PLANS to build a sewage plant in Nerja have been sunk once again.
After repeated claims that work would begin “shortly” the Ministry of Environment revealed it was “difficult” to confirm when the scheme would be licensed.
Local government officials have now been panned for their ongoing “lies” with the treatment centre not due for completion until at least 2015.
“Our town can no longer put up with the lies of local and provincial officials of the PSOE.”
An environmental impact survey as well as technical and financial approval are still required before licensing even takes place.
Nerja’s town hall spokesman, Jose Miguel Garcia, said: “Our town can no longer put up with the lies of local and provincial officials of the PSOE.”
The license was expected early last year.
In January 2008, local PSOE leader Angel Ramirez declared that work would begin “shortly”.
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