Residents get sewerage network connection after ten year wait

COMPLAINTS: Residents in Carboneras. Photo credit: Carboneras Town Hall

HOMES on Carboneras’ Maria Cristina Avenue have reportedly had no connection to the sewerage network since their construction in 2007.

Homeowners have been forced to maintain a sewage pumping system contributing to unsanitary conditions and frequent breakdowns.

Town Hall has approved construction works which will begin in the coming weeks including 160 metres of pipe and shutting down all cesspools.

Earlier this week, the Mayor of Carboneras, Salvador Hernandez, met with representatives of the residents to communicate the start of work and the administration’s commitment that in mid-January the problem would be solved.

The total budget of €22,000 has been allocated to the project.

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