While the Milan City Council try and convince AC Milan and Inter to stay at San Siro, the former are working to build a new stadium in San Donato.
La Gazzetta dello Sport recall that the ‘Save San Siro’ project was pitched at Palazzo Marino yesterday to try and get Milan and Inter to remain in the historic stadium, but the Rossoneri see their future about 10km to the south east.
The mayor of San Donato continues work to try and make sure Milan come to the area, especially after the green light given by the Council to the urban planning variant proposal formulated in recent months by Milan.
Meanwhile in San Donato they have drawn up a timetable for the month of February, which includes six points. Six events involving institutions and the territory, which will also include citizens.
It is a schedule, communicated by Mayor Squeri to the majority and minority group leaders, which will begin on February 6 with the involvement of the members of the City Council, to whom the future procedural steps will be illustrated.
Then there will be another meeting with the Mayors of Southern Milan, regarding the now imminent launch of the program agreement and the impact on the metropolitan area.
On February 13, the administration will meet citizens for updates on the state of things. A new conference of group leaders, a meeting of the ‘Territorial Management’ Commission and a meeting of the City Council are scheduled for the second half of the month.
During the latter, the city assembly will be called to take note of the launch of the regional competence program agreement, which will last approximately 18 months.