The Assembly also endorsed the partial replacement of the board in which Antonio Costa becomes Vice President.
Around a hundred members participated last night in the General Assembly of the Farmers Union of Lower Guadalentín (COAG), in addition to the accounts and report on activities of the past financial year 2010, addressed such important issues as the status of the ATRIA table grapes for non-payment of the Ministry of Agriculture of funds from the 2010 and 2011, and the problem of burglaries in the area and the damage caused by Barbary sheep and rabbits to agriculture and the status of General Plan Urbana (PGMO) for agricultural areas.
Regarding the problem of theft in the country, the President of the Organization, Isidoro Cayuela, explained that after having discussed this matter in the Agricultural Advisory Board, the Board of the Union had sent a letter to the Mayor in which COAG reported that she was willing to be charged IBI (Property Tax Rustic) of 2012-not 2011 - provided it is previously set in motion immediately a rural nursery team, after public offering to potential stakeholders and selection by the Agricultural Advisory Council in 2012 that would assess if there was evidence the efficiency of the service, and if you turned the next year IBI (2012) to finance only that service.
But not only the conditions set by COAG have not been met but that had been the collection of property tax receipts in 2011 five days later in a letter blaming the owners, the agricultural organizations that, before starting rural monitoring service.
In addition to ordering that service be provided to a group of employees of the City Council.
Cayuela Isidoro said COAG had been "used" in the collection of property tax in 2011 and they did not feel morally bound to the agreement that was encouraged in his day because they had not fulfilled the conditions laid from COAG.
On the issue of damage to both the rabbit and the Barbary sheep are leading crops in the south and north of the municipality, respectively, the Chairman of COAG, reported that another had moved in writing to members who had damage that the complaint was because that he had said the Director General of Environment at a meeting in Murcia.
As for the Barbary sheep was reported at the meeting that he had asked the Minister for the Environment by COAG Murcia and several homeowner associations, including the Association of Owners of Private Game Reserve Espuña, to proceed to consider the Barbary sheep as an invasive species and harmful to crops Espuña environment and Murcia, and to proceed to its gradual extinction and total elimination of the Region of Murcia, being a non-native species that was brought from Morocco 40 years ago only for hunting.
On the serious consequences Urban Plan is modified for agricultural areas of the municipality, Cayuela Isidoro went to the meeting that farmers are not willing to tolerate and protect their crops can not be or do a house on their land to offset the environmental effects involved in making tens of thousands of homes.
And that the Mayor had assured them in July than in September they would have meetings with farmers municipal technicians to analyze these consequences zone to zone.
And he had last September and October and almost seems to municipal technicians were still studying the situation as if it had adopted aspects of the town.
Regarding the situation of table grape Atri was reported that next week would remain a monographic meeting with those affected by this issue.
The Assembly also endorsed the candidature presented only for the partial renewal of the board in which members remain, unless a new addition, the same components as in the previous Board, except that the new Vice President will be Antonio Costa Simon.