The mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, and the territorial delegate for Equality, Social Policies and Conciliation, María Dolores Fernández, held a coordination meeting that Wednesday to continue making the resources available to both administrations available to the citizens who need it most. At the meeting, which took place in the Consistory, actions such as the future public residence for the elderly of the municipality, currently in tender; care programs for the most vulnerable and the activities of the Active Participation Centers, among others.
“We have dealt with the mechanisms for reinforce coordination and speed at the time of carrying out all the processing of the projects “, explained the councilor, who added that the regional Administration” is making a great effort to update the requests that exist around the minimum income or in terms of to benefits for those who need support because their circumstances require it and the law allows it ”.
The mayor highlighted the “good disposition of the Andalusian Government in matters of social policies in the city, as happens in other areas such as health or education, which require cooperation between both administrations ”.
For her part, the territorial delegate also stressed the need to “carry out this coordination work because it is essential in terms of social policies.” “The institutional loyalty that the Marbella City Council and the Junta de Andalucía it is essential to carry out actions for the benefit of citizens ”, Fernández stressed.
After the meeting with the mayor, he also held a meeting with staff from the delegation of Social Rights, to see the operation of the ERACIS unit, and Active Participation Centers. In this case, he pointed out that “the October 1 is Elder’s Day and we have planned a week of activities in them to try to encourage the most vulnerable group and how badly it has been during the pandemic and who need that social contact and return to normality ”, he concluded.