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    Tree inventory is underway. Dry trees and those with fungal infections must be removed for safety reasons. Felling, however, is a last-resort measure. This autumn, the City will plant almost 7,000 trees.

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    Warsaw schools and pre-schools may require to employ more than 3000 teachers to fill in vacancies. It is the result of a“deform” of education introduced by the current government.

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    Sweeping machines and street washers cleaned the main streets of Warsaw on the night between the 10th and 11th June. As part of its smog control programme, the City has allocated additional funds for more frequent cleaning of 600 km of the major streets. Regular cleaning will improve air quality.

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    There were four assailants. They entered the school through a ground-level window. They managed to access a classroom, and attack the school children. The teachers and students locked the doors in the other classrooms.

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    Fitch Ratings has affirmed the highest possible credit rating for Warsaw, including the rating of the bond issue programme and the City's municipal bonds in the domestic market. Moody's assesses Warsaw's creditworthiness at A2 with a stable outlook.

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    A new school for 750 students is under construction at Oś Królewska Street in Wilanów District. The grounds adjacent to the playing field will be transformed into a park accessible to the general public.

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    trams In four years, more than 500 low-floor trams will be in operation in Warsaw. Tramwaje Warszawskie (Warsaw Trams) signed a contract with Hyundai Rotem Company concerning the supply of 213 new trams. Polish and Korean engineers will work on this joint project.

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    The 30th anniversary of the first free elections will be celebrated in Warsaw between 1 and 7 June with concerts, exhibitions, debates, competitions, theatre performances, and presentations of publications related to the breakthrough year of 1989.

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    The first section of EKOpark in Ursus is open. Solar-powered street lamps, pans collecting storm water to irrigate plants, and a playground built of natural materials - these are only some of the elements of this new green space. This post-industrial space has become a new leisure area thanks to the EU Funds.

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    Appointment of Plenipotentiary for Women, and the Women Council, support and safety schemes, increased funding for in vitro procedures, vaccinations against HPV, and access to healthcare without the conscience clause - these are the main features of the “Warsaw for Women” programme.

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    The tenement house at 15 Mała St. has undergone a major transformation. On Friday, 17 May, Rafał Trzaskowski handed over keys to its first residents.

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    Warsaw is a rapidly developing metropolis. No changes would have been possible without European funds and other aid sources, including Norway Grants, which play a significant role in this support.

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    It is a true art to renovate the façade and retain the bullet holes. It is no wonder that the building of Special Primary School No 123 has received the title of a “Well-Maintained Heritage Site” The head of the school received a diploma and a special information plaque.

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    A tenement at Wilsona Square in Żoliborz was decorated with a plaque commemorating the figure of the square’s patron - Thomas Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States of America.

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    Warsaw was awarded in a competition entitled “Accessibility Leader 2019” aimed at promoting architectural and urban designs, and solutions which provide support for persons with disabilities.

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    We support Warsaw libraries as part of the library development programme. It was created in cooperation with librarian circles and Warsaw residents. We are investing in libraries, we pay attention to the prestige of the profession, and introduce highest standards of service in our libraries.

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    The City of Warsaw closed the call for tenders for the purchase of places in non-public nurseries, children's clubs, and day care centres. Based on the verification procedure of the submitted offers, we now know that the City has secured nearly two thousand places in non-public institutions as of September.

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    With a competition for providing a parking information system being launched, drivers will eventually be able to find a parking place in the centre of Warsaw easier and quicker. The mobile application to be developed will cover as many as 30 thousand parking places, and will be one of the first systems of this kind worldwide.

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    At weekends Nowy Świat and Krakowskie Przedmieście streets are again converted into pedestrian zones. From 20 April (Saturday) to mid-October, the Royal Route, at a section from the Gen. Ch. de Gaulle Roundabout to Senatorska Street, can only be used by pedestrians and cyclists.

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    Soon five Warsaw sidewalks will undergo modernisation involving the installation of air-cleaning pavements. The tender procedure launched by the City to complete this project has already been concluded, and the first construction of anti-smog sidewalks on such a large scale in Europe is about to begin.