Wednesday, December 6, 2023, 10:51 p.m.
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The Pájara City Council has launched the remodeling works of the Ermita de San Miguel square and its surroundings, in Morro Jable. The project aims to improve the accessibility, sustainability and urban image of the tourist area, on an area of more than 3,500 square meters and with an investment of more than 815,000 euros.
The public lighting installation will be improved, homogenizing the light points, using ones with less light pollution, complementing the high point installations with others of medium height.
“We started the works after having agreed with the hotels in the area,” according to the head of the Department of Works, Alexis Alonso.
The action seeks an open, visible and safe environment, with greater amplitude. The pedestrian route on the southern edge of Avenida de Jandía will be completed. The work will be carried out in sections so that the least inconvenience is caused to the residents and businesses in the area, explained the mayor, Alejandro Jorge.
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