The head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, instructed to report on the upcoming cutting of trees in the park near the school in St. Petersburg and submit a corresponding report. About it informed department press office.
What cutting are you talking about. For two years, residents of the Kalininsky district protest against the construction of a seven-story building of the Federal Tax Service on Nauki Avenue. According to the protesters, the new building was planned to be built opposite School No. 121, on the site of a public garden.
Citizens also suggested that the new building would block sunlight from the windows of the school, and children with teachers “would be forced to study and work in adverse conditions,” the press service of the UK added.
What will happen to the park? In August, the deputy of the municipality “Severny” Dmitry Vasilyev wrote down video, according to which officials are not going to cut down trees near the school, and they are already choosing another place for the construction of the tax service office.
However, in a conversation with the authors of the MR7 publication, the activists of the Kalininsky district toldthat the contractor put up a fence at the school. In the near future, he is going to cut down more than 115 trees older than 50 years. Vasiliev called the announcement about the felling, posted on the fence, “a hoax.”
Formerly Petersburgers collected more than 1.5 thousand signatures against the construction of the building and appealed to the governor of the city Alexander Beglov and other authorities. The UK noted that their requests did not yield results.
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