The mayor of a remote mountain village in Italy is offering to gift around $3000 (€2,000) to anyone who's willing to move there in an attempt to boost the population and the local economy. ROME (AP) — Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte will formally tell his wobbly coalition government on Tuesday that he intends to offer his resignation, his … The mayor of Teora, an Italian village and comune in the province of Avellino, has an offer: Free house renting and zero taxes for families with children who want to relocate there. It saw a marginal increase … ... the mayor of Candela, ... Gatta has decided to offer those interested in becoming … The plan is meant to keep the village, which 394 people call … Mayor of picturesque Italian … Mayor Nicola Gatta now says he has a plan to get more people to move to Candela: pay them. The picturesque Italian town that will pay YOU to move there: Mayor offers 2,000 euros to people who will help boost Candela's dwindling population. Underpopulated Italian region offers visitors €25,000 to move in This article is more than 1 year old Molise president finds novel way to breathe life into area as resident numbers dwindle Mayor offers €2,000 and cheap rent to anyone willing to live in small idyllic village in Italian mountains. This Charming Italian Town Will Pay You to Move There. In a post to Facebook, mayor Daniele Galliano also said anyone who moves to Bormida, which sits 420 metres above sea level in the Liguria region, will pay as little as $73 (€50) per month in rent. The mayor of an Italian village who proposed paying people €2,000 to move there has begged people to stop ringing him after thousands tried to take him up on his offer… The mayor of Bormida, Italy wants to offer money to people who relocate to the tiny village (pictured). A remote village in northern Italy is offering to pay €2,000 (£1,700) to anyone moving there to stop it becoming deserted. The small town of Candela proposed a similar plan in 2017, per CNN, offering up to $2,350 for people to move in.