(ANSA) – MACERATA, 02 NOV – Five years after the earthquakes that shook central Italy in 2016, reconstruction has also begun in the small Marche village of Ussita (Macerata), where about 200 people out of 420 registered residents currently live registry office. The municipal offices inform ANSA that at the moment there are 126 requests for contributions for the recovery of the private building heritage. The files that have already obtained the decree from the Special Reconstruction Office are 62, of which 35 from last March to today.
At the moment there are 33 open construction sites, the vast majority for the recovery of serious damage.
“But the planning for the reconstruction of public buildings has also begun”, underlines the mayor Silvia Bernardini, who lists some of the main works on which the municipal administration is working: “In the meantime – he says – our Town Hall will not be rebuilt where it was before the earthquake, but it will be built together with the police station “.
“The old town hall – he says – will become a museum”.
“The other main public works we are working on – adds the mayor – are the recovery of the monumental cemetery, the ice rink, the sports hall of Frontignano, the retirement home and the technological platform where housing modules for the workers who will take care of the reconstruction of Ussita “. “The ordinances produced by the extraordinary commissioner Giovanni Legnini – observes the mayor of Ussita – have given a fundamental acceleration to the reconstruction”. (HANDLE).
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