"The objective is that the actions carried out by the local Administration respond to real needs, so that resources are optimized, investments are prioritized and maintenance and public services are improved," as the mayor has advanced
The neighborhood participation campaign starts tomorrow, Tuesday, in the neighborhood of Extremadura, through a call that the Department of Transparency and Open Government has sent to the entire neighborhood
0. The City Council of Caravaca de la Cruz starts up the project 'The skin of each neighborhood', with which the active participation of the neighbors in the municipal management is sought.
For this, the mayor, José Francisco García, together with members of the Government team and municipal technicians, will travel to each neighborhood, urbanization and district in order to analyze the suggestions, through direct communication, and thus be able to prioritize investments based on real needs.
"The objective is that the actions carried out by the City Council respond to the demands of the neighbors, so that the available public resources are optimized to meet the needs of each area of â€‹â€‹the municipality," according to the mayor, José Francisco García .
Based on the meetings held with the neighbors, the Consistory will set a series of objectives linked to each area of â€‹â€‹the urban area, which will be reflected in the municipal budget and, more in the short term, in the improvement, repair and beautification initiatives of the Public spaces.
"The contributions of the neighbors are fundamental to prioritize and order the actions for the Caravaca that we all want. Together we will analyze how we can improve and how we want our neighborhood to be, based on the premise that each area has its own characteristics and personality" , according to José Francisco García.
The campaign 'The skin of each neighborhood' is promoted by the Department of Citizen Participation and Open Government, which will coordinate the different municipal areas to channel and materialize the neighborhood proposals.
In this sense, its head, the mayor Laura Sánchez Domenech, said that "it is a project that will guide government action, and that it is an arduous but exciting work, prolonged throughout the legislature. We hope to reach all our neighbors with in order to improve both public services and investments that are financed directly with their taxes. "
The meetings will result in concrete actions, related to the improvement of green areas, urban furniture or public waste collection and cleaning services, among other aspects.
"No one better than the neighbors to know where a wastebasket, a bank, points of light or a container is missing or where you have to remove graffiti or fix any damage. In short, nobody better than them to know how to act to improve services public that affect our daily lives, "said the Councilor for Citizen Participation and Open Government.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz