The Department of Works and Infrastructure has begun a few days ago the improvement works of the children's playground of the municipal park "Marcos Ortiz", which have a budget of more than 80,000 euros and are funded in the framework of the Regional Action Plan of Dynamisation of Works and Municipal Services 2016 (PARDOS) of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia.
The mayor, Andrés García, and the councilman of the branch, Víctor Balsas, visited this infrastructure, which presented a considerable state of deterioration, in order to know first-hand the status and development of the same, which will last for several weeks , presumably, until the end of this month.
Precisely, the Department closed to the public a few weeks ago, temporarily, the children's play area in order to proceed with the work of dismantling the infrastructure, so that this closure will be extended during the time that the works are developed.
The works of rehabilitation of the playground area of â€‹â€‹the park are being executed by the commercial "Wondergrass, SL", for the total price of 81,070 euros, of which the Autonomous Community subsidizes 74,500 euros of the total of the work.
In addition, as reported by the council, the project includes numerous improvements such as the public lighting of the site and the placement of more games added to those already existing before, among others.
The municipal officials have shown their satisfaction for the rehabilitation of a recreational space that is the most central, crowded and ample of the existing parks and gardens of the urban area, making necessary its adaptation that will benefit the users of this town.
The councilman has made a balance of the actions that have been undertaken in these more than two and a half years in the area of â€‹â€‹parks and gardens, in which the "Diego Manzano" has been rehabilitated in the High Age, has been conditioned the "Tierno Galván" and "La Cárcel", a new one has been built in Triptolemos and many other actions have been undertaken in order to adapt them to community regulations.