The PSOE has accused Sewer City of committing "gross negligence" after losing a subsidy of 105,000 euros for the Autonomous Region for the construction project of the Centre for Citizen Participation.
This building is part of the Integrated Park Raceway, which the Government of Spain has allocated 3 million euros from the ERDF.
The Municipal Socialist Party spokesman, Pedro Marin, demanded an explanation from the Town Planning for this, and has accused the Consistory tosher of "seriously jeopardize the 3 million euros from the European Development Funds (ERDF)."
And, the City Council requested the Autonomous Region a grant of 105,000 euros, for the construction of a Centre for Citizen Participation.
The City Council has not submitted the paperwork on time and the Autonomous Community has now been published in the BORM the refusal of the grant for this reason.
The City Council threatens 3 million of European Funds
Pedro Marin has described as "gross negligence", which at the height of crisis miss a subsidy of 105,000 euros, but "what we believe is that the PP is seriously torpedoing the project to which it belongs, funded by the Ministry of Administration and European Union. "
And is that the Government of Spain granted a subsidy Sewer 3 million euros from the European Development Funds (ERDF) for the rehabilitation of the garden of Sewer and their integration into the urban environment.
"It's a project I've worked all but one within the PP it is torpedoing letting out subsidies, and I'll find out who he is."
The draft Integrated Park Raceway has a lead time of 3 years, "and if they are not able to take it forward to going to demand accountability at the highest level: the finance council and the mayor," said Peter Marin, who also warned the Councillor for Planning, Mercedes Hernandez: "I do not consider you unable to take this project forward, but the loss of 3 million euros of ERDF can be a great spot for your career."
Source: PSOE de Alcantarilla