Published: March 23 2023
Summary: The EU-funded treetop walk in Nyírmártonfalva has been surrounded by controversy after it was found to have resulted in the clear-cutting of the surrounding woodland. While Google Earth satellite imagery shows the forest was standing in February, it was gone by the time of the project's completion. This has caused local outrage, as the treetop project was only intended to supplement the natural beauty of the forest, not replace it. The project was awarded to Filemon Mihály, a Fidesz mayor, whose company received 60 million forints of government funding for the project.
- An EU-funded treetop walk near Nyírmártonfalva has resulted in the clear-cutting of the surrounding forest
- The project was intended to complement the forest, not replace it
- The project was awarded to a company owned by the Fidesz mayor, which received 60 million forints in funding for the project
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