As announced a few days ago, a meeting was held today in Palermo between the mayors of the 17 Municipalities of Ati Idrico Trapani, ex Eas, following a formal request sent by the mayor of Partanna, Nicola Catania, on behalf of the other colleagues, and regional leaders, to discuss water problems and the serious hardship that citizens are experiencing in the face of the right to drinking water, an essential asset. Today in the Regional Councilorship were present the Councilor for Energy and public utility services, Daniela Baglieri, the Head of Cabinet, the General Manager, Calogero Foti and the Director of the Service, Marcello Loria.
“In the presence of the Regional Councilor – says the mayor of Partanna, Nicola Catania – and the regional officials, we have once again exposed and analyzed the serious shortcomings that, in particular, in this summer period are gripping our communities. The Assessor made himself available to find immediate solutions, and on the basis of an opinion from the legal legislative office, a solution was reached that can temporarily identify a single manager to deal with both the emergency and the normal management of the service in more than the approval of the provincial plan by the ATI “
Representing all 17 municipalities of the former Eas concerned were the mayors, or their delegates, and the president of ATI, Nicola Rizzo, mayor of Castellammare del Golfo.
These are the Municipalities that are part of the Trapani territorial assembly: Buseto Palizzolo, Castellammare del Golfo, Custonaci, Erice, Gibellina, Egadi Islands, Municipality of Castelvetrano fraction of Marinella di Selinunte, Paceco. Partanna, Poggioreale, Salaparuta, Salemi, Santa Ninfa, San Vito Lo Capo, Valderice, Vita and the Asi networks of Trapani.
Presentation of the book in memory of Sebastiano Tusa
He brought greetings from the Municipal Administration of Partanna, the mayor, Nicola Catania, today in Palermo, at the Superintendence of the Sea, on the occasion of the presentation of the book “Sebastiano Tusa: the man, the scholar, the archaeologist”, published by publisher Angelo Mazzotta, attended by Valeria Li Vigni, the regional councilor for cultural heritage Alberto Samonà and the journalist Salvatore Cusimano. During the presentation of the book, which collects the contribution of numerous scholars, friends and collaborators of Tusa – including Valerio Massimo Manfredi, Franco Andaloro, Michele Cossyro, Fabio Granata, Vittorio Sgarbi, Vito Zarzana – Nicola Catania also wanted to bring a short testimony of his cultural and social commitment for his city and for the whole Belice, announcing that on a date yet to be established, during the summer, the volume will be presented in Partanna.