A protocol to “manage” the nightlife in the hottest areas of the city, such as the Navigli and Porta Venezia. In particular, it will be a question of limiting the sale of glass and cans to limit the consumption of alcohol from midnight to six in the morning. The area of via Lecco and via Melzo is particularly affected by the measure in a more stringent way “which is currently worrying” in which the removal of glass and cans will also be totally prohibited, through ordinances starting from the beginning of September, always from midnight to six in the morning. The protocol was signed by the Municipality of Milan, the Prefecture, Confesercenti and Epam with the Bicocca University of Milan, the Ats of the Metropolitan City of Milan and the Italian Subsidiary Security Association. The Municipality will allocate 200 thousand euros to implement the protocol but, explained the mayor Giuseppe Sala, “it’s just a beginning. Nobody knows how it will evolve but it seemed right to give a sign “. The objective is, clarified the Prefect Renato Saccone, “to protect the quality of life of the residents” also because “a lived city is also a safer city”. Among the initiatives envisaged by the protocol there is also the use of street artists who, properly trained, will have to help the police to “make the situation more relaxed” in the crucial areas of the Milanese nightlife, as already happens with a similar project in Turin. To these figures will be added those of private security, who will work together with the police. The main areas affected by the protocol are the Duomo-Mercanti area, corso Garibaldi-corso Como-via Monte Grappa, Darsena-Navigli, Brera, Colonne di San Lorenzo, piazzale Archinto, Lazzaretto district-via Lecco-via Melzo, Arco della Pace, Isola district, Piazza Minniti-via Borsieri, NoLo and via Tortona, on weekends. Speech on the sidelines of the presentation, then Mayor Sala reiterated that “if we win, I say it clearly, we will go ahead on Area B and Area C, because we believe that it is for the good of the Milanese and that it means for Milan to give its own contribution to solve a dramatic problem such as climate change “. On Saturday the challenger, Luca Bernardo, had instead explained that in the event of his victory he would have removed Area B and remodeled Area C. But Sala replied that “for me health and what the Milanese breathe are a priority. Every day we see the disasters that arise from the problems generated by climate change, which in turn arises from pollution ”. And he concluded: “I believe that a wise city like Milan should take on its small part of this problem”.