A representative of the residents and businessmen around the Iders regrets that after receiving with hope the announcement of the local government (PSOE-ACP) in July, “we reached October and we continue without seeing results. The situation is getting worse every day. Fires and fights continue to break out; there are loose dogs that are not known if they have any type of disease and can attack passersby who walk in the area; drugs are consumed and rats, cockroaches and mosquitoes roam freely and pass to the neighboring buildings. It is a disaster and the neighbors are simply desperate.
The Public Health technicians visited the Iders at the end of June and then it seemed that the relocation of the squatters and the cleaning, disinfection, disinsection and deratization of the property was an issue that would be resolved in the short term. Three months later, discouragement has returned to the Iders environment and the affected neighbors and companies are considering resorting to the Common Deputy.
Those affected demand that the mayor, Marco González (PSOE), “act, fulfill what he promised and put himself at least for a moment in our place. Neither Neither the residents of the area nor this city deserve to continue in this unfortunate situation».