Backtrack on Piazza Muzii FdI: exceptions for the events plan – Pescara

Backtrack on Piazza Muzii FdI: exceptions for the events plan – Pescara
Backtrack on Piazza Muzii FdI: exceptions for the events plan – Pescara

PESCARA. Backtrack on the exceptions to the noise abatement plan to allow micro-events to be organized in the perimeter around Piazza Muzii “in respect of the residents’ right to rest”. The Councilor for Commerce announced it, asking his own majority to address the problem of the crisis of activities in one of the key areas of Pescara’s nightlife. Alfredo Cremonese together with the councillor Zaira Zamparelli. An openness towards the managers of the premises which is however welcomed with skepticism by the representatives of the area themselves, who with Sara Di Blasio And Filippo De Bonis they accuse the two administrators of Fratelli d’Italia of «intervening only for electoral reasons after having closed their doors to us for five years».
“The question is posed on the eve of the vote, believing that it is a central issue that will necessarily have to be addressed by the majority after the elections”, point out Cremonese and Zamparelli, recalling that the issue has already been addressed in the city council with an amendment to the plan , proposed by councilor FdI, which however was not admitted to the vote. «The exemptions», explain Cremonese and Zamparelli, «would allow operators to plan micro-events, not impacting from the point of view of liveability and without an invasive acoustic impact, within certain times. We asked for it after having carried out a careful study of the existing situation, conducted on the experience of other cities, and it turned out to be the optimal, perfectly practicable solution. It could and still can today represent a solution that allows everyone’s needs to be met. Our position on the noise abatement plan has always been clear and has not changed as the months have passed, to protect the activities of companies which must be safeguarded to the maximum and not penalized. We believe that the discussion can be reopened, after the vote, to ensure that the areas subject to “protection” can continue to host events, without infringing anyone’s rights but, on the contrary, keeping alive a vocation for hospitality in which we believe very very much”. «We asked Fratelli d’Italia», conclude the councilor and councilor, «that this is an absolute priority to be included among the administration’s commitments and we expect this to happen concretely».
The reaction of the owners of the businesses around Piazza Muzii was completely different. «They massacred us with the restrictive ordinances that led to the closure of many companies», urges Sara Di Blasio, «I had to close and then, with strength and courage, I reinvested in this same area. Now I’m waiting for the facts to be available and I ask the administration for the possibility of sitting around a table to be heard: we would like to organize musical events, parades and exhibitions that bring tourism, concentrated in the afternoon hours, and also review the seating limitations that prevent us from working. We don’t want noise until 3 in the morning, but the possibility of working peacefully until 1.30.” Also of the same opinion Filippo De Boniscandidate for administrative elections with Carlo Costantini: «A month before the elections, many people ask for a meeting, we hope they remember these good intentions in June too. In the last 5 years there has been a lack of dialogue with this council and the result is there for all to see: the premises have gone from 6 to just one employee. On Mondays and Tuesdays everything is turned off here because it doesn’t suit anyone to stay open, which didn’t happen until a few years ago. We only work on weekends and if the weather permits.” Another problem concerns cleanliness: «In the square there are pieces of road surface patched up in the worst possible way and rubbish not collected for days with nauseating smells of rotten fish or organic waste left in front of the bins for three days. Even street washing is done only once a week so as not to bother residents”, concludes De Bonis.

 
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