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Francisco Garcia, new mayor of Mazarrón (12/06/2014)

Francisco Garcia was yesterday elected as the new Mayor of Mazarrón for a special plenary session held just three years after that in which the current government joined forces to defend the interests of its citizens and Mazarrón.

As foreseen in the agreement reached by the government team after the municipal elections, García was elected with 13 votes in favor as new municipal councilor following the resignation of Ginés Campillo, who now becomes Deputy Mayor for Planning.

Following his election, Francisco Garcia promised his office and made a speech in which he announced major social measures.

But before this, the new mayor said "tomorrow morning when I get into office, the first phone call that I will be the President of the Autonomous Community of Murcia, Alberto Garre. Going to ask for an urgent meeting in that will raise the plight of the village and we are suffering intolerable discrimination in many respects, but especially in public investment, and I will demand justice and fairness in the allocation of public funds. "

But the highlight mayor's speech was the announcement of important social measures García undertake its mandate.

Measures that "will target the most disadvantaged and low-income families, pensioners, pensioners with minimum pensions, unemployment, etc. Among them, establish a Basic Social Income to help families of the village who do not receive any income" Garcia, who added that "for those households earning less than 800 euros per month, and with respect to which constitutes his residence, will be reduced fare Water and Sewer and grant receipt payment of IBI indicated that for this year 2014 be 25% of the quota. "

The mayor also announced measures aimed at families with school-age children "by providing a budget of 50,000 euros to award grants for the purchase of books and materials, school meals and to perform extracurricular activities and sports."

In this sense, García announced that "in addition, to solicit CARM opening of school meals during the summer to meet the nutritional needs of children from poor families."

College students can also get "50 scholarships aid study of 1,000 euros each," and "the establishment of a cooperative housing for young couples living in the city" was encouraged.

Garcia also announced that he will fight to improve public services in Camposol, such as street lighting or the entire water cycle;

greater energy efficiency, achieving an urban public transportation to "provide service conditions" and transparent management of public funds "to be published every quarter, data on the movements of expenditure and revenue of the City."

Other measures announced were "having an industrial estate in which to settle numerous businesses that create jobs, maintain the quality of street cleaning and solid waste collection and continue to make replacement of infrastructure works that are running small businesses our municipality. "

Finally, Francisco Garcia also referred to the rate of garbage because "as well remember, in the election campaign I undertook to suppress the rate of Garbage" and although "it is true that with the imposition of Exchequer Plan Set assumes that still can not be eliminated entirely, "the new mayor said that" we will make a great effort to suppress this rate progressively, starting to remove the groups hardest hit by the crisis. "

In ete sense, García announced that "from the first bimetsre 2015, shall be exempted from payment of pensioners, unemployed, and families who do not receive income above 800 euros compared to housing that constitutes habitual residence. Moreover, the rate is reduced half of the small and medium business and the bars and cafes that remain open all year, "he said.

During his speech, Francisco Garcia also expressed his gratitude to the 3,399 voters who cast their vote and their confidence in the PSOE in the last municipal elections, David Fernandez and United Left Party Representative José Gomez de Mazarrón (Parema) by " their work, honesty and commitment and covenant loyalty "to the Independent Union of Mazarrón (UIDM) for" his work and his strength "and, especially, for Ginés Campillo" for your work in front of City Hall during the last three years since the Mazarrón today is "manifestly better than we are in 2011." Meanwhile, Campillo said, after resigning mayor, who "come to keep our word," adding that "we have given a good lesson policy with capital ", thanking all who have helped and stressing that" 3 years have been human quality opening the doors of City Hall, in the case everyone equally. "

At the end of the plenary session, which also took over as the new councilor Parema, Ismael Gómez;

gave attendees Congratulations Francisco García.

These, along with family and friends, the general secretary of PSRM-PSOE, Rafael González Tovar, a spokesman for the Socialist Group in the Regional Assembly, Begoña García Retegui Beniel mayors, Roberto García, Calasparra, Jesus Navarro were, and Lorquí, Joaquín Hernández;

and other politicians as Casalduero Isabel, Manuel Lopez Soler and Presentation, organization secretariat PSRM.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón

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