Land reform drones on despite funding woes

  • 1999-08-26
  • Paul Beckman
IGNALINA/VILNIUS - Dalia Kapociene, a land surveyor in Lithuania's eastern region of Ignalina, is no stranger to carrying around a heavy load of supplies when working. Paperwork, iron poles, metal stakes and a 500-meter tape measure all contribute to the burden.Despite the weight of the equipment, Kapociene decided this summer she could still manage to carry a chip on her shoulder as well. As state funding for Lithuania's land reform program began drying up this summer, so did Kapociene's salary and incentive to work.In August, more funding had been promised by the government and the target...
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