Dénia boasts of seeking a quality tourism, promotes large events to promote trade in the center of the city, but then forgets other equally centric places that present a sorry state. Adriana sends us this message, outraged by the situation that exists in the street of her business, Calderón Street:
Estamos en la Calle Calderon, behind the pharmacy Ferreres, next to the Red Cross, the Social Center of the Tourist Office, come on, a busy street of Denia by tourists.
This street gives ASCO, pissing and pooping * of dogs, accumulated dirt from traffic, people throwing cigarette butts, papers, ice cream wrappers ... NOT A PAPER, to finish off is the facade of the building at the end of Marqués de Campo , that one that makes corner, that so done dust that all the tourists see ... that one day it will kill somebody because it filters water when it rains and pieces of the facade fall down ... It is only necessary to happen through the street to realize of what you bet.
We have our small family business since May 2001, a paying municipal taxes religiously, and we have not seen a street sweeper 12 years in business. Sorry, I exaggerate: One day we saw that there was no car parked and was the limpiacalles cart, giving awareness, we were very happy. When finished cleaning, we parked the bus VOLVO OCEAN RACE throughout our window. Oh! What a surprise! Well, we thought that at least attract people there.
But the street gives so much pain that even with those they stayed after the council command them someone to clean their street as if a private service is involved, changed location and placed in front of La Caixa, in the beautiful piece and cobblestones.
The next time I saw someone going green and no fining, was the day of the first entry of bulls parties Denia 2013. I felt like kissing the street sweeper, but then said it was exceptional service, and took away all desire.
Nobody listens to my messages, or read my emails at City Hall, I hope someone reads this and displaying at least a certain street Calderon. I do not know which famous Calderon dedicated it, but surely he had mania.