The Ustí nad Labem town hall will evict the residents of several dozen council flats after they failed to tidy up the mess in their surroundings, a local paper reports. The daily said the town hall had repeatedly called for the premises to be cleaned up, fearing the spread of diseases and rodents but no action had been taken over several months. The decision to have the inhabitants evicted was made in cooperation with health inspectors and social workers. The mayor has said it is definitive.
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