The Plenary of the City Council of San Javier will urge the Government of Spain to start the tender for the urbanization works of the "Julio Ruiz de Alda" neighborhood, known as Ciudad del Aire, in Santiago de la Ribera, after approving today unanimously a motion presented by the popular group to speed up the works prior to the reception of the colony by the City Council and the alienation of the homes by the Ministry of Defense. The motion, which will be transferred to the Council of Ministers, recalls that the works that will involve an investment of € 18,215,991 would contribute to boosting the economy in the current crisis period generated by COVID-19 through public procurement, in addition to providing a solution to the state of deterioration of the residential colony owned by the Ministry of Defense located on the first line of the Mar Menor The mayor of San Javier, José Miguel Luengo recalled that the current budget of the Government of Spain includes the necessary amount for the works to be carried out by the Ministry of Defense and which has a municipal license "for what we believe is a good occasion to insist on the urgency of some works that will act as a shock in the area through the urban, environmental and social regeneration of this enclave. The urbanization works, which would have an execution period of 24 months, will involve the renovation of the infrastructures before their transfer to the City Council and their inclusion in the municipal urban framework, to ensure the provision of drinking water supply, sanitation and purification wastewater, rainwater separative conduction network, electrification network and public lighting with its electrical transformation centers and telecommunications network. Likewise, the plan of subdivision of the area of ??action includes the compulsory transfers of 22,216 m² of green areas and infrastructures, 89,417.48 m 2 of roads and parking lots and 23,571.06 m² of equipment that become public property of the City of San Javier.
The building license granted by the City Council in November 2018 includes the need to regularize the discharge of rainwater into the Mar Menor through the emissaries that collect rainwater from the neighborhood, which will include the construction of an environmental tank with four collectors that will allow the separate collection and corresponding treatment of rainwater, financed by the ERDF Operational Program through an agreement between the Government of the Region of Murcia and the City of San Javier. Motion on the management of the Minimum Vital Income The plenary session held today also approved a motion presented by the councilor for Social Rights, Estíbaliz Masegosa on the management of the Minimum Vital Income, in which the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration is urged to "create a new fund that allows municipalities that they agree with the National Institute of Social Security, attend to the management of this state benefit in an appropriate way and without jeopardizing the processing of social aid already existing in them ".
The motion, which was approved with the votes in favor of the Popular group and VOX, the abstention of Ciudadanos-C's and the Mixed group and the vote against the Socialist group, also requests "the urgent dispatch of the draft of the agreement that the municipalities would have to sign to manage this aid in order to analyze the economic, legal and management implications that the aforementioned agreement would entail to assess whether the local entity can assume the management or it remains in the National Institute of Social Security ". Motion in defense of municipal savings to face the crisis The Ciudadanos-C's group presented a motion, which was approved with the votes of the Popular and Vox groups and the abstention of the PSOE and the Mixed Group, to urge the Government of Spain to modify the Budget Stability and Financial Sustainability law so that the rule expenditure allows Public Administrations to address the current economic and social crisis generated by the pandemic.
The motion also asks for a written commitment to the Government of Spain "so that it does not subtract the accumulated surplus from the Spanish municipalities, so that they can be used for measures aimed at helping the local economy, both families and the companies". Motion for the rainbow flag to fly at City Hall on June 28 The Plenary approved a fourth motion in its session today presented by the Socialist group so that next June 28 the rainbow flag "symbol of freedom and vindication of the Rights of LGTBI people flies on the balcony of the City Council, on the website and the municipal social networks as a sign of determined support and respect for all the neighbors.
" The motion that was approved with the votes in favor of the Socialist groups, Ciudadanos-C's and the Mixed group, the abstention of the Popular group and the refusal of Vox, includes the establishment of relations with the various groups or LGTBI people in the municipality to encourage talks and recreational or cultural actions.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier