Senza categoria

Illegal occupation of public land, sanctioned paninari and bars

Editorial staff July 26, 2021 17:40

In the last week, the municipal police have carried out numerous services to check compliance with commercial regulations and the provisions laid down for the containment of the pandemic. With regard to the anti Covid-19 controls, the commercial police department has ordered the temporary closure of four commercial activities, three neighborhood businesses in via Auteri, via Gambino and via Scuto and an exercise in via Caduti del Lavoro because the owner did not have a device of individual protection. In addition to the provisional closure of their premises for five days, each of the four owners of the shops was issued a report of 400 euros for having violated anti-Covid regulations. Public land occupied illegally With regard to administrative checks on commercial activities, the food police inspectors checked a drinks kiosk and a sandwich shop, both operating in San Giorgio street, which were sanctioned for having illegally occupied public land with tables and chairs; a paninaro in piazzale Raffaello Sanzio, whose holder possessed an itinerant license, was reported for having effectively transformed his itinerant activity into a fixed-location activity; three bars located in viale Ruggero di Lauria, in via Penninello and in via Caduti del Lavoro, as well as a restaurant in via Penninello, were sanctioned for having illegally occupied the public land of the area facing their business with tables and chairs; the same fate befell two neighborhood businesses in viale Libertà and via Dusmet because they occupied part of the sidewalk in front of their business with their goods. In the matter of itinerant trade in public areas, four street vendors of fruit and vegetables located in Piazza Bonadies, Viale Mario Rapisardi and Piazza 2 Giugno were sanctioned, because they lacked administrative authorization to trade, professional requirements and the concession of public land, reason for which reports were raised for a total amount of 3,579 euros, with the seizure of the goods which were then donated to charity. Two other street vendors, one of fish products and the other of fruit and vegetables, which operated in Piazza 2 Giugno and Viale Mario Rapisardi were sanctioned by the municipal authority for having illegally occupied public land with their goods, which were seized and donated to charity.