Rome: budget adjustment in the Capitoline Assembly, more than 6 billion in investment


More investments for 6.47 billion: this is what the adjustments expected in the Campidoglio budget for the three-year period 2022-2024. The document was presented this morning to the Capitoline Assembly by Rome’s Councilor of the Budget, Scottish Sylvia, Skózes said the funds recovered from state and regional capital transfers totaled “885 million, 345 million more than in January, of which 700 million are linked to the PNR.” “Roma Capital allocated 1.7 billion to the capital account in January for investment, and today, with two changes, we have reached 2.8 billion. The resources were partially increased with an administration surplus of 475 million” . Another recovery comes from “mortgage reduction”. He is valued at 686 million in the predicted budget, we arrive at 635 today. We save 51 million that are destined for the current part”, explained the commissioner.

Finally, another major part of the recovery concerns the more than 29 million for possession of public land (Osp), free during the pandemic emergency phase, but which now have to be paid regularly and regularly. “We have a tax assessment that’s over 29 million Occupation of Public Land (Osp)because clearly the regime has changed: we went from the Covid emergency which had sanctions in May when we imposed new tariffs with a resolution”, Scozzi said. 6.122 billion has been detected today “because we implemented a restricted surplus of 389 million”.

Overall, 572 million has been recovered on current revenue. At the same time, however, the provision for the tourist tax was reduced by 14 million. “The offices were expecting more tourist footfall in the first six months of the year, which did not happen due to Covid. Given the significant attendance we recorded, we believe this lack of entry can be made up for and addressed in the autumn settlement”, concluded Scozzi.

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