Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Arona beaches return to priority concern under new mayor

New mayor Mena has already made his presence felt by banning two-wheeled electric scooters and bikes from promenades and pedestrian areas, a situation that was giving rise to numerous daily complaints, and now he is turning his attention to another – the lifeguards. Mena has announced that after three years under the old regime where there was no firm contract for lifeguard services on the Arona coastline, the council considers it essential to recover the prestige of its beaches, and of course, it’s blue flags.

Arona beaches return to priority concern under new mayor

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