The owner of “Baden-Baden” in Uktus refused to cut down the forest. Protest around the construction site

Evgeny Kononov tried to change the status of the forest area to make a road to Baden-Baden there
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The owner of the Baden-Baden thermal complex in Uktus (Yekaterinburg), Evgeny Kononov, withdrew the request to change the area of ​​the local forest park, which was necessary for the withdrawal of a large plot of land and the construction of a new road to Baden-Baden. As URA.RU was informed in the press service of the mayor’s office, Kononov explained it with the “changing financial situation”.

“Analysis [мэра Алексея Орлова] “The cancellation of the public debates will be signed in the near future”, said the municipal authority. It was not possible to reach Kononov himself quickly at the time of publication.

Earlier, URA.RU reported that there was a protest around a possible construction, which was being prepared from the Sverdlovsk cell of the Communist Party. “It simply came to our notice then <…> to cut down 2,478 square meters of trees. “As usual, this is done with the utmost silence and haste,” wrote Alexander Ivachev, the cell’s secretary and vice-president of the legislature. There was a version in the political party that this is how the campaign for the region begins.

In February, the agency wrote about another Kononov project that was canceled – the construction of “Baden-Baden” on the shores of Lake Shartash. Disputes over this received widespread publicity in September, when members of the City Duma refused to change the status of the site on the lake (this was necessary to begin work). One of the instigators of the construction was missing a vote. Afterwards, several more debates took place in the city’s Duma area – with the participation of Kononov, Ziganshin, MPs and disgruntled public figures. On December 12, activists marched on the construction site. But a few days later, Mayor Alexei Orlov publicly backed it.

It is known that Governor Yevgeny Kuyvashev also supported the project. However, on February 9, the district’s political information department announced that state ecological expertise had banned changing the boundaries of the specially protected area.

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The owner of the Baden-Baden thermal complex in Uktus (Yekaterinburg), Evgeny Kononov, withdrew the request to change the area of ​​the local forest park, which was necessary for the withdrawal of a large plot of land and the construction of a new road to Baden-Baden. As URA.RU was informed in the press service of the mayor’s office, Kononov explained it with the “changing financial situation”. “Analysis [мэра Алексея Орлова] “The cancellation of the public debates will be signed in the near future”, said the municipal authority. It was not possible to reach Kononov himself quickly at the time of publication. Earlier, URA.RU reported that there was a protest around a possible construction, which was being prepared from the Sverdlovsk cell of the Communist Party. “It simply came to our notice then <…> to cut down 2,478 square meters of trees. “As usual, this is done with the utmost silence and haste,” wrote Alexander Ivachev, the cell’s secretary and vice-president of the legislature. There was a version in the political party that this is how the campaign for the region begins. In February, the agency wrote about another Kononov project that was canceled – the construction of “Baden-Baden” on the shores of Lake Shartash. Disputes over this received widespread publicity in September, when members of the City Duma refused to change the status of the site on the lake (this was necessary to begin work). One of the instigators of the construction was missing a vote. Afterwards, several more debates took place in the city’s Duma area – with the participation of Kononov, Ziganshin, MPs and disgruntled public figures. On December 12, activists marched on the construction site. But a few days later, Mayor Alexei Orlov publicly backed it. It is known that Governor Yevgeny Kuyvashev also supported the project. However, on February 9, the district’s political information department announced that state ecological expertise had banned changing the boundaries of the specially protected area.

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