The President of the region of Valencia, Alberto Fabra, has said that there will be funding for building work on four schools in the area in election year of 2015.
Specifically, Torrevieja, Rojales, San Fulgencio and Guardamar del Segura will benefit from the investment, although there was no mention of Orihuela.
In Torrevieja, the construction of a new canteen at the Colegio Inmaculada will be completed, as well as the Colegio Amanecer, which has been operating out of portacabins since 2005. Rojales will benefit from work at the Colegio Príncipe de España, which has seen cracks in the main walls appear for some years, attributed to the age of the building at around 50 years old. Portacabins at the Colegio Público Dama de Guardamar will be set for replacement with a real brick building,
The mayor of Guardamar, Carmen Verdú of the PP, said in response that “we can only thank the efforts of the Government to include Guardamar amongst its priorities”, realising local demand in supporting the local PP government who has worked for three years since the last elections without achieving any such promises.
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