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The Andalusian Regional Government earmarks 120,000 euros to repair damage caused by the rains in streets and parks in Tíjola.

The Andalusian Regional Government earmarks 120,000 euros to repair damage caused by the rains in streets and parks in Tíjola
The territorial delegate for Local Administration informs the mayor of the award of this grant.

The territorial delegate of Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration of the Junta in Almería, José Luis Delgado, has visited in Tíjola, some of the public infrastructures damaged by the last torrential rains that will be repaired thanks to a grant of almost 120,000 euros awarded by the Regional Ministry to the Town Hall, within the framework of the aid announced this year for municipalities affected by natural disasters.

Delgado has informed the mayor, José Juan Martínez, of the award by the Regional Ministry of three grants of 24,015, 35,137 and 60,847 euros respectively requested by the City Council of Tíjola in this call for actions in various affected areas.

Specifically, these resources will be used to rebuild the walls of the municipal park El Santo and the public car parks that collapsed due to the recent rains, as well as for retaining works for the infrastructure of the adduction line and interventions in various streets of the municipality.

The territorial delegate highlighted “the importance of the Junta de Andalucía’s collaboration with local entities in the face of unforeseen situations that require extraordinary actions which, with their own resources, they could not undertake, given the financing problems suffered by municipalities, especially the smaller ones such as Tíjola, which has around 3,500 inhabitants”.

In this sense, Delgado highlighted the work of the Regional Ministry of Local Administration through the various lines of aid launched in the last three and a half years, both extraordinary aid in situations such as COVID or meteorological phenomena, as well as the ordinary calls that have been renewed to, for example, give priority to municipalities with depopulation problems.

He also recalled that in the legislature that is now coming to an end, the PATRICA (Participation in the Taxes of the Autonomous Community), which had been frozen since 2014, has been increased annually, reaching 580 million this year (375,031.80 euros corresponding to Tíjola). In addition, the Law of Unconditional Financing of Autonomous Local Entities (ELA) such as Fuente Victoria has been approved, a historical demand of these to receive funds directly without the mediation of the parent municipality.


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