Major clear-up of the banks of Rio Seco in Nerja

RIO SECO: The riverbanks are getting a much-needed clean-up. CREDIT: Ayuntamiento de Nerja

The banks of Rio Seco in Nerja are undergoing a major clear-up this week.

Councillor for Agriculture and Fisheries, Javier López, said vital cleaning and clearing work is being carried out on the rural road and banks from the N340 to Cortijo Victoria.
The project is expected to take one week at a cost of around €2,500.
López said the council will continue working on the maintenance of the municipal lanes, adding: “By cleaning the roads, we improve safety, since they are heavily travelled by farmers, residents of the municipality and tourists.”

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