Penalties will be issued on a daily basis in case of non-compliance with the Decision, and can go up to HRK 200.000 million for legal entities and up to HRK XNUMX for natural persons. Thus, by Friday, after the previous administrative procedures and the expiration of the legal deadlines for adjustment, 11 decisions on execution through a fine were issued, and the owners themselves removed a total of 13 ATMs in the last seven days, four in Od Puča Street, three with Stradun, two from Boškovićeva and Široka streets and one each from Restićeva street and Gundulićeva poljana, stand out next to the city of Dubrovnik. The implementation of the Decision of the City of Dubrovnik on restricting the installation of ATMs in the historic core shows excellent results, and in the first week, since the first Decisions on removal came into force, 13 devices have already been removed. High fines are envisaged for violators, and the Municipal Police of the City of Dubrovnik continues to check locations in the historic core on a daily basis, and fines will be issued on a daily basis. However, according to the announcements, the removal of all remaining ATMs that were set up without the consent of the conservator is expected, they conclude from the city of Dubrovnik. Related news: The city of Dubrovnik is the first Croatian city to regulate the issue of setting up ATMs with their acts, which began to ruin the appearance of UNESCO’s monumental heritage with excessive numbers. Photo: City of Dubrovnik AFTER DUBROVNIK AND ROVINJ INTRODUCED SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF ATMS IN THE OLD CENTER
The jockey said: “She had a fairly good run the first day at the Curragh and the step up to seven furlongs suited. She travelled sweetly and quickened up well. To be honest, coming here today I expected to beat Wayne’s filly (Tap Dancing).” Smullen doubled up when the Tracey Collins-trained Balmont Belle (12-1) got the better of a ding-dong battle with Wachman’s odds-on favourite Orator, another ridden by Wayne Lordan, to take the Bar One Racing Telebetting 1800 624 524 Maiden by three-quarters of a length. Like A Diamond, withdrawn in controversial circumstances at Ballinrobe last month having been backed from 50-1 into 3-1, ran well on his debut. A steady 7-1 this time, the Sharon Dunphy-trained gelding travelled well early in the straight to throw down a challenge but could find no extra in the final furlong and eventually finished fourth. Winning trainer Collins said: “I think stamina won the day, and Pat gave her a lovely ride. The flat track here helped as she wasn’t suited by the undulations at Wexford the last day.” It was Wachman’s turn when 11-10 favourite Pleasant Bay made the most of his chance in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden after market rival Sniper reared in the stalls and lost valuable ground in the six-furlong contest. Lordan, back from duty in Chicago on Saturday night, held third position for most of the way and grabbed Wateed inside the final furlong before taking the prize by half a length. The jockey said: “He travelled well, but he was fairly raw when I brought him to challenge. He rolled about quite a bit. He’s always worked like a good horse, but he was a bit greener than I thought he’d be. He handled the surface well. He needs good ground and I’d say he wouldn’t mind going a bit further.” Press Association Dermot Weld looks to have a decent juvenile on his hands in the shape of Flying Jib, who won the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden at Dundalk in eyecatching style. A promising fourth on her Curragh debut, the daughter of Oasis Dream had David Wachman’s Tap Dancing a length and a quarter in front of her that day and the two renewed rivalry. Flying Jib (6-4) travelled sweetly up to challenge the 11-8 favourite at the furlong pole and when Pat Smullen pressed the button she smoothly went clear to score by four and a quarter lengths.