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Bob Owen and Linda Biggs met Kelly Ensor of the UIDM to discuss the proposed road train service for Camposol.
The train will be arriving on 23rd July, where trial runs will take place to establish a time table. It is hoped that the service will begin w/b 25th July.
It is proposed to operate the service from Sector A via B commercial following the main road through B & C and on to D to the last roundabout on the dual carriageway. From here the train will run along Calle Piteras, up Calle Tejos, returning to Sector A by the outward route.
The service will operate between 12 noon to 3pm and 6pm to midnight and the return fare will be a flat 3 € wherever you join the train.
Businesses can advertise on the train and details can be obtained from Kelly Ensor in Nicky G Translations.
The train service is an interim measure and the council still intend to pursue the bus transport system.
Mayoress of Saladillo
Kelly Ensor of Nicky G Translation Services has been appointed as Mayoress for Saladillo which includes Camposol.
Her unpaid honoury position provides a contact point for feeding ideas to improve Camposol back to the town hall. She has already been instrumental in getting the road junction sorted out and the pending train service up and running.
Individuals are welcome to send ideas for improving Camposol to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is hoped to open the office in the Social Centre by 25th July.
Pepe will be the Councillor in charge of this operation which will be manned by English and German translators. Individual problems can be taken to him to resolve.
The Residents Associations will meet with David Fernandez to resolve major issues.
In her capacity of Mayoress, Bob has asked Kelly to intervene on the water/sewage reporting procedure. Reports via Pepe are not working properly at present and Kelly has undertaken to raise the issue with the mayor.
FAST “ the “First Aid Support Team” who operate a system similar to First Responders in Britain, have now been operational in Camposol for 7 weeks and have attended 10 call outs to local residents, which is in line with our expectations said Kaz Moore the Co ordinator.
The average response time is 6 minutes to attend a call which has been very encouraging given that average time to get an ambulance to B sector has been a little over 20 minutes excluding one call out, where the ambulance took well over 2 hours to reach a casualty as FAST were not called out until 2 hours had elapsed and there was still no sign of the ambulance. FAST attended in 7 minutes and then guided the “driver only” ambulance to the door so the FAST response team had to help load the patient onto the ambulance. The delay was apparently due to the driver being from outside the area and not familiar with Camposol and was unable to find the address. FAST also operate a service that will meet the ambulance and ensure that little time is lost in getting to the correct address as many properties do not have street names or visible numbers to their houses.
The bulk of call outs have been around “slips trips and falls” said Kaz, and we are very proud that our responders have taken all of the call outs in their stride thanks to their training and personal commitment. We are unable to give out further details due to the strict data protection rules that we adhere to that protects the identity of patients and addresses, but we do expect a significant increase in call outs over the peak summer season due to heat exhaustion, sunstroke and other such problems associated with the hot weather, so we would urge all residents to manage hydration by drinking water regularly throughout the day, remembering that alcohol, and drinks with caffeine can worsen de hydration. It is also important to use high factor sun creams, avoiding the midday sun wherever possible.
“We are very pleased that we are about to train in the use of Defibrillators and Oxygen therapy at the end of the month which will significantly enhance or capability thanks to the support of PALS. These should be operational by mid August. We have received unequalled support from the individual residents of Camposol both financially and morally and also many of the groups such as The Line dancing group, The Mazarron Bowls Club, the Welcome Group, The Camposol Residents Association to name but a few but to all we are extremely grateful” said Kaz
Should residents or holidaymakers in Camposol have a serious medical emergency they are reminded to FIRST CALL 112 and then call FAST on 968 970 626 ensuring that they give their telephone number and address clearly at the beginning of the call.
Anyone wishing to know more or join us as a volunteer can ring Kaz on 626 823 081 or Glen Ford the Communications Officer on 634 313 572 or contact us via email on email@example.com
Yesterday, an extraordinary plenary session held at the Town Hall and attended by all elected officials, approved the salaries of councillors of the municipal corporation of the government team and the positions of trust for the new legislature. According to accounts given by the mayor, Ginés Campillo, the Council will save as compared with the previous legislature a total of 1,432,000 euros. According to Francisco Blaya the opposition “not much time has passed for the new government team to demonstrate that they will not comply with what they promised during their electoral campaign based on deception. First, the reduction in pay of 50 percent for the Mayor and Councillors that is what makes the current four-party government team unnatural for Mazarrón. ”
The most debated proposal was for the appointment of full-time councillors and the economic allocations for members of the corporation which are distributed as follows:
Campillo Ginés Méndez: 57,487 euros gross per year. 14 payments of 4106 euros.
