Reggio, the demolition and reconstruction project of the San Brunello kindergarten is underway


By John

Mayor Giuseppe Falcomatàtogether with the councillors Anna Briante and Carm him Romeo, took part in the start of the demolition and reconstruction works of the new municipal kindergarten of San Brunello, the project of which is included in the Pnrr program for an investment of 500 thousand euros. The bulldozers of the company in charge have begun to demolish the old and ancient building which will soon make room for a modern and welcoming structure.

«The San Brunello nursery school – explained the mayor – closed for 10 years, had become a shelter for scooter carcasses, a place of drug dealing and prostitution. Before its decommissioning, children were forced to serve lunch in undignified containers. Soon, they will be able to experience the new spaces in complete freedom and safety.”

«It is about – continued Falcomatà – theyet another work that starts in our city, thanks to the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, with funds of 500 thousand euros. Naturally, today’s meeting also represented a good opportunity to meet many residents of this beautiful neighborhood who reported some problems of the populous block such as the maintenance of flowerbeds, trees or common spaces. The idea, therefore, is that through the redevelopment of this kindergarten the entire district can regain strength.”

For the Education Councilor, Anna Briante, “from every demolition comes a rebirth”. «The revival of the San Brunello nursery school – she said – will be very useful and will represent a real feather in the cap for the neighbourhood. In fact, when a renovation is carried out, the entire surrounding urban context benefits.” «The kindergarten – added the councilor – it will be able to accommodate up to 40 children and will be equipped with an adequate canteen, will exploit renewable energy for heating and will also include a play area outside the building to serve the children of the neighborhood. It will, therefore, be a starting point to try to satisfy the demand of the many families in our city. Little by little we will be able to increase the potential of every structure already existing in the municipal area.”