Many weeks, even months, streets in the neighborhood of Orriols can be seen full of toilets, garbage, and abandoned toilets along with containers in some streets. To this Garbage combines the remains of works, objects, and old furniture even a child seat used for cars, small appliances, television machines mattresses. This is not a new situation, but almost since summer it has become endemic. Sources from Orriols in Lucha asked the councilor to clean and collect garbage Carlos Mundina to improve the service of removing debris and these abandoned materials because more than a week has passed and no one is picking them up. Some of these corpses are dangerous, and are thrown in the middle of the road, as happened recently in the streets. Padre Viñas 92 and 94, San Juan Bosco 83, Motilla del Palancar, Portaceli, Peñíscola, and Deputy Clara Campoamor right there in number 2. The remains of ceramic materials such as tiles or toilet bowls are also dangerous and can cause cuts and injuries, especially for children.
The spokesperson of Places called Oriole in Lucha Come Carmen Tarín points out that this problem has been recurring for several months. “Last time,” he pointed out, “we noticed a rental van in which a private person brought debris to the neighborhood.” “We spoke – added this source – with the company and they stopped renting the car to this person.” However, the abandonment of debris and garbage on public roads “happens daily and weekly.” “We called Carlos Mundina several times and reported him on social networks,” added Tarín, but the efforts made by the cleaning services were not enough. “In addition to cleaning and removing garbage, the Local Police must investigate and impose penalties on those who make these garbage dumps,” warned the leader of the neighborhood. “People don’t make a lot of changes,” emphasized this neighbor, “it’s clear that they are people from outside the neighborhood who come to throw away these ruins.”
Civilians remove patio doors to sell them for scrap
Another thing is the uncivil people who, because they do not go through the four steps, leave the garbage bag placed at their door and do not bring it near the container; Although the “scrap dealers” who started scrapping old washing machine in the middle of the street; or the most daring vandals, such as San Juan de la Peña and Arquitecto Rodríguez where they tore out patio doors to resell them as scrap metal.
“We are angry with the new government,” they told the Orriols
After almost 5 months in the PP municipal government, the long-awaited changes have not yet arrived in Orriols “and some projects that have already been started have been stopped.” Mari Carmen Tarín has again asked the PP government to convene inter-council committees to deal with pending neighborhood issues, but Mayor María José Catalá does not like this formula, who prefers to deal with the issues through other councils. However, we are “angry” with the new government because we wrote to Catalá and the councilor for parks and gardens Juan Carlos Caballero, “but we still have no answer or dialogue.” Because of this, on September 26, the first plenary session of the mandate, they gathered in front of the town hall to attract the attention of the mayor.