Redován 10/27/2017 The average period of payment to suppliers is reduced again in the City Council of Redován during the third quarter of the year. Based on data recently validated by the Ministry of Finance, the Consistory has paid in the last three months a total amount of 574,061 euros which has paid to companies working for the local administration in an average term of 8.41 days.
Councilor for Finance, Adrián Ballester, recalls that the period of payment of invoices has been gradually reduced during the current corporate mandate, going from an average of 44 days in 2015 to 11 days last February and until achieving arrive at 8.41 days of the quarter that has just ended. Ballester said that “not only has it been possible to comply with the law, but we have managed to reduce the deadlines to the maximum, becoming one of the municipalities that is less effective in making payments throughout the province.” Thus, he assures that this is the “obligation of any government to the companies with which it works, to which we have to generate confidence by paying for the work done in the shortest period of time possible.”
As a matter of fact, in 2011 it took 483 days to comply with this obligation to pay for the work done for the municipality, “it was something that we could not tolerate, so we set ourselves the target and now we can say with satisfaction that we have fulfilled it a lot “, concluded the head of the local redovanense treasury.
On the other hand, the Councilor for Citizen Participation, recalled that Monday is the last day to vote on proposals that have been finalists in the Participatory Budget launched since the Consistory last August. At the moment, the proposals that have obtained the most votes are those related to launching a series of scholarships for musical studies and the eradication of the allochthonous flora of the Sierra de Redován. Adrián Ballester remembers that the voting can be through the page https://presupuesto.redovan.es/ or personally in the City council, and that the commitment of the local government is to include the most votes in the budgets of 2018.