El Ayuntamiento de la Villa de Firgas, está acometiendo las obras de ejecución de alcantarillado en la zona del Pasaje del Monje en la zona del Estanco.
Esta obra está financiada por la Consejería de Gobierno de Cooperación Institucional del Cabildo de Gran Canaria con un importe de 23.000 €. Con esta actuación, se da respuesta a una demanda histórica de los vecinos/as de la zona para contar con una red de saneamiento adecuada, mejorando de esta manera las condiciones medioambientales y sanitarias en dicho núcleo.
Esta obra se une a la que se está realizando en el Pasaje Los Palmitos de Cambalud, para solventar deficiencias en la red de saneamiento de aguas residuales y responde al compromiso del Grupo de Gobierno de ir planteando soluciones a estos servicios básicos para la población.
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For twenty-four hours, he said, no transatlantic airships had arrived, and no more messages were coming from England. He did state, though, that a message from Berlin that’s in Germany announced that Hoffmeyer, a bacteriologist of the Metchnikoff School, had discovered the serum for the plague. That was the last word, to this day, that we of America ever received from Europe. If Hoffmeyer discovered the serum, it was too late.
If Hoffmeyer discovered the serum, it was too late, or otherwise, long ere this, explorers from Europe would have come looking for us. We can only conclude that what happened in America happened in Europe, and that, at the best, some several score may have survived the Scarlet Death.
Hundreds of these airships escaped to Hawaii, and not only did they bring the plague with them, but they found the plague already there before them. This we learned, by the despatches, until all order in San Francisco vanished, and there were no operators left at their posts to receive or send. It was amazing, astounding.
The two halted, the nearer to us standing and facing Sunbury, a grey indistinctness towards the evening star.
– James Doeh
I was telling about the airships of the rich. They carried the plague with them and no matter where they fled, they died. I never encountered but one survivor of any of them Mungerson. He was afterwards a Santa Rosan, and he married my eldest daughter. He came into the tribe eight years after the plague. He was then nineteen years old, and he was compelled to wait twelve years more before he could marry.