The Palace Creativity Center, the Eco-School, the intergenerational Community Garden, the Center for Social Activity, a new visual identification system, the purchase of an anti-smog drone, the development of a strategy for housing and adaptation to climate change or a modern city website - these are just some of the tasks that the City of Starachowice carries out thanks to obtaining Norwegian funds.
Starachowice was among the 29 winning local governments, out of over 200 in Poland, which applied for Norwegian funds under the Local Development programme. As a result, the city will receive over 16 million (PLN) from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 for the implementation of a new development path for the city.
- Several months of project implementation are behind us and it's time for the first summary. We can be pleased with how the work is progressing. We are under the constant control of experts from the Association of Polish Cities, as well as the Ministry of Development Funds and Regional Policy, and we know that compared to other local governments, we are doing well. For this, I would like to thank my co-workers, because it is the joint work of many people that allows for the efficient implementation of all assigned tasks - emphasizes Marek Materek, Mayor of the City
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