17nov17--4am MT, Thanks first to the hosts of this 'live cam'. Next to the uploaders of captures to the 'photos' library. Several names I've seen many times, Darling *cough*
Rain water ( that is now ) flowing out to sea is part of government ect ect eeps ;-x
The collection of rain water I think was the point being made by JCC
That is not what you said is it, I think you should read your message below my last one again where you said <quote> Rain water flowing out to sea is part of the government plans to save water <unquote>
Rain water can be saved by directing the flow in storm drains that are connected to the reservoirs. They replace natural streams and rivers that Malta has not got. One can be seen by the edge of the new pavement layout. The civil engineer is busy with his theodolite marking the planned roadway this morning.
How can you save the water if it is flowing out to sea?
Rain water flowing out to sea is part of government plans to save water. Demand is high due to tourism. A reservoir has been part of this project. It has been connected to a lower one down the hill. One can see one of the piped on the L H Side.
Water Retention in Malta !!!!!!!!!!!!
Note the new gulley rain catchment drain on the pavement curve. Much needed for rain water retention.
JCC, it seems it's going to be exactly that, according tohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFpj4dbBugAThe 'finished' sections, like the parvis and the road opposite the kiosk, tend to indicate that the CGI architectural modelling is pretty accurate. Looks like a canny job, but then again,only time will tell.
Seems that will be the future straight through thoroughfare in the square.
JCC try to shut down your system and then restart, this might help to restore the picture.
Still not able to open the picture. Anyone else has that problem?