Following a public tender, the Assembly of Zagreb Holding announced the decision to select three new members of the Management Board. Ivan Novaković, Boris Sesar and Matija Subašić-Maras will join the new, now five-member Management Board of the Holding, along with the current President of the Management Board Nikola Vuković and board member Ante Samodol.
Since the last quarter of last year, when the introduction of a new register of waste collection systems in recycling yards began, there were more than one hundred thousand users. Also, the amount of waste received is growing from year to year, which has increased 4 times since 2015.
The Mayor of the City of Zagreb Tomislav Tomašević and deputies Danijela Dolenec and Luka Korlaet, as the Assembly of Zagreb Holding, decided to announce a tender for the election of three members of the Management Board of Zagreb Holding for a four-year term.
On 18 June 2021, The Assembly of the City Housing and Municipal Services Company (GSKG), recalled Joško Jakelić from the position of director of that company. Marko Šarić has been appointed for the acting director of the City Housing and Municipal Services Company, former director of the Financial and Accounting Department at this company.
The official handover of duties between the current Management Board headed by Ana Stojić Deban and the new Management Board of Zagreb Holding headed by Nikola Vuković, which was appointed by the Assembly of the Company on Monday, June 14, took place today in the Zagreb Holding.
At today's meeting, the Assembly of Zagreb Holding dismissed the current Supervisory Board and the Management Board of Zagreb Holding and appointed a Supervisory Board consisting of three members. The remaining three members of the Management Board and the remaining members of the Supervisory Board will be selected in public tenders, which will be announced as soon as possible.
This year’s 55th International Garden Exhibition - Floraart, will be held from 1st to 6th of June on more than 300 thousand square meters of open space by Zagreb Bundek lake, to a slightly smaller extent than originally planned and respecting all recommended epidemiological measures.
From today on, citizens of the city of Zagreb - users of Zagreb Holding's services will be able to take home a bag of quality natural organic fertilizer “Zrinko” in exchange for disposal of household waste in the recycling yards. “Zrinko” is produced by the Zrinjevac subsidiary from organic waste collected in brown containers and green waste from public areas in the city.
The Mirogoj cemetery complex is a valuable example of European neoclassical architecture by the German architect Hermann Bollé, and also the most valuable monument of Zagreb architecture of the nineteenth century, which is considered one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe.
A construction renovation project in value of HRK 97 million has been applied for co-financing, while the construction of additional facilities at the Mirogoj cemetery is planned through “recovery” programs.