“The businesses of our city do not want loans or alms, but real and effective aid that allows them to continue working instead of being doomed to an imminent closure”, has valued Spain, who has recalled that in recent months the establishments ” they have been immersed in an extreme situation that it is necessary to reverse so that our city continues to have one of its main poles of dynamization and job creation ”.
The councilor of the Popular Municipal Group in the City Council of Castellón María España has asked the Amparo Marco government team to “promote” “ambitious, imaginative and effective” campaigns to save the turnover of the city’s local commerce in the face of dates such as ‘Black Friday’ and the Christmas holidays, in order to “alleviate the large losses of a year that is turning out to be absolutely black and tragic for the sector.”
In this sense, Spain, which together with the councilor of the Popular Municipal Group Susana Fabregat and the representative of the PP in the Council of Commerce of Castellón, Gracia Rodríguez, has launched a round of contacts with the establishments of the city, has influenced in the “need” for the government team to “really get involved so that the traditional establishments in the capital of La Plana, which cannot endure this situation any longer, can increase their sales on these dates that are so significant for the sector and thus try to alleviate its large losses in the face of the abysmal drop in sales due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic ”.
“The businesses of our city do not want loans or alms, but real and effective aid that allows them to continue working instead of being doomed to an imminent closure”, has valued Spain, who has recalled that in recent months the establishments ” they have been immersed in a limit situation that is necessary to reverse so that our city continues to have one of its main poles of dynamization and job creation, which is our trade ”.
Thus, the Popular councilor has also valued that “in these difficult times, the establishments of the center do not need checks that do not even serve to cover expenses such as electricity bills, but real actions that help them get out of this crisis without palliative that is filling our historic center with ‘for sale’ signs and closed shutters ”.
In this regard, it has indicated that “while the establishments see their immediate future with fear and uncertainty, all the proposals that the Hemisphere Municipal Popular Group has presented since the beginning of the pandemic, such as the creation of a specific aid program aimed at the sector , the creation of a commercial bond campaign, the launch of rental assistance, tax credits or access to parking tickets in advantageous conditions, have been crushed without palliative by the ‘roller’ of a government team that continues to ignore the desperate SOS that our local business has been launching for months ”.
For this reason, Spain has appealed to the “need” to implement measures that “encourage purchases in our traditional trade and help effectively to guarantee their survival.”