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Full Hydrographic Confederation urges end to repair the boardwalk outside the mulberry trees (27/08/2014)

All political groups that make up the municipal council voted unanimously ordinary session and the Mayor's proposal to ask the Segura basin repair, urgently, the final stretch of the avenue of mulberry trees.

This point next to the campsite Bolnuevo was severely damaged during heavy rains on 29 September 2012 Strong Avenue water from the Lower Guadalentin plowed two bridges in Glen Romero and Camposol and knocked part of the retaining wall on the margins of the mouth.

Nearly two years after the boulevard remains the same, despite having applied for repair several times.

Mazarron council understands that in the current situation is a high risk to the expected torrential episodes often occur after the summer.

Both PP and UIDM, IU and Parema voted in favor of this proposal.

Another item of the day he received the unanimous approval of the petition was full of socialist councilor, Magdalena Mendez, to adhere to the City Council in the Local Action Group on Fisheries and Aquaculture.

It is a partnership already in place that will receive new European funds for future periods and whose projects could provide large benefits to coastal areas.

Among other issues the city also gave its approval to the proposal of Councillor of Finance, Andrew James, to increase the reward to the company Aqualia, with which no contract since 1994 The ups that have no cost to the citizen are of 1.37% in 2013 compared to the year 2012 and 0.11% in 2014 compared to the year 2013 These increases are included in the contract signed by both parties.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón

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