Motril Town Hall, which is situated in the Plaza de España, will have a make over on its facade, the Town Council has decided.
So, what do you do when you have far too much money and have run out of things to spend it on?
The following is a letter from a concerned resident of Punta de la Mona, La Herradura, about the proposed ‘Seven Star Hotel Project’ and the potential impact the project would have on the local community and coastline:
Well after spending a lovely warm couple of months lazing around enjoying idle chit chat with your friends and family, discussing the improvements you would like to make on your home, why not give Bob Carrington a call and get a quote for the work.
News on the new bus station: work will begin in ‘a few months;’ the cynical amongst us would probably respond to this statement, “Yes ‘a few months’ ending in ber”
And now onto something completely different… thanks to a subsidized housing project, there is some construction work going. Work in that sector fell so low that whereas before we lived in a forest of building cranes, now the mere glimpse at a building crane in action is something out of the ordinary. As far as…
Physical education is the subject being discussed more that any other in La Herradura. The problem being the ongoing and long standing, lack of facilities for school children here in La Herradura.
Building works will start shortly on the Esplanadas in the centre of Motril. Just as the Avenida de Salobreña has been opened up again after remodelling at huge cost and inconvenience to the residents, shopkeepers and visitors to the town, the 600 approx people living on the Esplanadas are to be subjected to yet more months of dust, early morning drilling and general hell on earth