Almuñécar has been onto the Environmental Department of the Junta, yet again, for permission to clear the overgrown riverbeds itself.
Permission is needed because should the Town Hall clear out the riverbeds without it, they could be fined by the Junta de Andalucía – such is bureaucracy.
The riverbeds from the N-340 to the beach, in the case of Río Verde, and from the Al Ándalus High School to the beach, in the case of Río Seco, are municipal responsibility, but even so, no matter how slowly the Junta moves, the Town Hall cannot lift a finger.
But it’s not only the riverbeds, but also the Taramay and Cotobro Ramblas, in Almuñécar and Espinar and Las Tejas one in La Herradura.
(News: Almunecar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)