The territorial delegate for Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration, José Luis Delgado, has recently visited the new bar service that the Town Council of Sierro has fitted out in the municipal swimming pool with funds from the Programme for the Promotion of Agrarian Employment (PFEA), co-financed by the Junta, the SEPE and the Provincial Council. Delgado has visited with the mayor, Manuel Hernandez, this new equipment that improves “the services provided to residents and visitors, as well as creating jobs not only during the works but to attend the bar.
Delgado congratulated the mayor for promoting PFEA projects that promote the creation of jobs for local residents. This equipment, already completed, has been carried out with funds from the PFEA 2021, whose works can be executed until this September. The Department of Local Administration has contributed 11,812.50 euros to co-finance the materials for this work, in addition to another 22,950 euros for paving work in various streets of the municipality and interventions in public buildings.
In total, the PFEA 2021 works have generated half a hundred jobs in Sierro. The delegate has reported that “the commitment of the Junta with the PFEA is maintained this year, in which the Andalusian Government will provide almost 3.5 million to the projects presented by the municipalities of Almeria”.
Specifically, in the case of Sierro, 31,725 euros will be used to co-finance improvement works in the San Marco Rural Public School, as well as new paving and renovation work on roads and municipal buildings.
For Delgado, “the PFEA is an example of collaboration between institutions that benefits the residents of rural areas, as it allows local councils to undertake projects that they could not do alone with their own resources, as well as generating employment while the work is being carried out”.