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Redován requests to the Autonomic Ministry to create bike lanes that link the town with Orihuela and Callosa

  • The sections go from the Puente Alto to the access to Redován and from El Rincón to the entrance to the neighboring municipality of Callosa

The Councilor for Infrastructure of the Redován City Council, Ramón López, has received a visit from Enrique del Río, head of the territorial service of the Department of Public Works in the province of Alicante, together with the road conservation technician Rosana Climent and Pedro Mora , Technical Medium of Public Works of the Generalitat. The regional authorities wanted to know how the bike lane works at the entrance to Redován through the Oriolana district of La Campaneta are progressing. The mayor has taken the opportunity to request the execution of new works to improve road safety in access to the town, specifically from the Puente Alto area where the municipal government also wants to execute a section of bike lane of about one kilometer.

Ramón López explained that “the Generalitat Public Works managers have been asked to study for the implementation of a bike lane or, if this is not possible, the installation of steel, from the Puente Alto area, on the road that connects Orihuela with Redován, towards the urban area of ​​the municipality ”. The councilor has specified that an equal action is requested “from the departure from the El Rincón neighborhood to the neighboring town of Callosa.” This last section with an approximate length of 200 meters. In López’s opinion, both “actions would be very beneficial and would help to improve the displacement of Redovanenses in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way. At the same time, it has stressed that “access to Redován would be made safer for bicycle users.”

The meeting also had the objective of reviewing the evolution of the works to extend the cycle lane route along the CV-919 La Campaneta-Redován, which began last September to the town’s urban center. The works are progressing well and are expected to be completed in mid-October, allowing bicycles to circulate in two directions on the four-meter wide lane.

Work has begun on the bicycle lane next to the CV-919 to extend its route to the town centre of Redován

  • It is 450 metres long and four metres wide and will allow bicycles to travel in both directions to the town

The Department of Infrastructure of Redován City Council, which is headed by Ramón López, has reported on the work that the Regional Ministry of Territorial Policy, Public Works and Mobility is carrying out in the municipality to extend the CR-919 La Campaneta-Redován cycle path, with the town centre.

Until now, this area of circulation for cyclists ended at the beginning of the Avenida de la Constitución, surrounding the roundabout. Now, “and with the completion of the last 450 metres, it will allow uninterrupted traffic for the users of this means of transport”, explained the councillor, “which will allow double traffic in the three metres wide lane”. It will be four metres wide to allow two-way traffic for bicycles.

The work, which will cost approximately 170,000 euros, has been paid for by the Road Conservation Area of the Regional Ministry and is expected to be completed by mid-October. As explained by López, the development of this action also includes the installation of a separation kerb of approximately one metre, to protect road users and prevent vehicles travelling on the road from invading the cycle lane.

“We are grateful to the Regional Ministry of Public Works for the work that is being done to unify this section of cycling track with the urban centre of Redován”, said the mayor, “and which helps us as a municipality to evolve towards a cleaner environment, by committing to a sustainable means of transport such as the bicycle”, he added.

The Redován City Council receives more than 57,000 euros in grants from the Alicante Provincial Council

  • The aids will be aimed at actions such as alleviating the effects of Covid-19 in businesses and SMEs, the economic promotion of the municipality or the protection of the natural environment of Redován, among others

The Redován City Council has received in the last days 57,390 euros from the Alicante Provincial Council in concept of subsidies. These grants are aimed at various areas, ranging from the protection of the natural environment of the municipality, the promotion of the economic activity of businesses and entrepreneurs in the municipality, treatments against the proliferation of insects or the improvement of urban gardens.

The largest amounts to a total of 39,127 euros and will be used to minimize the impact of Covid-19 in SMEs, mycropymes, small companies and professional self-employed in the municipality that suspended their activity during the state of alarm or decreased their average turnover in the months of April and May compared to the previous semester. The grant will be aimed at defraying current expenses derived from the health crisis such as rentals, requests for consultancy and advice, interest on loans requested or the rental of commercial vehicles of companies established in the municipality. The bases of the aid are in the drafting process and will be published soon so that they can be requested by the merchants of the municipality.

Another of these grants, which amounts to a total of 7,653 euros, will be divided into two lines of action: the one aimed at supporting the holding of fairs and events in the municipality, which will subsidize 58.33% of the cost of the Christmas fair last year in Redován with 7,000 euros, and another of 653 euros for its economic promotion. Thus, they will be destined to pay for 90% of the course on food handlers, allergen management and security against Covid-19, aimed at working and unemployed personnel, which will take place on October 6 in the assembly hall of the Ricardo Ruiz Poveda sociocultural center.

The Redovanense Consistory will also receive all of the aid of 4,924 euros for the maintenance and conservation of natural areas of the municipality such as the Sierra de Redován, along with 2,540 euros (68.85% of the subsidy) to carry out control treatments of Diptera insects in its municipal area. Likewise, the provincial body has also awarded 3,145 euros to the City Council, from which 90% of the amount of the installation of banks and wastebaskets in the municipal urban garden will be subsidized.

The mayor, Nely Ruiz, wanted to acknowledge the work of the City Council workers, “who are the ones who, thanks to their work and dedication, carry out the application and processing to be eligible for these grants”, as well as thanking the collaboration to the Provincial Council of Alicante with its contributions, “which will be applied to help and improve the life and environment of the people of Redova as much as possible”.

Redován approves in the Municipal Plenary a new ordinance regulating coexistence

• The regulations will monitor actions in the field of urban cleanliness and other issues such as control and possession of animals, gambling and begging
• The fines for depositing waste out of containers and public spaces are up to 1.500 euros, and are up to 18.000 infractions for animal abuse

The Redován Municipal Plenary, held online on Monday, June 8th, gave the green light to the 2020 budget, approved with twelve votes in favor and one abstention from the Municipal Corporation. During this plenary session, the project for the Municipal Ordinance for Neighborhood Cleaning and Coexistence was also approved, a norm that aims to “create a normative framework with which to promote civility in the public spaces of Redován, while establishing both norms of conduct and sanctions”, has informed the mayor, Nely Ruiz. As explained by the mayor, “it was a matter of preparing legislation to regulate those points that tend to be most conflictive in coexistence between residents of a municipality, such as issues of urban cleanliness or the keeping of pets” .

The ordinance also introduces a table of sanctions that, depending on the offenses and their severity, may reach up to 1,500 euros and, in the case of abuse and animal abandonment offenses, could exceed a 18,000 euro fine.

One of the points in which they have most wanted to influence has been the need to care for and keep clean “spaces that we all enjoy, such as the parks or the recreational area of La Ermita, and to deposit the different waste in the containers and designated places for it ”, indicated the councilor for Municipal Services, Ramón López. The mayor has insisted on the prohibition of leaving belongings or debris in public spaces, “a practice unfortunately very common in some areas of the municipality,” he added, that in this new regulation they are considered serious, and that may result in fines up to 1.500 euros.

Obligation of the owners to keep the lots clean

The City Council seeks to regulate, in the same way, the correct maintenance of the private plots in Redován, “eliminating excessive vegetation and ensuring their deratization and periodic disinfection, to avoid as far as possible situations that endanger the health of the neighbors ”, added López. In this regard, the City Council already started a land plot maintenance plan last March, sending “more than a hundred letters to owners in the urban area, in order for them to clean it to keep it in an optimal state of sanitation”, has indicated José Nájar, who has explained that with this ordinance “it is intended that the owners of the plots become aware of their obligation to keep the land in optimal health and hygiene conditions”, proceeding to sanction any owner who does not comply with this obligation civic. This avoids the City Council “having to send numerous notice notices year after year, which represents a great financial outlay and work, in addition to serious damage to neighboring neighbors with very neglected land,” he added.
Other conducts regulated in this new regulation will be the prohibition of performing stunts on urban furniture, the consumption of beverages on public roads, aggressive begging attitudes or the consumption of alcohol on public roads.
On the other hand, and in the section dedicated to domestic animals, the ordinance expressly prohibits abandonment and animal abuse, forcing them to be kept “in adequate hygiene, safety and care conditions, as well as their identification and inscription in the municipal census, and also respecting the regulations for possession of dangerous animals ”, reported Nájar. The regulations include the obligation to collect and clean the pets’s feces, another of the conflictive points in the coexistence between neighbors, to avoid staining the façades of the buildings.

The Department of Municipal Services closes the mandate with a positive balance in the work done to “improve the day to day of the residents of Redován”

Francisco Martínez emphasizes that his department works hand in hand with the rest of the areas of the City Council in the realization of any event

The Councilor for Municipal Services, Works and Parks and Gardens of the City Council of Redován, Francisco Martínez, today took stock of the mandate at the head of a department that, as he himself highlighted, “carries out all the tasks aimed at having the people of Redova services, the environment and amenities they deserve in their daily lives. ” Martinez has been accompanied in his appearance by the mayor, Emilio Fernandez, who has highlighted “the necessary involvement of the departments that during this mandate has directed Francisco Martínez in virtually all the organization of events in our municipality in addition to the work of each of they”.

The mayor recalled that until January 1, when the new water and sewer service contract of Redován entered into force, it has been his area that has been responsible for this management, “something that has taken us a large part of our time and effort. ” As an example, he has set up the cleaning and repairs of the sewage and rainwater network, “a daily challenge taking into account the conditions of the land in Redován, with the mountain, the barrages and the runoffs”.

Municipal Services has assumed, among others, the works of accessibility, maintenance of sidewalks, curbs, potholes, covers and sewer and storm drains, as well as any damage that has appeared on the streets, while in parks and gardens Francisco Martínez has spoken of the tasks of pruning, planting and irrigation, as well as the control of pests and fumigations. Enabling the operation of municipal sources or children’s games in these leisure and recreation spaces has been the subject of the work of the area, as well as the control and elimination of pests. “It seems that no, but the work of disinfection, disinfestation and deratization is very important,” said the mayor, who added that not only is important “but essential to maintain cleanliness and healthiness in our streets and below them.”

“It has been necessary the work of many people, teammates, technicians of this house and workers of the brigade, professionals who every day do everything possible and are dedicated to the welfare of citizenship.” In this way he has spoken of the collaboration and help of the Local Police in the Department of Signaling, from where the painting of streets, parking areas, placement and replacement of traffic signs, etc. is managed.

In the cemetery section cleaning and maintenance has been carried out as well as citizen attention to any questions, while in public lighting has been launched telemanagement and maintenance of equipment and lighting, as well as coordination with the company in charge of repairs and improvements. “We develop the work that allows problems, large or small day to day, are resolved quickly and effectively”, while Martinez has reported other specific actions such as the finishing, painting and placement of drains of the steeple of Barrio San Carlos, the painting of the fronton court and other sports facilities, the agreement with the company that performs the collection of domestic oil, the improvements in different places such as Francisco Ferrer, where the calisthenics zone or the Valencian and Príncipe Community squares were installed of Asturias, “but above all we emphasize the cooperation with the different councils in the preparation of festive, cultural or sports activities”.

Francisco Martinez has outlined the “horizontality” of the Department of Municipal Services “because it shares work and needs with other areas, covering their needs.” Finally it has concluded with the actions carried out in Health, with different repairs in the medical office, replacement of furniture as well as the campaigns that have been developed in collaboration with other administrations.

Redován will choose to win the Recycling Challenge, which aims to increase selective collection by 20%

The campaign launched by Ecoembes, the Generalitat Valenciana and the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium brings to Redován several activities on the 31st

Redován 5/23/2018. The ‘Challenge of Recycling’ will reach Redován on May 31, a campaign launched by Ecoembes, the Generalitat Valenciana and the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium, which poses a competitive challenge to the residents of the municipalities belonging to the Consortium, a post Whoever increases the recycling of containers that are deposited in the yellow and blue containers will receive a prize.

The councilman of Municipal Services, Francisco Martinez, explained that what is sought “is to increase the figures of recycling by 20%, and the municipality that recycle more will get a cash prize of 6,000 euros to be allocated to one of the four entities of a social nature that have given us the choice and which are Caritas, Food Bank, Association against Cancer and Alzheimer’s Help Foundation “.

Martínez Mazón has indicated that on May 31, a team from the ‘Recycling Challenge’ will visit Redován “and will be deployed to different points of our town”. The animations will be in the Plaza Miguel Hernández, Plaza de la Paz, Medical Center, Center for the Third Age, Ramón y Cajal Street and Juan Carlos I Street, while an informative talk will also take place at the IES Jaime de Sant Ángel.

The mayor has encouraged the people of Cordoba to participate in this challenge “because with this action we all win, the entity of a social nature that is awarded, but we must bear in mind that the more we recycle, the environment wins and therefore, we and all the generations that come from behind, to which we must try to leave a better world. ” For this reason, he added, “it is important that on the 31st we go to know this campaign and the benefits it has but that from now we can contribute to increase those recycling figures”. The ‘Challenge of Recycling’ will be ongoing until August 31, and will be from there when it is determined which municipalities have exceeded and therefore opt for the prize.

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