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Cartagena will have a modernist market in early November (09/09/2016)

The Local Government Board, which met this morning under the chairmanship of Mayor, Jose Lopez, has approved the tender for the installation in streets and squares of the historic center of a modernist market during days 4, 5 and 6 November.

As explained by the mayor, it is the usual medieval market, which from now on will change themed every year, according to the celebrations of the City.

This time will be a modernist market, coinciding with the celebration of the Year of Modernism.

Next year is expected to be dedicated to the Age of Enlightenment, the conclusion of which the mayor has announced that already are beginning to prepare various activities around the figure of Carlos III and Arsenal.

The installation of the modernist market will tender for a starting price of thousand euros.


Another issue approved by the Board of Governors has been the redemption of just over two million municipal debt remaining under the positive cash 2015. The early termination of these amounts is part of the policy Municipal government to clean up the accounts of the City and adds to the 24.5 million that were approved yesterday at the Municipal Council to cancel all loans of the ICO credits and exit control adjustment plan imposed by the Ministry of Finance.


The mayor, after the Board of Governors, has also realized the recognition agreement bill from the previous municipal government between 2012 and 2015 and had been operated without the required budgetary allocation.

The total amount of these bills is 215 thousand euros, broken down as follows: 58 000 2012;

30 000 2013;

45,700 thousand in 2014;

and 43,600 in 2015.

As explained by the mayor is the usual bills in the drawer referring to work actually carried out by contractors, the City Council has the obligation to pay, regardless of the political responsibilities of that charge irregularly.


The Board has also initially approved a special plan that affects the rehabilitation of a building at number 5 of the Wall Street del Mar. It is a record that has taken a year, according to the mayor, to be informed by the department environment of the Autonomous Community and finally returns to the City Council to follow its course, since this is a protected environment.

Also in paragraph Planning it has been initially approved three detailed studies in the Partial Plan Atamaría.

It is three cases that had already been approved under the General Plan of 2011, but which have been canceled, again carried Governing Board for approval under the 1987 plan.

As for resolutions and enabling titles of works, between August 4 and September 6 they have handled some 316, totaling budgets of nearly two million euros and which will in fees and tax revenues to the City Council about 127 thousand euros.

These works 13 renovation or expansion of housing and 39 relating to commercial or offices.


Finally, questions from reporters the mayor has assured that accompany the parents of the Aljorraen its manifestation in Murcia to demand the construction of a new school.

Lopez has claimed that the refusal of the Autonomous Region to build the center on the grounds that the City Council would put your budget is just a ruse.

The mayor has reported that the council has done all relevant studies and plan of flash floods, which showed that supplementing the ground two meters there were no problems.

The Hydrographic Confederation had also spoken saying it was a private channel.

According to the mayor, the Ministry of Education still will build the center asking parents Aljorra, even though the council has done everything necessary and has no budget to condition the land.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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