Plan 2. Residents' Party
For the first time in the Summer 2012 the Club held a party in an effort to meet and get to know the Residents of Agios Aimilianos. The attendance was overwhelming. The only drawback was that Julio did not make it!!!
Plan 3. Signposting and Signs
Plan 4. Benches in Agios Aimilianos
Our plans and our activities.
Plan 5. Fire Alert
The club with the help and support of our sponsors will start a campaign to spot and signpost the plots that are at risk of a fire. You can see the design of the sign in the photo.
Annually, several owners of plots, clear their piece of land from any rubbish or other flammable materials, they also clear any plants or trees in order to minimise the risk of fire. However, in the majority empty plots, remain unattended and seem abandoned by their owners. They can be a great cause for concern in the event of a fire because not only they are full of rubbish and dense plantation, they are located right next to houses occupied by people that their lives and their houses are put at great risk of perishing especially during the high winds’ summer season.
Plan 1. Cleaning of the beaches
It took three days to clean the beach of “Emilion”. With the initiative of the Club, residents and paid workers, came together and cleared this popular beach from rubbish that has come from the sea and from holiday makers that throw their rubbish. They also cleared the paths from heavy plantation that grew over the winter months. Similar activities has been planned throughout the summer to all the beaches of the Agios Aimilianos region, from Limanakia to Kounoupi. In the past the Club has invested and installed waste bins in hope that they would contribute in keeping the seaside clean and tidy.
Plan 6. Search for a solution to the problem arising from the rubbish.
Plan 7. Study for the development of the Agios Aimilianos junction
Although it is an ambitious proposal, it is necessary for reasons of safety and good function of the region. We believe that the residents of Agios Aimilianos deserve a better entrance than “ the big green litter bin” into their neighbourhood. The complete study has been carried out by the kind donation of the architectural firm of Civil engineer Antonis Antonopoulos since 2009 and it has been submitted to the Municipality of Ermionida to facilitate the materialisation. It was approved by the Council and was referred to the offices of appropriate authorities of the Peloponnese in Tripolis.
Plan 8. Study for the water suply of the Community
Last but not least in our page is the issue of the water supply for the residents of Agios Aimilianos. This is in fact our main priority as well as the most dominant as it is perhaps the most important of the basic infrastructures of any area which is part of a “city plan”.
Mr Stavros Psicharis, a resident of the area, has kindly taken the initiative to fund the majority of the costs for the feasibility study undertaken by the Club of Agios Aimilianos Residents. The study initially envisioned a supply system by the desalination of seawater, but it also contains alternative solutions for other sources.