Protesting the opening of an addiction clinic in residential area

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RESIDENTS of Tower II in Rojales are collecting signatures to protest the imminent opening of an addiction centre in Calle Fausto Cartagena.

“This is a newly established residential area where mostly families live and that a center like this should rather be located on the outskirts of the town because it could create unsafe situations and would devalue our homes,” neighbours Jose Antonio Sempere, Alberto Jerez and Anthony Mendel told Spanish daily Informacion.

Although work began on the centre about two months ago, it was not until a few days ago that is purpose was revealed via a notice to “some” property owners from the town hall informing them that a license has been sought by this clinic and they have 20 days to comment.

“One hundred per cent of the residents are opposed to this clinic opening here,” they added.

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