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Demarcating of HTL for Goa coast complete

NT Staff Reporter

Panaji, Jan 21 The work for demarcating the high tide line (HTL) on
the cadastral survey plans for the entire sea coast of Goa running to
105 km which includes 65 km of sandy beaches has been completed.

The number of complaints of violation of the CRZ Notification, 1991,
as received by the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) since
its constitution in 1998-99 up to November 30, 2007, have reached 703.

A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries and ownership of land
parcels. The Minister for Environment, Mr Aleixo Sequeira, in a
written reply said that out of the 703 complaints, so far 116
complaints have been confirmed or the show cause notices dropped.
Those named as violators by the Environment Minister include the
public works department, the Goa State Urban Development Agency,
Kadamba Transport Corporation, a bar/night club at Candolim, hotels in
Benaulim and Uttorda, beach resorts at Sernabatim and Calangute, an
automobile company at Arrossim, and a number of individuals.

In case of 442 complaints, show cause notices have been issued and
matters referred to the deputy collectors/ additional collectors
(revenue authorities) for summery inquiries, Mr Sequeira pointed out.

"The GCZMA has initiated various steps to ensure that CRZ violations
do not take place, with introduction of frequent site inspections,
issuance of show cause notices and initiation of inquiries," he
stated.

"Further, immediate inquiries are conducted and the reports send to
the GCZMA to initiate the proceedings as per the law," Mr Sequeira
informed, maintaining that the revenue authorities are keeping a
constant vigil and checking for any CRZ violations in their respective
areas.

"Also the coastal village panchayats have been directed to ensure that
no violations take place in their areas and to initiate appropriate
action against the violations noticed," he said. Meanwhile, necessary
steps have also been initiated to demarcate relevant 'no development
zone' (NDZ) for riverbanks in the state. The work of demarcating the
NDZ for rivers is being jointly carried out by the directorate of
settlement and land records (DSLR) and the GCZMA, for which modalities
are being worked out.

Mr Sequeira said that the exercise of demarcating and ground mapping
of the structures in NDZ is expected to be completed within a
time-frame of minimum 10 monsoon free months.

"The DSLR has carried out the entire exercise of demarcating the HTL
for the sea coast with the assistance of the directorate of science,
technology and environment, the GCZMA and the National Institute of
Oceanography," he informed, adding that the work is being done
departmentally.
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Demarcating of HTL for Goa coast complete

NT Staff Reporter

Panaji, Jan 21 The work for demarcating the high tide line (HTL) on
the cadastral survey plans for the entire sea coast of Goa running to
105 km which includes 65 km of sandy beaches has been completed.

The number of complaints of violation of the CRZ Notification, 1991,
as received by the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) since
its constitution in 1998-99 up to November 30, 2007, have reached 703.

A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries and ownership of land
parcels. The Minister for Environment, Mr Aleixo Sequeira, in a
written reply said that out of the 703 complaints, so far 116
complaints have been confirmed or the show cause notices dropped.
Those named as violators by the Environment Minister include the
public works department, the Goa State Urban Development Agency,
Kadamba Transport Corporation, a bar/night club at Candolim, hotels in
Benaulim and Uttorda, beach resorts at Sernabatim and Calangute, an
automobile company at Arrossim, and a number of individuals.

In case of 442 complaints, show cause notices have been issued and
matters referred to the deputy collectors/ additional collectors
(revenue authorities) for summery inquiries, Mr Sequeira pointed out.

"The GCZMA has initiated various steps to ensure that CRZ violations
do not take place, with introduction of frequent site inspections,
issuance of show cause notices and initiation of inquiries," he
stated.

"Further, immediate inquiries are conducted and the reports send to
the GCZMA to initiate the proceedings as per the law," Mr Sequeira
informed, maintaining that the revenue authorities are keeping a
constant vigil and checking for any CRZ violations in their respective
areas.

"Also the coastal village panchayats have been directed to ensure that
no violations take place in their areas and to initiate appropriate
action against the violations noticed," he said. Meanwhile, necessary
steps have also been initiated to demarcate relevant 'no development
zone' (NDZ) for riverbanks in the state. The work of demarcating the
NDZ for rivers is being jointly carried out by the directorate of
settlement and land records (DSLR) and the GCZMA, for which modalities
are being worked out.

