After Dubrovnik, one more Croatian city decided to start the fight against ATMs in the historical core. Banks and owners of private homes that don’t have a permit, will have the remove the ATMs – Glas Istre reports.
-Since we are legalists and we are following the legal procedure, we made a list of all ATMs last month and found that there are fifty ATMs in the Old City, in Carera Street and side streets, 90 percent of which were set up is without the necessary documentation. To make some order in the city center, we have made a list of those who can or cannot stay – said Rovinj Mayor Marko Paliaga, according toGlas Istre.
ATM owners are obliged to act on the decision of the City and the conservators by the October 1st.