The Local Government approved during its last two sessions on important agreements that have been given today shared by the first deputy mayor, Francisco Garcia.
These remarkable extinction of the usufruct constituted in favor of the association "Cultural Association Mazarrón" on the first floor of the landmark Casino building located in the Town Hall.
Garcia stated that "now that the building is completely Hall, we will get on it to see what state the property and to make a comprehensive evaluation."
The idea is that once the report on your state, you can study the technical and economic solutions to carry out restoration.
Also, the Local Government Board has approved two proposals for university students in Nancy (France) and the training "Elementary Bussiness Finance" can make training practices at City Hall.
The first proposal is practical agreement, while the second is a private agreement for educational cooperation.
It has also been awarded the supply under a lease-purchase of three vehicles, Seat Altea brand to the local police in Mazarron.
It has also been granted the use of a plot to Iberdrola in the Media League to place a transformer that provides electricity to light and sports equipment and facilities of the Sports City, in Planning, it should be noted that the program has finally approved urban action for the industrial park "The Pond".
In this way the session is working hard to be putting order in urban planning in the municipality.
Finally, Francisco Garcia explained that the proposal has taken the jury to award the service control and security guard of the exhibition spaces of the municipality.
Prior to launch this service and exceptionally, the Council has made an effort to make the Roman Factory Salt, the Interpretation Centre and the Tower Phoenician ship of Horses may be open on Saturday 17 October to 13 hours, Sunday October 18 to 13 hours and 17 to 20 hours and Monday 19-festive San Jose, also 10 to 13 hours, betting and by culture and tourism with the arrival of visitors because of the festivities of the Port.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón