The PSOE opposition party at the Almuñécar Town Hall has called upon the Mayor, Trinidad Herrera, to carry out repair work in La Herradura on the Camino Real.
According to the socialist councillor, Censi Ruiz, locals are worried about the state of the pavements, or lack of them, on both Camino Real and Calle Real, which are access points for the village. Warming to the task, she also called on the Mayor to provide planters to decorate them, too.
“The locals who live on these streets, which connect the lower part of the village to the upper part, feel abandoned by the First Councillor of the village. After visiting the place we’re able to confirm that there are sections where there is no pavement at all, whilst in others it is noticeably deteriorated,” she explained.
The socialist councillor wants to see the same sort of attention to these streets as is being applied on the Paseo Andrés Segovia at the moment.
Finally, she has called for storm drains to be installed because when it rains the street becomes a small stream. “On Calle Real, ” she pointed out, “there are no drains or gutters, except for one small drain at the bottom.”
Anybody noticed that there is a raging economic crisis on and that public funding is scarce – perhaps the Sra Ruiz hasn’t?
(News: Herradura, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)