The remodeling works on Imeldo Serís street, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, are coming to an end. According to Dámaso Arteaga, the Councilor for Infrastructures of the City Council of the capital, told DIARIO DE AVISOS, these works, resumed after Christmas, will end at the end of the month.
The works, which have been in progress for 14 months, have consisted of the modernization of the canalization that had been affecting the old Barranquillo street, and at the moment work is being done on Valentín Sanz street. A “delicate” point in which “the sanitation and rainwater network has been reopened because there was a risk of breakage. Something that carries with it smells and annoyances, and that has caused the specific closure of the street ”. Disadvantages for neighbors and businessmen who, since early yesterday, complained of the bad smell, which they attributed to the lack of water in the pipes due to the lack of rain.
In the next few days, said the mayor, “the concrete will proceed and finish off the asphalt.” He also apologized for the inconvenience and appreciated the wait from the neighbors.