requested the urgent intervention of the Metropolitan City – Il Golfo 24


Following the sharp increase in wave motion and the gusts of wind that are affecting the districts of the Municipality of Forio, the masonry built by the Metropolitan City of Naples, below the G. Mazzella promenade, collapsed into the sea, exposing the coast again to continuous erosion.

Unfortunately, at the first big storm, what the technicians of the municipal offices of Forio and the municipal administration had hypothesized during the construction of the works occurred. Several times, in fact, the many perplexities that arose regarding the correct implementation of the work by the Metropolitan City had been represented, but all the observations – punctually sent to the metropolitan managers – were not taken into consideration.

“Obviously our attention remains very high and, immediately, we have already contacted the offices in charge of the Metropolitan City to request an urgent intervention of safety and technically correct restoration of the masonry to protect the coast and the road artery” declares the Mayor Francesco Del Deo.

Finally, the coastal area of ​​the Mazzella seafront, in the coming months, as already anticipated, will be the subject of new interventions by the Municipality of Forio, already planned, financed and contracted out, aimed at initially mitigating the risk of collapses.


Furthermore, the stretch of coast between the Rescue and the area called “Pietre Rosse” is the subject of a project of around 400 thousand euros, which has already been awarded and whose investigation and survey phases have already been completed by the awarding company.


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