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    A resolution of the City Council introducing an exemption from the alcohol consumption ban in some public places in Warsaw will enter into force on 20 April 2018.

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    At least 1.5 million zloty is to be spent on the elimination of architectural barriers in 2018. Last year, over 157 places which had made it difficult for one to move around the city underwent such changes.

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    European oaks as well as elms, lindens, and hawthorns ‒ these are some of the species the saplings of which will, in a few days, enrich forests in the capital city. The stand in Warsaw forest complexes will grow by a total of over 25,000 trees.

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    How can we restore the beauty of a historic tenement house? How much does it cost? How can we reproduce architectural details? How do we know what the original colour of a façade once was? – participants of the “Warsaw Conservations” walks will work out the answers.

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    In compliance with the currently-binding regulations, alcohol cannot be consumed in public spaces. However, there may be exceptions to this rule. Indeed, on 22 March Warsaw councillors decided to introduce an exception to the alcohol consumption ban along the entire Vistula embankment.

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    On 22 March Warsaw councillors introduced changes to the City budget and to the Multi-Annual Financial Forecast, as a result of which more funds will be allocated to investments (i.e. over PLN 200,000,000 more). These will be spent, inter alia, on education, culture, health and road infrastructure.

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    Over 2,500 blockades per month have certainly borne fruit, with drivers being more inclined to comply with traffic regulations. The safety of pedestrians and other traffic participants is of utmost importance for municipal guards' operations aimed at penalising drivers illegally parking their cars. Such inspections will proliferate.

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    Easter is coming. Traditionally, we will spent the holiday with our families and friends. May this special time, that brings joy and hope, foster conciliation, sincere conversations with your closest ones, and celebrating moments together.

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    The operators of the Warsaw supply system have applied for the approval of lower water and sewage charges. A new lower tariff will apply for three years.

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    We invite all Warsaw residents to the open days at the Intergenerational Activity Centre (CAM) Nowolipie (ul. Nowolipie 25b). On 23 and 24 March it will be hosting workshops for the youngest and oldest residents, legal advice and computer training, an intergenerational reading event, a debate, and concerts.

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    The Warsaw Greenery Authority has announced the first competition for proposals brought in by organisers of open-air events in parks under the Authority's supervision.

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    The City Zoological Garden in Warsaw was opened 90 years ago. It initially covered an area of 12 hectares, which is not much considering the Zoo’s current area of 40 ha.

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    Urban bikes will be available for rental from 1 March. In the previous season these bikes travelled an impressive 10 million kilometres. This is the seventh season for Veturilo bikes.

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    The first stage in the renovation of the exterior wall finishing of the tenement house at 71 Wilcza St has been completed. The City of Warsaw provided PLN 500,000 as subsidy for the works. This is another tenement house in Warsaw entered in the register of historical monuments which has had its pre-War splendour restored.

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    Local police has received PLN 4.6 million from the Warsaw City budget for extra service to patrol the dangerous areas in our city.

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    From 1 March, the young patients at the Children’s Hospital at Kopernika St. in Warsaw will be examined in the new Computed Tomography Lab, which was equipped on the basis of a City subsidy amounting to PLN 2.6 million.

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    On 2 March, the City of Warsaw entered into an agreement with a contractor for the development of building plans and specifications for the first bridge for pedestrians and cyclists in Warsaw, which will connect the Vistula banks near Karowa and S. Okrzei Streets.

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    The City of Warsaw again acquired additional funds for the construction and operation of new nursery schools. This time, the financing amounts to PLN 14 million in "Maluch+" Programme funds.

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    "Ochota na kota" ("Want a cat") is a name of a new branch of Warsaw's "Na Paluchu" animal shelter located at 79 Grójecka St., which will become home to 20 cats. At the same time, local authorities of Warsaw and Góra Kalwaria have decided to initiate cooperation to counteract animal homelessness.

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    The construction of Metro Line 2 and of important roads will be continued this year. New cycle paths will be built, while pavements and streets will be renovated. Several dozen district dirt roads will gain new surface.