Socialist Councilman José Gómez Hernández called a press conference of "chirimbolitis", the "fever in recent days he has entered the municipal government to fill Totana information panels."
He urged the municipal government to clarify "what criteria had been followed for the selection, design and location, as it gives the feeling that was the same firm that has decided."
"In fact, they are relocating some few days after installation, because it was insane where they were located before," he said.
He said that "panels have no design whatsoever, are panels catalog, bland, no one has bothered to think about identifying design our municipality."
He wondered what would happen to the traditional ceramic signs in areas that are simultaneously placed the two labels.
He said the signs do represent something traditional pottery of the town of Totana as pottery.
He also criticized the location of some rubbish bins in our town and "it seems that the company places no criteria, in violation of state and regional regulations on accessibility," said Gomez.
He said that "a municipal technician should report the location of containers and signage should be placed where and as they should, because sometimes invade sidewalks that create accessibility problems to pedestrians."
Said, "As in other occasions, such as the location and number of macrourbanizaciones General Plan have been companies or individuals outside the City Council which decided where, how and why they are placed."
He said that "since the image of Totana is seriously impaired for other reasons, unless the city's image does not deteriorate further."