They prevent a Nordelta employee from climbing one of the buses in the complex
Deliberative Council approved the scheme enabling service line 723
"This will end the pineapples," commented somebody, and for a moment augury seemed inevitable. The extraordinary meeting of the Tigre Deliberative Council was due to begin at. 10, but at. 11.30 pm Legislators' seats were still empty. The rest of the room was a beehive,
dozens of tight people argue with each other, shouting slogans, ragged posters written on cardboard.
In the first line were blonde manners, watches, rings and bombastic bracelets of the inhabitants of Nordelta, which brought signs with the words "Listen to the neighbors" and "No public transport". Further back, Peronist militants sang the "streets are from the city" and "tigger yes, no colony".
In this hot context, it was announced last afternoon yesterday the unanimous approval of the regulation, which in the next 90 days approved the introduction of line 723 of groups in Nordelta. The exclusive property segment was founded almost twenty years ago by businessman Eduardo Costantini.
723 has not yet come into the neighborhood, but the conflict has already reached the courts. Two days ago, two neighbors filed an amparo before a court in San Isidro's administrative trial. The path of the line to Nordelta is currently sintered.
The standard advocated by Massista mayor Julio Zamora makes it possible to unfold the routes of the line to "optimize passenger transport in some locations in the party" to "cover the needs of the population manifested with greater intensity from urban growth and population." In another session that took place at the end of last month, the ruling party had failed to gather the necessary votes for consideration.
"There are no modern cities without public transport for the citizens, regardless of their condition," said Zamora LA NACION. The inhabitants of Nordelta were very angry with the decision. "That was not the result we expected, we felt totally deceived," said Liliana Villagra, from the Castores quarter. "This is a blow to the neighbors," added Osvaldo Campoo, Las Glorietas.
For the neighbors, this measure will violate Nordelta's "double concentric security ring", access control system, dome and surveillance cameras in the complex. Although the scheme does not include monitoring mechanisms for the entities entering the complex, Zamora said that they are open to agree on "a proposal that brings souls to the neighbors".
Since 2001, the micro company MaryGo operates two services in Nordelta, an internal and one that travels to Capital. From November began to be heard about alleged episodes of discrimination against domestic workers who did not allow sharing their service with neighbors. In the company they said that the problems were due to a reduction in frequencies scheduled for the entrance of 723.
"The problem was that at 17 there were 400 people and there was no way to get them out there were more people than buses," said Nicolás Pasqualini, owner of MaryGo, who maintained that "internal service was never profitable" and that he will be dedicated to earning other trips.
Some neighborhood members presented an alternative project to the Transport Committee for Deliberative Council, which allowed MaryGo to add larger units, new transfer points and free passages to residents and employees who were discarded. "I do not understand why they did not agree to have a free shuttle that would be paid with very little money at our expense," said Any Vodovosoff, from Castores.