Chez Raymond proprietor summoned to court in November

MARIGOT--In addition to the statement released Monday by the Public Prosecutor’s office regarding the control and closure of Chez Raymond on Baie Rouge, the office noted the operator of the restaurant and his daughter have been summoned to appear in court on November 15, 2018, in the annex for correctional hearings.
The charges include construction without a building permit in a prohibited zone of the Plan Occupation de Sol (POS) and within the highly restricted zone of the Plan Prevention des Risques Naturelle (PPRN) as per report relating to urban planning services on February 26, 2018. The pair is moreover accused of not declaring workers and operating a liquor store/bar without a license.
The second operation of this nature is part of objectives currently being addressed in the context of priorities identified at regular meetings between all partners since November 2017 to deal with reports of illegal construction situations brought to the attention of Urban Planning services of the Collectivité, Direction de l'Environnement, de l'Aménagement et du Logement (DEAL Guadeloupe) and the Gendarmerie.
Situations that are not brought into conformity with the activity continuing despite warnings can incur criminal proceedings and seizure of equipment and materials, as in this case, the prosecutor concluded.
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