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The project for the renovation of services and paving on Romualdo López Cánovas street is approved

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| In the stretch from the Guadalentín Valley to Narcisa Navarro | The Local Government Board has recently approved the technical project for the renovation works of services and paving on Romualdo López Cánovas street, from the Valle del Guadalentín roads to Narcisa Navarro Morales, drawn up by the technical engineer of Public Works, Bernardino Lario López, within the 2020/21 Works and Services Plan.This action will be undertaken after the Plenary approved last June the new distribution of the budgetary contributions of the Autonomous Community and the City Council, to be included within the aforementioned program.The technical project has been sent to the General Directorate of Local Administration for the realization of the supervision report and corresponding procedure.

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The project for the renovation of services and paving on Romualdo López Cánovas street is approved, Foto 1
The project for the renovation of services and paving on Romualdo López Cánovas street is approved, Foto 2
The project for the renovation of services and paving on Romualdo López Cánovas street is approved, Foto 3

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