The Mayor of Totana, Juan José Cánovas, today announced to the president of the Confederation of Entrepreneurs of Bajo Guadalentín (CEBAG), José Luis Hernández, that the period of presentation of allegations to the General Plan of Municipal Planning (PGOM) ) Which ends on 22 March, so that the extraordinary plenary session will not be convened for this matter.
The first mayor has responded to the request made by the president of CEBAG on March 7, by entry, requesting the suspension or extension of the period of allegations to the General Plan.
Juan José Cánovas said that "after the meeting held between both parties and convened the Board of Spokesmen on Tuesday of this week, being the competence of the municipal plenary, the same, by the Mayor, the situation was exposed to the spokesmen And after the appropriate deliberations, a majority agreement was reached on the weighted representation of each spokesperson not to convene the Plenary, since the majority opinion is not to suspend or postpone the established period of allegations. "
The mayor explained that "it is considered that the period of allegations is sufficient and that the PGMO is one more element known to the population given the public debate and information that all political and social agents are doing in the media And through other means of dissemination, so it would be absurd to convene an extraordinary plenary session with the certainty that the proposal made by the CEBAG will not be accepted. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana