Citizens will become a mediator between administrations and parties in order to unlock the painful situation in which the RM-B30 road is located, the road that connects the moratallera district of Benizar with the rest of the road network.
The orange deputy Valle Miguélez has held a meeting with the president of the Association of Neighbors, Ana Rosa Moreno, and other neighborhood representatives, in which she has conveyed her intention to âremedy a situation that poses a risk to the more than 1,200 inhabitants of the district and its population centers, such as Otos or Mazuza â.
The RM-B30 is a third level road, which has a three-kilometer stretch that enters the province of Albacete and is therefore under the responsibility of the Manchego municipality of Socovos.
âWe have verified that this section is very degraded, which represents a risk for all the inhabitants of the area, especially children and young people who move to study or work,â and that it also has delays in moving to the patients to the reference hospitals, Miguélez said.
The intention of Citizens is to obtain an agreement for the integral arrangement of RM-B30, including the Albacete section, so it has committed with the neighbors to apply a roadmap that will include a meeting with the socialist mayor of Socovos and the own Board of Communities of Castilla-La Mancha, as well as with the General Directorate of Carretras of the regional coalition Government.
"The objective is clear, it remains to be defined how we managed to achieve it, and we believe that a first step would be to change the ownership of these three kilometers to the Board, in order to sign in line following an agreement with the regional government," he explained Miguélez.
That agreement would be the instrument through which to provide funds âthe arrangement of both that section and the rest of the way, vital for the connection of nuclei such as Ontos or Mazuza,â added the liberal deputy.
"We are going to talk to everyone and act as mediators, in order to unlock a situation that mostly affects the residents' own safety," he concluded.
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia