| This proposal will be taken to the next plenary session scheduled for Tuesday, October 27 | Los Alcázares City Council continues to work on finding solutions that help alleviate the economic consequences that the COVID-19 health crisis is causing to the residents of the town. This time it is about the freezing of the Ibi receipt for the year 2021, after considering the current situation that the municipality has been experiencing since last March as a result of COVID-19. Although at first the reduction of the contribution receipt was requested, the reports of the Municipal Intervention Department of the City Council indicated that it was not possible due to the economic situation that the Consistory is going through.
For this reason, the Municipal Government will take to the Plenary Session scheduled for next Tuesday, October 27, its proposal to freeze the IBI receipt for the year 2021. The Councilor for the Treasury, José Carlos Castejón has also added that, "with this reduction in the tax rate, which is currently 0.688 and will go down to 0.66 for the year 2021, we try to ensure that the residents do not see an increase in the amount of their bills.
If we had not applied this reduction, the amount of the same would increase, as it has happened in previous years.
" Mario Pérez Cervera, Mayor of the Municipality, states that "it is the intention of the Municipal Corporation to try to free our neighbors from the tax burden.
Therefore, what we propose among other measures is to lower the current tax rate of the Real Estate Tax of nature.
Urbana for fiscal year 2021 ". If this measure is approved, it would be the second consecutive year that the receipt of the contribution that residents must pay has not been increased.
In this sense, Mario Cervera has declared that "as the head of the local administration, it is my commitment to show the neighbors my absolute support and to help, within legal and economic measures, to make life easier for them.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares