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Retired decision on the extension of the City Bra clinic, pending further geological surveys. Approved by Majority The Settlement Maneuver on the 2005 Budget. Appointed the new City Youth Council. These are the highlights of the session of the Bra Council, which met in the evening of Wednesday, September 28. After more than four hours of work, the City Assembly met with the problems raised by the municipal councilors of the different deployments, who wanted to hear the members of the Jury in specific areas on the subject of the interpellation.

A census of dogs in the city. This is what the citizens ask for the ASN 18 veterinary service, with a communication coming in the weeks before the municipal palace. The request is related to the transfer of the canine registry functions from the Municipality to the Health Care Company, on the basis of the 9 Regional Law of the 2005.

From October new opportunity for Bra, for residents in the city of Zizzola, to turn older cars into gas. This is determined by the refinancing by the City Council of the operation which has so far guaranteed the passage from more polluting fuels to a methane or Gpl to centonove cars, for a total cost of nearly twenty-two thousand euros. The communal contribution of 200 €, which will be added to the discount offered by the contracted workshops, allows a drastic cutback of costs, stimulating the transformations to benefit all the air quality.

Two moments in Grignasco and Bra to celebrate the genius of Bernardo Antonio Vittone. This is what happened in recent days in the two Piedmontese realities, who wanted to remember the great eighteenth-century architect by promoting a "Vittonian Trail Map" to extend to the Municipalities where testimonies of one of the highest representatives of the Piedmontese Baroque are being built, creating a synergistic path of valorization, preservation, promotion, diffusion and knowledge of his works.

More than fifty thousand have not missed the opportunity to participate in the fun marathon that, for thirty consecutive hours, danced, tasted and visited every corner of Bra for participants in the tenth edition of "Cortile a Cortile". In thirty thousand people crowded the streets of the Old Town and the Oltreferrovia until late at night and almost as many of them presented Sunday for "Courtyard at Courtyard", which had its clou on the gastronomic itinerary that brought two thousand people to lunch in most characteristic courtyards with a menu based on typical dishes of Piedmontese cuisine.