The Council of Ministers approves the Royal Decree for granting aid after being declared the Region of Murcia area seriously affected by emergency of Civil Protection
Antonio Sánchez Solís, government delegate in Murcia, visited the mayor of Mazarrón, Alicia Jiménez, on Friday, the damage caused by the recent storm on both the coastline and the rural roads of the municipality.
Sánchez Solís has verified, on the spot, the damages in the beach of Bay and has announced the approval in this same Friday by the Council of Ministers of the Real Decree to grant aid after declaring to the Region of Murcia like zone seriously affected by emergency of Protection Civil.
The mayor of Mazarrón, Alicia Jiménez, has indicated that "although the damages are not as important as in other towns, there are infrastructures to restore and damages caused, which after the reports evaluated are estimated at a value of 1.5 million euros ".
Antonio Sánchez Solís highlighted "the work done previously by the City Council to prevent flooding" and has said that "from Monday, the administrations will work together to coordinate the processing of the aid."
Balance of damages
Municipal technicians have taken stock of the damages caused on beaches and rural roads.
There have been numerous incidents recorded on the coast.
Channels in the sand due to run-off, step by loss of sand, flooded and misplaced footbridges and fallen litter bins are the most repeated damages in a total of 12 beaches.
The most affected known as La Pava with a total of six incidents recorded.
As far as the damages in rural roads are concerned, the technicians of Agriculture continue working in the different affected points, being mainly towing and undermining the incidents annotated.
The road to Las Pernegueras was cut on the ravine of the canal and on the hill of the Pelele has been registered the detachment of a slope.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón