The Information Committee of Finance and Home Affairs of the City of Cartagena, held this morning under the chairmanship of the council responsible for the area, Francisco Aznar has ruled favorably unanimously modifying the municipal general budget for 2016 which aims cancellation of appropriations Official Credit Institute (ICO) to exit the Adjustment Plan of the Government of the Nation.
The measure could be effective in a few days after approval of the next plenary session which will meet on Thursday, you will be achieved by applying the most extraordinary income obtained by the payment of the final tax settlement construction facilities and works (ICICI) for the construction of the new facilities of the Repsol refinery in Escombreras, for this purpose.
According to detailed Councillor of Finance, Isabel García, of 24.5 million euros entered the oil, apply to the operation about 20.2 million, which together with the three million who were already budgeted for amortization in 2016 they will make the City pay off your debt in full with the various banks of the ICO.
Garcia also explained that the four million excess of revenue windfalls, do not apply at the moment and will serve as a financial cushion to the City treasury surplus at the expense of the liquidation of the 2016 budget.
Councillor of Finance pointed out that exit Adjustment Plan Hall quarterly release the control that kept the Ministry of Finance on municipal revenues and expenses;
while allowing transfers to companies and organizations of local capital and can hire new staff, albeit within limited margins imposed on the overall budget the Government of the Nation.
The initiative to allocate these extraordinary income to the cancellation of ICO loans, and was conducted by the mayor, Jose Lopez, last June.
The ICO credits were signed by the city of Cartagena in 2012 to meet the payment to suppliers amounting to about 35 million euros.
CHANGES IN BUDGET IMSEL
With the favorable votes of PSOE and MC, and abstentions of PP, Citizens and CTSSP, the Commission has reported favorably on the proposal to amend the budgets of the City Council concerning the Coastal Services Institute (IMSEL).
The modification of just over 182,000 euros, apply the remaining positive cash recorded in the accounts of the institute during 2015 to extrajudicial recognition without appropriation bills generated in 2014 and 2015 amounting to 92,952;
supplemented with 89,246 euros and various items of expenditure 2016 budget necessary for the operation of services IMSEL.
Councillor of Finance explained that the recognition of these bills no provision is made by the obligation to pay suppliers when you have made an effective service;
regardless of the responsibilities of politicians and technicians who handled outside the established procedure.
The three groups have refrained asked hear more recognized invoices as well as the destination to be given to items that are supplemented.
In another vein, the Commission has been informed of the final approval of the Board Regulations Equal Opportunities of the municipality of Cartagena;
as well as the agreements of the Local Government for which calls for the final filling of the posts of Director of the Office of the Municipal Government of Comptroller and Secretary General of the Plenum declared deserted.
It has also been favorably reviewed unanimously the proposal of the councilor for the Economic Strategy, Ana Belén Castejon, in connection with the acceptance of the claim made and final approval delConsejo Municipal Trade and Regulations for the municipality of Cartagena.
That argument was addressed to one of the vocal counselors him out on behalf of the COEC, along with the rest of the social partners.
Finally, and among other matters, the Commission has given the green light unanimously the nomination of the Plaza de Ginés García Hernández in Mediterranean Urbanization.
a public space located between Turquoise and Gema streets, next to the roundabout at the fountain, which had no name is.
The proposal had been made by the association of vecinosdel neighborhood, with posthumous character to honor this person who for years worked intensely and selflessly to the association.
The record of honors and awards has been instructed by the District Councillor, María José Soler, and has received a favorable report from the Technical Commission of Streets.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena