Mojácar asks for provincial water support


MOJÁCAR Town Hall has asked the Provincial Council of Almeria for a thorough technical evaluation of its main water supplies.

The request follows substantial water supply malfunctions to the town this summer, and over most recently over weekend, that have caused problems for public facilities as well as homes. The Town Hall has suggested that tourism and hospitality may be affected in the long-term if the issues are not identified and resolved.

The Association of Merchants of Mojácar Pueblo, through its President, Isabel Sánchez, has submitted a letter to the Mojácar City Council requesting their intervention so that the necessary measures are taken to solve this situation. They’ve also requested their support in any possible claims directed to those responsible for these anomalies and claims from businesses for any losses that may have occurred.

Mojácar, within the Hydraulic Infrastructure Renewal Plan, had proposed an investment of 259,600 euros. However, the state of the general water supply to Mojácar Pueblo requires a detailed inspection of all its route, regardless of these investments by the Provincial Council of Almeria.

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