Messina, the Student House will come back to life

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Almost 9 million euros in financing, one of the first three projects in the list of works approved by the Regional Council, an investment that comes from the Development and Cohesion Fund and which will allow, on the one hand, to put an end to a scandalous history of inertia and decay and, on the other, to strengthen the accommodation facilities for the student population of the University of Peloritan.
There Student house will come back to life, after an abandonment that lasted, in fact, almost twenty years.
He will shine again thanks to the project, already approved and which will soon be contracted out (the funding is exactly 8 million 860 thousand euros), carried out by Ersu, the regional body chaired by prof.
Pierangelo Grimaudo. «It is a day of historical importance – underlines the president – for the city of Messina and for the academic community.
After the completion of the project, another fundamental step was taken to get to the reopening of the Student House which more than any other represents the glorious history of our University.
This was possible thanks to the full availability of the councilor Falcone, the president of the Musumeci region and the councilor of the Aricò branch with whom I worked for more than a year to achieve this goal.
This is a result that was not taken for granted, considering that the 9 million euro loan is the third by amount out of the 80 interventions envisaged in the resolution of the regional government.
This step towards the reopening of the student residence was strongly desired by me personally and by the whole Ersu who, thanks to a renewed management structure, was able to recover the time lost due to internal resistance and a lack of sense of their role in the past.
Now we will work without pause to go to the race and start with the works as soon as possible to erase a dark page for the entire city that has perceived the continuing closure of this structure, inaccessible since the early 2000s, as a burning offense to its legitimate pride.
of a university city of proven prestige ».

Read the full article on the printed edition of Gazzetta del Sud – Messina


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