Puerto Viejo To Suffer Big Changes PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 April 2012

The Vice President, Alfio Piva, threatened to tie himself a few days ago to some buildings that will be demolished in the area of Puerto Viejo and Cocles, Limon; these are two of the best places to have a costa rica travel adventure.

The case began with a complaint by a resident of Puerto Viejo, relating to illegal building located in the shoreline area.

Of course, the Comptroller General's Office initiated the investigation based on the study of the towns of Cahuita, Puerto Viejo and Cocles to be the sectors with the highest urban concentration. Thus, identified nine buildings, and then increased to 13, according to the document of the Controller.

"The background of this whole situation is complex and has to do with a problem not only affects Cahuita but many other areas of the country which for years has failed to be properly addressed," said the President of the Republic, Laura Chinchilla.

"The important thing is to get legislation to protect those homes and that the Comptroller does not push us as light, to see if we can change some laws or produce new legislation," she added.

These towns are one of a kind in the country; there, you can find the most unique travel packages to costa rica.

Jairo Sancho, from the Wilderness Management National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC), said the evictions did not correspond to any actions you are taking institution.

"By the SINAC, we are not planning any eviction or demolition or any other activity of these," said Sancho.

However, an official announcement said: "We are about to get underway the next phase of demolition, hauling and disposal of materials left over from that first disabling" SINAC official said.

At this point, you are applying for permissions from the Municipality of Talamanca. This stage is expected to give beginning in the second half of May.

The area will be restored with a management plan are unknown so far the measures to be undertaken by the SINAC, and depends on the state of the areas after the material handling process.

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