Noise problems in the cafes in the center of Kolasin will soon be resolved, as promised from the Utility police.
The noise level will be monitored by the phonometer, Utility Police Chief Marko Matovic says that owners of catering establishments will be obliged to install limiters - devices that limit the broadcasting of music to the volume permitted by law.
He estimated that the control of working hours gave results, so that only a few misdemeanor warrants were written during the summer season.
He claims that the Utility Police conducted twice as much surveillance in comparison to the same period last year.
“Over the past 12 months, all open cases, according to citizens' reports, have been successfully resolved. Since the beginning of June this year, the work of the Utility Police has been organized in two shifts, from 7 am to 10 pm. Among other jobs, the exploitation of gravel on Tara is also successfully controlled. "
Matovic says the service, which he manages insisted on compliance with the regulations and when it comes to taxi transportation.
He also announces that an action for dog sterilization and chipping should be launched soon in cooperation with the Veterinary Administration.
Although utility police, he explains, has made great efforts, the negligent disposal of household rubbish and bulky waste next to the container remains a major problem.
During spring and summer, in agreement with the director of the Utility Company, free transport of bulky waste was organized to reduce wild landfills. We regularly visit the landfill sites and ask the citizens to help us in this activity to save the city from wild landfills. We can't get three communal police officers everywhere, and we expect citizens to help us. "
Matovic recalls that despite the legal obligation, some residential buildings in Kolasin do not yet have managing boards, which further complicates the arranging of the landscape around them.
Text by Dragana Scepanovic, on September 23rd, 2019, read more at Vijesti