By Chris King • 25 June 2022 • 0:31
Image of Calle Cordoba in Nerja.
Credit: [email protected]_Nerja
As announced this Friday, June 24, by Francisco Arce, the first deputy mayor of Nerja Town Council, Calle Cordoba has been reopened to traffic. He revealed this news during a visit to the street to see in situ the redevelopment works that have been carried out in the Malaga municipality.
“Calle Cordoba has gained in image and comfort with these works. The pavements that were in poor condition have been renewed, and the infrastructure replaced with new ones, offering the residents a street in adequate conditions”, Arce highlighted.
He explained that the works have enabled the street to be equipped with new underground containers. The car park has also been rearranged, with space for 30 vehicles, including an area for the disabled.
Finally, he stressed that “with this work, we have completed the redevelopment of this residential area of the municipality, between Calle Maria de Waard and Calle Andalucia”.
This project, with an investment of €199,120.77, co-financed by the Town Council and the Provincial Council, is part of the Extraordinary Municipal Infrastructure and Equipment Plan for the Promotion of Local Employment.
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Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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