The contract for the use of hunting in mounts of public utility owned by the Totana City Council is awarded


The Local Government Board has given the green light to the proposal of the council of Contracting, Ana María Cánovas, to award the Hunters Association "El arruí", with registered office at Calle Casalarga, 1 2 nd floor of Totana, the contract of exploitation of hunting in mountains of public utility owned by the City of Totana, for being the bidder that has presented the best offer.

On June 21, the file for the processing of the referred patrimonial administrative contract and the approval of the list of administrative clauses thereof was initiated.

There were two tenderers and it lasted five years for the three lots offered: lot 1 (Monte Cabezo Gordo and Sierra de Tibieza), lot 2 (Monte Coto de Santa Eulalia and Cabezo de La Rendija) and lot 3 ( Mount Sierra and Llano de las Cabras).

The contracting body awarded the three lots to said association of hunters of Totana with the economic and technical improvements contained in their offer for the amount of: lot 1 (2,935.86 euros), lot 2 (662.50 euros) and lot 3 ( 753.52 euros).

This award agreement is subject to the presentation within seven business days of the civil liability insurance of at least 300,000 euros, as established in the administrative document.

The contract for the use of hunting in mounts of public utility owned by the Totana City Council is awarded, Foto 1

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