Prosecutor's Office does not appreciate idea of Yantarny administration building selling
Prosecutors warned the Kaliningrad settlement city manager, who announced the sale of the City Hall.
The Kaliningrad Prosecutor's Office issued a warning to the Head of the Yantarny village Alexey Zalivatsky, who is going to sell the building of the local Administration, according to the news agency REGNUM. The city manager statement on the preparations for the sale of municipal property is regarded as a preparation for breaking the law, in connection with which the District Prosecutor issued Zalivatsky the warning about the inadmissibility of illegal actions. According to the supervisory agency, the building can not be sold, because it is not included in the 2016 list of municipal property privatization and such document has not been approved for 2017.
The Prosecutor's Office paid special attention that a multifunctional center is located in the building of the local Administration offered for sale. Sale of the building does not allow village residents to receive state and municipal services in full.
Earlier, Alexey Zalivatsky posted on his Facebook page the announcement of the imminent sale of the Yantarny Administration building with the aim of filling the budget. According to the city manager, he undertook this sale due to the fact that from next year taxes from the main enterprise located in the village will go to the federal, not the local budget, which will reduce its revenue by 30%. As reported by RIA Novosti, the regional Government supported the Head of the village, saying that the idea of city manager is legitimate and he has the right to dispose the municipal property in coordination with the local MPs.
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