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Sura artificial lake area landplot owner fences off waterside access

17:02 | 16.12.2015 | Society

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Penza, 16 December 2015. PenzaNews. An owner of a landplot located by the Sura artificial lake by Penza city has illegally erected a fence that prevents access to the waterside.

Sura artificial lake area landplot owner fences off waterside access

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The fence was erected just outside the borders of the landplot owned by the person, Yulia Makarova, Senior Assistant Attorney of the region in Media Relations, informed PenzaNews agency.

“As reaction to activities of individuals is not within the scope of the prosecutor’s office bodies, the information on the violation was transferred to the Penza Rosreestr department for the audit and required persecution,” she explained.

Yulia Makarova also added that the audit also uncovered four facts of the artificial lake area being used for shore strengthening without required documents.

“The Penza region Rosprirodnadzor department created administrative violation protocols on each fact against the lawbreakers, each marked with date and time. One of them already served as the ground for a case under Art. 7.6 of the Administrative Code, titled ‘Unauthorized Occupation of a Body of Water or the Use Thereof in Breach of
Established Terms’,” she pointed out.

According to Yulia Makarova, violations of relevant legislation are still being left without attention of relevant authorities, even though the issue of improper use of landplots within the waterside protection zone of the Sura artificial lake was discussed in an earlier interdepartmental meeting.

“Due to inaction of relevant authorities in the Penza area administration and the area police department, the prosecutor addressed requests to the acting head of area administration and the head of the police department to rectify the violations. The prosecution response acts are under review,” she explained.

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