The Department of Works and Infrastructure informs that the works carried out, for an amount of 18,000 euros, were aimed at recovering the conditions of functionality of the pavement and adapt the area to the accessibility regulations.
For the mayor of Services, Paco Saorín, "it was a necessary work due to the conditions presented by the pavement and the curbs, as well as providing the end of the street with a wide receptacle for rainwater, to minimize the effect of the possible avenues of water in times of rain down the steep slope of the street, in addition to the need to adapt the sidewalks to accessibility regulations, trying to make life easier for the residents of the area. "
"A work done in record time," explains the councilor, "which shows the interest of construction companies to develop the jobs contracted in a timely manner, as well as control and monitoring by municipal technicians."
Add the mayor that "this work is included in the improvement plan of the old town, which we are acting on the arrangement of streets with the county councils, and within which, soon, the works of the Cuesta de la Villa will begin and Cuesta del Río. "
One more sample, according to Saorín, of which "this government is attending the needs of all the zones of the town, indifferently of if they are in the center or the outskirts, because our objective is to improve the conditions of life and accessibility of all the neighbors and neighbors. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza