The Neighborhood Council renews its representatives in the municipal participatory bodies
The Neighborhood Council has renewed its representatives in the municipal participatory bodies. In an ordinary session chaired by the mayor, Toni Pérez, and in which the Councilor for Citizen Participation, Mª Jesús Pinto, participated, the councillors elected by a vote to the titular and alternate representatives in the Municipal Council of Environment, in Urban Scene, in Mobility, Education and Women for Equality.
Likewise, the neighborhood organ has decided to keep active the Specific Commissions of the Day of the Nationalities, Exemplary Neighbor Award, Patrimony and Monitoring of the municipal contracts; and has dissolved that of Foundations.
In the same session, the Councilor for Public Security, Lorenzo Martínez, has reported on the issues raised by the neighborhood body about security, uses and applications of the Local Police drone, and the administrative processes set in motion by the City Council for coverage of vacancies of the staff of the Local Police.
Finally, a proposal has been addressed to urge the City Council to request the declaration of a non-hunting zone Marxassos, La Lloma and Les Coves areas.