Lobres TDT Connected
Well, the new boys in the Salobrena Town Hall appear to have their act together, as Lobres can actually watch the TV now, along with the rest of Spain. Until now the TDT (Television Digital Terrestre) has been pretty rubbish.
Antonio, who runs the new book shop in Salobrena, 1616, who is a Lobres resident, is pretty happy about it, that’s for sure.
Locals had been complaining about it since February, but it appears that the previous administration under the PP were allegedly lax over getting it sorted out – the same allegation exists over the Lobres public swimming pool, which is on the point of reopening again, thanks to the new Mayor and Co.
Going back to the TDT, the present Mayor, Ricardo Ruiz Mendoza, there existed ‘certain irregularities’ concerning the grant, as well as the bills relating to the first installations.
“It’s not fair that the residents of Lobres have to “pick up the broken plates,’ fruit of the incompetence of politicians who can’t be bothered over [the welfare] of the village,” he said, adding, “We’ve spent a month sorting out the TDT, which has been one of our priorities since coming to office, because we all have the right to enjoy the same services.”
(News: Lobres, Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)