About thirty operators, long-term unemployed Lorca, carry out these dressing tasks that also include the city's extensive network of bike lanes.
The Councilor of Pedanías, Rural Development, Agriculture, Livestock and Parks of the City council of Lorca, Antonio Navarro, has visited this morning one of the multiple points of the municipality in which the tasks of cleaning and conditioning of ramblas, ditches are being carried out and greenways.
Navarro has explained that "it is acting on the Ramblas of Biznaga, Señoritas and Las Chatas as well as in the Industrial Park of Los Peñones and the Barrio de San Pedro. The irrigation system change is also being carried out in the Peñica Park and have already completed the cleaning and dressing of the ditches that give access to both the Castle of Lorca and the Parador. "
The Councilor Pedanías, Rural Development, Agriculture, Livestock and Parks has detailed that "in total there are 43 people, coming from the agricultural memories of the Regional Councils, who are carrying out these actions distributed throughout the municipality. Specifically, they are 24 cleaning pawns and 4 capable are dedicated to these tasks of conditioning of boulevards and greenways and other 15 operators are making improvements on the way to the Lover's Eyebrow. "
Navarro Pérez has specified that "it is also acting on the extensive network of green roads, about 35 kilometers, that run throughout the city: such as the Cazalla bike lane; La Torrecilla; Ronda Sur; Carretera de Águilas or de the Carretera de Murcia ".
The Edil informed that "these Lorca and Lorca are long-term unemployed who have agricultural insurance and that for three months carry out these programs. In this case, current operators will continue to develop the activity until October, at which time in which a new program will also begin with a duration of three months. "
Antonio Navarro has revealed that "it is a very necessary action due to the hot season in which we find ourselves in which high temperatures and the accumulation of thickets and stubble can cause fires. Also, due to the proximity of the rainy season that usually occurs in the town at the end of August and beginning of September. "
And, as for the bike lanes, the Edil wanted to emphasize that "the action responds to the visible abandonment of this infrastructure and in whose maintenance nothing has been invested. Therefore, and also responding to the commitment of this Government Team, is developing a constant maintenance plan that avoids the need to make large investments so that cyclists can use them comfortably and safely. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca