THE opposition parties in San Fulgencio have asked for the paralysis of the works and payments for El Oasis.
Four municipal groups that form the opposition parties of San Fulgencio; the PIPN, APSUF, PSOE and the UpyD have signed a joint motion in which they ask the Mayor Carlos Ramirez (PP) for the suspension of the project for works in Sector 2, El Oasis, and the suspension of the collection of the fees that the residents of the El Oasis urbanisation are having to pay. In the document they state that the ‘Plan Especial’ could be illegal as the details of the General Urban Development Plan (PGOU) have been modified.
The problem arose because a technical report, which was written in answer to a letter from a resident in October 2014, explained that there were irregularities in the area of Sector 2 because they did not coincide with the General Plan. The councillors of the Opposition reminded everyone that an urbanistic project can never modify the details of the General Urban Development Plan. The proposal that the PP has to accept or overturn (as it has a full majority) is to stop all works and collection of payments until a modification to the General Urban Development Plan has been made.
The Opposition Groups have also presented a document to the town hall that was signed by Samantha Jayne Hull, Rosario Mejias (PIPN), Alejandro Sampere, Dennis Pilkington (PSOE) and Joel Noche (UpyD) in which they ask for three reports: from the Secretary, from a member of the Technical Department and from the Treasurer, regarding the situation of rubbish collection, that the town hall is paying to the company GINSSA ‘without a current contract.’ This company handles the cleaning and collection of solid waste, as well as the UTE Sice-Inditec who are responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the green and garden areas of San Fulgencio.
In the document they warn that there may be an alleged crime of obstruction of justice and misuse of public funds because they are not fulfilling the terms of the initial contract (which has already expired).