An article from ArchaeoNews is as follows:
“Ancient Bulgarian settlement destroyed by bulldozers”
This article brings to light the issues surrounding construction around archaeological sites. The article states that the construction company was given maps of the area in order to avoid doing damage to the surrounding sites. One would think that this sort of information would have been enough to keep the company from damaging the archaeological sites. I feel that this information should have been enough for the construction company, but it brings up the idea that maybe more efforts and supervision have to be put towards all construction sites close to archaeological sites. The archaeological sites should be protected and respected by any and all, and an instance such as this may be a sign that construction sites and companies need to be more informed about the damaging effects that they can have on precious archaeology, and that maybe there needs to be something set up in order to supervise these sites more efficiently.