Five infrastructure projects and a new hamlet in Kotlje are planned with budget approval in Ravne (VIDEO and PHOTO)

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Mayor of the Municipality of Ravne na Koroškem dr. Tomaz Rozen presented the conclusions at today's press conference 10. regular meetings of the City Council, including five promising LAGs and projects dedicated to the new hamlet approximately 15 houses in Kotlje.

VIDEO: Statement by the Mayor of the Municipality of Ravne na Koroškem Tomaž Born on adopted budget

Bound for all generations

Grounds for Investment Purpose:

  • Establishment of a transportation system for the elderly and disabled;
  • Activities for a better quality of life for all generations in the Mežica Valley;
  • Provision of leisure infrastructure, cultural and sporting activities;
  • With the project “Connected for All Generations”, the Mežiška Valley Municipalities aim to ensure the highest quality of life in all ages , which is why the municipalities of Carinthia strive to maximize the choice of opportunities for older and younger people to participate in the local environment and to improve the quality of life.

  • ESTIMATED IMPLEMENTATION TIME: I. PHASE: 1.5. 2020 – 16. 5 2021, request to 10. 6 2021, to 135. 721, €, net 159. 279 €, gross 194. 799 €

    II. PHASE: 1.6. 2021 – 16. 5 2022, request to 10. 6 2022, until 89. 279, €, net 105. 034 €, gross 128. 141

    The project will be co-financed by the European Agricultural Fund for rural development (EAFRD) and implemented as an operation that will include minimum resources 10% of eligible costs and VAT costs were provided by the Municipalities of Mežica Valley (Ravne na Koroškem, Prevalje, Mežica, Črna na Kroškem), up to 40 however,% of the eligible project cost can be financed by the EAFRD. The developer of the project is the LAG of the Mežica Valley.

    VIDEO: Statement by the Mayor of the Municipality of Ravne na Koroškem Tomaž Born on adopted budget

    Poseka Adventure Park

    034. 000 Euros Difficult Project The Poseka Adventure Park is for all age groups. It is an example of a park that we do not yet have in the region and will connect various stakeholders in the region. The park will be designed on an intergenerational level, socializing with a focus on survival in the wild, healthy lifestyles and free fun. Emphasis will be placed on families and survival in the wild. The problem nowadays is that we spend more and more time on modern devices (computers, phones, etc.), thereby forgetting the beauties that surround us.

    The park will suitable space for relaxation and escape from concrete buildings. It will cover a number of different experiential tools designed for both adrenaline enthusiasts and those who need only exercise and time for themselves or socializing. The main objective is intergenerational socializing.

    The park will comprise: adrenaline tools, skill tools, exercise tools, picnic space, benches, playgrounds for the youngest, adrenaline tools for the biggest and small zip-line.

    Adventure parks, mostly located in the middle of a green environment, are great fun and relaxation. With them we test our movement skills and maintain our balance, quell the fear of heights and let our body fill with adrenaline.

    Straight in Carinthia an adventure park where families would actively survive a day in the wild is not yet, so the Las Meziz Valley in April 2020 will announce call for investment co-financing from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD).

    Grounds for investment purpose:

    Fundamental the reasons for the investment intent is to tidy up the adventure park they will be benefited all age groups that we do not already have in our region. With the adventurous Poseka Park will be regulated by the following:

    • access routes, concreting, construction work
    • children's play layout
    • park attraction – tools
    • placement of a zip line tool for adrenaline running down a steel wire between two distant points

    With the Poseka Experience Park, you would be attracting locals and tourists from elsewhere to offer programs such as: family days, hiking along the circular path, 'team buildings' and birthday parties.

    Residential building Kotlje

    One of the planned changes within the municipal budget for the year 2020 is also an investment in a new hamlet in Kotlje, where there will be space for construction 15 new houses. The municipality of Ravne na Koroškem will deduct ca. 190. Euros .

    VIDEO: Statement of the Mayor of the Municipality of Ravne na Koroškem dr. Tomaž Born about the planned hamlet of Kotlje

    “Together for a safe tomorrow”

    The Together for a Safe Tomorrow project is 126. 000 Euros a valuable project of cooperation of five LAGs from the territory of Slovenia: LAGs of Dolenjska and Bela krajina, LAGs of Suha krajina, Temenica and Krka, LAGs along heritage routes from Turjak to Kolpa, LAGs of Zasavje and LAGs of Mežiška valley.

    The applicant for the project in the Mežica Valley is the LAG of the Mežica Valley, and the partners in the project are the municipalities of Ravne na Koroškem, Prevalje, Mežica, ALP PECA and the Regional Chamber of Craft and Small Business in Ravne na Koroškem. The partnership of the five LAGs, together with the five LAGs, will apply for the 5th Together for a Safe Tomorrow project on the 5th Call for Proposals 19 .3 issued by the Ministry of Agriculture , forestry and nutrition.

    Cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of death in the developed world. The most difficult complication is cardiac arrest. Every day in Slovenia, an average of 5-6 people die from cardiac arrest. In most cases, cardiac arrest occurs because of other people who could immediately come to the rescue if they knew how. Knowledge of basic resuscitation procedures and the ability to use an AED appliance would increase the chance of survivors of cardiac arrest.

    The projected co-financing rate of the project activity from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development is 40% of eligible project costs, respectively. net project value.

    Project objectives:

    • The long-term goal is to increase the number of those who, after surviving such a serious situation as cardiac arrest, return to their home environment and to the same quality of life , as before the event,
    • Increase the level of awareness of the people of Mežica Valley about the importance of a healthy lifestyle with a focus on nutrition and exercise.

    Project specific objectives:

    • Establish a partnership for the exchange of knowledge, experience and transfer of good practices in the participating LAG areas across Slovenia,
    • raising awareness of the population of the areas concerned about the importance of a healthy lifestyle in terms of prevention – nutrition and exercise,
    • empower residents of all ages and bring them closer to the AED,
    • Establishment and / or expansion of AED Appliance Network incl. learning areas and promoting AEDs and the importance of emergency response, to encourage businesses, municipalities … to buy AEDs.

    Project Activities:

        Investment – purchase and installation 01 AED appliances, and the purchase of 7 units that will be available in remote hamlets in the event of a power failure due to storms,
      • the creation of an expert group consisting of experts already active in their respective areas and skilled in the subject,
      • preparation, design and printing of the Manual and other information materials that will be the same for the entire LAG area,
      • preparation and implementation of workshops for individual target groups in the LAG areas involved. In areas where such training has not yet been completed, the first workshops are piloted by instructors from other LAGs, or by a combined team of instructors composed by the project's expert team

      • the organization and implementation of the program “Let's move towards sustainable mobility” – encouraging the population to exercise regularly (exercise, walking, cycling,…), to eat healthy and to a healthy lifestyle in general. Healthy people walking and biking significantly reduce car use…

      “Bee reads honey”

      The project “Bee reads honey”, estimated at ca. 104. , is a project of cooperation of five LAGs from the territory of Slovenia, namely: LAG above Savinja and Salek valleys, LAGs of the Lower Savinja Valley, LAGs of Mislinja and Drava valleys, LAGs of rural areas and LAGs of the Mežica Valley.

      The applicant for the Mežiška Valley area is the LAG of the Mežiška Valley, partners in the project are the Municipality of Ravne na Koroškem and the Carinthian Central Library dr. Franz Susnik. The partnership of the five LAGs will apply to the 4th Bee Reading Honey project for a 4th Call for Proposals 19 .3 issued by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food.

      The estimated rate of co-financing of the project activity by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development is 40% of eligible project costs, or. net worth of the project.

      The imposing building of Ravne Castle stands on a plateau above the town of Ravne, formerly Guštanj Square. The idyllic location within the park gives the building a special ambient value. The mansion has changed owners over the centuries, changing its image with numerous renovations. The castle should be in the middle 16. built the Hebenstreites for centuries and also gave it its name. Over the centuries, the castle has been replaced by quite a few owners. The oldest depiction of the castle can be found in Valvasor's Topography of the Archduke of Carinthia from the year 1688. For almost five centuries, many owners and storms of war have changed the image of the castle.

      The imposing castle building houses the Carinthian Central Library, surrounded by the castle park, which is the pride of the Mežica Valley. Ambient oz. the environment in which the central library lives and operates is also one of the foundations for thinking about the concept of a green library that you would like to put into operation.

      In accordance with the United Nations Agenda 2030 and in The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), which set out its Sustainable Development Goals, encourages libraries around the world to contribute to improving the world through their work. In recent years, the concept of the GREEN LIBRARY has been increasingly introduced in the world, seeking to follow the goals of the United Nations Agenda 21150500. and IFLA's recommendations.

      Main objectives of the ecology project:

      • Fighting hunger, providing 'safe' food and improving the eating habits of the population, promoting sustainable agriculture – Libraries provide research and data on sustainable agriculture to the public and provide farmers with public access to information related to their work.
      • Provide and promote healthy lifestyles for all ages – Libraries provide access to health and wellness information to help individuals and families stay healthy .
      • Ensure access and sustainable management of water resources ; access to reliable, sustainable and affordable energy sources – Libraries provide access to information and good practices that support and develop good local drinking water and also offer free access to electricity for reading, study and work.
      • Sustainable and responsible production and consumption ; promote urgent action to combat climate change; preserve, restore, protect and promote responsible and sustainable use of life systems in water and on land – libraries provide access to sources of information, research in these fields, promote responsible and sustainable behavior in the environment.
      • Liaising with local associations, individuals, non-governmental organizations and joint event organization, e.g. festival with a leading theme of nature conservation and conservation
      • Connecting to libraries by Slovenia , exchange of experience in establishing the concept of green libraries and transfer of green library good practices to other local environments.

      “Industrial heritage – a shared identity of local communities”

      Cooperation project : “Industrial Heritage – A Common Identity of Local Communities”, featuring the HEALTH OF SLOVENIA, THE HAZARDOUS, THE TARGET, THE HAIR OF OTTAR, HAIR OF GOOD PEOPLE, HAIR FROM POHOR TO BOHOR, HAIR OF PRELIKI AND HAIR OF THE MOŽIŠKA VALLEY and investments that will partly take place in the year when we mark the high jubilee in Mežiška Valley – 400 year of steel.

      Before

      years, years 1620, is Melhior Puc , Fuz Inari and a miner from the Labot valley, transferred a concession for two melting furnaces to Črno in Carinthia and erected the first fusions on Mušenik. At that time, one of the most important economic activities in the Republic of Slovenia, steel, began in the Mežiška Valley. We will pay tribute to this important milestone in the steel heritage through many activities throughout the year as a lasting memory and reminder of An annual steel tradition that characterized people's lives, environment and space.

      Objectives Project:

      • Setting up a permanent street exhibition “Steel heritage of Mežica Valley – the development of technological advances from an environmental point of view, ”
      • sound form of viva,
      • arrangement of stucco and surroundings,
      • printed matter; Jubilee Issues of the Domestic Newsletter (on the sample of the Carinthian Ironworker,
      • ) issues the Jubilee Publication at
        year of steel (photo monograph,
      • )

      • promotion; industrial heritage promotional movie – 400 years of steelmaking in the Mežica Valley; miniature steel tears – lamp; promotional material – yes 400 the Industrial Heritage Year goes from oblivion to use; photos and recordings, events and people – a professional photo gallery of the Steel Valley Industrial Heritage,
      • Science Festival – with the House of Experiments and with Young Researchers of Carinthia and Secondary Schools.

      The objective of the investment is the principle of comprehensive and sustainable preservation of the heritage as a cornerstone of local and national identity, cultural diversity of Slovenia, attractiveness of our environment for the life of our citizens, development, artistic creation, steelmaking and other economic activities, all in coexistence, integration and cooperation.

      Industrial heritage dictates the identity of the local community and region, and is the basis of contemporary creativity and recognition not only of Carinthia but also of Slovenia in the international community; it is through the latter that they wish to contribute to the quality of life and to a more cohesive society, to promote the sustainable development of Slovenia and to improve the society's attitude to our industrial heritage as a common identity of the local community.