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Valencia Mayoress Rita Barbera yesterday stated that she was disposed to negotiate the relocation of the electricity sub station in the Patraix area of the City. She also stated that she was very interested in receiving a report into exactly what caused the explosion at the plant last May 15, adding that no one in authority in either the Interior Ministry or the Electricity Power Grid had given  any sort of reasonable explanation as to what went on.


Author: Valencia Life
Created: 2007-05-31 08:22:44 | Updated: 2007-05-31 08:22:44

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