Note sent by the PSOE Sewer:
A dozen council members and community leaders visited the San Jose Obrero neighborhood where they wanted to learn about the opinions and sentiments of all the neighbors on issues of interest in the neighborhood.
Among the delegation members were councilors Fran Salinas, Mari Carmen Mengual, Mari Carmen and José Antonio Sabater Tristant, and the secretaries of the Executive Committee Celia Ibañez Concha Zapata, Antonio Cano, among others.
During the visit to the neighborhood, socialist activists chatted with neighbors who were passing by the street or lay in front of their houses: "We commit ourselves to the Full Council the issues that most concern to the neighbors."
Of his visit to San José Obrero, the Socialists took some very clear ideas "why we fight in all areas where we can," said Alfonso Martinez, Secretary General of the Local Group, who captained the Socialist delegation he moved to one of the poorest neighborhoods of the town.
At the request of the residents of St. Joseph the Worker, the PSOE will reapply for the creation of a bus line to provide the city center with the suburbs and city services such as sports, markets, cemetery or health centers.
The Municipal Socialist Group is a year Rayobús demanding, but the PP has always been opposed to providing this service to citizens.
In addition, residents of San José Obrero socialists have called to request the Municipal Council to increase safety, they will improve cleanliness in the neighborhood, and rearrange the traffic to prevent cars going too fast.
Finally, the PSOE will request the construction of a garden with space provided for children as well as the paving of the Plaza and the planting of trees.
The Socialist delegation encouraged the neighbors to come to the Office of Attention to Neighbor PSOE ever need, and they reported the achievements that have been carried out from this office, as in the plaza or garden Cayita Campoamor , which have experienced an improvement since the PSOE moved the problems presented to the Plenary Hall.
A gateway to money Zapatero Plan
On the other hand, the socialist leaders neighbors commented that St. Joseph the Worker will have a walkway that will connect the neighborhood with the center of town.
This footbridge, which will rise on the diversion of Sewell, is being built with money from the funds of the Plan Zapatero: "We finally going to build the bridge, the PP has promised for years but has only been able to build thanks to the Socialist Government, "say the Socialists to neighborhood residents.
Source: PSOE de Alcantarilla