Mr Sequeira said that the exercise of demarcating and ground mapping
of the structures in NDZ is expected to be completed within a
time-frame of minimum 10 monsoon free months.

"The DSLR has carried out the entire exercise of demarcating the HTL
for the sea coast with the assistance of the directorate of science,
technology and environment, the GCZMA and the National Institute of
Oceanography," he informed, adding that the work is being done
departmentally.
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2008-01-23 21:50:30 UTC
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Demarcating of HTL for Goa coast complete

NT Staff Reporter

Panaji, Jan 21 The work for demarcating the high tide line (HTL) on
the cadastral survey plans for the entire sea coast of Goa running to
105 km which includes 65 km of sandy beaches has been completed.

The number of complaints of violation of the CRZ Notification, 1991,
as received by the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) since
its constitution in 1998-99 up to November 30, 2007, have reached 703.

A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries and ownership of land
parcels. The Minister for Environment, Mr Aleixo Sequeira, in a
written reply said that out of the 703 complaints, so far 116
complaints have been confirmed or the show cause notices dropped.
Those named as violators by the Environment Minister include the
public works department, the Goa State Urban Development Agency,
Kadamba Transport Corporation, a bar/night club at Candolim, hotels in
Benaulim and Uttorda, beach resorts at Sernabatim and Calangute, an
automobile company at Arrossim, and a number of individuals.

In case of 442 complaints, show cause notices have been issued and
matters referred to the deputy collectors/ additional collectors
(revenue authorities) for summery inquiries, Mr Sequeira pointed out.

"The GCZMA has initiated various steps to ensure that CRZ violations
do not take place, with introduction of frequent site inspections,
issuance of show cause notices and initiation of inquiries," he
stated.

"Further, immediate inquiries are conducted and the reports send to
the GCZMA to initiate the proceedings as per the law," Mr Sequeira
informed, maintaining that the revenue authorities are keeping a
constant vigil and checking for any CRZ violations in their respective
areas.

"Also the coastal village panchayats have been directed to ensure that
no violations take place in their areas and to initiate appropriate
action against the violations noticed," he said. Meanwhile, necessary
steps have also been initiated to demarcate relevant 'no development
zone' (NDZ) for riverbanks in the state. The work of demarcating the
NDZ for rivers is being jointly carried out by the directorate of
settlement and land records (DSLR) and the GCZMA, for which modalities
are being worked out.

Mr Sequeira said that the exercise of demarcating and ground mapping
of the structures in NDZ is expected to be completed within a
time-frame of minimum 10 monsoon free months.

"The DSLR has carried out the entire exercise of demarcating the HTL
for the sea coast with the assistance of the directorate of science,
technology and environment, the GCZMA and the National Institute of
Oceanography," he informed, adding that the work is being done
departmentally.
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2008-01-23 21:50:30 UTC
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Demarcating of HTL for Goa coast complete

NT Staff Reporter

Panaji, Jan 21 The work for demarcating the high tide line (HTL) on
the cadastral survey plans for the entire sea coast of Goa running to
105 km which includes 65 km of sandy beaches has been completed.

The number of complaints of violation of the CRZ Notification, 1991,
as received by the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) since
its constitution in 1998-99 up to November 30, 2007, have reached 703.

A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries and ownership of land
parcels. The Minister for Environment, Mr Aleixo Sequeira, in a
written reply said that out of the 703 complaints, so far 116
complaints have been confirmed or the show cause notices dropped.
Those named as violators by the Environment Minister include the
public works department, the Goa State Urban Development Agency,
Kadamba Transport Corporation, a bar/night club at Candolim, hotels in
Benaulim and Uttorda, beach resorts at Sernabatim and Calangute, an
automobile company at Arrossim, and a number of individuals.

In case of 442 complaints, show cause notices have been issued and
matters referred to the deputy collectors/ additional collectors
(revenue authorities) for summery inquiries, Mr Sequeira pointed out.

"The GCZMA has initiated various steps to ensure that CRZ violations
do not take place, with introduction of frequent site inspections,
issuance of show cause notices and initiation of inquiries," he
stated.

