Regular readers are likely aware of my views on climate change (6), so I'm kind of against the waste of money in this matter. The problem here is that the supporters of the said (in 50 years) submerging parking facility, got their plan approved just before the elections by one vote, with several representatives missing the meeting. They say changing the approved plan for the facility would take years. With this in mind I drew in about 30 minutes an alternate cross-section of the plan for a parking facility on the same location (7). This has of course the trouble that the bar in question would lose the sunlight and the open summer terrace it currently has so it's not likely to be noted anywhere. Further some buildings around the square would look a bit funny afterwards (the hotel that has the bar in question and the Swedish Theatre of Turku) and some others likely would have to make alternate entrances two stories up. As a joke this plan has the drive-in from another parking facility (there is another option also). Enough of local politics. I don't know why I wrote this in english. It doesn't make sense to tease the sensible audience I may have with this sort of crap. Maybe I should try politics but I think I'm not thick-skinned enough. The finnish words in the image: savi - clay, moreeni - moraine, kallio - bedrock
- consisting mainly of marine tech companies, construction companies, largest daily retail industries in finland and their associates, represented by the KK (kansallinen kokoomus) and the 'fair-pay workers party' SDP (somewhat in control of the labor unions).
- this is just an estimate, probably this has been going on for longer.
- actually the parties involved might think this is the top night club here, others disagree
- having outrageously high prices for ordinary beer to keep the commoners out.
- which has a history of 250 years at least, possibly parties involved want to end this sort of side-stepping the company-controlled supply chain.
- see elsewhere on this blog, f.e. the sidebar 'placeholder'
- well not exactly, this is intended to stay above flood water levels for quite a bit longer.