Sixteen couples from Traveler settled in Ribiers on Thursday, June 2. One of the installed groups members agrees that it was illegal, but due to the negative feedback from the local reception areas, we chose to travel here. The area was familiar to us because we had been there several times. To add, "When we leave we will compensate the town hall for its participation in the costs. We actually proposed it immediately to the mayor. Because of our double axles as well as the cost, we cannot set up camp in campsites. We travel around France to find work. Therefore, we tend to maintain the gardens, trim hedges, and prune.
Gerard Nicolas, the Mayor of Montreal, claims that they "forced the stadium's gate". He must still accommodate them for seven consecutive days and provide them with electricity and water, as required by law. "We also provided sanitary facilities for them on the water body. I will ask them to pay their compensation to L'Etoile Sportif Ribieroise for the Friday night's inability to train the young players.
While they say that it is possible to find work in certain cities, they recognize that this is not the case everywhere. They explain: "We leave our pitches clean to allow us to be welcomed back the next time." They had left Haute-Normandie in order to return at the beginning of the school year. We just returned from Bonneville, and we are now arriving in Annemasse. We will be leaving Buech for Frejus where we will spend more or less time depending on the work we find. We will make agreements with municipalities if this is the case. Sometimes, we sign agreements.