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"The City Council violates the law of protection and defense of companion animals and its own municipal ordinance" (21/02/2018)

Likewise, Citizens asks to review the current agreement with SPANDY, since the one in force places all the economic responsibility of the service in the Association.

In Citizens consider that the City takes years in breach of the Law on protection and defense of companion animals, in addition to its own Municipal Ordinance that yes requires to meet the neighbors, so it has submitted a requirement to the mayor to report and explain many of the problems detected.

The City Council is obliged by law to collect and guard abandoned animals, keeping them in good hygienic-sanitary conditions, giving them preventive treatment and providing them with adequate food and shelter.

"However, the municipal facilities, which are the direct responsibility of the City Council, leave much to be desired, with deficiencies that hinder the proper work carried out daily by the Protective Society that carries out the management by agreement with the City Council," says Antonio Puche.

For example, "the sewage goes to a blind well and ends up filtering into the subsoil, when the obligation is to have biological wells, there is no rain evacuation system so large puddles are generated, the fences of the enclosures do not They are the right ones, there are metallic plates everywhere, and that way we could continue, "says Puche.

In this letter it is requested to know the certificate of zoological nucleus of the municipal facilities located in the place "The Bohalaje" and assigned to SPANDY, in addition to the project that contains descriptive memory and plans or sketches of situation and distribution of the constructions, facilities, dependencies and its accesses.

According to Antonio Puche, "in particular, the conditions of the cattery-warehouse have important deficiencies to correct."

In the sanitary field a Technical-zoosanitary report is requested regarding the compliance with the rules on zoological nuclei, signed by a collegiate veterinarian.

Of special interest for Citizens is to review the current agreement with SPANDY, "since the one in force places all the economic responsibility of the service in the Association, which has to take care of the economic expenses derived from food, vaccines, identification, deworming and other sanitary and maintenance actions, with a pírrica subsidy of the City Council of € 2,800 against the reality of the expenses that is around € 28,000, ten times more, which contravenes the legislation, "says Antonio Puche, who also adds that "sterilizations must be carried out by the administration, and the animal collection service must be performed by qualified personnel and vehicles adapted for that purpose, as established by law."

Source: Ciudadanos Yecla

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