Pljevlja: The session of the Assembly was interrupted at the moment when the approval of the new parking price list was discussed

The news has learned that the adoption of the proposed price list was opposed by the councilors of the Movement Europe Now and the Democrats, who would have voted against it if the session had not been interrupted. As it was unofficially reported to the News, the councilors of the Movement for Pljevlja would most likely be against it.

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Photo: Goran Malidžan
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The session of the Municipal Assembly of Pljevlja was interrupted today, and its continuation was scheduled for June 19, at the moment when the last item on the agenda was being discussed, giving consent to the new price list of parking services, which was adopted by the Board of Directors of the municipal company Čistoća, in whose composition he works parking service.

The session was interrupted, after a long break during which consultations were held within the ruling coalition, after it was noticeable that the parties did not have a unified position and some of them did not want to support the new price list, which increases parking services by up to 60 percent.

The news has learned that the adoption of the proposed price list was opposed by the councilors of the Movement Europe Now and the Democrats, who would have voted against it if the session had not been interrupted. As it was unofficially reported to Vijesti, the councilors of the Movement for Pljevlja would most likely be against it.

"The consultations we carried out are a sign that this parliamentary majority seriously approaches every topic that is on the agenda, including this price list of Čistoća. We want to fully agree, but there are enough dilemmas and we choose the best solutions. The parliamentary club of the Movement for Pljevlja asks for everyone's understanding committee clubs, so that the document would be of better quality and that we would be fully agreed on each individual solution and that we would stop this session and continue it when the president of the Municipal Assembly decides. This is not a misunderstanding, but this is the need for agreement and a serious approach to this topic, which we have done before We have to be careful with other companies and that the employees of those companies are satisfied as much as we can help them, but also that we get full information on the basis of which we can make valid decisions," said Božidar Bajić, councilor of the Movement for Pljevlja, whose the proposal was supported by all the members of the parliamentary majority present.

An agreement was reached that by June 19, when the session is scheduled to continue, the parliamentary majority, together with the president and vice president of the municipality, management and departmental secretary, will try to find a solution.

Members of the Democratic Party of Socialists and the Bosniak Party boycotted today's session, and they will not attend the sessions of the local parliament until, as they said, the local government starts dealing with development projects, not just national and religious issues.

If the councilors approve the new price list for parking services, citizens will pay up to 60 percent more for this service in the future than before.

Instead of the current prices for parking in the underground garage at Trg 13. Juli of 50 cents per starting hour, the proposed price is 80 cents, which is an increase of 60 percent.

A monthly ticket for parking in this garage is 60 euros, and for employees in the first zone 35. A daily ticket is eight, a weekly ticket is 18, and a monthly ticket for a reserved parking space for legal entities and entrepreneurs is one hundred euros.

Individuals and legal entities have the right to a discount for the purchased semi-annual or annual ticket in the amount of ten or 20 percent.

It was also proposed to increase the price of parking for general parking (especially marked areas on the roadway or pavement) and special parking lots that are arranged for parking motor vehicles by fifty percent.

With the new price list proposed by the manager of Cleanliness, the price of parking in the first zone in Pljevlja between 6 am and 22 pm would be 60 cents, instead of 40 as it was until now, and in the second zone, 40 cents per starting hour.

A daily ticket in both zones would cost six euros instead of three, and a weekly ticket would cost ten instead of the previous seven.

The preferential monthly ticket for tenants of the first zone would amount to 12 euros, and for legal entities and entrepreneurs it was increased from 24 to 35 euros. Employees in the first and second zones can buy a preferential ticket at a price of 12 euros, four euros more than before. The surcharge is 10 euros.

There are nine organized parking lots in Pljevlja with a total of 283 parking spaces plus 68 parking spaces in the underground garage on Trg 13. Juli in the city center.

The company Čistoća, which manages city parking lots, plans to start charging for parking services at the parking lot in Prijepoljska Street behind the Post Office building.

The parking lot behind the Post Office has a capacity of 46 parking spaces, two of which are free of charge and are intended for people with disabilities. The parking lot will be closed with ramps.

Works on the construction of the parking lot in Mila Peruničića Street, which belongs to the first zone, have also been completed. The parking lot has 35 parking spaces, two of which are intended for people with disabilities.

The plan is also to expand the open parking lot behind the former Ekpsres restaurant for eight parking spaces.

The councilors unanimously adopted the decision to erect a monument to the martyred lieutenant of the Yugoslav Army Predrag Peđa Leovac at the entrance to the city park of Vodice. The decision to erect a monument to Patriarch Varnava Rosić on the square of the same name in Pljevlja was also adopted.

The councilors also supported the proposal to rename Drvarska ulica in Pljevlja to the street of Captain Đurko Bojović, whom Nova councilor Božidar Jelovac said was the last victim of the civil conflict in the territory of the former Yugoslavia.

The councilors also elected Tijana Damjanović as the secretary of the municipal assembly, and the assembly noted the termination of the mandate of the current secretary, Emina Brković.

The Assembly agreed to elect Goran Leovac as the director of the Day Care Center in Pljevlja.

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