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Professional ability combined with profound humanity in accomplishing a sometimes ungrateful job, a respected respect for institutions, a communicative shrewdness that extrinsic in professional and personal relationships. This is the essence of the interventions that were heard in the courtroom on the first floor of Garrone Palace during the ceremony held this morning at the Tribunal in Bra, with the presence of the family members and numerous representatives of the Albanian and Treble court , to recall the figure of Dr. Aniello Russo, a judicial officer who disappeared on 29 June 2004.

Joint visit of Braidian municipal administrators and the Bra Saving Savings Foundation to the refurbishment site of the historic Palazzo Mathis in Piazza Caduti per la Libertà, right in front of Palazzo Civico. Mayor Camillo Scimone, Public Works Councilor Gianfranco Dallorto and President of the Bravo Savings Bank Foundation, Donatella Vigna, have verified the state of progress of the works that will restore the ancient splendor of the building, the ancient seat of the Library town hall, hosting the cultural offices of the municipal administration and the headquarters of the city banking foundation.

It is 1.170.912,04 euro the management surplus of 2004 Management of the Municipality of Bra. To ratify it, last night Tuesday 21 June 2005, the City Council chaired by Gian Massimo Vuerich, who met to discuss a highly conditioned agenda by topics of public finance.
In his report to the 2004 Account, the Finance Advisor, Claudio Lacertosa, provided some significant figures for the past year's management of the municipal administration, underlining the coverage of the 62,88% of individual demand services, increased in the ratio to the greater number of people who have benefited from the services made available by the Municipality without rising rates. "For this kind of services, costs have grown but not as much as revenues," said the Councilor, recalling that Bra is a virtuous Commune that has respected the Internal Stability Pact, highlighting, however, how it grew tax revenue per capita as a result of the increase in waste tax, mainly due to the higher costs for landfill and the new procurement for separate collection.

The criticalities encountered with the new recycling system, which has adopted the "door to door" system, and opportunities, both in environmental and economic terms, in the use of new waste management methods in a town of almost thirty thousand inhabitants. This is the sense of intervention that the councilor of the City of Bra, Giovanni Marco Gallo, held this morning, Thursday 23 June 2005, in Cuneo, during the conference organized to analyze the various initiatives promoted by the Communes of Granda to address the themes of sustainable development.

Thursday 30 June 2005 expires on the possibility of applying for a discharge permit for all those with civil discharges (ie domestic waste water) not connected to municipal sewerage. For the sake of precision, these are dwellings that drain waste water "in surface waters, on the ground or in the surface layers of the subsoil", so they are not connected to the collectors of the public sewerage system. The competent authorities will then have one year's time, expiring on 30 June 2006, to issue permissions.