A further quarter of Debrecen has seen the start of the Green City Programme. Parks, walkways, playgrounds are going to be upgraded; work-out training parks are to be built – announced Mr. Levente Fodor and Mr. László Szilágyi, councilmen for the relevant electoral wards of town on June 06, 2019.
Mrs. István Bíró turned 95 on June 05, 2019. On this occasion, she was congratulated on that same day by Mr. László Türk, councilman for the electoral ward and by Mrs. Sipos, Judit Hüse, staff member of the Social Welfare Department of the Mayor’s Office.
The development project is progressing so rapidly that the construction work may well be completed by early August, 2019.
A further busy intersection, the one at Viola and Ibolya streets is going to be provided with a pedestrian crossing. As a result of this development project school-children and their parents will be able to get to the school much more safely.
In the framework of the road construction progamme on the initiative of local residents in 2019, the preparations for the stage III. construction work in the given street: Kertekalja street has been built in a remarkably long stretch in the past three years in two stages which included the precipitation drainage system, the public lighting and was given an asphalt cover.
The construction work on Latinovits Theatre suspended a few years ago can be resumed and completed as an outcome of Rumanian-Hungarian cross-border cooperation programme–supervisory committee honoured the application for a subsidy for the accomplishment of the construction work.
A team of the Hungarian Armed Forces consisting of career soldiers, volunteers and contractual soldiers ’’run around” Hajdú-Bihar County as part of a series of events called the ’’Spring Recruitment Compaign” called ’’Running for the Memory Of Heroes” between May 27-31, 2029.
The Debrecen School District Centre founded a prize in 2017 to be awarded each year to those educators who have done an outstanding job in favour of public education.