The City Council of Mijas is already preparing the beach season for next year 2023for which he has received this Monday new equipment in charge of the joint investment plan implemented by the Commonwealth of Municipalities of the western Costa del Sol, allocating an endowment of more than 280,000 eurosas reported by the mayor, Josele González.

The alderman highlighted in the presentation of the plan in the municipality, in which he was accompanied by the Councilor for Beaches, José Carlos Martín, and the president of the Association of Western Costa del Sol, José Antonio Mena, that “Mijas has been one of the first municipalities to receive the materialwhich testifies to good joint work that we have done between the City Council and the commonwealth”.

“After the high season of beaches, with a very positive balance of the service that we have lent, we are already preparing for the following season”, declared González, who indicated that through the “joint investment plan we have received a endowment that includes modules and chairs for the lifeguard service, toilets, showers or a tractor, precisely to continue improving the infrastructures that we have available to our coastline”.

For amount of more than 280,000 eurosthe coast of Mijas will have five new showers, two of them adapted, two other rescue and lifeguard modules, a watchtower, four surveillance chairs, an adapted toilet and three for men and women, as well as a tractor for beach cleaning and maintenance.

For his part, Martín stressed that “this equipment is added to the means we have for the maintenance and upkeep of our beaches”, whose work is carried out in “winter” and “that is when we will strive to have our coastline in perfect condition for the next season”.

“The idea is to renew all the equipment of our beaches, first because it is many years old, and second because we are going looking for that improvement both in the quality of the materials and in the change of image and sustainability for the future”, he added.

This bet on improve the infrastructure of Mijas beaches has the support of the joint investment plan which, as Mena has pointed out, “is intended for tourist activities” and “represents some 10 million euros, of which one million corresponded to the Mijas Town Hallwhich opted for part of that investment to be allocated to its beaches”.

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