The China Post
Date: April 10, 2015
By: Yuan-Ming Chiao
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taipei City officials issued documents detailing water usage violations to
owners of “Villa 32” yesterday, following complaints from area residents.
Officials stated that while operators of the resort had obtained permits to use white and blue sulfur hot spring water from the Taipei Water Department (台北自來水事業處), they did not obtain legal permits to dig wells.
According to the Taipei City Government Department of Economic Development (產發局), violations to Article 32 of the “Hot Springs Act” (溫泉法) will result in fines of NT$50,000. The city has given operators of the villa until 5 p.m. on Saturday to seal the well.
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