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Earthquake: Legnini, 4,000 construction sites completed

2021-03-03T10:08:13.207Z

"The reconstruction made significant progress in 2020: at the end of the year there were 3,248 active private sites and 253 public and church sites. Over the past year, then, 1,700 sites were completed, bringing the total to about 4. ( HANDLE)



(ANSA) - ROME, MARCH 03 - "The reconstruction recorded important progress in 2020: at the end of the year there were 3,248 active private sites and 253 public and church


   sites. the total at about 4,000, with as many families who have returned to their homes.

This is what the extraordinary commissioner, Giovanni Legnini, writes in the introduction of the report "The reconstruction of Central Italy in 2020".


    "All the data indicate significant or in any case significant progress, starting from the number of grant applications, which reached about 20,000, with an increase of 62% compared to the total of the previous three years. The same percentage increase occurred for the granting decrees" , adds Legnini.

Which also recalls the increase in personnel both in the special offices and in the municipalities and in the commissioner structure: "200 new hires were arranged in 2020, in implementation of a law dating back to 2018, and a further 138 personnel in 2021 using the economies recorded in the previous years ", explains Legnini.


    "The commissioner structure, in turn - he adds - has been the subject of a profound reorganization, with the coverage of the staff already foreseen and increases in professionalism used in new organizational structures and the activity of the recently appointed sub-commissioners".

(HANDLE).


Source: ansa

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