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New Promenade from Los Pozos, Puerto del Rosario to Playa Blanca
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The green light has been given to build a promenade from Los Pozos in Puerto del Rosario to Playa Blanca.
It will cost 2.9 million euros.
https://www.diariodefuerteventura.com/noticia/luz-verde-al-convenio-para-continuar-el-paseo-marítimo-hasta-el-mirador
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Excuse my skepticism, where is the cash coming from? and I have read the official BS , and the time scale? 10/15 years, surely someone from Antigua should be lobbying to get the main beach repaired if there is that amount of Money available? I would have thought putting right what we have already made a shambles of should come before any new hairbrained scheme?
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There's about one third of the population living in the capital. I think Puerto deserves a new promenade. Huh
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(16-10-2019, 03:09 PM)Sam Wrote: There's about one third of the population living in the capital. I think Puerto deserves a new promenade.   Huh

Sam while I respect the comment about the population of PdR and being entitled to a promenade, I am more inclined to agree with my  🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Celtic cousin that they should correct the mess they made of the Caleta Beach before they start any other projects, same goes for all this Money being spent on repacking pavements in Caleta.
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The mess in Caleta is being dealt with, although very slowly. The mayor of Antigua didn't sign the work and the Ayuntamiento raised the issue with the department in Mainland Spain (the one that actually pays for the disaster).

Do you think it would be fair to the people living in PDR if the Money goes into fixing Caleta beach instead of building the promenade to Playa Blanca?
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I don't think it's a PDR v Caleta issue Sam. I think people are just fed up with new projects being started when old ones are not completed. We know that funds come from different sources and can't be crossed from one project to another but we get frustrated with the unfinished or poorly finished projects casting a blight on our beautiful island. Some are private enterprises, some public, all seem to stagnate for ever once they hit problems.
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I'm not happy about the main Caleta beach neither and would love to see it as it used to be a few years ago. We used to be there every other day. Nowadays, just a few times a year for an hour or two. So yes, I'm frustrated about the unfinished (or badly executed) projects too, but it doesn't mean I'll be negative about any new one.
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(24-10-2019, 08:59 PM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: I don't think it's a PDR v Caleta issue Sam. I think people are just fed up with new projects being started when old ones are not completed. We know that funds come from different sources and can't be crossed from one project to another but we get frustrated with the unfinished or poorly finished projects casting a blight on our beautiful island. Some are private enterprises, some public, all seem to stagnate for ever once they hit problems.

So well expressed Tamars, thank you. 😘
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Published in the BOE the agreement for the continuation of the promenade to the old Parador



Published in the BOE the agreement for the continuation of the promenade to the old Parador.

   The Official State Gazette published Friday, December 13, the Agreement between the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the City Council of Puerto del Rosario for the execution of the action called “Project for the Conditioning of the Maritime Promenade of Playa Blanca”

   The agreement, already signed and sent by the Central Government, was presented by the Mayor of Puerto del Rosario, Juan Jiménez and the Insular Director for State Administration in Fuerteventura, Domingo Fuentes on October 16

   This project will continue to give Puerto del Rosario uniqueness and identity, in addition to representing an added value for the quality of life of the citizens of Puerto, its occasional visitors and tourists, said the Mayor Juan Jiménez, in a first assessment.

From the Municipal Government Group, a positive assessment of this fact was carried out since the deadlines that had been foreseen were confirmed, which, after the publication of the Agreement, the bidding of the work can be started and progress in this important infrastructure that will culminate the citizen's encounter with the sea along a walk of more than 5km, in a pedestrian way, accessible and safe.

This significant work will be financed by the City of Puerto del Rosario with € 2,943,527.48 , based on different financing lines, from the Canary Islands Government Infrastructure and Quality Plan and the FDCAN, coordinated by the Cabildo de Fuerteventura and by the Ministry of Sustainability of the Coast and the Sea, with an amount of 1,805,873, € 85.

For the mayor Juan Jiménez, it is an important milestone in terms of leisure infrastructure in our capital, with a promenade that will continue the current and bring citizens to the old Parador enjoying the proximity to the sea in a relaxed walk or playing sports, with all the security and accessibility that a space like this guarantees.

Courtesy of www.puertodelrosario.org

EDIT: Crazy translation 😑
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(16-12-2019, 04:04 PM)Sam Wrote: For the mayor of Buenos Aires, Juan Jiménez, it is an important milestone in terms of leisure infrastructure in our capital, with a promenade that will continue the current and bring citizens to the old Parador enjoying the proximity to the sea in a relaxed walk or playing sports, with all the security and accessibility that a space like this guarantees.

Good news but what on earth has it to do with Buenos Aires?  Huh
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