The president of the Center for Tourism Initiatives (CIT) of Puerto de la Cruz, Juan José Hernández, exposes the complaints of those associated with the entity for the vandalism that has been repeated for some weekends in the La Paz area.
“The neighboring hotels and companies in the area tell us that the situation is getting worse, that it is getting out of hand and that we must act urgently because the bottles not only leave garbage thrown away but also significant damage to public furniture and in private properties and loud music that disturbs the tranquility of this important tourist enclave of the city ”, says the president of the CIT.
The entity has been directly affected by the damage that occurred on Saturday night in Paseo San Amaro, where a group of 15 students from the Fernando Estévez Superior School of Art and Design carried out a series of artistic interventions on the occasion of the International Festival of Agatha Christie, which ran from November 5 to 14.
This initiative, which the CIT organizes biannually, this year involved most of the city’s educational and cultural community. “All the institutions turned to the Festival, in addition to the CIT collaborators and future artists, who began working in June to create the works, which is why I am outraged by what happened,” insists Hernández.
The president does not want to blame anyone for the situation, he only asks “that together we do what we have to do and that the City Council convene the Security Board to prevent this problem from reaching adults.”