ROME – Will Rome's new stadium be built in Tor di Valle? Maybe. Perhaps because "Repubblica" today, Wednesday 29 May, speaks of an inspection by Rome's emissaries on land owned by the builder Leonardo Caltagirone along the Rome-Fiumicino line. It would have been Leonardo Caltagirone, brother Francesco Gaetano, who proposed the land to Rome. For now the conditionals are a must.
A building area that is located, explains Casalini of "Repubblica" "just after the last houses of Ponte Galeria, in the lands between the highway to the airport and the Tiber". A little further on there is Parco Leonardo, the Cie of Ponte Galeria and just a little further on the Tiber. The area has been buildable since 1962 "for industrial and productive settlements".
Of course the Fiumicino hypothesis would be a setback, and not a minor one, for the Rays junta . The process would pass from Rome to Fiumicino. From Virginia Raggi (5 Star Movement) to Esterino Montino (Democratic Party).
"And some technicians – concludes" Repubblica "- also ventures forecasts: if the deal closes, construction sites could be opened in two months". Source: La Repubblica.
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