The City Council of the State Fund will receive 1.5 million euros to finance five projects in total
The Government of Spain has already paid to 36 municipalities in the region of 126.5 million euros from the State Fund 509 projects that are creating 9,908 jobs
The government has begun to pay 30% final to works already completed under the State Fund in three Spanish cities
The Government delegate, Rafael González Tovar, and the mayor of Fortuna, Matías Carrillo, presented this morning the project preparation and development of the plot municipal public facilities.
This work is funded entirely by the Local Investment Fund with 890,830 euros and create 105 direct jobs.
The plot of public facilities in which they carry out the refurbishment works has an area of 18,500 square meters and is situated in the hamlet "Machuca", west of Fortuna, an area of widening the road between Fortuna MU-411 -Archena and the A-17-La Fortuna Garapacho in this plot is planned for the future construction of a new public school and a new multipurpose social service center.
The planned measures are put focus on the plot of public facilities through the necessary earthwork to accommodate the planned buildings, the burial of a medium voltage power line across the plot, the provision of electric power in medium voltage networks water and sanitation, construction and paving of access roads, planting trees on sidewalks and signage.
The works, which have already begun, is scheduled to end on September 15, 2009.
Moreover, the government delegate explained that this is one of the five projects submitted by the City of Fortuna and the State Fund which will receive 1.5 million euros for funding.
Once awarded the project, the Ministry of Planning Policy and proceeded to pay 70 percent of each of the respective budgets, 1.1 million euros.
The five projects will generate a total of 131 jobs, 100 people involved on the company's workforce and 31 start-ups.
González Tovar explained that the other four projects will involve the State Fund in Fortuna paving cobblestone streets by Piedad, La Cruz, San Miguel, Santa Teresa and other side streets to them.
The actions will allow the removal of architectural barriers thanks to the lifting of the paving of existing sidewalks so that the streets affected are on one level without the presence of slopes and steps to the existing sidewalk.
These four projects will involve an investment of 691,000 euros.
The Local Investment Fund to date
Moreover, the government delegate pointed out that until today, the Ministry of Planning Policy has been transferred to 36 municipalities in the region EUR 126,595,961, corresponding to 509 projects have received funding for the 70 percent of the total payment projects.
The delegate pointed out that 30% will be issued upon completion of each performance and worth the investment with the Government of Spain.
In this sense, González Tovar explained that this week and were paid late work in three Spanish cities.
"Everything is being carried out with great speed and efficiency, the delegate stated" The Government is meeting its commitments in a timely manner, first by paying 70 percent of each project, once they are awarded by the municipalities, and then paying the remaining 30 percent, to finish the works and submit the relevant certificates. "
With regard to jobs created so far González Tovar explained that already have generated 9,908 direct jobs.
In this latter regard, the delegate explained that the number of jobs created and financed the works awarded the Local Investment Fund, to date, is much higher than originally planned, so finally it is estimated that the number of posts of work is of some 12,000 jobs.
Tovar Gonzalez recalled that the Region of Murcia has been the recipient of 246.3 M â‚¬ of this fund and once the presentation phase project has been approved 673 projects submitted by the 45 municipalities in the region.
It has also made reference to the autonomy with which the councils have selected their projects, addressing the needs of their municipality as well as employment generation, which initially was estimated at about 8,715 jobs and depending on the duration of works in a 1,116,205 hours of work and hopefully will be overcome.
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia