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Martínez Usero: "The PP we back up the water" (05/10/2010)

Councilman Martinez Usero socialist explained this morning that "the PP is going to raise the water and all the fees that appear on water bills by 5%."

Councilman says that "this increase is attached to October last year that amounted to more than 35% and therefore within 6 months the increase is 40% water."

Has the mayor examples of this and says that "while in Alhama de Murcia water paid 0.68 € / m3 in October in Totana already paid 1.07 € / m3 and now with the two increases are will pay € 1.186 / m 3, nearly 200 pesetas / m ".

Similarly the council has set an example of a family totanera and says that "since the last receipt you paid before Andrea started to govern 02/08/1907 where the maximum amounted to 69 € / m3 for 51 m3 to this family last bill paid on 30/06/10 by 48m3 which amounted to 151 € / m3, ie, the receipt and has increased more than two. "

The councilman also said that "the council intends to collect bi-monthly bills instead of what was happening so far on a quarterly basis and explained that this is what I always want the companies as this would have more capital available and the rise would be over unnoticed, but for totaneros this is not good. "

The council has said it is normal for us to raise taxes because otherwise it would be impracticable to pay the eight council released a bunch of people you trust, officials claim more than 120,000 €, or a chief of police chief leaves us probably by almost € 72,000 / year. "

Lastly, he ended up saying that "this is a consequence of the policy of Andreo and his twelve councilors and accessories that keep the city hall that led to ruin and directly to become the fourth municipality with more debt in Spain."

Source: PSOE Totana. Fotos:

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