The candidate of the PP of Malaga to the Andalusian Parliament, Patricia Navarro, visited Benalmádena yesterday and met with the campaign team, where she was accompanied by the local president, Enrique Moya, and the popular spokesman in the City Council, Juan Antonio Lara, under the one that has vindicated the management of the Andalusian Government in Benalmádena, “responding to historical demands and tackling projects abandoned for decades by the PSOE”.
In this way, he has highlighted the actions in educational matters as “priority”, alleging that “the municipality has grown above the average and had ten years of delays in educational matters, with a lack of school places and educational spaces; needs that the PSOE never stopped, being the Government of Juanma Moreno the first that has addressed them in a serious and decisive way”.
Navarro has reported that “the investment effort of the Andalusian Government in educational matters in Benalmádena amounts to 15 million euros, being one of the three municipalities in Malaga where the greatest investment has been made in this matter”, referring to the new institute of Benalmádena Pueblo , in the Retamar area, “a project that involved the construction of a three-line educational center, with 500 educational places and an investment of 6.5 million euros, which is currently in the contracting phase”, he explained, also emphasizing “the project for a new CEIP in Doña María, which already has a plot and for which the project and the execution of the work are already being contracted with an investment of 4.9 million euros, while the expansion of the CEIP Mariana Pineda with four lines has a budget of 2.3 million euros”.
The popular candidate has also pointed out “the expansion of the IES Arroyo de la Miel for 1.2 million euros to locate new training cycles, that of the IES Poetas Andaluces from two to three lines and the commitment made to create two specific classrooms (in the of contracting), while the CEIP Miguel Hernández will have the demanded school canteen and in the CEIP El Tomillar spaces have also been adapted to expand the number of classrooms.
In health matters, Navarro has influenced the commitment of the Andalusian Executive “to comply one hundred percent with the Benalmádena HARE service portfolio, starting by integrating the agencies into the SAS with the aim of incorporating the specialties of Dermatology, Urology and Ophthalmology, in addition to the Endocrinology service and three consultations for Mental Health”.
Finally, Navarro has highlighted that “when we arrived at the Board we found 200 files of beach bars in a drawer and pending resolution or agreements to be able to provide them with legal security and certainty”, abounding in the fact that “80% of those files are already processed, so that five establishments in Benalmádena already have their papers in order to be able to continue developing their activity”.