The Full Council of Totana yesterday unanimously approved the motion presented by the Municipal People's Party for which urges the Government of Argentina to the dam of Lebor and that this project be incorporated into the general budget of 2009 for carry out urgent work.
The three political groups approved the motion, which included the amendment of addiction requested by the Municipal Socialist Group in which it was recommended to go to the Departments that have a field or topic related to your area from the dam Lebor, to unlock the project.
La Rambla de Lebor, as stated by the Municipal People's Party spokesman, José Antonio Valverde Queen, "is the largest town of Totana, both for its volume as its length, so that the work of this dam is something essential to reduce considerably the risk of flooding in the village of Lebor and partly to recover the aquifers in the area. "
The National Plan of 2001 Hidológico specifically provide for this work within the infrastructure project Segura Basin.
In this sense, Valverde Reina explained that when, in 2005, the Socialist government repealed the PHN project disappeared, while "not even listed in Annex II of new activities of general interest or priority and urgent actions in the watershed Mediterranean. "
In this sense, the Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, recalled that when the PHN was repealed said Lebor dam would not be done, "and that six years ago as has been announced."
In addition, the House also gave the green light to vote against IU + The Greens and the Socialist Party abstained, to conduct a feasibility study which will analyze the viability of the adequacy of the Rambla de La Santa as parking.
Valverde Queen reiterated that it is important to emphasize the safety of this project, both for users and vehicles.
Queen Valverde said there have been many residents who have requested the Municipal People that fits the Rambla as parking, so that "if you manage to overcome the risks that can lead this project, the Municipal People's Party considers that there may be a solution to parking problems in the downtown area. "