The two projects in Javea: where we are at with Auditorium and the Municipal Swimming Pool?
The municipal swimming pool.
An infrastructure already completed but pending functional checks for its future opening.
For the moment, the mayoress has stated that the procedures are still in progress, “the necessary authorisations have already been provided by the Ministry and the facility has electricity to be able to carry out the testing of machinery and its correct operation. This step will begin shortly.
Another project that is paralyzed is the Auditorium. An infrastructure in a state of abandonment due to the winning companies, that stopped building after starting the work. The work was tendered and awarded on two occasions.
Roosa Cardona has outlined that it will be necessary to put out to tender, the hiring of a team to take the project forward; “It must be taken into account that the existing project has errors; On the one hand it has shortcomings and on the other reality and project do not coincide. Prices must be updated and errors corrected.”
More details can be found on Javea.com
The celebration of the festivities in honour of Sant Sebastià left a sad mark right from the start!
During the event, a young man who was clinging to the wall of the staircase gives access to the Church of St. Bartholomew incited a bull that charged and hooked one of the rough stones with its horn and tore it off.
Luckily there were no personal injuries, but now this piece of the Church, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 2018, must now be replaced.
The problem of parking caravans.
Has now be moved to the Mirador del Cabo San Antonio.
Due to the installation of gates and barriers with height limits along the caost road, the complaints are now transferred to the Mirador del Cape San Antonio. Several neighbours have expressed their discomfort at the overcrowding of mobile homes in the Mirador located in the Montgo National Park.
Local rsidents demand more control by authorities and those responsible for the park, “the park is abandoned”. “They do not act as they should nor do they follow the regulations.” A resident states that “on different occasions the collaboration of agents from both the Civil Guard, Local Police and Seprona has been requested and there has been no response.” Read more on Javea.com.
Javea town has started meetings with local residents to find out their demands and needs.
Over the next few weeks the rest of the councilors of Barrio del Ayuntamiento, Teresa Legay (Arenal), Juanjo García (Duanes de la Mar), Thiviers (Mavi Pérez), Freginal and Urbanizations (Toni Molina) and The flat (Fatima Jarjor) will convene local meetings in which they will address demands and present the different lines of work and projects launched during the first months in government.
Regarding the urbanisations, municipal representatives also began contact with the residents of Lluca a few months ago.