Gómez points out that the technicians are already working on determining the services that will work from June 1, as agreed in the April plenary session
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Benidorm City Council will determine in the plenary session of May, scheduled for the 31st, the next planning for the beaches, in which the services to be provided from June 1 will be established. This is what the Beaches Councilor, Mónica Gómez, has transferred today, after recalling that “in the last plenary session, on April 26, we approved how the beaches would work during the month of May and we agreed that in this month's session they would define the changes to be implemented as of June 1 depending on the evolution of the pandemic, the end of the state of alarm and the foreseeable reactivation of mobility ”.
Gómez has stressed that “precisely in compliance with that plenary agreement, also taking into account the information transferred by President Ximo Puig at the meeting last Wednesday in relation to the evolution of the beach regulations made available to the spokespersons by the Mayor on Thursday at the Local Security Board, the municipal technicians are already working on that planning and on issuing the mandatory reports, which will show what services the beaches will have as of June 1 ”. "Logically, and as we have done from the local government at all times, the groups of the Corporation will be informed promptly of this planning in a Board of Spokespersons before the proposal is addressed in plenary," she added.
Meanwhile, "our beaches will continue as they have been doing since March 1, with a system of plots on the sand that ensure safety distance between users and that allows capacity to be controlled, as well as services of surveillance, first aid and cleaning that comfortably cover current needs and occupations ”.
In this regard, the mayor has stressed that "this weekend, the first after lifting the perimeter closure of the Valencian Community and with a meteorology that invited to go to the beach, the influx to the sandy areas has increased, and our organization and management model has once again show its effectiveness, comfort and acceptance among users, who have consistently complied with the regulations ”.