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Illegal parking at Larnaca airport

Illegal parking at the airport: Only 4 parking services are legal

Only the four private car parks, out of more than 18, which operate in total for the service of Larnaca Airport travelers, appear to be licensed. This is the result of investigating the complaints of Themis Thomas and Associates, which are listed in a three-letter letter to the municipalities and communities adjacent to the airport and within the limits of which the commercial activities of this kind are being developed.

Only the four private car parks, out of more than 18, which operate in total for the service of Larnaca Airport travelers, appear to be licensed.

Mr. Thomas, whom POLITIS spoke to, represents some of the licensed businesses of the kind and, as he said, only four of these sites operate with the required licenses. As we confirmed in conversation with the municipal authorities, the two legal parking spaces are operating in Larnaka Municipality and the other two in the Municipality of Dromolaxia-Meneu. In Dromolaxia-Meneu there is a licensing process and a third parking space, which has been operating illegally. All licensed developments have town planning permission by derogation. In the Municipality of Aradippou, as the mayor has confirmed, no such license has been issued nor has it been found to operate illegally a parking space that would serve air travellers during their short absence abroad.

In the Municipality of Aradippou, as the mayor has confirmed, no such license has been issued

Mayor Kiti said there was no approved-licensed parking, nor did he say he is aware of an illegal operation and referred us to the provincial administration, which grants the building permits. From the office of the Larnaca District Office we learned that no such permission for such a parking space has been issued, so if such spaces are operating in the community boundaries of the Larnaca Village or Tersefanou, in the nearest villages of the airport, they will not be licensed. Hermes Airports, as the POLITIS knows, does not know the status of these companies. From the office of the Larnaca District Office we learned that no such permission for such a parking space has been issued, so if such spaces are operating in the community boundaries of the Larnaca Village or Tersefanou, in the nearest villages of the airport, they will not be licensed. Hermes Airports, as the POLITIS knows, does not know the status of these companies. From the office of the Larnaca District Office we learned that no such permission for such a parking space has been issued, so if such spaces are operating in the community boundaries of the Larnaca Village or Tersefanou, in the nearest villages of the airport, they will not be licensed. Hermes Airports, as the POLITIS knows, does not know the status of these companies.

So, Mr Thomas’s information, which in his letter, addressed not only to local authorities but also to state agencies, calls for the enforcement of the order to counter the phenomenon is intersecting. The letter is also addressed to the Commission for the Protection of Competition for a complaint about unfair competition between legal and unlawful enterprises whereby the former invest and have all the required specifications and the second ones are speculating without having any obligation. Thomas explains that unlicensed parking facilities pick up the private cars of unsuspecting citizens after telephone conversation and then carry them to their allegedly approved parking areas, which are “other than observed spaces or areas belonging to unsuspecting citizens and exploited by third parties. Please note, “Thomas said in the same letter,” that there have been several incidents of damage, theft, but also misuse of property. ” Please note that businesses offering this service, whether they are picking up airport travelers or their customers, leave them at their premises and transfer them to the airport. They also offer other services such as car washing. whether they are picking up airport travelers or leaving their customers at their premises and transporting them to the airport. They also offer other services such as car washing. whether they are picking up airport travelers or leaving their customers at their premises and transporting them to the airport. They also offer other services such as car washing.

Five cars were burned – This is a security issue

However, following the letter from the law firm, all the local authorities addressed by Mr Thomas have been alarmed and have begun an investigation to find out whether there are parking facilities of this kind that are not licensed at their borders.

Another serious issue posed by the lawyer in his letter is the issue of security. As he explains, “no security is provided to private cars transported to these car parks, but at the same time remains security of the airport. As he explains, “perimeter of the fenced parking area of ​​Larnaca Airport has become an intervention by unauthorized parking garages, creating large openings in order to be able to penetrate undisturbed and carry out their illegal activity. The site remains exposed by giving access to anyone. ” From time to time, he notes, his clients made complaints, but without the bosses to bother to answer.

Referring to a specific incident, Mr. Thomas notes that a car was fired in a non-licensed parking area across from Larnaca Airport. “Initially, the fire started off a vehicle without knowing the real reason, since all the illegal sites did not respond to the security measures they should have, such as providing security systems, monitoring, etc. Then the fire was transported to adjacent vehicles, resulting in the total destruction of five “. This parking area is also close to a fuel storage area, he points out.

Remains of Cyprus serial killer’s 7th victim found in lake

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — A two-month search for the victims of a confessed serial killer in Cyprus came to a close Wednesday when divers discovered the decomposing body of his youngest victim in a lake.

The discovery of the remains of the girl, believed to be 6-year-old Sierra Grace, brings to an end the search that began when an army captain confessed to killing seven foreign women and girls on April 25.

Fire Department Chief Marcos Trangolas told The Associated Press that the remains, which were wrapped in a bed sheet and tied by rope to a cement block, were found among reeds six meters (20 feet) down the lake that was part of a former copper pyrite mine.

He said divers had searched the exact spot where the 35-year-old suspect pointed to investigators earlier Wednesday while on site. Police have said they’ve found no evidence to suggest the suspect has killed anyone else, but investigators are still trying to track down anyone who had been in contact with him online.

The army officer, who police haven’t formally identified yet, had been in contact with several of his victims through online chat rooms. He is widely acknowledged to be Cyprus’ first serial killer. The chance discovery of the body of Sierra Grace’s mother, Mary Rose Tiburcio, 38, down a flooded mineshaft on April 14 triggered an investigation that led to the suspect through his online communications with the Filipino woman with whom he had had a six-month relationship.

The body of Arian Palanas Lozano, 28, also from the Philippines, was found down the same shaft six days later.

The killings took place over 2-½ years starting in September 2016 with the disappearance of 36-year-old Romanian Livia Florentina Bunea, and her 8-year-old daughter Elena Natalia. Their bodies were found inside suitcases at the bottom of a toxic lake that was part of another copper pyrite mine.

Another body, believed to belong to Ahita Khadka Bista from Nepal, was found down a dry well in a military firing range. The suspect is due to appear in court Friday, but it’s unclear whether investigators will ask for another custody extension or formally charge him.

Bunea and her daughter will be buried Thursday in a village outside the capital Nicosia. The Cyprus government has said it will cover the funeral and burial expenses of all the victims.