| The Deputy Mayor of the Treasury, Ginés Campillo, recommends processing them through the consultancies but they can also be requested on the web mazarron.es | On Monday the deadline to request aid for SMEs and self-employed in the municipality that had to close during the State of Alarm opens, which saw their turnover reduced by 75% in that period, as announced by the Deputy Mayor of the Treasury, Ginés Campillo.
The mayor has declared that "we have everything ready to start the process that must be carried out electronically." For this reason, Ginés Campillo has recommended to the interested parties that "they process the requests through their managers and their advisors, so that it is much more agile" and has also announced that "a work team has been created exclusively dedicated to solving little gradually and quickly the files that we receive from grant applications so that in the remainder of the year 100% of the applications are made effective ". Establishments closed during the State of Alarm may request 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. "The deadline for submitting applications is 30 days", highlighted the head of the Treasury, who added that "the application can also be processed through the municipal website mazarron.es in the banner entitled 'Covid Help' enabled in the cover page".
In this same section, a manual has been enabled that explains how to submit applications for those who may have any questions in this regard. Ginés Campillo has once again remarked "the effort that this million euros represents for the City Council that come from different items of the municipal budget this year" and recalled that "it is about direct aid that does not have to be returned and that will help the businesses, SMEs and the self-employed in the municipality at a time of difficulty, that is why the City Council is taking this important step forward with this initiative ".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón