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November 18, 2020

The city of Vukovar bought an old hotel in the city center – Hotel Dunav

first_imgThe Mayor of the City of Vukovar, Ivan Penava, held a press conference at which he was pleased to inform the public and the citizens of Vukovar that on January 23, 2018, the City of Vukovar entered into an Agreement with EURCO dd for the sale of Hotel Dunav in the amount of 10.360.000,00 kn.”It is a building that for more than 10 years in a devastated state damaged the appearance of the central part of our city, and thus we became the owner of the former Hotel Danube, which is located in an extremely attractive location in the city center, at the confluence of the Vuka and Danube. With his paintings of the past years, he gave an ugly impression of Vukovar and reminded of various destructions. Due to the appearance of this building, we have been warned many times by tourist experts because Hotel Dunav is the only building in the city center that damages its reputation and is often the first thing that tourists see when they step on the soil of Vukovar., ”Said the Mayor of Penava, explaining that the responsibility towards the citizens and the awareness that Vukovar needs to move forward quickly are pushing the City Administration of Vukovar to take over capital projects that are not its primary activity, but necessary for the development of the city.Reconstruction, equipping and conversion of Hotel Dunav into Social Education Center “Danube” is planned through the Intervention Plan of the City of Vukovar in the amount of 35.000.000,00 kn and 5.959,40 m2 of gross construction area will include multifunctional halls, public spaces, classrooms, cabinets, restaurant, cafe, business premises and accommodation units. A more detailed division of areas and purposes will be defined through the project documentation, taking into account the fact that the citizens of Vukovar are emotionally attached to the same, and will consist of a ground floor and 8 floors.”In this way, it will fully serve our fellow citizens, but also all visitors to Vukovar, ”Concluded the Mayor of Penava.The news, which is at least strange and difficult for me personally to understand, because with this decision the City of Vukovar is directly entering the private sector. I can understand and only support the desire and need for one such object, which is in the center of the city and a symbol of the city, to put a new value into function because this is just a mockery of the city. But to enter the market competition, and thus put the private sector at a disadvantage, is insane to me. Especially because Vukovar needs it the most, private investments and opening new ones market jobs.Also, Vukovar, which unfortunately can only be seen from the media only in a negative context, asking for state help and donations for various projects, which is not disputable because Vukovar has suffered enormous damage and certainly needs help to develop well, suddenly buys a property of 10 million HRK and additionally invests HRK 35 million. I wonder, couldn’t that money have been invested in a better way?Tourism as an opportunity for the development of Vukovar                              The development of tourism in Vukovar has incredible potential, and it is certainly not through war tourism, but focused on Vučedol culture, the Danube, culture, gastronomy, cycling tourism and other forms of tourism. Regardless of the fact that Vukovar realized twice as many nights last year, when we “peel” tourist nights from arrivals on the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Vukovar and the number of eighth grade students who come to Vukovar on a mandatory two-day program, only then can we get a clearer and more realistic picture arrivals and overnight stays.On the other hand, Vukovar has a problem with the lack of accommodation capacities, from which Vinkovci ultimately benefits, where most of the guests will actually be accommodated due to the proximity of Vukovar. However, fortunately, family accommodation is developing well, but there is certainly a lack of hotel capacity.Also, I wonder what capital will come into the negative atmosphere? None. Capital goes where it is desired, where there is a positive atmosphere, and where it can be developed and fertilized.The potentials are there, Vukovar is being built, arranged and developed, but the city is not buildings, but people. And there are fewer and fewer people, and a radical paradigm shift is needed, and tourism could be just that. Why tourism? Because the development of tourism with relatively little money and time, compared to other industries, can create a positive entrepreneurial climate, generate tourism spending, and start many micro enterprises, and we know that tourism is not one industry but connects vertically and horizontally different industries. Especially if we know that the Vučedol culture developed and sprouted in Vukovar, which laid the foundations of European civilization.Vukovar has a great opportunity and its chance for tourism development through year-round tourism, and thus send a positive image. Also, there is a need for accommodation and construction of a hotel, but this is how a wrong and contradictory message is sent.So, in conclusion, instead of developing a market economy, we are again developing the public sector.last_img read more

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August 28, 2020

On this day: Madiba welcomed the Black Stars

first_imgOn this day in 2010: Nelson Mandela welcomed Ghana’s Black Stars, the most successful African side at the 2010 World Cup to his home.Players of the Black Stars, technical team and officials from the Ghana Football Association visited the former South African President’s Johannesburg home in Houghton.The visit to the Noble Peace prize winner came a day after Ghana’s quarter-final defeat to Uruguay at the 2010 World Cup.Despite being heartbroken after their World Cup exit, Ghana’s players did not only find solace but were lifted when they entered the home of the former leader.Replica Ghana shirts and other items were presented to the revered leader, then 91.The highlight of the visit came when players and officials went in batches to shake hands with Madiba and had the rare opportunity of photo sessions with the former President. Prior to seeing the the former leader, Ghana’s team had visited the Sowetan home of his ex-wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.last_img read more

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August 26, 2020

Alexander: For Dodgers’ Rich Hill, no taking it easy in a rehab stint

first_imgThat might have been the lone Lake Elsinore highlight in Hill’s four innings and 54 pitches, because this was not a man who took a casual approach to facing Class-A hitters.From a stuff standpoint, he looked absolutely ready to face National Leaguers. He threw 36 of his 54 pitches for strikes, retired the last 10 men he faced and struck out eight, getting up to 92 mph on the radar gun and throwing some nasty curveballs that not only befuddled the opposing hitters but tested plate umpire Harrison Silverman.If it were his choice, Hill would be facing the Chicago Cubs in Wrigley Field next week. But, of course, his will not be the final call. The thought early on was that he might need a second rehab stint, and the brain trust will be pondering the possibilities as they go over the reports of Wednesday’s start.“I feel extremely ready,” Hill said. “But that’s somewhat not up to me. As much as I want to get out there and get going, we’ll see.“I felt great the way the ball came out, (and) got stronger as the innings went along. I don’t know what the numbers were, spin rate or whatever you want to call it, but I can tell when it’s coming out of my hand the way I did today that it was good.” How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire The major leaguer returning to the minors can create a positive experience for all concerned. Hill said he didn’t get a sense the youngsters were awestruck Wednesday night, but he felt his job was to lead by example.“Go out there and show them, ‘Look, it doesn’t matter where you are or where you’re playing,’ “ he said. “You bring the same attitude and the same effort no matter where it is, whether it’s in the back fields of Arizona or an inner city men’s league game. To be honest with you, it’s going to be the same. … It’s about your attitude and your effort, and being in the moment. The more times you can build that up, and the more times you can consistently have that attitude, you learn to keep yourself in the moment and stay in the moment.”The Quakes’ youngsters might have absorbed some lessons. They had a 2-0 lead when Hill left, gave up the tying runs to the Padres’ farmhands in the eighth but rallied in the ninth to win 4-2.The predetermined limit for Hill was going to be 60 pitches, followed by the equivalent of another inning in the bullpen. After finishing the fourth, he got in another 15 or so pitches in the ’pen, at the same intensity and velocity.He figures his level of readiness is such that he can throw “100-plus” pitches his next time out.From all indications, we shouldn’t have to worry about him fielding his position, [email protected]@Jim_Alexander on Twitter Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies There are major league pitchers who worry less about results and more about process when it comes to a rehab start. For Hill, there is no difference. Remember, this is a guy who was willing to go back down to the independent Atlantic League in 2015, at age 35, to keep pitching and somehow find a way back to the big leagues. Which he did.You want a clue as to his intensity Wednesday night? You could hear his grunts of exertion all the way up in the press box. Yeah, it was a small crowd, but you didn’t hear anyone else on the field putting that much energy into it in such an audible fashion.“I approach it (a rehab start) like any other time I get on the mound: Just attack and pitch with conviction and bring a high level of intensity,” he said. “It’s not really a matter of where it is, it’s just how you’re going to go about your business and what’s your identity when you go out there on the mound … a professional, major league pitcher who is going to continue as hard as I can for as long as I can.“It’s not something that’s gonna change whether it’s a rehab start or in the bullpen or in the playoffs or World Series.”Related Articles PreviousThe Dodgers’ Rich Hill is welcomed into the dugout after throwing a four-inning rehab start for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes against Lake Elsinore during in Lake Elsinore on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. 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(Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)The Dodgers’ Rich Hill throws to the plate during a rehab start for the Class-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes against the Lake Elsinore Storm on Wednesday night in Lake Elsinore. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)NextShow Caption1 of 16The Dodgers’ Rich Hill throws to the plate during a rehab start for the Class-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes against the Lake Elsinore Storm on Wednesday night in Lake Elsinore. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)ExpandLAKE ELSINORE — Lake Elsinore’s leadoff man put Rich Hill and his left knee to the test almost immediately Wednesday night.On the fourth pitch, Storm left fielder Robbie Podorsky dropped a bunt down the third base line. Dodgers fans who made the trek to The Diamond might have cringed a little bit, recognizing that Hill, making a rehab start for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, would have to put some stress on a knee recovering from a Grade I strain of his medial collateral ligament.No worries. Hill fielded the bunt, planted and threw, although Podorsky beat it out. Then he turned and smiled toward the home dugout.“I was laughin’,” Hill said. “A.J. (Ellis, a former Dodgers catcher and now a Padres special assistant in baseball operations) was over there, and I said, ‘Thank you for testing it out right away, right out of the gate.’ ”center_img Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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