|This translation is a draft by students of Maggiolini High School from Parabiago|
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OLONA RIVER' S TREATY
Now we’re going to
have a look at the planning of the
redevelopment areas which are contained
are going to postpone to a date to be
set for the need of time for the
technicians to draft projects.
The ones who didn’t come to the meetings can send us an e-mail with their personal proposals
REALIZED PLANNING ACTIVITIES REPORT
THIRD MEETING RED-BACKED SHRIKE HAPPY HOUR PROJECT
A floreal toast (happy hour offered by LIPU, black locust flowers offered by the Park) has gladden the participants of the Red-backed shire Happy Hour Project on 12/05/2014 (Legambiente Parabiago, LIPU Parabiago, Parabiago’s municipality, Canegrate and Legnano, S. Ambrogio factory, Carla Musazzi Museum, human Ecosystem) while we had discussed about the project in the areas of Parabiago and Nerviano’s municipalities around Madonna Dio’l Sà church which will be included in the environmental compensations of the expository slab EXPO 2015. Some subjects about urban vegetable garden has also emerged, about the opportunity of planting essences with edible fruits, about the need of use some field to produce food for small production chains.
The spending review hasn’t prevent to the happy hour project participants on 05/05/2014 (Legambiente Parabiago,ENGEA Italian equestrian guide, “Parco Mulini” stable, Confcommercio, Nerviano’s cycle society, Legnano’s art and history society, two students from Politecnico University, LIPU Parabiago, Parabiago and Legnano’s municipality) to taste the black locust fresh flowers and deputy mayor’s water happy hour.
We have also discussed
about red-backed shrike project, in
particular about the
naturalistic area of
located in via Unione, which is going
to be realized in the area of interest
of environmental compensations of the
expository slab EXPO 2015.
RED-BACKED SHRIKE HAPPY HOUR PROJECT
A toast with the mayor’s
water, but with a “bubbly” project…