1998

Trilj gains town status

In 1998, when the territorial integrity of the Republic of Croatia had been restored, Trilj gained its well-deserved town status. The town of Trilj has 26 settlements : Bisko, Budimiri, Čačvina, Čaporice, Gardun, Grab, Jabuka, Kamensko, Košute, Krivodol, Ljut, Nova Sela, Podi, Rože, Strizirep, Strmendolac, Tijarica, Trilj, Ugljane, Vedrine, Velić, Vinine, Vojnić Sinjski, Voštane, Vrabač i Vrpolje.

Jerko Vukas from Trilj was elected in 1990 as the first mayor of the Sinj municipality, as it was known then, to which Trilj region belonged until 1993. After the Sinj municipality was divided, the mayor of Trilj municipality was elected, Ivan Šušnjara (1993. – 1998.), and after it received its town status in 1998, the mayors of the Town of Trilj were Jozo Sarač (1998-2008), and Ivan Šipić (2008-).

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