The case of the city lights on Voloshin street is in court

Yulia Baraban,  22 October 2014 14:02  5882683 083600
The case of the city lights on Voloshin street is in court

Nine city lights, which were to be dismantled back at the beginning of October, are still "decorating" the historic part of Uzhgorod. However, now they are there illegally, without permission.

Back in September the Executive Committee decided to deny the prolongation of the permit for placing 42 advertising media in the historical city center, including all the city lights on Voloshin street. However, according to the Executive Committee, the advertiser immediately filed a lawsuit, and the court ruled to suspend the Executive Committee's decision and to ban the dismantling of city lights until the end of the trial.

"Currently, the situation has turned out pretty ambiguous - the administrator of the Executive Committee Oleksandr Volosyansky says. - The advertiser is not paying a dime to the city's budget for advertising, but we can not dismantle the advertising media because of the ban by the court. We will defend our decision in court in any case, and will consider the possibility of imposing fines. Now, however, it can be considered as unauthorized installation, since there is no permission."

Note that most of the city lights are used for political advertising.


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