| The Deputy Mayor of the Treasury, Ginés Campillo, hopes that the call will take effect this week with its publication in the BORM, opening a period of 30 days to submit applications | The Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations has approved the million euros in direct aid that the Mazarrón City Council will allocate to SMEs and freelancers who were unable to carry out their activity during the State of Alarm due to Covid19 or who saw their billing reduced by 75% as announced by the Deputy Mayor of the Treasury, Ginés Campillo. Campillo explained that "the call passed by urgency during the Local Government Board last Friday after receiving the approval of the Ministry on Thursday and this week it will be published in the National Subsidies Database and in the Official Gazette of the Region of Murcia, Since then a period of 30 days has been opened for your request.
" The head of the Treasury expects this call in the BORM to take effect in the next few days and that "next week the applications may begin to be submitted" for which he recommended to the interested parties "that they carry out the procedures through their consultancies, so that the process is much more agile and more effective.
" Ginés Campillo recalled that "these are direct non-refundable grants that do not have to be repaid and represent an important effort on the part of the City Council, since that million euros destined for businesses in the municipality come from the municipal budget this year." Specifically, establishments closed during the State of Alarm will obtain an initial aid of 1,500 euros, to which 750 euros may be added if they have up to 9 workers or 1,500 euros if they have between 10 and 49 workers.
In the case of those with a 75% reduction in turnover, they will have an initial aid of 1,000 euros, to which 750 euros will be added if they have up to 9 workers and 1,500 euros if they are between 10 and 49 workers.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón