Torre del Mar finally announces Phoenician site clean up

HISTORIC COMMITMENT: Torre del Mar commits to historical clean up. Source: Facebook/Jesus Perez Atencia

THE deputy mayor of Torre del Mar, Jesus Perez Atencia, and Councillor for the Environment, Antonio Ariza have announced a clear up program to uncover the historically valuable Phoenician sites of Tuscany.

The sites have been buried under mountains of under growth and domestic waste and despite weekly tours given by historical societies; it has remained untouched until now.

Atencia, and Ariza announced the plan on Monday morning and has confirmed the councils commitment to the historical value of the site.

“We have, once and for all been able to act in these important sites, which were completely buried in undergrowth”, explained Atencia.

“The council has mobilized a team of parks and gardens to adapt this site with an important remit of cleaning and clearing.” Continued Ariza

“We wanted to start by discovering reeds and weeds throughout the site to continue with a later intervention around the perimeter of the site.”

The local council has placed extremely high value on the site historically and they understand the importance that the site offers to the economy and tourism industry in Velez Malaga and Torre del Mar.

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