SPAIN’S central government has assigned €9.6 million to the Vega Baja to compensate devastation caused by the September 2019 storms.
This amount represents practically three-quarters of the Valencian Community’s €12.546 million allocation from Madrid to offset municipalities’ expenditure in restoring local infrastructure and services.
Almoradi, which suffered so badly from the storms created by the Isolated High Altitude Depression(DANA) between September 10 and 14 last year, receives a total of €6.4 million, followed by Orihuela with €1.242 million.
Granja de Rocamora, Bigastro, Pilar de la Horadada, San Fulgencio, Callosa de Segura, Jacarilla, Daya Vieja, Algorfa, Dolores and Los Montesinos are all in line for lesser amounts.
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