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Sewer more secure and communicated than ever for a day (29/10/2017)

The municipality of Alcantarilla has opened its doors this Sunday to the XXX Meeting of the Emergency Radio Network REMER-, which brings together amateur radio amateurs from all over the Region who collaborate altruistically with official organizations in emergency situations.

The meeting, which is held every year in a different locality of the Region, has been chaired by the government delegate, Antonio Sánchez-Solís de Querol, the mayor of Alcantarilla, Joaquín Buendía Gómez and the National Coordinator of the Emergency Radio Network ( REMER), Jorge de Castro, as well as the Provincial Coordinator, Francisco Ramos Castillo, along with the Head of the Civil Protection Unit of the Government Delegation, Juan Lorente García, the General Secretary of the Government Delegation, María José Navarro Abellán and the Councilor for Public Safety, Juan Antonio Mata Tamboleo.

The previous meeting was held in the municipality of Yecla last year.

The REMER meeting has been held for 30 years, having as headquarters the different municipalities of the Region, where there are 7 geographically divided zones.

In Spain there are more than 4,000 members and in Murcia about 250. Their main task is to help through communications in emergency situations.

To do this, its members use their transmitting equipment and make it available to the authorities if necessary.

The last REMER action in the Region took place in 2011 due to the Lorca earthquakes.

On that occasion, today's modern digital communications collapsed, having to resort to traditional transmissions.

The REMER was created in the 70s to collaborate with official agencies in emergency situations such as earthquakes, floods, heavy snow or other catastrophes.

After the reception that the mayor of Alcantarilla, Joaquín Buendía, offered to the approximately 150 participants in the assembly hall of the Citizen Participation Center, where they could see some images of our city, the radio amateurs visited one of our jewels, the Ethnological Museum de la Huerta and the old Noria, to go later to visit the company Hero España, one of the most important food companies nationwide located since the beginning of the century in our municipality.

The acts concluded with a meal of brotherhood, previous interventions of the authorities and give way to the official act, with the delivery of the different recognitions to the oldest members of the Network, as well as to the present authorities.

Specifically 13, one with more than 30 years, two with more than 20 years of permanence, three for 10 years of permanence and seven for their 4 years of permanence in the REMER.

Also deserved recognition will be given, the one of "Honorific Member REMER", to José Hernández Pérez, Tango 9, in recognition for his outstanding work and dedication.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Alcantarilla

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