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Decision on closing “Sputnik” embankment to be made by end of November

12:19 | 09.08.2016 | Society

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Penza, 9 August 2016. PenzaNews. The marketing director of construction holding Termodom Tatyana Planina informed PenzaNews that the final decision on closing embankment of city “Sputnik” located in the village of Zasechny, the Penza region is scheduled to be made by the end of November 2016.

Decision on closing “Sputnik” embankment to be made by end of November

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“The company management decided to close the embankment and health track, allegedly, since next year. It is planned to leave a free entrance to all inhabitants of “Sputnik” and children under 14 years. The question of closing of the entire residential district wasn't considered. There will be several entrances to the territory of the embankment and check-points,” the agency interlocutor explained.

Speaking about the reasons which induced the holding management to consider closing the embankment which became the popular vacation spot not only for “Sputnik” apartment owners but also guests from Penza and other cities, Tatyana Planina noticed that locals feel discomfort due a large number of vacationers.

“Often it is guests who behave indecently, drink alcoholic drinks. Next morning we see vandalism implications. LLC Termodom believes that closing the embankment will allow limiting the access of drunken people and those bringing alcoholic drinks on the state territory. Video surveillance is planned be installed on the entire territory of the embankment and health track,” the agency interlocutor said.

At the same time she noted that the final decision on the matter has not been made yet.

“We are currently coordinating with supervisory authorities. If the law enforcement agencies agree to enhance control on the embankment and health track, and the authorities assist in operating the complex, then everything will remain as it is,” the marketing director of construction holding Termodom explained.

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