The most read stories in the 19 24 Dénia.com of December

25 December 2016 - 00: 00

The storm of wind and rain at the beginning of the week and everything related to it, was the most followed by the readers. Another of the news that has had the most impact was the tender of the provisional bus station.

1.Aemet decrees the red alert throughout the region

Aemet Monday ordered the hydrological alert for danger all municipalities overflow of rivers Girona and Gorgos.

Racons river overgrown by rain

2.The AEMET maintains the rain alert until Tuesday

The State Meteorological Agency increased the alert time rains in the Marina Alta. Despite wait since Friday, the rain fell sharply until Sunday and Monday, when he was the main attraction with the wind.

Entrador of Llobell

3.Sale the tender of the new bus station with a budget of 257.398 euros

The Department of Housing, Public Works and Territorial Structuring out to tender the provisional Dénia bus station with a budget of EUR 257.398.

Bus station in José Moncho

4.Dénia collects a rainfall of 30 liters per square meter until 17 hours

According to the Valencian Association of Meteorology (AVAMET) in Dénia 30 liters of rain per square meter they were collected until 17 hours of Monday. In the capital of the Marina Alta region, the rain stopped falling with some intensity from noon, with the wind that caused more havoc.

Trampoli area in Les Rotes

5.It is proposed to declare Loreto Street as an Acoustically Saturated Zone

La Loreto street It will be declared Acoustically Saturated Zone (ZAS) by the Ajuntament de Dénia, in the plenary session that will be held next week, as announced, Josep Crespo, Mayor of the Environment and Climate Change. The emergence of numerous dining and entertainment in recent years has made it difficult to combine rest and daily life of residents in this area.

Loreto Street in Dénia

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