RYAZAN, 11 March – RIA Novosti. Residents of a village near Ryazan received notifications about possible fines for cars that are located on the territory adjacent to private houses for more than a day; in the district administration, they claim that they have recorded cars that have not been used for a long time and have “grown” into the snowdrifts.
The Oka State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company reported about the notifications that came to the inhabitants of the village of Zaborie. The local post office said that there were more than 30 such letters. Citizens were warned about their violation of the improvement rules in terms of leaving the car on the territory adjacent to the house for more than a day. At the same time, residents are used to parking cars near the gates and did not understand the notifications. The notification, according to the media, was received even by a 90-year-old pensioner who does not leave her home, and it is not known whose car is parked at her fence.
The Ryazan district administration RIA Novosti explained that in accordance with the rules for the improvement of the Zaboryevsky rural settlement, “the owner of private households is obliged: not to allow storage of equipment, mechanisms, cars, including dismantled ones, in the adjacent territory (no more than a day).” The regional law provides for liability in the form of a warning or a fine from 500 to 5000 rubles for violation of the rules of landscaping.
Employees of the department of administrative and technical supervision carried out planned raids with photographs of violations. “There were fixed cars that have not been in use for a long time and literally” grown “into the snowdrifts, as well as interfering with the full-fledged clearing of the streets from snow,” the administration noted.
The citizens who received the notifications were promised to give full information in case of their contact with the administrative and technical supervision department. “Without the presence of legal grounds provided for by law, citizens are not brought to administrative responsibility, each case is considered individually,” the source said.