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    Intense finishing works are underway at the construction site of the CO4 “Bemowo” station and the final appearance is finally starting to show through. After months of difficulties, the residents regained their target traffic organization at the intersection of Górczewska and Powstańców Śląskich streets.

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    Warsaw animal shelter “na paluchu” has introduced a new procedure for adopting animals. The document is a result of talks between the representatives of the shelter and the volunteers within the working team, and has come into effect this year.

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    Residents of Warsaw who are celebrating Christmas with a live Christmas tree in a pot this year can give it a second life.

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    The Regional Accounting Office has contested the resolution of the Warsaw City Council on the waste management fee system adopted in November 2021. At today’s session, the councillors adopted new provisions, according to which the fee from next year onwards will depend exclusively on the type of development.

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    The quiet and cost-efficient tram has served Warsaw’s residents since early December. The Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski participated in the first run of the new Hyundai tram.

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    Work on the Warsaw budget works for next year is under way. The Mayor of Warsaw, Members of Parliament and local government officials warn that the “Polish Order” (Polski Ład) will drain local governments’ money. Inflation and high prices will make the cost of city functioning grow at alarming rate.

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    Parents can register their children aged 5 to 11 for the COVID-19 vaccination. Children will get the Pfizer vaccination. In city vaccination centres preparations have already started.

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    The Rapid Urban Railway (SKM) has equipped every vehicle with AED defibrillators and is teaching how to use these live-saving devices.

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    Snow has disappeared from the streets of Warsaw, but there is more and more of it on Szczęśliwice Hill. The artificial snowmaking is over, so every ski and snowboard enthusiast can use the only whole- year ski slope in Warsaw.

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    The paid parking area residential membership will be only for people who pay their PIT taxes in Warsaw.

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    The European Mazovia – needs and challenges at the threshold of another EU perspective – is one of the debates of The Mazovia Development Forum. Today, the Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski took part in it. The 11th edition of the Forum is held online.

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    According to the “State of Warsaw IT” report, the capital city is a dynamically developing market for experts and specialists. Opinions of entrepreneurs validate that – 93% of IT companies are very satisfied with choosing Warsaw as the place for running a business.

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    On selected weekends, Trakt Królewski will be a pedestrian zone. Therefore, Varsovians will be able to enjoy walking and admiring Christmas illuminations. A festively decorated underground train has already gone on the tracks and a 27-metre Christmas tree has lit up Zamkowy Square.

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    This winter Warsaw will offer 15 city ice rinks in 12 districts. The first ones are already in operation and await ice-skating enthusiasts in Wawer, Targówek and Mokotów, while the popular ice-skating rink in Stare Miasto Square will be opened this Saturday.

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    Warsaw is a perfect city for business projects – more than 6 million square meters of office space, and another 360 000 in progress, 220 000 students, and high quality of life, a lot of greenery and a rich cultural and entertainment service range. All of that is mentioned in the report.

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    Projects for the next edition of participatory budget can be submitted starting today. There is a record amount of 101,130,815 zł available for citizens. The project submission stage will last till 25 January 2022.

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    The first electric scooters appeared on the streets of Warsaw in 2018. They rapidly gained popularity, but also became a source of numerous problems, mainly due to dangerous driving and chaos related to abandoning the equipment on the streets. The source of these problems was the lack of adequate regulations defining what an e-scooter is, where it can move and park.

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    What interesting things can be found in the Old Town in Warsaw and what secrets are hidden behind its walls? What is the Cultural Trail of the Warsaw Old Town Cellars? All these stories are shared by local guides in a project implemented by the Warsaw Tourist Office. Anyone who is willing to learn them may do so virtually, without leaving home.

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    The political situation in Belarus, as well as the migration crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border and the situation of people in extremely difficult circumstances, provoke lively interest among people of culture. Warsaw and the Capital’s cultural institutions stand in solidarity with the inhabitants of Belarus, supporting their aspirations for freedom and promoting Belarusian culture.

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    Warsaw is once again participating in the “16 Days of Action against Gender-Based Violence” campaign. Its aim is to raise the awareness among women and men in Warsaw experiencing violence that there are organisations in the city where they can always seek help.