Social Services on Inca town council have set up new jardinières along some streets in the town to improve the overall image and make residential areas more attractive. One of the areas singled out for the project is Calle Sant Sebastià where the Mayor of Inca was putting the finishing touches yesterday. However, the embellishment has not come totally free of charge as a prior agreement with residents has been necessary. The town council provides the pots and the plants but the neighbours must agree to water them and generally keep an eye on them. Forty five jardinières have been set up at a cost of 4'000 euros.
Public pot plants only for residents who water them
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