Thanks to the efforts of the Salobreña Town Hall, three streets within the municipal annex of Lobres were included within a push by the Provincial Council to improve street surfacing. The result is that without having delved into the famished municipal coffers, Calle Poco Trigo, Calle Jazmín and Calle Juan Pablo II now sport a thick black carpet of new tarmac.
“Lobres needed something done about those streets urgently,” the Mayor, Sr Pulido explained, “and we have been able to include them within the resurfacing plan that has been taking place within Salobreña these last few months, without it costing local tax payers a single euro.”
The resurfacing work on Salobreña’s Avenida Federico García Lorca has all but concluded, requiring only the white markings.
Finally, the Mayor said that included in next year’s budget will be the elimination of some raised surfaces around the municipality (ramps running across the street to slow traffic), which have proven dangerous for vehicles and pedestrians alike.
(News: Lobres/Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)