Rome – “The streets of Rome are more and more like a jungle, with sidewalks invaded by shrubs and weeds that grow out of control until they reach one meter in height”. This was stated in a note by Enrico Cola and Elisabetta Bianchi, candidates in the next administrative elections in the row of the Brothers of Italy at the II Municipality of Rome.
“From the center to the outskirts, from the Prati district to the Nomentana, passing through Ostiense and Lungotevere, streets and sidewalks are increasingly covered with overgrown vegetation – explain Cola and Bianchi – A situation out of control after the decision of the Ama to cut services relating to the weeding plants and grass, entrusting the services on a transitional basis to the municipalities which, however, do not have the necessary funds to clean up the streets. “
“A short circuit between institutions that citizens pay for: the presence of dense vegetation along roads and sidewalks endangers road safety and the movement of users, because weeds and shrubs obstruct the view, increase the risk of accidents for pedestrians , cyclists, scooter users, and can cause falls with even serious physical damage. “
“For this reason, we are studying the presentation of a formal complaint to the Rome Public Prosecutor’s Office for the possible cases of ‘Attack on transport safety’ and ‘Roadblock’, in the interest of citizens and so that any responsibilities of the Capitoline administration are ascertained. and Ama spa and the situation of potential danger for those who use the streets of the capital ”conclude Cola and Bianchi.