The placement of the bannera historical relic of the city, and the hoisting of flags on the balcony of the Town Hall have marked the previous day of the Big Day of Marbella, which will be commemorated this Saturday, June 11, in honor of the Patron Saint San Bernabé, as well as members of the Emergency Military Unit (UME) who have participated in the work of extinguishing the Pujerra fire.
The act has been chaired by the mayor, Ángeles Muñozand has had the presence of members of the Corporationamong them, the youngest councilman, Enrique Rodríguez, who has been in charge of waving the municipal emblem.
The councilor stressed that “it is a very special day, within some long-awaited parties by citizens after the return to normality after the pandemic”. Also present at the event responsible for the Corps and Security Forces and the Military Emergencies Unit (UME), which have been working for the definitive control of the Pujerra fire that has affected Benahavís.
Munoz has grateful for the work of all the troops for the extinction of the fire, stabilized and that has passed to level zero, and has underlined the functions developed by the UMEwho also thanked the first mayor and the City Council for the transfer of the Finca de la Caridad for its base of operations, in the hands of Teodoro López Amador, commander of the second battalion of the Military Emergencies Unit.
“The support of civil authorities It is essential to meet our objectives”, he indicated, while explaining that in the firefighting 233 troops have participated in this group and 94 vehicles. “The most gratifying thing about our work is the affection we receive from the people”, he highlighted during his presence at the municipal event for the Fair, and which has continued with Parade of Giants and Big Heads starting from the Plaza de la Victoria .
For his part, councilor Enrique Rodríguez has stressed his “honor and pride” for once again carrying the municipal relic “and celebrating above all that Big Day that commemorates the taking of the city in the year 1485 by King Ferdinand the Catholic without bloodshed.” Likewise, he highlighted the fact that this year “we can meet again with citizens and friends by resuming the festivities after the years of the pandemic.”