Protivín will spend CZK 70 million on capital investments this year, mainly on construction
Protivín in the Písek Region will release CZK 70 million for capital investments this year, mainly for construction. It is approximately 40 percent of the total expenditure, which amounts to 160 million crowns. In the past four years, Protivín has spent a total of CZK 250 million on capital investments, announced the mayor of Protivín, Jaromír Hlaváč (ODS).
"The largest share for this year is, as in the previous period, construction investments, directed to further modernization of roads, municipal infrastructure and primary school. This includes, for example, the completion of the reconstruction of Partyzánská Street, where the construction of a new sewage system and water supply system was completed last year. Now it will be the turn of the roadway, sidewalks and public lighting," said the mayor. He said the city also wants to build a new parking lot in Sportova Street.
The city, which has a population of about 5,000, has also planned investments in its local districts. In Chvaletice, it will complete the revitalisation of the village square this year, while in Selibovo, a new cultural and social facility for the village's residents and an apartment will be built. The town will build two new apartments in the former school building in Myšenec. "The purchase of firefighting equipment for local volunteer firefighters will also be an important investment. We plan to purchase a new tanker with a sprinkler and a new vehicle for transporting people. We are applying for subsidies for some events," Hlaváč added.