Works within the Zadar Heritage project are starting in Zadar It should be reminded that on July 11, 2019, the City of Zadar and Minigradnja doo entered into a Construction Contract for works on the ground floor of the Zadar Rebellions carried out within the project “ZADAR HERITAGE” and in accordance with Article 4 of the Decision on temporary prohibition of construction works in the city of Zadar for 2019, the introduction of the selected bidder in the execution of works is planned for September 2019. The estimated duration of the works is 12 months, while the total value of the works is HRK 23.784.855,70. Also, after the recent completion of Branimir’s coast, the citizens and guests of Zadar will once again have access to the parking lot at “Ljepotica” and the existing parking capacities will be expanded in the area of ​​Jazin and Ravnica. The main goal of the project “Zadar Heritage” is to create a new integrated cultural and tourist product of the city of Zadar through the restoration and tourist valorization of immovable cultural property and the improvement of the system for management and promotion of tourist destinations. Since the project envisages that after the renovation and revitalization, the Zadar fortification system, which is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, will become a representative city promenade free of traffic and vehicles, ie pedestrian zone, the City of Zadar is working on a permanent solution. “Peninsula” from vehicles and traffic through the project of building a public garage in Ravnice. On Monday, September 16, 2019, work will begin on the ground floor of Bedemi Zadarskih pobuna Street. The works are carried out as part of the project “Zadar Heritage – Integrated Cultural Program of the City of Zadar 2020” with the aim of preserving, revitalizing and integrating cultural heritage in the protected historical part of the city of Zadar. Due to the beginning of these works, Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna is closed to all traffic and within the scope of the construction site, during the works, temporary traffic regulation will be in force, while all traffic to the “Peninsula” will take place along the Liburnian coast. As part of the new traffic regulation, access will be temporarily provided to the vehicles of existing users of the ramparts who live and work within the scope of Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna, point out the city of Zadar. More information on the arrangement of Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna can be found HERE, and about the project “Zadar Heritage” to check on the official WEBSITES. Source / photo: City of Zadar; Zadar Heritagelast_img read more

Beat writers predict decisive result in Syracuse’s home opener against Colgate

first_img Comments No. 10 Syracuse opens the 2019 campaign against Colgate on Feb. 8 in the Carrier Dome at 7 p.m. SU last played against Cornell in May, when it lost 9-8 in the NCAA Tournament. The Orange returns most of their key contributors, as they look to reach championship weekend for the first time since 2009. Here’s what our beat writers expect the happen in the home-opener:Nick Alvarez (0-0) War raided Syracuse 17, Colgate 7 After thrashing Siena for four-consecutive years and dominating Binghamton a season ago, look for Syracuse to cruise in another home-opener. This time it’ll beat Colgate, a team that scored 11.9 goals per game in 2018. The Orange will temporarily answer their more pressing questions. Drake Porter and a returning defense will limit the Raiders’ top-two scorers Mike Hawkins and Griffin Brown, as the offense figures out how to replace Brendan Bomberry on the first line. Bradley Voigt makes a strong first impression with the starters and the midfield counters Tucker Dordevic most-recent injury with the returning Jared Fernandez. Like last year, the real test comes next week against No. 14 Albany. Andrew Graham (0-0) Light workSyracuse 14, Colgate 3AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAnother season opener, another win for Syracuse. Colgate presents a slightly stronger matchup than the usual openers Siena and Binghamton. On Wednesday, John Desko said Syracuse needs to learn the Raiders personnel, their strengths and weaknesses, something the Orange failed to do in scrimmages so far. Still, Colgate should struggle to find chances against a stout and experienced Syracuse defense. The Orange offense — sans Tucker Dordevic — will find a groove and make it look easy, probably because to some degree, it is. There are questions to answer about replacing Brendan Bomberry and Dom Madonna and whether Danny Varello can get it done at the faceoff X. On Friday, against an overmatched opponent, the answers will come into focus when, of course, Syracuse wins its season opener.Michael McCleary (0-0) Same DealSyracuse 17, Colgate 9This is probably a different Colgate team than the Orange faced a year ago. The Raiders have a new coach, and it’s the first game of the season — when CU still has a season worth fighting for. And, for all the benefits that this distinction brings, Syracuse is the same team as last year, just missing a few of its major pieces from a year ago. But even with a new goalie playing in a shot-clock era that will most likely lead to more shooting and an attack line without one of its best players from last year, Brendan Bomberry, Syracuse will be just fine. It’s the season opener, and Syracuse is 80-19 in those since the program began in 1916. It hasn’t lost one since it joined the Atlantic Coast Conference. There’s no reason to believe Friday won’t be much of the same. Published on February 8, 2019 at 9:29 amcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more


first_imgDEAR DONEGAL,I left home 10 weeks ago. I’m 27 years of age. I worked hard at home and got no where. Every week I saw more news that simply depressed me more about my home county.I tried my best in Donegal. I tried harder than most. Eventually I got bored of the political situation, the job and work opportunity situation, the mentality of everyone at home (in Donegal). I stood back and watched as a great town (Letterkenny) fall apart. I left a few months ago and have found a certain freedom here in Australia.Never mind Ireland, let’s just concentrate on Donegal… The political system there is completely WRONG! The representatives we elected seem only bothered about stating what ‘should be said’, what about what NEEDS to be said??What about the people that live miles away from the nearest bus service? What about the people that won’t receive digital service from RTE in a year or 2??I know what I mention above seems trivial… But nobody seems to consider that Donegal people seem to speak in silent tongues! How embarrassing! How embarrassing that the people on Donegal are left out? Let no man say they are not…. Donegal IS BY FAR… THE FORGOTTEN COUNTY! Living away from home has given me great perspective. Poor Donegal, oh poor Donegal! Time to stand up, and rise up! Please do or else the future is gone, if not already!This may seem like a rant, but I’m sure a few will mind the famine… Sorry folks but history is repeating from where us lads are standing!From the lucky 3 in Oz! VIEWPOINT: LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA was last modified: July 29th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:VIEWPOINT: LETTER FROM AUSTRALIAlast_img read more