Sunday, 1 November 2020

Opara Decides to Regulate the Drinking of Beverages in Public Areas

November 01, 2020 -  At the very end of his term, Mayor Andro Krstulovic Opara, just like his predecessor Ivo Baldasar, has decided to regulate the drinking of beverages in public areas.

A little more than a month and a half ago, this issue was raised at the City Council, and in the meantime, Krstulovic Opara appointed a Commission to draft a Decision banning alcohol consumption in public areas in Split with the task of drafting, more precisely, preparing a draft ban document, which will go to public consultation 30 days before the city hall.

Goran Dlaka, head of the Police Department, Leona Grgic, senior advisor for business management and control of city companies, and Jurica Salinovic, recently appointed chief municipal warden, were elected to the task.

The main problem is to determine whether the ban will refer to all public places or only to some. I think that the direction will go in the way of allowing it Matejuska, ballots, and banning it in front of shops, in close proximity to schools, kindergartens ... they told us from Banovina.

Baldasar's proposal, which didn't reach the councilors three years ago, was a ban on the consumption of alcoholic beverages in public areas, for which a fine of 500 and 250 kuna, respectively, would be imposed.

As we find out, this draft will also serve as a guide.

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Tuesday, 6 June 2017

SpongeBob Gets More Votes than Split Mayor

A high number of spoiled ballots in Split has prompted an investigation.

Monday, 13 March 2017

Croatian Music Week has Begun in Split: Welcome, Porin!

On Saturday at noon, the Children's Choir Srdelice helped raise the Porin flag in Split in the presence of the Executive Director of Porin Tomislav Mrduljaš, music diva Zorica Kondža, and Mayor of Split Ivo Baldasar. The brass band ’Zvonimir' from Solin and the Children's Choir Srdelice wore Porin t-shirts and sang throughout the center of Split, accompanied by applause. Porin has officially begun.

Sunday, 19 February 2017

PHOTOS: Carnival Officially Begins in Split! Here's a Look at Opening Day

Carnival has officially begun in Split!

Friday, 17 February 2017

Carnival Opens on Pjaca Tomorrow!

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Saturday, 7 January 2017

Final Day of Advent: 3 Kućice Remain Open!

After over a month of Advent in Split, today we say goodbye to our festive fair. While most of the Christmas houses have already packed up and said their goodbyes, you can still enjoy what’s left of the kućice in Split!

Friday, 16 December 2016

Split Broke All Travel Records this Season, So What's on for Next Year?

The Split Tourist Board ended this year after a festive session of the Assembly. While we didn’t think the year could get any better for the city, all travel records were broken - making for an exciting future in 2017.

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Reconstruction and Extension of the Split Airport Terminal Set to Begin

The reconstruction and extension of the passenger terminal at Split Airport will begin, with the construction led by companies Kamgrad, Viaduct, and KFK Tehnika.

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

City of Split to Use EU Funds to Finance New Buses and a New Bus Garage in Dračevac

The city of Split is the holder of the Urban agglomeration of Split, which includes 12 more cities and municipalities. By the year 2023, Split will have the opportunity to attract 62.7 million euros from the EU for the implementation of development projects.

Monday, 12 September 2016

Debacle by Baldasar in Split, Wins Only 303 Preferential Votes

Most preferential votes in Split went to Damir Krstičević from HDZ (12.849)

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