Local Corporation Full Council of Totana address tomorrow at the regular meeting for the month of July more than two dozen proposals among which the initial approval of the Ordinance Regulating the Internal Affairs of the Municipal Cemetery of Totana and municipal ordinance Environmental protection by improving energy efficiency and light pollution in outdoor lighting installations.
In addition, will discuss the proposal from the Department of Handicrafts for the transfer of Technology Center for Craft in the Region of Murcia, currently located on Avenida de la Rambla de La Santa, in the area of Ollerías, moving to an industrial park .
On the one hand, approve the award of Gold Shield of the City of Coral Santiago de Totana and the proposal of Councillor for Citizen Security in requesting the establishment of the administrative unit of the local police.
On the other hand, the corporate will also discuss the joint proposal of the council of finance and agriculture to subsidize the rustic IBI receipts in 2009, and the approval of the extension of the contract management of public drinking water supply and sewer and investment plan.
Among other issues, also discussed the proposal of the Mayor of Totana to name the new library and study hall is being built in the neighborhood of El Parral with the name "Library and Study Room and Abbey Munuera José María" and the Mayor's proposal through which requests ONCE which holds the office of the organization in Totana.
By local groups, will be the House the motion of the Popular Party in requesting that a law drive profit margins to support the agricultural sector and implementation of an aid program to obtain the permit conduct and responsibility of driving in young people.
Also, the United Left Group Municipal + Greens presented in full support and coverage to the so-called civil baptisms as well as provision of municipal records, and also discuss the motion requesting the Commonwealth of Channels Taibilla the immediate implementation of the water tank in Lebor Alto.
For its part, the Municipal Socialist Group in Parliament presented two motions: one to avoid water restrictions and the other, the increase in property tax rebate for subsidized housing.