Francisco García Méndez: 42,500 euros gross per year. 14 payments of 3036 euros.
Maria Soria Celestra: 31,500 euros gross per year. 14 payments of 2,250 euros.
Andres Valera Hernández: 31,500 euros gross per year. 14 payments of 2,250 euros.
David Fernández Sánchez: 31,500 euros gross per year. 14 payments of 2,250 euros.
Maria Martinez Sanchez: 31,500 euros gross per year. 14 payments of 2,250 euros.
Councillors not full time by delegation:
Coy Isidro Lario: 1,340 euros gross per month.
Matilde Navarro Blázquez: 1,340 euros gross per month.
Juan Miguel Muñoz Blaya: 1,340 euros gross per month.
Carlos Garcia Diaz: 1,340 euros gross per month.
Miguel García Ma Encarnación: 1,340 euros gross per month.
Magdalena Mendez Noguera: 1,340 euros gross per month.
José Gómez García: 1,340 euros gross per month.
Councillors not full time without delegation, the PP:
Francisco Blaya Blaya: 350 euros gross month.
Alicia Jiménez Hernández: 350 euros gross month.
Juan Pedro Mendez Garcia: 350 euros gross month.
Ana Maria Acosta Picon: 350 euros gross month.
José Antonio Román Fuentes: 350 euros gross month.
Yolanda Vivancos Blaya: 350 euros gross month.
Sergio Paredes Yúfera: 350 euros gross month.
Mary of the Angels Roman Blaya: 350 euros gross month.
There is also an allocation for operation and maintenance costs of 225 euros per month for each political party which is increased by EUR 100 for each councillor elected.
At this point, former mayor Francisco Blaya intervened, saying “what happened after June 11 the date on which all the parties united to keep not allow the PP to rule, the most voted and with no respect for what had been chosen by the Town in the elections, not much time has passed for the new government team to demonstrate that they will not comply with what they promised during their electoral campaign based on deception. First, the reduction in pay of 50 percent for the Mayor and Councillors that is what makes the current four-party government team for Mazarrón unnatural. ”
The figures according to Blaya, are that the Councillor for Urbanismo and Infrastructure, Francisco Garcia, will receive 42.500 euros. While the full time Councillors of the previous legislature received 40.950 euros. As for the part time Councillors with delegation, now they will receive 1.200 euros and in the previous legislature 1.112 euros.
Blaya also reminded of the words of Gaspar Miras, Secretary of the PSOE, in which it was announced that there would be an offer to the leader of the opposition to be full time, something that has not happened and that Gines Campillo himself affirmed claiming that “No-one in the Government team had said that if the transfer of power had been normal it would have been considered.”
According to the new government team, the figures are that during the last legislature under Blaya the spending, only in the corporation, was EUR 2,800,000. While the new salaries amount to 1,700,000, which saves 1,000,000 euros these four years.
“This, yes is to comply with the word to reduce the costs in the government” pointed out Campillo.
Francisco Garcia also wanted to intervene at this point clarifying that those who elect the Mayor are the Councillors and that is democracy. “To the citizens this has been received very well and that’s the feeling we get in Mazarrón,” Garcia pointed out.
David Fernandez for his part expressed satisfaction and pride in this agreement that is already beginning to give its reward as it is one million euros to be saved on salaries of the corporation in the next four years.
Blaya repeated in his second intervention that it is not possible to compare salaries of 2007 with the current as these are different times.
As to the number and work schedules of the temporary staff there will be agreed three positions of trust – A press officer, an adviser for the Coordination of Councillors and the Director of the Day Centre. Each one will receive € 21,000 gross per annum in 14 payments of 1,500 euros.
During the session also approved the following proposals:
1 .- SECRETARY – Reading and approval, if applicable, the draft minutes No 12 for the inaugural meeting of the corporation, held on June 11, 2011.
2 .- MAYOR – Resolutions of the President on appointments members of the Local Government and Deputies to the Mayor:-
In this order: Ginés Campillo, as mayor and the casting vote, Francisco Garcia, Isidro Coy, Maria Celeste Soria, Andres Valera, Juan Miguel Muñoz, Matilde Fernández Blázquez and David Sanchez.
3 .- MAYOR – Resolutions Chair on delegation of authority.
Campillo-Ginés Méndez, Mayor of Mazarrón.
