Tías regulates the occupancy of public spaces by standardizing…

The City Council of Tías is finalizing the procedures for amending the decree regulating the use and occupation of the municipal public space, an amendment that aims to balance the expectations of legitimate businesses, and in turn respond to the demand of visitors and resident citizens in order to enjoy public spaces without losing accessibility and comfort.

Mariana Pérez, consultant in charge of classified activities, explains that this document “establishes the necessary boundaries for coexistence, as well as the respect and maintenance of aesthetics and appropriate decoration that the municipality also inspires through modernization plans for the sake of tourism competition and towards excellence in the destination.”

Mariana Pérez points out that the amendment proposal, which is available to the media and will be transferred to the plenary session soon, details the need to remove exhibitors, screens, screens and planters on the stands, which will be occupied exclusively by tables, chairs and umbrellas and umbrellas without advertising and with certain requirements.

Chairs and tables will be “stackable and lightweight” for removal at the close of business, while awnings may only be attached to the facade of the building, or be collapsible or collapsible. Regarding the materials and colors of the awnings, they will be “made of waterproof and fire-resistant acrylic fabric, in black, dark grey, light gray and ochre brown,” with the exception of the Varadero region, where blue can be used.

The order also includes regulating the occupancy of sidewalks on roads through which traffic and pedestrians pass, specifying the minimum necessary free spaces, in addition to licensing the necessary parking spaces for supplying gas, which will be granted by specifying dates and times, and regulations for recharging electric cars and bicycles and parking.

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