The Local Government Board has approved this morning the agreement between the two institutions; on the one hand, the City Council of Alcoy and on the other, the Civil Guard so that the headquarters, at this moment in Ibi, returns to the Alcoy municipality. Once the agreement is approved 50,000 euros will be released to improve the facilities on Juan Gil-Albert street.
The planned improvements will be the creation of a weapons deposit for storage and control since, with the extension of the services provided by the Weapons Intervention, this becomes necessary. It will also act in the distribution network of drinking water that needs a renewal when it finds itself in a provisional state that does not meet the minimum conditions, with air conductions exposed to atmospheric agents.
The Councilor for Security, Raul Llopis, highlights the intense task that the government has developed to promote the educational, cultural and basic services capital of Alcoy: “In the respect for justice and security, on the one hand, we have unified and given a new location of the courts and, on the other hand, we have opened a second police station in the centre of the city, both pending actions for decades. We have also signed the agreement with the Ministry of the Interior, recovering thousands of square meters for the people of Alcoy from the Aviation Colony after more than 70 years, and now, we will get the Civil Guard headquarters back to Alcoy. ” Llopis has also highlighted the increase of cultural capital of Alcoy with the opening of the IVAM CADA ALCOI, the new campus of the University of Alicante or the forthcoming opening of the third University Campus, in this case, of the Catholic University in the College of San Vicente de Paul.
Once the agreement is approved, it must be signed, a fact that is expected to take place during the first weeks of April so that the agendas of the most responsible parties can coincide. The next step, once the contract is signed, is the tender for the works that will also be carried out by the City of Alcoy. The