In the plenary session held last Thursday night at the Javea Town Hall, the Socialist Party asked the mayor about the efforts she undertook last July to clarify the origin of the spills that have forced the city to close three times this summer. Arenal Beach and to keep the rest of the corporation and tourism entrepreneurs informed about this important topic.
José Chulvi, as spokesperson for the PSOE of Xàbia, criticized that in July, Rosa Cardona He assured that "he would call an urgent Tourism Council: a month later he has not done so. That the results of the analyzes carried out by the contracted company were going to be public and since August 4 not a single one has been posted on the municipal website. In addition, he stated that he would convene the meeting of spokespersons to keep us up to date with any developments and zero news this month.
Likewise, the socialist spokesman added that "it was said that a specialized company would be urgently hired to scan the Arenal rainwater and sanitation network and in a month no contract has been signed in this regard."
Given these questions, The mayor explained the origin of the spills "and he gave us the reason, although a year later, that it was not from the emissary." The problem is in the stormwater network that drains into the Fontana Canal.
The Socialists criticize that this explanation was made only because they asked, “but no documents have been shown to us, nor any technical report that accompanies it and without even telling us who is doing that investigation. Where are the reports? Why hasn't the Board of Spokesmen been convened to show them if there are any? Can anyone believe the mayoress like that?
From the PSOE they affirm that the response to the Arenal “is just an example of the disorganization of the government team and the lack of seriousness with which they take the plenary sessions. "You cannot give half explanations, without technical rigor and failing to fulfill all the commitments made in the previous plenary session on Arenal."
From the PSOE of Xàbia they provide all their support to the government to solve this public health problem, "at no time have we made any statement that damages the image of our beach or our City Council."