The mayor of Naoussa, Nikolas Karanikolas, gave the picture of the challenges faced by small municipalities in a period of crisis responses that change plans.
Speaking at the OT FORUM that takes place in the context of the 86th Thessaloniki International Fair, Mr. Karanikolas emphasized that a difficult winter is coming and Municipalities will have to deal with the high operating costs for schools and for all local government structures.
The goal set for all cities is the goal of resilience during a time of climate change that creates risks, as is the goal of digital transformation. As Mr. Karanikolas mentioned, Naoussa has taken steps in this direction, most notably that it is the first three-dimensional city in Greece.
The choice of Naoussa for permanent residence
A critical role in making the municipality of Naoussa more attractive as a permanent residence option is the interconnection of the city with the major urban centers. According to Mr. Karanikolas, the construction of the Egnatia railway and the completion of the junction with Egnatia Highway will give new life to the city, which has a lot to offer residents and visitors.
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