"Further, immediate inquiries are conducted and the reports send to
the GCZMA to initiate the proceedings as per the law," Mr Sequeira
informed, maintaining that the revenue authorities are keeping a
constant vigil and checking for any CRZ violations in their respective
areas.

"Also the coastal village panchayats have been directed to ensure that
no violations take place in their areas and to initiate appropriate
action against the violations noticed," he said. Meanwhile, necessary
steps have also been initiated to demarcate relevant 'no development
zone' (NDZ) for riverbanks in the state. The work of demarcating the
NDZ for rivers is being jointly carried out by the directorate of
settlement and land records (DSLR) and the GCZMA, for which modalities
are being worked out.

Mr Sequeira said that the exercise of demarcating and ground mapping
of the structures in NDZ is expected to be completed within a
time-frame of minimum 10 monsoon free months.

"The DSLR has carried out the entire exercise of demarcating the HTL
for the sea coast with the assistance of the directorate of science,
technology and environment, the GCZMA and the National Institute of
Oceanography," he informed, adding that the work is being done
departmentally.
Goanet News
2008-01-23 21:50:30 UTC
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http://www.navhindtimes.com/articles.php?Story_ID=012213

Demarcating of HTL for Goa coast complete

NT Staff Reporter

Panaji, Jan 21 The work for demarcating the high tide line (HTL) on
the cadastral survey plans for the entire sea coast of Goa running to
105 km which includes 65 km of sandy beaches has been completed.

The number of complaints of violation of the CRZ Notification, 1991,
as received by the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) since
its constitution in 1998-99 up to November 30, 2007, have reached 703.

A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries and ownership of land
parcels. The Minister for Environment, Mr Aleixo Sequeira, in a
written reply said that out of the 703 complaints, so far 116
complaints have been confirmed or the show cause notices dropped.
Those named as violators by the Environment Minister include the
public works department, the Goa State Urban Development Agency,
Kadamba Transport Corporation, a bar/night club at Candolim, hotels in
Benaulim and Uttorda, beach resorts at Sernabatim and Calangute, an
automobile company at Arrossim, and a number of individuals.

In case of 442 complaints, show cause notices have been issued and
matters referred to the deputy collectors/ additional collectors
(revenue authorities) for summery inquiries, Mr Sequeira pointed out.

"The GCZMA has initiated various steps to ensure that CRZ violations
do not take place, with introduction of frequent site inspections,
issuance of show cause notices and initiation of inquiries," he
stated.

"Further, immediate inquiries are conducted and the reports send to
the GCZMA to initiate the proceedings as per the law," Mr Sequeira
informed, maintaining that the revenue authorities are keeping a
constant vigil and checking for any CRZ violations in their respective
areas.

"Also the coastal village panchayats have been directed to ensure that
no violations take place in their areas and to initiate appropriate
action against the violations noticed," he said. Meanwhile, necessary
steps have also been initiated to demarcate relevant 'no development
zone' (NDZ) for riverbanks in the state. The work of demarcating the
NDZ for rivers is being jointly carried out by the directorate of
settlement and land records (DSLR) and the GCZMA, for which modalities
are being worked out.

Mr Sequeira said that the exercise of demarcating and ground mapping
of the structures in NDZ is expected to be completed within a
time-frame of minimum 10 monsoon free months.

"The DSLR has carried out the entire exercise of demarcating the HTL
for the sea coast with the assistance of the directorate of science,
technology and environment, the GCZMA and the National Institute of
Oceanography," he informed, adding that the work is being done
departmentally.
Goanet News
2008-01-23 21:50:30 UTC
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http://www.navhindtimes.com/articles.php?Story_ID=012213

Demarcating of HTL for Goa coast complete

NT Staff Reporter

Panaji, Jan 21 The work for demarcating the high tide line (HTL) on
the cadastral survey plans for the entire sea coast of Goa running to
105 km which includes 65 km of sandy beaches has been completed.

The number of complaints of violation of the CRZ Notification, 1991,
as received by the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) since
its constitution in 1998-99 up to November 30, 2007, have reached 703.

