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Michael Drummond 10:42am Nov 20
HOLA HOLA HOLA ALL YOU GOOD PEOPLE.
I HAVE HOPEFULLY ARRANGED FOR THE POTHOLING MIX TO BE DELIVERED TO THE ROUNDABOUT TODAY THEREFORE WE WILL BE READY TO GO TOMORROW WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 0930HRS. MEET AT THE D7 ROUNDABOUT PLEASE. IF YOU CAN PLEASE BRING A BARROW BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY A SHOVEL. AND WEAR A VIZIVEST PLEASE.
I am hoping that I have ordered the correct mix for the job we are doing, but as an ex RAF Aircraft Avionics Engineer I don’t have much experience of filling in potholes on a hastily built temporary road. I have taken advice from the chap in the builders yard. I am sure that this may have been done differently by others but heh ho – lets go. On the day we will have to be very careful of the cars so anyone not fit for shovelling duties could help with slowing and directing the the traffic.
Thanks in the anticipation of seeing a great big work force.
I have just received a phone call from a mutual friend of Stuart & Lyn Good who tells me that last week someone with a key entered their villa that was being sold and cleared everything including ceiling fans and all the furniture. The new owners discovered the loss when they passed and found the gate open. He has had to drop the price 3,000€ to complete the sale. If you saw someone last week clearing a villa on the farm road last week with a big van please let me know. We all need to keep ours eyes open and if we see something out of the ordinary take down car and van numbers. This happened on C-3 Farm Road.
POTHOLES ON THE DONKEY TRACK
by CHAIRMAN » Nov 16th, ’12, 11:21
We are getting complaints about the potholes on the emergency road (donkey track) from D7.
The Mayor has turned down my request for the council to fill the potholes stating that they must concentrate their money and efforts in getting the rambla crossing and bridge repaired.
Sector D Community Group are willing to fund the purchase of the gravel to fill the potholes. Can Sector C help.
Great news…………BUT……………..they need volunteers to help do the job.
Can you spare a couple of hours early next week. Do you have a vehicle with a towbar. We need 2 drivers to tow our trailers.
We need as many people as possible to get the job done quickly to minimise disrupting traffic.
This is your chance to help yourself and the community.
Ring Mick Drummond on 968 131 971 or 666 863 670, go on do it today.
Leslie Crook 1:12pm Sep 30
It is not yet known how the dustbins collection vehicles will access C and D Sectors for collections. Having driven the temporary road out of D Sector this morning I don’t think it’s suitable for such heavy vehicles.
The dustbins are now getting to the point of overflowing so may I respectfully suggest that we all try and keep our rubbish to a minimum and, where possible, take it with you to deposit in dustbins that are able to be emptied. I apologise to A and B Sectors in advance if your bins get a bit more in but the situation we find ourselves in is a bit unusual.
e: UPDATE ON BRIDGE
Postby lesliethomascrook » Sep 29th, ’12, 15:09
Just got back from the back of D Sector where the temporary road through to El Pareton is being made. Pleased to report that 2 large diggers are working very hard at leveling and preparing the ground for the access road. Lawrence, from Murcia Today, was with me doing a report and he went over to speak with the workmen. He observed over the hill towards the farm, several large lorry with the materials on for the road. Hopefully at this rate we will soon have alternative access off of Camposol.
Postby lesliethomascrook » Sep 29th, ’12, 12:38
Just returned from the bridge with fellow committee member Jóse Navarro. As Steve has reported we spoke with Pepe Gomez, Councillor for foreigners, and Paco Garcia, Deputy Mayor. As has been reported the bridge still cannot be opened to vehicle traffic until it has been checked by the Council Engineers as to it’s safety. Although inconvenient this is obviously a sensible precaution. Paco Gomez advised us that planning work has been in progress since last night to establish a temporary road out of the back of D Sector and through the tomato farm to join up with El Pareton. Jóse and I then went to the area on D Sector and met with another Councillor, the farm manager and a contractor. They said that they already have ” verbal” permission from the farm for the temporary road but will have to get written permission and do all the “Health and Safety” type paperwork to ensure the farm and it’s workers are safe and the farm can continue working. They said that they hope to have the road open on Monday but please remember these things do take time so if it’s not until later in the week please be patient, they are trying their best.
We asked about emergency vehicles and the Councillor said in an emergency and there being no other way in to Camposol they would deploy a helicopter.
Will keep you updated as we receive more news.
The Green Fingers volunteer working parties will recommence on Wednesday 19th September,9am.Meet at Sensol Villas office,the old Masa office.Breakfast will be provided,so volunteers old and new please come along to continue the good work on C Sector.
Don’t worry if you cannot do heavy work,we have jobs everyone can do,from watering plants to planting or weeding.
Make a note in your diaries.
I have to say the calle’s are looking so clean on our sector its a pleasure to drive on and off Camposol and to be able to say I live on C-Sector and we have our street’s cleaned by the Green Fingers Community Maintenance Scheme.
My compliments to the cleaning crew great job you should be proud to say we are the cleaning crew. They have been working 2 mornings a week even through the very hot summer. Please show your support by liking this post.
Mel Jay Lay 8:45am Sep 5
Found: bracelet in the campo, brushed steel type, assuming belongs to fellow dog walker! pls spread the word that I have it!
Green Fingers Summer Dance, tickets are now on sale for a great night out with the BEAGLES at the Golf Club Friday 10th August.
5€ a ticket so please hurry and get yours now.
Please contact Bernard 626 513 842 or John 634 325 427.
You are guaranteed a night of dancing and sing along.
Please do support your gardening group they are working hard to support the community.
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