Andalucian Government Invests in Rural Roads in Almeria's Maria

Andalucian Government Invests in Rural Roads in Almeria's Maria Credit: Pixabay

ANDALUCIAN Government invests in rural roads in Almeria’s Maria to the tune of €700,000. The Los Velez area in general will see an investment of €1.3 million to improve rural roads.
The town of Maria has been granted around €700,000 to improve two rural roads: Cañadas, with €357,000, and Fuente de la Puerca, with €356,000. The area of stunning natural beauty will see an investment as part of a commitment to rural populations and agricultural activity.
The Regional Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Sustainable Development, Carmen Crespo recently visited Maria in Almeria and spoke of the Andalucian Regional Government’s Itínere Plan. Crespo met with Maria’s mayor, José Antonio García Alcalaína and stressed that the Board is committed to improving rural roads.
Crespo also highlighted the fact that the Itínere Plan was launched to support the agricultural sector and local administrations improve the infrastructure of rural areas.
The Regional Minister of Agriculture explained how the plan hopes to generate around hundred 160 jobs and also improve some 127 kilometres of rural roads throughout 31 of Almeria’s towns.
In total the province will see €9.5 million invested. Locals will also see rural roads improved in Velez Blanco and Chirivel.

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