We did not think about the tram project from metropolitan to the owners of the bar: Akçaray Tramvay project was expropriated and the owners of the bars sent to the notice were shocked at the Metropolitan. “We didn't think about you in the project“
Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, which was decided to demolish the workplace for the tram project of the Metropolitan Municipality of Kocaeli, met with the Chairman of the Kocaeli Entertainment Place Investors Association (KEYDER), Yusuf Ziya Tom, and the Bar Street Shop tradesmen, and went to the Metropolitan Municipality and met with Deputy Secretary General Gökmen Mengüç. During the meeting; It was revealed that the fate of the tradesmen whose businesses were to be demolished in Akçaray's project configuration was not considered.
UNDER THE AGREEMENT
The owners of Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, who were declared to be demolished due to the passing of the line under the adına Akçaray ve tram project which is among the election promises before the local elections of 30 March, took the office of the Deputy Secretary General of the Metropolitan Municipality Gökmen Mengüç in search of their rights and finding a solution. Yusuf Ziya Tom, the president of Kocaeli Entertainment Center Investors Association whose short name is KEYDER, and his business owners went to Metropolitan Municipality and in the evening of their office, Deputy Secretary General Gökmen Mengüç had entered the meeting. During the meeting, which was held closed to the press, it was said that nerves were stretched in places, and there was no agreement between municipal and business owners.
KARAOSMANOĞLU ON THE TABLE
Speaking to the press after the meeting with Gökmen Mengüç, Deputy Secretary General of Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, KEYDER President Yusuf Ziya Tom stated that they were not considered during the design phase of the tram line. “We realized that the Metropolitan officials had nothing in mind about the bar owners there,” said Tom in a statement. There are people having fun in licensed places serving in this life. Entertainment is a must-have part of people's lives. When we said how do you ignore this, they said, then we started thinking. They said that they will sit at the table with Metropolitan Municipality Mayor İbrahim Karaosmanoğlu and that this will be a big problem that will cause headaches in the future ”.
THOUSAND 100 PERSON IS EMPLOYED
Continuing to explain KEYDER President Yusuf Ziya Tom, known as Bar Street Street and the area to be expropriated a thousand 100 people are employed, said: EY There are only bars. Hotel, market, insurance and cafes are located in expropriated places. There is no such thing as just the bars to be demolished. Sadece Reminding that they were forcibly taken out of the fairground at the time, Tom said, v They think, 'We pass the tram here, and we'll remove the bars from here.' They cleared the bars from the fair and forced them into the city. Now they're trying to get us out of the area they're squeezing. They do this by putting the tram project into this area. They think of a city where everyone is locked up and everyone sits at home. Düşünüy
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Serkan Güyük, who came to the meeting on behalf of the Terrace Bar in Bar Street, said that the entertainment industry is not something to be ashamed of and that their mentality aims to make the entertainment venues look bad. Güyük said, “Bars are places where 60 thousand students celebrate their birthdays. Having fun is also a part of being human. Our licenses are ours kazanare our rights. You can carry the butcher, the grocer wherever you want. You cannot change the address by filing a petition with the tax office by obtaining our license and changing the address. They do not have a well-intentioned approach. They are not demolishing houses, they are demolishing workplaces. The people working here send their children to school with the money they get from here. Unless they show us a new field, our industry will disappear. Eliminating them will not only eliminate us, but they will affect the lives of hundreds of thousands of people who come to our workplaces with us. Should people have fun in the streets?” made a statement.