That was on Thursday evening summoned to a public meeting in Kalvehave, where citizens and local politicians discussed the plans for the new udrejsecenter on the island of Lindholm.
And here there was either four, three or two positions to the plans, but only one:
It is a bad idea.
It tells the vice-mayor Michael Seiding Larsen (V) in Vordingborg.
- I was confirmed in that the citizens in and around Kalvehave has a very, very big concern for what it will mean for the area, he says.
According to the TV the East met over 200 up to borgermødet.
vice Mayor Michael Seiding Larsen acknowledges that the political decision probably will be hard to shake.
- But we would still be fighting against it, until the center will be inaugurated, and the red ribbon cut.
the Plan is that the centre opens for residents in 2021.
It is in connection with the finance act of 2019, the government and the Danish people's Party have agreed on the establishment of a new udrejsecenter on the island of Lindholm I Stege Bay.
the Center is scheduled to houses udvisningsdømte criminal aliens and persons on tolerated stay.
At the meeting got a chance for citizens to ask questions and come up with their own proposal.
Life writing, to one of the more sarcastic was to buy a boat in the Harbour at the Christiansborg palace and the placing of the concerned residents.
- I don't know if you can say that the mood right forward was good, but the people spoke nicely about the people who will stay at the centre. But they heard also the stories from the Kærshovedgård about the increasing insecurity, says Michael Seiding Larsen.
Viceborgmesteren tells, that a public meeting, where the immigration office, the police and Probation involved, is on the drawing board.