There are more than 100 volunteers from Archena, within the Municipal Volunteer Campaign, which launched the City Council last days, those who have signed up for this first day of work to clean mud and reeds on the waterfront and affected homes in the town.
They have been divided into three large groups of people who, coordinated by municipal technicians, are working this morning in the 4,000 meters of the urban area of â€‹â€‹the promenade and adjacent houses affected.
The Mayor, Patricia Fernández, along with several Councilors of the Government Team, has welcomed this group of people of all voluntary ages and thanked them for their intention and interest in contributing to returning Archena "the attractive aspect before the Cold Drop of days gone by. "
The municipal councilor herself has personally participated in these tasks of cleaning mud and reeds in the most affected areas.
Later, the mayor and the Minister of Water and Agriculture, Antonio Luengo, attended the meeting convened by the Mayor's Office with representatives of irrigation ditches and communities of Archena to discuss the claims and all infrastructure and damage problems caused by these storms.
Councilor and mayor have specified with the representatives of those affected "put all the means and time more than necessary" to negotiate with all the corresponding and specific administrations and palliate in the shortest time possible solutions and financial aid relevant.
Patricia Fernández has also reminded those gathered that since Monday there is in the offices of InformaJoven (former health center of Villarías) the Office of Information and Care for Those Affected to collect data on homes, properties and lands and orchards damaged by the latter stream.
The office hours are Monday through Friday, late in the morning (except late Friday)
Source: Ayuntamiento de Archena