“We have no plan, and the City should have it. For an organized size such as a city or county or state, and in the age in which we live, a development plan must exist. If it does not exist, then it is irresponsible behavior towards the city, citizens and the state. The development program must be made for a minimum of eight and a maximum of 10 years, because every incoming city council should have an inherited plan.”, Said Miličić and added that he believes that citizens should have insight into it, as well as the right to express their views on it. He also stressed that Split must develop elite tourism, and not, as he put it, “Zimmer frei” tourism. As part of the seminar, a panel was held on the topic “On the edge: Does Split exist after tourism” with the participation of Jakša Miličić, former mayor of Split, during whose mandate the city experienced great demographic expansion and realized several major projects important for the city Babić, art historian, former rector of the University of Split and the initiator of numerous public and cultural initiatives. The GradOdrasta initiative was created after a group of architects and urban planners, at the invitation of the Zagreb Architecture Salon, made a detailed analysis of the state of space in Split for presentation at the 53rd Zagreb Architecture Salon in 2018. The analysis resulted in a map called Disaster map, which is a set of data on communal, spatial and urban facts about the city of Split, and which was presented at the seminar City on the brink of disaster 2018. A three-day seminar for architects, urban planners and activists “City on the brink of disaster 19” was held in Split this weekend, organized to network active citizens and professionals and exchange knowledge and experiences related to the healthy development of the city, Slobodna Dalmacija reports. The interlocutors discussed contemporary social developments and the long-term consequences that unplanned and devastating aspects of tourism will have on the city. With the experience of another season that brought chaos in traffic, social and economic form, the panel raised the question of whether there is an option in which Split will survive everything that has happened to it in recent years. Referring to the degradation of urban space and the environment of the city in which we live, work and create, the initiative through various activities seeks to make citizens aware of the right (and necessity) to be involved in spatial planning processes, equip them with the necessary tools and knowledge to respond in a timely manner. “Split pushes the boundaries of what is conceivable, real, legal and surreal in its spatial development on an almost daily basis. Our starting point is to problematize the complete dependence of Split on the growth of tourism, as well as a kind of decadence in which the city falls, completely leaving the quality of life to the urban element, “she said. on behalf of the organizer Antonija Kuzmanić. Source / photo: Free Dalmatia; A city on the brink of disaster 19
Odion Ighalo’s fourth goal in a Manchester United shirt was his best yet, with the Nigerian scoring a wonderful goal to put his side 1-0 up away at LASK in the Europa League on Thursday night.In the first half, Bruno Fernandes picked out the Nigerian with a gorgeous outside of the boot pass and Ighalo controlled it superbly, performing two kick-ups to set himself and unleash a thunderous strike that went in off the bar with his weaker left foot. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reaction on the bench perfectly summed up the sensational piece of play from Ighalo.The stunning goal means Ighalo, who signed on loan from Shanghai Shenhua, has scored four goals in three starts against Brugge, Derby County and now LASK. However, the club are set to reimburse all 700 fans who bought tickets through the club. They will refund £350 for their travel, accommodation, in addition to tickets purchased, to the total cost of £245,000 to the club.A text from the club to supporters read: “We appreciate the lengths to which supporters go to follow the team wherever we are playing in Europe. We understand that, for many fans, the cost of travel and accommodation for the LASK game will have been non-refundable.Odion Ighalo has scored every time he has started for Manchester United and has now scored as many goals for the club as Radamel Falcao did (4). pic.twitter.com/xS7R2don3f— The Peoples Person (@PeoplesPerson_) March 12, 2020Read Also:Europa: Ighalo’s goal inspires Man Utd’s 5-0 demolition of LASK“Given this unique occasion, we have chosen to pay a fixed sum of £350 to all supporters who were due to attend tonight’s game having purchased tickets through the club.“This is in addition to the match ticket refund which has now been processed and should be credited to your account within 3 working days.“The £350 will also be credited to your account within 5 working days and appear as a separate payment. Thanks.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth Loading… Unfortunately there were no Manchester United fans in the away end to see Odion Ighalo do his best Tony Yeboah impression and ripple the net.That’s because the Austrian government made a late decision to play the round of 16 first leg behind closed doors.
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