Earlier in the week, the Regional Authority of Crete announced it approved Apokoronas plans for the improvement of the Vryses – Georgioupolis road. The work will be funded from the Region and a budget of € 850K has been set aside for the project.
The agreement was signed at a meeting between the regional Governor and Apokoronas mayor Koukianakis in Apokoronas
During the meeting, there were discussions on the progress of the sewage treatment plant in Georgioupolis – expected to come online next year – and the technical report for the water network improvement, supported by a further €148K of regional funds.
The regional governor also approved the study for the creation of
10 circular walking paths with a total length of 120 km in Apokoronas. These will be developed in cooperation with Paths of Greece at an estimated cost of €238K.
Apokoronas mayor Koukianakis, in a statement, thanked the regional governor for the good long term working relationship and his help with funding significant projects in Apokoronas over the years. Mr Koukianakis stressed the importance of all the newly announced projects for the development of the municipality as a major tourist destination in Crete.