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The council works to get a grant to rehabilitate the Castle of Velez (24/01/2012)

Councillor for the Historical, Social Policy, Equality and Health, Maria Martinez, and the mayor of Development, Training, Employment, Local Development and New Technologies, Matilde Blázquez, held several meetings yesterday in Murcia with the Director General of Cultural Assets Autonomous Community, Francisco Giménez, and technicians involved in both the Town Council of Mazarron and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

The purpose of the meetings was to initiate the necessary procedures for getting a grant that would go for the rehabilitation of the Castillo de Los Velez and the adequacy of their environment.

As commented Mayor of Mazarron, Ginés Campillo, "is to recover a project stalled in 2010 by modifying various aspects that do not convince the current government team, especially those concerning the subsequent maintenance of the facilities. If we are given the grant full rehabilitation may begin to do so by visiting the Castle. "

The proposals made by the councilors, especially in aspects of project modifications in place to reduce the costs of rehabilitation and subsequent maintenance, were welcomed by the region.

As explained by the mayor of Heritage, "it is to modify parts of the project, which were assigned an excessive cost, to suit the current situation and the change of some materials to facilitate future maintenance without losing quality in the result and achieving an optimal fit for the interest of the Castle of the municipality ".

Also hosted a very positive approach to undertake some of the works under various funding programs of the Employment Service and Training (SEF).

Also, Maria Martinez met late in the day with the deputy director general of Disabled People, Maria Dolores Gomariz, and technical Murciano Institute for Social Action (IMAS) to request the expansion of places for people with disabilities from the Day Centre Mazarron.

Currently, the agreement with the Autonomous Region covers only 20 seats, taking a waiting list of 6, "so we need to make this extension as soon as possible to give a wider coverage and better service to citizens," Maria Martinez explained.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón

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