Beaches Free of Private Eyes
LIGHT MODE
DARK MODE
Get 1 year from 27.50 €

Digital and paper subscriptions available worldwide

Subscribe now

Beaches Free of Private Eyes

After much criticism, local officials of the Tuscan beach resort town of Forte dei Marmi have decided to cancel plans to hire private officers to patrol beaches for vendors selling illegal goods. Upon assurances from the local police that forces were being increased to better control illegal beach activities, City

bookmark
Thu 04 Aug 2005 12:00 AM

After much criticism, local officials of the Tuscan beach resort town of Forte dei Marmi have decided to cancel plans to hire private officers to patrol beaches for vendors selling illegal goods. Upon assurances from the local police that forces were being increased to better control illegal beach activities, City Councillor and President of the Seaside Resort Establishments Association, Umberto Buratti, was persuaded not to hire external security forces.

Related articles

NEWS

Celebrating the 70th anniversary of Italy’s first fashion show in Florence’s Sala Bianca

July 22 marks the 70th anniversary of Italy’s first fashion show, held in the Sala Bianca at Palazzo Pitti, in Florence.

NEWS

Ethical luxury footwear brand ADAR crowdfunds vegan Italian-made sneaker

New Italian ethical footwear brand ADAR launched its debut vegan and sustainable sneaker on Kickstarter on July 5. Founded by Florence-based fashion designer Willy Anne Wijnja and Zurich-based entrepreneur Luca ...

NEWS

Life sciences in Tuscany: a brighter future for healthcare

Tuscany is a home to life sciences, which generate 8.8 billion euro in turnover.

LIGHT MODE
DARK MODE