The Autonomous Community today offered technical advice to the City Council of Los Alcázares to solve the problems detected in the municipal project for the northern connection of a rainwater network that allows the evacuation of water that accumulates in this area.
"We are here today to hold a meeting with the mayor to carry out the commitments made by our president Fernando López Miras," said the director general of Water, Sebastián Delgado, after meeting with the mayor of the municipality, Mario Cervera.
"We received the project at the General Directorate of Water and we analyzed it as quickly as possible to verify the viability of the action. In the review, we have detected geotechnical problems that are not well resolved, which makes it unfeasible to be able to execute it in the conditions that are written as it could generate security problems for the residents of the affected streets, "he explained.
As examples highlighted an excavation of more than 5 meters deep in a street of just 6 meters wide with a system of intubation that is carried out after the excavation and that "does not give security to the proximity of the houses", or the connection of the infrastructure with an existing network "without analyzing if a funnel effect can occur in this connection and its exit to the sea," he said.
In this way "they will analyze, together with the City Council, the alternatives that exist to solve these setbacks and for this from the regional government we put all the technical services of the General Directorate of Water for this, since the commitment to move forward this project is firm and we will work on it as the first priority. "
On January 24, the president of the Community, Fernando López Miras, held a meeting with the mayor of the town, Mario Cervera, and reaffirmed the firm commitment of the regional government with the municipality to finance 50 percent of this action and the recovery project of the mouth of the Rambla de La Maraña.