The PP opposition party in Salobreña has been out looking for defects and have found them in La Caleta, La Guardia and around town!
“There is a lack of diligence on the part of the local administration headed by Mayor María Eugenia Rufino, concerning the municipal dependencies,” says its party leader, Gustavo Aybar.
Firstly, he points to the Plaza del Lavadero in La Caleta, where he claims, locals safety is in danger. He said that the governing party had announced that they were going to sort the square out just as soon as the summer finished with a budget of 206,000 euros, but nothing has been done.
There were even posters saying that work would commence on the 15th of September, but these were ‘hurriedly’ removed.
Instead the square is “full of potholes and paving stone sticking up and void of adequate street lighting,” he complained.
But there is more more to lament, he considers, referring to the walk linking the Paseo de las Flores to the TH1, built under the mayoralty of Jesús Avelino Menéndez, now looks more like “something out of a horror story rather than a leisure area.”
He thinks the flowerbeds can no longer be classed as such as they are full of weeds… And the litany of grisly grievances continues.
He concluded by saying that to be a good mayor you have to work at it everyday – he might like to remember that if he ever becomes one.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)