there are many priorities indicated by citizens and exhibitors

Itinerant advice. On the agenda are the completed projects (Ruffio roundabout, repaving of the Macerone section and development of events in all the nuclei), the ongoing interventions and the needs shared by the citizens. This morning the mayor Enzo Lattuca and the councilors have inaugurated the tour of the twelve districts, and the hamlets of the municipality of Cesena, meeting with the citizens and exhibitors of the neighborhood of Al Mare. Accompanying the council is the president of the district Andrea Montanari and a representative of the council who will meet in the middle of tomorrow evening, Wednesday 15 June, for a second meeting with the mayor and councilors.

“After the signing of the district agreements,” said Mayor Enzo Lattuca, “this morning we resumed the discussion on the territory on the state of implementation of the agreements and in relation to the future prospects. During these two years, the dialogue with the districts has never failed, but meeting weekly in the territory allows us to resume the dialogue in person with the city, as happened before the pandemic, and to observe closely what the citizens were asking for. the most effective solutions. In recent years, the mayor continues, there have been notable changes in the context of the pandemic but also in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, which guarantees us significant funding that involves a radical reorganization of programming, guaranteeing new responses to the public. In relation to the Al Mare district, almost all the requests dealt with refer to the safety of provincial and municipal roads and the promotion of local public transport, especially with regard to the Bulgarnò hamlet “.

After the town hall, the mayor and councilors together with the president Andrea Montanari and councilors Miriam Zanoli, Antimo Ferraro, Marco Fabbri, Pierpaolo Licheri and Alex Baiardi made a stop in the different districts of the district to see up close the most critical points highlighted by the district. First stop at the Ruffio 5 football field, which is part of the “Ciutat Verda Cesen” sports area improvement project; second stage in Macerone with the proposal to create new elevated pedestrian crossings to secure the stretch of road; third stage the via Provinciale Ruffio; fourth stage Bulgarnò with the proposal to create a stop on line 21 of local public transport. The morning ended with a visit to the Ponte Pietra summer resort.

“It is always essential – says the president of Quartiere Al Mare Andrea Montanari – to have a moment of confrontation with the municipal administration also because the Districts must feel at the center of administrative action. We all carry out voluntary work that fits well with the daily activity of the public administration. So far we have focused on a territorial planning work already planned within the respective neighborhood agreements but the absolute priority continues to be represented by the security of the Provincial Hall and Ruffio and the municipality of Capannaguzzo, for the creation of connections, even bike lanes. , which make our villages feel less isolated. This is the case of Bulgarno, for example, but also of Capannaguzzo and Macerone, for whom we asked for the construction of a bike lane. The Al Mare district, in fact, is unevenly distributed and is the second in terms of territorial size: in this sense, in relation to the programming of the events of the biennial 2022-2023, we have planned initiatives in all districts of the district and not only in Ponte Pietra, as happened for many years. Over these two years – Montanari continues – the municipal administration has managed to obtain important results, some of which have been expected for more than thirty years: think of the Ruffio roundabout but also the execution of the works of Hera and in the asphalt of the section. of Via Macerone. In the near future, the District and the Municipality will have to work in full synergy for road safety, with interventions aimed at protecting pedestrians and road users and with routine maintenance work on the asphalt and signage. “

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