vendredi 16 septembre 2011

France: Ban formal to die in Cugnaux.

In November 2007, Philippe Guerin, Mayor Cugnaux (Haute-Garonne) in France has taken a by-law prohibiting "any person not having the cellar, to die on the territory of the municipality. Violators will be severely punished for their actions ".

"The only field that corresponds to the municipal water quantity and geological features is located on a perimeter of the airbase military Francazal, and given the proximity of an ammunition depot, it is forbidden to any construction," says Pierre Laffaille, contributor to the mayor of this town on the outskirts of Toulouse.

The mayor said that less than twenty new concessions were currently available in two cemeteries of the town and a hundred would be available in the planned extension of one of two cemeteries.
"The situation is not critical for 2008, but will be in two or three years if nothing is done today," said Mr. Laffaille yet to justify why the mayor refuses any request to purchase new new concessions.
Sixty deaths were recorded Cugnaux, but the mayor fears a rise under the age structure of Cugnaux.

The town counts 13,000 inhabitants is twinned with the towns of particular Culan (Cher) and Curtafond (Rhône-Alpes region), Cucugnan (Languedoc-Roussillon), of Cuguron (region of Midi-Pyrénées), Cubzac-les-Ponts (Quitaine region) and Cumières-le-Mort-Homme (Meuse, Loraine region).

Francazal military base being closed since 2009, died Cugnalaises and Cugnalais will they finally rest in peace in their community?

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