A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries and ownership of land
parcels. The Minister for Environment, Mr Aleixo Sequeira, in a
written reply said that out of the 703 complaints, so far 116
complaints have been confirmed or the show cause notices dropped.
Those named as violators by the Environment Minister include the
public works department, the Goa State Urban Development Agency,
Kadamba Transport Corporation, a bar/night club at Candolim, hotels in
Benaulim and Uttorda, beach resorts at Sernabatim and Calangute, an
automobile company at Arrossim, and a number of individuals.

In case of 442 complaints, show cause notices have been issued and
matters referred to the deputy collectors/ additional collectors
(revenue authorities) for summery inquiries, Mr Sequeira pointed out.

"The GCZMA has initiated various steps to ensure that CRZ violations
do not take place, with introduction of frequent site inspections,
issuance of show cause notices and initiation of inquiries," he
stated.

"Further, immediate inquiries are conducted and the reports send to
the GCZMA to initiate the proceedings as per the law," Mr Sequeira
informed, maintaining that the revenue authorities are keeping a
constant vigil and checking for any CRZ violations in their respective
areas.

"Also the coastal village panchayats have been directed to ensure that
no violations take place in their areas and to initiate appropriate
action against the violations noticed," he said. Meanwhile, necessary
steps have also been initiated to demarcate relevant 'no development
zone' (NDZ) for riverbanks in the state. The work of demarcating the
NDZ for rivers is being jointly carried out by the directorate of
settlement and land records (DSLR) and the GCZMA, for which modalities
are being worked out.

Mr Sequeira said that the exercise of demarcating and ground mapping
of the structures in NDZ is expected to be completed within a
time-frame of minimum 10 monsoon free months.

"The DSLR has carried out the entire exercise of demarcating the HTL
for the sea coast with the assistance of the directorate of science,
technology and environment, the GCZMA and the National Institute of
Oceanography," he informed, adding that the work is being done
departmentally.
Goanet News
2008-01-23 21:50:30 UTC
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http://www.navhindtimes.com/articles.php?Story_ID=012213

Demarcating of HTL for Goa coast complete

NT Staff Reporter

Panaji, Jan 21 The work for demarcating the high tide line (HTL) on
the cadastral survey plans for the entire sea coast of Goa running to
105 km which includes 65 km of sandy beaches has been completed.

The number of complaints of violation of the CRZ Notification, 1991,
as received by the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) since
its constitution in 1998-99 up to November 30, 2007, have reached 703.

A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries and ownership of land
parcels. The Minister for Environment, Mr Aleixo Sequeira, in a
written reply said that out of the 703 complaints, so far 116
complaints have been confirmed or the show cause notices dropped.
Those named as violators by the Environment Minister include the
public works department, the Goa State Urban Development Agency,
Kadamba Transport Corporation, a bar/night club at Candolim, hotels in
Benaulim and Uttorda, beach resorts at Sernabatim and Calangute, an
automobile company at Arrossim, and a number of individuals.

In case of 442 complaints, show cause notices have been issued and
matters referred to the deputy collectors/ additional collectors
(revenue authorities) for summery inquiries, Mr Sequeira pointed out.

"The GCZMA has initiated various steps to ensure that CRZ violations
do not take place, with introduction of frequent site inspections,
issuance of show cause notices and initiation of inquiries," he
stated.

"Further, immediate inquiries are conducted and the reports send to
the GCZMA to initiate the proceedings as per the law," Mr Sequeira
informed, maintaining that the revenue authorities are keeping a
constant vigil and checking for any CRZ violations in their respective
areas.

"Also the coastal village panchayats have been directed to ensure that
no violations take place in their areas and to initiate appropriate
action against the violations noticed," he said. Meanwhile, necessary
steps have also been initiated to demarcate relevant 'no development
zone' (NDZ) for riverbanks in the state. The work of demarcating the
NDZ for rivers is being jointly carried out by the directorate of
settlement and land records (DSLR) and the GCZMA, for which modalities
are being worked out.

Mr Sequeira said that the exercise of demarcating and ground mapping
of the structures in NDZ is expected to be completed within a
time-frame of minimum 10 monsoon free months.

"The DSLR has carried out the entire exercise of demarcating the HTL
for the sea coast with the assistance of the directorate of science,
technology and environment, the GCZMA and the National Institute of
Oceanography," he informed, adding that the work is being done
departmentally.

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