Regulatory Steps Needed to Accelerate Land Grant for Shrimp Estate in Sukamara Regency
PALANGKA RAYA – EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION BUREAU. The Central Kalimantan Provincial Government, through the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, held a Coordination Meeting to Accelerate the Completion of the Shrimp Estate Land Development Grant from Sukamara Regency Government to the Central Kalimantan Provincial Government. The Coordination Meeting was chaired by the Governor’s Expert Staff for Government, Law, and Politics Herson B. Aden, at Bajakah Meeting Room, Central Kalimantan Governor’s Office, Monday (7/3/2022).
This Coordination Meeting was held to follow up on the direction of Governor Sugianto Sabran regarding the program for developing vaname shrimp cultivation areas in Sei Raja, Sukamara Regency. In his presentation, the Governor’s Expert Staff, Herson B. Aden, said that between Sukamara Regency and Central Kalimantan Province, there was a need for regulatory stages related to land development grant for Shrimp Estate.
The concept of cultivation that is implemented must be integrated, zero waste, and with modern aquaculture in Sukamara. Therefore, cooperation among villages and sub-districts is needed as well as dissemination to community members so that there is coordination and synchronization among villages, regency and province to improve the welfare of the people in Sukamara.
In the Shrimp Estate in Sukamara, an office building or UPT for brackish water aquaculture will also be built, which will later be responsible for managing the Shrimp Estate in collaboration with related private parties.
In addition, the Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Office and the Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) Office as the implementers carry out activities through the Revised Regional Budget. The grant is made so that activities can be carried out and it is hoped that Sukamara may become a shrimp barn. This can be done if there are recommendations from APIP and Finance and Development Supervisory Agency (BPKP).
Sukamara Regent H. Windu Subagio welcomed the Shrimp Estate activities and hoped that the existence of this shrimp pond could be beneficial for the community and improve the economy in Central Kalimantan.
Being present in this meeting were the Head of Central Kalimantan Marine Affairs and Fisheries Office H. Darliansjah, and several Heads of Central Kalimantan Provincial Government Institutions as well as other related parties. (may/fen/transl.feb)