"We must find alternatives, such as grouped into a single line all existing, to minimize the impact on the population and the environment , " says the deputy in Cortes
Citizens take to the Congress of Deputies accumulation of high voltage power lines in Totana.
To this he has compromised the national deputy Jose Luis Martinez, after visiting with the local group formation area of ‚Äč‚Äčthe Rambla de Lebor, where the installation of two new lines of 400 kilowatts, one of which is scheduled belonging to administrator railway infrastructure, Adif.
"These two lines would join three others already existing in the area, so in a space of just 800 meters five major electricity transmission lines would be concentrated," said Martinez in a statement.
The deputy has indicated that it will transfer to the Government the concern among the residents of the area, adding that "we must look for possible alternatives to this concentration of power lines, and group them together in a single driving in order to minimize its impact on the population and the environment. "
The alternative to unify the lines in one was picked up by the local group of citizens in the meetings usually maintained with those affected, who have already collected thousands of signatures from neighbors to warn of the situation and demand solutions.
Martinez also received information about the delicate economic and financial situation totanero Consistory, which supports a debt around 180 million euros which marked -only in interest- paying 2.8 billion spending in 2014, 10% of the budget according to the Ministry of Finance and Public Administration million, making it almost impossible to make investments that benefit totaneros, a situation that was dealt with in a past meeting of the deputy and the regional spokesman, Miguel Sanchez, with the mayor Juan Jose Canovas.