The Mar Menor Law, as well as the next initiatives to be developed in agriculture, commerce and handicrafts, have centered the meeting between the mayor of the municipality of Fuente Álamo, Juana María Martínez, and the president of COEC, Ana Correa.
During the meeting, the incidence and effects that the Law of the Mar Menor will have on the municipality of Fuente Álamo has been addressed.
In this sense, the mayor has defended the livestock sector of the municipality "which has been greatly affected by the new decree law of the Mar Menor", announcing the launch of a chair, together with the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT), to study the permeability of slurry rafts to show that they do not contaminate the aquifer or the Mar Menor.
In the words of Juana María Martínez, it is about "washing the image of the sector".
On the other hand, the municipality of Fuente Álamo and COEC have tried initiatives that value small businesses in the municipality to give them visibility and encourage purchase in small businesses.
In addition, the mayor has exposed to the president of COEC some of the activities that are going to be launched during the next months, such as the Agriculture Fair, scheduled for March;
or the Trade and Handicraft Fair, which will take place at the end of May and will be supported by COEC and Campoder.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Fuente Álamo