Presented project that will arrange and upgrade part of the port of Cres

first_imgToday, the County Port Authority of Cres presented the project “Reconstruction and upgrades of the western part of the port of Cres” whose work officially begins in the first days of September. The project “Reconstruction and upgrade of the western part of the port of Cres” is worth almost 40 million kuna, of which almost 30 million kuna was co-financed through the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014-2020. In addition, adequate mooring and mooring security will be provided for liner ships in year-round liner shipping, better access to the place of embarkation for persons with reduced mobility will be arranged and ensured, bus and sea terminals will be connected, and the passenger terminal will be more accessible to vehicles. delivery and emergency services, as well as quality and safer pedestrian access. “The new western port of Cres will create a completely new view of our city and, with the realization of the project, we will get a better entrance to the port that will meet the needs of our fellow citizens and visitors in the future. The County Port Authority has made a valuable step forward in achieving this goal and is creating a port that meets 21st century standards. As the mayor of the city where this valuable project will be implemented, I am proud that the integration of the island of Cres and the islets of the Cres archipelago into the wider transport network will be strengthened, which directly affects the improvement of education and access to medical care.”, Said the Mayor of the City of Cres Kristijan Jurjako. The project worth 40 million kuna is a continuation of the arrangement of the Cres waterfront, which will directly contribute to increasing the quality of life of the inhabitants of the island of Cres and the surrounding islets It is a project that will build an external breakwater to accommodate liner passenger ships and arrange the mainland part of the port, which consists of a narrow coastal strip and shallow coastal sea that stretches along the Cres coastal road – a valuable urban space, important in creating the image and identity of Cres. The project is one of the most significant since the establishment of ZLU Cres and one of the largest investments in the maritime domain in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. center_img Photo: PR “Never before has investments been made in port infrastructure. We have to thank especially the European funds, the port authorities that prepare these projects, but also the Ministry that helps them in the application process. As recently as three years ago, when I took on the role of minister, I insisted on starting the construction of port infrastructure. Today, investments in transport infrastructure amount to around 20 billion kuna and, I repeat, I am especially proud of the fact that we are building ports. Such projects are of great importance for the development of the Croatian coast and Croatian islands”, Emphasized the Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Oleg Butković. The project will build an external breakwater with a total length of about 185 meters and a width of about 6 meters, and arrange the land part of the port with a length of about 280 meters. Completion of the project is planned by the end of 2021, and it will ensure the necessary protection of the waters within the port area of ​​the port of Cres, ie protection of the bay from waves and wind, which directly affects the preservation of property (vessels) of Cres residents during storms. “I am proud that the Cres County Port Authority has started this important investment project which will significantly improve the quality of life of our fellow citizens. First of all, the project will create the basis for the development and increase of the number of year-round lines to the county center, archipelago islands, as well as economic centers in the area, and most importantly, improve the connection with medical and educational centers. A quality port and a quality line are a prerequisite for preserving life on the islands and the basis for further development of the local economy and tourism, which is why I am glad that Cres is part of the story of connecting Croatian islands.”, Said the director of the County Port Authority of Cres Anton Opatić and added that the implementation of the project will reduce congestion and congestion in the port, which are very common during the summer season.last_img read more

The cities of Mali Lošinj and Cres have signed an agreement on cooperation between tourist boards!

first_img“I welcome today’s informal association of the tourist boards of Mali Lošinj and Cres. I am convinced that by working together we have the opportunity to better position ourselves in the market and develop projects that will stimulate the overall economic development of our archipelago, which is extremely important in these challenging times. We have excellent cooperation with Cres and we hope that this agreement will also produce many good projects for the development of our islands, but most importantly, that it will improve the quality of life of its inhabitants. ” pointed out Ana Kučić, Mayor of the City of Mali Lošinj and President of the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj. “Tourist boards have jointly developed a strategy for the development of tourism in our archipelago, so informal association is just a logical continuation of cooperation. The joint development of a strategy is a kind of engagement of our tourism, and this is an association of marriage. The synergy that will result in this tourist marriage will contribute to the recognition of our archipelago as a unique tourist destination with many special features of Cres and Lošinj, from Tramuntana in the north to Ilovik in the south. ” said Kristijan Jurjako, president of the Cres Tourist Board and mayor of Cres. The master plan envisages that Mali Lošinj and Cres will approach the valorization of hitherto unused resources and interpret them in an innovative and modern way, and that the principle of sustainability will be applied through all development activities in order to preserve the natural environment and quality of life. The vision of tourism in Mali Lošinj and Cres is defined in cooperation with key destination stakeholders and is based on three main pillars – Sun and Sea, a tourist product that currently generates the largest share of tourist traffic, then active holiday as a primary tourist product in the pre- and post-season as well Wellbeing which represents the essence of the experience of health tourism and Wellness & Spa programs in the destination.  The cities of Cres and Mali Lošinj have been cooperating at all levels for years, have joint utility companies, a development agency and cooperate on numerous projects, so informal association of tourist boards is a logical sequence of cooperation, especially because they are connected islands. cooperate and be one tourist brand. The Tourist Board of the City of Cres and the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj are currently implementing a unique Tourism development master plan based on which long-term visions, growth goals and a framework for the development of a competitive tourism strategy that will contribute to improving the quality of life and creating new development cycles were defined.  Mayor of the City of Cres – Kristijan Jurjako, Mayor of the City of Mali Lošinj – Ana Kučić Director of the Tourist Board of Cres – Sanja Živanović, Director of the Tourist Board of Mali Lošinj – Dalibor Cvitković The guests perceive the Cres-Lošinj archipelago as one destination, which was recognized by the towns of Cres and Mali Lošinj, and signed agreement on cooperation of tourist boards. With this document, they announced the continuation of joint activities with the aim of further development of tourism. Author of photos: TZGML, Hrvoje Serdarlast_img read more

Jay Street decision sets bad precedent

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Re March 7 article, “Ex-inspector cleared of major counts”: [Kenneth] Tyree’s getting away with homicide in the Jay Street fire sets an interesting precedent.Defendants can plead ignorance, based on the fact that they weren’t properly instructed. I can just hear the defense counsel now: “Your Honor and members of the jury, no one taught my client how to properly use an AR-15, therefore, he’s not guilty of killing all those people.”The jury’s decision is pathetic.Arthur HombachSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Schenectady’s Lucas Rodriguez forging his own path in dance, theater, musicEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationSchenectady High School senior class leaders look to salvage sense of normalcylast_img read more

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