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This morning, after the approval of the court, we proceeded to access the 'Yellow House' (22/03/2011)

On 15 March, the Administrative Court of Murcia City Council authorized the entry to the building located in Plaza de la Constitución No. 2, known as the 'Yellow House' to continue with the work of securing the facade, as confirmed by Mayor Francisco Abellán Jumilla.

The local authority had to file a complaint with the denial, by the owners, of letting the property.

In the car indicated "authorize the municipality of Jumilla at the entrance to this building in order to proceed with the implementation subsidiary of the installation of a structure to stabilize the front, to prevent collapse to avoid both physical damage and personal ".

Access to this housing has occurred this morning, with the presence of the company, the director of the work, city officials, local police and the First Deputy Mayor Jesus Sanchez.

He has also attended some of the locals affected by this situation that creeps about two years.

Sanchez has stated that it "has accessed the site and have seen how to enter, which is possibly through a window, and once you access to housing will proceed to perform the stabilization of the facade on the inside and placement of the necessary structures. "

The deputy has said that "thus giving effect to what the judge authorized at the time."

He also noted that "then what will be done, by the municipality, is trying to accelerate the whole process of stabilization and the tunnel, following the law, ensuring the safety of the residents and property, and in brief dates will remove the so-called 'yard' or fence wall to leave this area free for the enjoyment of all. "

Once assured of their safety, the following actions correspond to the Directorate General of the Autonomous Communities, as a well cataloged, and ask the owners responsibilities and also claim the cost of such work done by the City "because owners are the ones they should maintain your home in perfect condition. "

For his part, one of the residents of the area and affected by this situation, Manuel Gea has welcomed this action, dismissing as "historic day for us since we have been about two years locked in our street, plus all residents of the surrounding streets, the park closed, and the museum, so it is a social problem. "

Gea lamented that "this family has not been sensitive to the neighbors, regardless of political issues, had to have a prefix to any other situation, to have an abandoned house many years and the damage it has caused everyone, I hope that some day give us an explanation, "said the neighbor.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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