Albox Town Council undertakes a cleaning and maintenance plan

The Albox Town Hall continues with the cleaning and maintenance plan which in recent months has improved the appearance of numerous public spaces and areas that had been abandoned for years. After the improvement of all the children’s playgrounds and several neighbourhoods. This May it has been the turn of the Llano del Espino district, where there is a Social Hall which also serves as a Medical Centre, and the works department has carried out a general cleaning, repair of minor damage and painting of both interiors and exteriors, accesses and railings.

The same has been done with the Social Hall of Llano de las Ánimas. “Here they had been doing nothing for twenty years, they didn’t even have electricity, it was completely abandoned” explains the councillor for works, Esteban Carrión, who has been responsible for supervising all the work. The cleaning of the adjoining plots, which were full of rubbish and rodents. And in the building, the windows have been changed, floors have been repaired, the whole area has been painted and the entrance has been concreted.

In the hamlet of Llano de los Olleres, which this month celebrates its fiestas in honour of San Isidro, four people are cleaning all the streets in the neighbourhood. New street furniture has been added to Calle Mirador. And in the football pitches, the fences, lighting, concreting and repainting of the pitch have been done. Everything is ready for the Fiestas Tournament to be held this weekend in these sports facilities.

“For us the pedanías are a priority. They have been forgotten for too long, and in each quarterly Maintenance and Cleaning Plan, our historic neighbourhoods are included, we will reach all the neighbours, we will not leave anyone out” explains the mayoress of Albox, María del Mar Alfonso, in her tour with Carrión through the different actions.

La Molata, the Walls that cross the town, or the Polígono de La Venta, where all the streets are being cleared and cleaned. Plots of land in the centre, such as the one located in Calle Málaga, whose residents have been asking for more than a decade for it to be fenced off and cleaned, as it had become a source of dirt and rodents, in addition to the street lighting being fixed.

Also on a plot of land next to the health centre, another piece of land that was sunken and had become a makeshift rubbish dump. “We have located all the areas that need cleaning and repairs. We are prioritising the most affected, but the residents should know that we are going to get to all of them”, concludes the councillor for Works, Esteban Carrión, about the work that is being carried out with PFEA personnel and our own funds.

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