when citizens and elected officials derail real estate projects

Villeneuve-lez-Avignon: the mayor does not want to “denature” his municipality

For the common people, the mayor embodies a kind of democratic divinity who would have control over town planning, real estate programs, and social housing. However, this is not quite true, even if he is the holder of a parcel of power that allows him to cross swords with state services or real estate developers with gargantuan appetites. And if all the elected officials do not have the soul of a warrior, the associative dynamic sometimes succeeds in derelicting projects that residents or defenders of the environment consider deleterious. [voir ci-dessous]. 

You should know that the chief magistrate must put up with a string of laws that are more restrictive than the ones …

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