As every year, the City Council of Motril intensifies surveillance of beaches at the beginning of summer and will ensure that vehicles don't park in prohibited areas. This prevents road collapse and allows access to the beach. After the weekend's barrage of sanctions, the Citizen Security area reminds residents that their vehicles must be left in regular parking areas or in parking bags. Twenty drivers were fined 200 Euros for parking on the dirt road leading to Playa Granada.
Mara Escamez (Councilor for Security) says that the most number of fines this weekend were issued in the same area. There are three signs warning that parking is not allowed there.
"Drivers want to find parking, and they are driven to do so because they don't want to leave their car anywhere. He explains that summer has more parking spaces than usual, but it is not possible to park on sidewalks, pedestrian crossings, or pedestrian crossings.
Escamez claims that the current bathing season is running smoothly. To ensure safety, the consistory currently has 90 agents. Four more will be added to this July. The troops will guard the beaches and prevent large-sized bottles from being produced in the area of urbanizations. This problem has been virtually eradicated in the city, but it is still a problem.
Motril must increase her troops to 100 to achieve the stated ratio. The councilor says that she will continue to work on this with the request for more places. She will also respond to all other demands.