By Euro Weekly News Media • 10 February 2015 • 10:33
ALBOX Town Council has begun repairs on the damage cause by the recent high winds that tore across the town.
Wind gusts measured in the municipality were among the strongest across the province and wreaked havoc on roads and municipal facilities. Among the damage caused by the winds were several landslides and damage to schools in the town. There were fallen trees and fences in both CEIP Virgen del Saliente and IES Cardenal Cisneros.
Sports facilities were also affected with falling billboards, and the Sports Pavilion suffered damage to the roof and metal doors. Clean Point suffered damage to containers, a fallen wall and damaged fencing. A bus shelter collapsed and traffic signs were uprooted.
Planning councillor, Sonia Cerdan, promised that Albox would give priority to schools, public roads and basic services for Albox residents. The council has also set up an advisory service for residents.
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