The mayor of Cieza, Pascual Lucas, accompanied by the councilors for Citizen Participation and Health, Conchi Villa and Francisco Saorín, respectively, visited the new facilities this Thursday, with only a few details left for their set-up.The construction concluded a few days ago, the work being already received by the City Council.The works have consisted of a performance in the abandoned animal collection facilities located in the Ascoy industrial estate.
The current enclosure of the zoological nucleus is located on a 2,510 m2 plot which is accessed through the extension of Calle del Chicharra.Actions have been carried out to consolidate, adapt, improve and expand the previous infrastructure.
The work has involved the expansion of cheniles, for which the row of module 1 has been doubled, a small construction as an area for washing animals and a cat flap.Likewise, an intervention has been carried out in the sanitation area, since the previous one was saturated with solids and with breaks.
Regarding the repair of cheniles, a comprehensive intervention has been carried out based on the demolition of the previous work.
In addition, conditioning has been carried out on the pavement and access doors have been replaced in the treatment room and toilet and repair of the outdoor area for animal bathing.The project was drafted by a municipal technician and set a tender price of 101,444.67 euros and an execution period of six months, with a warranty period of one year from the date of the provisional acceptance certificate.Lucas pointed out that "it is a reason for joy to complete facilities that have long been in demand by citizens.
There has been a democratic response to this need through participatory budgeting.
We are in the final phase, there are only a few details left.
The center has all the infrastructure for the care of animals.
"The alderman congratulated Villa and Saorín for the achievement of this project.For its part, the Councilor for Citizen Participation, was pleased that the reality of the new zoo center "shows that the democratic procedure of participatory budgets is a living tool that values ??the management of the City Council in terms of its relationship and attention to the neighbors.Finally, Saorín recalled that, with the same, "in addition to complying with what the citizens voted for through the Participatory Budgets for 2019, there is a response to a repeated demand from the animal community.
The facility has 31 cheniles that can house two animals each.
The kennel starts operating next week through the company that the City Council has hired for this purpose.
"A continuous improvement project that started during the last legislature through the Department of Citizen Participation, and which currently continues to have the support of citizens through participatory budgets, which have once again endowed this project with improvement of a new economic item to continue expanding facilities and services in a next second phase of action.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza