The Andalusian Government delegate in Malaga, Patricia Navarro, highlighted this Thursday the “great work carried out by the Estepona Town Hall to turn this city into a benchmark of quality of lifegenerator of employment opportunities and economic stability”, as well as it has guaranteed the support of the Board to improve services.
This has been highlighted by the regional representative in the first institutional visit he has made to the municipality of Estepona after the constitution of the town halls after the local elections, where she has been accompanied by the mayor, José María García Urbano.
Navarro has guaranteed the support of the Andalusian Government and institutional collaboration to improve the services and life of the neighbors and visitors to this town, valuing that Estepona “will be able to close the circle of the great city it has become” and highlighting “stability as a synonym of growth”.
In the case of this town on the Costa del Sol, the population increase It has been accompanied by a drop in unemployment – 7.49% compared to the month of June last year, placing it at the head of the municipalities with more than 50,000 inhabitants with the least unemployment in Andalusia and with the best employment data in the last 14 years, according to official statistics.
The delegate has affirmed that the figures reveal the degree of “well-being, progress and prosperity that Estepona has reached, that it has grown in opportunities and, in a way, is the epicenter of the projection of Andalusia as an autonomous community”.
Likewise, the highest representative of the Andalusian Government in the province has endorsed the efforts of the City Council to turn Estepona into a axis of sustainable and quality tourism and has discussed with the mayor the pending remains in the town.
Thus, Navarro has confirmed that the Andalusian Administration will continue with the work for “the complete recovery of Sierra Bermeja; the integration of the port in the city, with saving measures in the improvements of the facilities; the creation and expansion of educational centers; the improvement of sanitary services and the guarantee of water resources, “for which we also have the commitment and invaluable collaboration of the City Council”.
“Without water there is no life or economy, and it is something that affects not only the primary sector, which we already see, but also tourism, the great industry of the Andalusian economy and a source of job creation, for which it is highly appreciated.” the proactivity of the Estepona City Council to provide solutions and help”, indicated Navarro.