The Local Government of Roquetas de Mar City Council approved a few days ago awarding the repair of Wall Street Jose Molina, in the hills of Aguadulce, and improved drainage system in the Bailen street of El Solanillo for an amount of 66,144.78€, VAT included.

The performance at Las Colinas, which has been handled by emergency procedure, has a lead time of six weeks, which will not only repair the wall off during the rains of March, but also the improvement will be undertaken surface drainage and paving of all the streets, as noted from the Consistory.

“The aim is to strengthen the containment of the area and make the work to pave the way, one of the entrances to the new park of Las Colinas’ said Deputy Mayor and Councillor for City Management, Eloisa Cabrera.

The partial collapse of the masonry wall closing the street during “torrential” rains from March highlighted the need to improve the drainage system of the road, the longitudinal slope leads to accumulation of water in the pouch. The City Council of Roquetas de Mar and undertake the construction of a new retaining wall five meters “that will give security to the road and the sidewalk in the same” in the words of Cabrera.

The council also announced that to improve the existing drainage system “the number of scuppers be increased and a new package of conferring strong enough for uniformity water can be collected by them will be created.”

The move was appreciated by the neighborhood association of Las Colinas, whose president, Juan Carlos Oyonarte, considered that ‘late when you consider the years we have denounced many storm were not communicated to any network and evacuated fill slopes uncompacted. “

From the hills Avv Aguadulce announcing the project awarded to remember that “existed in a private staircase initial projects for public use that communicate the end of Jose Maria Molina street with Calle Padre Bartolome Marin” he took advantage. Said staircase was apparently under full demarcation of the sectors 4 and 6 and in the R-1 plot of sector 4 whose rating was destined to residential use of 5 floors plus penthouses, but never built ‘deriving a Receiving all sector 4 as urban land unconsolidated and unprocessed. “

In his oponion the neighborhood group “should have sought the formula bonds that run the plot in order to build these strategic steps” whose absence “was a damage to pedestrian mobility and added in terms of a possible evacuation problem”. translated by Google

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