Questionable decisions regarding the use of funding
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Questionable decisions regarding the use of funding

In 2013 January Vilnius Communities Association Chairperson, Edmundas Jakubauskas reported to us that in 2013 the Municipality will contribute to every seniūnija according to “17 program“. 25,000 million (20,000 LTL environment handle, 5000 LTL cultural events) would be given to the Old Town. Only in 2012 for the very first time we learned that there … Continue reading

Tainted permits for renovations by Archdiocese
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Tainted permits for renovations by Archdiocese

In 2013 January 10 a meeting was held on Arklių street 18 construction, ISM Campus. The meeting was attended by Vilnius Archdiocese architect, Aušra Gvildienė, Vilnius Archdiocese department’s Center for Craft, Cultural Heritage Department representative, National Commission for Cultural Heritage Information Analysis Services Senior Specialist, Juozas Lapinskas, Arklių street 16 residents: Oskaras Koršunovas, Ervinas Koršunovas, … Continue reading

Vilnius Old Town Senate is needed
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Vilnius Old Town Senate is needed

In 2013 January 9 we appealed to the Vilnius government representatives asking to renew the Vilnius Old Senate. In 2005 June, according to public requests and requirements, Vilnius Old Town Senate commission’s regulation have been revised. In 2005, Vilnius Old Town Senate composition was expanded by including representatives from the public community. In 2005-2006, the … Continue reading

Does a sword in hand make it right?
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Does a sword in hand make it right?

There was a wall. A wall separating the two old courtyards, pleasing the eye with its varied colors and ancient historical architecture. One sunny September morning, the men of Vilnius Archdiocese decided to knock all bricks down – they thought it would become more beautiful, lighter, higher… The height was counted “by the string” and … Continue reading