Archbishop Zvolensky sent Ivanka's letter to the Danube.
BRATISLAVA. The church was also supposed to lobby for gravel harvesting on Zittau Island.
President of the Bishop's Conference Slovak Archbishop Stanislav Zvolenský invited Ivan to the Danube. They refused to approve the change of the municipal plan.
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The plot plan has changed
"We hereby allow you to confirm our constant interest in discussing and approving the proposed proposal to amend part of the municipal plan," Zvolenský wrote in a letter.
The church has a lot of land in the area. The chief of the bishop's appeal obviously had to reconsider the Prosecutor's decision.
Deputy mayor of the municipality Ivan Schreiner, Magdalen Holcinger, informed that they had changed the land plan.
Criminal reports and police intervention
Several places where the gravel pits lie and the country beneath the new highway lies directly in the protected area of Zittau Island.
Ivanka pri Dunaji is not directly in the protected area, but it is only a few kilometers away.
The SaS opposition has already raised doubts about the extraction of gravel and the threat of drinking water in this area.
According to him, there are suspicions that several companies who work for the state in a false manner take the gravel.
Her deputy Anna Zeman also filed a criminal complaint.
The police also intervened in October in early October. 26 people have kept the action but are not yet accused.
Dumping should be related to the export of hazardous waste to the landfill site at D4.
Proposals for the use of hazardous building materials under construction D4 and R7 relate to the alleged export of contaminated land from Bratislave Nivi to the section of the building around Danube Biskupice and Ivanka on the Danube.
There is also a suspicion of the use of hazardous building materials and building waste during the construction of the roundabouts around Jarovsky's shoulders.
In both cases, the Slovak environmental inspectorate and the police are already operating. The prosecution of illegal waste management in connection with construction began with police in July this year.