- In addition to the many problems they encounter, the hall does not have air conditioning, so the high temperature makes those inside suffer from this point of view.
The summer sports season has begun in Constanta, and “torture” is back at Simona Amanar gymnasium, both for the spectators and for the athletes competing on the pitch.
In addition to the many problems they encounter, the hall does not have air conditioning, so the high temperature makes those inside suffer from this point of view. After the handball match CSM Constanța – CSM Focșani 2007, National League Stage One, 2022/2023 edition, I received an email to the editorial office, in which a spectator of that match complained about this situation and brought it to the attention of the authorities.
“I am writing to you as a citizen of the municipality of Constana, who today (i.e. Monday) wanted to take part in the handball match of the men’s team CSM Constanța. The temperature in the hall exceeded 40 degrees, the water simply flowed over us, and our clothes were wet (of course, we had to leave the water at the entrance). I think that both the Constanta athletes and the spectators who want to support them deserve a properly air-conditioned hall. We draw the attention of the local authorities to the problem!”, is the message we received.
“I agree with this aspect that was indicated. We had discussions and took steps in this regard, at the documentation level, to restore the electrical installation of the Simona Amanar sports hall, and later to intervene with the installation of air conditioning, which will be effective both in the summer season and in the winter. We will see to what extent the Ministry of Sports can support us in this endeavour, so that all the great sports activities that take place in the hall benefit from optimal conditions. Depending on the budget correction at the national level, we will see to what extent there will be availability. Otherwise, the hall building can be modernized Sports in Constanta through European-funded projects”, said Florina Kristach, Director of the Directorate of Youth and Sports of Constanta Province.
The “Simona Amânar” sports hall in Constanta was built between September 1957 and March 1958 and opened on June 1, 1958, and is currently in the public domain of the Romanian state and under the management of the Ministry of Sports, through the Constana Provincial Directorate of Sports and Youth. However, the local council, through a resolution, requested the Government of Romania that the gymnasium, along with other sports facilities, be moved into the public domain of the municipality of Constanta.
In the city by the sea, a multi-purpose hall, in the Badea Cârțan sports complex, is also expected to be built, at the moment for the works in progress. On August 19, the Minister of Development, Sheki Attila, visited the site of the multi-purpose hall. The minister confirmed that there is funding and recommended that the builders expedite the pace of work. Now the works are 47% complete. She has progressed, but she can go further. The minister said on the occasion of the visit that the deadline for completion is January 2023, and the deadline will be adjusted, but we need to see better mobilization.” The future multi-purpose hall will be connected to the facilities, and in this regard, Constanța City Hall purchases the design service for the construction permit, technical project details and implementation to contact With facilities and technical construction work for a 5,000 seat multi-purpose gymnasium.The deadline for submissions or requests for participation is August 29, 3pm, in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
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