to develop the second Economic and Financial Plan of the City |
The Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, has invited speakers from the three political groups in the City Council to actively participate in the workshops where they will draw the lines of the second Economic and Financial Plan of the City.
Through a formal communication, the mayor has informed the political groups of the actions that will be developed to prepare the plan, as approved at the extraordinary plenary session held on May 13 this year.
Martínez Andreo explained that this document will improve the management to further reduce current expenditure while it sought new sources of funding to increase revenue.
In addition, consider how to improve the management of human resources for municipal expenditure restraint.
Thus, on 3 July, all political groups should have submitted the proposals for the draft, then convene the task force in analyzing the initiatives and, ultimately, there will be a commission for holding prior information the extraordinary plenary session.
City Councilman has encouraged all groups to work on this important document for the Consistory, which ultimately result in improved services and activities for residents of the municipality.
In this regard, he recalled that the government team since the beginning of the legislature has made great economic effort to implement important services and a battery of measures to assist the productive sectors, companies, sole traders and families who are suffering the consequences of the current economic crisis.
Thus, in July 2007, were adopted by the Economic and Financial Plan through which the municipality has managed to contain public spending and may not be municipal taxes have risen above the CPI.
Martínez Andreo has explained that, thanks to the guidelines of the first plan, was achieved only in the first five months of 2009 has been reduced a total of five million euros in current spending and personal.
He has also stressed that austerity is making the chapter the usual costs in the Consistory, but investment in infrastructure or services has been maintained and increased in many cases.