The Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, held a meeting with members of the board of the Illustrious Cabildo Processions Superior to record the work being carried out from the City for completion of record Declaration of Regional Tourist Interest Easter Totana, and to analyze issues and areas of concern of the acts that begin on February 17 with the presentation of posters, magazine and the appointment of the Nazarene of Honor.
As the mayor explained to the representatives of the Cabildo, one of the priority objectives set for this term is to achieve the Declaration of Regional Tourist Interest Easter Totana.
Martínez Andreo has become aware of the actions being undertaken to achieve the Declaration, as it is actively working to submit mid-year to the Ministry of Culture.
In this sense, the mayor reported on the promotional campaigns being carried out in various regional media to publicize the Holy Week throughout the region.
In addition, the Consistory moved to the exhibitor of the "Commonwealth of Espuña Tourism Services", a promotion campaign through which he was the color and splendor of the Holy Week through posters, books, music and pamphlets Nazarene .
During the meeting also addressed issues related to funding, specifically grant the council receives annually from the City Council.
The mayor recalled its commitment to the legislature with the former president of the Cabildo, which was to reach the figure of 51,000 euros, and the first year of the term already served and will continue to maintain in 2010.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana