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Librilla asks the Government Delegate to demand before the Ministry of Development the placement of the acoustic barriers on the section of the A7, as contemplated by the Third Track Project (01/12/2018)

The latest information that point to the current Ministry of Public Works plans to stop the road plan in the face of the risk of a high cost to the State, has been the straw that has filled a glass since 1996 filled with the patience of some neighbors that support, for 24 hours, noise pollution levels well above those allowed by current legislation.

The Plenary of the Municipal Corporation, approved last November 29 unanimously a motion in which the Ministry of Development was required to place the acoustic screens that are contemplated in the Project for the expansion of the third lane, as was reflected in the Resolution of the Ministry of Public Works approving the public information file and finally the Draft Project "Autovía A-7 Extension to third lane by road between the PPKK 627 + 300 and 650 + 600, Alhama de Murcia-Enlace section de Alcantarilla "of November 22, 2017, notified to this City Council.

The municipality of Librilla, both institutionally and at a particular level of the neighbors, has been asking the Ministry of Public Works for decades, through its Highway Demarcation in Murcia, to place acoustic barriers along the aforementioned section of the aforementioned highway. that eliminate or, at least, reduce the acoustic impact caused by constant traffic throughout the day, and even the night, very intense at certain times of the day, which prevents rest to the neighbors who have their residences close to said highway;

good proof of this are the numerous registers of petitions and Plenary agreements of this City Council that will find this Demarcation of Roads and that date from 1996 and present.

Petition that, we must state, has been repeatedly denied to date, indicating that they would be contemplated in the future Project expansion to the third lane.

That is why, even having been contemplated and approved, including the change of typology in the same requested by this City Council in the allegations made on September 19, 2017, we are today with news in the press in which they point to that the "Ministry of Development slows down the road plan in the face of the risk of a high cost for the State" (Publication of the "Cinco Días" Economic Daily of November 5, 2018)

"Before the slightest sign of doubt of the possible stoppage of the Project, the Plenary of the Municipal Corporation requires the Ministry of Development, as well as the Demarcation of Roads of the State that complies with the obligation to place the Acoustic Screens throughout the stretch urban of Librilla, as it should have been done at the time of the construction of the highway and solve, once and for all, the unsustainable situation that the residents of this municipality have been suffering "

In addition, we must remember that the Socialist Parliamentary Group in the Regional Assembly, promoted a Motion within the framework of the Commission of Territorial Policy, Environment, Agriculture and Water of the Regional Assembly held on April 16, 2017 in which "they claimed to the Ministry of Public Works that installs acoustic screens and reasfalte with an anti-noise agglomerate the A-7 motorway as it passes through Librilla ", an agreement that was unanimously endorsed.

So, from this City Council is requested the Government Delegate and Secretary General of the PSRM, with even more force if possible, to show their coherence, and meet this requirement before the Government of the Nation, now that it is in socialist hands.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Librilla

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