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Residents shows ZKB-chief because of the cable car over the lake

The controversy surrounding the lake Zurich cable car, the ZKB is coming to a head. As TeleZüri reported, was filed against councillor Markus Kägi (SVP) and the CEO of the Zürcher Kantonalbank, Martin Scholl, a criminal complaint. The display is the TV channel. The plaintiff was Wollishofen, a concerned local citizens, from Zurich.

violations of the water protection act

The criminal complaint was submitted to the data protection officer of the Canton of Zurich. This Office, the plaintiff chose, because she is independent and not directly to the Executive.

As stated to the residents to TeleZüri, before he throws the cantonal Director of planning misconduct in public office and Offences against the protection of waters act.

ZKB and councillor know of nothing

Markus Kägi the planned cable car above the lake basin only in the regional indicative plan. A cable car had to be necessarily listed in the cantonal structure plan. Thus, the project should also be submitted to the cantonal Parliament.

ZKB chief Executive officer Martin Scholl alleges that the plaintiff committed a violation of the water protection act. The sample bore and the Attaching of a Bohrpfahls on the bottom of the lake is illegal.

Neither the governing Council nor of the Zürcher Kantonalbank, has up to now aware of a criminal complaint. (taken from "20 minutes", edited by TA)

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Created: 16.01.2019, 08:55 PM

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