The Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, and the councilman of Culture, Ana Belén García, have held a meeting recently with members who represent the new board the Illustrious Cabildo Processions Superior to meet members of the same , push the record of the Declaration of Regional Tourist Interest Easter Totana , and to analyze issues and issues of interest Easter totanera.
During the meeting addressed issues of funding and agreed to update the existing agreement between the two entities for payment of the offices of the Casa del Cabildo, and that with increasing interest the agreement is now outdated, and the session will by the total amount of the loan for funding, and it was agreed to convene a committee to monitor this agreement.
With regard to the annual subsidy received by the council, the mayor recalled its commitment to the legislature with the former president of the Cabildo, which was to reach the figure of 51,000 euros, an amount in the first year under Jose Martinez Andreo has already been met.
The mayor explained that for subsequent years, and considering that the new project aims to boost council Easter, Martínez Andreo made a commitment to maintain in 2009 the same subsidy.
He also announced that for the 2010-11 Easter is intended that the grant amount of 51,000 euros, which will be allocated to each of the sororities and fraternities with the amount of 3,000 euros, in addition to financing costs arising as a partnership generated annually through direct grants.
On the other hand, is marked as one of the main objectives for this legislature to get the Declaration of Regional Tourist Interest Easter Totana, and it agreed to create a joint commission composed of technical staff of the City Council and Board the council, to complete the administrative and record.
In addition, the Board renewed Cabildo Mayor moved the need for a permanent exhibition hall totanera Holy Week, and the mayor were informed of the efforts being made by the City Council to acquire the commercial low-Square Balsa Vieja and transform them into an exhibition hall, in anticipation of the museum that is planned to build in the multipurpose room of the House of Culture in the Las Ollerías.
Finally, the Board of the council asked the mayor the local availability of soundproofing for the test strips of bugles and drums of Easter, and the mayor told them that the draft Youth Resource Center, whose construction is scheduled for next year, provides the location in the basement of a classroom test series that could be used, among other things, for this purpose