The biggest cut occurs in the allocation to local groups, which is reduced by 10%, which now adds a drop of 20% in one year
It has also been decreased by 5% allocation to the council not released for attending plenary sessions and committees
In the boom years maintained a strict austerity, there still spend much less than in other municipalities that are now applying higher sales
The expenses of the City government are now 10% lower than a year ago.
The full yesterday, the first of the new mandate approved a further reduction of 5% of these items had already been cut for twelve months.
The biggest cut has occurred in the allocation to political groups represented municipal, which yesterday fell by 10%, which already totals a reduction of 20% in one year.
It has also reduced staff hired for the political groups.
The group with the responsibilities of government happens to have four complete system contracted and one-time, two full-time employees, another 70% and a further 30% (the latter two advisory work cabinet mayor).
The opposition groups are the same: a full-time and hired another part-time for the PSOE, and a full-time for IU.
The mayor, meanwhile, has a secretary.
Regarding the responsibilities of government councilors, three have been released (get a fixed salary per month) full-time and four part-time.
The remaining five will not be paid.
Meanwhile, with regard to the councilors of the opposition, each group will have a part-time councilman released.
The salaries of these councilors released both the government and the opposition remain frozen after a year ago and were cut by between 6% and 8%.
Meanwhile, the council without any release will be reduced by 5% the remuneration they receive for attendance at plenary sessions and commissions.
Each council is not released, for example, you receive 97 euros for attendance at a full, 79 for a governing board and 39 by a committee briefing.
Released Councillors receive no remuneration for these items.
All of these measures passed yesterday is a total reduction of 5% in the costs of all the governing bodies of City Hall.
Around 10% if one takes into account the cuts already adopted a year ago.
The first deputy mayor, Mark Ortuño, remember that the City of Yecla and maintained a strict policy of austerity in government spending during the boom years.
"Hence, even now are hearing major cuts in other municipalities, however much reduced still well above what we spend."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla