| The vice president announces the creation of a joint work table of the IMAS and the municipal Corporation to evaluate the economic cost of each of the proposals that do | The vice president and counselor for Women, Equality, LGTBI, Families and Social Policy, Isabel Franco, announced today in Mazarrón that her department is studying possible shared uses with the city council of the town of El Peñasco vacation residence, owned by the Murcian Institute of Social Action (IMAS), whose facilities were used during the confinement to welcome a hundred homeless people."We are going to try to make the facilities of El Peñasco have an impact on the quality of life of the citizens of Mazarrón," said the vice president, while also advancing the creation of a joint work table, made up of technicians and authorities from IMAS and the municipal Corporation, to know what possible uses and what economic cost will have each of the proposals that are made.
In addition, it will study what type of collaboration can be established between both institutions.The El Peñasco residence is located in the Port of Mazarrón and last summer it welcomed 615 elderly or disabled people, who spent an average of 4.7 days in its facilities, between the months of July and September.Exactly a year ago, users of the public centers Luis Valenciano and Julio López Ambit and of entities agreed with the Ministry such as the Diagrama Foundation, Aspajvania, Aidemar, Afesmo, the Hogar de Menores Leyva, Grupo Scout El Ranero, spent their vacations in El Peñasco.
Fedas or the Scout Federation of Explorers of Murcia.The vice president of the regional government was accompanied on her visit by the mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, and other representatives of the municipal Corporation such as councilors María Isabel Vivancos and Soledad Muñoz.
The managing director of IMAS, Raquel Cancela, and the general director of Social Services and Relations with the Third Sector, José López Mellado, also attended the visit.