The new mayor of Alhama, José Espadas Lopez, had his first interview this morning, as the first mayor of the Consistory, with the Government Delegate, Rafael González Tovar.
José Espadas Lopez was accompanied by the mayor of Town Planning and predecessor as head of the Mayor, Juan Romero Canovas, to address various issues related to the municipality.
Representatives of both governments talked about the need for a third lane of the A7 and security in the municipality.
In this regard, González Tovar recalled that during the last two years that security in the town of Alhama has improved by 200% and that has increased the number of agents of the Guardia Civil from 13 to 39.
The mayor of the municipality, José Espadas, clarified that the issues with the government delegate had been spoken before, since complaints are the same as at the beginning of the legislature, as have been agreed by the two political parties that assumed the responsibility of government at the beginning of term (Information about this at: http://www.alhamademurcia.es/noticia.asp?cat=2810 )
In this regard pointed to the construction of a new headquarters for the Civil Guard, whose land has already made available to the State the City of Alhama.
The State Plan 2 has been another issue of spoken at the meeting.
In this regard González Tovar said that the city of Alhama has submitted projects worth 2 million euros have already been validated by the Delegation of the Government and submitted to the Government of Spain.
The mayor of Alhama, after showing his satisfaction with the development of projects developed within the State Plan for 2009, noted that this year, the initiatives are intended primarily for education and social policy.
Clarified that it has requested more than 400,000 euros for social issues to try to improve as far as possible the situation of alhameños most disadvantaged and affected by the current economic situation.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia