As Morski writes on the 21st of March, 2019, a session of the Municipal Council of Vela Luka on the island of Korčula was attended by the county’s deputy prefect Joško Cebalo, who expressed the wider county’s support for all of the innovative projects currently being prepared and implemented by the municipality, which are aided by EU funds.
”This time especially, I’d like to emphasise sincere congratulations to all of the employees of Vela Luka’s home for the elderly for the municipal award that will be given to them today,” Joško Cebalo stated, adding that the project of energy renovation for the home, which is worth more than four million kuna, will soon begin.
Port infrastructure is still seen as a top priority for Vela Luka. Deputy Prefect Cebalo stressed the fact that this issue really is a matter over which the county’s administration is continuing to take care and that one of its main priorities is the continued renewal and further construction of Vela Luka’s highly important port infrastructure.
According to him, the county is currently preparing as many as eight projects worth over 500 million kuna in total, and the most important for Vela Luka’s residents were highlighted, these include the construction of a new ferry-passenger terminal worth 60 million kuna, which should be implemented this year, and the project of the construction of a fishing port, for which the project documentation is currently being prepared.
”As the completion of the construction of Pelješac bridge will be the symbol of the first decade of Croatia’s membership of the European Union, these two projects in Vela Luka will symbolise [our] development thanks to EU funds, as well as our care for the islands,” concluded Vela Luka’s deputy prefect.
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