The town of Llano del Camello recovers its playground. The San Miguel de Abona City Council reopened this public facility that is inside the Great Urban Park. The municipal government informs that it is an installation that has been subjected to the realization of works that have required an investment of 172,000 euros. Among the works carried out, the replacement of the gravel floor with another continuous one made with rubber stands out, the repair of part of the furniture that was damaged and the incorporation of new gaming devices, thus expanding the provision that this room had until now for minors.
The mayor of San Miguel de Abona, Arturo Gonzalez, states that with the intervention carried out “we guarantee greater safety for minors who use this space on a daily basis and that on these dates, on Christmas holidays, they will be able to enjoy this great recreational area even more”. Along these lines, the councilor emphasizes that with the work “we attend to the demands that the residents of the area have sent us.”
But with the work undertaken, the intervention in this infrastructure does not conclude. The sanmiguelero councilman announces that the municipal Corporation will continue to improve the facilities of this park. Arturo González explains in this regard that “the works of a new project are in the process of being awarded, which, on the one hand, includes the lighting of the park as well as the reinforcement of the furniture and, on the other, endowing this place with an area of shade, achieving with this a complete leisure space and with all the comforts for the enjoyment of it with the family ”, adds the mayor.
Neighbors of Llano del Camello have already appealed to the users of these remodeled and optimized facilities to make good use of them and keep them in good condition, since they were used improperly before proceeding to reopen , as reported.
Commitment to associations that fight against cancer
The Department of Social Services continues to contribute so that social groups develop their daily work. To this end, the City Council renewed its annual commitment to associations that raise awareness about the importance of early detection of cancer, whether in children or adults and to serve as an instrument to meet the needs and demands of the affected people and their families. They are Amate, Little Brave, AECC and Carrera por la Vida, with a global financial contribution of 5,000 euros. The mayor, Arturo González, values the work of the four associations, for which “it is vitally important that they have aid from public administrations, not only financial but of any kind.” The Councilor for Social Services, Nuria Marrero, points out that this collaboration endorses “the commitment to collaboration” and highlights that “it is part of the qualitative leap carried out by the City Council in recent years as regards aid for social projects of entities without profit is concerned ‘. | ED