The government proposal on legislation concerning the reform of public employment and business services (TE services) has been circulated in municipalities for commenting. In the reform, the organisation of the TE services will be transferred from the central government to the local governments. The
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Vantaa City Executive Board ratified Vantaa’s 2023 financial framework in its meeting on June 6, 2022. In addition, the city executive board discussed this year's first interim report and approved an agreement on building Vantaa into a more environmentally friendly city.
The financial framework’s profit and loss statement forecast a €165.4 million annual margin and a €50.1 million result for period next year.
Vantaa City Executive Board decided in its meeting on May 23, 2022, to make the Vantaa light rail disposition plan available for public inspection. In addition, the city executive board handled several other alterations to local detailed plans and entered the city’s 2021-2022 environmental liability
On Monday evening, Vantaa city council had a referral discussion about the city’s financial plan.
A large-scale municipal strike, that begun on May 3, has affected the City of Vantaa’s functions in many ways. The strike is ending on May 9. From May 10, 2022, the services of the City of Vantaa will be back to normal.
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A large-scale municipal strike will begin on April 3. Trade unions Julkisalan koulutettujen neuvottelujärjestö JUKO (Negotiation Organisation for Public Sector Professionals), Jyty (the Federation of Public and Private Sector Employees), and Julkisten ja hyvinvointialojen liitto JHL (The Trade Union