Compulsory Purchases Go Ahead

The Chairman of the Mancomunidad de Municipios de la Costa Tropical, Rafael Caballero, has signed the compulsory-purchase orders for Rules-Distribution Project.

COS Chairman Mancomunidad Caballero BAll told 706 sq/m of land, plus 201 sq/m for access will be purchased on which to build that necessary structure at the Estación de Tratamiento de Agua Potable Los Palmares in Molvízar, where the connection node for the water distribution network will be.

Work will commence in January and will be carried out by the company that won the contract, Constructora San José S.A. Construction work has a completion date in 30 months’ time; i.e., July 2026.

Chairman Caballero explained that the Section Nº9 part of the distribution network will have a length of 16.4km along which two pipes will run: one for irrigation and the other for domestic use.

He said that this would provide water for 722 hectares of irrigation land included within two irrigation communities, Nuestra Señora Virgen del Rosario and Santa Ana.

He considers that it is a positive step but regretted the “delays caused by the Central Government.”

Editorial comment: being a politician, he couldn’t resist getting a kick in at the Central Government as it is in socialist hands at the moment and because he is a conservative politician from the Almuñécar Town Council, ignoring the fact that the delays stretch back well over a decade during which time both the socialists and conservatives were ruling from Madrid. And then they wonder why fewer and fewer people bother to vote.

(News/Noticias: Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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