The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, accompanied by the councilors, Francisco González and María Quílez, has made today the last appearance of the State of Alarm period, which was used to remember all the extraordinary actions and measures that have been carried out since the City Council during these three months. "The Government of Spain has mobilized the greatest resources in our history to mitigate its effects, at the health level but also in the economic and social sphere.
Just yesterday it adopted the latest in the Council of Ministers, to contribute 16,000 million to the autonomous communities euros, for the first time not in the form of loans, but are non-repayable.
Added to all of the above, they reach 24,500 million only for autonomous communities, which must be passed on in part to municipalities, "he said.
In Jumilla to date, 104,000 euros have come from the European Social Fund and nearly 10,000 for dining room scholarships. The Regional Government, as extraordinary for municipalities, in recent days has reported conciliation aid "of which we are entitled to 19,000 euros, of which 80% comes from European funds managed by CARM," he added. Without rest for the municipality to continue The mayor has highlighted that: "At a local level we have lived this stage without rest and I would like to end it with a summary precisely of all the work of the City Council, of our officials, who together have been side by side in contact at any day and time , so that the municipality continues, so that the impact of this crisis has the least possible impact on the public service that we must provide to our citizens, to whom we owe ourselves.
" At the administrative level, suspensions and closings of facilities and services were first agreed, which in recent weeks have been reopening with security measures in each case, according to prevention.
The changes in the workforce have been adapted in a personalized way to each moment and to each case, continuing with the preparation of bases for the provision of places and bags, which will be negotiated these days.
The summoned processes were suspended first, and yesterday, the resumption of them was already resolved. The Padrón service has attended 490 application files in your area.
In Intervention, Treasury and Tax Management, work has been done on economic and budgetary measures.
First, deadline suspension agreements, installments, modification of the fiscal calendar, refund of fees for suspension of activities and processing of invoices were adopted to expedite their payment.
Likewise, bonus files, such as those of the ICIO, and liquidations have continued to be processed. In the Local Development area, work has been carried out on the Consume Jumilla campaign presented two weeks ago, a list of businesses that served at home to help citizens on days of total confinement, have participated in training activities, have continued with administrative procedures for employment programs with the SEF and they have answered inquiries by telephone about their area. In Tourism, the activity of promoting the municipality online has been maintained, which has increased followers in networks and the campaign "Taste, breathe and feel, Jumilla" has been launched. In the Environment, Activities, Agriculture and Forests, various environmental campaigns have been carried out, such as Earth Hour, Heroes on the street, with Ecoembes, Don't give up your gloves and masks, Go down the curve on a bike, World Recycling Day and Think with lungs.
In addition, the records of the broken ones have been updated, 56 records of agricultural use have been processed, justifications for subsidies, preparation of new agreements, orders have been carried out to clean lots or unsanitary homes and works have been carried out in wells that were unsafe.
The activity files have also been continued and 150 sanctioning files have been processed, as well as 58 environmental reports for building licenses.
Equally,work has been done on the conditioning of 22 roads through its own machinery. In Education, its activity has also been maintained with different procedures such as the request for reports of non-duplication to be able to give the second cycle scholarships for Children this year.
In addition, in coordination with educational centers, school supplies have been distributed to more than 2,000 students at home and work has been done to improve the bases of children's scholarships and Bonobús grants. In Youth, telephone and online management has been carried out with youth correspondents and citizens, new activities have been carried out and others have been coordinated through Science City. In Culture, the suspension or postponement of the scheduled functions has been managed and the justifications have continued to be audited, with internal updating and organization of online activities such as #JumillaLee, the Night of the Museums and this Sunday the Music Day.
In museums and libraries it has been used to order funds, as well as in the reopening with the determining factors of each moment, and the digitization and restoration of the photographic archive donated by José Antonio Tomás has begun. In Celebrations the first Holy Week of International Tourist Interest had to be suspended "and a few weeks ago, to help avoid infections, the Fair and Festivals were also suspended, because above all there is the safety of people, for which we must thank the disposition of the collectives ". In Sports, internal work has been carried out to organize facilities "and as soon as possible the opening has been carried out.
