PIZZIGHETTONE – First the validation of the elected officials and the mayor’s oath Luca Moggi, then the announcement of the council: the very first official episode of the mandate bis of the ‘Civic Alliance’ list was staged in the evening. Moggi explained that he will be responsible for the proxies on Personnel and Security, which he has been in charge of since 2016; to the deputy mayor Marco Boccoli the delegation to the Technical Area has been confirmed (which includes construction, urban planning, public works, production activities and businesses) and to Anna Alquà that of the Economic Area, to which Tourism and Environment have been added. Then the other two commissioners made official: Gianluca Pinotti, candidate with the most preferences obtained during the last elections, will head a new area called Innovation and Development, while Pia Colombani he will be external assessor (he was not on the list) and will take care of the social area. If Pinotti is in fact another confirmation because he has been sitting on the board for several years, Colombani – agricultural entrepreneur and manager of a farmhouse – is a new entry.
«A joint in the name of gender equality, capable of combining continuity with the great thrust of renewal of the two new councilors – it is the presentation on the sidelines of the mayor -, all in the wake of the experience gained in the previous five years and with the desire to continue the paths started, as well as carry out new projects “. During the session Moggi also illustrated the programmatic lines, with a premise on the difficulties faced and related to the pandemic. Among other things, he assured that the intention to “do not increase the tax burden», But also to guarantee fairness in the payment of taxes and services. He then spoke of the importance of providing services even at a distance – which emerged during the Covid emergency – and therefore proposed to enhance this method, also aiming at a reorganization of the ‘municipal machine’. «We propose – he specified – of ccontinue to support families, also strengthening the local social welfare network».