The camp project for migrants from the Bois de Boulogne is controversial? Burying Avenue tennis courts General Koenig also made waves. The landfill project Koenig Boulevard tennis courts, exposed to the municipal council in mid-December, has not finished making waves. Today March 30, an event to be held inside the club’s centenary at the instigation of the association Avenir Village St. James, who scrap for four years to protect this institution.
“We have mobilized in 2012 when weighing the risk of that shaved athletic facility for the benefit of housing,” said Philippe Lapidus, who has to take the presidency of the association soon – he was previously the Treasurer. If the contractor of 49 years is pleased that the place remains dedicated to the sport, he failed to understand why the municipality decided to bury the tennis courts at three meters deep.
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“There are already plenty of lawn to play ball at Bagatelle,” he notes. The opposition elected officials have joined forces with members of the club against this site. Bernard Lepidi, Franck Keller (both LR although bickering) filed an appeal before the prefect. Like Mary Brannens (PS).
An estimated site to EUR 9 million
“The city wants to answer two very persistent requests that are lack of indoor tennis and outdoor sports areas that are secure and adaptable to the activities of schools and sports associations’, states the mayor of Neuilly, Jean-Christophe Fromantin.
His critics do not seem to hear it that way. They posted a petition, signed so far by nearly 900 people. Its purpose? Save that which falls within the heritage of Neuilly (the Tennis Club of St. James 110 years) by getting Jean-Christophe Fromantin renounces his project … It aims to install on this plot of 6000 m², property the city since 2004, a 1,100 m² playground and a sports deck of 2700 m² on the roof of a building with two sports halls on the ground floor and four tennis courts and two bathrooms sport (192 m² and 225 m² modular) in the basement. The site estimated at € 9 million to begin in July.