"This City Council has not renounced to adhere to the Special Plan for the Protection of Emergencies for Forest Fires in the Region of Murcia (Plan Infomur).
Furthermore, this City Council requested on date and form, on April 30 at 2:00 pm, said accession and, even more, this City Council has been providing the aforementioned service for a couple of weeks, as can be seen in the publications made by the Civil Protection of Eagles ".
These were the words with which the spokesman for the Government Team, Tomás Consentino, wanted to settle the controversy that arose after the statements of the spokesperson for the Municipal People's Group, Eva Reverte, in which he stated that "the Government Team has refused "to be part of the Infomur Plan and to receive the grant of about 7.000 euros for the provision of the aforementioned service. With the shipping record in hand, Consentino has insisted that the City Council requested the formalization of the agreement within the corresponding period; "but, possibly due to the exceptional situation in recent months caused by the COVID-19 crisis, an administrative error occurred by the General Directorate of Citizen Security and Emergencies of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia, which did not he was aware of said shipment.
However, according to the supporting document that this Town Council has of the aforementioned request, the error is already being rectified.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Águilas