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Citizens proposes an infrastructure plan to boost Yecla and its furniture and wood industry (19/09/2018)

"It is necessary to improve the accesses from the highway to the four industrial estates and the more than 1,200 companies that carry out their activities in the city", highlights the regional spokesman, Miguel Sánchez

Ciudadanos has proposed a specific infrastructure plan for Yecla today, in order to continue improving road communications in the town and improve the competitiveness of its furniture and wood industry.

The regional spokesman, Miguel Sanchez, today revealed during his visit to the Furniture Fair the main lines of this plan, which is to end the bottleneck that means access to the A33 highway from the urban area: "We talk about a city of 35,000 inhabitants with four industrial estates and more than 1,200 companies, which is why it is essential to split the road from Villena to the connection with the highway, in addition to significantly improving safety in the northern section, which concentrates many companies and receives a large amount of heavy traffic.

Also, it is also necessary to unfold the southern section of the link, which ends precisely in the fairground, the regional hospital and the bus station "explained Sánchez, who attended the fair accompanied by the local spokesman, Antonio Puche and the orange mayor Raúl Galician.

Sanchez also referred to a "coordinated action among all administrations", and recalled that locally "all these proposals are already presented by our municipal group, while our deputy in Madrid Miguel Garaulet has also registered a Proposition No de Ley to improve access and safety in the northern section ".

At the regional level, Sánchez wants all of these improvements to be presented as a whole and could be present in the next regional budgets.

Sánchez, Puche and Gallego held a meeting with the director of the Furniture Fair, Inmaculada Hernández, to whom they transmitted their unconditional support to the contest, the oldest in Spain;

and the sector in general.

In that line, Citizens included in the past budgets a game of 17 million euros for internationalization and innovation of companies, of which the furniture and wood sector can benefit: "We are concerned that although the money is, the regional government is putting obstacles to this aid and do not end up executing the total aid, as now seems to be happening, "said Miguel Sánchez.

Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia

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