| He has also asked her to collaborate to send the project for the recovery of the left bank to the Ministry of Ecological Transition of the Segura | The Mayor of Archena, Patricia Fernández, has visited the Government Delegate in Murcia, José Vélez, this morning to ask him, among other matters, for collaboration to fight against the illegal occupation of homes, as well as asking him to replace and replace the number of Civil Guard agents who worked in the municipality.
The Mayor taking advantage of this meeting, requested at the request of Fernández, has also asked him to incorporate more agents from this security force until the Archena barracks staff is completed.The first municipal authority, after this meeting, has been satisfied, since the Government Delegate has assured him that he will work to achieve the expansion of the current staff of the Civil Guard in the Archena Barracks.
"The issue of security is one of the issues that continues to concern this Mayor and the Municipal Government Team at this time," said the first mayor after the interview.
"It is an urgent request, since in recent years there has been a significant deficit of agents of the Armed Institute in the municipality.
Likewise, the Delegate has committed to the Mayor that this institution will fight against the illegal occupation of houses in the municipality" , has also explained."I am very grateful for the results of this meeting with the representative of the Government of the Nation in the Region, since he is committed to carrying out these requests that are so worrying Archeneros in recent months," said Patricia Fernández , who has also assured that "it has also received, committing to work on it on the request to carry out the environmental recovery project on the left bank of the Segura River.
Project that will collaborate to raise it to the Ministry of Ecological Transition."Finally, Fernández announced that "the Delegate has also assured me that he will attend the next local Security Board to be held in Archena, together with the corresponding members of the Civil Guard and Local Police"
Source: Ayuntamiento de Archena