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13 new community projects to be funded by the PA

The Planning Authority has agreed to fund a number of community projects in 8 localities to the value of over "475,000.
The projects include embellishment and restoration works, upgrading of playing fields and tree planting.
One of the larger projects receiving PA funding is the embellishment of an area in Pieta next to the old chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows. Works will include the upgrading of footpaths, improved road safety and traffic management.
The project also includes a replica of a drinking water fountain which had been installed in the area at the end of the 19th century. This drinking water fountain was one of a number of fountains which were placed in various centres and vantage points in Malta after the State had, in line with engineer Oswald Chadwick's studies and suggestion, started to provide water pumps in streets and corners in towns and villages.
In the urban village core of Mosta, a street shrine of St Nicholas, which is situated in Triq Grognet corner with Triq San "wann will be restored. This statue together with other similar ones around Mosta lies within the Heritage Trail which will be created to lead tourists around the attractions of the village.

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