Municipality Tivat will, on Tuesday the 21st of March, 2017, traditionally mark the International Day of Forests. Active participants shall, in cooperation with High School "Mladost" participate in reforestation of the areas damaged by wildfires located above the village Peani, municipality Tivat.
This event is a part of the spring planting project at Vrmac, for implementation of the activities envisioned by the three-year reforestation plan 2016 - 2018, at which time the planting of 15 seedlings of wild chestnut trees is anticipated.
The idea of recognizing the International Day of Forests was introduced at the 23rd session of the General Assembly of the European Confederation of Agriculture in 1971. March 21st, as the day of the autumn in the southern and of spring equinox in the northern hemisphere, has been selected as a date and day of this celebration. 21st of March marks the three key aspects of forestry: protection, production, and recreation, all in order to remind us of the importance of forests, as well as to highlight the numerous benefits it offers to humanity.
President of the Municipality Tivat, Prof. Snezana Matijevic, PhD held the first regular quarterly press conference at the municipality multimedia hall in Tivat, on Monday, 13th of March, 2017. In the presence of media representatives, Tivat Municipality executives offered details of all current affairs, and ongoing topics and activities.
The First topic in question was the construction of the first phase of the road Cacovo I which is in its final stage, despite a number of difficulties caused by bad weather conditions. Tender for the construction of Phase II in the amount of 200,000 euros, has begun on 13.03.2017.
The second topic discussed was the walkway Belani, the project municipality is working on, in cooperation with the Public Enterprise "Morsko Dobro". Commencement of works on this local promenade has not yet started, and according to the president of the municipality, local officials are not able to influence the current problems related to this project. However, prof. Snezana Matijevic, PhD is hoping that issues in question are of temporary nature and as such will be solved in an efficient and budget friendly manner.