Francisco García-Méndez, First Deputy Mayor and Councillor for Planning and Infrastructure.
Coy Isidro-Lario, second deputy mayor and councilman of Commerce, Consumption and Celebration.
Maria Celeste Soria-Travieso, third deputy mayor and councilor for Tourism, Education and Culture.
Valera Hernández-Andrés, fourth Deputy Mayor and Councillor for Finance, Municipal Collection, Youth and Sports.
Juan Miguel Muñoz-Blaya, Fifth Deputy Mayor and Councillor for Urban Public Services Management.
Matilde Navarro Blázquez, sixth Deputy Mayor and Councillor for Local Development, Development Industrial, New Technologies, Training, Employment and Internal Affairs
María Martínez-Sánchez, Councillor for Social Policy, Equality, Health and Heritage.
Carlos García-Díaz, Councillor for Human Resources and Labour Risks.
Maria Garcia-Miguel Encarnacion, Councillor of Public Safety and Civil Protection.
Noguera Méndez, Magdalena, Councillor for Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development.
David Fernández Sánchez, Councillor for Citizen Participation and Environment.
José Gómez-García, Councillor Care of Foreign Residents.
4 .- MAYOR – Resolution of the Presidency on the frequency regime of regular meetings of the Local Government Board.
Thursdays at 09.00.
5 .- MAYOR – Proposal on the frequency regime of regular meetings of the Municipal Pleno.
The last Tuesday of each month at 20.00. And PP’s suggestion to amend the time in the winter so as not to incur overtime for the staff was taken into consideration, from October, it will be at 19:00 h.
6 .- MAYOR – Proposal for the creation and composition of Advisory Committees permanent.
-Planning, Infrastructure, Urban Public Services Management, Public Safety and Civil Protection.
-Finance, Municipal Collection, Youth, Sports, Trade, Consumption and Celebration.
-Tourism, Education, Culture, Human Resources and Safety at Work, Social Policy, Equality, Health and Heritage.
-Participation and the Environment, Local Development, Development, Industry, New Technologies, Training, Employment and Internal Affairs, Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development.
These commissions parties will be represented by 2 Councillors PP, PSOE 2, 1 UIDM, 1 and 1 Parema IU.
At this point the PP objected through Alicia Jimenez in order to be proportional to the number of representatives of each party in the Pleno, I am suggesting: 3 PP, 2 PSOE, 1UIDM and 1 Mixed Group. Although the quadriparty did not accept the suggestion and kept in its proposal. At this point the PP voted against.
7 .- MAYOR – Proposal for appointment of municipal representatives in the collegiate bodies of the Consortium for Solid Waste Management in the Region of Murcia.
David Fernandez and Juan Miguel Muñoz Sánchez Blaya. And as alternatives, but not certain, Coy Isidro Méndez and Francisco García Lario.
8 .- MAYOR – Proposal for the appointment of municipal representative in the collegiate bodies of the Consortium for Fire Fighting and Rescue of the Autonomous Region of Murcia:-
Miguel García María Encarnación and as a substitute José Gómez García.
9 .- MAYOR – Proposal for appointment of the municipal representative on the Local Committee of the Red Cross.
Miguel García María Encarnación and as an alternative Maria Martinez Sanchez.
10 .- HALL – Proposal for appointment of municipal representatives at the Tourist Consortium of Mazarrón.
Ginés Campillo, as vice president, and as members: Maria Celeste Soria Travieso, David Fernandez and Juan Miguel Muñoz Sánchez Blaya.
The PP abstained in the last four points because they requested representation in these appointments. The government team will study for upcoming dates.
11 .- SECRETARIAT – Acknowledged the establishment of the municipal groups in the Town Hall of Mazarrón.
Spanish Socialist Workers Party:
Francisco García Méndez
Maria Martinez Sanchez
Maria Celeste Soria
Carlos Garcia Diaz
Juan Miguel Muñoz Blaya
Miguel García María Encarnación
Magdalena Mendez Noguera
Union Independiente De Mazarron:
Campillo Ginés Méndez
Coy Isidro Lario
Andres Hernandez Valera
Matilde Navarro Blázquez
José Gómez García
David Fernández Sánchez
Francisco Blaya Blaya
Alicia Jiménez Hernández
Juan Pedro García Méndez
Ana Maria Acosta Picon
José Antonio Román Fuentes
Yolanda Vivancos Blaya
Sergio Paredes Yúfera
Mary of the Angels Roman Blaya