The municipal council chaired by the mayor Nicola Fiorita approved, upon proposal of the councillors Borelli and Iemma, a further act of direction on the subject of maritime state concessions for recreational tourism purposes. In particular, the executive has indicated to the Heritage-Provisional sector to postpone from 10 to 25 February the deadline for submitting the request for the release of a provisional concession, in accordance with the provisions of the Implementation Regulation of the Navigation Code. However, the deadline for deferring the effectiveness of existing concessions remains unchanged; deadline already set for March 31st.
The policy document also took into consideration – accepting it – the request relating to the drafting of the Regulation for the management of municipal maritime property. The latter, in fact, will be sent in draft form to the trade associations before its adoption. The deadline for its drafting and simultaneous transmission to the competent council commissions has been postponed to March 10.
Finally, the council has reserved the right to promote the revocation of the approved policy act and of all the prerequisite and related measures, if this is made necessary by the occurrence of provisions, including community ones, directly applicable to the Italian legal system.
Commenting on the decisions taken, Mayor Fiorita said that “the municipal administration understood willingly accept the requests made by operators and trade associations during the most recent meetings, to maintain the climate of collaboration that has been established and to confirm the Municipality’s full willingness to share paths and objectives in this phase. Our aim – added the mayor – was and remains to guarantee the peaceful conduct of the bathing season, to make work safe and to do so while protecting the needs of stakeholders within a framework of full legality”.