The metropolis council now needs to expropriate the handful of companies situated across the fringe of the courtyard, together with a memento store, a coin collector and a mattress and breakfast so native proprietors can not vote down crowd-calming measures.
The proposal comes after years wherein different proposals, similar to putting in turnstiles or promoting tickets, have been rejected by enterprise homeowners, who revenue handsomely from the selfie-taking hordes.
Expropriating the companies could be “an act of courage that would finally put an end to the vetoes of the stakeholders” within the courtyard, stated Vincenzo Tinè, the pinnacle of cultural heritage and archeology for Verona.
The metropolis’s mayor, Federico Sboarina, is in favour of the concept.
“Every proposal we have come up with to try to manage the number of tourists who enter the courtyard has been rejected by the business owners,” his spokesperson, Mirella Gobbi Sprocagnocchi, informed The Telegraph.