From Kathimerini:

Laborers working to extend the harbor on the island of Naxos are dumping truckloads of building material in front of an archaeological site even though a court has ordered local authorities to suspend the work, campaigners claimed yesterday.

A group of 33 concerned residents lodged an appeal in February with the Council of State, Greece’s highest administrative court, asking for the construction work taking place in front of the Temple of Apollo to be stopped because of fears it is damaging the site.

The court asked that the construction be suspended until it reaches a verdict, but the campaigners said that work is still going on. Naxos Mayor Nikolaos Marakis told Kathimerini that the construction materials are being used to build a ramp and not to extend the harbor, so the court’s decision is not being breached.