Plot owners to lose land over unpaid rates
SEE ALSO :No end in sight for Kanyakwar land rowOn Friday, Tana River County Secretary Joshua Jarha also directed landowners to submit letters of occupancy and allotment and rate payment receipts within 30 days of the notice. In a public notice issued to the plot owners, Mr Jarha said for the efficient land rate management and verification of ownership records captured by the county government, the proprietors of the land both developed and undeveloped must submit relevant documents for verification. "For efficient land rate administration of public land and verification of existing temporary occupancy licence as captured by administration all those in possession are directed to submit in their temporal occupancy both new and expired within 30 days and receipts of annual land payment," he said. He said tenants of county government houses and estates who have constructed illegal structures will be demolished. This action by the county follows illegal allocation of land by unscrupulous people in pretext of being workers of the county government.
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