The President of CEBAG, accompanied by the President of the Farmers Union Lower Guadalentín and the President of the Association of Artisans, the representative of the Association of Owners of Llano de las Cabras and other executives CEBAG, held last week a meeting with the Mayor of Aledo, Juan José Andreo, where this informed them in detail the content of the revised Urban Plan of Aledo that once was annulled by the Supreme Court of Murcia and then by the Supreme Court approved last August 3 by the Municipal Council of Aledo and that BORM announcement last August 12, is public information for one month period, ending on Monday 12 September.
During the meeting, the Mayor of Aledo, Juan José Andreo, explained in detail the modifications of soil and some urban projects contained in the review of the approved Plan, while acknowledging that maintains essentially the structure designed and approved in 2014 by the former Municipal Corporation PP.
The executives CEBAG moved to the Mayor of Aledo its initial assessment that were not taken into consideration in the revised text now on public display, virtually none of the more than one thousand claims advanced by CEBAG and their associations in June 2014.
Representatives of CEBAG thanked Juan José Andreo his explanations and his attitude of dialogue with those affected, both verbally reiterated the request already made in writing, they proceed to extend by one month the period of public exposure, which ended on Monday 12 September.
All as CEBAG so that one could titrate affected the incidence of this review now proposed, including urging the Mayor to participate in a meeting that CEBAG or any of the associations could celebrate with those affected, as the public exposure initiated in August, had been virtually unnoticed for many affected by holidays and local festivals.
After the meeting the Mayor of Aledo, verbally informed the President of CEBAG available, and the government team of the City of Aledo, to proceed with the extension of the period of public exposure and arguments requested by CEBAG.