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The 2019 budget increases by 167% for the expansion works of the school by the Edifying Plan

El presupuesto del Ayuntamiento de Alfafara por 2019 es de 849.180 euros frente a los 317.406 euros del año pasado, el que representa un incremento del 167%. El motivo principal de esta subida está en la inclusión en el presupuesto –que ya está aprobado- de las obras de ampliación del aulario Álvarez Pons, que pertenece en el Centro Rural Agrupado Mariola-Benicadell, a cargo del Pla Edificando de la Generalitat Valenciana.

En la previsión económica figura una partida de 539.114 euros para la construcción de tres aulas, lavabos y una pista polideportiva, entre otros, en el terreno anexo al actual edificio, situado en la avenida de la Generalitat Valenciana.

El gobierno local se ha reunido recientemente con la directiva del CRA Mariola-Benicadell y con el AMPA para mostrarlos el proyecto y estos representantes han hecho alguna aportación. En estos momentos, los técnicos trabajan al perfilar el documento final antes de la licitación, adjudicación y ejecución de esta actuación de mejora en la infraestructura educativa; un proceso que se desarrollará los próximos meses.

El resto del cómputo anticipado de los gastos e ingresos para este 2019 no varía mucho respecto al presupuesto de 2018, según informan fuentes del ejecutivo local. Hay que destacar que se da una continuidad a partidas que se crearon el año pasado y que están destinadas a la promoción económica en el pueblo como es la ayuda de 3.000 euros para emprendedores.

Permaneciendo positivo

El Consistorio alfafarenc cerró el ejercicio 2018 con un remanente de 152.404 euros. Esta tendencia positiva está dándose en el últimos ciclos económicos, como fue el caso de las cuentas de 2017 con un remanente de 118.686 euros, una parte de los cuales se ha destinado a la instalación de faroles en el camino del Azud y a reparaciones en la red de agua y de caminos rurales.

More than 40 exhibitors will participate this Sunday in the fifth edition of Fireta de Santa Cecília

More than 40 exhibitors will participate this Sunday in the fifth edition of Fireta de Santa Cecília, organized by the City of Alfafara. The vendors will open at 10 am to present a wide range of crafts, gastronomy and solidarity. Thus, visitors can find in the paradetes located Mateta nougat, mermelades, candied fruit, honey and sausage from the town of Alfafara, craft bags, jewelry, knives, wicker baskets and esparto, ceramics, olive oil alfafarenca, craft beer , wine, vermouth, cheeses, …

The fair, also, will have the collaboration of local associations such as Cáritas with fair market products and solidarity, the Alzheimer’s Association with the traditional fried coquettes, the Housewives of Alfafara or the Valencian Fund for Solidarity. And, to gather strength, there will also be exhibitors who will offer to eat.

In addition to this market, several activities will also be held. At 11 o’clock there will be a batucada in the park, at 12 o’clock an oil tasting by Socapma at the Social Center La Mateta, at 13 o’clock the presentation of the book “La guerra de los sendas” by Rafa Segura at the Social Center La Mateta and at 5:00 pm, Dani Miquel will perform at the El Patronato Cultural Center.

More than 40 people go through the Pantanet and the Cuevas de la Arena de Alfafara in the Vuelta a la Mariola

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Alfafara brings together more than 40 hikers for the autumn edition of the Vuelta a la Mariola

La Vuelta a la Mariola made a stop last Saturday in Alfafara to show the Pantanet and the Arena Caves. Forty five people toured the more than 5 kilometers of the route that connects the urban area with this natural area, located north of the municipal area.

The tour started from the Plaza de España, in front of the Town Hall, to continue along the old Xitxarra train, and parallel to the ravine, until reaching the Pantanet river. Then, the road took the participants to the mill, a construction located near the river, which dates from the seventeenth century and served to grind the grain. A path led the attendants to the top of the Pantanet where they stopped for lunch.

Behind the recess, the march was resumed until the Cuevas de la Arena. The hikers knew these caves of clay soil, of which it is unknown what was its utility as well as the construction, although it is thought that they were formed by the erosion of wind and water.

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The walk continued through the fields of Carbonell, passing through the Solana and on the way, again, back to the village. This was the completion of another fall edition of the Vuelta a la Mariola, organized by the Serra de Mariola association and the Alfafara City Council, which will permetrate visitors – coming from Alicante, Alcoi or Bocairent – to discover this natural heritage Alfafarenc.

Alfafara opens bath season

Alfafara has premiered this weekend the swimming season in the municipal swimming pool, located behind the Patronato. Many neighbors have already gone through this installation, this year, presents improvements and developments behind an investment of more than 25,000 euros by the Provincial Council of Alicante and the City Council.

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In the last months some works were carried out to change the pavement of “gresite” of the glass and also the replacement of the access scales. Likewise, during the winter season the pool was covered with a quilt that has kept the water and new furniture has been acquired as hammocks.

To know all the information of the prices of the fertilizers for this bathing season, as well as the rules of the swimming pool, visit our section of the  Municipal swimming pool of Alfafara

The pool has opened its doors coinciding with the first weekend of summer and will be operational until the end of August from Monday to Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm.

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Finally, the City Council reminds you that you must comply with the rules of use of the service and wish users a good bathing season.

 

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