Rincon’s problems solved
BENIDORM councillors for Citizens’ Participation, Public Spaces, Public Works and Street Cleaning concluded their visits to all districts.
These visits and interviews with residents’ association have been carried out over the last few months to pinpoing each area’s needs and in many cases minor problems have been solved on the spot. In others, solutions were found as soon as possible.
The last visit was to the Rincon de Loix where the councillors involved, Ana Pellicer and Jose Ramon Gonzalez de Zarate, met Teresa Garrido and Manuel Sanchez Notario, the two vice-presidents of the Consejo Vecinal (Neighbours’ Committee).
De Zarate stressed that the Rincon was an area where the town hall has acted “often and well” including work on Avenida Ametlla del Mar, Avenida Juan Fuster Zaragoza and recently-finished Calle Londres.
“Streetlamps have been substituted with environment-friendly LED lighting, pavements replaced, a bicycle lane added, and roads resurfaced,” De Zarate said.
“The Rincon problems underground owing to deteriorated pipes bringing the domestic water supply, storm drains and the main drainage system,” he conceded.
The councillor revealed plans for improvements to these problems have been drafted and surface water will be drained off at Ametlla del Mar to prevent flooding further down during periods of torrential rain.
Plans for improvements to Calle Estocolmo and Calle Montecarlo have also been drafted and those for Calle Paris, Calle Rotterdam and the remaining section of Calle Londres are “very advanced,” De Zarate said.
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