Human Resources Management Plan The Plenary of the San Javier City Council, which today held its first face-to-face session since the start of the pandemic, approved the Human Resources Management Plan, which aims to lower the temporary employment rate, which currently exceeds the 49 percent, as explained by the Councilor for Personnel, Antonio Martínez.
The Plan, which was approved by all the municipal political groups with the abstention of the Mixed Group, has been negotiated and agreed for six months with the union sections at the Common General Table of Negotiation, explained the mayor, who pointed out the need to solve this problem of urgent way.Antonio Martínez explained that the approved Plan includes the criteria to subsequently develop the bases of each of the vacant positions and noted that it has been done following the terms established in the General State Budget Law for 2018, which include the free opposition contest as selective medium. The City Council joins the Networks of Cities for Climate and Local Government + Biodiversity Among other issues, the Plenary approved today, with the favorable votes of all political groups except Vox, which voted against, to join the Spanish Network of Cities for Climate as well as the Network of Local Governments + Biodiversity, both promoted by the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP), whose environment commission is chaired by the mayor of San Javier, José Miguel Luengo.
The Councilor for the Environment, Antonio Martinez presented the two proposals as instruments of coordination and cooperation between local entities to face the fight against climate change and the conservation and increase of biodeversity, among other objectives. In the case of the Spanish Network of Cities for Climate, of which more than 300 local entities are already part, the accession agreement commits the San Javier City Council to develop a set of actions such as an Action Plan or Local Strategy that includes measures in the fields of energy, mobility, waste management, building and urban planning in order to progressively reduce the emission of greenhouse gases in the municipality. Joining the Network of Local Governments + Biodiversity will serve as technical support to promote local sustainable development policies in specific areas such as flora, fauna, habitats, the water environment, public awareness and biodeversity as an engine of economic momentum.
The agreement includes an institutional declaration by the Mayor, the appointment of a political representative and another technician to participate in the working groups, and the creation of a technical commission to follow up on policies for the protection and conservation of biodiversity where all the councilors involved. Mar Menor bike path The plenary unanimously approved of all the municipal political groups a motion presented by the group Ciudadanos-C's in which the Government of the Region of Murcia is urged so that through the Ministry of Tourism, Youth and Sport, they prepare a draft all the bicycle lanes of the Mar Menor in collaboration with the riverside municipalities.
The spokesman for Ciudadanos-C's, Víctor Pérez explained that it is about giving added value to the Mar Menor with an itinerary of its own bicycle lane with which the practice of outdoor sports especially appropriate at this time would be promoted.
The popular spokesman, Antonio Martínez recalled that the government team has entered a game to repair bike lanes in the municipality, where there are already 31 cyclable kilometers,and the next expansion from the sports center to Plaza de la Cruz, which will join the roundabout of the Local Police. Motion to defend the Spanish legacy in America Another issue approved by today's plenary session was a motion presented by Vox in which the Spanish legacy in America, the culture, language, and Spanish heroes are claimed, in addition to condemning the acts of hispanophobia against the Spanish heritage in Latin America.
The motion, supported by the Popular and Ciudadanos-C's groups, with the abstention of the Socialist group and the vote against the Mixed group, is based on the attacks on historical monuments that have taken place in the United States in recent weeks, during the protests against racism, and other American countries. Other issues The Plenary, which agreed as local festivities for 2021 on February 2 Wednesday, San Blas day, and December 3, Friday, San Francisco Javier day, did not approve a motion presented by the Socialist group in which the Government of the Region of Murcia to reiterate the notification of the expiration of the Puerto Mayor project and urge the dismantling of everything executed.
The motion was supported by Ciudadanos-C's and Mixed group.
The Popular group that voted against, recalled through its spokesperson that the Government of the Region has already restarted the expiration process of Puerto Mayor.
Despite the mayor, José Miguel Luengo took the opportunity to highlight that although it is an obsolete project, the government team defends a new one with a small port, which would prevent the entry to the Mar Menor of ships with great draft,with a green area of ??200,000 square meters and without residential buildings, "which are neither necessary nor contemplated in the new General Urban Planning Plan" that would only allow construction for the provision of services in the absence of available land in La Manga.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier