The Socialist councilor Jose Antonio Sabater will require the mayor, "the immediate preparation of the 2010 budget and its presentation to the Municipal Council for discussion and approval, if appropriate."
By law, the PP had to be presented the 2010 budget before December 31, 2009, but "we have come to PP never made a budget on time.
By now you should have approved the 2010 budget and has not even passed the General Account of 2008. "
For Sabater, "this policy to improvise in spending, a lack of discipline and seriousness, has led to ruin our town." And again he says that "this attitude is more serious in a time of economic difficulty, as today, when Sewell need more than ever a different economic policy, a serious economic policy, planned, designed, rigorous.
That is, a policy diametrically opposed to following the PP. "
On the other hand, the Municipal Socialist Party spokesman, Pedro Marin, will require the mayor, "the immediate modification and full presentation of the provisional approval of the General Urban Plan."
And is that of Pedro Marin, "dealing with the drafting and adoption of the new general plan of our town, is poised to become The Never Ending Story Part 2, for delivery in installments match" accidentally "with municipal elections.
This approach from the local political power is hurting mightily Sewer economic developments, the welfare and interests of its citizens. "
The Municipal spokesperson said that "the initial approval of the plan in due course criteria in many cases speculative, in the process of expansion of the housing bubble."
However, Pedro Marin, "today are also needed more sustainable approaches, that make trade and economic horizon, to solve the railroad problem and to address the general interest of the citizens."
Therefore, Pedro Marin will require the mayor "to report all changes have been made in the Plan to date."
However, "parsimony in the political action of the government team Sewer CP, make today the plan originally approved in 2006 have to be urgently changed, as the social and economic reality and its prospects have changed radically.
Therefore, Pedro Marin will require adaptation to the mayor's new plan to real situation in our town. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alcantarilla