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Extension at sea: Government meets merchants of Larvotto

Extension at sea: Government meets merchants of Larvotto

By Staff Writer - April 17, 2018

With the approach of the summer season, Ministers Marie-Pierre Gramaglia and Jean Castellini on the morning of Tuesday, April 17, met the traders in Larvotto to discuss with them various topics of interest concerning the Portier Cove land extension project.

Topics included the work schedule for the project, the monitoring of water quality at the popular beach and future renovation work.

“These meetings are always very useful. They offer members of the Government the opportunity to interact directly with those who offer services at the beach at Larvotto, which is a major centre of summer activity in the Principality,” said Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and Economy.

Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, who holds the portfolio for Infrastructure, added: “It was important to remind the merchants of Larvotto that the state is attentive to the smooth running of the extension works at sea and rigorously controls the bathing water, the quality of which must be optimal.”

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