The Pools of the La Hoya Sports Center will foreseeably open on June 27 with reduced capacity and in two shifts with the aim of disinfect on change. In Works and Urbanism an intense activity has been maintained with 165 technical reports, 3 habitability licenses, 18 construction management, 28 managed contracts, 9 drafting of projects and reports, POS requests, telematic assistance to citizens, 18 sanctioning files and 64 licenses for completed works.
"The last municipal work that has been processed is the asphalting at the end of the Avenida de San José and a raised step on the Avenida de Reyes Católicos, corner with Juan Ramón Jiménez. Investments managed for 3 million euros In the Secretariat, likewise, all activity has been maintained through resolutions, reports, coordination with areas, holding telematic plenary sessions, "to which we were empowered by the Government of Spain", and some necessary commission, "but it has already been reactivated everything in person, "explained the mayor. In Contracting, numerous dossiers have been processed, "several of them on works that are already underway or about to start and that will involve more than 3 million euros of investment in the municipality." Likewise, suspensions of service contracts have been processed and now their reactivation, when some contracted activities are closed.
Tender documents have been drafted for new tenders, 25 sessions of telematic contracting tables have been held, and processing of property liability records has continued, among others.
"The electronic headquarters, which we launched on January 1, and to which officials have adapted at an extraordinary rate, have been essential during this period, which has allowed us to maintain all possible activity",Juana Guardiola has assured. In Services and Gardens, the work has been totally in-person with a daily active staff of 30 to 35 workers, who have been added to the usual jobs the daily disinfection of critical environments due to the influx of public and the disinfection of urban furniture, which was joined by the household waste collection service for affected families.
"We have to thank the workers of the different sections for offering altruistic work." El área de Servicios Sociales ha sido de las esenciales, que ha funcionado de forma que siempre había personal presencial.
Además, se ha reforzado con la contratación de un auxiliar de ayuda a domicilio y una trabajadora social.
Se han recibido una media diaria de 60 llamadas telefónicas, por lo que se amplió al horario de tarde, antes de atender con cita previa.
Por primera vez se ha atendido aportándoles alimentos a 750 personas y se han coordinado las acciones con Protección Civil, Cáritas y Cruz Roja.
Se han otorgado 37.604 euros en ayudas de urgente necesidad y 32.000 euros en ayudas extraordinarias, lo que supone cuatro veces más que en el año anterior.
El resto de programas de Servicios Sociales han continuado con seguimiento a los usuarios (ayuda a domicilio, OMIC, CAVI…). Tranquilidad y confianza La alcaldesa ha finalizado su comparecencia transmitiendo de nuevo a la ciudadanía "tranquilidad y confianza", recordando las medidas económicas puestas en marcha desde el primer momento como las campañas de apoyo al comercio, hostelería y turismo, la posibilidad de ampliar los espacios de las terrazas para no perder capacidad de mesas con respecto al año, la suspensión de la ordenanza de ocupación de vía pública, la línea de 400.000 euros en subvenciones que se está ultimando, así como las diversas medidas de limpieza y desinfección y la protección a trabajadores y voluntarios, a lo que hay que unir las ayudas sociales "a quien lo necesite, sin reparo alguno". Por último, ha dado las gracias a funcionarios y trabajadores municipales, Policía Local, Guardia Civil, Ejército, Brigadas Forestales, Conservación de Carreteras, voluntarios de Protección Civil, agricultores que han ayudado a desinfectar las calles cuando ha sido necesario, a quienes han hecho mascarillas desde sus casas, a quienes han donado alimentos o material de protección, a las empresas que han colaborado en desinfectar mascarillas y vehículos, a empresas y trabajadores que han posibilitado el suministro de bienes necesarios, abiertos por esenciales, "pero también a quienes cerraron y hemos de ayudarles a su reapertura", a los educadores que han mantenido su labor docente, a los sanitarios del municipio, a los medios de comunicación "y en definitiva a todos: niños, jóvenes y menos jóvenes, por el esfuerzo realizado, que no quede en vano y un recuerdo entrañable a quienes han padecido o padecen la enfermedad y sobre todo, a nuestros vecinos y vecinas que han perdido la vida".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla