Shacks are taken from permanent preservation area in Cologne Newfoundland

The shacks were being held for sale of fish and the occupation has been denounced by the residents.
09/03/2017 16h05 - Updated 10/03/2017 11h33
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The Manaus Prefecture made the withdrawal of two wooden shacks built on the banks of a tributary of the stream of Bolivia, in a place called Allotment Canaan Recreation, Newfoundland II colony, North Zone.

The withdrawal took place last Wednesday, 8, after completion of the characterization of the area. The shacks were being held for sale of fish and the occupation has been denounced by the residents.

The operation was carried out by the municipal departments of Environment and Sustainability (Semmas), Infrastructure (Seminf) and Environmental Military Police Battalion, with support of the Integrated Group for the Prevention of Invasions in Public Areas (Gipiap).

According to the Director of Supervision of Semmas, Eneas Victor, the action had preventive and was still held at the beginning of the occupation, since the shacks were under construction and in the future they would entail the commitment of the stream generating disorders and; floods with waste buildup.

"As soon as we received the complaint we seek to ascertain the situation. Unable to notifications because no one introduced himself as owner of these buildings and we had to take the demolition of initiative to prevent the problem from spreading ", said Eneas.


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