administration to recognize his flat, where he was living under a social rent contract since 1997, as unsuitable for residence.
After his request, the intradepartmental committee inspected the housing and concluded on 12 January 2015 that it was suitable for residence; four days later, Yuri Pronkin went to the court to counter the conclusion.
On 28 January 2015, the Shemysheika area court partially fulfilled the claims, to which Yuri Pronkin filed an appeal. As a result, the court enforced the committee to conduct a second inspection within a set deadline with another conclusion to follow.
The inspection in question was held on 22 September 2015: however, the intradepartmental committee once again recognized the housing as suitable for residence.
This forced Yuri Pronkin to come to the court once again with a request to recognize the conclusion as illegal and conduct yet another inspection.
The third inspection of the housing, together with a representative of the Penza region center of hygiene and epidemiology, took place on 25 February 2016. It concluded that the flat requires capital repairs and reconstruction to bring it up to the required standards of residence.
According to information provided by the Shemysheika area administration, the capital repair of Yuri Pronkin’s flat will be held in the current year.
After carefully listening to the Shemysheika village resident’s plea, the governor expressed his outrage over the area officials “red-taping” a person, forcing one to resort to defending one’s interests in the court for several times in a row.
After that, Ivan Belozertsev asked the Shemysheika area administration head Anatoly Teptsov to resign immediately.
During the extraordinary session held on April 21, the deputies of the area Council of Representatives gave their approval for the resignation “voluntarily due to achieving a pension age after long service.”