The plenum of the municipal corporation, met this morning in regular session, adopted the opinion of the Planning Commission and Infrastructure Information on amendments to the Special Plan Management and Protection of the Historic (PEOP) for a recovery from the ruins Roman Amphitheatre and to allow the construction of the Center for Contemporary Art (MAID).
This is the final step, from now to approval by the Governing Council of the Autonomous Community.
Remember that the most important point of this change is the relative change of use of the plot next to the bullring.
Currently this parcel is green, becoming equipment due to the project of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAID), while plots that were as equipment, behind the Graduate School, will become green.
The full agenda also included a number of motions filed by civic groups of the opposition, the urgency of which has been rejected in all cases be acting as the government team on that line, as the case of motions Socialists on the constitution of the Cartagena Social Council to prepare a Local Employment Pact, or to urge the Education Ministry not to close the public school Antonio Arévalo.
Also rejected the urgency of other motions urging socialists on the Health Department to remove the cooperation agreement with the UCAM for their students to do internships in public health facilities of the municipality, on the commemoration of April 3 to celebrate the first democratic municipal elections in 1979, and on improving infrastructure in a section of the Round City Avenue Union.
In this regard, Councillor for Infrastructure, José Vicente Albaladejo, claimed that the redevelopment of the street is already provided in the Investment Plan in works to clean up the city, with a two-phase project that will affect the area from Severo Ochoa roundabout to the Paseo Alfonso XIII.
On the other hand, PSOE and Citizen Movement have submitted a joint motion requesting the creation of a Commission of Inquiry of accountability policies for alleged irregularities in the accounts of the Association for the Conservation of Sea Glass.
To this request, the government team spokesman, Joaquin Segado, has responded by rejecting the urgency because the item is in the hands of the administration of justice, which is what has to decide this issue, not the City.
Finally, it has rejected the urgency of the two motions filed by the Citizens Movement, proposing that a flag flutters in the port Cartagena alongside that of Spain and the other on water, rejected by both the PP and the PSOE , as this is an issue rather than consensus in the political and social.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena