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The Mayor will ask the Parliament that the provision of a public company to employ the Jumillano (13/02/2009)

The Mayor of Jumilla, Francisco Abellán has publicly presented the project that has local administration to try to tackle the problem of unemployment in Jumilla.

It is the constitution of a public company to build municipal public works and with intent to subcontract with companies Jumillano both earthworks, builders, masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, painters, that is, with all the necessary business to carry out major works.

These companies, in turn, provide jobs for many unemployed people in 2084 now in the town, "this figure has almost doubled in just six months, but also the evolution of unemployment is growing, mainly hand construction labor and services sector, "said Abellán.

Francisco Abellán noted that "it is a possible solution to help overcome this situation and raising the local administration, you can not stand idly by, doing nothing, since we are in a time of great responsibility."

"The City Council must boost the economy, efforts should be made productive, to become an entrepreneur, a producer, an agent for job creation," the highest local authority and added that "this is a major project and great impact and can only succeed with the support of both political groups such as the construction sector, banking institutions and of society in general, you should see this project as their own and the benefit of all citizens ".

For this reason, Abellán has already held meetings with builders Jumilla and representatives of all local banks, "have been receptive to the idea and now we have to wait for the technical reports, legal and financial telling us how we doing things. "

Through this public company, would be built, for example, the Civil Guard barracks, a project that cost 3 million euros and you have to do in this legislature, and the parking lot of the market square, or carry Local Plan out a removal of architectural barriers, which can generate economic activity and create jobs.

Regarding the financing of this public company, Francisco Abellán said that this would mortgage the plots that already has the council, "with the money to construct the headquarters building, it is the mortgage for fifteen years and the city council back guarantee interest and principal to the public company during that time. "

For this particular work, they could get to hire more than a dozen companies and in turn to between 250 and 300 workers who are guaranteed work for at least two years.

Once built the barracks and handed over to the Ministry of Interior, it will deliver the site of the old barracks and he will continue to build social housing and take advantage of low business.

From there, the public has the opportunity to continue doing public work and employing the unemployed, even for future projects of social interest, such as the future of the Wine Museum, the Conservatory and many others.

The mayor reported that the land available to the City Council could be worth between 8 and 9 million euros.

He noted that "this formula of a public company is operating in many Spanish towns."

Finally, Francisco Abellán has insisted that "for this project to succeed requires the support of everyone, and I sincerely hope that this consensus is achieved to bring the plight Jumilla we are going through."

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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