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Žilina Boulevard hasn't been the pride of the city for years

Žilina Boulevard hasn’t been the pride of the city for years


Žilina Boulevard hasn’t been the pride of the city for years

The historic part of City Street was not what it was many years ago. In many cases, this place is owned by private owners.

05.01.2022 | 19:06

Selina. The famous boulevard has always been a source of pride for the city. Today, the reality is a little different. We see the chaos and crumbling walls described at every turn. The problem is that it is not always owned by the city. As with crumbling walls and falling plaster. “It is necessary to distinguish whether it is urban property or private real estate. The local government can always solve the problem within the competences that it allows regarding the ownership of private property,” said Vladimir Mishkovich, a city spokesman, noting that the rights and obligations of residents, visitors, legal and natural persons Those who do business or work in the city are generally regulated.Binding city regulations.

The owner is responsible

For the purposes of this regulation, all places in the public domain that are open to the public are considered public places. These are mainly city roads, streets, squares (including sidewalks), interior spaces, underpasses, bridges, parking lots, public green spaces, parks, fountains, riverbeds, raceway dams and reservoirs, forest park, playgrounds, and markets. The building owner or manager is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the entire building, basements, courtyards, basements, etc., but also for the aesthetic appearance of the entire building, including windows, basements, facades, plinths, gates, gutters, roofs, chimneys, and fences.

The fine is high

“Properties and other objects must be maintained in such a way that their condition (falling plaster, leaking gutters and ravines, posters and inscriptions in places not intended for this, etc.) disturbs the appearance and the environment and does not endanger the safety of citizens. Violation of the provisions of a binding regulation is generally considered a crime or , in the case of a legal person, an administrative offence, unless it is an offense or an administrative offense under another law or a criminal offence.”

For violation of the provisions of the regulation, city police officers can impose a fine of 33 euros, in infringement proceedings up to 66 euros. The mayor may impose a fine of up to €6,638.50 on a legal person or natural person authorized to do business.

Author: Alexandra Janigova

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