It cannot be denied: mice love Milan so much that here they have multiplied and live very well thanks to the abandonment and rampant dirt. Almost in the whole city.
The situation in via Ascanio Sforza is very critical, where the construction site of the bike path, which has been stopped for some time, has been colonized by rodents. In this sense, Fratelli d’Italia will present a question with an immediate answer (the “question time”) to the City Council to clarify the times for resuming the works and to understand if the rat extermination interventions are being carried out correctly, ” The impression – says councilor Francesco Rocca in Il Giornale – is that even Amsa vehicles are struggling to clean up that cordoned off area, it is full of rubbish and they have made colonies of rats their home. Some neighbors have contacted me and no longer tolerate this situation of abandonment and discomfort. Rocca will personally present a question to the Councilor for Education Anna Scavuzzo to understand why mice proliferate even inside the Cavalieri primary school in via Ariberto and whether interventions have been planned. This would not be an isolated case. “It is important to act promptly when complaints arrive and prevent them from becoming adults or the traps are not enough,” insists Rocca.
El Diario provides a complete and worrying description of the extent of the invasion and the areas most affected. Third recent case: large rats sighted by residents on via Palmieri and via Neera, Niguarda area, where excavations are underway…. In fact, the Municipality has just renewed the service contract with Amsa for the period from May 1 to December 31, indicating a map of 306 places on which to intervene, particularly in green areas “characterized by a strong presence of population murina, that therefore we need – says the information sheet – a methodology of preventive/repressive action” with several cycles of interventions. In the period from May to the end of the year, 1,016 interventions were requested in particular to “attack” 306 areas: 50 in Municipality 1, 40 in Municipality 9, 36 in Municipality 3 and in Municipality 8 and in cascade, with numbers in the other areas.
The higher frequency of steps (ranging from 1 to 7), explains the Municipality, also indicates a greater overt presence of mice or citizen reports. Based on the numbers, a map of the most critical areas can be drawn. In Municipality 1, the Green sector of the Municipality asked Amsa for a greater number of interventions in Villa Reale in via Palestro, in the Montanelli Gardens, in piazza San Babila, in piazza Beccaria, in piazza Duomo and in the Malgeri park (in the Porta Garibaldi area).
In the Town Hall 2 hunt mice (especially) in the Villa Finzi park, Trotter park, piazza San Camillo and via Pirelli 39 (where the “Pirellone” is located). In Zone 3, the areas under scrutiny are Lambretta park, piazza Gobetti, viale Turchia, piazza Caduti in Missione di Pace. In the 4th arrondissement, the record number of presences (or reports) of murine colonies refers to Formentano park, Alessandrini park, piazza Insubria, via Ungheria (in front of the nursery school), in the 5th arrondissement, vigile viale Giovanni da Cermenate (particularly in front of street numbers 5 -7), via Bocconi/Ravizza park, via Montegani. Continuing: at Town Hall 6 we observe piazzale Giovanni delle Bande Nere, Parco Solari, piazza Napoli, the M2 Famagosta station, at Town Hall 7 piazza Selinunte, via Viterbo 23 (children’s playground) and piazza De Angeli.
In Zone 8 the greatest number of interventions are required for Monte Stella, via Lessona, Trenno park and via Delfico/Pecetta and in Zone 9 for the Bruzzano Cemetery square, piazza Freud, in the Bicocca Village in via Chiese and in via Quadrio (in front of the asylum). The Municipality obviously recommends citizens not to leave waste on the street.
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