The City Council of San Miguel de Abona has definitively received the entire Golf del Sur urbanization, on the coast of the municipality, after signing an agreement with the communities, which establishes the conditions of this procedure, which in practice gives the Consistory the green light to expand the services that it had been providing in the area and that until now were limited to public lighting and waste collection.
Therefore, the procedure that will allow from now on Provide all the essential services to the Golf del Sur nucleus, where 5,500 residents reside and which has more than 5,000 hotel beds.
He San Miguelero City Hall will also take care of water supply and sewerage, as well as the maintenance of gardens, green areas and street cleaning, as they cease to be privately owned services and pass into public hands.
In this way, the Consistory culminates the process of reception of all the urbanizations of the coast throughout the last year: first it was Yellow Golf; subsequently Saint Blaisetwo months ago, and now South Golf.
“Now the coast of San Miguel belongs to the town of San Miguel”, summed up yesterday the mayor Arturo González in statements to DIARIO DE AVISOS. “We had been trying for many years, looking for formulas and now we are very happy because it was a challenge that we set ourselves this mandate and a commitment made with the neighbors, which will allow us to respond to the demand for public services of residents in these areas who pay their taxes. like the rest of the citizens,” said the councilor.
GOLF DEL SUR TREATMENT PLANT
Gonzalez recalled that The City Council could not intervene in the infrastructures that the residents were demanding and announced, among other priorities, improvements in the treatment plant. The agreement contemplates that the commonwealth, the body that brings together the twenty communities of Golf del Sur, will complete the remaining green areas within a period of three months.
The mayor of San Miguel stressed that “from now on we must continue working,” but insisted that “achievements like these deserve a full mandate.”