The Molina de Segura City Council is working on the implementation of economic measures to mitigate the effects caused by COVID-19 on companies and families in the municipality, as announced today, Saturday, March 21, the Mayor of the town, Esther Clavero Look.
The Moline Consistory, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, has implemented all the sanitary, social and security measures decreed by the Government of Spain and the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia to prevent and alleviate the effects of this crisis without precedents.
This situation has caused companies, freelancers, SMEs and families to be affected by the losses derived from the lack of activity, partially offset by the recent urgent and extraordinary measures approved by the Government of the Nation.
However, different regional business organizations, such as CROEM and HOSTEMÃR, and local businessmen, have submitted their proposals to the Molina de Segura City Council, which is formulating a set of measures that would compensate for the expenses and losses of our businessmen and merchants, as well as to families;
some of them with immediate application and others that will be adopted once the real scope of the problem has been dimensioned and the available funds have been quantified.
To this end, it will act according to the following premises and will implement the MEASURES detailed:
The Molina de Segura City Council has determined payment to suppliers as a priority service, so that invoice management and payment will be processed with special urgency.
The fiscal calendar will be adapted to the emergency situation.
The modification of the general collection ordinance will be valued to include exceptional situations of deferment and installment payment.
The Molina de Segura City Council will not charge and will return or compensate the public rates and prices for the services not provided, such as nursery schools, sports activities, courses and workshops, etc.
The Molina de Segura City Council will study exemptions and discounts of various rates for those establishments that have had to close according to the provisions of the Alarm Decree, such as occupancy rates of the public highway for tables and chairs, weekly market, the rate of water and garbage, etc.
The Molina de Segura City Council will apply the measures related to other taxes with state legislation, such as the IBI, IVTM or IAE, once they are decreed.
Likewise, the Molina de Segura City Council requires the Government of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia to be sensitive to the demands of its municipalities and to complete the tax measures required by employers, with tax benefits available to their own and assigned taxes, and direct contributions to the City Councils to attend to the emergency situation in the municipal services.
"With this package of extraordinary measures we want the business and commercial sector, and the families of Molinos, to feel supported by their City Council, and to recover as soon as possible in order to recover the normality that this pandemic has taken from us," stated the first mayor, Esther Clavero.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura