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Cs will demand in the next plenary session that the perimeter of the old depuradora of Barrio Peral be tiled to avoid accidents (06/12/2018)

- According to Manuel Padín, "after six years of this announcement, and in spite of the obvious dangers it poses for, among others, the kids of Colegio Hispania, neither the PP Government of that time, nor the coalition of PSOE and MC, nor the PSOE have executed the file of ruin, have not moved a finger to ensure safety in this environment. "

Cartagena, Thursday, November 6.

It was going to be one of the proposals of Cs in the last ordinary plenary session but the violent and intimidating acts of an MC councilman caused the suspension of the afternoon session in which the orange formation was going to demand the City Council to fence the perimeter of the former and ruinous sewage treatment plant in Barrio Peral, also known as the old Mandarache water treatment plant, which is located 50 meters from the Hispania school.

"It is a claim that we have already sent to the City Council, but have not responded," says orange spokesman, Manuel Padin who has reported that the initiative will defend on December 27 an ordinary plenary session that will serve to resolve what was left pending in the session previous.

These facilities are in a state of ruin and threaten to cause serious damage to children and onlookers who often wander in the area.

Cs has requested urgent preventive measures, before the demolition, to block the entrance to this property located between Víctor Beltrí Avenue and Pajarita Street due to its easy access and proximity to the educational center and the greenway.

The facilities were originally formed by three missing pools but the old pump house and for the electrical installation of the set remains;

it has a frame that barely supports a set of decrepit tiles, which can fall at any time on any of the children who usually come to play.

Cs will also ask in the Plenary for a technical report that supposedly was made six years ago to assess the need to secure the site.

The spokesman for Citizens in Cartagena explained after visiting the area that his group has collected in recent weeks several neighborhood complaints "tell us that many children and adolescents often come to this space to practice their technique with graffiti, also marauded people with problems of drug addiction according to neighbors and they do it without being aware of the danger of being in a half-demolished building with a roof that has been falling apart for more than a decade. "

Citizens have been able to know that the land where these facilities are located is municipal property, but they are included in one of the partial plans associated with the North Access and the Mandarache Shopping Center, so the development is in the hands of a private company.

In 2012, the Planning Department of Cartagena announced that it would inspect and evaluate its status to draft a report and oblige the development company, if necessary, to fence the facilities to prevent accidents.

According to Manuel Padín, "after six years of this announcement, and despite the obvious dangers it poses for, among others, the kids of Colegio Hispania, neither the PP government of that time, nor the coalition of PSOE and MC, nor the PSOE they have just moved a finger to ensure safety in this environment. "

Source: Ciudadanos Cartagena

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