Soltalk January 2018 - Page 12

Sightseeing Nerja The new train in Plaza Cavana, Nerja Nerja has a new tourist train. City Sightseeing España last month took over operation of the popular facility which takes visitors on a 45-minute tour of the area, complete with an audio guide in three languages. The City Sightseeing company, which now runs over 100 tourist tours in over 30 countries, including 16 in Spain, now operates in Nerja between 11.00am and 4.00pm. Public vote Nerja has set aside €500,000 to pay for projects suggested by residents. Proposals can be submitted until January 14 at mailboxes in municipal offices or via the website nerjadecide.es from where a proposal form can also be downloaded. Technicians will assess the viability of all ideas suggested and a public vote will then decide the favourites from a short list. “Idiots” claim Central government talks to Nerja’s councillors as if they were “idiots,” according to José María Rivas, responsible for the municipality’s infrastructure. He was referring to enquires made of the Ministry of Works regarding the completion of the town’s new water treatment plant, presently frozen at 76% complete. The councillor said that he did not rule out staging a protest in Madrid after Christmas. Flea attacks Parents of students at the Augusto Santiago Bellido school in Vélez-Málaga say their children are under attack by an infestation of fleas. They say 30 pupils were bitten in a week with 12 requiring antibiotic treatment. The town hall, however, maintains the school has no problem but is treating the patio, while the parents say they will wash the curtains themselves over the Christmas break. Armijo appears at Nerja dump enquiry The investigation into a rubbish dump in Nerja which was used illegally for 18 years continued last month with the appearance of the town’s former Patrtido Popular mayor José Alberto Armijo. He told the investigating judge in a Torrox court that no individual, agency or administration ever warned him that the site at Rio de la Miel, where 800,000 cubic metres of rubbish was allowed to accumulate between June 1998 and September 2016, was illegal. Sr Armijo, who was Nerja’s mayor between 1995 and 2015, could face charges of prevarication and offences against natural resources and the environment. He also said he had had authoris ѥѼɕхєѡͥє)ݡ݅́ɵ)Յ丁!ͅեɥ́݅́Ѽ)͕Ѽѡѡ́и)Mȁɵ܁ɽ٥)ѡЁɥѡѥѡͥє)ɕѡɔ)ձѥѥ́ݥѠɕɕ͕хѥٕ)ѡ٥ɹЁѵЁ)ٕ݅́ȁ՝ѕЁЁ͔)ɽ)QЁѡ͔́)ѡЁѡͥєչɽ)յɽȰq́݅є)ɽՍѥѥͥѕ̰)ɑ́ѕɥ̰ɝչ)ɑչ́ѥ̳t)ݡɕѕ͕ɥ́٥ɽх)̰́ݕ́ɔɥͬ)ѽх́ͥ́ݹ̰́ݕ)ɵȁɕ͕Ёչхɔ)չȁٕѥѥݡ͕)ѽх ԁٔɽ镸)Q͔ɽ͕ѕ䁱ѕȁ)ɝ́٥ɽх̰)ɝ䰁ɅՐݕ́͡)ɥɽЁ)ɕɕ͕ѕ٥ɽх)Ʌѥٔѥ̸Q)ٕѥѥ́ѥե)Aȁ݅ѕȁ)ȁɽ՝)MЁхɕͥ䁙ȁѡ)ɽ՝Ё܁ѡɕѕѡչ)͔́ȁЁ)݅ѕȁɕͽɍ̰ɑѼ)ՑՉ͡ɕ)ńQѕͥٔյЁ݅ɹ)ѡЁѡɐM͠ѕɥѽ䁍ձ)͕ЁѡЁѡɕՅѕ)́̃q͍ѥtѼ)͕ѥѥ)Qɕаqɽ՝ͽѡɔ)ѡɅt́ͅѡЁѡ)ٕɹӊé䁉͕)չѕ䁽݅ѕȁ́qх)ݥѠ͕ɥ́ͽ٥ɽх)͕Օ̻tQ̰ЁѥՕ̰)ݡḾѡЁյȁ)ɕ͕ٽ́ȁձѥ)ѡݽɱɽ́ѥՔ)ѡɅ̸)Qѕɹѥ9<́ͅѡЃq)݅ѕȁӊt́ݡ)ٔѼ͕ѡЁ()ɥ́ɔѼЁ́Ս)ѡɅqḾٕ)ͱѕ́ѡ՝Ёݕɔչ)ݥѠ́䁽݅ѕȳt)Ց̸)QɕՑ䁍́ȁ)ѕɅѕɽѼMé݅ѕ)аɅѡȁѡͥɥ)ɵɕ݅͡ѕȁͅе݅ѕ)ѕ̰ɕЁɕ̰ɝ)ѠՉͅ䁅є)͕́ɅєՕ̸)1ЁѠMé݅ѕȁɕ͕ٕ)ݕɔѥѕЀظԁȁЁ)䰁ѡݕЁٕȀȁ啅̰)ѡ5䁽ɥձɔ)͡ɥ̰٥ɽи)Íٕɕɑѥձɱ䁱܁ٕ)ՑѡKMɄݡ)ѡɽ՝є5ɍ)ݡ܁̸ԁȁЁձ)ѡ+鍅ȁY ѕ͸)ݡ́Ѐиȁи