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    Ecology educators have been touring Warsaw to meet the residents. They are planning to visit 1850 single-family houses. Their task is to convince Warsaw residents to change their heating sources which are harmful to the environment and replace them with gas boilers or to connect their houses to the district heating system.

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    At 6/8 Andersa St., a new support facility has opened for people with combined (multiple) disabilities, who are more than 25 years old and have left the education system, as well as for their families.

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    Warsaw is due to gain 6000 new trees. Parks, squares and major streets will turn green in all the city districts. Trees which are not harmful to people with allergies, such as maples, hornbeams or horse chestnuts, will be planted along the streets.

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    New surfaces spanning hundreds of thousands of square meters, road works worth nearly PLN 140M – this is a brief summary of this year’s road season in Warsaw. We have already rounded off with several dozen repairs, including both minor milling jobs and extensive reconstruction projects.

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    67 new flats, including one used for foster care purposes. The last three buildings were added to the community housing complex at Kłobucka St. First tenants got the keys to their flats on Thursday, 11 October.

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    This spring, Warsaw’s streets will be decorated with more than 30,000 new plants. The City centre has already had some 13,000 white and red flowers planted, and the Ochota District is now implementing a project entitled “Green Wall along Wawelska St.”.

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    The City of Warsaw has begun the pilot project of acoustic upgrading of the city's schools. The aim is to improve studying comfort for learners and work conditions for teachers. Nine schools have joined the project.

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    We are ready for the fight! The City of Warsaw, Warsaw Trams and the Municipal Roads Authority have launched another edition of the campaign “Bądźmy Razem Bezpieczni (“Let’s Be Safe Together”). This time the offensive against smartphone zombies will be staged around Warsaw’s schools.

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    The city which attracts talents and investors. An attractive place to live, offering office space with a unique quality at the European scale and a broad access to qualified specialists. This is how Warsaw is going to present itself at the acclaimed real estate and investment fair Expo Real 2018.

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    The “Freedom Space” Festival, prepared to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of Poland’s regaining of independence, is a day-long, outdoor event to be held on Saturday, 13 October, between 12:00 and 20:00, on Krakowskie Przedmieście and Zamkowy Sq.

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    The Autumn “Forest Skills” picnic will take place on 6 October at the Centre for Environmental and Forest Education near the park in Powsin. Rope climbing, weaving decoration and an outdoor game are some of the attractions for the residents. Registration for classes for families and children of schools and pre-schools has also started.

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    119 new sirens, 8 measuring points and 4 weather sensors were added to the modern civil defence system, the construction of which was started by the City of Warsaw in 2009. It is one of the important elements improving the security of Warsaw residents.

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    The Public Safety Answering Point at 43/45 Młynarska Street will be another centre in Poland to take over the answering of the 997 police emergency number. Starting on 26 September 2018 when dialling 997 you will reach the Public Safety Answering Point (CPR) and not the police.

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    The results of young people in Warsaw are among the highest in the world, indicates the largest international survey assessing the level of students’ knowledge and skills. These are the conclusions of scientists from Evidence Institute who isolated the results of Warsaw students from all Polish participants in the PISA survey.

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    An official opening of the new library and cultural centre in Wawer, at 32 Błękitna Street, took place on 27 September. The City spent more than PLN 3 million on this project. The event was attended by Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Mayor of Warsaw, district authorities and representatives of the Public Library.

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    As part of the Integrated Territorial Investments in the Warsaw metropolis, local authorities have signed agreements for EU funding worth over PLN 550 million. This money will help i.a. provide cycle paths, P&R facilities and additional places in nursery schools.

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    More flats for Varsovians A residential building for 64 families is being erected on Korzona Street. It is one of the first projects implemented under the Mieszkania2030 (Apartments 2030) programme in a revitalised site. The project will cost a total of PLN 18M.

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    On Saturday, 29 September, The Warsaw pageant of the Polonaise will pass along the streets of Warsaw and across Teatralny Square. Warsovians, who will be invited to join the event to mark the 100th anniversary of Poland’s regaining independence, will participate in this most famous Polish national dance.

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    More than 210 thousand students from public and non-public schools welcomed a new school year on 3 September

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    On Sunday, 2nd September, Zamkowy Square will be filled with eco-attractions, organised under the 10th edition of the Picnic with Climate. This year, residents and tourist will enjoy various events, whose motto is: "Poznań - Warsaw -Katowice - from words to action."