Laying New Kerbs Following Burying of Telephone Cables Near A7 Costa del Sol Spain

Councillors inspect the current state of work Credit: Manilva Facebook

AT a cost of more than €55,000 including tax, the Manilva council has been strengthening the kerbs on a section of the Manilva River road which covers 600 square metres from the A-7 intersection.

The work of laying reinforced steel units was necessary once the burying of underground telephone and internet lines was completed and the council also took the opportunity to replace existing wiring and create new bases for the street lights.

This is a regularly used road especially on Sundays and the plan is to have all of the work completed within the next two weeks.

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