Véjar’s PSOE has presented two proposals for the next plenary session: “a new health center and improving road safety in Canada Ancha.”
Socialists argue that “since the announcement and subsequent closure of the health center, more than a year ago, we have heard many promises and declarations, but none of them are binding.”
The PSOE recalls that “only thanks to civic pressure, it was decided to temporarily locate the clinic in a municipal location instead of referring patients to Hare La Janda. Now the same citizens tired of the lack of facilities Taxes have started asking: health center, when?
In this sense, they continue to date, there has not even been a tender for the demolition process of the old center, not to mention the drafting of the project and the construction of the new ambulance. There is no item earmarked for this purpose in the Andalusian budget.
In view of this, the Municipal Socialist Group called for “measures aimed at recovering the quality of health care provided to citizens”: an urgent meeting of the mayor and representatives of the opposition with the Minister of Health of the Junta de Andalucia- With an institutional announcement from the city the council of Vejer urged the board to accelerate the demolition procedures, the drafting of the project and the construction of the new health centre.
PSOE’s second proposal echoes a demand from residents of Canada Ancha concerning road safety.
Neighbors have warned that “at the intersection connecting the height of Venta El Rayo and the Libreros road, vehicles often exceed the established speed limit, which is a serious problem for residents of the area as well as other road users. as well as customers from nearby establishments”.
Thus, the Socialists urged the Junta de Andalucía to introduce speed bands or other speed deterrent measures in the section between the industrial estate and the Cañada Ancha district, as well as in the first meter of the Los Liberros highway.
The next measure involved the installation by the Board and the City Council of mirrors that allow optimum visibility in the most conflicting points, thus improving road safety in an area through which hundreds of vehicles pass daily, in addition to trucks. Buses.