Massamagrell City Council has approved the list of expenses to be charged to the Liquid Remainder of the Treasury. A list of expenses that includes proposals from all the municipal groups represented in the City Council: PSPV-PSOE, Partido Popular, Compromís, Ciudadanos, VOX, Unides Podem and Veins per Massamagrell), and that have arisen after the different meetings that the mayor of the town, Paco Gómez, has had with the spokesmen of the different political parties.
These meetings, which took place during the months of July and August, have served to, in the words of Gómez, “continue to generate points of union and understanding between the different political forces, thus demonstrating that our main priority is to improve the lives of all the residents of Massamagrell”.
These works and improvements will be carried out thanks to the 14 votes in favor (five councillors from the PSPV-PSOE, the four from the Partido Popular, the two from Ciudadanos, one Vox and two councillors from Compromís), the abstention of one councillor from Compromís and one councillor from Veins per Massamagrell and the vote against by the councillor from Unides Podem.
The ratio of expenses, charged to the Liquid Treasury Balance, are: Purchase of a truck crane for the municipal brigade, at a cost of 63,000 euros, the refurbishment of the 2nd floor of the medical centre in the La Magdalena neighbourhood, at a cost of 48,000 euros, the removal of the stumps of the palms in Calle Sol, at a cost of 10,000 euros, the refurbishment of the cafeteria in the Hogar del Jubilado in Massamagrell, at a cost of 15.000 euros, to increase the programme of tourism activities in relation to the Holy Grail, at a cost of 6,000 euros, the implementation of a programme of activities aimed at local businesses, at a cost of 3,000 euros, the implementation of a platform for the digitalisation of small businesses in Massamagrell, at a cost of 15,000 euros, the reforms of the Plazas de la Noria and EuropeThe project includes the installation of a water tank for agricultural use in the municipal slaughterhouse, at a cost of 10,000 euros, the installation of awnings and the paving of the patio of the CEIP Obispo Amigó, at a cost of 17,000 euros, and the repair of the collapse of the Parque Diputación, at a cost of 48,000 euros.
The mayor, Paco Gómez, says he is “very satisfied” with the great consensus obtained in the approval of this proposal, emphasizing “that this government once again demonstrates its willingness to dialogue and negotiate with all political groups represented in the City Council.